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February 26, 2003
On February 24, 2003, JENNY (nee DeWeerd); beloved wife of the late Russell N. Shoemaker, Sr.; mother of Russell N. and his wife Sharon, Hank D. and his wife Pam, William H. and Richard L. and his wife Karen Shoemaker, Adelaiede C. Sabatino and her husband Joe, Jenny D. Carey and her husband Pat, Barbara J. Pittinger and her husband Steve and Evie A. Baylin and her husband Ron. Also survived by 15 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road (at Franklin Blvd.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2014
Jenny Morgan headed a health care IT company for years before jumping to private equity, but she realized her passion wasn't investing in firms — it was being in the trenches, running one. So when the founder of Linthicum-based basys wanted to bring in a new CEO, she happily took the job in 2009. The timing — during the rough recession — wasn't ideal. But she says the benefits-administration software company made good use of the downtime and positioned itself for growth. Basys, which employs nearly 100 people, focuses on a very specific niche: helping "Taft-Hartley" funds, entities that manage union members' benefits, with their administration.
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February 13, 2005
On February 6, 2005, at the Haven Hall Living Center, in Brook Haven, MS, JENNY M. "Jane" HELGASON, formerly of Balto. Born September 25, 1913, in Des Moines, IA. She was the daughter of the late William and Ella Wiley. She was a Geriatric in Balto, but her true joy was her family and her relationship with Christ. Family and friends will remember her for her fun loving personality and her ability to make everyone smile. She is survived by her five children, Carolyn Allen, of MS, Dennis Helgason, of Kingsville, Donald Helgason, of Timonium, Janet Schwarz, of PA and Bonnie Moran, of Balto.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2014
What is nearly as remarkable as Jenny Campbell's costumes - the glittering swirls of ribbon and whirling snow globe headdresses - is the path that led to her second career as a costume maker. The Baltimore native taught herself to make costumes a few years ago, creating extravagant outfits for parades, bar crawls and parties at the American Visionary Art Museum . Now Campbell spends her days buried in silk and sequins at the Southern Costume Co. in New Orleans, designing, selecting feathers and fabrics, and sewing elaborate, gravity-defying outfits.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | September 27, 1997
You know you have a sorry sitcom when its best moments belong to George Hamilton, and he's doing the same role he's done 10,000 times before, mocking his way-too-tan, playboy image.That's what happens in "Jenny," the new NBC sitcom that was supposed to star Jenny McCarthy.Only Jenny can't act.NBC's first attempt at solving the Jenny-can't-act problem was to pair her with someone who could act a little, Heather Paige Kent, and make it a female buddy sitcom.So you have the concept of Jenny McMillan (McCarthy)
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By Scott McCaffrey and Scott McCaffrey,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | August 4, 1996
To stamp collectors, it's known by the catalog designation "C3a." To noncollectors, it's known as "the stamp with the upside-down airplane."It's the most famous American postage stamp ever, a 1918 24-cent airmail adhesive that was printed incorrectly. A single sheet of 100 "Inverted Jenny" stamps made its way into collectors' hands, and today a single example can trade hands for more than $100,000.Nearly a quarter of those stamps will be on display through Sept. 30 at the National Postal Museum in Washington, as the Smithsonian Institution celebrates the error with an exhibit.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1999
He has spent most of his career in the shadow of his little sister, caddying for her at the last three U.S. Women's Opens, sharing in both the excitement of her nearly winning last year at Blackwolf Run and in the disappointment when Jenny Chuasiriporn missed the cut last week at Old Waverly.Today, Joey Chuasiriporn will try to write his own Cinderella story when he attempts to qualify for next week's U.S. Open in Pinehurst, N.C. He will be one of 81 players vying for seven spots in sectional qualifying at Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, N.J.Chuasiriporn, 22, had originally signed up to play yesterday at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, but changed his plans in order to caddy for his sister in the 54th Women's Open.
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By KATHERINE DUNN AND LEM SATTERFIELD and KATHERINE DUNN AND LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTERS | February 15, 2006
Greater Grace senior point guard Jenny Bekier leads the metro area in assists with 7.7 a game, thanks in large part to her sister Julie Bekier. Julie, a sophomore center, finishes most of her sister's passes, averaging 12.5 points as the Eagles stand in first place in the Maryland Christian Athletic League at 13-2. "They read each other's minds," said Eagles coach Jen Lynch. "That's why Jenny has so many assists. Julie knows where to go and Jenny knows where she's going before she goes and then Jenny hits her with a perfect pass.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 18, 1998
John Carroll's Jenny Biscoe can't remember who first called her Bisquick, but her exceptional flare for soccer has made the nickname stick.Linking her last name to one of her greatest assets as an athlete creates the perfect nickname for the All-Metro second-teamer, who also stands out on the basketball court.This flash of blond ponytail and gold jersey is the primary reason the Patriots have been ranked No. 1 in The Sun, No. 1 in Maryland, and No. 12 in the nation for most of the season.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2002
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - She was supposed to be the can't-miss kid of women's golf, the Nancy Lopez for Generation X. She had the pedigree, having been a three-time All-American for one of the nation's top college programs at Duke. She had the personality, having charmed the country as a 20-year-old amateur who came within a putt of winning the 1998 U.S. Women's Open. What Jenny Chuasiriporn didn't have was the passion. "I didn't want to sacrifice everything to play golf," said Chuasiriporn (pronounced SHUH-sear-a-porn)
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Spilling out from a helicopter door, rose petals and delicate purple and blue flowers rained down on hundreds of mourners who gathered Sunday to remember Towson pilot David E. Jenny Jr. Jenny, 30, one of three Marylanders killed in a helicopter crash outside Scranton, Pa., on July 27, was celebrated as a Web-savvy entrepreneur who built and raced fast cars, helped bring fugitives to justice as a bounty hunter and turned a passion for flying into...
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2013
A funeral service for helicopter crash victim David Jenny Jr. is planned for Sunday in Plumsteadville, Pa. Visitation begins at 9:30 a.m. at Shelly Funeral Home at 5880 Easton Road. A memorial service will follow at 11 a.m. Jenny, 30, of Towson, was one of five people killed in the crash late Saturday outside Scranton, Pa. The other victims were Bernard Michael Kelly, 58, of Ellicott City; his daughter, Leanna Mee Kelly, 27, of Savage; Carl Robert Woodland, 29, of Lovettsville, Va.; and his son, Noah Robert McKain Woodland, 3. A cause of the crash has not been determined.
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By Yvonne Wenger, Michael Dresser and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2013
A small helicopter, stenciled with Ray Lewis' number 52, flew over M&T Bank Stadium during the Ravens' last home game in January, honoring the legendary linebacker. Pilot David Jenny arranged the flight as a bit of guerrilla marketing for Fort Meade-based Monumental Helicopters, which offers tours, photography and instruction. But really it was just another way for Jenny to log some air time, his brother, Josh Jenny, said Tuesday. Flying was a thrilling escape for his brother, who lived in Towson, Josh Jenny said.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2013
Giovanna "Jenny" Sofia, a retired Baltimore Gas and Electric payroll clerk who was active in her church, died of a heart attack Saturday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. She was 78 and lived in Arnold. Born Giovanna Dell'Uomo in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Maurizio and Nella Dell'Uomo. Her father worked in construction and her mother was a homemaker. Raised on Exeter Street in Little Italy, she attended St. Leo's School, where she was center on the school's basketball team.
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By Matt Vensel | December 19, 2012
Every week, I hope to bring you a quick Q&A with someone who covers the Ravens' opponent that week. This week, I chatted with reporter Jenny Vrentas, who covers the New York Giants for The Newark Star-Ledger. MV: Both the Ravens and Giants are coming off embarrassing losses. Ravens fans saw what happened to their team, at least before they left M&T Bank Stadium during the fourth quarter. But what happened to the Giants, particularly Eli Manning and the passing game, in their shutout loss to the Atlanta Falcons?
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By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2012
It's entirely possibly that I'm fudging the online trends this morning to give more weight to news of a monkey in fancy coat wandering around an Ikea. It is just that depressing today and who knows if even  Ikea monkey can counteract this clinical case of Mondays. First up, The Redskins even without RGIII embarrassed the Ravens and mopped the floor with them in overtime. I'm telling you people the Ravens really need to think about just pulling a quarterback off the street.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1999
DURHAM, N.C. -- If there is any doubt that Jenny Chuasiriporn wants to be just another student here at Duke, consider where she spent many of her nights prior to the basketball team's showdown in January against North Carolina.She was in Tent No. 83, a 7-iron away from Cameron Indoor Stadium, waiting in line for a ticket like everyone else."Being at Duke is such a perfect environment for me," Chuasiriporn said as she sat outside the tent on a spring-like afternoon, the start of practice still a week away.
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By Donna E. Boller and Lan Nguyen and Donna E. Boller and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writers | March 3, 1992
Students wept and hugged each other in the halls of Glenelg High School yesterday, trying to absorb the shock of the deaths of two of their friends in an automobile accident Friday night.Five Glenelg students were involved in the two-car crash. Of those in one car, juniors Jenny E. Olson and Deann E. Perry died and junior Joanna Tammaro was injured seriously and taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center.In the other car were 17-year-old seniors Andrew N. Kissinger, whose condition yesterday at Howard County General Hospital was stable, and Dominic M. Palacorolla, who was not seriously injured.
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By Zach Sparks | November 22, 2012
Evil has many faces. This episode proved evil comes in many sizes, too. A young girl is dropped off at Briarcliff by her mother, who believes her daughter Jenny stabbed her child playmate, Josey. Jenny told police that a tall, bearded man with a brown coat was the murderer. Maybe if Kit blamed Alma's death on Jesse James or Santa Claus instead of aliens, he'd be free too. Sister Jude doesn't know what to do with the mini homicidal sociopath so she entrusts Jenny to the perfect babysitter -- Satan Mary Eunice.
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December 15, 2009
On December 8, 2009, JENNIS C. WALL. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Wednesday after 8:30 A.M. where the family will received friends on Thursday at 11:30 A.M. Funeral services will follow at 12 noon.
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