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December 31, 2003
On Monday, December 29, 2003, MR. RANDY MEHRLE HALSEY, 45, of Berlin, MD, formerly of Frederick, died at the National Institute of Health, Bethesda. Born on September 25, 1958 in Hagerstown, he was a son of Shirley Wachter Halsey and the late Robert J. Halsey. He was a Capt. in the U.S. Army, serving from 1980 to 1984 with the 82nd Airborne, where he was Jump Master and a graduate of Ranger school. He was a graduate of Andover High School, Glen Burnie, Class of 1976 and a graduate of Western Maryland College, Westminster, Class of 1980.
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October 3, 2008
On September 28, 2008, Geraldine Halsey Prettiman The family will receive friends on Saturday, October 4 from 1 to 5 P.M. at 2412 Eutaw Place. Professional Services by:
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SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | November 12, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- When Indiana coach Bob Knight was workin his last season at Army in 1972, he brought his Cadets to Halsey Field House for a basketball confrontation with Navy.Although it was a Saturday afternoon game, lights were still needed in dim, gloomy, cavernous Halsey, and at halftime they went out. The start of the second half was delayed and even after someone found the switch, it took almost 15 minutes for the lights to return to full brightness.Knight fumed, accusing Navy coach Dave Smalley of subterfuge.
NEWS
January 1, 2008
On December 29, 2007, HALSEY WILLIAM HESLOP, beloved husband of Ann Heslop, father of Stephen, Mark, Robert, Tom and Jeff. He is survived by six grandchildren and many loving family members and friends. Memorial service is held on Sunday, January 6, 2008 at 3pm at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, Silver Spring, Maryland. Contributions can be made to African University Development Office, PO Box 340007, Nashville, TN 37202 or to the Washington Adventist Hospital Foundation, 7600 Carroll Ave., Tacoma Park, MD 20912.
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 1998
CROFTON'S Community United Methodist Church has welcomed an addition to its family. The Rev. Betsy Halsey has joined the parish as assistant minister for pastoral care.Halsey brings a varied background. After several years in her home state of Florida as a lobbyist and organizer for issues of social justice, she came to Maryland to do graduate work in public management.While a graduate student she realized that God was calling her to a different kind of ministry, and she attended a seminary.
NEWS
By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Sun reporter | October 20, 2006
In the autumn of 1918, many of Dr. Admont Halsey Clark's colleagues were in France, tending to troops. Although commissioned as a first lieutenant in the medical reserve corps, he had heeded the U.S. surgeon general's request that he keep to his research. It was lonely work. The pathologist slept on a cot in his lab at Johns Hopkins Hospital, running experiments he hoped would reveal more about flu and its aftermath. Often the viral infection was followed by fatal pneumonia. He was studying streptococcus, a bacterium that causes it. Little did Clark know that at 30, his age put him at great risk.
NEWS
October 3, 2008
On September 28, 2008, Geraldine Halsey Prettiman The family will receive friends on Saturday, October 4 from 1 to 5 P.M. at 2412 Eutaw Place. Professional Services by:
NEWS
November 16, 2005
On November 14, 2005, TINA L. SCHMIDT of Street, MD. Beloved wife of Keith Thomas Schmidt. Devoted mother of Sarah Anne Schmidt and stepmother of Keith Thomas Schmidt, Jr. Loving daughter of Glenn Cebert Halsey and Marian Priscilla Cox Halsey. Sister of James Dean Halsey and Richard Glenn Halsey. Also survived by her grandmother Elfreda Cox. Services will be held at the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD on Thursday, November 17, 2005 at 10 A.M. Interment will be in Harford Memorial Gardens, Aberdeen, MD. Friends may call at the funeral Home in Abingdon on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 P.M. Those who desire may make contributions to Kimmel Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins Development Office, 401 N. Broadway, Suite 110, Baltimore, MD 21236.
NEWS
By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | April 27, 2006
A man twice convicted of killing a woman in Charles Village 15 years ago -- only to have both verdicts overturned on appeal -- was again found guilty of first-degree murder yesterday by a jury in Baltimore Circuit Court. Jurors deliberated a few hours before convicting Mohammad Biglari of killing Barbara Halsey in her apartment in the 2800 block of N. Calvert St. in March 1991. Sentencing is set for June 15. Biglari and Halsey lived in the apartment building, and prosecutors said Biglari used electric tape and cable ties to bind her before shooting her three times and repeatedly stabbing her. Experts testified that the same type of tape and cable ties found at the crime scene match those found in Biglari's apartment.
NEWS
By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | November 30, 2005
President Bush will visit Anne Arundel County today for the third time this year, stopping to make a speech at the Naval Academy before traveling to Baltimore to raise money for Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele's U.S. Senate campaign. He is expected to speak in detail about the Iraq war and mounting calls for troop pullbacks, although it was uncertain what level of detail he would provide about plans. Bush received a warm welcome when he addressed the academy's Class of 2005 in May, staying to congratulate each graduate and donning a blue academy jacket.
FEATURES
By SUSAN REIMER | April 3, 2007
Iwrote a column recently advocating the vaccination of our daughters against human papilloma virus, a sexually transmitted disease that can cause genital warts and, years later, cause cervical cancer. The response to the column was passionate, as you might imagine. Readers objected to everything from the unknown long-term effects of the drug to the unseemly role of Merck, the company that makes the vaccine, in urging it on the public. Readers recalled the record of pharmaceutical companies with drugs such as hormone replacement therapy, Vioxx and Fen-Phen, which were thought to be helpful when introduced but were found, over time, to be harmful.
NEWS
By Linell Smith and Linell Smith,Sun reporter | October 20, 2006
In the autumn of 1918, many of Dr. Admont Halsey Clark's colleagues were in France, tending to troops. Although commissioned as a first lieutenant in the medical reserve corps, he had heeded the U.S. surgeon general's request that he keep to his research. It was lonely work. The pathologist slept on a cot in his lab at Johns Hopkins Hospital, running experiments he hoped would reveal more about flu and its aftermath. Often the viral infection was followed by fatal pneumonia. He was studying streptococcus, a bacterium that causes it. Little did Clark know that at 30, his age put him at great risk.
NEWS
By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | April 27, 2006
A man twice convicted of killing a woman in Charles Village 15 years ago -- only to have both verdicts overturned on appeal -- was again found guilty of first-degree murder yesterday by a jury in Baltimore Circuit Court. Jurors deliberated a few hours before convicting Mohammad Biglari of killing Barbara Halsey in her apartment in the 2800 block of N. Calvert St. in March 1991. Sentencing is set for June 15. Biglari and Halsey lived in the apartment building, and prosecutors said Biglari used electric tape and cable ties to bind her before shooting her three times and repeatedly stabbing her. Experts testified that the same type of tape and cable ties found at the crime scene match those found in Biglari's apartment.
NEWS
By BRADLEY OLSON and BRADLEY OLSON,SUN REPORTER | November 30, 2005
President Bush will visit Anne Arundel County today for the third time this year, stopping to make a speech at the Naval Academy before traveling to Baltimore to raise money for Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele's U.S. Senate campaign. He is expected to speak in detail about the Iraq war and mounting calls for troop pullbacks, although it was uncertain what level of detail he would provide about plans. Bush received a warm welcome when he addressed the academy's Class of 2005 in May, staying to congratulate each graduate and donning a blue academy jacket.
NEWS
November 16, 2005
On November 14, 2005, TINA L. SCHMIDT of Street, MD. Beloved wife of Keith Thomas Schmidt. Devoted mother of Sarah Anne Schmidt and stepmother of Keith Thomas Schmidt, Jr. Loving daughter of Glenn Cebert Halsey and Marian Priscilla Cox Halsey. Sister of James Dean Halsey and Richard Glenn Halsey. Also survived by her grandmother Elfreda Cox. Services will be held at the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD on Thursday, November 17, 2005 at 10 A.M. Interment will be in Harford Memorial Gardens, Aberdeen, MD. Friends may call at the funeral Home in Abingdon on Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 P.M. Those who desire may make contributions to Kimmel Cancer Center, Johns Hopkins Development Office, 401 N. Broadway, Suite 110, Baltimore, MD 21236.
NEWS
December 31, 2003
On Monday, December 29, 2003, MR. RANDY MEHRLE HALSEY, 45, of Berlin, MD, formerly of Frederick, died at the National Institute of Health, Bethesda. Born on September 25, 1958 in Hagerstown, he was a son of Shirley Wachter Halsey and the late Robert J. Halsey. He was a Capt. in the U.S. Army, serving from 1980 to 1984 with the 82nd Airborne, where he was Jump Master and a graduate of Ranger school. He was a graduate of Andover High School, Glen Burnie, Class of 1976 and a graduate of Western Maryland College, Westminster, Class of 1980.
NEWS
October 21, 1990
James W. Halsey, 49, of Perryman, was shot three times after struggling over a handgun at his home with a Street teen-ager he met at an Edgewood adult bookstore last Sunday, the county Sheriff's Department said.Halsey, who police said was shot twice in the right side and once in the right hand, was treated at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital in Baltimore.He was released Tuesday, a hospital spokesman said.The sheriff's department charged Brian S. Kearchner, 18, with assault with intent to murder and armed robbery for the shooting.
NEWS
By Michael James | February 3, 1992
An article in The Sun Monday incorrectly described the marital status of murder victim Barbara E. Halsey. At the time of her death, she was married to James V. Halsey.The Sun regrets the error.A fugitive wanted in the killing of a Charles Village woman last March was arrested by federal and city authorities yesterday as he stepped out of a Towson church, where he had attended numerous services in the last six months under an assumed name, police said.Two FBI agents grabbed Mohammad Biglari, 48, who had been on the run from authorities, as he walked out of the Central Presbyterian Church at 10 a.m.Pastors notified police that Mr. Biglari was attending the morning sermon.
NEWS
By Ariel Sabar and Ariel Sabar,SUN STAFF | June 29, 2002
Nisa Halsey tapped her feet anxiously as her father turned the minivan through the gates of the Naval Academy. Just down the road she could see them -- hundreds of teen-agers just like her pressing through the doors of a large building. "Nervous, nervous," Nisa said, lowering two small bags out of the back of the van. "I don't know what's going on." Her mother, Anita Halsey, a captain in the Army National Guard, looked back at her daughter, just 17. "Just know one thing: They can't eat you; they can only yell."
NEWS
By Nancy Gallant and Nancy Gallant,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 7, 1998
CROFTON'S Community United Methodist Church has welcomed an addition to its family. The Rev. Betsy Halsey has joined the parish as assistant minister for pastoral care.Halsey brings a varied background. After several years in her home state of Florida as a lobbyist and organizer for issues of social justice, she came to Maryland to do graduate work in public management.While a graduate student she realized that God was calling her to a different kind of ministry, and she attended a seminary.
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