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October 5, 2005
MR. MORTON LLEWELLYN GOOCH, JR., died October 1, 2005 at Halifax Regional Hospital in South Boston. Native of Baltimore, MD he was the son of Morton Llewellyn, Sr. and Mary Frances Beasten Gooch. A graduate of the University of Baltimore, Mr. Gooch served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean Conflict. He was a Mason and Shriner; was former President of Maryland Motor Truck Association and was retired from Williams Transfer, a company he owned and operated. Mr. Gooch is survived by his daughter, Janet Gooch and son, William Gooch both of Baltimore, MD. Also surviving are brother, Robert Gooch of Arnold, MD and granddaughter, Kelly Nicole Gooch of Baltimore, MD. Private services will be held at a later date.
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FEATURES
By L'Oreal Thompson, The Baltimore Sun | February 11, 2013
Wedding date: Jan. 13, 2013 Wayne's story: Wayne Gooch, 58, grew up in Cleveland. He is retired from Verizon and regularly volunteers at food banks in Rehoboth Beach, Del. His father, James, and his mother, Julia, are both deceased. Russell's story: Russell Keys, 50, grew up in Baltimore. He is a communications representative for Verizon. His father, William, is deceased, and his mother, Carrie, is retired. Their story: Wayne and Russell met at a club in Washington on Jan. 13, 1989.
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NEWS
October 11, 2003
On October 9, 2003, RUTH MARION TAYLOR GOOCH, devoted wife of William A. Gooch, Sr., beloved mother of William A. Gooch, Jr. and his wife Susan. Dear grandmother of Mark Gooch, dear sister of Frank Taylor and his wife Mary. Also survived by nephews Kurt and Doug Taylor, niece Gail Taylor Rossi and cousin Lorraine Hasbrouck and her husband JohnFriends may call at the Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, 333 S. Parke St., Aberdeen, MD on Sunday at 4 P.M. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The ASPCA or the American Heart Association.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David L. Ulin and David L. Ulin,Los Angeles Times | February 22, 2009
Flannery: A Life of Flannery O'Connor By Brad Gooch Little, Brown / 416 pages / $30 Brad Gooch opens Flannery, his biography of Flannery O'Connor, with a lost moment: an account of how when O'Connor was 5, the Pathe newsreel company sent a cameraman to her home in Savannah, Ga., to film a chicken she had trained to walk backward. Such an image highlights O'Connor's lifelong fascination with birds, but most telling is that even at this age, she was elusive, standing just outside our grasp.
SPORTS
By DON VITEK | August 28, 1994
Everyone is equal on the lanes -- young, old, men and women can compete and win under the handicap system.But when you're a young woman, 5 feet, 2 inches, with less than two years of bowling experience and no experience in national competition, that idea seems far-fetched when you're faced with a man who towers over you and outweighs you by 100-plus pounds and the television lights come on."That's when I got a little nervous," said Stephanie Gooch, of Arnold. "When I had to walk out on the lanes with the television lights blazing.
NEWS
August 29, 2002
Robert T. Gooch, a retired Crown, Cork & Seal Co. superintendent and World War II veteran, died of a heart attack Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 77 and lived in Randallstown. Mr. Gooch, who was born in Baltimore and raised in the Woodberry neighborhood, dropped out of Polytechnic Institute to enlist in the Army Air Forces during World War II. He served in England with the 8th Air Force, loading bombers for European runs. After being discharged, he returned to Baltimore and finished his education at Poly.
SPORTS
By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 31, 2002
WHEATON - Mount St. Joseph's football players proved they were in better physical condition than Good Counsel's last night, but that wasn't enough to earn a win in the opener for both schools. Five Falcons went down with cramps in the second half. Nevertheless, the Gaels doomed themselves with a variety of miscues in a 35-21 loss before an estimated 2,000 at Good Counsel. Mount St. Joe senior quarterback Nick Tanis, who led the state as a junior in passing yards (2,342) and touchdown passes (36)
SPORTS
March 15, 1998
BaseballAstros: Reassigned C Ramon Castro, OF Rob Butler, P Scott Elarton, P Freddy Garcia, P Mike Grzanich, former Oriole P Bob Milacki and P Roger Salkeld to their minor-league camp.Blue Jays: Traded RHP Tim Crabtree to the Rangers for C Kevin Brown.Giants: Optioned OF Calvin Murray to Triple-A Fresno and INF Pedro Felix to Double-A Shreveport. Reassigned RHP Rick Huisman to their minor-league camp.Mets: Signed INF Chad Fonville to a minor-league contract. Assigned RHP Derek Wallace and 1B Jay Payton to Triple-A Norfolk and RHP Octavio Dotel, RHP Arnold Gooch and OF Scott Hunter to Double-A Binghamton.
NEWS
June 18, 1993
Rev. Nelson Davis Jr.Methodist pastorThe Rev. Nelson Davis Jr., a former Baptist minister who had served as pastor of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Reisterstown and Piney Grove United Methodist Church in Boring since 1987, died June 10 of complications from diabetes at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown. He was 59.The two churches and Glyndon United Methodist Church, which has its own pastor, make up the Glyndon Parish.Dr. Davis, who already had a doctorate in theology, began studies at Wesley Theological Seminary, a Methodist institution, in 1987.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 22, 1997
Alvie Shepherd was tagged for nine runs -- seven earned -- on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings last night as the Binghamton Mets beat the Bowie Baysox, 9-7, in the first game of a Double-A Eastern League doubleheader at Prince George's Stadium.Four pitchers combined on a five-hit shutout of Bowie in the second game, giving the Mets a sweep with a 1-0 victory.In the opener, Chris Kirgan went 3-for-4 and Melvin Rosario went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and five RBIs for the Baysox (51-50).Arnold Gooch (7-9)
NEWS
October 5, 2005
MR. MORTON LLEWELLYN GOOCH, JR., died October 1, 2005 at Halifax Regional Hospital in South Boston. Native of Baltimore, MD he was the son of Morton Llewellyn, Sr. and Mary Frances Beasten Gooch. A graduate of the University of Baltimore, Mr. Gooch served in the U.S. Marines during the Korean Conflict. He was a Mason and Shriner; was former President of Maryland Motor Truck Association and was retired from Williams Transfer, a company he owned and operated. Mr. Gooch is survived by his daughter, Janet Gooch and son, William Gooch both of Baltimore, MD. Also surviving are brother, Robert Gooch of Arnold, MD and granddaughter, Kelly Nicole Gooch of Baltimore, MD. Private services will be held at a later date.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2004
Theodore Noble Geppert, a former Secret Service agent who became a longtime advocate for adults with mental retardation, died of lymphoma Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 62. Born and raised in Clearfield, Pa., Mr. Geppert moved to Washington after graduating from high school and became a District of Columbia and White House police officer before joining the Secret Service in 1966. Mr. Geppert, who earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from American University in 1973, was a member of the presidential security detail.
NEWS
October 11, 2003
On October 9, 2003, RUTH MARION TAYLOR GOOCH, devoted wife of William A. Gooch, Sr., beloved mother of William A. Gooch, Jr. and his wife Susan. Dear grandmother of Mark Gooch, dear sister of Frank Taylor and his wife Mary. Also survived by nephews Kurt and Doug Taylor, niece Gail Taylor Rossi and cousin Lorraine Hasbrouck and her husband JohnFriends may call at the Tarring-Cargo Funeral Home, 333 S. Parke St., Aberdeen, MD on Sunday at 4 P.M. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The ASPCA or the American Heart Association.
SPORTS
By Nathan Max and Nathan Max,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 31, 2002
WHEATON - Mount St. Joseph's football players proved they were in better physical condition than Good Counsel's last night, but that wasn't enough to earn a win in the opener for both schools. Five Falcons went down with cramps in the second half. Nevertheless, the Gaels doomed themselves with a variety of miscues in a 35-21 loss before an estimated 2,000 at Good Counsel. Mount St. Joe senior quarterback Nick Tanis, who led the state as a junior in passing yards (2,342) and touchdown passes (36)
NEWS
August 29, 2002
Robert T. Gooch, a retired Crown, Cork & Seal Co. superintendent and World War II veteran, died of a heart attack Friday at St. Joseph Medical Center. He was 77 and lived in Randallstown. Mr. Gooch, who was born in Baltimore and raised in the Woodberry neighborhood, dropped out of Polytechnic Institute to enlist in the Army Air Forces during World War II. He served in England with the 8th Air Force, loading bombers for European runs. After being discharged, he returned to Baltimore and finished his education at Poly.
SPORTS
March 15, 1998
BaseballAstros: Reassigned C Ramon Castro, OF Rob Butler, P Scott Elarton, P Freddy Garcia, P Mike Grzanich, former Oriole P Bob Milacki and P Roger Salkeld to their minor-league camp.Blue Jays: Traded RHP Tim Crabtree to the Rangers for C Kevin Brown.Giants: Optioned OF Calvin Murray to Triple-A Fresno and INF Pedro Felix to Double-A Shreveport. Reassigned RHP Rick Huisman to their minor-league camp.Mets: Signed INF Chad Fonville to a minor-league contract. Assigned RHP Derek Wallace and 1B Jay Payton to Triple-A Norfolk and RHP Octavio Dotel, RHP Arnold Gooch and OF Scott Hunter to Double-A Binghamton.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | June 4, 1996
A handful of pretty decent sitcom repeats and a chance to see which "Odd Couple" you like better are the highlights tonight."The Maury Povich Show" (11 a.m.-noon, WMAR, Channel 2) -- A couple from Takoma Park are among folks relating their horror stories about trying to have children in a show titled "Baby-Making Nightmares." Joseph and Charlotte Gooch were patients of Dr. Cecil Jacobson, who was prosecuted on charges of implanting 75 women with his own sperm. The Gooches say he falsely diagnosed three pregnancies and three miscarriages for Charlotte Gooch.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2004
Theodore Noble Geppert, a former Secret Service agent who became a longtime advocate for adults with mental retardation, died of lymphoma Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Ellicott City resident was 62. Born and raised in Clearfield, Pa., Mr. Geppert moved to Washington after graduating from high school and became a District of Columbia and White House police officer before joining the Secret Service in 1966. Mr. Geppert, who earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from American University in 1973, was a member of the presidential security detail.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 22, 1997
Alvie Shepherd was tagged for nine runs -- seven earned -- on eight hits over 5 2/3 innings last night as the Binghamton Mets beat the Bowie Baysox, 9-7, in the first game of a Double-A Eastern League doubleheader at Prince George's Stadium.Four pitchers combined on a five-hit shutout of Bowie in the second game, giving the Mets a sweep with a 1-0 victory.In the opener, Chris Kirgan went 3-for-4 and Melvin Rosario went 2-for-3 with a grand slam and five RBIs for the Baysox (51-50).Arnold Gooch (7-9)
NEWS
By Judith Schlesinger and Judith Schlesinger,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 16, 1996
"The Golden Age of Promiscuity" by Brad Gooch Knopf. 301 pages. $24.This novel about the Seventies world of gay cliques and clubs offers some light but surprisingly little heat, for all its explicitness. The fabled promiscuity is numbing and dreamlike; often violent, it would be a nightmare if it had any passion.The narrator is Sean, a Columbia student in 1972 who drops out, moves to Greenwich Village, becomes a hard-core porn filmmaker and embarks on a series of joyless, experimental couplings.
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