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March 28, 2004
On March 23, 2004, EDOUARD AUGUSTE CALDWELL GAUTHIER, loving husband of Savitri Gauthier (nee Donna Ariosa), brother of Col. Andre Gauthier of Ottawa, Canada; Louise Gauthier of Rochester Hills, Michigan, Michele Gauthier of Grand Junction, Michigan and Paul Gauthier of Montreal Canada. Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, May 8th. Contact family for details. Memorial contributions may be made his memory to:to: Sufi Order International, P.O. Box 480, New Lebanon, N.Y. 12125.
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March 28, 2004
On March 23, 2004, EDOUARD AUGUSTE CALDWELL GAUTHIER, loving husband of Savitri Gauthier (nee Donna Ariosa), brother of Col. Andre Gauthier of Ottawa, Canada; Louise Gauthier of Rochester Hills, Michigan, Michele Gauthier of Grand Junction, Michigan and Paul Gauthier of Montreal Canada. Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, May 8th. Contact family for details. Memorial contributions may be made his memory to:to: Sufi Order International, P.O. Box 480, New Lebanon, N.Y. 12125.
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FEATURES
By Don Bohning and Don Bohning,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | October 29, 1995
Want a bit of both the sublime and the quirky -- if not downright ridiculous -- with plenty of variety sandwiched in between on your next vacation? Try Grand Junction, Colo.It may not be a well-known destination, but this growing area in the far western reaches of Colorado's Rocky Mountains has plenty to offer, from a re-emerging wine industry and sometimes zany display of outdoor sculptures to the spectacular sandstone scenery of nearby Colorado National Monument.Just 30 miles east of the Utah border, Grand Junction is the hub of the Grand Valley, wider than the Grand Canyon and in some spots almost half as deep.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | May 16, 1999
MY BEST SHOTThe hills are aliveEver since I first saw "The Sound of Music," I dreamed of traveling to Austria to see if the hills really are alive. This picture -- which I call my "lucky shot" -- doesn't lie. The beauty captured in it is present throughout Salzburg and the mountains do sing to you. Look closely at this shot and you can almost hear the von Trapp children laughing and splashing around in the lake.Beverly A. Bauhof, CatonsvilleA MEMORABLE PLACEColorado sidetracksBy Susan Sachs FleishmanSpecial to the SunCruisin' Colorado in a rental car, Don' know where I'm goin' but I'm gonna go far ...Interstate 70 west from Denver, ringed by towering rock mountains, inspires me to compose fragments of country songs as I drive to visit friends near Grand Junction.
SPORTS
May 27, 1992
Essex Community College has won its first two games in the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., and tonight plays Blinn, Texas, the only other unbeaten team in the tournament.Essex got by fourth-ranked Logan, Ill., 8-6, late Monday night. Jeff Fry, a freshman from Lancaster, Pa., hit a grand slam and Chris Lafferman, a 1990 graduate of Poly, had a two-run double. Robbie Webster (Patterson) was the winning pitcher, with relief help from Juan Johnson.Essex has a 34-4 overall record for coach George Henderson, who expects to pitch Fry against Blinn today.
NEWS
May 30, 1992
Robert G. BoundsMartin retireeServices for Robert G. Bounds, who retired in 1970 as a manufacturing supervisor for the Martin Marietta Corp., will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary in Grand Junction, Colo.The Grand Junction resident died Tuesday at a hospital in Delta, Colo., after a heart attack. He was 83.He was transferred by Martin's from Middle River to Denver nearly 35 years ago.A native of Sykesville, he was a graduate of the old Blue Ridge College.Mr. Bounds was a Mason and member of Boumi Temple while living in Baltimore.
TRAVEL
By Special to the Sun | May 16, 1999
MY BEST SHOTThe hills are aliveEver since I first saw "The Sound of Music," I dreamed of traveling to Austria to see if the hills really are alive. This picture -- which I call my "lucky shot" -- doesn't lie. The beauty captured in it is present throughout Salzburg and the mountains do sing to you. Look closely at this shot and you can almost hear the von Trapp children laughing and splashing around in the lake.Beverly A. Bauhof, CatonsvilleA MEMORABLE PLACEColorado sidetracksBy Susan Sachs FleishmanSpecial to the SunCruisin' Colorado in a rental car, Don' know where I'm goin' but I'm gonna go far ...Interstate 70 west from Denver, ringed by towering rock mountains, inspires me to compose fragments of country songs as I drive to visit friends near Grand Junction.
NEWS
By Art Buchwald | December 28, 1992
I'VE just returned from Aspen even though I am not a skier. haven't skied in some of the greatest winter resorts in the world. I know that this is a terrible thing to admit. It's like saying, "I'm in sales but I don't play golf." But that's the way it is.I go to places like Aspen because I enjoy sitting in hotel lobbies in front of large fireplaces, drinking hot chocolate and talking about weather conditions on the various mountains that I haven't been on.I also like to go into town and try on ski clothes and buy Briko's snow goggles to wear over my wool cap.Occasionally I'll meet another person who doesn't ski, and then we'll throw snowballs at each other.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | May 24, 1992
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. -- Catcher Mike Peters hit home runs in his first three at-bats yesterday, propelling Essex Community College to a 13-6 victory over the Community College of Rhode Island in the first round of the Junior College World Series.Peters went 3-for-5 with 6 RBI.The victory moved unranked Essex (30-4) into a matchup with unranked Community College of Illinois (34-12) tomorrow. Illinois upset No. 4 Seminole Community College, 4-2.PD Three Essex pitchers combined to limit Rhode Island to six hits.
NEWS
August 12, 1992
County Social Services Director Samuel W. Marshall was injured and his cousin killed in a car crash in Utah early Sunday morning, Utah state police reported.Mr. Marshall and Carl Dodson of Beltsville were traveling west on Interstate 70 at 6:53 a.m. when their car crossed the median into the eastbound lane and rolled down an embankment, police said.Mr. Dodson, 50, was thrown from the passenger side of the car and killed, police said. He was not wearing a seat belt.Mr. Marshall was taken to St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction, Colo.
FEATURES
By Don Bohning and Don Bohning,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | October 29, 1995
Want a bit of both the sublime and the quirky -- if not downright ridiculous -- with plenty of variety sandwiched in between on your next vacation? Try Grand Junction, Colo.It may not be a well-known destination, but this growing area in the far western reaches of Colorado's Rocky Mountains has plenty to offer, from a re-emerging wine industry and sometimes zany display of outdoor sculptures to the spectacular sandstone scenery of nearby Colorado National Monument.Just 30 miles east of the Utah border, Grand Junction is the hub of the Grand Valley, wider than the Grand Canyon and in some spots almost half as deep.
NEWS
May 30, 1992
Robert G. BoundsMartin retireeServices for Robert G. Bounds, who retired in 1970 as a manufacturing supervisor for the Martin Marietta Corp., will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Callahan-Edfast Mortuary in Grand Junction, Colo.The Grand Junction resident died Tuesday at a hospital in Delta, Colo., after a heart attack. He was 83.He was transferred by Martin's from Middle River to Denver nearly 35 years ago.A native of Sykesville, he was a graduate of the old Blue Ridge College.Mr. Bounds was a Mason and member of Boumi Temple while living in Baltimore.
SPORTS
May 27, 1992
Essex Community College has won its first two games in the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., and tonight plays Blinn, Texas, the only other unbeaten team in the tournament.Essex got by fourth-ranked Logan, Ill., 8-6, late Monday night. Jeff Fry, a freshman from Lancaster, Pa., hit a grand slam and Chris Lafferman, a 1990 graduate of Poly, had a two-run double. Robbie Webster (Patterson) was the winning pitcher, with relief help from Juan Johnson.Essex has a 34-4 overall record for coach George Henderson, who expects to pitch Fry against Blinn today.
NEWS
February 17, 1991
Funeral services will take place for Severn resident Anna Katherine Blum Cesko on Feb. 16 in Palisades, Colo.Mrs. Cesko, 85, died Feb. 10 at North Arundel Hospital.A resident for 15 years, she worked as a civil service employee doing clerical work before retiring.Other interests included flowers.She is survived by a son, Tony G. Cesko of Severn; three daughters, Frances Petranovich of Ogden, Utah, Darlene Adair of Grand Junction, Colo. and Joan Zimmerman of Fresno, California; a sister, Bernadine Blu of Denver, Colo.
NEWS
May 31, 2009
On May 28, 2009 ESTHER LAURA (nee Jones) beloved wife of the late John G. H. Williams, Sr.; devoted mother of the late Charles G. H. and John G. H. Williams, Jr.; devoted mother of Elizabeth R. Elder and her husband Charles B. Elder, Sr. and son Harold G. Williams and his wife Mary Lou of Cheyenne Wells, CO; beloved grandmother of John G. H. Williams, III of Baltimore, MD, Cheryl Williams of Baltimore, MD, Donald C. Williams of Raleigh, NC, Anthony K....
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