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July 17, 2009
On July 13, 2009, HOPE GOODSON a.k.a VOLDOSSIA H. GOODSON, survived by daughter Crystal A. Gallion, father James Ruffin, brothers Cedric Ruffin and Raymond Ruffin of MD., and Al Ruffin of NJ., sisters Trinnia V. Williams and Vincredius Ruffin, grandchild Emory Woods and a host of other family and friends. Family will receive friends at the family owned WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road Friday from 6 to 8 P.M. Services held Saturday in the Chapel of the above mentioned funeral home 9:30 A.M. wake 10:00 A.M. funeral.
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By Jordan Littman and Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
Before playing El Salvador in the CONCACAF quarterfinals at M&T Bank Stadium, U.S. midfielder Mix Diskerud had some painful memories of last summer's 3-3 tie with the Central American team in the Under-23 Olympic qualifying team. The tying goal came four minutes into added time and cost the U.S. a spot in the London Games. Diskerud, playing with the U.S. national team this year for the first time, said after Sunday's 5-1 win that he still thinks about last summer's game. It doesn't help that a teammate from his club team in Norway, Jaime Alas , constantly sends him a reminder.
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ENTERTAINMENT
January 9, 2005
Dr. and Mrs. Geoffrey Goodson, of Timonium, Maryland, are pleased to announce the marriage of their son Garth, to Vianey Garcia-Osorio, daughter of Dora and Gerardo, of Mexico City. Garth and Vianey recently completed their Ph.D. degrees at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, and they now live in California. The wedding ceremony took place in Cuernavaca, Mexico on December 19, 2004.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2013
Clarence Goodson has spent most of his soccer career in the shadows. At Maryland, where Goodson helped lead the Terps to two straight national semifinal appearances in 2002 and 2003, he was often upstaged by his oldest friend and former Northern Virginia high school teammate, Abe Thompson. For much of his 10-year professional career, Goodson has been considered a solid, steady defender, but has toiled mostly in the obscurity of Norway (IK Start) and Denmark (Brondby) after starting out in Major League Soccer.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun | September 26, 2009
Throughout most of Friday night's game, Poly quarterback Antoine Goodson and running back Gabriel Ali-El provided most of the offense, but when both got hurt and left the game in the third quarter, the No. 14 Engineers held on to beat No. 11 Patterson, 38-18, in a Baltimore City Division I game. Goodson ran for 153 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns before he left the game with a shoulder injury early in the quarter. Shortly thereafter, Ali-El, who ran for 131 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries, went to the hospital to be checked out for a possible concussion.
NEWS
June 14, 1992
An assistant principal at Homestead-Wakefield Elementary School has resigned from his post, effective June 30.James N. Goodson, 48, of Abingdon, submitted his resignation to the county Board of Education at its meeting Monday. He did not give a reason for the resignation, board spokesman Al Seymour said.Goodson was suspended with pay after he was charged with child abuse by the Harford Sheriff's Office in January. As an assistant principal, Goodson earns $51,000 a year.Details of the charges are unavailable because the court has sealed the case.
NEWS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
Poly quarterback Antoine Goodson didn't complete a pass all evening in the Engineers' 46-20 win over Edmondson at Mervo last night. He didn't have to. The senior, returning for his first game after a dislocated shoulder, directed a run-only offense and scored four touchdowns while rushing for 155 yards on 16 carries in the victory. No. 10 Poly (6-0, 5-0) gained 542 rushing yards behind the offensive line of Keon Brunson, John Ward, Gregory Nixon, Reno Coles and Kennard Brown. Because the holes were there, Goodson never had to throw a pass.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | August 21, 1999
SAN FRANCISCO -- Three people, including the former husband of a former VeriFone Inc. employee, were charged with insider trading related to Hewlett-Packard Co.'s 1997 acquisition of the electronic payment device maker, the Securities and Exchange Commission said yesterday.VeriFone corporate marketing employee Amy Goodson, who was not charged by the SEC, told her then-husband, Floyd Goodson, about the planned acquisition in a confidential conversation about the future of her job, regulators said.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | July 12, 1992
Child abuse charges against the former assistant principal of a Bel Air elementary school were dismissed last week after the alleged victim refused to testify against the man.The man, James O. Goodson, was in court for trial before Judge William O. Carr on Thursday, but the proceedings stalled when the girl told the judge she would not testify.Judge Carr warned the girl, whose name has been removed from court files to protect her identity, that Mr. Goodson could not be penalized for his actions nor could he be ordered to receive counseling unless she testified against him."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robin Tunnicliff Reid and Robin Tunnicliff Reid,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 19, 2001
Don't be fooled by the ferocious dragons guarding the entrance to Dragon's Breath Burritos. The Chinese influence pervading the atmosphere doesn't carry over to the menu - for a good reason: "I don't know Chinese food," says owner and co-cook John Goodson. So when he decided to open a restaurant, he went with something he knew: simple, healthy, inexpensive food in the Tex-Mex vein. He chose the name because it conjured up the taste of spicy-hot salsas. Throw the Chinese and Tex-Mex cultures together, and you've got an eclectic little eatery that's brought some funk to Hamilton since opening in October.
SPORTS
By Daniel Popper and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
As a senior at Poly in 2009, Antoine Goodson was a star quarterback garnering legitimate interest from Division I football programs, including Maryland, Georgia Tech and West Virginia. In his first two games that season, Goodson accounted for 635 total yards and eight touchdowns. But his dream turned into a nightmare less than a month into the season when he suffered a dislocated throwing shoulder; Goodson would eventually need surgery to repair ligament damage. After the injuries, not a single Division I program remained interested in him as a quarterback.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 17, 2012
Mary F. Goodson, a retired government worker and longtime member of Fulton Baptist Church, died Sunday of pancreatic cancer at Northwest Hospital. She was 72. The daughter of a police officer and a homemaker, Mary Frances Stanton was born and raised in Dillwyn, Va., where she graduated from high school. Mrs. Goodson came to Baltimore after high school and went to work in 1967 for the federal government. She held administrative positions with the Food and Drug Administration and retired in 2007 from the Department of Health and Human Services in Rockville.
NEWS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2009
Poly quarterback Antoine Goodson didn't complete a pass all evening in the Engineers' 46-20 win over Edmondson at Mervo last night. He didn't have to. The senior, returning for his first game after a dislocated shoulder, directed a run-only offense and scored four touchdowns while rushing for 155 yards on 16 carries in the victory. No. 10 Poly (6-0, 5-0) gained 542 rushing yards behind the offensive line of Keon Brunson, John Ward, Gregory Nixon, Reno Coles and Kennard Brown. Because the holes were there, Goodson never had to throw a pass.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,katherine.dunn@baltsun | September 26, 2009
Throughout most of Friday night's game, Poly quarterback Antoine Goodson and running back Gabriel Ali-El provided most of the offense, but when both got hurt and left the game in the third quarter, the No. 14 Engineers held on to beat No. 11 Patterson, 38-18, in a Baltimore City Division I game. Goodson ran for 153 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns before he left the game with a shoulder injury early in the quarter. Shortly thereafter, Ali-El, who ran for 131 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries, went to the hospital to be checked out for a possible concussion.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Peter.hermann@baltsun.com | July 22, 2009
Here are two consistent complaints about Baltimore and why it seems to be a city out of control: Punishment rarely fits the crime, and parents don't take responsibility for their children. So what do you do when three boys, ages 7, 8 and 11, steal a scooter, a wagon and bicycle parts from a neighbor's yard in North Baltimore's Medfield community? The angry victim called police, who promptly came, handcuffed the youngest boy, got him to roll on his friends and then handcuffed them as well.
NEWS
July 18, 2009
On July 13, 2009, VOLDOSSIA HOPE GOODSON, survived by husband Wayne A., daughter Crystal A. Gallion, parents James Henry and Mary Alice Ruffin, brothers Alvha Ruffin of NJ, Cedric Ruffin and Raymond Ruffin of MD. and sisters Trinnia V. Williams and Vincredius Ruffin, grandson Emory Woods and a host of other family and friends. Family will receive friends at the family owned WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY, 9200 Liberty Road on Saturday in the Chapel of the above mentioned funeral home 9:30 A.M. wake 10:00 A.M. funeral.
SPORTS
By Jordan Littman and Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
Before playing El Salvador in the CONCACAF quarterfinals at M&T Bank Stadium, U.S. midfielder Mix Diskerud had some painful memories of last summer's 3-3 tie with the Central American team in the Under-23 Olympic qualifying team. The tying goal came four minutes into added time and cost the U.S. a spot in the London Games. Diskerud, playing with the U.S. national team this year for the first time, said after Sunday's 5-1 win that he still thinks about last summer's game. It doesn't help that a teammate from his club team in Norway, Jaime Alas , constantly sends him a reminder.
NEWS
By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN REPORTER | November 17, 2007
"I'm so nervous," said Lee Goodson, a 48-year-old recovering drug addict who was getting his blood pressure taken by a Towson University student, one of about a dozen nurses-to-be who regularly treat Goodson and other residents of the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore. "Try to keep your arm still," instructed student Jolynn Hemling during a recent visit to the mission. The final reading, 130/80, is a "smidge high," she said. Goodson said he had just taken a health test - one requiring him to answer questions about oral cancer and flossing - and that he's anxious.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | March 22, 2009
Gonzaga's rowdy celebration spilled into the locker room, where the team watched a replay of freshman Demetri Goodson's game-winner and got to cheer again and again. Goodson streaked downcourt and made a short, running bank shot with 0.9 of a second left, lifting the fourth-seeded Bulldogs over Western Kentucky, 83-81, last night in the second round of the NCAA tournament in Portland, Ore. Gonzaga (28-5) advanced to the South Regional semifinals to play top seed North Carolina on Friday in Memphis, Tenn.
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