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November 28, 2004
On Wednesday, November 24, 2004, MARY LUCILLE DENNISON of Millersville; cherished wife of the late Albert Dennison; loving mother of Susan Smith and Steven and Scott Dennison; dear sister of Vivian Baer, Texie Gleeson, Lana Dougherty, and Jack, Gene, and the late Walter Wykle Jr.; beloved grandmother of four and great-grandmother of three. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W. (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie from 12 to 1 P.M. on Monday.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | January 26, 2014
What appeared to be a two-man competition for the Ravens' vacant offensive coordinator job includes at least one other candidate, according to a team source. Ravens coach John Harbaugh spent Sunday interviewing an undisclosed candidate at the Under Armour Performance Center, a development that adds further intrigue to a process that appeared to be wrapping up. When Harbaugh informed Pittsburgh Steelers running back coach Kirby Wilson on Saturday that he was going in a different direction with the hire, that seemingly left current Ravens wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Washington Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan as the two remaining candidates.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,Sun reporter | November 9, 2007
The Howard County Board of Education announced yesterday that Rosemarie Dennison, the former head of the Community Advisory Council, has been hired as the school system's second ombudsman. Dennison, a Laurel resident whose son is enrolled in the school system, will work 24 hours a week and make $30,240 a year. She started the job Tuesday. "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to serve the community and the school system in this capacity," Dennison said in a statement. "Because of my involvement with the school system over the past 10 years, I have developed many positive relationships with staff and community members.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 16, 2013
Movie tickets at the Northwood Theatre cost just 90 cents back in 1963. But for some, the price of admission was considerably higher. It took years of picketing and nights in jail for hundreds of African-American college students and their supporters before the theater in the Hillen neighborhood of Baltimore dropped its whites-only policy. Fifty years ago this week, the matinee of the Disney movie "In Search of the Castaways" played to the Northwood's first-ever integrated audience.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 5, 1995
A splash in the face. A nudge in the back. Even a heavy sleeper like Bernie Dennison of Columbia couldn't help but answer the emphatic daily wake-up call of friend and live-in trainer Kevin McDuffie last summer.Each morning, the early-rising McDuffie would urge and prod, and the heavy-slumbering Dennison would resist.But when the eyelids finally crept open, and the 6-foot-6 frame arose, Dennison was to begin yet another day of arduous training -- workouts the forward now credits with taking his game to the next level.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 7, 1996
Glenelg Country School's Bernie Dennison likes being a big fish in a little pond.Through Glenelg Country's first seven games, the 6-foot-5, 230-pound senior center was leading the Baltimore metropolitan area in scoring and rebounding.He had scored 189 points for a 27.0 average and had grabbed 132 rebounds for an 18.8 average.Last season, his first at Glenelg Country, he averaged 26 points and 16.8 rebounds."I like Glenelg Country," he said. "It's an opportunity to make an impact. It feels real good to be the leading scorer in the area."
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 7, 1996
He's a 6-foot-6, 230-pound man among boys on the basketball court, with the haircut of a Marine and the body of a bull. Though not well known, he entered play yesterday leading the metro area in both points and rebounds, each by a staggering margin.For the Park Bruins last night, it seemed the only way to stop host Glenelg Country School was to stop center Bernie Dennison.Somewhere in the midst of their 78-60 Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference win, however, the Bruins discovered something that made the task seem easy -- he can't beat you if he doesn't have the ball.
SPORTS
January 16, 1996
Bernie DennisonGlenelg Country, boys basketballDennison totaled 69 points, 48 rebounds and four blocks over two games in the Glenelg Country Tournament. The senior center also had 18 points, 26 rebounds and three blocks in a win over Beth Tfiloh (62-49).
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | November 11, 1994
Mount Airy historians may think they've died and gone to heaven Sunday.That's when Walt Dennison will auction more than 500 items that have been stored in his building at 2 S. Main St., the oldest surviving commercial structure in Mount Airy.Town history buffs will have a chance to bid on nearly a century's worth of documents and records, merchandise and fixtures from the stores that have conducted business from Mr. Dennison's building.The auction will begin at 11 a.m. at the Mount Airy Firemen's Activities Building at Route 27 and Twin Arch Road.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,SUN REPORTER | November 11, 2007
Rosemarie Dennison, the former head of the school board's Community Advisory Council, hopes to apply years of experience in mediation and social work and an extensive knowledge of school policy to her new job as ombudsman for Howard County schools. "I have a strong background in working with people," Dennison said. "I feel that I have a good set of skills that will be useful for this position." Dennison, 52, fills a vacancy left by Robin Shell, who resigned in June after working for 2 1/2 years as the system's first ombudsman.
NEWS
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,frank.roylance@baltsun.com | March 11, 2009
As a kid growing up in Bowie, Richard Arnold's heroes included Orioles third baseman Brooks Robinson, undersea explorer Jacques Cousteau and the Apollo astronauts who landed on the moon. He realized quickly that he did not have the makings of a major league ball player. So he set his sights instead on science. And now, after teaching in middle and high schools for 15 years, Arnold, 45, is preparing to follow the astronauts into space. He and another former science teacher will be on board the shuttle Discovery tonight, ready for a scheduled 9:20 p.m. launch on a mission to the International Space Station.
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By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,SUN REPORTER | November 11, 2007
Rosemarie Dennison, the former head of the school board's Community Advisory Council, hopes to apply years of experience in mediation and social work and an extensive knowledge of school policy to her new job as ombudsman for Howard County schools. "I have a strong background in working with people," Dennison said. "I feel that I have a good set of skills that will be useful for this position." Dennison, 52, fills a vacancy left by Robin Shell, who resigned in June after working for 2 1/2 years as the system's first ombudsman.
NEWS
By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,Sun reporter | November 9, 2007
The Howard County Board of Education announced yesterday that Rosemarie Dennison, the former head of the Community Advisory Council, has been hired as the school system's second ombudsman. Dennison, a Laurel resident whose son is enrolled in the school system, will work 24 hours a week and make $30,240 a year. She started the job Tuesday. "I am thrilled to have the opportunity to serve the community and the school system in this capacity," Dennison said in a statement. "Because of my involvement with the school system over the past 10 years, I have developed many positive relationships with staff and community members.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,sun reporter | January 18, 2007
Three Baltimore sex crimes investigators testified yesterday in the rape trial of a city officer and corroborated several key details of the accuser's story. Officer Jemini Jones, 29, is accused of coercing a woman to have sex in exchange for freedom from drug charges, an encounter she says took place Dec. 27, 2005, at the Southwestern District police station house. The woman and her younger female friend were taken in handcuffs to the station after Jones and two other officers caught them in a parked car with a marijuana-filled cigar known as a blunt.
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By Kelly Brewington and Kelly Brewington,sun reporter | November 17, 2006
A 24-year-old soldier from Ijamsville who married his West Point college sweetheart was killed in combat Wednesday in Iraq, according to his family. 1st Lt. John Ryan Dennison died after suffering two gunshot wounds during fighting east of Baghdad, his family said. The Department of Defense has not publicly announced his death. Lieutenant Dennison, the eldest son of Army parents, was a fiercely competitive athlete and a determined soldier who reveled in every challenge, said his mother, Shannon Dennison.
FEATURES
By los angeles times | September 22, 2005
Lisa Dennison, a 27-year veteran of the Guggenheim organization, will succeed the outspoken Thomas Krens as director of New York's Guggenheim Museum. Dennison, 52, currently deputy director and chief curator for the museum, will take over as director Oct. 1 while continuing to serve as chief curator for the Guggenheim museums worldwide. Krens, who for 17 years led both the New York museum and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation -- which also operates museums in Bilbao, Spain; Berlin; Venice, Italy; and Las Vegas -- will continue to oversee the other museums as director of the foundation.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 16, 2000
A Baltimore County Circuit Court jury awarded $434,000 yesterday to a Fallston woman who filed suit after a surgical procedure left her with throat problems that make it difficult for her to breathe and talk. Lora Dennison, 47, was awarded the damages after a weeklong trial before Judge J. William Hinkel that focused on a procedure to remove a goiter from her neck. The surgery was performed by Dr. Milton Yoder, a Lutherville ear, nose and throat specialist, according to court records. The jury awarded Dennison and her husband, Perry R. Dennison, $300,000 for pain and suffering, $84,000 for medical expenses and $50,000 for a claim of loss of consortium.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | October 14, 1994
Walt Dennison, Mount Airy's first recipient of the town's business recycler of the month award, admits it: Recycling is hard work."I estimate I spend two hours a week on recycling," said Mr. Dennison, who owns Dennison's Trackside Hobbies on Main Street."
NEWS
March 10, 2005
On March 8, 2005, EUGENE HARRIS, of Joppa, MD; beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Irene Harris (nee Greiner); devoted father of Linda S. Glod, Wanda L. Bader, Sherri L. Navarre and Kimberly M. Dennison; loving brother of Dallas Dolan and the late Virginia Cross. Also survived by seven grandchildren Tina A. Dennison, Sara E. Dennison, Nicole A. Navarre, Jeremy E. Navarre, Ashley L. Glod, Katelyn E. Bader and Nicholas A. Bader and one great-grandchild Blain M. Scott and hisuncle Clarence Harris and aunt Helen Booth.
NEWS
November 28, 2004
On Wednesday, November 24, 2004, MARY LUCILLE DENNISON of Millersville; cherished wife of the late Albert Dennison; loving mother of Susan Smith and Steven and Scott Dennison; dear sister of Vivian Baer, Texie Gleeson, Lana Dougherty, and Jack, Gene, and the late Walter Wykle Jr.; beloved grandmother of four and great-grandmother of three. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Ave. S.W. (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie from 12 to 1 P.M. on Monday.
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