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January 16, 2007
On January 13, 2007, KATHLEEN E. GEBHART; beloved granddaughter of Elizabeth Green and the late James Green; loving daughter of the late Dianna Crane; devoted mother of Lauren and Christopher Gebhart; loving sister of Michael Lee and his wife Stacey. Friends are invited to call at the BURGEE-HENSS-SEITZ FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3631 Falls Road, on Wednesday, from 11 to Noon, at which time funeral service will be held.
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January 16, 2007
On January 13, 2007, KATHLEEN E. GEBHART; beloved granddaughter of Elizabeth Green and the late James Green; loving daughter of the late Dianna Crane; devoted mother of Lauren and Christopher Gebhart; loving sister of Michael Lee and his wife Stacey. Friends are invited to call at the BURGEE-HENSS-SEITZ FUNERAL HOME, INC., 3631 Falls Road, on Wednesday, from 11 to Noon, at which time funeral service will be held.
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By LUKE BROADWATER | March 11, 2006
Archbishop Curley President the Rev. Michael Martin fired wrestling coach Alan Gebhart yesterday over what Gebhart described as a personality conflict between the two men. Gebhart, who is also a member of Curley's school board, served as the school's wrestling coach for 19 years and guided the Friars to No. 1 state rankings in 1998 and 2002. Since 1996, Curley had crowned 26 individual Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association champions, the third-highest total in the league. "It was a difference in philosophy, and the school wanted to move in a different direction," Barry Stitz, the school's vice president for advancement, said.
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By LUKE BROADWATER | March 11, 2006
Archbishop Curley President the Rev. Michael Martin fired wrestling coach Alan Gebhart yesterday over what Gebhart described as a personality conflict between the two men. Gebhart, who is also a member of Curley's school board, served as the school's wrestling coach for 19 years and guided the Friars to No. 1 state rankings in 1998 and 2002. Since 1996, Curley had crowned 26 individual Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association champions, the third-highest total in the league. "It was a difference in philosophy, and the school wanted to move in a different direction," Barry Stitz, the school's vice president for advancement, said.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff writer | December 18, 1991
The principal of Carroll's vo-tech school, hoping to bring his salary in line with the heads of the county's five high schools, pleaded his case before the state Board of Education yesterday.Robert L. Gebhart, Carroll County Career and Technology Center principal, wants the state board to reverse the decisions of the five-member Carroll Board of Education and an administrative law judge that denied his request for more money."All he is looking for is to play on a level playing field," attorney Paul Engel, representing Gebhart, told the 11-member state board.
NEWS
April 22, 2004
On Monday, April 19, 2004, CECELIA A. FRITZ (nee Gebhart) beloved wife of George L. Fritz, devoted mother of George F., and Albert L. Fritz, dear mother-in-law of Teresa and Karen Fritz, beloved grandmother of Gregory, Elizabeth, Paul, David, Derek and Daniel Fritz, dear sister of Marie Frank and Kay Brown and the late Angela Auer, Gerald Gebhart and Fred Gebhart and loving daughter of the late Frank and Blanche Gebhart, devoted member of Alcoholic Anonymous...
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1999
A Harford County woman accused of blocking the car of a driver who parked illegally in a handicapped space was granted a jury trial yesterday by a District Court judge.Linda Shepard-Gebhart was charged with disturbing the peace and false imprisonment after a May 13 incident at the Bagel Works on Churchville Road in which Shepard-Gebhart blocked Gay Joyce Smithson's car and summoned police.Shepard-Gebhart faces a possible 60 days or more in jail and a $500 fine if found guilty. No date has been set for the jury trial granted by Judge Emory A. Plitt, who fined Smithson $100 yesterday for parking illegally.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Childs Walker and Mary Gail Hare and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2002
An ethics investigation of Carroll Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge conducted this year was a groundless attack by Gouge's political enemies, said the commissioner's daughter in a letter delivered yesterday to local newspapers. "At this point, I want to kill the rumors and make this issue public," Jill Gebhart, Gouge's daughter, said in a telephone interview yesterday. The investigation stemmed from a confrontation in December between Gebhart and contractor Charles Stambaugh, who was installing a sewer line from the road to Gebhart's business.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Dorsey | June 25, 1998
"The Penn State Tradition," opening at Clayworks on Saturday, brings together ceramics by a group of Penn State University instructors and their former students, now alumni.Curator Tina Gebhart, herself a Penn State alumna and recipient of a Clayworks fellowship, emphasizes the quality, volume of production and work ethic of this group of artists, which includes instructors Chuck Aydlett, David Dontigney, Liz Quackenbush and Chris Staley and 21 of their former students, including Gebhart, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Marina Kuchinski and Joe Van Zants.
NEWS
By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | August 22, 2002
The Carroll County Ethics Commission rebutted yesterday claims that its recent investigation of Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge unfairly extended to Gouge's daughter. "Our ethics ordinance does not govern private citizens who are not employees or officers of the county," wrote committee spokesman and member James F.W. Talley. "This has been understood and meticulously honored since the adoption of the ordinance at issue. The investigation focused on the commissioner, not on any private citizen."
NEWS
April 22, 2004
On Monday, April 19, 2004, CECELIA A. FRITZ (nee Gebhart) beloved wife of George L. Fritz, devoted mother of George F., and Albert L. Fritz, dear mother-in-law of Teresa and Karen Fritz, beloved grandmother of Gregory, Elizabeth, Paul, David, Derek and Daniel Fritz, dear sister of Marie Frank and Kay Brown and the late Angela Auer, Gerald Gebhart and Fred Gebhart and loving daughter of the late Frank and Blanche Gebhart, devoted member of Alcoholic Anonymous...
NEWS
By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | August 22, 2002
The Carroll County Ethics Commission rebutted yesterday claims that its recent investigation of Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge unfairly extended to Gouge's daughter. "Our ethics ordinance does not govern private citizens who are not employees or officers of the county," wrote committee spokesman and member James F.W. Talley. "This has been understood and meticulously honored since the adoption of the ordinance at issue. The investigation focused on the commissioner, not on any private citizen."
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Childs Walker and Mary Gail Hare and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | August 14, 2002
An ethics investigation of Carroll Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge conducted this year was a groundless attack by Gouge's political enemies, said the commissioner's daughter in a letter delivered yesterday to local newspapers. "At this point, I want to kill the rumors and make this issue public," Jill Gebhart, Gouge's daughter, said in a telephone interview yesterday. The investigation stemmed from a confrontation in December between Gebhart and contractor Charles Stambaugh, who was installing a sewer line from the road to Gebhart's business.
NEWS
By GREGORY KANE | April 22, 2001
SO BALTIMORE thinks it has the juice, the muscle, the moxie to pull off having the 2012 Olympic Games in the Baltimore-Washington area, eh? We have a chance to prove it, and, if preliminary ticket sales and corporate sponsorship are any indication, we're going to blow it. An event of Olympic magnitude is scheduled for this city on the first weekend of next month, but you probably don't know it. The mayor hasn't whooped it up - but he should, because if...
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2000
Archbishop Curley High School, a Roman Catholic boys school in Northeast Baltimore, has received a $1 million gift from a Cockeysville businessman in what is believed to be the largest donation to a secondary school owned by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Alan J. Gebhart, owner of a company that owns and manages commercial and residential real estate, made the gift to the school's endowment trust fund, which pays for student scholarships, faculty development, facility improvements and information technology.
NEWS
By Pat Brodowski and Pat Brodowski,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 25, 1999
WHEN Jill Gebhart of Hampstead starts jamming in the kitchen, friends know it is not music she's making, but some 50 sweet spreads from hand-picked local fruit.Friends who savored the jars of jelly Gebhart would stir up for gifts encouraged her to make more.In the past year, the idea of producing lots of jam became a serious goal. She plans to greet the millennium having produced 15,000 jars of jam and jelly.Gebhart, who takes her sons, ages 8, 5 and 2, berry picking, has decided her jelly will help put her sons through college.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2000
Archbishop Curley High School, a Roman Catholic boys school in Northeast Baltimore, has received a $1 million gift from a Cockeysville businessman in what is believed to be the largest donation to a secondary school owned by the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Alan J. Gebhart, owner of a company that owns and manages commercial and residential real estate, made the gift to the school's endowment trust fund, which pays for student scholarships, faculty development, facility improvements and information technology.
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | July 22, 1999
Linda Shepard-Gebhart says she took a stand for those who can't -- and is in big trouble because of it.Gebhart, 49, has been charged with disturbing the peace and false imprisonment after blocking the car of a driver who parked illegally in a handicapped space. The Harford County woman is facing an Aug. 6 hearing, with the possibility of 60 days or more in jail and a $500 fine, after what she says was an attempt to stop the misuse of parking spaces for the disabled."This whole thing is idiotic as far as I am concerned," said Gebhart, who lives in Churchville.
NEWS
August 11, 1999
LINDA Shepard-Gebhart was right. Her "citizen's arrest" of a woman who had illegally parked in a handicapped spot in Bel Air made a point that can't be ignored.Too often, able-bodied people think nothing of parking in handicapped spaces. Or they falsify applications for a handicapped permit for convenience sake, as did 14 recently fined UCLA football players.But Ms. Shepard-Gebhart was wrong, too. You don't take the law into your own hands, as she did when she blocked Gay Joyce Smithson's vehicle with her own outside a Bel Air bagel shop.
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1999
A Harford County woman accused of blocking the car of a driver who parked illegally in a handicapped space was granted a jury trial yesterday by a District Court judge.Linda Shepard-Gebhart was charged with disturbing the peace and false imprisonment after a May 13 incident at the Bagel Works on Churchville Road in which Shepard-Gebhart blocked Gay Joyce Smithson's car and summoned police.Shepard-Gebhart faces a possible 60 days or more in jail and a $500 fine if found guilty. No date has been set for the jury trial granted by Judge Emory A. Plitt, who fined Smithson $100 yesterday for parking illegally.
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