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August 21, 2003
On August 13, 2003, HOLLY R.; devoted mother of Heather L. Gustafson; loving daughter of James K. and Anne C. Gustafson; dear sister of Svea Fraser, James E., John H. and Robert C. Gustafson and Kirstin Krinsky. Also survived by 10 nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Mt. Washington, on Friday, August 22, 10 A.M. Flowers may be sent to the Gustafon home, or memorial contributions to the GYN Oncology Fund, Acct. #10100, at Sinai Hospital, 2401 W. Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215, may be made in Holly's name.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Reporter | June 6, 2008
Lorena Ochoa likes to say she is human, but her accomplishments over the past few years might make the 26-year-old from Mexico seem otherworldly, at least on the golf course. In yesterday's opening round of the McDonald's LPGA Championship at Bulle Rock Golf Course, Ochoa showed on one hole that she can play like any other hacker from Havre de Grace. On the other 17, she demonstrated why she's the best female player on the planet. Starting on the back nine, Ochoa drove her ball on the par-4 13th into high and heavy grass.
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NEWS
January 12, 2004
The Rev. Emil E. Gustafson, who served as the pastor of Baltimore's Third English Lutheran Church in the 1960s and 1970s, died of heart failure Tuesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 79. Mr. Gustafson was born in Elbow Lake, Minn., and graduated from Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill. He joined the Navy at the start of World War II, serving as a yeoman on the USS Mississippi. In 1948, he married his fifth-grade sweetheart, Charlotte Wharton, and in 1952 graduated from Augustana Seminary and was ordained as a Lutheran minister.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | May 9, 2007
A lineman at Mount Hebron High School in Howard County in the mid-1990s, Steve Shifflett never played football again until he was asked to come out for a flag football team three years ago. Now Shifflett, 28, and football are together again. The Glen Burnie resident plays flag football almost year-round, including in the Anne Arundel County Department of Recreation and Parks spring leagues. Among the 45 teams, Shifflett plays center on Duke's 1 (eight-man) and on the offensive line on Duke's 2 (four-man)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2003
Holly R. Gustafson, an investment analyst with Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. who specialized in e-commerce companies, died of ovarian cancer Friday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Reisterstown resident was 55. Ms. Gustafson was born and raised in Glastonbury, Conn., and earned her bachelor's degree in English in 1970 from the University of Wisconsin. In 1978, she earned a master's degree in city and regional planning from Catholic University of America in Washington, and a year later her master's in business from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
SPORTS
By KATHERINE DUNN and KATHERINE DUNN,SUN STAFF | October 13, 1995
After pounding against No. 14 Hereford's packed-in defense for 74 minutes, No. 8 Franklin had just about worn out.Sara Gustafson didn't think she had much strength left until wing Erin Watson passed her the ball in the middle. The sophomore striker dragged it past Bulls sweeper Kristy Kane and nailed a grounder into the left corner of the net giving the Indians a 1-0 victory in a Baltimore County Division I game yesterday."I was just exhausted," said Gustafson, Baltimore County's scoring leader with 20 goals and seven assists.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | August 26, 2000
The St. Paul Cos. said yesterday that James E. Gustafson, who had been considered the heir-apparent to run the nation's fourth-largest business insurer, will leave his post as president and chief operating officer after just 19 months. Gustafson, 53, joined St. Paul in January 1999. At that time he was widely considered the likely successor to Douglas W. Leatherdale. St. Paul has significant operations in Baltimore, having acquired Baltimore-based USF&G Corp. in April 1998. In a statement, Leatherdale, St. Paul's chairman and chief executive, said that in recent months it has become "apparent to the board and me that there was not a fit between the St. Paul" and Gustafson.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1995
Sara Gustafson says she doesn't care if she never scores another goal all season, as long as her No. 10 Franklin soccer team keeps winning.But holding the Indians' striker scoreless won't be easy for any opponent. In four games, Gustafson has tallied 14 goals to lead the metro area. She has scored or assisted on all but five of the unbeaten Indians' 21 goals.Although only a sophomore, Gustafson has had more experience than many of her teammates. A second-team All-State pick last year, she started playing at 5, has two years of Olympic Development Program experience and plays for the Columbia Soccer Club's Maryland Majestic, the current state champ.
SPORTS
By Tommy Ventre and Tommy Ventre,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2001
COLLEGE PARK - Midfielder Katie Ludwig scored once in the first half and again in the second half last night, helping the Maryland women's soccer team to a season-opening 3-0 win over visiting Towson. The sophomore from New Jersey got her first goal before 1,025 at Ludwig Field in the 18th minute and had assists from senior Sara Gustafson (Franklin) and sophomore co-captain Lindsay Givens. She struck again 19 minutes into the second half, taking a pass from Gustafson and sending a shot off Towson goalkeeper Yasmin Alter (Archbishop Spalding)
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 30, 2000
The No. 23 Maryland women's soccer team stunned No. 4 Penn State for the biggest upset in its 14-year history, a 3-1 win in College Park. The Terps were previously 0-28-1 against teams ranked in the top five dating to 1987. Junior Sara Gustafson, a Franklin High alum from Reisterstown, recorded her first career hat trick. She scored her first two goals in the first 3:57 to give Maryland a 2-0 lead. Gustafson sealed the win with her third goal with 2:57 left in regulation. "I knew I could have a night like this against Penn State," said Gustafson, who transferred to Maryland from Indiana before the 1999 season.
NEWS
August 7, 2005
On August 4, 2005 DANA SUZANNE; beloved daughter of John and Nancy Marley; loving sister of Stephen A. Marley; loving granddaughter of Frieda Gustafson; dear niece of Karyl Meece, Garry Marley, Carol Novak and Neil Gustafson; beloved future wife of Matt Unfried. Also survived by numerous cousins. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc, at 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall) on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held at St. Michael Lutheran Church on Monday at 11 A.M. Interment St. Michael Lutheran Church Cemetery.
NEWS
January 12, 2004
The Rev. Emil E. Gustafson, who served as the pastor of Baltimore's Third English Lutheran Church in the 1960s and 1970s, died of heart failure Tuesday at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. He was 79. Mr. Gustafson was born in Elbow Lake, Minn., and graduated from Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill. He joined the Navy at the start of World War II, serving as a yeoman on the USS Mississippi. In 1948, he married his fifth-grade sweetheart, Charlotte Wharton, and in 1952 graduated from Augustana Seminary and was ordained as a Lutheran minister.
NEWS
August 21, 2003
On August 13, 2003, HOLLY R.; devoted mother of Heather L. Gustafson; loving daughter of James K. and Anne C. Gustafson; dear sister of Svea Fraser, James E., John H. and Robert C. Gustafson and Kirstin Krinsky. Also survived by 10 nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart in Mt. Washington, on Friday, August 22, 10 A.M. Flowers may be sent to the Gustafon home, or memorial contributions to the GYN Oncology Fund, Acct. #10100, at Sinai Hospital, 2401 W. Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215, may be made in Holly's name.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2003
Holly R. Gustafson, an investment analyst with Legg Mason Wood Walker Inc. who specialized in e-commerce companies, died of ovarian cancer Friday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Reisterstown resident was 55. Ms. Gustafson was born and raised in Glastonbury, Conn., and earned her bachelor's degree in English in 1970 from the University of Wisconsin. In 1978, she earned a master's degree in city and regional planning from Catholic University of America in Washington, and a year later her master's in business from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2003
It hasn't taken long for C. Milton Wright's bats to warm up to the 2003 baseball season. The 12th-ranked Mustangs pounded out 15 hits and broke the game open with a seven-run fifth inning, as they defeated No. 13 Fallston, 14-7, last night at Thomas Run Park on the campus of Harford Community College. Senior right fielder Steve Buckley was 4-for-5 with 5 RBIs and senior first baseman Eric Gustafson was 3-for-5 and notched 4 RBIs for the Mustangs, who improved to 3-0 overall, all wins coming against Harford County opponents.
SPORTS
October 6, 2002
Moves Baseball BREWERS: Announced that David Wilder moved from VP of player personnel to special assignment scout. METS: Activated IF-OF Jorge Toca from 60-day DL and added him to 40-man roster. Designated P Kane Davis for assignment. ROCKIES: Announced that Bill Geivett, director of player personnel, will also oversee minor-league operations. Named Marc Gustafson assistant director of player development and Paul Herfurth assistant director of player development. College ARKANSAS: Women's basketball team suspended C Kiesha Beard until end of semester and F Kela Peterson for first two games of season for violating rules.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2003
It hasn't taken long for C. Milton Wright's bats to warm up to the 2003 baseball season. The 12th-ranked Mustangs pounded out 15 hits and broke the game open with a seven-run fifth inning, as they defeated No. 13 Fallston, 14-7, last night at Thomas Run Park on the campus of Harford Community College. Senior right fielder Steve Buckley was 4-for-5 with 5 RBIs and senior first baseman Eric Gustafson was 3-for-5 and notched 4 RBIs for the Mustangs, who improved to 3-0 overall, all wins coming against Harford County opponents.
SPORTS
September 26, 1995
Sarah GustafsonFranklinsoccerThe sophomore forward has scored at least four goals in three of her last four games, including five in a 7-1 win over Patapsco.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | June 24, 2002
U.S. relationship with Iraq is topic of presentation Persian Gulf war veteran Erik Gustafson will present a free multimedia presentation at 6 p.m. tomorrow on the United States' post-Sept. 11 relationship with Iraq and other Middle East nations. Gustafson is executive director of the Education for Peace in Iraq Center and a leading advocate for termination of economic sanctions against Iraq. At tomorrow's forum, he will discuss Iraq's role in terrorism, other responses to the Iraqis, and social and political consequences of the sanctions.
NEWS
April 13, 2002
J. William Stanton 78, a former congressman who championed world banking and hunger issues for nearly two decades in Congress, died Thursday in Jacksonville, Fla., where he spent winter months with his wife of 36 years, Peggy. The cause of death was not immediately disclosed. The Ohio Republican served in Congress from 1964 to 1983, then spent a decade as counselor to the president of the World Bank. "He was a mentor to me and someone that I sought out for advice constantly," said Rep. Steven C. LaTourette, a Republican who represents what was Stanton's northeast Ohio district.
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