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August 3, 2006
On August 1, 2006, ANNA R. JACQUETTE (nee Gallagher); beloved wife of the late James L. Jacquette; devoted mother of Ann Marie Roche and her husband Joseph, Doris Tyransky and her husband Jack; loving grandmother of Daphne Wiese and her husband Charles, Cheryl Maerz, Kerri Eannarino and her husband Brett, Donna Lewis and her husband Jason; great-grandmother of Heather Weise, Samantha Weise, Brooke Eannarino, Kent Eannarino, Jack Lewis, Maxwell Lewis and...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 18, 2011
Donna L. Peabody, a retired florist and former Bel Air resident, died Tuesday of cancer at a hospital in Key West, Fla. She was 68. Donna Lewis Adams was born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden. After graduating from Western High School in 1959, she began her career as a florist. In 1977, she married James T. Peabody, and the couple established Flowers By Michael and Four Seasons Flowers. "We had stores in Pikesville, Overlea, Cold Spring Lane and Harford Mall," said Mr. Peabody.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | March 6, 1997
It's never a good idea to base your expectations on what you see in a music video. Just ask Donna Lewis, who remembers being very much surprised to learn that, in real life, Sting was nowhere near as big as her TV made him seem."
NEWS
August 3, 2006
On August 1, 2006, ANNA R. JACQUETTE (nee Gallagher); beloved wife of the late James L. Jacquette; devoted mother of Ann Marie Roche and her husband Joseph, Doris Tyransky and her husband Jack; loving grandmother of Daphne Wiese and her husband Charles, Cheryl Maerz, Kerri Eannarino and her husband Brett, Donna Lewis and her husband Jason; great-grandmother of Heather Weise, Samantha Weise, Brooke Eannarino, Kent Eannarino, Jack Lewis, Maxwell Lewis and...
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By J.D. Considine | August 22, 1996
Donna LewisNow In a Minute (Atlantic 82762)What listeners look for in love songs isn't a reflection of their own romantic experience so much as a sense of what love should be like. Maybe that's why the Donna Lewis single "I Love You Always Forever" has struck such a chord with pop fans, because seldom has eternal devotion been made to seem so effortless and effervescent. Lewis can't take credit for the chorus' clever wordplay -- those specific lyrics come from the H.E. Bates novel "Love for Lydia" -- but she does deserve applause for the way she has set them to music, using the words' natural cadence to concoct the kind of catchy melody you hear once and hum all day. That's not the kind of magic songwriters conjure on a regular basis, so it's hardly surprising that the rest of Lewis' album, "Now In a Minute," doesn't quite live up to that standard.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | February 23, 1993
Lari Dunlap has made many stops during his 20 years in the U.S. Army, but Saturday, he made his first in the winner's circle of the Polar Bear Run.Two years ago, he finished third in the Polar Bear, but last year, a tour of Saudi Arabia left him unavailable."
NEWS
September 22, 1991
Head coach: Donna Lewis (seventh season)1990 record: No teamReturnees: NoneNewcomers: Senior Cindi Bagly; junior Briget Walters; freshmen Shaune Copeland, Sherri Edwards, Michelle Hausley, Rene Labbe, Tanya Lee, Andrea McWilliams, Dorene Rivers, Jessica Foler, Melinda Cattell and Lisa SimmonsCoach's outlook: "Our turnout of girls this season was just phenomenal. I'm just looking forward to competing as a team and molding and setting a precedence for the future. I want these girls to set the tone for the future and I think they will.
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September 22, 1991
ABERDEEN EAGLESHead coach: Donna Lewis (seventh season)1990 record: No teamReturnees: NoneNewcomers:Senior Cindi Bagly; junior Briget Walters; freshmen Shaune Copeland,Sherri Edwards, Michelle Hausley, Rene Labbe, Tanya Lee, Andrea McWilliams, Dorene Rivers, Jessica Foler, Melinda Cattell and Lisa SimmonsCoach's outlook: "Our turnout of girls this season was just phenomenal. I'm just looking forward to competing as a team and molding and setting a precedence for the future. I want these girls to set thetone for the future and I think they will.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 18, 2011
Donna L. Peabody, a retired florist and former Bel Air resident, died Tuesday of cancer at a hospital in Key West, Fla. She was 68. Donna Lewis Adams was born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden. After graduating from Western High School in 1959, she began her career as a florist. In 1977, she married James T. Peabody, and the couple established Flowers By Michael and Four Seasons Flowers. "We had stores in Pikesville, Overlea, Cold Spring Lane and Harford Mall," said Mr. Peabody.
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By Ken Rosenthal and Mike Preston and Ken Rosenthal and Mike Preston,Sun Staff Writers Sun staff researcher Dee Lyons contributed to this article | September 11, 1994
More than a year later, Inez "Peggy" Ritch can't let go.Her Northeast Baltimore home is full of memories -- framed photographs, award certificates, handsome trophies. Mementoes of her son, Reggie Lewis, the basketball star.Reggie Lewis, who died on July 27, 1993, at the age of 27."It's been difficult," Ritch says. "I'm trying to adjust to this. People tell you, 'Give it to the Lord, pray.' I do. But evidently, I must not have done it. It's still with me."Every day, I close my eyes to sleep.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | March 6, 1997
It's never a good idea to base your expectations on what you see in a music video. Just ask Donna Lewis, who remembers being very much surprised to learn that, in real life, Sting was nowhere near as big as her TV made him seem."
ENTERTAINMENT
By J.D. Considine | August 22, 1996
Donna LewisNow In a Minute (Atlantic 82762)What listeners look for in love songs isn't a reflection of their own romantic experience so much as a sense of what love should be like. Maybe that's why the Donna Lewis single "I Love You Always Forever" has struck such a chord with pop fans, because seldom has eternal devotion been made to seem so effortless and effervescent. Lewis can't take credit for the chorus' clever wordplay -- those specific lyrics come from the H.E. Bates novel "Love for Lydia" -- but she does deserve applause for the way she has set them to music, using the words' natural cadence to concoct the kind of catchy melody you hear once and hum all day. That's not the kind of magic songwriters conjure on a regular basis, so it's hardly surprising that the rest of Lewis' album, "Now In a Minute," doesn't quite live up to that standard.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | February 23, 1993
Lari Dunlap has made many stops during his 20 years in the U.S. Army, but Saturday, he made his first in the winner's circle of the Polar Bear Run.Two years ago, he finished third in the Polar Bear, but last year, a tour of Saudi Arabia left him unavailable."
NEWS
September 22, 1991
Head coach: Donna Lewis (seventh season)1990 record: No teamReturnees: NoneNewcomers: Senior Cindi Bagly; junior Briget Walters; freshmen Shaune Copeland, Sherri Edwards, Michelle Hausley, Rene Labbe, Tanya Lee, Andrea McWilliams, Dorene Rivers, Jessica Foler, Melinda Cattell and Lisa SimmonsCoach's outlook: "Our turnout of girls this season was just phenomenal. I'm just looking forward to competing as a team and molding and setting a precedence for the future. I want these girls to set the tone for the future and I think they will.
NEWS
September 22, 1991
ABERDEEN EAGLESHead coach: Donna Lewis (seventh season)1990 record: No teamReturnees: NoneNewcomers:Senior Cindi Bagly; junior Briget Walters; freshmen Shaune Copeland,Sherri Edwards, Michelle Hausley, Rene Labbe, Tanya Lee, Andrea McWilliams, Dorene Rivers, Jessica Foler, Melinda Cattell and Lisa SimmonsCoach's outlook: "Our turnout of girls this season was just phenomenal. I'm just looking forward to competing as a team and molding and setting a precedence for the future. I want these girls to set thetone for the future and I think they will.
NEWS
May 6, 2005
CHARLES G. BROWN, SR., 60, of Churchville, MD, died May 1, 2005. He was the son of the late Charles N. Brown and Nora G. Brown, age 95. Loving father of Sheri Ann Brown, Vikki Lynn Brown, Nicole Lea Chapman, Rhonda M. Koch and Charles G. Brown, Jr.; former husband of Carolyn Brown and companion to Donna Lewis. Also survived by eleven grandchildren and one expecting. A Memorial Service will be held 10:30 AM Saturday, May 7, 2005 at Fork Christian Church, 6809 Sunshine Ave., Fork, MD 21051.
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