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January 1, 2004
On December 27, 2003, HANK MARTIN transformed. Viewing Friday, January 2, 2004, 12 noon to 7:45 PM-Estep Brothers, 1300 Eutaw Pl, 410-728-2800.
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By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2014
Infinity Theatre Company opened its fifth season this month with "Hank Williams: Lost Highway," another professional production solidifying the company's reputation as the summer destination of fans seeking the best in local musical theater. Infinity's co-producing artistic directors, Anna Roberts Ostroff and Alan Ostroff, again bring an affordable, Broadway-caliber musical to Anna's hometown of Annapolis. Earlier seasons offered esteemed jukebox shows - "The Story of the Andrews Sisters" and "Always … Patsy Cline.
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February 28, 2006
On February 22, 2006 GORMAN "HANK" TRICE of Abingdon, MD beloved husband of the late Mary Trice (nee Knight); devoted father of Steve Trice, Paul Trice, Sandra Gephardt, Linda Gull, and Sheree Trice. Also survived by nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services will be held at a later date. Memory tribute may be sent to the family at mccomasfuneralhome.com.
ENTERTAINMENT
Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2013
The mid-season finale of "American Horror Story: Coven" aligned voodoo and witchcraft, closing with a grim sequence that reminded us that for all its campy goodness, this is indeed a horror story. We start with a flashback to 1991, where young Hank is on his first witch-hunt, with his dad. "Never forget what they are," dad tells Hank as he comes face-to-face with a witch. Young Hank points his rifle at the witch, who is stumbling through the brush towards him. Hank hesitates as the witch begs for mercy; his reticence to pull the trigger allows the witch to hurl a fireball in his direction, causing his dad to jump into action.
NEWS
December 31, 2007
On December 28, 2007, MATT "Hank" RUTHERFORD of Bel Air, MD, beloved son of Kevin Wade Rutherford and Mary Michele "Chele" Schirmer, loving brother of Andrew T. Rutherford. Also survived by grandparents, Margarette L. Rutherford, Claudette Keeney and David L. Brown. Services will be held on Thursday January 3, 2008 at 10A.M., in the Cook Auditorium at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, MD. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, in Bel Air, MD. Friends may call at the church on Wednesday January 2, 2008 from 6 to 9 P.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Matt "Hank" Rutherford to the Bel Air High School Athletic Department, 100 Heighe St., Bel Air, MD 21014.
NEWS
December 19, 2003
On November 23, 2003, HANKMcCARTHY, 68, of Sanibel, passed away Sunday morning while staying at Hospice. Hank retired from Snap-On Tools and played the drums back in the 50's and 60's for many well-known orchestras in Baltimore. After retiring he became a distinguished golfer known as "Dead Eye" at Beachview Golf Course. He also loved working with his hands-in Wood working. Hank is survived by his wife Rosa, sons, Jay, Patrick and Michael; stepchildren, Darlene, Johnny and Dixie. Memorial Services will be held at Oakland United Methodist Church, 5969 Mineral Hill Rd, Sykesville, MD at 2 PM December 23. Any memorial Donations may be made to Woodbine Developmental Center C/O Michael McCarthy, 1175 DeHirch Avenue, Woodbine, New Jersey 08720.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | February 27, 2001
Sandwiched between knots of chatting teen-agers, Hereford High School teacher Hank McGraw is on the lookout for rambunctious behavior and PDAs -- "public displays of affection." "Let's move it," he calls to two students who linger near an open locker. Hall duty is something of a novelty to McGraw. So is teaching students the finer points of literary criticism. But he is doing both after spending 27 years as a top administrator for Baltimore County public schools. McGraw and 10 other administrators returned to the classroom this year because of a revision in state law that allows them to work full time and collect their school pensions.
SPORTS
February 10, 2007
Good morning--Orioles fans-- Although the death of Hank Bauer is sad, it sure does bring back great memories of 1966.
NEWS
April 16, 1992
YOU GO TO WORK every day and do what you're supposed to do," thinking it will pay off some day, Baltimore County assistant state's attorney Frank Meyer Jr. was saying, "and then this fluke comes along."
FEATURES
By Jerdine Nolen | June 21, 1998
A loud noise broke the stillness of the night. Crack! It was louder than one hundred firecrackers on the Fourth of July. CRACK! I heard it again, this time louder than before. It was coming from Miller's cave. At the first hint of dawn, I headed toward that sound.There in the corner of the cave, where I'd left it, was the egg. And pushing its way out, like I've seen so many baby chicks do, was a tiny dragon poking through that shell with its snout.It was love at first sight."Hey there, li'l feller, welcome to the world," I sang, soft and low. As I stroked his nose, a sweet little purring whimper came from him. As I touched skin to scale, I knew I was his girl and he was my dragon.
NEWS
March 21, 2013
A good crowd filled the gym at Bel Air High School Wednesday evening for a basketball game between faculty and students that raised well beyond the $1,000 goal for the Matt Rutherford Foundation that awards scholarships to BAHS seniors. All proceeds from ticket sales, raffles and other donations at Wednesday's game benefited the scholarship program established in memory of Matt "Hank" Rutherford, a Bel Air High senior who died in a car accident in December 2007. Raffles, the half-time show, the entrance fee to the game and to play netted $1,227, according to information provided Chris McDonough, a teacher at Bel Air High School. Concession money goes right to Bel Air High Boosters, which then makes a donation to scholarship fund at the end of the school year.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2012
Herman G. "Hank" Tillman Jr., a retired Air Force colonel and pilot who flew in World War II, Korea and Vietnam and was one of Maryland's most decorated veterans, died Sunday of liver failure at his Chester home. He was 89. He was born in his immigrant grandparents' Anne Arundel County farmhouse, and later moved with his family to a home at Pontiac Avenue and Sixth Street in Brooklyn. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1940, he attended the Johns Hopkins University at night and worked at Baltimore Gas and Electric Co.'s engineering department during the day. "As a kid, he was fascinated with flying.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2011
Maryland, like the rest of the country, is aging. The state's 65-and-over population increased by more than 18 percent in the past 10 years to 707,642, according to the U.S. census. This group will only grow as baby boomers — those born between 1946 and 1965 — turn grayer. One of the most vocal advocates for older Americans is the AARP, which represents members who are 50 and older. While Social Security and Medicare have remained priorities for the organization, in Maryland it also focuses on more local issues such as lower electricity rates and reliability standards for utilities.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2011
Rams Head Live will greet the new year with a blast from the long, long ago past: a performance by Dru Hill, the Baltimore R&B group that's better known these days for their clips on "I Love the 90s. " The group will be on the road promoting their back catalog. Sisqo, Jazz, and Nokio haven't released a new album since last summer, when "InDRUpendence Day" came out. It seems they haven't worked on anything else since;  their official Twitter page is still plugging the 2010 album.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2011
I am not going to go off on this one. You can look at the video below and come to your own conclusions. The one overwhelming thought I do have is how there is absolutely no escaping politics and conflict in these polarized and deeply troubled economic times. The video shows singer Hank Williams Jr. on the "Fox and Friends" morning show talking politics. Now, right there was where the problem started. Williams is not schooled in TV politics talk, and should have never waded into those treacherous waters.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 17, 2010
Henry F. "Hank" Schoenfeld, a Baltimore insurance executive and philanthropist who enjoyed flying family and friends in his twin-engine Beechcraft Baron, died Sept. 11 of pancreatic cancer at his Stevenson home. He was 82. Mr. Schoenfeld, the son of a salesman and a homemaker, was born in Nuremberg, Germany, and spent his early years there and later in Munich, which coincided with the rise of Nazism. "They knew trouble was coming. His father, who sold clothing, was finally told by his customers that they could not longer buy from a Jew," said a daughter, Judy Schoenfeld Morrison of Pikesville.
ENTERTAINMENT
By MIKE HIMOWITZ | March 21, 2002
This is a story about technology and matrimony, which often coexist uneasily. The basic facts are true, but the names and a few details have been changed because my wife threatened to strangle me if I told everything. The tale involves Hank and Sandy, a happily married couple who suffered from a failure to communicate. Or rather, their PC did. Hank had installed security software on their home computer at the request of his office. The program, which apparently had never been tested anywhere, made Hank's computer so secure that it couldn't communicate with anybody, including their Internet service provider.
ENTERTAINMENT
Ethan Renner and For The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2013
The mid-season finale of "American Horror Story: Coven" aligned voodoo and witchcraft, closing with a grim sequence that reminded us that for all its campy goodness, this is indeed a horror story. We start with a flashback to 1991, where young Hank is on his first witch-hunt, with his dad. "Never forget what they are," dad tells Hank as he comes face-to-face with a witch. Young Hank points his rifle at the witch, who is stumbling through the brush towards him. Hank hesitates as the witch begs for mercy; his reticence to pull the trigger allows the witch to hurl a fireball in his direction, causing his dad to jump into action.
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