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September 10, 2006
On September 6, 2006, JOHN H., JR.; beloved husband of Margaret Ann (nee Hofmeister); devoted father of Pamela Summo and husband Jack, Gregory John Hayman and wife of Rebecca; devoted brother of the late William "Billy" Hayman; devoted grandfather of Sarah Rebecca Hayman, Simon Hayman and Emily Hayman Doodlebug; devoted brother-in-law of Patricia Levy, Mary Jane Mills and husband John and John Hofmeister and wife Emma Jean. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11705 Belair Road (Kingsville)
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2012
Glenelg Country School has named Oakland Mills graduate Glenn Hayman as its new varsity boys soccer coach. Hayman returns to the Howard County area after a successful soccer career as a player and a coach at Roanoke College. After helping Oakland Mills capture consecutive state championships in 1998-99, Hayman enjoyed a four-year career at Roanoke before becoming an assistant coach at the college. He also coached at Lord Botetourt High School from 2007-09. As a college player, heĀ earned All-Old Dominion Athletic Conference honors in both his junior and senior seasons.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1996
Sidney Marshall Hayman, retired owner of a Princess Anne finance company and civic activist, died of prostate cancer Monday at his home in the Eastern Shore town. He was 90.In 1984, he retired as owner and manager of General Finance Co., a mortgage, insurance and loan business he founded in 1935. The business later was sold to Blazer Finance Services Inc.Known as "Cap'n Sidney" or "Mr. Sidney," he conducted his business in an old-fashioned manner, often sealing deals with handshakes."He lent money to watermen and other local people, often to several generations of the same family," said a daughter, Sidney Daphne Hayman of Salisbury.
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By Chris Guy ... and Chris Guy ...,Sun reporter | April 23, 2008
MANOKIN -- Somerset County Detective Sgt. George Wilson was always perplexed about the disappearance of 31-year-old Rhonda Lee Parks two years ago. Despite a history of drug abuse and a fractured family life, Parks would never skip town without trying to contact her three children, Wilson said. "It looked for a while like she might have been hiding out from some upcoming court cases she was facing," said Wilson, a member of the county sheriff's office. "But as time went on, with no contact with her kids, we thought it was going to turn out something worse."
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | December 19, 1996
It would be unfair to slash the pension of a former county employee to make up for the excesses of an overly generous retirement system, a county lawyer argued yesterday in Anne Arundel Circuit Court."
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2000
Oakland Mills point guard Glenn Hayman, the sweeper on back-to-back state championship soccer teams, has a stoic mentality formed by years of high-level soccer competition. His unflappable play, the continued dominance of 6-foot-3 center Cyril Chesson (24 points) and key contributions from the rest of Oakland Mills' shrunken eight-man team combined yesterday to defeat Hammond, 71-60, and send the No. 20-ranked Scorpions where even they didn't dream they would be -- playing for the county title on the final day of the season.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | November 18, 1995
Terri Hayman had her anterior cruciate ligament, the major ligament in the knee, reconstructed on May 30. For five months, the Oakland Mills senior worked hard to rehabilitate her left knee with one goal in mind.Playing in the postseason."No matter what I had to do I was going to get back for the playoffs," said Hayman, a center midfielder.Hayman made it back, playing in the Scorpions' second playoff game. Last night, she made it all the way back, scoring a first-half goal that paved the way for Oakland Mills' 2-0 victory over Hereford for the 1A-2A state title.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,Sun Staff | November 17, 1999
Candied yams, those big starchy slabs of potato slathered with butter and sweetened with marshmallows, are a Thanksgiving staple. But a little treasure of a spud called a Hayman -- an Eastern Shore tradition -- has made its way across the Chesapeake Bay, bringing a sweeter, lighter alternative for the holiday table.The Hayman sweet potato is an heirloom variety that has been grown for more than a century on the Shore. Smaller than a traditional sweet potato, it has white flesh that turns pale yellow when cooked -- and a lush, sweet flavor that makes marshmallows unnecessary.
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By Carolyn Melago and Carolyn Melago,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | September 8, 1997
The Rev. Bill Hayman was puzzled last month when a man called his office claiming to represent the Coalition for Compassion, requesting donations for a needy woman. That's because Hayman is a supervisor for the Coalition for Compassion, a group that distributes money to Howard County residents who can't pay utility, rent or prescription-drug bills."He told me he was calling for the Coalition for Compassion, which I thought was awfully strange," said Hayman, pastor of Lutheran Church of the Living Word in Columbia.
NEWS
January 3, 2000
Leukemia Society honors Hayman Systems president Richard Hayman, president of Hayman Systems of Laurel, was recently named the 1999 Man of the Year by the Leukemia Society of America for Washington. Hayman raised $47,964. The 20 nominees for Man and Woman of the Year spent six weeks campaigning, and the title went to the top two fund-raisers. A total of more than $219,000 was raised, most of which will support research and treatments for leukemia and related diseases. Names in the news Kevin McCormick of Severna Park has joined John E. Harms Jr. and Associates Inc. of Pasadena.
NEWS
September 10, 2006
On September 6, 2006, JOHN H., JR.; beloved husband of Margaret Ann (nee Hofmeister); devoted father of Pamela Summo and husband Jack, Gregory John Hayman and wife of Rebecca; devoted brother of the late William "Billy" Hayman; devoted grandfather of Sarah Rebecca Hayman, Simon Hayman and Emily Hayman Doodlebug; devoted brother-in-law of Patricia Levy, Mary Jane Mills and husband John and John Hofmeister and wife Emma Jean. Also survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held at the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home, P.A., 11705 Belair Road (Kingsville)
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By Jennifer Skalka and Jennifer Skalka,SUN STAFF | August 20, 2005
OCEAN CITY - William Donald Schaefer wandered the red carpets at the Maryland Association of Counties convention here yesterday with one thing on his mind: free stuff. Big stuff, little stuff, no matter. He wanted it all, and he wasn't afraid to ask for it: "What are you giving away?" Schaefer, 83, asked the corporate vendors and government agency representatives lining the floor at Ocean City's Roland E. Powell Convention Center. "What have you got over here?" For Schaefer, Maryland's comptroller, the purpose of the annual convention is to collect giveaways - the pencils and pens, cup holders, Frisbees and calendars - that exhibitors display to lure people into their booths.
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By MIKE PRESTON | January 7, 2005
HERE'S A RIDDLE: When is a basketball tournament not a basketball tournament? Answer: When it comes with an academic and public service component. That's not a particularly funny joke, but, for Warren Hayman, the education of African-American high school athletes is no laughing matter. It's why Hayman, the co-chair of the annual Basketball Academy sessions going on this weekend at Morgan State, is determined to ensure that black student-athletes from the 20 boys and girls teams are as strong on the left of the hyphen as they are on the right.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 10, 2002
Donald L. Arnold, president of the Baltimore County Board of Education, and James R. Sasiadek, the vice president, were re-elected to the one-year positions last night. "In this coming year, we have many challenges to address," said Arnold, who thanked fellow members. Arnold has been president for three years. He and Sasiadek were unopposed, and the board voted unanimously in their favor. Afterward, board member Warren C. Hayman urged rotating the officer positions, arguing that "it takes away the politics of it."
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By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,SUN STAFF | November 7, 2001
Students in Baltimore County schools will not be allowed to take overseas field trips this academic year, school board members decided last night. Trips to such places as Spain, Italy and Ireland are canceled, as fears stemming from the recent terrorist attacks outweighed the desire to give what members acknowledged were valuable educational experiences to middle and high school students. The vote was 8-4, with members John A. Hayden III, Warren C. Hayman, Jean M.H. Jung and Sanford V. Teplitzky dissenting.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | September 19, 2001
They are proud, talented and a bit cocky. They are the four soccer players from Howard County who have gone south to Roanoke College in Virginia in hopes of being part of an NCAA Division III tournament team. Senior midfielder Ryan Pflugrad from Hammond High started the migration three years ago, and sophomores Chris Ebeling, Dave Lechtrecker and Glenn Hayman have followed. "We play the best soccer in the state in Howard County," Hayman said. "I know they think they're tough in East Baltimore, but we play a different style.
NEWS
By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | December 7, 1995
State Del. John R. Leopold went to court yesterday to try to overturn Anne Arundel County's decision to allow an aide to former Executive Robert R. Neall to increase her county pension by adding credit for four years of state service.Mr. Leopold, joined by a former member of the Pension Oversight Commission, filed suit in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court seeking an order to stop the county from awarding the pension with credit for the years of state service.The suit was filed a day after the County Council asked the county attorney's office to seek a ruling on the same issue.
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By JOHN A. MORRIS and JOHN A. MORRIS,SUN STAFF | September 24, 1995
An aide to former Anne Arundel County Executive Robert R. Neall will receive a lucrative pension when she retires despite an opinion from Maryland Attorney General J. Joseph Curran Jr., a county spokeswoman said Friday.Mr. Curran released a legal opinion Thursday suggesting county officials incorrectly credited Louise Hayman, who was Mr. Neall's press secretary, with four years she had worked for former Gov. William Donald Schaefer.State Del. John R. Leopold, who requested Mr. Curran's opinion in July, called it a "public rebuke" of county officials, particularly County Attorney Phillip F. Scheibe.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 20, 2000
Every team should have such a rebuilding year. After 6-foot-5 Co-Players of the Year Murray Graves and Anthony Breland graduated last season, Oakland Mills' basketball fortunes appeared ready to tumble. Instead, despite an above-average amount of team turmoil, this year's team is 14-7 overall and 13-4 in the league, ranked No. 20 and one game away from repeating as county champions. The Scorpions play host to Centennial on Tuesday in a winner-takes-all game. "It's a surprise to us," said point guard and co-captain Glenn Hayman.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | February 18, 2000
Oakland Mills point guard Glenn Hayman, the sweeper on back-to-back state championship soccer teams, has a stoic mentality formed by years of high-level soccer competition. His unflappable play, the continued dominance of 6-foot-3 center Cyril Chesson (24 points) and key contributions from the rest of Oakland Mills' shrunken eight-man team combined yesterday to defeat Hammond, 71-60, and send the No. 20-ranked Scorpions where even they didn't dream they would be -- playing for the county title on the final day of the season.
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