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December 25, 2006
On December 23, 2006, MARGARET HARRIS DINGMAN; beloved wife of the late John C. Dingman; devoted mother of Charles J. Dingman and his wife Linda, Andrew R. Dingman, Rita M. Donoho and her husband Tom, and the late Robert J. Dingman; loving grandmother of Jack L. Dingman; great-grandmother of Elly. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Rita's Church on Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment at Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | March 29, 2010
Donora "Donni" Dingman-Willemain, a former Verizon executive who was active in Howard County civic affairs and a member of the Maryland Women's Hall of Fame, died March 19 of pancreatic cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care. She was 63. Donora Dingman, the daughter of a cartographer and a homemaker, was born and raised in Wheaton. After graduating in 1964 from Einstein High School in Kensington, she earned a bachelor's degree in zoology from the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT | November 3, 2006
Navy senior attackman Ian Dingman, who was dismissed from the academy in the middle of the 2004-05 school year for academic and personal reasons, then returned and went on to lead the Midshipmen in goals scored last season, has requested a fifth year of eligibility. Navy coach Richie Meade confirmed that the school has asked the Patriot League and the NCAA to designate the 2007 season as a hardship, redshirt year for Dingman. Meade said Dingman's eligibility is under review because technically he used it up by playing in half of a scrimmage against Virginia in the fall of 2004, shortly before he left the academy.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | January 4, 2007
Navy senior attackman Ian Dingman has been granted a fifth year of eligibility by the Patriot League and will begin practicing with the Midshipmen when they take the field Monday to start preparations for the 2007 season, Navy coach Richie Meade said yesterday. "This is as good of an ending as [Dingman] could have hoped for," Meade said. "Ian is going to get a chance to graduate from the Naval Academy, which is the most important thing. And he gets one more chance to play lacrosse." Dingman, who was dismissed from the academy in the middle of the 2004-05 school year for academic, medical and personal reasons, was readmitted in the fall of 2005, then went on to help the Mids finish 11-4 last spring with a team-high 33 goals.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Sun reporter | January 4, 2007
Navy senior attackman Ian Dingman has been granted a fifth year of eligibility by the Patriot League and will begin practicing with the Midshipmen when they take the field Monday to start preparations for the 2007 season, Navy coach Richie Meade said yesterday. "This is as good of an ending as [Dingman] could have hoped for," Meade said. "Ian is going to get a chance to graduate from the Naval Academy, which is the most important thing. And he gets one more chance to play lacrosse." Dingman, who was dismissed from the academy in the middle of the 2004-05 school year for academic, medical and personal reasons, was readmitted in the fall of 2005, then went on to help the Mids finish 11-4 last spring with a team-high 33 goals.
BUSINESS
By Deidre Nerreau McCabe and Deidre Nerreau McCabe,Sun Staff Writer | May 28, 1995
New Hampshire business executive Michael D. Dingman has made a second $2 million donation to the University of Maryland's College of Business and Management.The gift, which makes Mr. Dingman the second largest contributor in the business school's history, is earmarked for the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at the College Park business school."We were very surprised by this gift," said Charles O. Heller, the center's director. "Mike has been very generous and supportive in the past. . . . At this point, just the interest from his initial endowment is the largest source of income at the center."
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By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | February 18, 2006
PHILADELPHIA // The sixth-ranked Navy lacrosse team scored eight unanswered goals, including three goals in a 36-second span late in the second quarter, as the Mids went on to rout St. Joseph's, 12-2. Ian Dingman led Navy (1-0) with three goals and two assists. Navy goalie Matt Russell made four saves while Colin Finnegan added 7 for the Mids, who outshot St. Joseph's (0-2), 35-17. Originally published February 18, 2006, 4:11 PM EST
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | March 11, 2006
He had just finished his third test of the day in the classroom. Up next was another arduous lacrosse practice, which would be followed by another night long on studies and short on sleep, before the Navy lacrosse team would board an early morning flight to San Diego. Ian Dingman, the physically imposing junior attackman and one of the more gifted scorers who has played at the academy, looked tired and sounded thrilled to be feeling that way at a place he cherishes. A year after failing academically, then suffering the embarrassment of being dismissed from the academy, Dingman is back in his element.
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By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | August 21, 1996
The University of Maryland's Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship and a private investment organization are teaming up to make it easier to match start-up businesses with investors in the Baltimore-Washington region.The partnership between the Dingman Center, which is part of the university's Business School, and the Private Investor Network, a Bethesda-based investors' group, will merge and streamline the partners' individual programs for matching investors, or "angels," with promising start-up companies.
NEWS
By ROGER SIMON | April 23, 1995
Although Michael Dingman has saved millions of dollars in U.S. taxes by renouncing his U.S. citizenship and moving to the Bahamas, he has given up one right:He no longer can contribute to American political campaigns.Which may not break his heart.Dingman, a "yacht person," who reaps great financial benefit by spurning the country of his birth, is the chairman and CEO of TTC Abex Inc., an aerospace company in New Hampshire.And, in the past, Abex has been generous to American politicians.In 1992, something called the Abex Inc. Employees for Sensible Government contributed $5,000 each to the successful campaigns of Republican U.S. Sen. Judd Gregg, Republican U.S. Rep. Bill Zeliff, and Democratic U.S. Rep. Dick Swett.
NEWS
December 25, 2006
On December 23, 2006, MARGARET HARRIS DINGMAN; beloved wife of the late John C. Dingman; devoted mother of Charles J. Dingman and his wife Linda, Andrew R. Dingman, Rita M. Donoho and her husband Tom, and the late Robert J. Dingman; loving grandmother of Jack L. Dingman; great-grandmother of Elly. Friends may call at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Ave., on Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. and Wednesday from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at St. Rita's Church on Thursday at 10 a.m. Interment at Oak Lawn Cemetery.
SPORTS
By GARY LAMBRECHT | November 3, 2006
Navy senior attackman Ian Dingman, who was dismissed from the academy in the middle of the 2004-05 school year for academic and personal reasons, then returned and went on to lead the Midshipmen in goals scored last season, has requested a fifth year of eligibility. Navy coach Richie Meade confirmed that the school has asked the Patriot League and the NCAA to designate the 2007 season as a hardship, redshirt year for Dingman. Meade said Dingman's eligibility is under review because technically he used it up by playing in half of a scrimmage against Virginia in the fall of 2004, shortly before he left the academy.
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By MIKE PRESTON and MIKE PRESTON,SUN REPORTER | April 9, 2006
COLLEGE PARK -- There were 54 seconds left in a tied game when Navy got the ball at the offensive end of the field, and there was no question who was going to be the feeder and who was going to take the last shot. Despite a tough Maryland defense that shut down Navy's original play, the Midshipmen's two top offensive stars - Jon Birsner and Ian Dingman - connected and Dingman scored with eight seconds left to lift No. 8 Navy past the No. 4 Terps, 7-6, last night at Byrd Stadium. The late-game heroics spoiled a big comeback by Maryland, which trailed 5-1 at the end of the half.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 25, 2006
Attackmen Jon Birsner and Ian Dingman combined to score five goals and contribute five assists, leading the seventh-ranked Navy men past visiting Lehigh, 9-4, yesterday. Navy (6-1, 3-1) has just two Patriot League games remaining on its schedule. "We did the things that we needed to do to beat a good Lehigh team," said Navy coach Richie Meade. "Lehigh is a much better team than they were three years ago when we first joined the league. Navy outshot the Mountain Hawks (5-3, 1-1) 28-12, while Lehigh won the ground-ball battle 37-30.
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By GARY LAMBRECHT and GARY LAMBRECHT,SUN REPORTER | March 11, 2006
He had just finished his third test of the day in the classroom. Up next was another arduous lacrosse practice, which would be followed by another night long on studies and short on sleep, before the Navy lacrosse team would board an early morning flight to San Diego. Ian Dingman, the physically imposing junior attackman and one of the more gifted scorers who has played at the academy, looked tired and sounded thrilled to be feeling that way at a place he cherishes. A year after failing academically, then suffering the embarrassment of being dismissed from the academy, Dingman is back in his element.
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By BALTIMORESUN.COM STAFF | February 18, 2006
PHILADELPHIA // The sixth-ranked Navy lacrosse team scored eight unanswered goals, including three goals in a 36-second span late in the second quarter, as the Mids went on to rout St. Joseph's, 12-2. Ian Dingman led Navy (1-0) with three goals and two assists. Navy goalie Matt Russell made four saves while Colin Finnegan added 7 for the Mids, who outshot St. Joseph's (0-2), 35-17. Originally published February 18, 2006, 4:11 PM EST
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By ROGER SIMON | April 19, 1995
To the U.S. government, Michael Dingman and the other "yacht people" are traitors."It seems to me that one could kind of characterize them as economic Benedict Arnolds," Leslie Samuels, assistant secretary for tax policy at the Treasury Department, said.The yacht people are fabulously wealthy Americans who renounce their citizenship and move to countries like the Bahamas or Ireland in order to avoid paying U.S. taxes.Some of them were born in other countries, became U.S. citizens, and are now going back to their native lands.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 28, 2004
Nine men scored for ninth-ranked Navy, and the Midshipmen improved to 6-1 with an 18-10 victory over No. 11 Army in West Point, N.Y. The Mids broke a 4-4 tie by scoring 10 straight goals. Chris Pieczonka won 18 of 24 faceoffs for Navy, which improved to 5-0 in the Patriot League with its second-highest scoring output of the season. Ian Dingman, Jon Birsner and Joe Bossi scored three goals apiece for the Midshipmen and three others scored twice each. Dingman and Birsner each added three assists.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2005
When the most riveting lacrosse season in Navy history ended last spring with a 14-13 loss to Syracuse in the NCAA title game, the Midshipmen took in the emotion, faced the inevitable changes and said goodbye to, among others, three pivotal teammates. And the Mids could sense outside observers trying to make sense of it all. Was this a one-year fluke, this 15-3 ride that produced by far more victories than any other season in academy history and brought the school so close to its first national title?
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff | February 25, 2005
Read our transcript with the Navy men's lacrosse coach Richie Meade is entering his 15th season as head coach of the Midshipmen. Navy finished 15-3 and lost in the NCAA title game to Syracuse. Dan, Cibolo, Texas: What kind of season will Navy have this year? Richie Meade: Last year was a great year, but it's over. There's a lot of things that happen between now and Memorial Day. We're excited about our team and the guys we have coming back. I think it's going to be fun. We return a lot of guys from last year's team, especially at the defensive end of the field.
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