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July 3, 2005
On Friday July 1, 2005, CONSTANCE "Connie" ANN MEO (nee Jones), age 71, died at Coastal Hospice by the Lake in Salisbury, MD. She is survived by her husband of 50 years Carmen Paul Meo and her son Philip H. Meo, of Ocean Pines. She was preceded in death by a son Christopher J. Meo in 1994. Also surviving are two sisters, Sally Le Cates of Willards and Jane Palmer of Ocean Pines. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, in Ocean Pines.
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July 3, 2005
On Friday July 1, 2005, CONSTANCE "Connie" ANN MEO (nee Jones), age 71, died at Coastal Hospice by the Lake in Salisbury, MD. She is survived by her husband of 50 years Carmen Paul Meo and her son Philip H. Meo, of Ocean Pines. She was preceded in death by a son Christopher J. Meo in 1994. Also surviving are two sisters, Sally Le Cates of Willards and Jane Palmer of Ocean Pines. A Mass of Christian burial will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, in Ocean Pines.
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FEATURES
June 19, 1996
Today in history: June 19In 1862, slavery was outlawed in U.S. territories.In 1910, Father's Day was celebrated for the first time, in Spokane, Wash.In 1961, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision in Maryland's constitution requiring state officeholders to profess a belief in God.In 1977, Pope Paul VI proclaimed a 19th-century bishop, John Neumann, the first male U.S. saint.Ten years ago: University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias suffered a fatal cocaine-induced seizure.Pub Date: 6/19/96
NEWS
January 6, 2005
On Tuesday, January 4, 2005, MICHAEL EMMET TAYLOR, age 68, at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. Born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, he was the son of the late Nelson Moore Taylor and Norma Elizabeth Coyle Taylor. He is survived by his devoted wife of 42 years, Jean Donnelly Taylor; a son, Brian Taylor and his wife Nina of North East, MD; two daughters, Lynn Goddard and her husband Kurt of Fairfield, Connecticut and Alicia Taylor of Ocean City; five grandchildren; a brother, Timothy Taylor of St. Joseph, Michigan; a sister, Jill Buyan of Los Angeles, CA and several nieces and nephews.
NEWS
November 16, 2003
MARYANN C. "Stack" STACHURSKI, age 74, died Friday, November 14, 2003 at the Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late Sylvester and Mary Strutzinska Stevens. She is survived by her husband Stephen A. Stachurski "Stack" and two cousins, Mildred Boises of Delmar, MD and Carolyn Bittner of Spring, TX. Mrs. Stachurski had formerly worked in sales at Hutzler's Department Store, in Baltimore, had been a telephone operator with AT&T telephone company and had owned and operated, with her husband, their luncheonette and snack bar business, pool hall and apartment rentals.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Western Maryland Bureau of The Sun | May 30, 1995
CUMBERLAND -- Preservationists and others are mobilizing to save a medieval-looking, vacant and decaying monastery that traces its beginnings to St. John Neumann, the first American male saint canonized by the Roman Catholic Church.Leaders of the Catholic parish of Saints Peter and Paul want to tear down a section of the dark-stone monastery and its fortress-like Gothic chapel so a parking lot can take its place.The monastery, built in 1850 and enlarged afterward, has been vacant since the mid-1980s.
NEWS
January 6, 2005
On Tuesday, January 4, 2005, MICHAEL EMMET TAYLOR, age 68, at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. Born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, he was the son of the late Nelson Moore Taylor and Norma Elizabeth Coyle Taylor. He is survived by his devoted wife of 42 years, Jean Donnelly Taylor; a son, Brian Taylor and his wife Nina of North East, MD; two daughters, Lynn Goddard and her husband Kurt of Fairfield, Connecticut and Alicia Taylor of Ocean City; five grandchildren; a brother, Timothy Taylor of St. Joseph, Michigan; a sister, Jill Buyan of Los Angeles, CA and several nieces and nephews.
NEWS
October 21, 2002
Anna Maroney Emche, a retired registered nurse, died Friday of a heart attack at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. The Ocean Pines resident was 78. Between 1972 and 1990, she worked for St. Joseph Medical Center, Manor Care nursing homes and the Delmarva Foundation. An Elizabeth, N.J., native, she was a graduate of the nursing school at Elizabeth General Medical Center. She worked for about two years during World War II in the Nurse Cadet Corps in Tuscaloosa, Ala. "She was so proud of doing that, of serving her country," said her daughter, Kathleen Levinson of Baltimore.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Western Maryland Bureau of The Sun | September 11, 1995
CUMBERLAND -- Preservationists are proposing that a vacant 19th-century monastery -- scheduled to be demolished -- be renovated as a bed-and-breakfast inn and conference center and as a shrine to St. John Neumann, the first American male saint.Although the Preservation Society of Allegany County Inc. has presented its "vision" for the monastery to the Archdiocese of Baltimore, which owns the medieval-looking structure, church officials are pursuing plans to raze the building.A hearing on the demolition request is scheduled today before the city's Historic Preservation Commission.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2000
FROSTBURG -- Just the way they planned it -- so far. After winning the consolation bracket last year in its inaugural tournament appearance, third-ranked Archbishop Spalding earned the chance last night to play for the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament boys basketball championship and complete a four-year plan. Spalding (25-10) advanced to the 40th Alhambra final with its 10th straight win, 55-43, beating Philadelphia's No. 1-ranked Roman Catholic (24-6). Villanova-bound point guard Derrick Snowden scored 19 points and Isaac Brooks had 12 to lead the Cavaliers, who took a 47-40 lead with four minutes left and were not seriously threatened afterward.
NEWS
November 16, 2003
MARYANN C. "Stack" STACHURSKI, age 74, died Friday, November 14, 2003 at the Berlin Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Born in Baltimore, she was the daughter of the late Sylvester and Mary Strutzinska Stevens. She is survived by her husband Stephen A. Stachurski "Stack" and two cousins, Mildred Boises of Delmar, MD and Carolyn Bittner of Spring, TX. Mrs. Stachurski had formerly worked in sales at Hutzler's Department Store, in Baltimore, had been a telephone operator with AT&T telephone company and had owned and operated, with her husband, their luncheonette and snack bar business, pool hall and apartment rentals.
NEWS
October 21, 2002
Anna Maroney Emche, a retired registered nurse, died Friday of a heart attack at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. The Ocean Pines resident was 78. Between 1972 and 1990, she worked for St. Joseph Medical Center, Manor Care nursing homes and the Delmarva Foundation. An Elizabeth, N.J., native, she was a graduate of the nursing school at Elizabeth General Medical Center. She worked for about two years during World War II in the Nurse Cadet Corps in Tuscaloosa, Ala. "She was so proud of doing that, of serving her country," said her daughter, Kathleen Levinson of Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 17, 2001
FROSTBURG - Mount St. Joseph's bid to advance to the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament final at Frostburg State University ended in the final minute last night. The No. 11-ranked Gaels, the last entry into the prestigious boys basketball tournament, were downed by St. John Neumann of Philadelphia, 53-48, in the semifinals. The bitter loss came one night after the Gaels had upset defending champion DeMatha. Neumann (20-7) meets Gonzaga (27-7), a 77-42 semifinal winner over Roman Catholic, at 8:15 tonight in the championship game.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | March 18, 2000
FROSTBURG -- Just the way they planned it -- so far. After winning the consolation bracket last year in its inaugural tournament appearance, third-ranked Archbishop Spalding earned the chance last night to play for the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament boys basketball championship and complete a four-year plan. Spalding (25-10) advanced to the 40th Alhambra final with its 10th straight win, 55-43, beating Philadelphia's No. 1-ranked Roman Catholic (24-6). Villanova-bound point guard Derrick Snowden scored 19 points and Isaac Brooks had 12 to lead the Cavaliers, who took a 47-40 lead with four minutes left and were not seriously threatened afterward.
NEWS
November 25, 1999
Josephine Sharkey, 83, owned resataurantJosephine Sharkey, who ran a popular Westminster drive-in restaurant, died of a stroke Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 83.The creator of the Sharkey Burger, she ran Sharkey's Drive-In on Route 140 in Westminster with her husband until she retired in 1968."It was the only 24-hour restaurant in the county at the time," said her son, Stanley L. Sharkey of Westminster. "My mother did everything -- cooking, bookkeeping, and managed the employees too."
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1998
LEWES, Del. -- At times, the seventh-ranked squad of Towson Catholic coach Mike Daniel lives or dies by its ability to sink perimeter shots.But in yesterday's 47-36 Tip-Off Classic victory over a taller Red Bank Regional squad from New Jersey, his Owls (7-3) used 18-for-21 free-throw shooting and gritty play in the paint to survive when their outside game went cold.Junior Keith Jenifer scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and was 7-for-9 at the line. Junior Gil Goudrich scored 11 with four assists and made all seven free throws as the Owls ended a two-game losing streak.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 27, 1998
LEWES, Del. -- At times, the seventh-ranked squad of Towson Catholic coach Mike Daniel lives or dies by its ability to sink perimeter shots.But in yesterday's 47-36 Tip-Off Classic victory over a taller Red Bank Regional squad from New Jersey, his Owls (7-3) used 18-for-21 free-throw shooting and gritty play in the paint to survive when their outside game went cold.Junior Keith Jenifer scored 15 points, grabbed eight rebounds and was 7-for-9 at the line. Junior Gil Goudrich scored 11 with four assists and made all seven free throws as the Owls ended a two-game losing streak.
NEWS
November 25, 1999
Josephine Sharkey, 83, owned resataurantJosephine Sharkey, who ran a popular Westminster drive-in restaurant, died of a stroke Monday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She was 83.The creator of the Sharkey Burger, she ran Sharkey's Drive-In on Route 140 in Westminster with her husband until she retired in 1968."It was the only 24-hour restaurant in the county at the time," said her son, Stanley L. Sharkey of Westminster. "My mother did everything -- cooking, bookkeeping, and managed the employees too."
FEATURES
June 19, 1996
Today in history: June 19In 1862, slavery was outlawed in U.S. territories.In 1910, Father's Day was celebrated for the first time, in Spokane, Wash.In 1961, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a provision in Maryland's constitution requiring state officeholders to profess a belief in God.In 1977, Pope Paul VI proclaimed a 19th-century bishop, John Neumann, the first male U.S. saint.Ten years ago: University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias suffered a fatal cocaine-induced seizure.Pub Date: 6/19/96
NEWS
By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Western Maryland Bureau of The Sun | September 11, 1995
CUMBERLAND -- Preservationists are proposing that a vacant 19th-century monastery -- scheduled to be demolished -- be renovated as a bed-and-breakfast inn and conference center and as a shrine to St. John Neumann, the first American male saint.Although the Preservation Society of Allegany County Inc. has presented its "vision" for the monastery to the Archdiocese of Baltimore, which owns the medieval-looking structure, church officials are pursuing plans to raze the building.A hearing on the demolition request is scheduled today before the city's Historic Preservation Commission.
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