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February 11, 2004
On February 9, 2004 ELLA MAE "RUSTY" CUSHMAN of Abingdon, MD. Services will be held at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, MD on Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 8 p.m. Friends may call at the Funeral Home in Abingdon on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2011
Maybe in the larger scheme of things, this is small stuff. But on a day gloomy with bad weather and worse news, I was happy to learn that a Baltimore preschool for homeless children won't be homeless itself after all. I'd written about The Ark this summer, at a time when it was desperate to find another home because its downtown building was being sold. Something about a preschool for homeless kids being booted out into the street just gnawed at me — and apparently others. "All I did was pick up the phone and call a number of folks who I thought might care," said Mark Furst.
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NEWS
July 5, 2004
On July 3, 2004 FRANCES B. CUSHMAN-LAPPE, devoted wife of the late Michael Cushman and George Lappe Sr., devoted mother of George W. Lappe and his wife Libby and her loving chosen daughter Ethel L. Frank and her husband John, dear grandmother of Debbie Erhardt and her husband Steve, dear great grandmother of Sheri Young and Laura Erhardt, dear aunt of Charles Shank and his wife Rita, Arlene Dedaufre and her husband Tom, and Sandy Decker and their families....
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | January 19, 2007
Cushman & Wakefield, an international real estate brokerage in New York, will expand to Baltimore next week with a lineup of local veteran brokers from the former Trammell Crow Co. Rival CB Richard Ellis Group Inc, the world's largest commercial real estate services company, acquired Trammell Crow in December for about $1.79 billion. Earlier this month, Cushman & Wakefield ended its alliance with MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC of Lutherville to expand on its own after MacKenzie turned down offers to be acquired.
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | March 2, 2003
I have a weekly squash game on Saturdays. As I get older, I notice I'm more sore than I used to be afterward and I'm getting more minor injuries. What can I do to avoid this? We asked Meadow Mill Athletic Club owner Nancy Cushman for advice. "What I tell people is that stretching before and after your match is most important," says Cushman. (Jog or jump rope for five to 10 minutes before stretching to avoid pulling a muscle.) Between workouts, Cushman suggests adding cross training and weight training to your routine.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | November 29, 1992
For Frank and Nancy Cushman, squash -- the sport -- is what 0) it's all aboutTo Frank and Nancy Cushman, squash isn't a sport. It's life.The couple met during a squash lesson, rank eighth nationally in mixed doubles and spend most of their time surrounded by squash courts.Hence, their nickname: "the first family of squash."As co-owners (with another couple) of the new Meadow Mill Athletic Club in Woodberry, they are out to promote squash as fitness for the whole family. It's not elitist, it's not impossible to learn, and squash is not, as one member recently joked, just a vegetable.
NEWS
By Allison Steele and Allison Steele,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2001
A 19-year-old graduate of Long Reach High School died during Wednesday night's thunderstorm when his car collided with a van on Route 108 at Goldfinch Court. The victim, James Edward Blackwell, was the second Columbia teen-ager killed in a car crash in a week. He graduated from Long Reach last year. Blackwell was driving east on Route 108 at 8:17 p.m. when his 1998 Dodge, also carrying 18-year-old Donna Brennan, crossed the centerlines and struck a westbound GMC van. Blackwell was killed by the impact of the van against the driver's side of the Dodge, police said.
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | January 17, 1991
In downtown Baltimore, the U.S. senator talks of war and creases of pain seem to etch themselves into his face. In Annapolis, the retired three-star general talks of air power such as the world has never seen. In Pikesville, a mother screams halfway around the globe to her son.''Come home, come home, come home,'' the mother cries into a telephone.''I can't,'' the son says, stifling his own sobs.The son is 20. He is poised somewhere between adolescence and adulthood and is trying to figure out precisely where.
NEWS
By Mark Guidera and Michael Dresser and Mark Guidera and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1996
The executives thought to be on the plane that crashed in Croatia carrying Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown yesterday represented a diverse and experienced array of American corporate talent, and many had dedicated much of their careers to their companies.Together they represented a corporate "dream team" of the industries essential to rebuilding a war-torn nation -- engineering, telecommunications, construction, energy, environmental cleanup and banking.While some of the companies said that they had not yet confirmed whether their managers were on the flight, which was part of a three-day trade mission to Bosnia-Herzegovina, others said they had been told their executives were on the flight and killed.
NEWS
By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 21, 1995
WHAT BEGAN as a stay-at-home mother's hobby 23 years ago has become a fledgling business for two Eldersburg women.Rosemary Cushman and Deborah Weil are set to herald the holiday season with their line of carolers and angels crafted from wine bottles. The women use the bottles, foam, wood, fabric and plenty of imagination to create their unique figurines. The pair showed off their wares Saturday at a Christmas market at Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Hall.Mrs. Cushman became interested in making the figurines when she purchased some pre-starched fabric and instructions in a Texas craft shop.
NEWS
July 5, 2004
On July 3, 2004 FRANCES B. CUSHMAN-LAPPE, devoted wife of the late Michael Cushman and George Lappe Sr., devoted mother of George W. Lappe and his wife Libby and her loving chosen daughter Ethel L. Frank and her husband John, dear grandmother of Debbie Erhardt and her husband Steve, dear great grandmother of Sheri Young and Laura Erhardt, dear aunt of Charles Shank and his wife Rita, Arlene Dedaufre and her husband Tom, and Sandy Decker and their families....
NEWS
February 11, 2004
On February 9, 2004 ELLA MAE "RUSTY" CUSHMAN of Abingdon, MD. Services will be held at the family owned McComas Funeral Home, Abingdon, MD on Thursday, February 12, 2004 at 8 p.m. Friends may call at the Funeral Home in Abingdon on Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m.
BUSINESS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2003
Cushman & Wakefield, one of the nation's largest real estate services companies with 158 offices around the globe, has hooked up with the local MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC to expand its reach to Baltimore. The move is part of Cushman & Wakefield's move into more than a dozen markets by forming alliances with existing independent firms. The company embarked on the strategy after determining that opening its own offices was too expensive and entering markets already crowded with other real estate companies would be too difficult.
NEWS
By Gailor Large and Gailor Large,Special to the Sun | March 2, 2003
I have a weekly squash game on Saturdays. As I get older, I notice I'm more sore than I used to be afterward and I'm getting more minor injuries. What can I do to avoid this? We asked Meadow Mill Athletic Club owner Nancy Cushman for advice. "What I tell people is that stretching before and after your match is most important," says Cushman. (Jog or jump rope for five to 10 minutes before stretching to avoid pulling a muscle.) Between workouts, Cushman suggests adding cross training and weight training to your routine.
NEWS
By Allison Steele and Allison Steele,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2001
A 19-year-old graduate of Long Reach High School died during Wednesday night's thunderstorm when his car collided with a van on Route 108 at Goldfinch Court. The victim, James Edward Blackwell, was the second Columbia teen-ager killed in a car crash in a week. He graduated from Long Reach last year. Blackwell was driving east on Route 108 at 8:17 p.m. when his 1998 Dodge, also carrying 18-year-old Donna Brennan, crossed the centerlines and struck a westbound GMC van. Blackwell was killed by the impact of the van against the driver's side of the Dodge, police said.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2000
Towson High's Kristen Cushman won the girls title over Bryn Mawr's Liza Franyo, and Gilman's Jonathan Minkowski was second to Gifford Sommerkamp, of Washington's Maret School, in the inaugural Maryland squash tournament at the Roland Park Racquet Club last weekend. Finishing third and fourth, respectively, among the girls were Tara Hendiman and Lee Wheeler, both from Bryn Mawr. Jacob Himmelrich and Philip Beatson, each from Gilman, were third and fourth, respectively, among the boys. More than 85 players from 20 schools competed.
FEATURES
By ELIZABETH LARGE | July 16, 1995
Tappo's, Oxford Road, Oxford, (410) 226-0134. Open Thursdays to Tuesdays for lunch and dinner. Major credit cards. Prices: appetizers, $4.95-$8.95; entrees, $10.95-$18.95. ***Running an Italian restaurant in the small Eastern Shore town of Oxford is not like running one in Baltimore. Look at the hours above. Wondering why Tappo's is closed on Wednesdays? Because that's the day Chef Bob Lankanhammer likes to sail.But then, nothing about this place is very typical. The owner, Edward Cushman, and his wife, Ann, opened Tappo's last summer after spending 10 years living with their youngest child on a yacht in the Mediterranean.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2011
Maybe in the larger scheme of things, this is small stuff. But on a day gloomy with bad weather and worse news, I was happy to learn that a Baltimore preschool for homeless children won't be homeless itself after all. I'd written about The Ark this summer, at a time when it was desperate to find another home because its downtown building was being sold. Something about a preschool for homeless kids being booted out into the street just gnawed at me — and apparently others. "All I did was pick up the phone and call a number of folks who I thought might care," said Mark Furst.
NEWS
By Mark Guidera and Michael Dresser and Mark Guidera and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1996
The executives thought to be on the plane that crashed in Croatia carrying Commerce Secretary Ronald H. Brown yesterday represented a diverse and experienced array of American corporate talent, and many had dedicated much of their careers to their companies.Together they represented a corporate "dream team" of the industries essential to rebuilding a war-torn nation -- engineering, telecommunications, construction, energy, environmental cleanup and banking.While some of the companies said that they had not yet confirmed whether their managers were on the flight, which was part of a three-day trade mission to Bosnia-Herzegovina, others said they had been told their executives were on the flight and killed.
NEWS
By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 21, 1995
WHAT BEGAN as a stay-at-home mother's hobby 23 years ago has become a fledgling business for two Eldersburg women.Rosemary Cushman and Deborah Weil are set to herald the holiday season with their line of carolers and angels crafted from wine bottles. The women use the bottles, foam, wood, fabric and plenty of imagination to create their unique figurines. The pair showed off their wares Saturday at a Christmas market at Pleasant Valley Volunteer Fire Hall.Mrs. Cushman became interested in making the figurines when she purchased some pre-starched fabric and instructions in a Texas craft shop.
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