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August 6, 2007
On August 3, 2007, MARION N. (nee Neely), loving wife of William B. Hollman of 56 years, devoted mother of Mary Ann Boyd of Baltimore, MD and Michael D. Hollman, Sr. of Eldersburg, MD, sister of Della E. Mabe of Rogersville, TN; Franklin D.R. Neely of Eldersburg, MD; daughter-in-law of Joyce Stinchcomb of Pasadena, MD; grandmother of seven and great grandmother of three. She was predeceased by parents Luther G. and Katherine L. Neely, a son William B. Hollman, Jr., a brother, one sister and one grandchild.
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February 15, 2008
On February 12, 2008, beloved son of Maxine Witherspoon; loving brother to two brothers and one sister and father to three children. Also survived by other loving relatives and friends. Family will receive friends 6 P.M. Funeral service 6:30 P.M. on Monday, February 18, 2008 at Chatman-Harris Funeral Home, 5240 Reisterstown Road.
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SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 29, 1995
After having a spectacular freshman season that included an 18th-place finish in the state meet, Josh Hollman thought he'd be in line to be Francis Scott Key's No. 1 runner this fall.But at one of Key's early practices this season, he saw David Higgs leading the pack. That sight puzzled Hollman a bit, as Higgs struggled at times last fall while running fourth or fifth for the Eagles."I said, 'What's he doing up there?,' " said Hollman.He soon found out. Higgs has made a dramatic improvement since last fall, and, combined with the steady Hollman, gives Francis Scott Key a formidable one-two punch heading into the regional and state meets.
NEWS
August 6, 2007
On August 3, 2007, MARION N. (nee Neely), loving wife of William B. Hollman of 56 years, devoted mother of Mary Ann Boyd of Baltimore, MD and Michael D. Hollman, Sr. of Eldersburg, MD, sister of Della E. Mabe of Rogersville, TN; Franklin D.R. Neely of Eldersburg, MD; daughter-in-law of Joyce Stinchcomb of Pasadena, MD; grandmother of seven and great grandmother of three. She was predeceased by parents Luther G. and Katherine L. Neely, a son William B. Hollman, Jr., a brother, one sister and one grandchild.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2000
Seventh-ranked McDonogh came out fired up for revenge last night, and scorched top-ranked Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Mount St. Joseph, 31-16, for its 10th straight win before nearly 1,000 fans at McDonogh. The intensity of the Eagles, out for redemption after an earlier, non-league loss, overwhelmed the visiting Gaels (18-1, 8-1). Mike Hollman (160) gave McDonogh (20-1, 10-0) an insurmountable, 28-9 lead with three bouts left, his five second-period takedowns leading to a 19-7 major decision.
NEWS
December 2, 1990
The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy will receive a $5,000 grant from the Janice Hollman Grant fund to aid a conservation program in the Gunpowder watershed of Baltimore and Harford counties.The conservancy is one of nine land trusts in Maryland that will receive a grant from the Hollman fund.The fund, named for the co-founder of the Severn River Land Trust and the Arundel Conservation Trust, supports land trusts in their protection efforts.The conservancy's land trust is available to assist property owners who wish to preserve their land.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | October 9, 1996
Golfers may drink beer on Carroll County fairways again, at least for the next 60 days while the county liquor board reviews how golf club owners monitor the sale, service and consumption of alcohol.The board's decision yesterday to review the matter rescinds its decision last month to halt the consumption of alcohol outside clubhouses. In a written opinion, the board reminded golf course operators that their liquor licenses permit the sale and consumption of alcoholic beverages only in the clubhouses.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | June 22, 1993
The more problems that can be solved in the early stages of the planning process of the 196-acre, 303-unit Manchester Farms development, the quicker the final stages will become a reality, Benjamin Perricone, the Manchester Planning and Zoning Commission chairman, said last night.At the commission's regular meeting, the commissioners quizzed Randy Bachtel, the development's project manager, and Charles Hollman, an attorney who represents owner Herbert W. Wessel of Hampstead, on items ranging from the layout of Southwestern Avenue to whether cul-de-sacs in Manchester Farms would contain islands with plantings.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Being in position to clinch the match was not a role Mike Hollman asked for. But after Hollman's major decision clinched last night's 35-15 victory for seventh-ranked McDonogh over unbeaten, 12th-ranked Calvert Hall, the 160-pound senior certainly can get used to it. Hollman improved to 13-4 after a 10-1 decision over James Hale, which, with a forfeit to heavyweight teammate Kellen Williams factored in, gave the Eagles an insurmountable 32-9 lead with...
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | March 31, 1995
The Thomas Johnson baseball hex over South Carroll continued yesterday.Thomas Johnson scored seven runs in two innings after being no-hit by Zach Hollman for three innings, and the Patriots went on to a 9-4 victory in a Central Maryland Conference game at South Carroll.It was just last May that Thomas Johnson defeated South Carroll, 6-5, in the 3A West Region championship game, making it the second time in the past three years that Thomas Johnson had prevented the Cavaliers from going to the state 3A tournament.
NEWS
By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JULIE BYKOWICZ,SUN REPORTER | May 13, 2006
Speeding from police in a stolen BMW with stolen plasma televisions and money, Stephan Vaughn Jr. tore through two Baltimore mothers' lives last July, taking from each her only son. Debbie Jurkiewicz was about to step out of her home in Highlandtown at 7 a.m. when the police officer approached her, asked to come inside, asked her to sit down. Denis Jurkiewicz Jr., 24, had died in a car crash hours earlier as he was driving to his parents' house after work. Margie Robinson learned about the crash that afternoon, as she dropped her daughter in the West Baltimore neighborhood where the children's father and grandmother lived.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 2, 2003
A woman was killed and two men were injured in a three-car accident early yesterday in Pasadena, according to state police and emergency medical officials. Chrystal Isaacs, 18, of the 1100 block of Mount Drive, Pasadena, was killed in the accident, which occurred about 2:30 a.m. on westbound Route 100 east of Route 10. Injured in the accident, which shut down the road for several hours, were Erik Harris, 20, of the 500 block of Pheasant Court, Pasadena, and William Hollman III, 21, of the 1800 block of Cook Farm Court, Pasadena.
FEATURES
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 25, 2000
Cool Whip masquerading as eyeballs? Bean dip disguised as a graveyard? Making delicious, even nutritious Halloween treats for kids is easy with a few tricks. Eerie transformations take place in Mary Ann Hollman's kitchen around Halloween every year. Ordinary foods turn into bewitching feasts: The pizza is an edible midnight scene with bats and moons. Macaroni and cheese arrive in a bowl made out of a real pumpkin. Hollman, the mother of four boys between 8 and 14, goes all-out for Halloween, making time between work and family to execute creative but simple ideas that can easily be duplicated.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2000
Host McDonogh advanced 10 of its 13 wrestlers into today's semifinals and has a 16-point lead over Mount St. Joseph entering today's final day of the Maryland Private Schools state tournament. Last night also saw a big upset. Eighth-grader Rudy Rueda III, competing at 103 pounds for Clinton's Grace Brethren, edged Clayton Bentz, Gilman's top-ranked Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association champ, on double-overtime riding criteria, 4-3. Advancing for the fourth-ranked Eagles (120.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2000
Seventh-ranked McDonogh came out fired up for revenge last night, and scorched top-ranked Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association rival Mount St. Joseph, 31-16, for its 10th straight win before nearly 1,000 fans at McDonogh. The intensity of the Eagles, out for redemption after an earlier, non-league loss, overwhelmed the visiting Gaels (18-1, 8-1). Mike Hollman (160) gave McDonogh (20-1, 10-0) an insurmountable, 28-9 lead with three bouts left, his five second-period takedowns leading to a 19-7 major decision.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2000
Being in position to clinch the match was not a role Mike Hollman asked for. But after Hollman's major decision clinched last night's 35-15 victory for seventh-ranked McDonogh over unbeaten, 12th-ranked Calvert Hall, the 160-pound senior certainly can get used to it. Hollman improved to 13-4 after a 10-1 decision over James Hale, which, with a forfeit to heavyweight teammate Kellen Williams factored in, gave the Eagles an insurmountable 32-9 lead with...
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 2, 2003
A woman was killed and two men were injured in a three-car accident early yesterday in Pasadena, according to state police and emergency medical officials. Chrystal Isaacs, 18, of the 1100 block of Mount Drive, Pasadena, was killed in the accident, which occurred about 2:30 a.m. on westbound Route 100 east of Route 10. Injured in the accident, which shut down the road for several hours, were Erik Harris, 20, of the 500 block of Pheasant Court, Pasadena, and William Hollman III, 21, of the 1800 block of Cook Farm Court, Pasadena.
NEWS
By JULIE BYKOWICZ and JULIE BYKOWICZ,SUN REPORTER | May 13, 2006
Speeding from police in a stolen BMW with stolen plasma televisions and money, Stephan Vaughn Jr. tore through two Baltimore mothers' lives last July, taking from each her only son. Debbie Jurkiewicz was about to step out of her home in Highlandtown at 7 a.m. when the police officer approached her, asked to come inside, asked her to sit down. Denis Jurkiewicz Jr., 24, had died in a car crash hours earlier as he was driving to his parents' house after work. Margie Robinson learned about the crash that afternoon, as she dropped her daughter in the West Baltimore neighborhood where the children's father and grandmother lived.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | January 9, 1998
A week ago, it would have been a battle of unbeatens. Tonight, only one perfect team will be on display when Brunswick plays at home against Monocacy Valley Athletic League rival Francis Scott Key.While Brunswick goes in 9-0 overall and 6-0 in league play, Key will be trying to regroup after successive losses at North Hagerstown and at home against Catoctin, making its record 7-2, 3-2."Our expectations for a good year were high before the season started, and they still are," scoring leader Josh Hollman was saying before a recent practice.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1997
The Carroll County liquor board found the Hampstead American Legion not guilty of noise, illegal conduct and open-container complaints lodged by a next-door neighbor.Robert S. Williams of the 1000 block of Cedarbrook Drive told the board that excessive noise levels from live bands at the American Legion are a common occurrence two or three Saturday nights a month.Williams said he had problems with beer cans and bottles being tossed under 30-foot pine trees that separate legion property from his. He also said members attending dances often gathered on the parking lot, drank openly and made noise after the music stopped at 12: 30 a.m.And Williams said attempts to get legion officials to address his complaints were greeted with hostile, obscene comments.
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