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February 8, 2005
On February 5, 2005, EDNA M. GUYTON, of Crownsville, beloved wife of the late Mervin Guyton; loving mother of Dorothy Sherry, of Millersville, MD, and Margaret L. Bee, of Lewisburg, WV; and caring grandmother of Douglas G. Sherry, Jaclyn Bee, and Robert Bee. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Avenue SW, at Crain Highway, Glen Burnie, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday. The funeral ceremony will be held on Wednesday, at 9 a.m., in the funeral home chapel.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | May 30, 2011
Dr. William Lehman Guyton, a retired surgeon, World War II combat veteran and pre-eminent collector of American silhouettes, died May 23 of pneumonia at the Broadmead retirement community in Cockeysville. He was 96. The son of a physician and a homemaker, Dr. Guyton was born and raised in Baltimore. He was a 1931 graduate of City College and a 1934 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. He earned his medical degree in 1938 from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and completed his surgical internship and residency at the old Church Hospital in 1942, when he was commissioned in the Army.
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October 12, 2003
On October 10, 2003, MARY(nee Benedict) GUYTON; beloved wife of Dr. William L. Guyton. Service and Interment Private. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to Broadmead C/O SAFE, 13801 York Road, Cockeysville, MD 21030. Arrangements by family owned Henry W. Jenkins & Sons, 410-343-3000.
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By FROM SUN STAFF AND NEWS SERVICES | December 3, 2008
Giants suspend Burress, end receiver's season nfl Super Bowl hero Plaxico Burress is done for the year. The New York Giants fined and suspended Burress yesterday for four games - the rest of the regular season - after he accidentally shot himself in the right thigh over the weekend at a Manhattan nightclub. The team also placed him on the reserve nonfootball injury list, which means the wide receiver can't come back for playoffs. The team punished Burress a day after he was charged with illegal weapons possession, which carries a penalty of 3 1/2 to 15 years in prison.
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September 3, 1991
Emmart Reynolds Guyton, 86, a Stevensville resident and longtime Baltimore steelworker, died Sunday at home of heart failure.Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the Helfen Bein funeral establishment in Chester.Mr. Guyton was born in Baltimore, the only child of parents who both died of illnesses when their son was 13. After their deaths, he was brought up by relatives.Besides his wife, survivors include by his daughter-in-law, Nancy Guyton of Stevensville; two grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
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By Mike Farabaugh | February 28, 1991
Wilde Lake caught unbeaten Overlea without top gun Bernard Hopkins (ankle injury), but it took some late heroics from Joey Guyton (22 points) to hold off the Falcons, 80-77, in the state Class 2A/Region II semifinals yesterday.Guyton, who has signed to play football for Delaware, scored six straight points after Overlea had trimmed a 21-point lead to six in the fourth period."It has been like this all year, but somehow we manage to pull it out," said Guyton, a defensive back for the state Class 2A football champions last fall.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | December 4, 1991
Mike Harrison, defensive coach of Wilde Lake's state championship football team, reflected on a 13-0 season dominated by his defense.The defense shut out eight opponents, gave up 3.9 points a game, scored more touchdowns (nine) than it surrendered (eight), and produced talent at every position. Like the state titlist teams last year and in 1985, defense was Wilde Lake's backbone.And for a moment, Harrison tried to imagine this year's defense without 6-foot-2, 213-pound senior middle linebacker Brent Guyton, theHoward County Sun's Player of the Year.
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By Bill Free | January 29, 1992
There was never much doubt that Wilde Lake High School linebacker Brent Guyton was going to the big-time collegiate football program of his choice.During his senior season, one major college football coach after another came to his home and lavishly praised The Baltimore Sun's Defensive Player of the Year."
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By Bill Free | January 29, 1992
There was never much doubt that Wilde Lake High School linebacker Brent Guyton was going to the big-time collegiate football program of his choice.During his senior season, one major college football coach after another came to his home and lavishly praised The Baltimore Sun's Defensive Player of the Year."
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff writer | November 24, 1991
Brent Guyton presents a conflicting profile.Resting on one knee in practice, helmet in hand, Wilde Lake's star middle linebacker speaks carefully, pausing before uttering words in an elevated whisper. He accepts much-earned praise with a smile that appears both appreciative and uncomfortable. He seems shy.He allows himself to indulge in a daydream. An opposing ball carrier approaches, and Guyton zeros in on the runner. The results are not pretty on the surface. But to Guyton, the scene is beautiful.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,RICHMOND, Va | August 29, 2007
Morgan State caught Jerrell Guyton on the rebound. Guyton wanted to play football for Texas Southern in Houston in 2004, but detoured to Morgan State and Baltimore after a chance meeting with Bears coach Donald Hill-Eley. From such quirks, college football legends are sometimes made. A native of Miami, Guyton effectively opened a pipeline to that football-rich area for Hill-Eley. When the Bears open their season tomorrow night at home against Savannah State, their roster will number 18 Floridians, the second most by state after Maryland's 24. "Florida has been major for us," Hill-Eley said.
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By Matt Papuchis and Matt Papuchis,Special to the Sun | October 15, 2006
WASHINGTON -- It was a game of squandered opportunities and second chances for Morgan State yesterday. Twice the Bears failed to score touchdowns on possessions that started inside the Howard 10-yard line. Then, they missed an extra point with less than a minute left, sending the game into overtime. Still, Morgan found a way to win in double overtime, 18-12, before 7,035 at William H. Greene Stadium. The Bison had first-and-goal from the 1-yard line in the second extra period, but quarterback William Blanden fumbled, allowing Morgan linebacker Jarrell Guyton to recover the ball, run it about 20 yards, and then pass it back to defensive back Everette Baker.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | April 5, 2006
Long Reach senior pitcher Amy Guyton takes plenty to the mound each time out, starting with a choice of seven pitches and a demeanor that can't be rattled. There's one thing you'll rarely see from the three-time All-County standout, though. "I try not to smile on the mound," Guyton said. "When I throw a couple balls, everybody will try to cheer me up, but that's not what I try to do. If I do smile, I stop myself until I get a straight face to stay focused. I love the pressure - that's when I do my best."
NEWS
June 6, 2005
On June 3, 2005, MARION JOANNE(nee English) of Bel Air, beloved wife of the late Coy W. Guyton, former wife of John C. Funk, devoted mother of John C. Funk, Jr., Edward D. Funk, Teresa A. Price and John A. Guyton, dear sister of Richard C. English. Also survived by ten grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the Evans Funeral Chapel-Bel Air, 3 Newport Drive (Rts 23 & 24-Forest Hill) on Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Memorial donations in Marion's name may be made to the American Kidney Foundation.
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By David Kohn and David Kohn,SUN STAFF | June 4, 2005
It has a few miles on it, and a major defect, but Russell Ward happily took it. No, not a clunky used car. A damaged liver. As part of an unusual double transplant, Ward received the liver from another patient, who in turn got a healthy organ from a brain-dead donor. The procedure, which took place May 19 at the University of Maryland Medical Center, was the first of its kind in the state. It was announced at a news conference yesterday at the medical center. Ward, who is 74, had non-alcoholic cirrhosis, in which the liver becomes scarred and can no longer remove toxins from the blood.
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February 8, 2005
On February 5, 2005, EDNA M. GUYTON, of Crownsville, beloved wife of the late Mervin Guyton; loving mother of Dorothy Sherry, of Millersville, MD, and Margaret L. Bee, of Lewisburg, WV; and caring grandmother of Douglas G. Sherry, Jaclyn Bee, and Robert Bee. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Avenue SW, at Crain Highway, Glen Burnie, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m., on Tuesday. The funeral ceremony will be held on Wednesday, at 9 a.m., in the funeral home chapel.
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By Dave Glassman | November 30, 1991
Most high school football players just dream of it. Playing for a state championship is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. But at 4 p.m. this afternoon at Byrd Stadium, Brent Guyton and a handful of Wilde Lake seniors are going to begin their second lifetimes.The Wildecats will be going for back-to-back state championships, last year in Class 2A, and today in Class 1A against Smithsburg. That few high school players get the chance just once is not lost on Guyton."I think if you're lucky enough to do it once, that's great," he said.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | May 12, 2004
Oakland Mills' Tony Cole, The Sun's All-Metro Performer of the Year in indoor track two months ago, said he will sit out the two-day Howard County outdoor championships beginning today at Reservoir to rest an ailing hamstring. Cole, a senior who is a three-time county Performer of the Year in indoor and outdoor track, said he injured his left hamstring during a dual meet against Wilde Lake last Wednesday and that the slow healing process is forcing him to hold off until the region and state meets.
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