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December 17, 1992
Anne Arundel Community College sophomore forward Jody Haislip has been named second-team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association.Haislip (North County High) had 21 goals and 13 assists this season."We thought he had a good shot [at being selected] at the beginning of the year," said Pioneers coach Ken Wolf, whose team went 15-6. "It depended on how well he played and how well the team played. Both, collectively, had a successful year."Haislip, Anne Arundel's all-time leading scorer, will receive his award during the NSCA convention Jan. 16 in Baltimore.
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By Arin Gencer and Arin Gencer,[Sun Reporter] | January 14, 2007
The students stood up and looked around awkwardly. With some coaxing, they formed pairs and faced each other, then put out their hands. "Hi, nice to meet you," said Katie Frager, 11, after shaking the hand of Kerry Wilkes, 13. A little ways off, Monique Walker, 12, shook another student's hand and introduced herself. Then she looked away. "There's nothing to talk about," she said. "I don't know her." They'd get to that, promised Carol Haislip, who was teaching the communication skills class at Mount Airy Middle School.
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April 21, 2004
On Sunday April 18, 2004, CHARLES M. HAISLIP, beloved husband of Mrs. Lucile S. Haislip (nee Webb); devoted father of Deborah Lahdelma, Cathy Davis, Christine Haislip-Schmidtman; dear brother of Mary Catherine Bunner, John E., Joseph K. and Terrance Lee Haislip; loving grandfather of seven and great-grandfather of four. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Ave. S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. The funeral mass will be held at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church on Friday, at 11 AM, the family will receive visitors one hour prior to funeral mass.
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September 21, 2005
On Monday, September 19, 2005, RICHARD MICHAEL "Mike" HEINECK, of Crofton, MD; loving father of Jessalyn and Jennaca Heineck; son of Jeff E. and Barbara A. Heineck; brother of Deborah Heineck and her son Jeffrey. Also survived by his grandmother Helen "Baba" Cinibulk and grandfather Robert Cinibulk, his fiancee Theresa Gunkel and her daughter Brandi, his former wife Terry Haislip and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. All services are private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Red Cross for hurricane Katrina relief.
SPORTS
October 4, 1992
Sophomore forward Jody Haislip set a record for career goal at Anne Arundel Community College on Wednesday night in a 3-2 victory over Prince George's Community College.Haislip, a North County graduate, scored twice to give him 31 goals, eclipsing the mark of 29 set by Fabio Alviani of Severna Park. Alviani played as a freshman in 1981, sat out the next season and rejoined the team in 1983."The record has been a goal of mine from the beginning of the season. I didn't think it would come this quickly, though," said Haislip, who scored 16 goals last year to break Alviani's single-season record of 15."
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | September 21, 1990
Like any good boss, North County boys soccer coach Steve Malone understands the importance of rewarding one of his workers for a productive day's work.So there stood Jody Haislip beside the Knights' bench yesterday, dousing himself with water while his teammates played out the remaining 18 minutes of a 5-0 win over visiting Southern.The water was a necessity. The Bulldogs never did cool off the senior midfielder.Haislip scored the Knights' first four goals, two on penalty kicks. He has seven goals in two games, both North County victories.
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By Chrystal Clifford and Chrystal Clifford,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 5, 2000
Mayfield Woods Middle School children haven't really had noodles in their noses, but that's the name of the nine-week after-school class about 20 have participated in since January. Assistant Principal Vaughn Bradley says the purpose of "Noodles in Your Nose! Yuk!" is to teach schoolchildren dining skills and tips for public speaking. "Learning proper etiquette can improve on behavior at school, which is a target concern here," Bradley said. "It allows students to think of others' feelings -- like if someone is sitting in a chair, asking to use it instead of just plopping into it."
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By Chrystal Clifford and Chrystal Clifford,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 5, 2000
Mayfield Woods Middle School children haven't really had noodles in their noses, but that's the name of the nine-week after-school class about 20 have participated in since January. Assistant Principal Vaughn Bradley says the purpose of "Noodles in Your Nose! Yuk!" is to teach schoolchildren dining skills and tips for public speaking. "Learning proper etiquette can improve on behavior at school, which is a target concern here," Bradley said. "It allows students to think of others' feelings -- like if someone is sitting in a chair, asking to use it instead of just plopping into it."
NEWS
By Arin Gencer and Arin Gencer,[Sun Reporter] | January 14, 2007
The students stood up and looked around awkwardly. With some coaxing, they formed pairs and faced each other, then put out their hands. "Hi, nice to meet you," said Katie Frager, 11, after shaking the hand of Kerry Wilkes, 13. A little ways off, Monique Walker, 12, shook another student's hand and introduced herself. Then she looked away. "There's nothing to talk about," she said. "I don't know her." They'd get to that, promised Carol Haislip, who was teaching the communication skills class at Mount Airy Middle School.
NEWS
By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Marc LeGoff at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677 | October 6, 1991
Services for Emilie I. Steinberg of Glen Burnie took place Saturday at Singleton Funeral Home.Mrs. Steinberg, 85, died Oct. 2 at Meridian Nursing Home in Severna Park after a two-year illness.She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Morris H. Steinberg; two daughters, Elaine Kennedy of Mount Washington, and Ellen Cincottaof Severna Park; two sons, Allen Steinberg of Tampa, Fla., and WayneSteinberg of Perry Hall; a brother, Grahame Allison of Parkville; and five grandchildren.H. JAMES HAISLIPPRINTER, 66Services for H.James Haislip of Glen Burnie took place Friday at Singleton Funeral Home.
NEWS
September 8, 2004
On Sunday, September 5, 2004, JOSEPH JOHN "Jofish" LIBERTO, a 15 year resident of Annapolis, died in the care of his family at home after a short illness. He was 48. He is survived by his wife of ten years, Virginia K. Prechtel Liberto; nine year old daughter, Corinne Kathleen Liberto; mother, Colleen Liberto Haislip of Annapolis, Maryland; two sisters, Donna Liberto Spenelli of Dover, Pennsylvania and Toni Liberto Mayr of Manchester, Maryland; Brother, Mark Liberto of Crofton, Maryland.
NEWS
April 21, 2004
On Sunday April 18, 2004, CHARLES M. HAISLIP, beloved husband of Mrs. Lucile S. Haislip (nee Webb); devoted father of Deborah Lahdelma, Cathy Davis, Christine Haislip-Schmidtman; dear brother of Mary Catherine Bunner, John E., Joseph K. and Terrance Lee Haislip; loving grandfather of seven and great-grandfather of four. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Ave. S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie on Thursday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9. The funeral mass will be held at St. Bernadette's Catholic Church on Friday, at 11 AM, the family will receive visitors one hour prior to funeral mass.
NEWS
By Chrystal Clifford and Chrystal Clifford,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 5, 2000
Mayfield Woods Middle School children haven't really had noodles in their noses, but that's the name of the nine-week after-school class about 20 have participated in since January. Assistant Principal Vaughn Bradley says the purpose of "Noodles in Your Nose! Yuk!" is to teach schoolchildren dining skills and tips for public speaking. "Learning proper etiquette can improve on behavior at school, which is a target concern here," Bradley said. "It allows students to think of others' feelings -- like if someone is sitting in a chair, asking to use it instead of just plopping into it."
NEWS
By Chrystal Clifford and Chrystal Clifford,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 5, 2000
Mayfield Woods Middle School children haven't really had noodles in their noses, but that's the name of the nine-week after-school class about 20 have participated in since January. Assistant Principal Vaughn Bradley says the purpose of "Noodles in Your Nose! Yuk!" is to teach schoolchildren dining skills and tips for public speaking. "Learning proper etiquette can improve on behavior at school, which is a target concern here," Bradley said. "It allows students to think of others' feelings -- like if someone is sitting in a chair, asking to use it instead of just plopping into it."
SPORTS
December 17, 1992
Anne Arundel Community College sophomore forward Jody Haislip has been named second-team All-American by the National Soccer Coaches Association.Haislip (North County High) had 21 goals and 13 assists this season."We thought he had a good shot [at being selected] at the beginning of the year," said Pioneers coach Ken Wolf, whose team went 15-6. "It depended on how well he played and how well the team played. Both, collectively, had a successful year."Haislip, Anne Arundel's all-time leading scorer, will receive his award during the NSCA convention Jan. 16 in Baltimore.
SPORTS
October 4, 1992
Sophomore forward Jody Haislip set a record for career goal at Anne Arundel Community College on Wednesday night in a 3-2 victory over Prince George's Community College.Haislip, a North County graduate, scored twice to give him 31 goals, eclipsing the mark of 29 set by Fabio Alviani of Severna Park. Alviani played as a freshman in 1981, sat out the next season and rejoined the team in 1983."The record has been a goal of mine from the beginning of the season. I didn't think it would come this quickly, though," said Haislip, who scored 16 goals last year to break Alviani's single-season record of 15."
NEWS
September 21, 2005
On Monday, September 19, 2005, RICHARD MICHAEL "Mike" HEINECK, of Crofton, MD; loving father of Jessalyn and Jennaca Heineck; son of Jeff E. and Barbara A. Heineck; brother of Deborah Heineck and her son Jeffrey. Also survived by his grandmother Helen "Baba" Cinibulk and grandfather Robert Cinibulk, his fiancee Theresa Gunkel and her daughter Brandi, his former wife Terry Haislip and many loving aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. All services are private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Red Cross for hurricane Katrina relief.
SPORTS
By Alan Widmann | November 4, 1990
Broadneck's season-long scoring woes almost returned to haunt the Bruins last night.But just when it seemed that top-seeded North County had wriggled off the hook, Rich Aftoora scored his second goal of the game to give No. 3 Broadneck a 2-1 victory in the Region IV, 4A soccer final at North County.Aftoora collected his own rebounding shot off the chest of North County's Jody Haislip and hammered a low, 7-yard shot to the left of Knights goalie Jesse Haislip at 15 minutes, 58 seconds of the second half.
NEWS
By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationhasn't been published about someone in your family who has passed away, please call Marc LeGoff at 761-1732 or 332-6211 or (800) 829-8000, Ext. 6211; you may also fax your information to us at 332-6677 | October 6, 1991
Services for Emilie I. Steinberg of Glen Burnie took place Saturday at Singleton Funeral Home.Mrs. Steinberg, 85, died Oct. 2 at Meridian Nursing Home in Severna Park after a two-year illness.She is survived by her husband of 54 years, Morris H. Steinberg; two daughters, Elaine Kennedy of Mount Washington, and Ellen Cincottaof Severna Park; two sons, Allen Steinberg of Tampa, Fla., and WayneSteinberg of Perry Hall; a brother, Grahame Allison of Parkville; and five grandchildren.H. JAMES HAISLIPPRINTER, 66Services for H.James Haislip of Glen Burnie took place Friday at Singleton Funeral Home.
SPORTS
By Alan Widmann | November 4, 1990
Broadneck's season-long scoring woes almost returned to haunt the Bruins last night.But just when it seemed that top-seeded North County had wriggled off the hook, Rich Aftoora scored his second goal of the game to give No. 3 Broadneck a 2-1 victory in the Region IV, 4A soccer final at North County.Aftoora collected his own rebounding shot off the chest of North County's Jody Haislip and hammered a low, 7-yard shot to the left of Knights goalie Jesse Haislip at 15 minutes, 58 seconds of the second half.
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