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January 24, 2004
On January 22, 2004, HENRY WATTERSON, JR. "HANK"; beloved husband of Katherine Ey Garvin (nee Beck); loving father of William and James Garvin; much loved stepfather of Jerry, Robin, Phillip, Jeff and Donna Ey and Peggy Kraft; devoted grandfather of seven and great-grandfather of eight. Funeral services will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11750 Belair Road (Kingsville), on Saturday at 11 A.M. Interment Zion Cemetery. Friends may call on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Memorials may be sent to the Cancer Research Center of Franklin Square Hospital, Baltimore, MD 21237.
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By Matt Vensel, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
Terence Garvin tried to curb his enthusiasm, but he had a feeling his name would be called. After all, in the weeks leading up to the NFL draft, the Atlanta Falcons had been constantly calling his phone. The Loyola High graduate had worked out for the Ravens in Owings Mills. And on the final day of April's draft, the Detroit Lions told him to have his phone ready. All seven rounds passed without the former West Virginia standout's name being announced, so he accepted an invitation to try out for the Pittsburgh Steelers at their rookie minicamp.
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NEWS
June 25, 2007
On June 18, 2007, ANNA M. GARVIN. On Tuesday, friends may call at Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (East), 4905 York Road where the family will receive friends from 3-8 P.M. On Wednesday, services will be held at River of Life Christian Center, 5225 Hamilton Avenue where the family will receive friends from 10:30-11 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2011
A few hours before kickoff, Pat Garvin told her son he would have an interception return for a touchdown Saturday against Maryland, the school she wanted him to play for three years ago out of Loyola. Terence Garvin , West Virginia's junior safety, didn't hear anything his mother - or anyone else - was saying. It only got worse when walked onto the field at Byrd Stadium. "I was too amped up. The first five plays, I was talking to everyone," Garvin recalled a few hours later, after helping the 18th-ranked Mountaineers hold off the Terps , 37-31.
NEWS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2008
A recent transplant from North Dakota, Loyola quarterback Connor Bruns didn't know quite what to expect in his first start against archrival Calvert Hall in yesterday's 89th Turkey Bowl. He didn't need long to find out. The strong-armed junior threw fourth-down touchdown passes on his team's first two possessions, and teammate Terence Garvin added a career-high 190 rushing yards as the No. 2 Dons polished off a perfect season with a 35-0 win before an announced 12,347 at M&T Bank Stadium.
NEWS
By Ericka Blount Danois and Ericka Blount Danois,Special to The Sun | August 5, 2007
Gerry Garvin struts down the aisle with a black chef's smock, sunglasses, knee-length khaki shorts and clogs to deliver a cooking presentation at a health fair at a local church. As he prepares to make four dishes featuring cherry tomatoes, including ones with clams, mussels, and Chilean sea bass, a woman in the audience begins walking toward the back of the church. "Where you going?" he asks as he prepares the pan with oil. "Don't walk out when I'm trying to do my thing!" Garvin, who is in his late 30s and lives in Los Angeles, does his thing most days on TV One's Turn Up the Heat with G. Garvin.
BUSINESS
By Liz Steinberg and Liz Steinberg,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2002
After 20 years of renting, including 10 in public housing, Lisette Garvin finally has a home she can call her own. Although she considers herself blessed, getting a home wasn't simple. Garvin, a single mother, got herself off welfare, got a job and, three years ago, at the age of 39, was able to join in the "American dream," buying a narrow, three-story rowhouse in the Washington Hill section of Baltimore. "It's like everything I've ever wanted to get," said Garvin, an employee of the Maryland Division of Correction, who had her family's needs in mind when she bought her home.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 23, 2007
Loyola's 6-foot-2, 200-pound Terence Garvin is a strong, elusive and slippery running back. When he runs behind a line that executes textbook blocking, it's big trouble for opposing defenses. And that's what Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy got yesterday in a visit to Ed Hargaden Field, as top-ranked Loyola (4-0) rolled to a 35-14 victory. Garvin carried 21 times for 164 yards and touchdowns on runs of 2 and 38 yards. His second score came with 9:15 left in the game to give the Dons a 28-14 lead over the highly touted prep school, which fell to 3-1. Wide receiver Brandon Floyd's block allowed Garvin to reach the left corner of the end zone and was indicative of how contagious the blocking became for Loyola.
NEWS
By Greg Esposito and Greg Esposito,ROANOKE TIMES | September 12, 2002
ROANOKE, Va. - Dr. John Garvin's favorite place in the world is within walking distance of his front door. "This will be good," Garvin excitedly whispered as he made his way to the edge of the woods behind his Roanoke County home. The morning sun had come out from behind clouds - illuminating his squirrel sanctuary and encouraging some of its animals to make their presence known. Garvin, 56, is an emergency room physician, and he is also one of 15 licensed rehabilitators with Wildlife Care Alliance.
NEWS
May 27, 2005
On May 25, 2005, EVELYN LILLIAN SULLIVAN of Joppa, MD. Beloved wife of the late Daniel G. Sullivan. Devoted mother of Jeri A. Wilson and her husband Robert Wilson. Loving sister of Marilyn Nurge. Also survived by two grandsons Keith D. Garvin and his wife Shannon and Scott Garvin and his wife Angela and two great-granddaughters Shannon E. and Serena A. Garvin. Services will be held in the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD on Saturday, May 28, 2005 at 9:30 P.M. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, Bel Air, Maryland.
NEWS
December 3, 2009
On December 1, 2009, LAWRENCE S. GARVIN; beloved husband of Helen Garvin. On Sunday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (East), 4905 York Road, where the family will receive friends from 3 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mr. Garvin will lie in state at New Antioch Church, 2401 St. Paul Street, where the family will receive friends from 10:30 to 11 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 433-7500.
NEWS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2008
A recent transplant from North Dakota, Loyola quarterback Connor Bruns didn't know quite what to expect in his first start against archrival Calvert Hall in yesterday's 89th Turkey Bowl. He didn't need long to find out. The strong-armed junior threw fourth-down touchdown passes on his team's first two possessions, and teammate Terence Garvin added a career-high 190 rushing yards as the No. 2 Dons polished off a perfect season with a 35-0 win before an announced 12,347 at M&T Bank Stadium.
NEWS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2008
Loyola's Dons won their battle with rival Mount St. Joseph, but they lost something much more important yesterday. With 7:42 left in the first half of No. 2 Loyola's 20-7 win over the visiting Gaels, quarterback Leon Kinnard was tackled after a short gain at the Mount St. Joseph 17-yard-line. The play looked innocent enough, but Kinnard lay on the field in obvious pain. "He broke his [right] leg," Loyola coach Brian Abbott said of his quarterback, who has a scholarship to play at Connecticut next season.
NEWS
September 26, 2007
BOYS Terence Garvin Loyola, football Garvin led the top-ranked Dons (4-0) to a 35-14 victory over Fork Union Military Academy, a Virginia prep school powerhouse that has a couple of Division I-bound players and some fifth-year 19-year olds. Garvin, a 6-foot-2, 200-pound junior running back-defensive back, rushed for 164 yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts. Both of Garvin's touchdown runs - from 2 and 38 yards out - came in the second half. His second score gave the Dons a 28-14 lead with 9:15 left in the game.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | September 23, 2007
Loyola's 6-foot-2, 200-pound Terence Garvin is a strong, elusive and slippery running back. When he runs behind a line that executes textbook blocking, it's big trouble for opposing defenses. And that's what Fork Union (Va.) Military Academy got yesterday in a visit to Ed Hargaden Field, as top-ranked Loyola (4-0) rolled to a 35-14 victory. Garvin carried 21 times for 164 yards and touchdowns on runs of 2 and 38 yards. His second score came with 9:15 left in the game to give the Dons a 28-14 lead over the highly touted prep school, which fell to 3-1. Wide receiver Brandon Floyd's block allowed Garvin to reach the left corner of the end zone and was indicative of how contagious the blocking became for Loyola.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | September 16, 2007
Terrence Garvin rushed for two touchdowns, from 34 and 3 yards, and Leon Kinnard threw two touchdown passes to power the No. 2 Loyola football team past host Landon, 27-6, yesterday. Loyola's defense held the Bears (0-2) to six points, a 1-yard touchdown run by Ray Lynn with 6:28 left in the second quarter. Kinnard completed both touchdown passes in the first half and Garvin scored in the second half for the Dons (3-0). Loyola will host Fork Union Military Academy on Saturday at noon.
NEWS
By Deborah I. Greene and Deborah I. Greene,Baltimore County Bureau of The Sun | January 15, 1991
As police searched for murder suspect Steven H. Oken, they found in his White Marsh home a grisly shopping list that included gags, chloroform, surgical gloves and "dark pantyhose to cover hair and face."Prosecutors at Oken's murder trial in Baltimore County Circuit Court offered yesterday that list and testimony from people who lived near Dawn Marie Garvin, 20, as evidence that Oken had plotted several sex-related slayings in November 1987, including the killing of Mrs. Garvin, a White Marsh newlywed.
NEWS
By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Evening Sun Staff | January 10, 1991
Prosecutor Scott Shellenberger stood over a seated Steven H. Oken today in Baltimore County Circuit Court and pointed his finger in Oken's face."Dawn Garvin was murdered with this man's gun, which police found in this man's house," Shellenberger almost shouted, giving a jury his opening statement in the trial of Oken, who is accused of raping and killing Dawn Romano Garvin, 20, on Nov. 2, 1987. The state is seeking the death penalty.Wearing a dark blue suit and glasses that hid his pale expression, Oken, 29, did not look up from the yellow legal pad on which he had been making occasional notes.
NEWS
August 5, 2007
Ericka Blount Danois is native of Washington who lives in Baltimore. She has written for regional publications, including Baltimore magazine and The Washington Post. In this edition, Danois talks with Gerry Garvin of TV One's Turn Up The Heat with G. Garvin, who was in town recently. In another article, she writes about Baltimore's Mo'Nique who continues her crusade for acceptance of plus-size women. Danois asks experts about whether what Mo'Nique is promoting is healthy for women of color.
NEWS
By Ericka Blount Danois and Ericka Blount Danois,Special to The Sun | August 5, 2007
Gerry Garvin struts down the aisle with a black chef's smock, sunglasses, knee-length khaki shorts and clogs to deliver a cooking presentation at a health fair at a local church. As he prepares to make four dishes featuring cherry tomatoes, including ones with clams, mussels, and Chilean sea bass, a woman in the audience begins walking toward the back of the church. "Where you going?" he asks as he prepares the pan with oil. "Don't walk out when I'm trying to do my thing!" Garvin, who is in his late 30s and lives in Los Angeles, does his thing most days on TV One's Turn Up the Heat with G. Garvin.
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