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April 10, 2006
Robert Lee Randolph, former director of development at the Calvert School, died of pneumonia Tuesday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The former Ruxton resident was 79. Mr. Randolph was born in Baltimore and raised in Garrison. After graduating from Calvert School in 1938, he enrolled at Episcopal High School in Richmond, Va., from which he graduated in 1945. He enlisted in the Navy in 1945 and served aboard the cruiser USS Macon as a pharmacist's mate. After the war, he entered Harvard University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in history in 1950.
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April 10, 2006
Robert Lee Randolph, former director of development at the Calvert School, died of pneumonia Tuesday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The former Ruxton resident was 79. Mr. Randolph was born in Baltimore and raised in Garrison. After graduating from Calvert School in 1938, he enrolled at Episcopal High School in Richmond, Va., from which he graduated in 1945. He enlisted in the Navy in 1945 and served aboard the cruiser USS Macon as a pharmacist's mate. After the war, he entered Harvard University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in history in 1950.
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By Dorothy Fleetwood and Dorothy Fleetwood,Contributing Writer | July 17, 1994
Kilted Scotsmen will crowd the streets of Alexandria, Va., next weekend as clans gather for the 21st annual Virginia Scottish Games, one of the largest exhibitions of Scottish culture in the nation.The stirring sounds of massed pipes and drums will open the ceremonies at noon Saturday. The two-day event at Episcopal High School re-creates the atmosphere of a Scottish country fair, with athletes, pipers, dancers, clan societies, crafts and food. Gates open at 8 a.m., and closing ceremonies are at 5 p.m.The primary attraction is the U.S. National Highland Heptathlon, in which world-class athletes take part in a seven-event contest with origins in the ancient Highland games of Northern Scotland, where chieftains demonstrated their strength at annual gatherings.
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By Dorothy Fleetwood and Dorothy Fleetwood,Contributing Writer | July 17, 1994
Kilted Scotsmen will crowd the streets of Alexandria, Va., next weekend as clans gather for the 21st annual Virginia Scottish Games, one of the largest exhibitions of Scottish culture in the nation.The stirring sounds of massed pipes and drums will open the ceremonies at noon Saturday. The two-day event at Episcopal High School re-creates the atmosphere of a Scottish country fair, with athletes, pipers, dancers, clan societies, crafts and food. Gates open at 8 a.m., and closing ceremonies are at 5 p.m.The primary attraction is the U.S. National Highland Heptathlon, in which world-class athletes take part in a seven-event contest with origins in the ancient Highland games of Northern Scotland, where chieftains demonstrated their strength at annual gatherings.
NEWS
February 23, 2006
On Sunday, February 19, at his residence in Falls Church. Former Headmaster of the Episcopal High School, in Alexandria. Beloved husband of the late Betsy Wright Thomsen. He is survived by his daughter Evelyn Thomsen Ruffin, son Richard Porter Thomsen, Jr., five grandchildren, a brother, Samuel Locke Thomsen, of Baltimore, and a sister, Anne Thomsen Abbott, of Texas. The son of Samuel Locke Thomsen and Adelade Porter, he grew up in Baltimore and at Gibson Island. A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 25, at Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill, on the grounds of the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, at 11am.
SPORTS
March 22, 2011
St. Mary's coach Megan Lewis told Kristen Lamon she wanted her to go to the goal more this spring, and the senior attacker responded with five goals and four assists in the season opener, a 14-12 come-from-behind win over Episcopal High School from Houston, Texas. In rallying the No. 12 Saints from six goals down, Lamon had nearly half as many points as she posted all of last season (14 goals, seven assists). Also a field hockey player for the Saints, she has a 3.95 grade-point average.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karin Remesch | March 11, 1999
St. Patty's Day ParadeCelebrate the luck of the Irish, Eastern Shore style, with a St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday in Ocean City. Cheer on more than 100 parade participants, including bands, step dancers, floats and marching units, which will follow the parade route along Coastal Highway to the 45th Street Village. Enjoy a festival with a variety of food and drink before and after the parade.The parade steps off at noon and proceeds along Coastal Highway, from 61st Street to the 45th Street Village.
NEWS
May 28, 1992
Pieter A. Fisher, a native of Baltimore who was a partner in the Wall Street brokerage house of Goldman, Sachs & Co., died Sunday of prostate cancer at his vineyard in Rutherford, Calif. He was 61.Mr. Fisher had a home in New York City from 1957 to 1991. His business interests over the years included the Ramco Oil and Gas Co. of Oklahoma City, in which he was a partner.He and his wife recently bought the vineyard in the Napa Valley, where they built a winery, Clos du Montagne.He was a graduate of the Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., and, in 1953, of Princeton University.
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By Rasmi Simhan | July 20, 2000
27th Annual Virginia Scottish Games Alexandria, Va., will show that it is forever plaid this weekend at the 27th annual celebration of the area's Scottish past. Bagpipers will entertain an expected crowd of more than 22,000, while clan societies, genealogy groups and living-history actors celebrate Scottish heritage. Athletes will compete in Highland games, including the caber toss - flipping a log the size of a telephone pole end over end. The festival also features a British car show, children's games and dancing.
NEWS
By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer | March 10, 1993
Robb Tyler, whose slogan "We Never Refuse Refuse" helped make him the largest trash hauler in the Baltimore area in the 1960s, died Saturday at his Caribbean winter home in Providentiales, in the Turks and Caicos Islands. He was 84.Mr. Tyler, who died of heart failure, was cremated yesterday in Miami. A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Boyce and Carrollton avenues in Ruxton.A Baltimore native, Mr. Tyler attended Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., and started in business by opening several gas stations in Baltimore.
NEWS
January 24, 2007
Cornelius Van Leuven Stewart, a retired attorney, died Jan. 16 of complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or Lou Gehrig's disease, while on a vacation in Belize. The Stevenson resident was 70. Born and raised in the Eccleston section of Baltimore County, he was a 1954 graduate of Episcopal High School in Alexandria, Va., and captain of its wrestling team. He earned a bachelor of arts from Yale University and a law degree from the University of Virginia. After teaching legal writing at the University of California at Berkeley, he moved to Baltimore and practiced law at the firm of Venable Baetjer and Howard for nearly 30 years.
NEWS
June 10, 2005
John Whitney Knight, a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. engineer and music fan, died of heart failure June 3 at St. Joseph Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 79. Mr. Knight was born in Springfield, Mass., and raised in Charlottesville, Va. After graduating in 1943 from Episcopal High School in Richmond, Va., he served in the Army Air Forces for two years. He studied physics at Duke University and earned his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering in 1951 from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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