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March 10, 2003
On March 7, 2003 MARY E. (nee DeFazio), beloved wife of the late Peter DeAngelis and loving mother of, Mary Dohrman; devoted grandmother of Jesse Anne Kennard, Malia Carol Busekrus and A. Summer Grathwol. Also survived by seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services at the family owned JOSEPH N. ZANNINO JR. FUNERAL HOME 263 S. Conkling Street (at Gough) on Tuesday at 9 A.M. with Mass of Ressurection at Saint Clements Church at 10:30 A.M. Entombment Oaklawn Cemetery. Friends may call Monday 5 to 9 P.M.
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By John Rivera J JTC and John Rivera J JTC,Sun Staff Writer | October 27, 1994
Diane R. Evans takes pride in her reputation as the member of the County Council most likely to dissent."I have upset a lot of people; I have challenged a lot of people," said the first-term Republican incumbent. "At least the issues were discussed at more depth."But David L. DeAngelis, her opponent for the 5th District council seat, says her combative style has been divisive and harmed the collegiality of the seven-member council."I don't look at a 7-0 vote necessarily as a bad thing," Mr. DeAngelis said.
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June 28, 2009
On June 11, 2009, ANTHONY A. DeANGELIS, 70, of Essex; loving father of James DeAngelis; brother of Paul DeAngelis. Also survived by daughter-in-law Jill DeAngelis; sister-in-law Barbara DeAngelis; companion Cheryl Severe; and many dear friends. On Sunday, July 26, 2009 friends and family are invited to participate in a celebration of Tony's life. For details of this event, please email dewaltsevere verizon.net or leave a message at 410-391-8463.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | April 26, 1999
LITTLETON, Colo. -- Four days before the shootings, the principal of Columbine High School, Frank DeAngelis, told his students at an emotional pep rally in the gym that he did not want to bury another young person. With the prom set for the next night, Saturday, he implored them not to drink, or drink and drive, or put themselves at risk in any way."I do not want to attend another memorial service," he had said, recalling students who had died in car accidents, including a baseball player he had coached and two girlfriends of his teen-age daughter.
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June 28, 2009
On June 11, 2009, ANTHONY A. DeANGELIS, 70, of Essex; loving father of James DeAngelis; brother of Paul DeAngelis. Also survived by daughter-in-law Jill DeAngelis; sister-in-law Barbara DeAngelis; companion Cheryl Severe; and many dear friends. On Sunday, July 26, 2009 friends and family are invited to participate in a celebration of Tony's life. For details of this event, please email dewaltsevere verizon.net or leave a message at 410-391-8463.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Staff Writer | December 14, 1992
Howard County police have charged two men with separate strings of burglaries in Laurel this summer.One man, Eddie James Moore, 22, of the 400 block of Yellow Springs South in Laurel, is being held on a $25,000 bond at the Howard County Detention Center on unrelated burglary charges in North Laurel, police said. He was charged this week with three counts of burglary, three counts of theft and two counts of destruction of property, police said.He was charged Monday for residential burglaries in the 9000 block of North Laurel Road, police said.
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By David Simon and David Simon,Staff Writer | August 3, 1993
Baltimore police commanders have removed the police officers assigned to the drug enforcement unit in the city's Western District after repeated complaints about possible corruption, law enforcement sources say.After more than a year of growing concerns about the unit, objections by the city state's attorney's office prompted the transfers of the sergeant in command of the drug unit and another officer -- both targeted in corruption probes, according to...
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | October 9, 1999
Dr. Catherine DeAngelis, a vice dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, said yesterday that she agreed to edit the American Medical Association's prestigious journal only after receiving assurances that the AMA would not meddle in editorial decisions."
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1999
The American Medical Association is expected today to name Dr. Catherine D. DeAngelis, vice dean at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, as editor of its prestigious medical journal, according to sources knowledgeable about the appointment.DeAngelis, a pediatrician who is known as a staunch advocate for women in medicine, declined to comment last night on reports of her appointment to the top post at the Journal of the American Medical Association. The AMA is planning to make an announcement at an afternoon news conference in New York.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,Sun reporter | April 18, 2008
The news this week that Merck & Co. conducted research on its own drug and paid prominent scientists to lend their names to the studies came as no surprise to many people in medicine. Researchers and ethicists say scientists are often paid to be listed as authors of ghostwritten studies in scientific journals, a practice they say undermines the public's already sagging confidence in research. "We've got to stop this," said Dr. Catherine D. DeAngelis, editor of the Journal of the American Medical Association, which had an article on the topic this week.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Sun architecture critic | December 11, 2007
Johns Hopkins University professor James Harris says he and his wife thought they had found the perfect steward for their home of 27 years when they agreed to sell it to Calvert School in 2005. They were so delighted with the buyer, Harris said, that they sold the house for $400,000 less than its appraised value of $1.8 million and then donated $100,000 to the school to fund an educational program for students with special learning needs.
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November 3, 2006
On November 1, 2006, CHARLES H.; beloved husband of the late Mary DeAngelis; devoted father of June Morris, Bertha Strube; devoted brother of Norma Basilco, Marie Geruola and Larry DeAngelis; devoted grandfather of Tony Barlett, Beth Barlett, Anthony Strube, Jesse Strube, Michele Henderson and Amber Henderson. Also survived by four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 7401 Belair Road, on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Annie Linskey | May 12, 2005
Hometown: Baltimore Current members: Garth DeAngelis, vocals; T.J. Paul, guitar; Brian Smith, bass; Dennis Parkinson, drums Founded in: 2003 Style: Alternative rock Influenced by: Nine Inch Nails; Tool; Chevelle; Hoobastank Notable: The band does a remake of Cry Me a River, by Justin Timberlake. (They swear they do a better job with it.) Quotable: DeAngelis on the angry looking band photo: "A lot of people say that is the angry photo. We don't really play angry. We liked the black and white."
NEWS
July 22, 2003
On July 20, 2003, DAISY (Adalgisa) (nee D'Angelo); beloved wife of the late Joseph T. DeAngelis; devoted mother of Carmen M. Connolly and her husband Bud, Mary Jane Brunner and her husband the late George, Rena M. Slowikowski and her husband Bill; loving grandmother of Kathy and Glenn Miller, Patrick Connolly, Mark and Heidi Connolly, Bobby and Lainie Connolly, Lisa and Robert Bailey, Tom Brunner, Rich and Gina Brunner, Billy Slowikowski, Jeff and Maria...
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By Annie Linskey | May 12, 2005
Hometown: Baltimore Current members: Garth DeAngelis, vocals; T.J. Paul, guitar; Brian Smith, bass; Dennis Parkinson, drums Founded in: 2003 Style: Alternative rock Influenced by: Nine Inch Nails; Tool; Chevelle; Hoobastank Notable: The band does a remake of Cry Me a River, by Justin Timberlake. (They swear they do a better job with it.) Quotable: DeAngelis on the angry looking band photo: "A lot of people say that is the angry photo. We don't really play angry. We liked the black and white."
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