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September 22, 2004
On September 21, 2004, CAROLYN (nee Miller); beloved wife of Edward Janicki; devoted mother of Mark Janicki and his wife Renee, Edward Janicki and his wife Arlene, Dean Janicki and his wife Karla, Donald Glattfelder and his wife Alice and Robert Glattfelder and his wife Rita; loving sister of Jimmy and Robert Miller, Barbara Ehler, Emma Barrett, Phyllis Skipper, Margaret Walterhoefer and Lorraine Brown. Also survived by nine grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services on Friday, 11:30 A.M. Interment Sacred Heart of Jesus Cemetery.
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NEWS
March 22, 2005
On March 21, 2005 GLORIA JANE WILSON (nee Turrill); beloved wife of the late Glenn E. Wilson; devoted mother of Kevin G. Wilson, Kathy J. Pitkevits, Kyle C. Wilson and Karla J. Wilson; loving grandmother of Riley A. Wilson, Alexis K. Pitkevits and Lukas G. Pitkevits. The family will receive friends Friday, March 25, 2005, 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. at Mac Nabb Funeral Home, 301 Frederick Road, Catonsville (at Baltimore beltway exit 13), where a memorial service will be held at 1 P.M. Inurnment in Baltimore National Cemetery.
NEWS
July 1, 2000
Margot Bos Stambler, a talented soprano who performed operas in Rome and Santa Fe, N.M., died June 24 of breast cancer at her Pikesville home. She was 37. Born in Washington, Mrs. Stambler spent her childhood in Leesburg, Va. She graduated near the top of her class from Loudoun County High School in 1980. A sixth-generation graduate of Oberlin College in Ohio, she earned a bachelor's degree in voice in 1984 and received her master's degree in voice from Indiana University at Bloomington in 1986.
FEATURES
By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,SUN STAFF | November 13, 1998
They're young and attractive, they wander off by themselves, they scream and they get killed.Such is the formula of the teen slasher flick, followed slavishly by "I Still Know What You Did Last Summer," a sequel to last summer's surprise hit "I Know What You Did Last Summer."The film brings back poor Julie James (Jennifer Love Hewitt), the only female survivor of the gang of four who spent a few summers back running over a guy in their car, then dumping the body in the ocean so their stellar careers wouldn't be marred by something as bothersome as manslaughter.
NEWS
By Myriam Miedzian | September 12, 2000
NEW YORK -- So when he was a kid, George W. enjoyed putting firecrackers into frogs, throwing them in the air, and then watching them blow up. Should this be cause for alarm? How relevant is a man's childhood behavior to what he is like as an adult? And in this case, to what he would be like as president of the United States. Cruelty to animals is a common precursor to later criminal violence. But in rural West Texas, where George W. grew up, it was not uncommon for some boys to indulge in such cruelty.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | October 12, 1993
If you're trying to find the Catonsville volleyball team, you won't have to look very hard.You can check the usual places, like in the sweltering gym at Catonsville High, where players spend hours after school working on their passes and serves. Or maybe on an opposing court, giving a licking to one of their Baltimore County opponents.But if you're really hungry to find last year's state semifinalists, you might check an unlikely place.The dinner table.Eating together is just one of the ways this collection of athletes has become a close-knit family.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2009
Colonial Players is capping its 60th season with a sparkling comedy about a couple grappling with their version of the seven-year itch. A major bonus of CP's excellent season was discovering American playwright David Lindsay-Abaire in October with Rabbit Hole and now being treated to another of his works, Wonder of the World, at the end of the season. Lindsay-Abaire, who was recently nominated for a Tony as author of the book for the musical Shrek, established his comedic gifts with Wonder, which premiered on Broadway in October 2003.
SPORTS
By PAT O'MALLEY AND GLENN P. GRAHAM | November 19, 1997
Player of the YearJulie Gosewisch, Severna Park, senior, hitter: Clearly the No. 2 ranked Falcons' "big gun," Gosewisch is the only first-team repeater and took it to another level as the leader of the young (she was one of three seniors) Class 4A state semifinalists. Gosewisch set the tempo for the Falcons' third consecutive county championship, their ninth in the past 11 years and their first 4A East region title since 1993. The 5-foot-10 outside hitter, a three-year starter, had 16 kills and was 21-for-22 serving with three aces as the Falcons swept pesky Annapolis, 3-0, in the region final to earn a trip to the final four for the first time in her career.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Staff Writer | September 29, 1992
Upon watching Catonsville's Karla Uttenreither practice her spikes and kills during volleyball practice, a Shakespearean scholar might recall a line from the play "Hamlet.""A hit, a very palpable hit!"Uttenreither, a Shakespeare fan because of the high intensity and emotional drama of his writing, is an outside hitter for the Comets who is known countywide for her power.The senior has an extended approach on her spikes, which sends the ball explosively off her fingers. The result is only a tragedy for the opposing team.
FEATURES
By MARYANN JAMES | July 14, 2007
When you meet people, you can tell certain things right off the bat. Their Metallica T-shirt could point to bad fashion sense (and questionable music taste). Bad breath could mean they have questionable hygiene practices. But other things are not always so apparent. Do they still live at home? Have they been to jail? And, most importantly, are they even on the market? When most women get engaged, they have big, shiny beacons indicating that they're taken. Not so for most men. Which is why I believe in what I call the man-gagement ring.
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