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June 23, 1994
A headline in yesterday's Sun incorrectly described personnel movesat the Maryland State Police.Maj. John Cook and Capt. Steven Geppi were transferred within the agency, but each retained his rank.The Sun regrets the errors.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
John Patrick Cook, a consultant in health care sales who was active in Baltimore County recreation league soccer coaching, died Friday at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Towson resident was 44. Family members said Mr. Cook died of undetermined causes. Born in Racine, Wis., he was the son of Gene Paul Cook Jr., who worked in sales, and Colleen Majorano Cook, a homemaker. When he was 10, he moved with his family to Doylestown, Pa. He attended Kutz Elementary School and Holicong Junior High.
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NEWS
September 30, 2007
In the 17th century, Gravelly was the location of some of the earliest Colonial settlements in Harford County. The Episcopal Spesutia Church is considered the first place of worship erected in St. George's Parish. The name Spesutia is derived from the Latin for Utie's Hope, in honor of Col. Nathaniel Utie, a settler who was granted an island near Havre de Grace. The first record in the parchment church register is that of "the birth of John Cook, son of John Cook, born at Bush River, on the 25th of September, in the year of our Lord, 1681."
NEWS
September 30, 2007
In the 17th century, Gravelly was the location of some of the earliest Colonial settlements in Harford County. The Episcopal Spesutia Church is considered the first place of worship erected in St. George's Parish. The name Spesutia is derived from the Latin for Utie's Hope, in honor of Col. Nathaniel Utie, a settler who was granted an island near Havre de Grace. The first record in the parchment church register is that of "the birth of John Cook, son of John Cook, born at Bush River, on the 25th of September, in the year of our Lord, 1681."
SPORTS
By Don Markus | July 18, 2002
Sergio Garcia: The talented Spaniard has the game to compete with Tiger, but does he have the temperament? Fans here will be more tolerant of Garcia's club waggling routine, but he has to show a little more maturity when adversity strikes. Ernie Els: It has been five years since Els won the second of his two U.S. Open titles, and he has come close in a handful of majors since. He hasn't played well recently, but Els is a streaky putter capable of going low at any time. Phil Mickelson: He has to end his winless streak in the majors, now 0-for-40, at some point, given his stature as the world's No. 2 player.
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By John Strege and John Strege,Orange County (Calif.) Register | January 20, 1992
BERMUDA DUNES, Calif. -- It was, Mark O'Meara said, a crap shoot, and the winner accordingly was the one who knew best what to do with his chips.That was John Cook, who holed two of them in a row, one for birdie, the other for eagle and a victory in the marathon Bob Hope Classic yesterday at Bermuda Dunes.A resident of nearby Mission Hills, Cook won a record-tying five-man playoff and earned $198,000 for his fourth PGA Tour victory and first since 1987."I'm so happy to win here," he said, though "here" was an extraneous word.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1996
TULSA, Okla. -- Kultida Woods stood grim-faced along the sixth fairway yesterday at Southern Hills Country Club. She was concerned about her husband, whom she had taken to a local hospital several hours before complaining of chest pains. She was concerned about her son, who was in the process of shooting his worst round as a pro."Tiger's very worried about his dad," said Kultida Woods, as she watched him tap in another bogey putt. "That's why he's playing like this."After a month when he was the hottest player in the world, Woods showed a different side in the second round of the $3 million Tour Championship.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 24, 2014
John Patrick Cook, a consultant in health care sales who was active in Baltimore County recreation league soccer coaching, died Friday at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Towson resident was 44. Family members said Mr. Cook died of undetermined causes. Born in Racine, Wis., he was the son of Gene Paul Cook Jr., who worked in sales, and Colleen Majorano Cook, a homemaker. When he was 10, he moved with his family to Doylestown, Pa. He attended Kutz Elementary School and Holicong Junior High.
SPORTS
May 21, 1991
The top 15 money leaders on the 1991 PGA Tour through The Memorial, which ended Sunday:1. Corey Pavin.. .. .. .. .. $715,6922. Lanny Wadkins.. .. .. .. . $558,0723. Steve Pate.. .. .. .. .. . $513,9954. Rocco Mediate.. .. .. .. . $478,3595. Ian Woosnam.. .. .. .. .. $476,6836. Davis Love III.. .. .. .. $436,1467. Paul Azinger.. .. .. .. .. $430,4238. Jay Don Blake.. .. .. .. . $373,9949. Steve Elkington.. .. .. .. $352,72910. Craig Stadler.. .. .. .. $350,82111. John Cook.. .. .. .. .. . $348,94912.
NEWS
December 11, 2005
On December 7, 2005 OREN (ED) SPURRIER COOK beloved son of the late John Oren Cook and the late Addie Virginia Spurrier Cook; dear brother of Cheryl Jean Cook. Also survived by his cousins Donald Spurrier, Rose Harne and Joy Harshman. Family will receive friends Sunday and Monday 2 to 8 p.m. at 5552 Ashbourne Road, Arbutus, MD 21227 where a service will be held Tuesday, 1 p.m. Interment Loudon Park Cemetery.
SPORTS
By Don Markus | July 18, 2002
Sergio Garcia: The talented Spaniard has the game to compete with Tiger, but does he have the temperament? Fans here will be more tolerant of Garcia's club waggling routine, but he has to show a little more maturity when adversity strikes. Ernie Els: It has been five years since Els won the second of his two U.S. Open titles, and he has come close in a handful of majors since. He hasn't played well recently, but Els is a streaky putter capable of going low at any time. Phil Mickelson: He has to end his winless streak in the majors, now 0-for-40, at some point, given his stature as the world's No. 2 player.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1996
TULSA, Okla. -- Kultida Woods stood grim-faced along the sixth fairway yesterday at Southern Hills Country Club. She was concerned about her husband, whom she had taken to a local hospital several hours before complaining of chest pains. She was concerned about her son, who was in the process of shooting his worst round as a pro."Tiger's very worried about his dad," said Kultida Woods, as she watched him tap in another bogey putt. "That's why he's playing like this."After a month when he was the hottest player in the world, Woods showed a different side in the second round of the $3 million Tour Championship.
NEWS
June 23, 1994
A headline in yesterday's Sun incorrectly described personnel movesat the Maryland State Police.Maj. John Cook and Capt. Steven Geppi were transferred within the agency, but each retained his rank.The Sun regrets the errors.
SPORTS
By John Strege and John Strege,Orange County (Calif.) Register | January 20, 1992
BERMUDA DUNES, Calif. -- It was, Mark O'Meara said, a crap shoot, and the winner accordingly was the one who knew best what to do with his chips.That was John Cook, who holed two of them in a row, one for birdie, the other for eagle and a victory in the marathon Bob Hope Classic yesterday at Bermuda Dunes.A resident of nearby Mission Hills, Cook won a record-tying five-man playoff and earned $198,000 for his fourth PGA Tour victory and first since 1987."I'm so happy to win here," he said, though "here" was an extraneous word.
NEWS
September 7, 2003
On August 31, 2003, KATHERINE "Cooki" PITT (nee Cook), devoted sister of Margaret Cook Joyce, John A. Cook and the late Dorothy Malone, Alice Neale and Mary Belle Cook. Devoted aunt of Richard Neale and his wife Cathy. Beloved great-aunt of Cindy and Richard Neale, Jr. A Memorial Service will be held at the St. Agnes Hospital Chapel on Friday, September 12, 2003 at 9:30 A.M. Interment private. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the St. Agnes Hospice Program, 3421 Benson Ave., Suite G100, Baltimore, MD. 21227
NEWS
March 26, 2009
On March 24, 2009, LAWRENCE EDWARD COOK, SR.; beloved husband of Marian F. (nee Morrow); loving father of Anna M. Cook, and Lawrence E. Cook, Jr.; cherished grandfather of Dusty, Angel, Brandy, Breanna, Candace, and Deserae; dear brother of Billy, John, Gordy Cook, and the late Buddy Cook, Sissy Forrawo, Jean Halford, Shirly Cook, Richard, and Clifford Cook. A funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Memorial Gardens.
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