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August 5, 2003
On August 2, 2003, ROBERT LEE GREELEY, JR.; beloved husband of Irvina Greeley (nee Chambers); devoted father of Alan Greeley and Janet Menikheim; grandfather of Jenna and Laura Greeley, Matthew Menikheim, and Olivia Myers; brother of Joan Mixter, Elieen Warnick, and Timothy Greeley. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Interment in Gardens of Faith Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to your favorite charity in Mr. Greeley's name.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Senior attackman Zach Palmer and senior midfielder John Greeley sat out No. 13 Johns Hopkins' 15-4 thrashing of Navy on Saturday, and their status for this Saturday's regular-season home finale against No. 7 Loyola remains unresolved. Palmer, who is tied for second on the Blue Jays (8-4) in assists (12) and ranked third in points (24), has been sidelined for the team's last two games after sustaining an undisclosed injury during practice on April 10. His absence has been mitigated by the play of senior John Kaestner, who has totaled five goals and three assists in two starts for Palmer.
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By Barbara Samson Mills | March 20, 1995
IRISH GOLD. By Andrew M. Greeley. Forge. 334 pages. $21.95.THIS LATEST WORK may be the Rev. Andrew M. Greeley's best effort yet. It has more of everything -- more plot, denser character development, fresh dialogue and a more solid now story line than his previous novels. Even reticent Catholics who worry about Father Greeley's specific acquaintance with sex, (how does he know?) may be satisfied with this romantic-mystery novel.Young, handsome, wealthy writer, Dermot Michael Coyne, an Irish-American, as he likes to be identified, visits Ireland to investigate the reasons why his beloved, late grandparents were forced to leave Ireland during the "troubles."
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2013
Johns Hopkins is two days away from its season and home opener against Siena, and one of the few questions facing the Blue Jays is the status of senior midfielder John Greeley, who tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in an 8-2 loss to Navy on April 21. Greeley, who underwent surgery on the knee in May, has been cleared to practice and is participating fully, but coach Dave Pietramala said he hasn't made any determination on whether...
FEATURES
By Cheryl Lavin and Cheryl Lavin,Chicago Tribune | November 24, 1994
Catholics have more sex and better sex than Protestants and Jews.And they don't even feel guilty about it.That's according to Rev. Andrew Greeley, who has just written the soon-to-be-released "Sex: The Catholic Experience" (Thomas More, $19.95).Two years ago, Mr. Greeley, a sociologist and novelist as well as a priest, made headlines reporting on the -- who knew? -- sex life of senior citizens, 20 percent of whom said they "did it" outdoors. And now Greeley's back, reporting on the sex life of . . . Catholics.
NEWS
By Douglas Birch and Douglas Birch,Staff Writer | March 5, 1992
A Lutherville woman whose breast lump developed into incurable cancer has been awarded $1.44 million by a state arbitration panel that found her doctor failed to review key medical records and order conclusive diagnostic tests over a period of 20 months."
NEWS
February 19, 2003
On February 17, 2003, MARY CATHERINE CARNES; beloved wife of the late Wilbert L. Carnes, Sr.; devoted mother of Thomas Greeley, Wilbert L. Carnes, Jr., Elven Carnes, Alan Carnes, Diane Bupp, Debbie Rifkin and the late Beverly Greeley; cherished grandmother of 20, loving sister of Daniel, Jean and Betty. Friends may call 12 to 2 P.M. Thursday at the family owned Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center, 2325 York Road., Timonium. A funeral service will be held at 2 P.M. Interment Lakeview Memorial Park.
NEWS
April 27, 2004
DOROTHY H. FINN, 76, of Greeley, CO, died Monday, April 19, 2004. Mrs Finn was born October 29, 1927 in Baltimore, MD to Liston and Martha Hart. She graduated from Patterson High School in 1945. Mrs. Finn is survived by her husband Lawrence Finn of Greeley, her brother Lin Hart of Baltimore, two daughters, Karen Finn of San Diego, CA and Patricia Roberts of Loveland, CO, four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She was buried on April 22, at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver, CO. Arrangements were handled by Stoddard Funeral Home.
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February 14, 2006
On February 12, 2006, GARVIS CLARK GIBBS; beloved son of Louise Adelsberger and the late Edward Adelsberger and Victor R. Gibbs, Sr.; devoted father of Josh Greeley, Justin Greeley, Marinda Gibbs, Garvis Gibbs, Jr. and Austin Johnson; loving brother of Victor R. Gibbs, Jr., Albert N. Gibbs, Vicky Mc Caffrey, Theresa Gibbs and Tina Gibbs; friend of Jamie, Tiffany and Elizabeth; step-brother of Edward, Daniel, Theresa and Ann. Friends are invited to call...
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By Douglas Birch and Douglas Birch,Staff Writer | March 5, 1992
In a story that appeared in The Sun Thursday, the age of Irene Greeley, a cancer patient who won a $1.44 million malpractice award, was incorrect. Mrs. Greeley is 48.A woman whose breast lump developed into incurable cancer has been awarded $1.44 million by a state arbitration panel that found her doctor failed to review key medical records and order conclusive diagnostic tests over a period of 20 months."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | June 8, 2012
When John Greeley aggravated the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in the second quarter of Johns Hopkins' 8-2 loss to Navy on April 21, the junior midfielder joined sophomore defensive midfielder Phil Castronova (knee) as Johns Hopkins players whose status for 2013 was in question. Coach Dave Pietramala said the uncertainty regarding their return has been lifted somewhat as he has received positive reports from the school's medical staff on their recovery. “It's my understanding that both - and obviously, Phil is far ahead of John just because of the timing of the injuries - will be full go from the first day of practice in the spring,” Pietramala said.
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By Edward Lee | May 2, 2012
Anyone who watched John Greeley crumple to the turf after intercepting a pass untouched in the second quarter of Johns Hopkins' 8-2 loss to Navy on April 21 grimaced and knew that the junior midfielder would miss an extended period of time. That period of time has turned into the remainder of the season, according to coach Dave Pietramala. Greeley, who had recorded seven goals and seven assists in 12 starts this season, will undergo surgery to repair the left knee in which he had torn the anterior cruciate ligament last summer.
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By Edward Lee | April 23, 2012
Adding injury to insult, No. 9 Johns Hopkins' stunning 8-2 loss to unranked Navy on Saturday was exacerbated by the loss of junior midfielder John Greeley, who appeared to re-injure the knee in which he had tore the anterior cruciate ligament last summer. On Monday morning, coach Dave Pietramala declined to update Greeley's status for Saturday's road contest at No. 2 Loyola, saying, “He's working with our trainers and the doctors. But I won't comment on where he is and what's going on.” Greeley, who has recorded seven goals and seven assists in 12 starts, suffered the injury 51 seconds into the second quarter when he intercepted a clearing pass by Midshipmen senior goalie RJ Wickham and crumpled to the turf at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium without being touched.
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By Edward Lee | February 20, 2012
The large brace on John Greeley's left knee was about the only noticeable indicator of what the Johns Hopkins junior midfielder has endured since the offseason. Greeley suffered a serious knee injury that raised concerns that he might have been forced to miss the upcoming 2012 campaign. Instead, there was Greeley taking his customary spot on the first line with junior John Ranagan and Rob Guida in the No. 4 Blue Jays' 12-6 rout of Towson on Friday evening. Greeley showed little rust or trepidation when testing Tigers defenders.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | March 16, 2008
Dispatches for the New York Tribune By Karl Marx Before achieving fame as a political philosopher, Karl Marx wrote lots of journalism, in Germany, in England and for Charles Dana, editor of Horace Greeley's New York Tribune, then the newspaper with the biggest circulation in the world. John F. Kennedy once said that maybe if Greeley had paid Marx a few bucks more, the Russian Revolution and the Cold War would never have happened, a great joke with a kernel of truth hiding in it. Whatever we make of the answers Marx gave in Das Kapital, these vivid pieces show how clearly he perceived and felt the problems of poverty and ownership in the first stages of industrial capitalism.
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,sun reporter | June 4, 2007
The couple flew to Vegas, as couples do. Afterward, they rented a car to begin a road trip to the Grand Tetons. Then Tom Hicks of Baltimore found himself at a way station built in the 1800s for pioneers trekking to settlements along the "Mormon Corridor" - the same place anyone going the distance on Interstate 70 would find. The Hicks were not in Las Vegas anymore. They were in Cove Fort, Utah. "We saw one car in town. Never did see anybody," says Hicks. "But the place stuck in my mind."
NEWS
By Theo Lippman Jr | September 22, 1992
This is the 52nd presidential election.The 22nd, in 1872, was a throwback to one-party, two-faction days. Despite his having presided over the worst scandals in the nation's history, Grant was renominated unanimously and harmoniously only because liberal Republican critics had bolted the party and nominated New York editor Horace Greeley.The liberals wanted civil-service reforms to end the scandals, amnesty for ex-Confederates to end Reconstruction and division, and an end to favoritism to railroads and other corporations in the West.
NEWS
By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,Sun Reporter | January 7, 2007
It was the perfect spring day -- except it was January. Children tumbled in the grass. Friends sat on porches, chatting and strumming guitars. People puttered in the garden, eyeing flower buds and new shoots. Many said that they enjoyed the pleasant weather but that they found it a little strange. "It's beautiful, but it's freaky," said Beth Graham, 32. The Bolton Hill resident had taken her Christmas tree to the city's temporary tree-recycling center set up in the parking lot of Polytechnic Institute.
SPORTS
May 21, 2006
Above, jockey Edgar Prado is consoled after Barbaro broke his right hind leg in two places. At right, Bernardini's jockey, Javier Castellano, raises his fist in triumph after the 12-1 shot won the Preakness by 5 1/4 lengths over Sweetnorthernsaint. Order of finish & Payoffs 1 - Bernardini 2 - Sweetnorthernsaint 3 - Hemingway's Key 4 - Brother Derek 5 - Greeley's Legacy 6 - Platinum Couple 7 - Like Now 8 - Diabolical 9 - Barbaro
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