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March 19, 1997
Margaret C. Schweinhaut, 93, former state senatorFormer state Sen. Margaret C. Schweinhaut, a champion of the elderly who served in the Maryland legislature more than three decades, died Sunday at her home in Kensington. She was 93.The Montgomery County Democrat, who wielded significant influence in Annapolis, lost her Senate seat in 1990 because of her anti-abortion stance in a district whose residents strongly supported abortion rights."She seemed to raise the stature of political officeholders by the way she conducted herself, her demeanor, her style," said Maryland political analyst Keith Haller.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | March 13, 2009
Class 2A Matchup: No. 14 Century (22-3) vs. No. 8 City (19-6) Time: 9 p.m. Outlook: Both teams have standout inside players, with City leaning on the versatile play of senior F Adam Johnson (16 ppg, 9 rpg) and Century countering with senior C Matt Duerr (17 ppg, 10.6 rpg). City has a second post player in junior C Jordan Lathan, while Century has received fine guard play from seniors Mike Virbickis and Tyler Cockey, who average a combined 24 points. Both teams are looking to win their first state titles, with Century making its first appearance in the tournament and City reaching state play for the first time since 1999.
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NEWS
May 29, 1997
Elsie Louise Duerr, 61, nurse, hospital executiveElsie Louise Duerr, retired vice president of nursing and patient services at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown, died of a stroke Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 61.After graduating from Baltimore's Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing in 1956, she was a registered nurse at the old Lutheran Hospital, then joined Baltimore County General Hospital -- now Northwest Hospital Center -- in 1969.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 4, 2006
Paul Rabil and Tom Duerr both scored three goals and added one assist, and the No. 9 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team had 11 different players score in a 19-6 win over visiting Mount St. Mary's at a rain-soaked Homewood Field last night. The Blue Jays (5-3) have won 24 straight games in the month of April and are 50-1 in their past 51 games in April since the start of the 1997 season. Six different Blue Jays scored in a 7-0 run in the first 20 minutes of the game. The Mount (1-7) scored two goals before a lightning delay halted the game for 2 hours, 22 minutes.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | April 19, 1993
RICHMOND, Va. -- Erika Maw- horr scored four goals and had five assists, leading Loyola to a 16-11 victory over Old Dominion in the championship game of the Colonial Athletic Association women's lacrosse tournament yesterday.Mawhorr, who was named Most Valuable Player, set the tempo for the Lady Greyhounds, scoring twice and assisting on two other scores as they jumped to a 5-0 first-half lead. Old Dominion rallied to tie the game at 7 on a goal by Amy Duerr with25:39 remaining in the second half.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 4, 2006
Paul Rabil and Tom Duerr both scored three goals and added one assist, and the No. 9 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team had 11 different players score in a 19-6 win over visiting Mount St. Mary's at a rain-soaked Homewood Field last night. The Blue Jays (5-3) have won 24 straight games in the month of April and are 50-1 in their past 51 games in April since the start of the 1997 season. Six different Blue Jays scored in a 7-0 run in the first 20 minutes of the game. The Mount (1-7) scored two goals before a lightning delay halted the game for 2 hours, 22 minutes.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey | September 26, 1991
It may never measure up to the original, but that didn't keep "Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind" from flying out of local bookstores yesterday.At the Towson bookstore Greetings & Readings, first-day sales of the 823-page tome (suggested retail: $24.95) were "fabulous," according to salesperson Jean Duerr. By yesterday afternoon the store had sold out of its first shipment of 150 books; another is expected tomorrow.Similarly, Jo Blankenburg, manager of Waldenbooks in Towson Town Center, was finding it impossible to keep up with customer demand for the books.
NEWS
November 3, 1999
Doris Duerr, 69, cashier, substitute teacherDoris M. Duerr, a retired Giant Food cashier and Catonsville resident, died Sunday of cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 69.Mrs. Duerr had worked for 17 years as a cashier at Giant's now-closed Ingleside Avenue store. She retired in 1986. Earlier, she was a substitute teacher in Baltimore schools and a bank teller.Doris Marie Insley was born in Dundalk and was a 1948 graduate of Seton High School. She was married in 1950 to Charles B. Duerr Sr., who died in 1997.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | August 30, 1995
John Duerr sounds like the most happy fella of Linthicum. In April, his ex-wife managed to buy 10 tickets to Cal Day on Sept. 6 at Camden Yards and -- get this -- she gave Duerr one of them! Duerr can't believe it! Largess from an Ex! "There is a baseball god after all!" he shouts. Of course, Duerr -- pronounced "der" -- couldn't explain why his Ex of 11 years would pass up the handsome profit (see Sun classifieds) she'd make from selling the ticket. "I guess she felt sorry for me," Duerr says.
NEWS
By GLENN GRAHAM | March 13, 2009
Class 2A Matchup: No. 14 Century (22-3) vs. No. 8 City (19-6) Time: 9 p.m. Outlook: Both teams have standout inside players, with City leaning on the versatile play of senior F Adam Johnson (16 ppg, 9 rpg) and Century countering with senior C Matt Duerr (17 ppg, 10.6 rpg). City has a second post player in junior C Jordan Lathan, while Century has received fine guard play from seniors Mike Virbickis and Tyler Cockey, who average a combined 24 points. Both teams are looking to win their first state titles, with Century making its first appearance in the tournament and City reaching state play for the first time since 1999.
NEWS
October 20, 2005
On October 17, 2005 DOROTHY DUERR; beloved wife of the late Joseph M.; loving mother of Christopher J. Duerr and the late Joanne E. Duerr; devoted grandmother of Carson J. and Delaney G. Duerr. Family will receive friends Thursday 7 to 9 P.M. and Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City. A Mass of Christian Burial will be said Saturday 10 A.M. at the Church of the Resurrection, Ellicott City. Interment will follow at Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
May 22, 2004
On May 20, 2004, EUGENE C. DUERR; beloved husband for 65 years of Marguerite L. Duerr (nee Deters); devoted father of Eugene G. Duerr and wife Maria, Bunnie M. Manning and husband Joe, Sherri-Ann Koval, Sandra L. Munshower and husband Keith; dear brother of Mary Goelz and the late Gerald A. and Francis J. Duerr; loving grandfather of six grandchildren. Also survived by many great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Ave, on Monday 11 A.M. Visiting hours will be held on Sunday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
November 3, 1999
Doris Duerr, 69, cashier, substitute teacherDoris M. Duerr, a retired Giant Food cashier and Catonsville resident, died Sunday of cancer at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care in Towson. She was 69.Mrs. Duerr had worked for 17 years as a cashier at Giant's now-closed Ingleside Avenue store. She retired in 1986. Earlier, she was a substitute teacher in Baltimore schools and a bank teller.Doris Marie Insley was born in Dundalk and was a 1948 graduate of Seton High School. She was married in 1950 to Charles B. Duerr Sr., who died in 1997.
NEWS
May 29, 1997
Elsie Louise Duerr, 61, nurse, hospital executiveElsie Louise Duerr, retired vice president of nursing and patient services at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown, died of a stroke Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 61.After graduating from Baltimore's Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing in 1956, she was a registered nurse at the old Lutheran Hospital, then joined Baltimore County General Hospital -- now Northwest Hospital Center -- in 1969.
NEWS
March 19, 1997
Margaret C. Schweinhaut, 93, former state senatorFormer state Sen. Margaret C. Schweinhaut, a champion of the elderly who served in the Maryland legislature more than three decades, died Sunday at her home in Kensington. She was 93.The Montgomery County Democrat, who wielded significant influence in Annapolis, lost her Senate seat in 1990 because of her anti-abortion stance in a district whose residents strongly supported abortion rights."She seemed to raise the stature of political officeholders by the way she conducted herself, her demeanor, her style," said Maryland political analyst Keith Haller.
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Randy Johnson | June 8, 1996
Owners of old houses know the sometimes intriguing, sometimes agonizing truth: There's no such thing as a "simple" project. Repairing a bathroom tile can lead to ripping out a wall, replacing a sink and redoing the floor. Enlarging a window can lead to the discovery there's no header, so the joists of the floor above are not adequately supported, which means that the wall has to be rebuilt Sometimes it's a question of deciding just how broke something has to be before you really need to fix it.That's the case for a reader in Baltimore County, who sent an e-mail letter: "I live in an old house (1906)
FEATURES
By Karol V. Menzie and Randy Johnson | June 8, 1996
Owners of old houses know the sometimes intriguing, sometimes agonizing truth: There's no such thing as a "simple" project. Repairing a bathroom tile can lead to ripping out a wall, replacing a sink and redoing the floor. Enlarging a window can lead to the discovery there's no header, so the joists of the floor above are not adequately supported, which means that the wall has to be rebuilt Sometimes it's a question of deciding just how broke something has to be before you really need to fix it.That's the case for a reader in Baltimore County, who sent an e-mail letter: "I live in an old house (1906)
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | July 2, 1993
Aboard Piney Run Lake's pontoon, children swept the clouds away, sang of sunny days and took the waterway to Sesame Street.Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie dolls all came along for the ride Wednesday. Oscar and any other grouches stayed home.Karen Jenne, park assistant and pontoon captain for the day, passed out life jackets to the little cruisers. Many clutched a mother's hand and looked a little nervous as they embarked on their maiden voyages."Look, we are making waves," said Jeffrey Duerr, 5 1/2 , as the pontoon pulled away from the dock.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | August 30, 1995
John Duerr sounds like the most happy fella of Linthicum. In April, his ex-wife managed to buy 10 tickets to Cal Day on Sept. 6 at Camden Yards and -- get this -- she gave Duerr one of them! Duerr can't believe it! Largess from an Ex! "There is a baseball god after all!" he shouts. Of course, Duerr -- pronounced "der" -- couldn't explain why his Ex of 11 years would pass up the handsome profit (see Sun classifieds) she'd make from selling the ticket. "I guess she felt sorry for me," Duerr says.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | July 2, 1993
Aboard Piney Run Lake's pontoon, children swept the clouds away, sang of sunny days and took the waterway to Sesame Street.Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Bert and Ernie dolls all came along for the ride Wednesday. Oscar and any other grouches stayed home.Karen Jenne, park assistant and pontoon captain for the day, passed out life jackets to the little cruisers. Many clutched a mother's hand and looked a little nervous as they embarked on their maiden voyages."Look, we are making waves," said Jeffrey Duerr, 5 1/2 , as the pontoon pulled away from the dock.
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