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March 11, 2005
On Wednesday, March 9, 2005 JOAN MARIE HEBERT, Age 73, a native of Youngstown, OH. Joan was the loving wife of John R. Hebert of Port Arthur, TX. They were married in 1950 in Texas. Joan assisted John through the corp of cadets and a BSME at Texas A&M College. They settled in Maryland in 1956 when John accepted a postion at AAI Corporation (Retired 1994 as VP Mechanical Division) following an assignment with the US Army at Edgewood Arsenal. Joan was a supervisor of Handbags at Hutzler's Towson Department Store, a volunteer at the Cardiac Rehab Unit at GBMC and a Charter Member of the Valley Bridge Club in Towson.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2013
John R. Hebert, a retired mechanical engineer who was vice president of operations at AAI Corp. in Cockeysville, died April 17 of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The resident of Phoenix in Baltimore County was 83. John Ray Hebert was born and raised in Port Arthur, Texas, where he graduated from St. Mary's High School. Mr. Hebert earned a bachelor's degree in the early 1950s from Texas A&M University in College Station. He later served in the Army, where he attained the rank of lieutenant.
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SPORTS
May 24, 1991
Quarterback Bobby Hebert has reached accord with the New Orleans Saints on a contract calling for double his 1989 salary, and only some technicalities are holding up a final agreement, his agent and other sources said yesterday.Hebert was benched for the final three games of the 1989 season -- all victories led by John Fourcade. After the season, Hebert said he would never again play for the Saints, no matter how much they paid him. He sat out last season.Greg Campbell, Hebert's agent, said Hebert has agreed to a two-year deal, although no contract had been signed.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | May 16, 2010
Geoff Hebert (Dulaney) totaled a career-high 22 saves while six different starters scored at least three points to power top-seeded Stevenson past Cabrini, 19-9, in the second round of the men's NCAA Division III tournament. The Mustangs (18-1) outscored the Cavaliers (15-4), 17-7, over the final three quarters. The win marks the eighth straight for Stevenson this season and its third in four NCAA tournament games after the team went 2-1 a year ago in advancing to the national semifinals.
NEWS
November 30, 2002
Osmar Guido "Ozzie" Hebert, a retired boating liaison officer for the state Department of Natural Resources and mill enthusiast, died of complications from an infection Sunday at his Centreville home. He was 67. Mr. Hebert was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. He was a 1953 graduate of Towson High School and earned his bachelor's degree in forestry from Purdue University in 1958. He began his career with the Maryland Department of Forests and Parks in 1958 and was promoted three years later to district park supervisor for the northern section of the state.
SPORTS
November 9, 1991
The New Orleans Saints will be without starting quarterback Bobby Hebert for at least two more games, including tomorrow's game against the San Francisco 49ers.Hebert was examined Thursday in Los Angeles for right shoulder injuries affecting his throwing arm.Dr. Frank Jobe confirmed Hebert had a bruised rotator cuff muscle and a sprained shoulder."It sounds like three weeks to me," coach Jim Mora said. "But again, as with all injuries, nothing is etched in stone for a minimum or maximum time."
SPORTS
June 5, 1991
Quarterback Bobby Hebert ended a 1 1/2 -year holdout yesterday by signing a new contract with the New Orleans Saints.Hebert, who sat out all last season after demanding in January 1990 to be traded, said at a news conference that he had signed a two-year contract with no option.He would not discuss terms of the contract, which reportedly is heavy with incentives.Nor would Hebert discuss his holdout or his often stormy negotiations with Jim Finks, president and general manager. Hebert alluded only once, with a hint of sarcasm, to the Saints' apparent refusal to trade or release him."
SPORTS
April 12, 1992
CollegesNavy -- Named Don DeVoe men's basketball coach.HockeySt. Louis Blues -- Recalled G Guy Hebert from Peoria of the IHL.
NEWS
By Erin Texeira and Erin Texeira,SUN STAFF | August 22, 1998
A Baltimore County firefighter was indicted by a county grand jury yesterday and suspended without pay on charges of stealing Fire Department radio equipment, a county fire spokesman said.Phillip Hebert of Owings Mills is accused of stealing two 800-megahertz radios typically used by area firefighters and police to dispatch officials to emergency scenes, said Mark F. Hubbard, battalion chief in the Baltimore County Fire Department.Hubbard said the equipment could have been used to put out false calls for assistance.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | September 9, 1996
The American Cafe in Columbia's Town Center will close permanently by the end of this month, as the restaurant's parent company shuts down almost the entire chain.But the Rouse Co. says it immediately will begin looking to replace what is the only restaurant on the periphery of The Mall in Columbia, calling it an ideal location for a dining establishment.Magic Restaurants -- the Yonkers, N.Y., owner of the area chain -- decided that the American Cafe restaurants had become dated but did not want to spend money to renovate most of its locations, said Keith Hebert, the company's vice president of operations.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | May 10, 2009
Rob Pannell had a hat trick and two assists to lead Cornell past Hofstra, 11-8, in the opening round of the NCAA championship at Schoellkopf Field on Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y. Pride freshman goalie Andrew Gvozden posted 15 saves. Jay Card, Michael Colleluori and Anthony Muscarella each scored twice for the Pride, which ended its season with an 11-4 mark. Cornell advances to the Northern quarterfinals at Hofstra's Shuart Stadium Saturday at noon against the winner of Sunday's Massachusetts-Princeton game.
NEWS
March 11, 2005
On Wednesday, March 9, 2005 JOAN MARIE HEBERT, Age 73, a native of Youngstown, OH. Joan was the loving wife of John R. Hebert of Port Arthur, TX. They were married in 1950 in Texas. Joan assisted John through the corp of cadets and a BSME at Texas A&M College. They settled in Maryland in 1956 when John accepted a postion at AAI Corporation (Retired 1994 as VP Mechanical Division) following an assignment with the US Army at Edgewood Arsenal. Joan was a supervisor of Handbags at Hutzler's Towson Department Store, a volunteer at the Cardiac Rehab Unit at GBMC and a Charter Member of the Valley Bridge Club in Towson.
NEWS
December 29, 2004
On December 28, 2004, EDWARD JOSEPH HEBERT, JR., of Abingdon, MD; beloved son of Florence C. Minnick Jones and the late Edward Joseph Hebert, Sr., devoted father of the late Michael Joseph Hebert; loving brother of Nancy Hebert and Kim Mc Dermott; uncle of Kathryn Jean Mc Dermott and Rachel Elizabeth Mc Dermott. Also survived by many aunts and uncles. Services will be held in the family owned Mc Comas Funeral Home, P.A., in Abingdon, MD on Thursday, December 30, at 12:30 p.m. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, Bel Air, MD. Friends may call at the funeral home in Abingdon on Wednesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and on Thursday, from 9 to 12:30 p.m. Those desiring may contribute to Transplant Resource Center of Maryland, 1540 Caton Center Drive, Suite R, Baltimore, Maryland 21227.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 14, 2004
Vanya Voynitsky is weary, fed-up and middle-aged. He has sacrificed his personal life for his work, only to learn that after 25 devoted, selfless years, he's about to be pink-slipped, made redundant, just plain shunted aside. Anton Chekhov wrote Uncle Vanya more than a century ago, but the title character's situation is remarkably up-to-date, and so is the stirringly fresh performance of Mitchell Hebert in that role at Everyman Theatre. To describe the depiction of a discontented, worn-down character as "fresh" may seem like a contradiction in terms.
NEWS
November 30, 2002
Osmar Guido "Ozzie" Hebert, a retired boating liaison officer for the state Department of Natural Resources and mill enthusiast, died of complications from an infection Sunday at his Centreville home. He was 67. Mr. Hebert was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. He was a 1953 graduate of Towson High School and earned his bachelor's degree in forestry from Purdue University in 1958. He began his career with the Maryland Department of Forests and Parks in 1958 and was promoted three years later to district park supervisor for the northern section of the state.
NEWS
August 8, 2002
Leo Robert Hebert, a retired radio engineer, died of complications from surgery Friday at Boone Hospital Center in Columbia, Mo. He was 77 and divided his time between homes in Owings Mills and Keytesville, Mo. He retired in 1986 from Radio Corp. of America's service department, where he installed and repaired two-way radios. Born in Malone, N.Y., he was raised in Northeast Baltimore and attended Polytechnic Institute. He served in the Army during World War II. Mr. Hebert was a member of the Baltimore Amateur Radio Club, the Model Airplane Association and Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church in Owings Mills.
FEATURES
By Los Angeles Daily News | October 28, 1992
Kathi Kamen Goldmark listened to her mother nine years ago and where did it get her?Singing in a rock band with novelist Stephen King, dining with humor writer Dave Barry, hunting for parking places with actress Shirley MacLaine, grabbing a snack with comedian Yakov Smirnoff, receiving flowers from romance writer Jackie Collins and sitting in companionable silence with author Norman Mailer, whom she describes as "shy."The relentless round of glamour, gossip and good times doesn't interfere with her work -- it is her work.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | April 18, 2000
With its circular central platform surrounded by white pillars, the set for Olney Theatre Center's production of "Tartuffe" looks like a cross between a wedding cake and a giant music box. And, indeed, director Halo Wines' solid staging of Moliere's 17th-century comedy is a pleasantly harmonious confection. In the play, Orgon, a gullible Paris aristocrat, falls under the sway of a flim-flam holy man named Tartuffe. If Orgon's home is depicted as an elegant music box -- complete with tinkly music and dance interludes between scenes -- the pseudo-pious Tartuffe sounds the sole discordant note.
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