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August 31, 2004
On August 29, 2004, KATHLEEN ENDERS; devoted mother of John C. and Thomas A. Enders; loving sister of Patrick and Thomas Casey, Rosemary Manlove, William Casey and Pegge Hennegan; dear grandmother of five. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories - Parkville on Tuesday and Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. A funeral liturgy will be held on Thursday 9 AM, at the St. Ursula's Church. Interment Parkwood Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in Kathleen's name to the Hospice of Baltimore, 6601 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21204 or to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, 200 E. Joppa Rd. Suite 403, Baltimore, MD 21286.
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November 12, 2013
Ever since the pop-punk band All Time Low was founded by three Dulaney High students, lead guitarist Jack Barakat has been a teen heartthrob. Now one teenage girl might be able to claim she is close with the musician: Abigail Breslin, who came to fame as the star of the 2006 film "Little Miss Sunshine. " According to US Magazine, Breslin, 17, and Barakat, 25, cozied up last week at the premiere of "Ender's Game," the recently released sci-fi film in which Breslin plays a supporting role.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2008
Old Mill quarterback Grant Enders knew his defense was keeping No. 4 Arundel's no-huddle, spread offense off balance, so he needed to avoid turnovers and come up with a few big plays to pull off a win last night for Anne Arundel County supremacy. Enders delivered with three touchdown passes, including one for 49 yards and another for 53, and the No. 11 Patriots cruised to a 34-19 victory over the host Wildcats. Old Mill has developed big-time playmakers on both sides of the ball, and it is looking to build on last season's appearance in the Class 4A East semifinals.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2013
When the Towson football team captured a share of last year's Colonial Athletic Association title, the offense was helmed by dual-threat quarterback Grant Enders. This fall, the program - ranked No. 3 in the latest Football Championship Subdivision poll by The Sports Network - is off to a 5-0 start and a 1-0 record in the conference with an offense guided by Peter Athens, who is more of a traditional pocket passer. To Sean McDonnell, the difference between Enders in 2012 and Athens in 2013 is only stylistic.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | November 21, 2007
Old Mill quarterback Grant Enders finished off a good junior season with a disappointing 24-13 loss at No. 6 Broadneck in the Class 4A East regional semifinals Friday. The No. 11 Patriots finished their season at 8-3, with the smooth and poised Enders leading the way. Enders, 6 feet 3 and 190 pounds, completed 117 of 192 passes (.609 percentage) for 1,904 yards, 15 touchdowns and 13 interceptions. His yardage is second in the county to the 2,292 by Arundel's Nick Elko. Enders was rushed into a starting role at the end of last season - running a spread offense that featured four receivers - when three-year starter Kelian Stevens was injured.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2008
The resurgence of Meade's football program revolves around a new coach and a 6-foot-4, 215-pound quarterback who transferred from Alabama and has electrified the offense. The Mustangs won only 11 games in the past six years but opened this season with two impressive wins. However, host Meade ran into a tough Old Mill team last night and the No. 4 Patriots showed why they are a top contender in Anne Arundel County with a 26-12 victory before an estimated 2,200. "They are the most athletic team we've seen," Old Mill coach Damien Ferragamo said.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | November 18, 2006
No. 13 Old Mill scored 15 points in the final 3:20 to stun host No. 5 Arundel, 18-12, in Gambrills last night in the Class 4A East regional semifinals. Patriots sophomore quarterback Grant Enders was the unlikely hero down the stretch. He rallied the visitors after senior quarterback Kelian Stevens left the game with an injury with about four minutes to play. Enders directed two scoring drives, throwing a 40-yard touchdown pass to Alphonse Coats, then completing two more passes to set up the game-winning 11-yard touchdown run by senior Malcolm Green with 1:14 left.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | June 14, 2002
Windtalkers is a Second World War melodrama about a broken soul. But it strains to be a heroic saga about racial healing under fire. Director John Woo's desire to make this movie a true epic occasionally clicks with his eloquent images of Navajos serving as U.S. Marines and triggers an unshakable potency. Too bad the balance is way off. The casting of Nicolas Cage as a Marine corporal named Enders pushes it toward operatic melancholy from the outset. Only semi-recovered from the Japanese massacre of his squad on the Solomon Islands when he's assigned to protect a Navajo code talker, Yahzee (Adam Beach)
NEWS
September 3, 2005
On August 30, 2005, owner of Parkville Automotive, THOMAS H. BELL, beloved husband of Olga A. Bell; loving father of Thomas A. Bell and Lisa E. Enders; dear grandfather of Taylor Enders. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc, Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Rd (at Echodale) Thursday 7 to 9 P.M. and Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held at the White Marsh Baptist Church, Saturday 11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, Maryland Division, 8219 Town Center Dr., Baltimore MD 21236.
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March 20, 2012
A 21-year-old White Hall man was hit by a car and killed Friday evening in Bel Air. Joshua L. Aversano, 21, of the 3100 block of White Hall Road in White Hall, was trying to cross Bel Air South Parkway and was hit by a 2003 Kia Sedona van driven by Kimberly A. Enders of the 500 block of Sellrus Court in Fallston. Harford County Sheriff's deputies responded to the 1600 block of Bel Air South Parkway around 6:30 p.m. Friday and determined that Enders was driving west in the right turn lane on Bel Air South Parkway toward Route 24 when Mr. Aversano, who was not in a designated crosswalk, ran across the east and westbound lanes of travel.
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By Michael Gold and The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2013
Orson Scott Card must have a bad case of deja vu. Earlier this year, the science fiction author found himself at the center of controversy when his views on same-sex marriage led to a boycott and eventual delay of a Superman comic he penned . Now, four months later, an LGBT group has proposed a boycott of 'Ender's Game', the science-fiction film based on Card's much-loved 1985 novel. As part of a campaign dubbed "Skip Ender's Game," gay geek group Geeks OUT is asking moviegoers to skip the theater and save their money due to Card's anti-gay activism.
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By David Horsey | November 13, 2012
President Obama's re-election has caused right-wingers to become completely unhinged. They are purple-faced and apoplectic, convinced that an ignorant horde of government-dependent social leeches have destroyed traditional America and banished God from the country. The craziest comments came from certifiably loony celebrities. Gun-crazy rocker Ted Nugent tweeted that "Pimps whores and welfare brats and their soulless supporters hav (sic) a president to destroy America," while former "Saturday Night Live" goofball Victoria Jackson let loose a series of tweets, saying in part, "Thanks a lot, Christians, for not showing up. You disgust me ... In the Good vs. Evil battle, today Evil won. " Egomaniacal rich guy Donald Trump simply called for a revolution.
SPORTS
By Kevin Cowherd and The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2012
So some say Ray Lewis might have played the last game of his career Sunday in that shaky 31-29 Ravens' win over Dallas? Forget it. It's much ado about nothing. We'll find out later today, at John Harbaugh's 4 p.m. news conference, the extent of Lewis'  triceps injury. The fear is he could be done for the season. But even if he is, any speculation that this is a career-ender for the great middle linebacker is ridiculous. There's no way a proud man like Lewis would call it quits on a glorious, 17-year, Hall of Fame-bound career with a triceps injury.
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By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2012
Towson knows that if it cuts down on penalties and reduces its turnovers, it has the potential to be one of the elite teams in the Football Championship Subdivision. On Saturday night, the Tigers addressed one and kept the other manageable in a 24-19 win over Maine at Johnny Unitas Stadium. Quarterback Grant Enders led Towson with 104 yards rushing, including a 52-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to ice the victory. Tailback Terrance West (Northwestern) pitched in 96 yards on 18 carries for the Tigers (3-3, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association)
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March 20, 2012
A 21-year-old White Hall man was hit by a car and killed Friday evening in Bel Air. Joshua L. Aversano, 21, of the 3100 block of White Hall Road in White Hall, was trying to cross Bel Air South Parkway and was hit by a 2003 Kia Sedona van driven by Kimberly A. Enders of the 500 block of Sellrus Court in Fallston. Harford County Sheriff's deputies responded to the 1600 block of Bel Air South Parkway around 6:30 p.m. Friday and determined that Enders was driving west in the right turn lane on Bel Air South Parkway toward Route 24 when Mr. Aversano, who was not in a designated crosswalk, ran across the east and westbound lanes of travel.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2011
Towson came into its first football playoff game in 25 years with a banged-up defense and a star tailback who had fallen into Coach Rob Ambrose's doghouse since the Tigers finished the regular season two weeks ago by winning the Colonial Athletic Association championship. That combination -- along with Lehigh's duo of senior quarterback Chris Lum and junior wide receiver Ryan Spadola -- proved costly for Towson in a 40-38 defeat to the Patriot League champion before the first sellout crowd (11,196)
NEWS
May 23, 2000
Donald Seth Baker, 32, radiologist, AIDS activist Donald Seth Baker, a former radiology technician and AIDS activist, died Thursday of AIDS-related complications at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 32 and lived in Columbia. A former chairman of the AIDS Alliance of Howard County, he lobbied for the passage of the Veterans Insurance Reform Act of 1996, federal legislation that allowed veterans with terminal illnesses to convert and sell their life insurance policies. Born in Tallahassee, Fla., he received his certification in radiology from Walter Reed Medical Center after he joined the Army in 1989.
NEWS
February 25, 2005
JOHN WILLIAM HOTEM, 65; of Berryville, VA formerly of Overlea, MD died Monday, Feb. 21, 2005. He was an electrician for Sippel Electric Co. He is survived by cousins, Betty Rion of Berryville, VA, Virginia Banks of PA, and Hughy Cook of Luray, VA; a great niece, Chloe Cote of MD; and a nephew, Brandon Hilton of MD. Services will be private. Burial will be at a later date at Parkwood Cemetery, Baltimore. Arrangements by Enders & Shirley Funeral Home, Berryville, VA (540) 955-1062
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Baltimore Sun staff | November 19, 2011
After trailing Rhode Island 10-0 in the first quarter, Towson shrugged off the deficit to score the next three touchdowns and pull out a 28-17 victory to wrap up the CAA title today. The No. 8 Tigers (9-2, 7-1 in the Colonial Athletic Association) earned their first Football Championship Subdivision playoff berth with the win. Towson was tied with Maine for first place in the CAA but clinched the championship when the Black Bears lost to New Hampshire today. Terrance West broke the Tigers' scoring drought with 11:44 left in the second quarter when he scored from three yards out. That cut the score to 10-7.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2011
Grant Enders always wanted to play for Towson. Coming out of Old Mill in Anne Arundel County, Enders was recruited by Gordy Combs and believes he would have started his college career with the Tigers had Combs not been fired after the 2008 season. The road Enders took eventually led him back to Towson, but not before Enders spent an "unhappy" year redshirting at Holy Cross and then resurrecting himself at Lackawanna Junior College in Scranton, Pa., last year. "I wouldn't change anything if I could," Enders said Thursday afternoon, sitting in one of the football offices at Johnny Unitas Stadium.
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