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March 5, 2006
Jessica Ann Dauer and Joseph Matthew Lowrance were married on December 10, 2005. The wedding took place in the St. Francis de Sales Chapel at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville with Father Michael Carrion officiating. A reception followed at the 1840's Ballroom in Baltimore, MD. Their proud parents are Gerard and Darlene Dauer of Mount Airy, MD and Marc and Barbara Lowrance of San Antonio, TX. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Amanda Dauer, her sister, as the Maid of Honor and four bridesmaids.
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By Dan Connolly | August 24, 2012
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Mike Flanagan at his home in Monkton. He would be 60 years old. My thoughts are with his family and friends. Suicide is an exceptionally difficult issue for survivors to deal with. From my personal experience, that first-year anniversary is a real difficult day. I wouldn't be surprised if the Orioles have a moment of silence in honor of Flanny's memory tonight. On the flip side, today is also Cal Ripken Jr.'s 52nd birthday. If you can't tell him “Happy Birthday” today, wait for two weeks.
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September 19, 2009
On September 15, 2009, William Joseph Dauer A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 30, 2009 at 7 P.M. at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Route 32 near Eldersburg with Colonel Mitchell of the Maryland State Police officiating.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
A career Oriole as a player, Rich Dauer still follows the team on a daily basis. Now a now third-base coach for the Colorado Rockies, Dauer watched several of his former teammates from the 1983 World Championship team get inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame one by one, quietly hoping some day he might join them. “I've been following the Orioles now since 1985 when I left, and I've always been an Oriole,” Dauer said. "That's where I grew up. I see all my friends getting into the Hall of Fame, well-deserved I might add. I'm just thinking maybe some day. I didn't plan on it.  And then when they called and they said they were the Oriole Advocates, I was like, 'Nah.'” Dauer will be inducted into the Orioles Hall of Fame before Saturday's game against the Blue Jays at Camden Yards, along with former ace Mike Mussina and the late scout Walter Youse.
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By Peter Schmuck | December 5, 1991
The Baltimore Orioles announced yesterday that former second baseman Rich Dauer has rejoined the organization as a roving minor-league instructor.Dauer, who played 10 years in the Orioles organization, will tour the minor-league system working with the club's infield prospects on defensive techniques.He ended his playing career with the Orioles in 1985, eventually getting back in uniform as the third-base coach for the Cleveland Indians' Class AAA club at Colorado Springs. He returned to the major leagues as the Indians third-base coach in 1990 and remained with the Tribe until the club purged its coaching staff after the 1991 season.
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By Jeff Fletcher and Jeff Fletcher,Special to The Sun | March 31, 1991
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Apparently, Rich Dauer gained more from his 10 seasons as the second baseman for the Baltimore Orioles than a World Series ring and 984 hits.He learned something too. It's not hard when you spend so much time around Earl Weaver and Cal Ripken Sr."Earl was the manager and Ripken was the guy who ran the spring trainings and did all the other stuff," Dauer said. "Earl was the genius and Ripken was the guy you learned from."Dauer is now putting his years of experience to use as the third base coach for the Cleveland Indians.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 10, 2003
When the Orioles resume interviewing candidates for their vacant managerial post next week, Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Rich Dauer will go Wednesday and Orioles first base coach Rick Dempsey will go Thursday, major league sources said yesterday. By the time Dauer and Dempsey interview, the Orioles will already have met with Eddie Murray and Sam Perlozzo - the two men who are believed to be the leading candidates for the job - but that wasn't dampening their spirits yesterday. "I know I might not be the favorite," Dauer said, "but I'm not afraid to mix it up and see what happens."
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | October 16, 2003
Rich Dauer played on two World Series teams for the Orioles and was one of the most sure-handed second basemen in baseball, but walking to the B&O warehouse to interview for the team's managerial post yesterday was something entirely different. "It was probably the most nervous I've ever been," Dauer said. "When you have an opportunity like this to fulfill your dreams, it's very nerve-racking at first. And then when the competition started, it was very fulfilling." Dauer, 51, seemed like a long shot to get the job when the Orioles opened their search by interviewing Hall of Fame slugger Eddie Murray and bench coach Sam Perlozzo.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2003
The Orioles' managerial search stalled again last night, after another day of schedule complications kept the decision makers from finalizing their selection. In some ways, it actually seemed as if the process took a step backward. Disputing recent reports that the team had narrowed its original list of eight candidates to three or four, Orioles vice president Mike Flanagan said five candidates were still being considered: Sam Perlozzo, Rich Dauer, Lee Mazzilli, Eddie Murray and Rick Dempsey.
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April 16, 2006
On Friday, April 14, 2006, SELMA DREYER (nee Levin) beloved wife of the late Henry Dreyer, loving mother of Lois Hack of Venice, FL and Ellen Guss of Scottsdale, AZ, devoted mother-in-law of David Hack and Gordon Guss, beloved sister of Naomi Dreyer of Baltimore, MD, loving grandmother of Joseph and Karen Guss, Gary and Gayle Guss, Debra Dauer, Ilysa and William Cohen, beloved great-grandmother of Sean Dauer, Amanda and Molly Cohen. Services and interment will be the held at Beth Jacob Congregation Cemetery-Finksburg on Sunday, April 16 at 10 A.M. Please omit flowers.
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By Dan Connolly | March 28, 2012
  SARASOTA, Fla. -- Roughly a dozen years after he fled the Orioles for the greener pastures of the rival New York Yankees, leaving behind a bitter fan base and a franchise that hasn't been competitive since, Mike Mussina will return to Baltimore this summer to be inducted into the club's Hall of Fame. The Orioles announced Wednesday that Mussina, who pitched 10 of his 18 big league seasons with the club, and former infielder Rich Dauer, whose entire 10-year career was spent in Baltimore, will be inducted into their Hall during an on-field ceremony Saturday, Aug. 25, at Camden Yards.
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By Dan Connolly | March 28, 2012
Here are some quotes from Rich Dauer and Mike Mussina regarding their election into the Orioles Hall of Fame, which was announced today. The induction ceremony will be on Aug. 25. Mussina on whether he considers himself an Oriole or Yankee:  "I consider my career almost split evenly with Baltimore and New York. I have to say I consider myself both. To start in one place and have one organization to give you a chance to show what you think you can do and go out there and let you do it for that long of a period of time.
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September 19, 2009
On September 15, 2009, William Joseph Dauer A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 30, 2009 at 7 P.M. at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Route 32 near Eldersburg with Colonel Mitchell of the Maryland State Police officiating.
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June 4, 2006
It's one of those silly baseball facts that sportswriters like. When Adam Loewen, the Orioles' top draft pick in 2002, made his big league debut May 23, he and outfielder Nick Markakis (first round, 2003) became the first Orioles' top picks to play together in a game since Mike Mussina and Jeffrey Hammonds did it in 1998. Silly, but also telling. The Orioles have become rather adept at whiffing on their initial pick in the first-year player draft. Before Markakis, Hammonds (1992 draft)
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April 16, 2006
On Friday, April 14, 2006, SELMA DREYER (nee Levin) beloved wife of the late Henry Dreyer, loving mother of Lois Hack of Venice, FL and Ellen Guss of Scottsdale, AZ, devoted mother-in-law of David Hack and Gordon Guss, beloved sister of Naomi Dreyer of Baltimore, MD, loving grandmother of Joseph and Karen Guss, Gary and Gayle Guss, Debra Dauer, Ilysa and William Cohen, beloved great-grandmother of Sean Dauer, Amanda and Molly Cohen. Services and interment will be the held at Beth Jacob Congregation Cemetery-Finksburg on Sunday, April 16 at 10 A.M. Please omit flowers.
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March 5, 2006
Jessica Ann Dauer and Joseph Matthew Lowrance were married on December 10, 2005. The wedding took place in the St. Francis de Sales Chapel at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville with Father Michael Carrion officiating. A reception followed at the 1840's Ballroom in Baltimore, MD. Their proud parents are Gerard and Darlene Dauer of Mount Airy, MD and Marc and Barbara Lowrance of San Antonio, TX. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Amanda Dauer, her sister, as the Maid of Honor and four bridesmaids.
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By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | November 15, 1992
Negotiations between the Orioles and Rick Sutcliffe could be nearing completion.Barry Axelrod, who represents the veteran pitcher, said he was "guardedly optimistic" about reaching an agreement."
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By From Staff Reports | October 16, 1994
Howard County Police arrested nine people in the Village of Long Reach early Thursday, charging them with possession and distribution of LSD.Police said the group sold undercover detectives 529 doses of LSD. During the arrest, officers said, they found more than half a pound of marijuana, 17.5 grams of hashish and 200 doses of LSD at the apartment in the 8700 block of Cloudleap Court.Among those charged were three residents of the apartment: John Elias Husk, 20, Seth Alexander Husk, 20, and Scott Alan MacDonald, 27.Other adults charged were Daniel Patrick Lovell, 24, of the 6100 block of Adcock Lane in Hanover; Robert Lee Carter, 31, of the 11700 block of Wayneridge St. in Fulton; Candy Marie MacDonald, 24, of the 4900 block of Grindon Ave. in Baltimore; and Scott Edward Dauer, 26, of no fixed address.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2003
The Orioles' managerial search stalled again last night, after another day of schedule complications kept the decision makers from finalizing their selection. In some ways, it actually seemed as if the process took a step backward. Disputing recent reports that the team had narrowed its original list of eight candidates to three or four, Orioles vice president Mike Flanagan said five candidates were still being considered: Sam Perlozzo, Rich Dauer, Lee Mazzilli, Eddie Murray and Rick Dempsey.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2003
New York Yankees first base coach Lee Mazzilli has emerged as the leading candidate to land the Orioles' managerial job, several sources close to the search said yesterday. The team's six-man search committee, which included Orioles vice presidents Jim Beattie and Mike Flanagan, has reached a consensus favoring Mazzilli, but the process has yet to enter the critical final phase, which will involve owner Peter Angelos. Besides Mazzilli, the three candidates still in the mix are Orioles bench coach Sam Perlozzo, Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Rich Dauer and Cleveland Indians hitting coach Eddie Murray.
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