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April 16, 2003
On April 13, 2003, BETTY LOU (nee Miller) beloved husband of the late Ray D. Fawley, devoted mother of Delmas R. Fawley, loving grandmother of Heather Fawley and dear great-grandmother of Ayla Fawley, sister of Ina, Mitch, Sue, Nancy, Debbie and David. Friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 130 E. Fort Avenue (South Baltimore) on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be celebrated on Thursday 12 noon at the funeral home.
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December 5, 2009
On December 3, 2009 HOWARD C. beloved husband of 70 years to Lucy V. Fawley (nee Williams). Also survived by 13 children, preceded in death by two children; survived by generations of grandchildren. Friends may call at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Saturday and Sunday from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Services on Monday at 10 a.m. Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park.
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SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1996
Fifth-ranked Mercy and No. 9 McDonogh played the kind of soccer game yesterday that either could have won -- but neither did.The Catholic League A Division rivals battled to a 0-0 stalemate at Mercy's home field, North Harford Rec Field in Northeast Baltimore.Both teams showed all kinds of offense, and both narrowly missed all kinds of shots.Mercy had the edge in shots, 26-15, and in near misses, but McDonogh keeper Laura Fawley made four point-blank saves and another snare almost on the goal line to preserve the shutout.
NEWS
April 17, 2003
On April 13, 2003, BETTY LOU (nee Miller) beloved wife of the late Ray D. Fawley, devoted mother of Delmas R. Fawley, loving grandmother of Heather Fawley and dear great-grandmother of Ayla Fawley, sister of Ina, Mitch, Sue, Nancy, Debbie and David. Friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 130 E. Fort Avenue (South Baltimore) on Wednesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be celebrated on Thursday 12 noon at the funeral home.
NEWS
By Deborah Overton and Deborah Overton,Staff Writer | March 27, 1993
Playing the Lotto is a family affair for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fawley and their two daughters. And because it is, the parents and children will share equally the $10 million that Mr. Fawley won in Wednesday's Maryland State Lottery drawing.Mr. Fawley will split the prize with his daughters, Deborah Fawley Wise and Sharon Fawley Folden.The rule in the family is: "If the winning ticket was between any of us, we would split it three ways," said Mrs. Wise.The Fawleys and their children live in Myersville, Frederick County.
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella | March 27, 1994
Of tables, fables and the artist's craftIf you make just $47 in your first craft show, you probably shouldn't quit your day job.But Judith Rand did just that, giving up a job as a psychology professor to become a full-time artisan, sculpting fancifulfurniture and mirrors from ordinary planks of cherry, teak and birch.Even now, 14 years after quitting Bowie State University, the 51-year-old Ms. Rand can't quite explain how she became a woodworker. One day, she simply bought some tools at Sears, picked up a how-to book and made herself a dining room table.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1995
In an article Saturday about a slaying in Federal Hill, it was incorrectly reported based on information from city police that Paul Barnes, 17, was arrested and charged with murder in the case. In fact, the youth has not been arrested or charged.The Sun regrets the errors.Three teen-agers were arrested yesterday in connection with Thursday night's fatal shooting in Federal Hill of a man who police said was protecting his sister from a youth wielding a baseball bat.The suspects -- two from South Baltimore and one from Brooklyn -- were arrested at 11:30 a.m. on railroad tracks south of Camden Yards after police got a tip from a neighborhood resident.
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 8, 1998
Locked in an extra-inning, scoreless tie with No. 8-ranked rTC McDonogh yesterday, Institute of Notre Dame coach Greg Ehrman was looking for a heroine.By game's end, he had more than he could count on one hand, as each played a key role in No. 10 IND's hard-fought, 2-1 victory in 10 innings over the host Eagles in a Catholic League contest.Perhaps the biggest heroine for the Indians, now 5-2 overall and 4-2 in the league, also was one of the most unlikely. Pinch hitter Pam Stefanski, a junior playing her first varsity season, smacked a two-out, two-run double in the 10th off McDonogh ace Leah Clelland that broke the scoreless tie."
SPORTS
By SUN STAFF | September 24, 1997
McDonogh coach Maurice Boylan told his players before yesterday's game, "We should win, 3-0."But after overcoming an early deficit and dominating for a long stretch, Boylan had to accept a 2-2 tie against rival Mercy. The Catholic League A Division does not play overtime games during the regular season."We out-shot C. Milton Wright, 35-7 -- tied them. Out-shot Oakland Mills, 29-3 -- lost in OT. Out-shot Mount Hebron, 23-8 -- lost in OT," said Boylan, whose No. 12-ranked Eagles out-shot No. 3 Mercy by 18-10 yesterday.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1997
One quick look at McDonogh's standout sweeper Laura Schroeder shortly after her top-ranked Eagles survived a 1-0 win over No. 3 St. Mary's in last night's Catholic League A Division semifinal told the story.Her black jersey was draped in mud, making the No. 18 on her back barely visible."This was not about pretty soccer," she said.Despite being outshot, 21-7, and outplayed most of the game by last year's conference champ St. Mary's, the Eagles (15-2-4) made the most of their opportunities -- getting a first-half goal from junior Marissa Schuchat 18 minutes in and holding on with a stellar defensive effort led by Schroeder and senior keeper Laura Fawley (nine saves)
SPORTS
By Kevin Eck and Kevin Eck,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 8, 1998
Locked in an extra-inning, scoreless tie with No. 8-ranked rTC McDonogh yesterday, Institute of Notre Dame coach Greg Ehrman was looking for a heroine.By game's end, he had more than he could count on one hand, as each played a key role in No. 10 IND's hard-fought, 2-1 victory in 10 innings over the host Eagles in a Catholic League contest.Perhaps the biggest heroine for the Indians, now 5-2 overall and 4-2 in the league, also was one of the most unlikely. Pinch hitter Pam Stefanski, a junior playing her first varsity season, smacked a two-out, two-run double in the 10th off McDonogh ace Leah Clelland that broke the scoreless tie."
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1997
One quick look at McDonogh's standout sweeper Laura Schroeder shortly after her top-ranked Eagles survived a 1-0 win over No. 3 St. Mary's in last night's Catholic League A Division semifinal told the story.Her black jersey was draped in mud, making the No. 18 on her back barely visible."This was not about pretty soccer," she said.Despite being outshot, 21-7, and outplayed most of the game by last year's conference champ St. Mary's, the Eagles (15-2-4) made the most of their opportunities -- getting a first-half goal from junior Marissa Schuchat 18 minutes in and holding on with a stellar defensive effort led by Schroeder and senior keeper Laura Fawley (nine saves)
SPORTS
By SUN STAFF | September 24, 1997
McDonogh coach Maurice Boylan told his players before yesterday's game, "We should win, 3-0."But after overcoming an early deficit and dominating for a long stretch, Boylan had to accept a 2-2 tie against rival Mercy. The Catholic League A Division does not play overtime games during the regular season."We out-shot C. Milton Wright, 35-7 -- tied them. Out-shot Oakland Mills, 29-3 -- lost in OT. Out-shot Mount Hebron, 23-8 -- lost in OT," said Boylan, whose No. 12-ranked Eagles out-shot No. 3 Mercy by 18-10 yesterday.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | September 26, 1996
Fifth-ranked Mercy and No. 9 McDonogh played the kind of soccer game yesterday that either could have won -- but neither did.The Catholic League A Division rivals battled to a 0-0 stalemate at Mercy's home field, North Harford Rec Field in Northeast Baltimore.Both teams showed all kinds of offense, and both narrowly missed all kinds of shots.Mercy had the edge in shots, 26-15, and in near misses, but McDonogh keeper Laura Fawley made four point-blank saves and another snare almost on the goal line to preserve the shutout.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | November 4, 1995
In an article Saturday about a slaying in Federal Hill, it was incorrectly reported based on information from city police that Paul Barnes, 17, was arrested and charged with murder in the case. In fact, the youth has not been arrested or charged.The Sun regrets the errors.Three teen-agers were arrested yesterday in connection with Thursday night's fatal shooting in Federal Hill of a man who police said was protecting his sister from a youth wielding a baseball bat.The suspects -- two from South Baltimore and one from Brooklyn -- were arrested at 11:30 a.m. on railroad tracks south of Camden Yards after police got a tip from a neighborhood resident.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1995
Give McDonogh striker Laurie Schwoy a step and she'll take a game.No. 10 Centennial discovered that yesterday, when Schwoy outmaneuvered the defense midway through the second half to deliver a 1-0 victory for No. 3 McDonogh (8-2-1)."If she gets one step on you, you're beat," said Centennial defender Gina Dinisio, who marked Schwoy the entire game. "You've got to not even let her touch the ball and you've got to be physical with her which, after I got a yellow card, was a little scary. She is without a doubt the best player I've ever played against."
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1995
Give McDonogh striker Laurie Schwoy a step and she'll take a game.No. 10 Centennial discovered that yesterday, when Schwoy outmaneuvered the defense midway through the second half to deliver a 1-0 victory for No. 3 McDonogh (8-2-1)."If she gets one step on you, you're beat," said Centennial defender Gina Dinisio, who marked Schwoy the entire game. "You've got to not even let her touch the ball and you've got to be physical with her which, after I got a yellow card, was a little scary. She is without a doubt the best player I've ever played against."
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella | March 27, 1994
Of tables, fables and the artist's craftIf you make just $47 in your first craft show, you probably shouldn't quit your day job.But Judith Rand did just that, giving up a job as a psychology professor to become a full-time artisan, sculpting fancifulfurniture and mirrors from ordinary planks of cherry, teak and birch.Even now, 14 years after quitting Bowie State University, the 51-year-old Ms. Rand can't quite explain how she became a woodworker. One day, she simply bought some tools at Sears, picked up a how-to book and made herself a dining room table.
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