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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | November 19, 2008
Dr. James Russo, a retired anesthesiologist who established the department of anesthesiology at what is now Mercy Medical Center, died Saturday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 91. Dr. Russo, the son of an immigrant Italian grocer, was born and raised in Norristown, Pa. He was a 1935 graduate of Norristown High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Ursinus College in 1939. "He had a brother who was 18 years older who had gone to medical school, and he wanted to follow in his footsteps," said a daughter, Elena R. Trentalange of Glen Arm. After earning his medical degree in 1943 from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, he completed an internship at what is now Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, Pa., and an internship in anesthesia at the Lahey Clinic in Boston.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | November 19, 2008
Dr. James Russo, a retired anesthesiologist who established the department of anesthesiology at what is now Mercy Medical Center, died Saturday of heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 91. Dr. Russo, the son of an immigrant Italian grocer, was born and raised in Norristown, Pa. He was a 1935 graduate of Norristown High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Ursinus College in 1939. "He had a brother who was 18 years older who had gone to medical school, and he wanted to follow in his footsteps," said a daughter, Elena R. Trentalange of Glen Arm. After earning his medical degree in 1943 from Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, he completed an internship at what is now Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, Pa., and an internship in anesthesia at the Lahey Clinic in Boston.
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SPORTS
By Rick Belz | November 16, 2002
Today Class 1A: No. 9 Oakland Mills (12-4) vs. Smithsburg (13-4-1) Site: UMBC Time: Noon Outlook: The Scorpions seek a state-record 12th state title and their fourth in the past five years. Smithsburg, from Washington County, appears in its first state final. Oakland Mills is more skilled than last season, when it lost in the final to Pocomoke, but still depends mainly on set plays for its offense, which is so balanced that no player has scored more than five goals. The Scorpions, with just two returning starters from a year ago, have eight shutouts and are unscored-upon in the playoffs.
SPORTS
December 28, 2004
Moves Baseball HUTCH AWARD: Honor for courage and dedication to baseball was given to Padres P Trevor Hoffman. CUBS: Re-signed OF Todd Hollandsworth to one-year, $900,000 contract, avoiding salary arbitration. GIANTS: Agreed to two-year, $13.25 million contract with free-agent OF Moises Alou, who had been with Cubs. REDS: Agreed to three-year, $25.5 million contract with P Eric Milton (Maryland), who had been with Phillies. Re-signed OF Jacob Cruz to minor league deal with invitation to spring training.
SPORTS
December 28, 2004
Moves Baseball HUTCH AWARD: Honor for courage and dedication to baseball was given to Padres P Trevor Hoffman. CUBS: Re-signed OF Todd Hollandsworth to one-year, $900,000 contract, avoiding salary arbitration. GIANTS: Agreed to two-year, $13.25 million contract with free-agent OF Moises Alou, who had been with Cubs. REDS: Agreed to three-year, $25.5 million contract with P Eric Milton (Maryland), who had been with Phillies. Re-signed OF Jacob Cruz to minor league deal with invitation to spring training.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2002
"I'm freezing," Dulaney's Justin Harzell told a teammate on the sideline during a late-game break in yesterday's Class 3A North region semifinal with visiting Fallston. But Hartzell had been red-hot on the field. The junior midfielder scored in the 46th and 70th minutes of a 3-1 victory over the 10th-ranked Cougars (13-3) as No. 6 Dulaney (12-4) earned a berth in Thursday's title game against Franklin. Hartzell's short-range tallies came on put-backs of shots that initially were blocked by Sandy Welsch (15 saves)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2002
As one of only two starters from last year's Baltimore County championship squad, Eastern Tech's Bryan Moffa wasn't quite sure what to expect from this year's Mavericks. But last night at Perry Hall, the senior's two goals and two assists helped earn the 13th-ranked Mavericks (11-2-1) a 6-3 victory and their second straight county title over the same opponent - No. 2 Dulaney (10-4). The Mavericks shut out Dulaney, 3-0, a year ago. "Before every game, I tell our guys we're going to get rocked, and that pumps us up," said Moffa, whose Mavericks have beaten Dulaney by a combined 11-3, with three shutouts, in the past four meetings.
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April 11, 1993
'Healthiness Is Yelling BINGO'A special thanks is due to several local pharmacists in the county. Each year, the Harford County Drug/Alcohol Impact Program and the Office on Aging sponsor a Senior Citizen Medication Management Bingo at the area senior centers.Pharmacists donate their time and talents to spend the day with the seniors reviewing their medications and answering questions.We would like to thank the pharmacists and the volunteers who participated again this year. Without their help, this project would not be a success.
NEWS
July 14, 2006
On July 12, 2006, JOSEPHINE M. RUSSO, beloved wife of the late Anthony Russo; dear mother of Christopher Russo, James Russo and Anthony Russo; cherished aunt of many nieces and nephews. Family will receive friends Friday from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. at STERLING-ASHTON-SCHWAB-WITZKE FUNERAL HOME OF CATONSVILLE, INC., 1630 Edmondson Avenue (1 mile west of Beltway Exit 14). A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 A.M. Saturday at St. Mark Chapel. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made in her name to Macular Degeneration Foundation, Inc.; P.O. Box 531313; Henderson, NV 89053.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 22, 2004
James Russo hit a three-pointer in the closing seconds of the third overtime to give host Goucher a 105-104 victory over Cabrini (6-4) last night. The game marked the longest game in the history of the Goucher men's basketball program. Russo was one of six Gophers to score in double figures, leading the way with 20 points. Jermaine Saunders scored 16 points for the Gophers. The Gophers improved to 7-2 overall and 5-0 at home. Women Wake Forest 76, Loyola 50: The Greyhounds got within a point of the Demon Deacons early in the second half, but a 13-0 run gave host Wake Forest the edge.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz | November 16, 2002
Today Class 1A: No. 9 Oakland Mills (12-4) vs. Smithsburg (13-4-1) Site: UMBC Time: Noon Outlook: The Scorpions seek a state-record 12th state title and their fourth in the past five years. Smithsburg, from Washington County, appears in its first state final. Oakland Mills is more skilled than last season, when it lost in the final to Pocomoke, but still depends mainly on set plays for its offense, which is so balanced that no player has scored more than five goals. The Scorpions, with just two returning starters from a year ago, have eight shutouts and are unscored-upon in the playoffs.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 5, 2002
"I'm freezing," Dulaney's Justin Harzell told a teammate on the sideline during a late-game break in yesterday's Class 3A North region semifinal with visiting Fallston. But Hartzell had been red-hot on the field. The junior midfielder scored in the 46th and 70th minutes of a 3-1 victory over the 10th-ranked Cougars (13-3) as No. 6 Dulaney (12-4) earned a berth in Thursday's title game against Franklin. Hartzell's short-range tallies came on put-backs of shots that initially were blocked by Sandy Welsch (15 saves)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2002
As one of only two starters from last year's Baltimore County championship squad, Eastern Tech's Bryan Moffa wasn't quite sure what to expect from this year's Mavericks. But last night at Perry Hall, the senior's two goals and two assists helped earn the 13th-ranked Mavericks (11-2-1) a 6-3 victory and their second straight county title over the same opponent - No. 2 Dulaney (10-4). The Mavericks shut out Dulaney, 3-0, a year ago. "Before every game, I tell our guys we're going to get rocked, and that pumps us up," said Moffa, whose Mavericks have beaten Dulaney by a combined 11-3, with three shutouts, in the past four meetings.
NEWS
April 11, 1993
'Healthiness Is Yelling BINGO'A special thanks is due to several local pharmacists in the county. Each year, the Harford County Drug/Alcohol Impact Program and the Office on Aging sponsor a Senior Citizen Medication Management Bingo at the area senior centers.Pharmacists donate their time and talents to spend the day with the seniors reviewing their medications and answering questions.We would like to thank the pharmacists and the volunteers who participated again this year. Without their help, this project would not be a success.
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By Lou Cedrone and Lou Cedrone,Evening Sun Staff | October 18, 1991
Gus Van Sant is another of those independent fringe directors who makes the kind of films he wants and is lucky enough to find the backing.Van Sant did ''Drugstore Cowboy,'' a saga of drugs, sex and death. His newest is ''My Own Private Idaho,'' a movie about two male prostitutes.It's a very poetic film. That is, it includes images that may mean more to the director than the spectator, but the film is an interesting one.River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves star. Phoenix plays Mike, a homosexual who sells himself to those who can afford him. He comes from a family that is highly dysfunctional.
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