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April 5, 2003
On Wednesday, April 2, 2003. The beloved son of Paul S. and Carole M. Gilmour, brother of Sean T. Gilmour, grandson of Thomas and Gloria McDonald, Roy and Jennifer Gilmour. Friends may call at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERAL HOME, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD, on Sunday from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, April 7, at 11 A.M. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, Annapolis, MD. Interment Lakemont Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Christopher's name to Central Special Education School, 140 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD 21037.
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April 18, 2006
On April 16, 2006, RICHARD JOHN; beloved husband of Marie Gilmour (nee Cavallo); dear brother of the late William Walker Gilmour. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 3204 Mountain Road (Pasadena ), on Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10 A.M. Interment Crownsville Veteran Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Galilee Luthern Church, 4652 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122 or the U.M.M.
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NEWS
April 18, 2006
On April 16, 2006, RICHARD JOHN; beloved husband of Marie Gilmour (nee Cavallo); dear brother of the late William Walker Gilmour. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated MCCULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 3204 Mountain Road (Pasadena ), on Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral service will be held on Thursday at 10 A.M. Interment Crownsville Veteran Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Galilee Luthern Church, 4652 Mountain Road, Pasadena, MD 21122 or the U.M.M.
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By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,SUN STAFF | October 20, 2004
The exotic blue bottle in the silver slipper sitting at your elbow in that four-star restaurant is a sure sign that you are trading up in the world. It is Fiji Water, liquid money from an aquifer in the South Pacific, more than 1,500 miles from civilization and its pollutants. The square bottle sells for twice as much as the average bottle of water, but the select grocery stores that carry it, like Trader Joe's, report that it sells very well. "We run a food democracy," said Trader Joe's spokeswoman Diane O'Connor.
SPORTS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 4, 1997
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It's a new spring and Doug Gilmour is again in his familiar spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. For the fifth time in his playoff career, Gilmour was matched face to face with Wayne Gretzky on Friday night, this time in New Jersey.Gilmour put to practice all the little intricacies he has learned over the years playing against Gretzky. He contributed a great deal in keeping the Great One at bay in Friday night's 2-0 New Jersey victory, in effect becoming one of the standout pieces in a team defense that gave the Devils the quick upper hand in this series.
SPORTS
By Mike Kiley and Mike Kiley,Chicago Tribune | December 15, 1991
-- Just as George Bush and Dan Quayle dislike Garry Trudeau, who tickles only their angry bones in "Doonesbury," so the Calgary Flames' Doug Gilmour thinks hockey cartoonist Dave Elston isn't funny.The center has reacted with pained fury to being lampooned. A Calgary Sun cartoon last week poked at him for his complaints that $750,000 a year, the sum awarded him by a NHL arbiter, wasn't enough.Elston caricatured Gilmour at an adopt-a-family table applying for funding as one of the holiday season's neediest families, evoking a Christmas promotion run by the paper.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 1, 2001
When Anna Marie Darlington-Gilmour took over as president of the Annapolis Opera Company in May 1998, she found that the organization had six subscribers. Today, there are about 150. In the meantime, the budget has grown to $250,000 from $75,000. Board member Felix Rosario ponders the source of Darlington-Gilmour's success. "Her enthusiasm and love of opera are so contagious and hard to resist," he said, "that corporations, businesses and private donors give generously to support the Annapolis Opera Company."
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 13, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- The opening race of the defender trials in the America's Cup was postponed yesterday because of heavy seas and unsafe sailing conditions in the Pacific Ocean off Point Loma.But though weather has pushed back the start of racing by only a day, a squall of controversy is blowing through the field of challengers -- and it might, in effect, come close to sinking the Nippon Challenge.The center of the controversy is Peter Gilmour, an Australian by birth who has been the sailing coach for the Japanese team since last January.
BUSINESS
October 13, 1994
Insurer seized in VirginiaVirginia regulators have seized HOW Insurance Co., the nation's leading insurer of new-home warranties, and will temporarily process emergency claims of the financially troubled company while they sort out its assets.The State Corporation Commission is assessing whether those assets will be enough to cover major claims filed from policyholders in and out of state, spokesman Ken Schrad said yesterday.Under an agreement reached Tuesday between state officials and lawyers for HOW, the Virginia Bureau of Insurance will process major claims until a court can decide whether HOW is insolvent.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 14, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- Nippon Challenge, the Japanese syndicate that will not have its best skipper at the helm in America's Cup competition, yesterday was slotted to open the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger trials today against oneAustralia.With John Bertrand as skipper, oneAustralia has been the fastest boat on the water here since winning the International America's Cup Class world championships last fall.Australian-born Peter Gilmour, Nippon's sailing coach and the No. 2-ranked match racing skipper in the world, was added to Nippon's crew list last month.
NEWS
April 5, 2003
On Wednesday, April 2, 2003. The beloved son of Paul S. and Carole M. Gilmour, brother of Sean T. Gilmour, grandson of Thomas and Gloria McDonald, Roy and Jennifer Gilmour. Friends may call at the GEORGE P. KALAS FUNERAL HOME, 2973 Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD, on Sunday from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Monday, April 7, at 11 A.M. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, Annapolis, MD. Interment Lakemont Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in Christopher's name to Central Special Education School, 140 Stepneys Lane, Edgewater, MD 21037.
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 26, 2001
The 28th annual Annapolis Opera Gala took fund raising to new heights, featuring dancing to a big band, a three-course dinner with wine, silent and live auctions, and a concert of operatic arias and Neapolitan songs by tenor Israel Lozano, accompanied by the opera's music director, Ronald Gretz. The partygoers - some in opera costume, others in formal attire - lent their own elegance to the affair in the ballroom of the Naval Academy Officers' Club. They were, by and large, high-spirited, fun-loving opera fans.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 1, 2001
When Anna Marie Darlington-Gilmour took over as president of the Annapolis Opera Company in May 1998, she found that the organization had six subscribers. Today, there are about 150. In the meantime, the budget has grown to $250,000 from $75,000. Board member Felix Rosario ponders the source of Darlington-Gilmour's success. "Her enthusiasm and love of opera are so contagious and hard to resist," he said, "that corporations, businesses and private donors give generously to support the Annapolis Opera Company."
SPORTS
By Bruce Stannard and Bruce Stannard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 6, 2000
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Anyone who bets up to $80 million on a boat race is bound to be a sore loser. Patrizio Bertelli, the syndicate boss of Italian entry Prada, has not lost. Not yet. But he's getting closer to the point of no return. Which is why he apparently allowed his Tuscan temper to get the better of him yesterday after his America's Cup challenger contender, Luna Rossa, broke its "lucky" mast and allowed rival AmericaOne to cruise round the course for an easy win. The extraordinary bawling out he gave his mild-mannered Neapolitan skipper, Francesco de Angelis, and other crew in a not-so-private anteroom at the media center is seen as further evidence that his hitherto super-cool Italian campaign is at last coming off the rails.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 9, 1998
For 15 years, Anna Marie Darlington-Gilmour helped raise money, sell tickets and play hostess to visiting singers when they came to town to sing with the Philadelphia Opera or participate in the voice competition.Now she plans to use the skills she learned there to help the Annapolis Opera grow.Darlington-Gilmour, 53, the new president of the company, is talking about aggressive fund raising, programs aimed at high school students and fall-to-spring seasons of fully staged operas in their original languages playing to sold-out houses at Maryland Hall.
SPORTS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 4, 1997
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It's a new spring and Doug Gilmour is again in his familiar spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. For the fifth time in his playoff career, Gilmour was matched face to face with Wayne Gretzky on Friday night, this time in New Jersey.Gilmour put to practice all the little intricacies he has learned over the years playing against Gretzky. He contributed a great deal in keeping the Great One at bay in Friday night's 2-0 New Jersey victory, in effect becoming one of the standout pieces in a team defense that gave the Devils the quick upper hand in this series.
NEWS
By Robert M. Pennington of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society | August 29, 1993
75 Years Ago* The most powerful radio station in the United States, and perhaps the world, is now in full operation and located in Annapolis. Secretary of the Navy Daniels was present for the opening when messages were flashed to the Allied nations engaged in the great world conflict. -- The Sun, Sept. 12, 1918.* The Naval Academy will maintain football under war conditions this year. Coach Gilmour Dobie sent 60 men to the training table, including 13 members of the new class. The football players get the same fare as other Midshipmen, but somewhat more liberally.
SPORTS
By Bruce Stannard and Bruce Stannard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 6, 2000
AUCKLAND, New Zealand -- Anyone who bets up to $80 million on a boat race is bound to be a sore loser. Patrizio Bertelli, the syndicate boss of Italian entry Prada, has not lost. Not yet. But he's getting closer to the point of no return. Which is why he apparently allowed his Tuscan temper to get the better of him yesterday after his America's Cup challenger contender, Luna Rossa, broke its "lucky" mast and allowed rival AmericaOne to cruise round the course for an easy win. The extraordinary bawling out he gave his mild-mannered Neapolitan skipper, Francesco de Angelis, and other crew in a not-so-private anteroom at the media center is seen as further evidence that his hitherto super-cool Italian campaign is at last coming off the rails.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 14, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- Nippon Challenge, the Japanese syndicate that will not have its best skipper at the helm in America's Cup competition, yesterday was slotted to open the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger trials today against oneAustralia.With John Bertrand as skipper, oneAustralia has been the fastest boat on the water here since winning the International America's Cup Class world championships last fall.Australian-born Peter Gilmour, Nippon's sailing coach and the No. 2-ranked match racing skipper in the world, was added to Nippon's crew list last month.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 13, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- The opening race of the defender trials in the America's Cup was postponed yesterday because of heavy seas and unsafe sailing conditions in the Pacific Ocean off Point Loma.But though weather has pushed back the start of racing by only a day, a squall of controversy is blowing through the field of challengers -- and it might, in effect, come close to sinking the Nippon Challenge.The center of the controversy is Peter Gilmour, an Australian by birth who has been the sailing coach for the Japanese team since last January.
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