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By Vicki Wellford | October 23, 1991
Rollin Kapp has been named Citizen of the Year by the Greater Odenton Improvement Association. County Executive Robert Neall presented Kapp with the award during a special dinner Saturday.Kapp has been a resident of Odenton for 30 years, having moved here in 1961 after retiring from the Army with the rank of major. He and his wife settledin Maple Ridge, where they still live. The couple has six children, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.After moving to Odenton, Kapp immediately plunged into community volunteer work by joining the newly revived Odenton Improvement Association.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 20, 2008
When he was 3, St. Paul's goalie Tyler Kapp talked his father, Tom, into buying him an action figure of Colorado Avalanche Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy. Kapp learned to skate and was in goal the next year. On Friday, Kapp, who has a 3.2 grade point average, led the Crusaders (16-1-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship with a 9-2 win over St. Mary's. In his second season on varsity, he finished 14-1-1 with a .940 save percentage, allowing 1.5 goals per game.
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By GLENN GRAHAM | February 20, 2008
When he was 3, St. Paul's goalie Tyler Kapp talked his father, Tom, into buying him an action figure of Colorado Avalanche Hall of Fame goaltender Patrick Roy. Kapp learned to skate and was in goal the next year. On Friday, Kapp, who has a 3.2 grade point average, led the Crusaders (16-1-1) to the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference championship with a 9-2 win over St. Mary's. In his second season on varsity, he finished 14-1-1 with a .940 save percentage, allowing 1.5 goals per game.
BUSINESS
May 26, 2007
Awards Frost Miller Group, a Bethesda-based ad agency, received two advertising honors from the Frederick County Builders Association. Contracts Carl M. Freeman Cos. of Olney will provide property management services for the Ross Village Shopping Center in Rosedale. Electro-Optic Systems Group, a unit of Optelcom NKF Inc., was selected to provide optical fiber control systems architecture design services to Parker Aerospace. WebAdvantage.net, based in Havre de Grace, signed a one-year contract to provide search engine optimization for Optimost, a New York-based testing solutions firm.
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June 13, 2003
On June 11, 2003, JAMES EDWARD MATTHEU, JR. (BUD); beloved husband of Emilie Mattheu (nee Levy); devoted father of Darrelynne Wunder and Carole Goertz; dear father-in-law of John Wunder, Sr. and Vaughn Kapp; dear brother of Dolores Allan; loving grandfather of Laura Watcher and husband Rodney, John Wunder, Jr. and wife Sharon, Vaughn Kapp, Brian Kapp and friend Diana West; loving great-grandfather of Michael and Garrett Watcher. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Saturday at 9:15 A.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Clare Church, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Jon Yates and Jon Yates,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 18, 2003
CHICAGO - A Chicago area man admits he was part of a Midwestern ring that slaughtered dozens of animals for their body parts during the late 1990s, shooting some while they were confined to cages. But Bill Kapp, 37, believes he did nothing wrong. This week, the Will County corrections officer is scheduled to go on trial in one of the largest endangered species cases in U.S. history. All 15 of Kapp's co-defendants have pleaded guilty in the case, leaving only Kapp to fight the charges in federal court.
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December 11, 2005
On December 7, 2005, ISABEL FLORENCE KENNEY BROSS, of New York, New York, beloved wife of 60 years of the late Stewart R. Bross, Jr., devoted mother of Donna Campagna of Ellicott City, MD and grandmother of Christina Kapp and Brian Cunneff, great grandmother of Emily and Nora Kapp. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday December 13, at 2 P.M. at Trinity Church, Wall Street and Broadway, New York, NY. Following the service a reception will be held at the church. Entombment will be private.
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By Devon Spurgeon and Devon Spurgeon,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1999
An Old Mill High School teacher was assigned to duties away from the classroom yesterday, two weeks after being arrested in Baltimore and charged with two counts of felony drug possession.City police said Holly A. Kapp, 33, an English teacher, was arrested Sept. 29 at an open-air drug market in Southwest Baltimore. Officer Sterling Price reported seeing her attempting to buy crack cocaine while she sat in her car in the first block of N. Catherine St.A juvenile male who allegedly tried to sell the drugs was also arrested.
BUSINESS
May 26, 2007
Awards Frost Miller Group, a Bethesda-based ad agency, received two advertising honors from the Frederick County Builders Association. Contracts Carl M. Freeman Cos. of Olney will provide property management services for the Ross Village Shopping Center in Rosedale. Electro-Optic Systems Group, a unit of Optelcom NKF Inc., was selected to provide optical fiber control systems architecture design services to Parker Aerospace. WebAdvantage.net, based in Havre de Grace, signed a one-year contract to provide search engine optimization for Optimost, a New York-based testing solutions firm.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Special to The Sun | February 19, 1995
Host Mount St. Joseph found itself in unfamiliar territory yesterday at the inaugural Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association Tournament, starting the semifinal round in third place.Once the action resumed, however, it took a matter of minutes for the top-ranked Gaels to return to the top of the pack.St. Joe won 13 of 14 bouts in the final two rounds, claiming six individual titles en route to a come-from-behind team victory over Boys' Latin and Gilman.The Gaels finished with 166 points to beat out Boys' Latin (130)
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December 21, 2005
On December 20, 2005, MARY A.,(nee Kucharski) devoted wife of John P. Kappes, beloved mother of Mary E. Connors, Christine A. Anello, Patricia A. Cunningham, Paul D. Kappes and Paula M. De Flavis, loving grandmother of Dominic, Christina and Gregory Anello and Andrew Connors. Relatives and friends are invited to call the SCHIMUNEK FUNERAL HOME INC. OF BEL AIR, 610 W. Mac Phail Road (Route 24) on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment will be on Thursday, December 29, 1:45 P. M at Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery.
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December 11, 2005
On December 7, 2005, ISABEL FLORENCE KENNEY BROSS, of New York, New York, beloved wife of 60 years of the late Stewart R. Bross, Jr., devoted mother of Donna Campagna of Ellicott City, MD and grandmother of Christina Kapp and Brian Cunneff, great grandmother of Emily and Nora Kapp. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday December 13, at 2 P.M. at Trinity Church, Wall Street and Broadway, New York, NY. Following the service a reception will be held at the church. Entombment will be private.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 7, 2003
Sergiy Zubko's dream of becoming a triathlete helped him earn his first career cross country victory. After a summer of mixing in distance runs with swimming laps, Zubko, a sophomore at River Hill, displayed strength and endurance in winning the boys large schools race in the Interstate Classic at Clear Spring High in Washington County yesterday. Zubko credited a twice-a-day, five-days-a-week swimming regimen for giving him the stamina to finish the three-mile course in 16 minutes, 42.9 seconds.
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June 13, 2003
On June 11, 2003, JAMES EDWARD MATTHEU, JR. (BUD); beloved husband of Emilie Mattheu (nee Levy); devoted father of Darrelynne Wunder and Carole Goertz; dear father-in-law of John Wunder, Sr. and Vaughn Kapp; dear brother of Dolores Allan; loving grandfather of Laura Watcher and husband Rodney, John Wunder, Jr. and wife Sharon, Vaughn Kapp, Brian Kapp and friend Diana West; loving great-grandfather of Michael and Garrett Watcher. Also survived by nieces and nephews. Funeral from the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Saturday at 9:15 A.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Clare Church, on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Jon Yates and Jon Yates,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 18, 2003
CHICAGO - A Chicago area man admits he was part of a Midwestern ring that slaughtered dozens of animals for their body parts during the late 1990s, shooting some while they were confined to cages. But Bill Kapp, 37, believes he did nothing wrong. This week, the Will County corrections officer is scheduled to go on trial in one of the largest endangered species cases in U.S. history. All 15 of Kapp's co-defendants have pleaded guilty in the case, leaving only Kapp to fight the charges in federal court.
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By Sarah Koenig and Sarah Koenig,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
HYANNIS, MASS. - On an hour-long tour of Hyannis Harbor aboard the 1911 coastal steamer Prudence, a guide enthusiastically points out the ancient dunes where Indians shucked clams, the spit of land that once stretched clear across to nearby Great Island, and the Prudence's romantic history as a submarine-watcher during World War I. The passengers don't pay much attention. At least not until he utters the words everyone has been waiting for: "Kennedy compound." Suddenly the tourists strain against the starboard railing, counting chimneys, as instructed, to discern one house from another.
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By Heather Tepe and Heather Tepe,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 2001
FIFTH-GRADERS at Clemens Crossing Elementary School learned about supply and demand, goods vs. services, and accounting practices in preparation for their Economics Fair held this month. Gifted and Talented Program resource teacher Nancy Kapp designed the curriculum, which encouraged the class to develop goods or services they would sell to other children in the school. "The students were so creative," Kapp said. "I was very impressed." The children were allowed to use any materials they had in developing their businesses, and they were limited to spending $5 on new materials.
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By Lorraine Gingerich and Lorraine Gingerich,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 21, 2002
MORE THAN 50 people gathered Friday in West Friendship to catch the villain who killed Jack Hammer. The group was attending "Murder at Nixon's Farm," a simulated murder mystery. Known for its catering, wedding receptions and school gatherings, Nixon's Farm started offering a different kind of entertainment about a year ago. Owner Randy Nixon first staged murder mystery evenings for businesses, and the events were so popular that he decided to open them to the public. With little advertising, a house full of amateur detectives signed up for last week's mystery, paying $40 each, to solve the imaginary murder.
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By Lorraine Gingerich and Lorraine Gingerich,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 21, 2002
MORE THAN 50 people gathered Friday in West Friendship to catch the villain who killed Jack Hammer. The group was attending "Murder at Nixon's Farm," a simulated murder mystery. Known for its catering, wedding receptions and school gatherings, Nixon's Farm started offering a different kind of entertainment about a year ago. Owner Randy Nixon first staged murder mystery evenings for businesses, and the events were so popular that he decided to open them to the public. With little advertising, a house full of amateur detectives signed up for last week's mystery, paying $40 each, to solve the imaginary murder.
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By Heather Tepe and Heather Tepe,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 31, 2001
FIFTH-GRADERS at Clemens Crossing Elementary School learned about supply and demand, goods vs. services, and accounting practices in preparation for their Economics Fair held this month. Gifted and Talented Program resource teacher Nancy Kapp designed the curriculum, which encouraged the class to develop goods or services they would sell to other children in the school. "The students were so creative," Kapp said. "I was very impressed." The children were allowed to use any materials they had in developing their businesses, and they were limited to spending $5 on new materials.
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