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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2002
Emily Smith, the 9-month-old Annapolis girl who was born with a hole in her heart and whose struggle inspired the generosity of students at Arundel High School, died Sunday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington. The cause of death was heart failure and a viral infection, said her mother, Julie Smith. She and her husband, Bill, were at Emily's side when her heart stopped about 6:30 a.m. - the child's favorite time of day, her mother said. "She always liked the morning sun on her face," Julie Smith said yesterday.
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2010
When she was a little girl, if a bad dream would wake her up in the middle of the night, Julie Murn would pad down the hall of the silent house to her big sister's room. She'd crawl into Kathy's bed, grab hold of her nightgown and hold tight. "Just," she says, "to make sure she was there. " And she always was. The sisters have been together, one way or another, for as long as either one can remember. Born 18 months apart, they fill page after page of their family's worn albums with impish grins and exuberant poses — familiar pages they revisited recently, sitting knee to knee on Julie's living room sofa, giggling and groaning as steam curled from their coffee mugs.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2002
Emily Smith, the 9-month-old Annapolis girl who was born with a hole in her heart and whose struggle inspired the generosity of students at Arundel High School, died Sunday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington. The cause of death was heart failure and a viral infection, said her mother, Julie Smith. She and her husband, Bill, were at Emily's side when her heart stopped about 6:30 a.m. - the child's favorite time of day, her mother said. "She always liked the morning sun on her face," Julie Smith said yesterday.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2004
Giant Food LLC, which opened as Washington's largest grocery in 1936 and went on to become a dominant chain in Maryland and Virginia, will soon be operated out of New England. Its new chief executive will run it and its sister company Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. from Massachusetts. The move is part of a strategy by Royal Ahold NV, the Dutch company that owns Landover-based Giant and Stop & Shop, to consolidate the managerial and administrative functions of the two supermarket chains. The company announced yesterday that Richard A. "Dick" Baird, president and chief executive officer of Giant, will retire in July after 30 years working for Stop & Shop and Giant.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2002
At Arundel High School, they called it the Lunch Money Trick, and it went like this: You make yourself lunch at home and hide it in your backpack. Then, before leaving for school, you ask your parents for lunch money. They give you a few dollars, then you give it to Baby Emily. And over five days this week, Arundel High students raised more than $7, 000 for Emily Smith. She is the 9-month-old daughter of two Arundel High teachers, Bill and Julie Smith. Emily was born six weeks' premature and with a hole in her heart.
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By SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE ROAD SCHOLAR. Andrei Codrescu; photographs by David Graham. Hyperion. ` 193 pages. $19.95. and SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE ROAD SCHOLAR. Andrei Codrescu; photographs by David Graham. Hyperion. ` 193 pages. $19.95.,LOS ANGELES TIMES THE PAPER ANNIVERSARY. Joan Wickersham. Viking. 356 pages. $21 | May 30, 1993
JAZZ FUNERAL.Julie Smith.Fawcett Columbine.365 pages. $18. Merriment and murder mingle in Julie Smith's mysteries, in which homicide detective Skip Langdon carries out the unenviable task of trying to solve crimes in "the world's most serious party town." After unraveling a Mardi Gras murder in 1991's "New Orleans Mourning," Skip is once again faced with a horrible crime committed during a civic celebration. This time, Ham Brocato, producer of the Jazz and Heritage Festival, is stabbed in the chest just before his annual kick-off party.
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March 22, 1991
Head coach: Jim Buchan (fifth season)Assistants: Jerry Raab and Earl Eckhardt1990 record: 7-4-1Returnees: Seniors, Michelle Julian (g), Sherri Malloy (def), Stacey Bradley (def), Lisa Jeffers (def), Marlene Pyles (mid), Dianne McBee (att), Julie Smith (att) and Julie Henne (att); juniors, Linda Baumgarner (def), Kara Smith (mid) and Natalie Buristch (mid); sophomore, Denise Peronne (mid)Newcomers: Senior, Tracey Hodski (mid); sophomores, Nicole Merzendorf (mid), Amy Cunningham (mid) and Jenny Light (mid)
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2010
When she was a little girl, if a bad dream would wake her up in the middle of the night, Julie Murn would pad down the hall of the silent house to her big sister's room. She'd crawl into Kathy's bed, grab hold of her nightgown and hold tight. "Just," she says, "to make sure she was there. " And she always was. The sisters have been together, one way or another, for as long as either one can remember. Born 18 months apart, they fill page after page of their family's worn albums with impish grins and exuberant poses — familiar pages they revisited recently, sitting knee to knee on Julie's living room sofa, giggling and groaning as steam curled from their coffee mugs.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2004
Giant Food LLC, which opened as Washington's largest grocery in 1936 and went on to become a dominant chain in Maryland and Virginia, will soon be operated out of New England. Its new chief executive will run it and its sister company Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. from Massachusetts. The move is part of a strategy by Royal Ahold NV, the Dutch company that owns Landover-based Giant and Stop & Shop, to consolidate the managerial and administrative functions of the two supermarket chains. The company announced yesterday that Richard A. "Dick" Baird, president and chief executive officer of Giant, will retire in July after 30 years working for Stop & Shop and Giant.
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May 2, 2004
On April 29, 2004, La VERNE ELIZABETH SMITH BONOMO (nee Wright); wife of the late Robert Smith, Sr.; mother of Deborah Culotta and Robert N. and wife Julie Smith, Jr.; grandmother of Adrienne, Casey, Andrea, Matthew, Angela, Greg and Steven; sister of Alan Wright, Richard Wright, Doris Gobbel and the late Arminda Swem. Also survived by three great-grandchildren and son-in-law Joe Culotta. Funeral Services will be held at the ECKHARDT FUNERAL CHAPEL, P.A., MD 30 and Charmil Drive, Manchester, Monday, 12 noon.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2002
Emily Smith, the 9-month-old Annapolis girl who was born with a hole in her heart and whose struggle inspired the generosity of students at Arundel High School, died Sunday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington. The cause of death was heart failure and a viral infection, said her mother, Julie Smith. She and her husband, Bill, were at Emily's side when her heart stopped about 6:30 a.m. - the child's favorite time of day, her mother said. "She always liked the morning sun on her face," Julie Smith said yesterday.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2002
Emily Smith, the 9-month-old Annapolis girl who was born with a hole in her heart and whose struggle inspired the generosity of students at Arundel High School, died Sunday at Children's National Medical Center in Washington. The cause of death was heart failure and a viral infection, said her mother, Julie Smith. She and her husband, Bill, were at Emily's side when her heart stopped about 6:30 a.m. - the child's favorite time of day, her mother said. "She always liked the morning sun on her face," Julie Smith said yesterday.
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By Stephen Kiehl and Stephen Kiehl,SUN STAFF | March 9, 2002
At Arundel High School, they called it the Lunch Money Trick, and it went like this: You make yourself lunch at home and hide it in your backpack. Then, before leaving for school, you ask your parents for lunch money. They give you a few dollars, then you give it to Baby Emily. And over five days this week, Arundel High students raised more than $7, 000 for Emily Smith. She is the 9-month-old daughter of two Arundel High teachers, Bill and Julie Smith. Emily was born six weeks' premature and with a hole in her heart.
NEWS
By SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE ROAD SCHOLAR. Andrei Codrescu; photographs by David Graham. Hyperion. ` 193 pages. $19.95. and SUSANNE TROWBRIDGE ROAD SCHOLAR. Andrei Codrescu; photographs by David Graham. Hyperion. ` 193 pages. $19.95.,LOS ANGELES TIMES THE PAPER ANNIVERSARY. Joan Wickersham. Viking. 356 pages. $21 | May 30, 1993
JAZZ FUNERAL.Julie Smith.Fawcett Columbine.365 pages. $18. Merriment and murder mingle in Julie Smith's mysteries, in which homicide detective Skip Langdon carries out the unenviable task of trying to solve crimes in "the world's most serious party town." After unraveling a Mardi Gras murder in 1991's "New Orleans Mourning," Skip is once again faced with a horrible crime committed during a civic celebration. This time, Ham Brocato, producer of the Jazz and Heritage Festival, is stabbed in the chest just before his annual kick-off party.
NEWS
March 22, 1991
Head coach: Jim Buchan (fifth season)Assistants: Jerry Raab and Earl Eckhardt1990 record: 7-4-1Returnees: Seniors, Michelle Julian (g), Sherri Malloy (def), Stacey Bradley (def), Lisa Jeffers (def), Marlene Pyles (mid), Dianne McBee (att), Julie Smith (att) and Julie Henne (att); juniors, Linda Baumgarner (def), Kara Smith (mid) and Natalie Buristch (mid); sophomore, Denise Peronne (mid)Newcomers: Senior, Tracey Hodski (mid); sophomores, Nicole Merzendorf (mid), Amy Cunningham (mid) and Jenny Light (mid)
NEWS
May 19, 2004
On May 17, 2004, HERMAN J. FLORA, Jr., beloved husband of Phyllis Flora; loving father of Julie Ann Smith and her husband Gene, Herman J. Flora, III and Barry D. Flora; loving grandfather of Charlie Weakley and Lindsay Smith. Also survived by his sisters Laverne Vain and Leona Stonesifer. Friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 WILKENS Ave., on Tuesday and Wednesday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 11 am at the funeral home. Interment Crest Lawn Gardens.
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By Staff report | May 12, 1991
The second-seeded Chesapeake girls lacrosse team advanced to the semifinals of the 4A-3A state playoffs with a 19-14 win over seventh-seeded Liberty of Carroll County Friday evening.Senior Diane McBee led the host Cougars, winners of 18 straight, with seven goals. SeniorJulie Smith added six goals, and Julie Henne had two.Keeper Michele Julian made 13 saves.Chesapeake trailed, 1-0, but scored 10 of the next 11 goals for an insurmountable lead.TheCougars (13-0) meet the winner of Friday's No. 6 Perry Hall and No. 3 Catonsville game on Tuesday.
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