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October 29, 2006
On October 27, 2006, at Chester River Hospital Center, KATHARINE ADELE COCKEY CARTER, (90), Chestertown, MD. Survived by her loving husband of 64 years, James Butler Carter; a son, James Butler Carter, Jr. and his wife Marie Webb Carter, of Fairfax, VA; a daughter, Katharine Carter Goodling, of Virginia Beach; four granddaughters, Katharine Marie Carter, of Fairfax, VA, Rebekah Miriam Carter, of San Diego, CA, Ashley Elizabeth Carter, of Fairfax, VA,...
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
It's more of a faraway vision to Billy Cosh now: at the end of a country road, Arundel's football field, the quarterback's canvas under the hazy white glow of a Friday night. That was where the state of Maryland's all-time leading passer painted his legacy and where possibilities seemed as limitless as the magic from his right arm. "I miss it, you know?" said the 21-year-old Cosh, a 2009 Arundel graduate now on scholarship at the University of Houston with two years of eligibility remaining.
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NEWS
September 29, 2005
On September 27, 2005, EDWARD W., beloved husband of Joan M. Lloyd (nee Hasse); devoted father of Edward Wilson Lloyd, Jr. and Dawn M. Leaf; loving grandfather of Jordan, Benjamin and James Butler. Also survived by three brothers and six sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated Mc CULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Avenue (Brooklyn) on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral services will be held on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
NEWS
October 29, 2006
On October 27, 2006, at Chester River Hospital Center, KATHARINE ADELE COCKEY CARTER, (90), Chestertown, MD. Survived by her loving husband of 64 years, James Butler Carter; a son, James Butler Carter, Jr. and his wife Marie Webb Carter, of Fairfax, VA; a daughter, Katharine Carter Goodling, of Virginia Beach; four granddaughters, Katharine Marie Carter, of Fairfax, VA, Rebekah Miriam Carter, of San Diego, CA, Ashley Elizabeth Carter, of Fairfax, VA,...
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2000
Thomas Hawkins broke one record and then helped keep the team unbeaten record intact as No. 2 Annapolis reeled off its 12th straight by 69-54 over No. 17 North County (7-5) last night in Annapolis. Hawkins was one of four Panthers to score in double figures, but his 18 points gave him a career total of 1,239, making him the school's all-time leading scorer. The victory was icing on the cake for Hawkins, who also had 10 rebounds, three blocks, a steal and an assist. "It makes it sweeter because North County has a good team this year and it was a good victory," said Hawkins, who called breaking the record "an honor."
NEWS
April 16, 2002
Roger "Bob" Butler, who started a home improvement business after retiring as a Baltimore police officer, died of a heart attack Wednesday at his home in Arnold. He was 73. A native of Frederick, Okla., he joined the Navy when he was 17 and served as an electrician during World War II. While stationed in Annapolis, he met Audrey May of Baltimore. They were married for 53 years and had lived in Arnold for the past 29 years. After leaving the Navy, he worked briefly as an electrician before he became a police officer.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2004
There's a sister act on Arundel's top-ranked girls basketball team, but it's not easy to find. Scroll down the roster or listen to player introductions, and you won't have a clue. Every player has a different last name. Then take a second look at the roster ... hmm ... Janae and Danae, and watch junior forward Janae Butler and sophomore guard Danae Brownlee play together. "Yeah, they're sisters. It's a fun thing when they're looking for each other and you see them smiling," said Arundel coach Lee Rogers.
NEWS
September 19, 1999
Bid farewell to medalAT THE Annapolis city council meeting Monday night, Mayor Dean L. Johnson doled out awards to several employees who have spent decades working for the city.With pomp and pageantry, Johnson introduced James Butler -- a refuse equipment operator who has spent 42 years with the Department of Public Works -- to receive the longest-serving employee award.As Johnson dramatically hoisted the ribbon to place it around Butler's neck, the silver medal suddenly came loose and fell to the ground.
NEWS
September 10, 2003
RESULTS BY DISTRICT 1st Council District 20 of 20 precincts reporting Democrat .............................. Vote ............. Pct. James B. Kraft .................... 1,690 .............. 35 Benjamin A. Neil .................. 1,434 .............. 29 Art McGreevy .......................... 581 .............. 12 Angelo Solera ......................... 472 .............. 10 Barry Glassman ...................... 276 ................ 6 Baltimore Bob Murray ............. 220 .....
NEWS
October 13, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for James Hiram Butler Jr., who was among the first three black members of the Baltimore Police Department and the first to become a ranking officer, will be offered at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, Edgewood Road and Liberty Heights Avenue.Mr. Butler, who retired as a lieutenant in 1966, died of pulmonary disease Wednesday at Sinai Hospital. He was 82 and lived on Mohawk Avenue.Born in Baltimore, Mr. Butler was a graduate of Douglass High School and attended Temple University before receiving his undergraduate degree in 1931 from what is now Morgan State University.
NEWS
September 29, 2005
On September 27, 2005, EDWARD W., beloved husband of Joan M. Lloyd (nee Hasse); devoted father of Edward Wilson Lloyd, Jr. and Dawn M. Leaf; loving grandfather of Jordan, Benjamin and James Butler. Also survived by three brothers and six sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the family owned and operated Mc CULLY-POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 237 E. Patapsco Avenue (Brooklyn) on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where funeral services will be held on Friday at 11 A.M. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2004
There's a sister act on Arundel's top-ranked girls basketball team, but it's not easy to find. Scroll down the roster or listen to player introductions, and you won't have a clue. Every player has a different last name. Then take a second look at the roster ... hmm ... Janae and Danae, and watch junior forward Janae Butler and sophomore guard Danae Brownlee play together. "Yeah, they're sisters. It's a fun thing when they're looking for each other and you see them smiling," said Arundel coach Lee Rogers.
NEWS
September 10, 2003
RESULTS BY DISTRICT 1st Council District 20 of 20 precincts reporting Democrat .............................. Vote ............. Pct. James B. Kraft .................... 1,690 .............. 35 Benjamin A. Neil .................. 1,434 .............. 29 Art McGreevy .......................... 581 .............. 12 Angelo Solera ......................... 472 .............. 10 Barry Glassman ...................... 276 ................ 6 Baltimore Bob Murray ............. 220 .....
NEWS
April 16, 2002
Roger "Bob" Butler, who started a home improvement business after retiring as a Baltimore police officer, died of a heart attack Wednesday at his home in Arnold. He was 73. A native of Frederick, Okla., he joined the Navy when he was 17 and served as an electrician during World War II. While stationed in Annapolis, he met Audrey May of Baltimore. They were married for 53 years and had lived in Arnold for the past 29 years. After leaving the Navy, he worked briefly as an electrician before he became a police officer.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley | January 25, 2000
Thomas Hawkins broke one record and then helped keep the team unbeaten record intact as No. 2 Annapolis reeled off its 12th straight by 69-54 over No. 17 North County (7-5) last night in Annapolis. Hawkins was one of four Panthers to score in double figures, but his 18 points gave him a career total of 1,239, making him the school's all-time leading scorer. The victory was icing on the cake for Hawkins, who also had 10 rebounds, three blocks, a steal and an assist. "It makes it sweeter because North County has a good team this year and it was a good victory," said Hawkins, who called breaking the record "an honor."
NEWS
September 19, 1999
Bid farewell to medalAT THE Annapolis city council meeting Monday night, Mayor Dean L. Johnson doled out awards to several employees who have spent decades working for the city.With pomp and pageantry, Johnson introduced James Butler -- a refuse equipment operator who has spent 42 years with the Department of Public Works -- to receive the longest-serving employee award.As Johnson dramatically hoisted the ribbon to place it around Butler's neck, the silver medal suddenly came loose and fell to the ground.
SPORTS
By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2013
It's more of a faraway vision to Billy Cosh now: at the end of a country road, Arundel's football field, the quarterback's canvas under the hazy white glow of a Friday night. That was where the state of Maryland's all-time leading passer painted his legacy and where possibilities seemed as limitless as the magic from his right arm. "I miss it, you know?" said the 21-year-old Cosh, a 2009 Arundel graduate now on scholarship at the University of Houston with two years of eligibility remaining.
NEWS
October 13, 1991
A Mass of Christian burial for James Hiram Butler Jr., who was among the first three black members of the Baltimore Police Department and the first to become a ranking officer, will be offered at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at Our Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, Edgewood Road and Liberty Heights Avenue.Mr. Butler, who retired as a lieutenant in 1966, died of pulmonary disease Wednesday at Sinai Hospital. He was 82 and lived on Mohawk Avenue.Born in Baltimore, Mr. Butler was a graduate of Douglass High School and attended Temple University before receiving his undergraduate degree in 1931 from what is now Morgan State University.
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