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By Rich Scherr | January 20, 1991
Meade pole vaulters Jeff and Eric Miller have overcome life-threatening obstacles as they reach for the heights.In yesterday's 29th Maryland National Guard Indoor Track Scholastic Games at the Fifth Regiment Armory, the identical twins again showed how high they can go.Jeff cleared 14 feet to win the competition, and Eric vaulted 13 feet, 6 inches to take third.They helped propel Meade to a second-place finish. The Mustangs were shooting for their third straight meet victory last night, but were edged Eleanor Roosevelt, 40-37.
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May 4, 2003
On Friday, May 2, 2003, R. PATRICK; beloved husband of Patricia L. Gleason (nee Doughty); loving father of Norma J. and husband Greg Miller, Rose A. and husband Art Perez and Mary Pat and husband Jeff Miller; cherished grandfather of Daniel and Ryan Miller, Kristen and Michael Perez and Alexandra and Eric Miller; devoted brother of Betsy Given and Lloyd Gleason, Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc.,...
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 27, 1998
The bride descended a long staircase, a vision in white taffeta and tulle. The groom waited with an eager smile, young and handsome in his tuxedo. They were married before a waterfall as an intimate gathering of family and friends looked on. Afterward, they all played miniature golf and raced in motorized go-carts.Not exactly the typical wedding story. But wedded bliss just the same for Michelle "Shelley" Yuska and Eric Miller. The Catonsville couple were married Sept. 19 at the Family Recreation Park in Hagerstown.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 27, 1998
The bride descended a long staircase, a vision in white taffeta and tulle. The groom waited with an eager smile, young and handsome in his tuxedo. They were married before a waterfall as an intimate gathering of family and friends looked on. Afterward, they all played miniature golf and raced in motorized go-carts.Not exactly the typical wedding story. But wedded bliss just the same for Michelle "Shelley" Yuska and Eric Miller. The Catonsville couple were married Sept. 19 at the Family Recreation Park in Hagerstown.
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May 4, 2003
On Friday, May 2, 2003, R. PATRICK; beloved husband of Patricia L. Gleason (nee Doughty); loving father of Norma J. and husband Greg Miller, Rose A. and husband Art Perez and Mary Pat and husband Jeff Miller; cherished grandfather of Daniel and Ryan Miller, Kristen and Michael Perez and Alexandra and Eric Miller; devoted brother of Betsy Given and Lloyd Gleason, Jr. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc.,...
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By WILEY A. HALL | April 22, 1993
"Against stupidity, the very gods themselves contend in vain," wrote the 18th century poet, Johann Cristoph Friedrich von Schiller.Bernard Eric Miller, the 17-year-old on trial in Howard County for the carjacking and murder of Pam Basu, is a clean-cut, handsome young man with a quiet, almost gentle demeanor."What did Eric want to do with his life?" I asked Deborah Miller, the defendant's mother."What did he want to do?" she repeated angrily. "What did he want to do? I'll tell you what he wanted to do. He wanted to be a father to his 3-month-old child.
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By Vicki Wellford | June 5, 1991
The banner over the stage said it all: "Scholarship, Excellence and Leadership."Meade Senior High School honored its outstanding seniors Thursday evening with an awards ceremony.Senior class President Stacy Stallsmith, mistress of ceremonies, welcomed everyone and introduced the many presenters and award winners.Twenty-one academic achievement awards and scholarships were awarded by businesses and civic organizations.Ily Diaz and Jeffrey Miller each received $500 from the George Gornic Memorial Scholarship; Kenneth McGill received $500 from the Laidlaw Environmental Services; Stephanie Norris and Cathy Wiley each received $1,000 from the NCOWives Club of Fort Meade; and Deborah Moffitt received $1,000 from Alex Beckman, a real estate agent from Century 21/Moss Realty who donated $500 and challenged the Provinces Civic Association to meet his contribution.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | February 9, 1992
Brian Glock didn't have a clue he'd be pole vaulting when he enteredMeade High School as a freshman.After being cut from the Mustangs' junior varsity baseball team that spring, Glock wandered over to the school's track to take a swing at the mile run."I wanted to be a miler, and not being famous for listening or paying much attention, I just followed a group out onto the track," thesenior explained. "When I got down there, I knew a couple of the pole vaulters, and I said, 'Let me try.'"I was a little husky at thetime, and one of them said, 'Don't you think you're a little bit big?
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,Staff Writer | August 20, 1993
At town meetings nearly a year ago, hundreds of Howard County residents demanded blood in the carjacking death of Pam Basu. But as word spread yesterday of a second life sentence in the case, community reaction was more measured and varied.The response of neighbors and friends in the Bolling Brook community where the crime occurred ranged from weary but satisfied to angry and disappointed. Some said they were sorry the two men responsible -- Rodney Eugene Solomon and Bernard Eric Miller -- did not receive the maximum penalty of death.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 17, 1997
Coast Guard and Ocean City public works crews completed the cleanup yesterday of an estimated 71 gallons of diesel fuel that spilled into Sinepuxent Bay when a pipe broke near the Talbot Street Pier, officials said.The Ocean City Office of Emergency Management said the spill occurred about 6: 15 p.m. Monday when a 2-inch pipe that supplied fuel oil at a marina ruptured.The fuel spilled from a pipe at Angler Marina near Talbot Street, said Lt. j.g. Eric Miller of the Coast Guard's marine safety office in Hampton Roads, Va.Miller said the spill was contained by 8 a.m. yesterday with the help of a containment boom placed in the water.
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By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,Staff Writer | August 20, 1993
At town meetings nearly a year ago, hundreds of Howard County residents demanded blood in the carjacking death of Pam Basu. But as word spread yesterday of a second life sentence in the case, community reaction was more measured and varied.The response of neighbors and friends in the Bolling Brook community where the crime occurred ranged from weary but satisfied to angry and disappointed. Some said they were sorry the two men responsible -- Rodney Eugene Solomon and Bernard Eric Miller -- did not receive the maximum penalty of death.
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By WILEY A. HALL | April 22, 1993
"Against stupidity, the very gods themselves contend in vain," wrote the 18th century poet, Johann Cristoph Friedrich von Schiller.Bernard Eric Miller, the 17-year-old on trial in Howard County for the carjacking and murder of Pam Basu, is a clean-cut, handsome young man with a quiet, almost gentle demeanor."What did Eric want to do with his life?" I asked Deborah Miller, the defendant's mother."What did he want to do?" she repeated angrily. "What did he want to do? I'll tell you what he wanted to do. He wanted to be a father to his 3-month-old child.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff writer | February 9, 1992
Brian Glock didn't have a clue he'd be pole vaulting when he enteredMeade High School as a freshman.After being cut from the Mustangs' junior varsity baseball team that spring, Glock wandered over to the school's track to take a swing at the mile run."I wanted to be a miler, and not being famous for listening or paying much attention, I just followed a group out onto the track," thesenior explained. "When I got down there, I knew a couple of the pole vaulters, and I said, 'Let me try.'"I was a little husky at thetime, and one of them said, 'Don't you think you're a little bit big?
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By Vicki Wellford | June 5, 1991
The banner over the stage said it all: "Scholarship, Excellence and Leadership."Meade Senior High School honored its outstanding seniors Thursday evening with an awards ceremony.Senior class President Stacy Stallsmith, mistress of ceremonies, welcomed everyone and introduced the many presenters and award winners.Twenty-one academic achievement awards and scholarships were awarded by businesses and civic organizations.Ily Diaz and Jeffrey Miller each received $500 from the George Gornic Memorial Scholarship; Kenneth McGill received $500 from the Laidlaw Environmental Services; Stephanie Norris and Cathy Wiley each received $1,000 from the NCOWives Club of Fort Meade; and Deborah Moffitt received $1,000 from Alex Beckman, a real estate agent from Century 21/Moss Realty who donated $500 and challenged the Provinces Civic Association to meet his contribution.
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By Rich Scherr | January 20, 1991
Meade pole vaulters Jeff and Eric Miller have overcome life-threatening obstacles as they reach for the heights.In yesterday's 29th Maryland National Guard Indoor Track Scholastic Games at the Fifth Regiment Armory, the identical twins again showed how high they can go.Jeff cleared 14 feet to win the competition, and Eric vaulted 13 feet, 6 inches to take third.They helped propel Meade to a second-place finish. The Mustangs were shooting for their third straight meet victory last night, but were edged Eleanor Roosevelt, 40-37.
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July 1, 2005
On June 29, 1993, a Howard County judge sentenced Bernard Eric Miller, 17, to life in prison for his role in the carjacking death of Pam Basu. Miller had been found guilty of forcing Basu from her BMW sedan at an intersection near her Savage home Sept. 8, 1992, and dragging her to her death. At one point, Miller and co-defendant Rodney Eugene Solomon pulled over and placed Basu's 22-month-old daughter, who was in the car's back seat, on the road. The child was not harmed. Solomon was convicted of first-degree murder by a Baltimore County Circuit Court jury in August 1993 and was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | October 14, 1992
Lawyers for two Washington men charged in the brutal carjacking death of a Savage woman are fighting prosecutors' efforts for a joint trial.Howard Circuit Court Judge Dennis Sweeney is reviewing arguments to determine if a single trial is appropriate for Rodney Eugene Soloman, 26, and Bernard Eric Miller, 16.Each is charged with first-degree murder and 18 other counts in the death of Pam Basu. Dr. Basu was dragged to her death after the defendants allegedly forced her from her car on Sept.
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