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December 13, 2005
On Sunday, December 11, 2005; RALPH L. FERRERI, age 81; father of Kimberly A. Ferreri; brother of Frank Ferreri (Claire). He is also survived by two nephews, Frank and Conrad Ferreri. Friends will be received at Catonsville United Methodist Church, 6 Melvin Avenue, Catonsville, MD on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 from 11:30 until 1 P.M. Interment Baltimore National Cemetery. Arrangements RENDON/HALE FUNERAL HOME.
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December 13, 2005
On Sunday, December 11, 2005; RALPH L. FERRERI, age 81; father of Kimberly A. Ferreri; brother of Frank Ferreri (Claire). He is also survived by two nephews, Frank and Conrad Ferreri. Friends will be received at Catonsville United Methodist Church, 6 Melvin Avenue, Catonsville, MD on Wednesday, December 14, 2005 from 11:30 until 1 P.M. Interment Baltimore National Cemetery. Arrangements RENDON/HALE FUNERAL HOME.
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NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 25, 2002
George P. Ferreri Sr., who as head of Maryland's Air Management Administration pursued a vigorous program of eliminating pollution and improving air quality throughout the state, died of a pulmonary embolism Saturday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 74. The former Towson resident, who also lived in Easton and Daytona Beach, Fla., was described by The Sun in a 1992 profile as a "burly, bespectacled chemical engineer from Brooklyn, N.Y. - who can (and does) cuss a blue streak."
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 5, 2004
Johns Hopkins junior quarterback Zach DiIonno threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a score to lead the Blue Jays to a 34-17 victory over Rochester yesterday at Homewood Field. Anthony Triplin (Gilman) had a team-high seven receptions for 87 yards, while Adam Cook rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown. Cook's game-high output improved his career total to 2,155 yards, which moved him past Paul Ferreri (1989-92) and into fourth place on the school's career rushing list.
SPORTS
By Jeff Fletcher | October 13, 1991
Paul Ferreri would probably like to forget last Saturday, when he fumbled away Johns Hopkins' hopes for an unbeaten season.And the best way to forget what he did against Gettysburg was to do what he did yesterday against Ursinus. Ferreri ran for 138 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Blue Jays to a 28-0 victory over the Bears at Homewood Field.And it took him only one half. He came out of the game just before halftime because he aggravated a bruised right shoulder. With the Blue Jays well ahead, the training staff and Ferreri decided not to take any chances by having him stay in the game.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,Staff Writer | June 30, 1992
Smoldering garbage dumps, belching smokestacks and choking urban smog greeted George P. Ferreri when he first began fighting air pollution in Maryland more than three decades ago.The burly, bespectacled chemical engineer from Brooklyn, N.Y., -- who can (and does) cuss a blue streak -- put out the foul-smelling dump fires long ago, but not without a court fight or two.And last winter, one of the state's last factory plumes vanished when Bethlehem Steel Corp. shut down its smoky coke ovens at Sparrows Point -- again, when threatened with a court fight.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | September 28, 1991
MADISON, N.J. -- John Guglielmo (2-0-1) passed for two touchdowns, Paul Ferreri ran for another, and Johns Hopkins used second-half ball control to defeat Fairleigh Dickinson-Madison (1-1), 23-6, in non-conference football last night.Hopkins scored a second-quarter touchdown and a third-quarter field goal for a 9-0 lead entering the fourth quarter, then capitalized on a Jersey Devils turnover to put the game away. Hopkins recovered a FDU fumble on the home team's seven-yard line, and on fourth down, Guglielmo, a 6-foot junior, threw to Lou Angelos for a 15-yard touchdown pass.
NEWS
By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Evening Sun Staff | September 24, 1990
A Towson funeral establishment has gotten state approval to build and operate two crematoriums at its York Road location.The Ruck-Towson funeral establishment got approval to operate the crematoriums last week, said George P. Ferreri, director of the air management administration."
SPORTS
November 11, 1990
Dave Erfle, a senior tri-captain for the Johns Hopkins football team, wore a wide grin and a message on his T-shirt -- the words "We're Back" sandwiched betweeen "Hopkins" and "Football" -- after yesterday's game.It was a message the Blue Jays just had finished delivering with a 31-21 victory over Western Maryland before a Homewood Field crowd of 1,078 on a cold, wet afternoon.The game featured two record-smashing offensive stars, as junior Eric Frees of Western Maryland rushed 37 times for 273 yards and two touchdowns, and Hopkins sophomore Paul Ferreri ran 37 times for 252 yards and four touchdowns.
NEWS
By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | January 8, 1992
The Maryland Department of the Environment has dropped a $2,000 penalty proposed last year against Lehigh Portland Cement Co. for accepting some waste oil with high lead levels."
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 25, 2002
George P. Ferreri Sr., who as head of Maryland's Air Management Administration pursued a vigorous program of eliminating pollution and improving air quality throughout the state, died of a pulmonary embolism Saturday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 74. The former Towson resident, who also lived in Easton and Daytona Beach, Fla., was described by The Sun in a 1992 profile as a "burly, bespectacled chemical engineer from Brooklyn, N.Y. - who can (and does) cuss a blue streak."
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1998
Johns Hopkins running back Adam Gentile has shown he doesn't mind the hurry-up-and-wait that seems to have defined his career, athletically and otherwise.Sometimes, the waiting has been voluntary. After getting on the fast track to a financial career by interning at Bloomberg Financial Services in summer 1997, the economics major opted for the slower pace of work as a lifeguard at a New Jersey resort last summer. "I just wanted to hang out," he said. "I figured that this would be the last summer to ever do anything like that."
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,Staff Writer | June 30, 1992
Smoldering garbage dumps, belching smokestacks and choking urban smog greeted George P. Ferreri when he first began fighting air pollution in Maryland more than three decades ago.The burly, bespectacled chemical engineer from Brooklyn, N.Y., -- who can (and does) cuss a blue streak -- put out the foul-smelling dump fires long ago, but not without a court fight or two.And last winter, one of the state's last factory plumes vanished when Bethlehem Steel Corp. shut down its smoky coke ovens at Sparrows Point -- again, when threatened with a court fight.
NEWS
By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | January 8, 1992
The Maryland Department of the Environment has dropped a $2,000 penalty proposed last year against Lehigh Portland Cement Co. for accepting some waste oil with high lead levels."
SPORTS
By Jeff Fletcher | October 13, 1991
Paul Ferreri would probably like to forget last Saturday, when he fumbled away Johns Hopkins' hopes for an unbeaten season.And the best way to forget what he did against Gettysburg was to do what he did yesterday against Ursinus. Ferreri ran for 138 yards and scored two touchdowns to lead the Blue Jays to a 28-0 victory over the Bears at Homewood Field.And it took him only one half. He came out of the game just before halftime because he aggravated a bruised right shoulder. With the Blue Jays well ahead, the training staff and Ferreri decided not to take any chances by having him stay in the game.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | September 28, 1991
MADISON, N.J. -- John Guglielmo (2-0-1) passed for two touchdowns, Paul Ferreri ran for another, and Johns Hopkins used second-half ball control to defeat Fairleigh Dickinson-Madison (1-1), 23-6, in non-conference football last night.Hopkins scored a second-quarter touchdown and a third-quarter field goal for a 9-0 lead entering the fourth quarter, then capitalized on a Jersey Devils turnover to put the game away. Hopkins recovered a FDU fumble on the home team's seven-yard line, and on fourth down, Guglielmo, a 6-foot junior, threw to Lou Angelos for a 15-yard touchdown pass.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 5, 2004
Johns Hopkins junior quarterback Zach DiIonno threw for 153 yards and two touchdowns and also rushed for a score to lead the Blue Jays to a 34-17 victory over Rochester yesterday at Homewood Field. Anthony Triplin (Gilman) had a team-high seven receptions for 87 yards, while Adam Cook rushed for 107 yards and one touchdown. Cook's game-high output improved his career total to 2,155 yards, which moved him past Paul Ferreri (1989-92) and into fourth place on the school's career rushing list.
NEWS
By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | June 16, 1991
Resident opposition to the burning of carbon waste at Lehigh Portland Cement Co. forced state environmental officials to further examine the issue before they decided to deny the company permission to burn the waste, one official said.The Maryland Department of the Environment announced Wednesday that it had denied Lehigh a permit to burncarbon waste as a supplemental fuel in its kilns because the waste could be hazardous and because of past emissions violations at Lehigh.Members of the citizens group Residents for a Healthier Union Bridge Area investigated the New Jersey company that would supply Lehighwith the carbon waste and discovered the waste would be coming from a Superfund cleanup site.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | September 21, 1991
Paul Ferreri ran for two touchdowns and caught a pass for another, and quarterback John Guglielmo threw for two other scores, as Johns Hopkins overwhelmed Swarthmore, 47-19, in a Centennial Football Conference game at Homewood Field last night.The outcome enabled Hopkins (1-0-1) to preserve Jim Margraff's unbeaten streak at home, making the second-year coach 5-0-1.Swarthmore (1-1) was not the same team that defeated Hobart last week, as it lost its offensive and defensive leaders in the first eight minutes of the game.
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