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February 27, 2003
On February 25, 2003, DONALD M. FOOR of Arbutus, beloved husband of Doris J. Foor, devoted father of Donald G. Foor, Linda D. Hentz, Timothy L. Foor., Mark A. Foor and Lisa A. Hall, beloved brother of Patricia Crowder, loving grandfather of 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore, on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Where Services will be held on Saturday at 10:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
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December 5, 2005
On December 3, 2005, JUDITH M.; beloved wife of William W. De Foor; loving mother of Dirk and Victoria De Foor; grandmother of Jasmine and Quincy. She was the beloved daughter of the late Roland and Dorothea Myers; sister of Betty Seletzky, Lonnie Bechen and the late Dobbie Trainer. Funeral Services private. Arrangements by the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL OF OWINGS MILLS.
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NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
The wish list of a dedicated science teacher would quickly consume the $25,000 award that Robert Foor-Hogue won yesterday -- one of four teachers in the state to win the coveted Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award."
NEWS
February 27, 2003
On February 25, 2003, DONALD M. FOOR of Arbutus, beloved husband of Doris J. Foor, devoted father of Donald G. Foor, Linda D. Hentz, Timothy L. Foor., Mark A. Foor and Lisa A. Hall, beloved brother of Patricia Crowder, loving grandfather of 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore, on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Where Services will be held on Saturday at 10:30 A.M. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
NEWS
May 19, 1997
THE TEACHER exudes a "contagious enthusiasm," one administrator says. "His creativity inspires students to follow through on their ideas," a parent adds.Yet the cliches can hardly convey Robert Foor-Hogue's contributions to Carroll kids.Mr. Foor-Hogue, a science teacher with 23 years experience, has spent the last 17 years at South Carroll High where his hands-on style is lauded by students and fellow faculty alike.The county Board of Education has named him its nominee for state Teacher of the Year.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 13, 1997
Robert Foor-Hogue, a South Carroll High School science teacher, is one of seven semifinalists for Maryland Teacher of the Year.Foor-Hogue has been one of the pioneers statewide in infusing science classes with real-world applications. He and his science research students have developed tank systems that can be used to raise fish in the classroom. Students design research projects around the fish and their habitat.South Carroll is among the first high schools to use aquaculture as a way to teach science, rather than only as a form of agriculture.
NEWS
December 5, 2005
On December 3, 2005, JUDITH M.; beloved wife of William W. De Foor; loving mother of Dirk and Victoria De Foor; grandmother of Jasmine and Quincy. She was the beloved daughter of the late Roland and Dorothea Myers; sister of Betty Seletzky, Lonnie Bechen and the late Dobbie Trainer. Funeral Services private. Arrangements by the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL OF OWINGS MILLS.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1997
Students from South Carroll High School have approval to design and construct the only student exhibit at Columbus Center, the $147 million marine biotechnology complex at the Inner Harbor.Robert Foor-Hogue's science research classes have been working for more than a year on a proposal after an invitation from J. Adam Frederick, marine education specialist at the center.Frederick, a former high school science teacher in Frederick County, knew of Foor-Hogue's pioneering use of aquaculture -- raising fish -- as a medium for teaching scientific research.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
Robert Foor-Hogue, known throughout the county for his bold teaching style and emphasis on real-life science, is the school board's nominee for state Teacher of the Year.The county Board of Education announced the nomination of the teacher at its meeting last night. The statewide winner will be chosen in the fall."Bob is like a Pied Piper with kids flocking to wherever he goes," Gary Dunkleberger, county assistant superintendent of instruction, said in a letter nominating Foor-Hogue.Dunkleberger noted that when Foor-Hogue joined the science staff at South Carroll High School, chemistry enrollment was so low that it constituted less than a full teaching assignment.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1997
Winning the honor of Maryland Teacher of the Year last night completed a triple crown for Robert Foor-Hogue, a Carroll County science teacher making waves with his bold, innovative style of teaching.Three days earlier, he won a $25,000 award from the Milken Family Foundation for his work. And this summer, he learned that he and his class will mount the first student-built exhibit at Columbus Center, the multi-million marine biotechnology center at the Inner Harbor."I'm overwhelmed, and I feel truly honored, said Foor-Hogue, 47, a resident of Millers in northern Carroll County.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1997
Winning the honor of Maryland Teacher of the Year last night completed a triple crown for Robert Foor-Hogue, a Carroll County science teacher making waves with his bold, innovative style of teaching.Three days earlier, he won a $25,000 award from the Milken Family Foundation for his work. And this summer, he learned that he and his class will mount the first student-built exhibit at Columbus Center, the multi-million marine biotechnology center at the Inner Harbor."I'm overwhelmed, and I feel truly honored, said Foor-Hogue, 47, a resident of Millers in northern Carroll County.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1997
The wish list of a dedicated science teacher would quickly consume the $25,000 award that Robert Foor-Hogue won yesterday -- one of four teachers in the state to win the coveted Milken Family Foundation National Educator Award."
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1997
Students from South Carroll High School have approval to design and construct the only student exhibit at Columbus Center, the $147 million marine biotechnology complex at the Inner Harbor.Robert Foor-Hogue's science research classes have been working for more than a year on a proposal after an invitation from J. Adam Frederick, marine education specialist at the center.Frederick, a former high school science teacher in Frederick County, knew of Foor-Hogue's pioneering use of aquaculture -- raising fish -- as a medium for teaching scientific research.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 13, 1997
Robert Foor-Hogue, a South Carroll High School science teacher, is one of seven semifinalists for Maryland Teacher of the Year.Foor-Hogue has been one of the pioneers statewide in infusing science classes with real-world applications. He and his science research students have developed tank systems that can be used to raise fish in the classroom. Students design research projects around the fish and their habitat.South Carroll is among the first high schools to use aquaculture as a way to teach science, rather than only as a form of agriculture.
NEWS
May 19, 1997
THE TEACHER exudes a "contagious enthusiasm," one administrator says. "His creativity inspires students to follow through on their ideas," a parent adds.Yet the cliches can hardly convey Robert Foor-Hogue's contributions to Carroll kids.Mr. Foor-Hogue, a science teacher with 23 years experience, has spent the last 17 years at South Carroll High where his hands-on style is lauded by students and fellow faculty alike.The county Board of Education has named him its nominee for state Teacher of the Year.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | May 15, 1997
Robert Foor-Hogue, known throughout the county for his bold teaching style and emphasis on real-life science, is the school board's nominee for state Teacher of the Year.The county Board of Education announced the nomination of the teacher at its meeting last night. The statewide winner will be chosen in the fall."Bob is like a Pied Piper with kids flocking to wherever he goes," Gary Dunkleberger, county assistant superintendent of instruction, said in a letter nominating Foor-Hogue.Dunkleberger noted that when Foor-Hogue joined the science staff at South Carroll High School, chemistry enrollment was so low that it constituted less than a full teaching assignment.
SPORTS
By PETER BAKER | July 20, 1995
OCEAN CITY -- Sunday afternoon, charter boat captains, fishermen and their families were gathered in the shade of the Flying Fish Saloon, awaiting the weigh-ins on the final day of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament.Now, one might have expected the focus of the small, vocal crowd at the Ocean City Fishing Center to be centered on tuna. Instead, most eyes were on a set of television screens, on which the NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., was being shown. It was a race in which Rusty Wallace was challenging for the lead to the great delight of a bartender with a pair of large, silver earrings.
SPORTS
By PETER BAKER | July 20, 1995
OCEAN CITY -- Sunday afternoon, charter boat captains, fishermen and their families were gathered in the shade of the Flying Fish Saloon, awaiting the weigh-ins on the final day of the Ocean City Tuna Tournament.Now, one might have expected the focus of the small, vocal crowd at the Ocean City Fishing Center to be centered on tuna. Instead, most eyes were on a set of television screens, on which the NASCAR race at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond, Pa., was being shown. It was a race in which Rusty Wallace was challenging for the lead to the great delight of a bartender with a pair of large, silver earrings.
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