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March 10, 2006
On February 21, 2006, CHARLESMATTHEW Sr., of Towson husband of Betty Keil (nee Nieberding), father of Charles Keil Jr., Cheryl Hopkins, Donna Codd and Ellen Kilroy. Also survived by five grandchildren. Services were held February 27, 2006, at St. Joseph Cemetery, Texas, Maryland.
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October 14, 2013
Paige Dalton and Brennan Keil announce their engagement. They met seven years ago working as lifeguards at the Fallston Swim Club. Dalton is the daughter of Ed and Christine Dalton of Baldwin and is a 2011 graduate of Virginia Tech. She is a civil engineer at O'Brien & Gere in Hunt Valley. Keil is the son of Janice Keil of Joppa and is 2002 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2011 graduate of Mountain State University. He is a physician's assistant at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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NEWS
February 1, 2007
Flora B. Keil, a retired quality-control worker and former longtime Anne Arundel County resident, died of pneumonia Monday at a hospital in Palm Desert, Calif. She was 93. Flora Louise Byron was born and raised in Baltimore, and she attended city public schools. She was a quality-control worker for many years at Koppers Co. and retired about 1980. Mrs. Keil was a Timber Ridge resident for 45 years, moving to Palm Desert in 1997. She was a longtime member and former officer of the Severna Park chapter of Order of the Eastern Star.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 9, 2008
Mount Carmel guard Troy Franklin didn't have his best game last night. The Towson-bound senior was efficient, scoring 13 points with seven assists and six steals against Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference rival St. Mary's. But he committed six turnovers and shot just 5-for-14 from the field. He came through when his team needed him the most, though. With 20 seconds left in the game, and the score tied at 57, he stole the ball from the Saints' Ronnie Hoffman and raced in for the game-winning layup as the No. 9 Cougars escaped with a 59-57 victory.
NEWS
July 30, 1995
Gordon W. KeilDirector, security guardGordon W. Keil, who worked more than four decades for the U.S. Printing and Lithograph Co., which later became Diamond International Corp., died of cancer Wednesday at his home in Severn. He was in his 80s."Snowy" Keil, as he was called by all who knew him for his nearly white hair, started working for the company as a teen-age office helper after his father died.He left the company to serve in World War II, and afterward, became a salesman for the company in New York City, helping pitch its labels to canning companies.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
On June 7, 2005, NANCY VIRGINIA STRONSKY of Sykesville, beloved daughter of Byron G. and Dorothy Virginia (nee Keil) Stronsky; dear niece of Virginia White and Bernard Stronsky; also survived by numerous cousins. She was predeceased by her grandparents, the late Frederick T. and Annie E. Keil and the late George and Virginia Stronsky. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday at 12 noon from Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt 32 near Eldersburg. Interment in Lake View Memorial Park, Sykesville.
NEWS
August 15, 2004
The two-day 2004 Maryland BBQ Bash was held this weekend in downtown Bel Air. The event featured the third annual Maryland State BBQ Championship, a variety of activities and live entertainment. Above, Maria Schueler and her 3-year-old granddaughter, Ciera Schueler, both of Hickory, are the first to dance to the music of Scythian. Left, Lex Fedoryka, Scythian's lead singer and fiddler, jumped off stage to play among the crowd during Friday's set. Below, Jared Keil (left), Brennan Keil and Josephine Fang, all of Bel Air, sample some of the food.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2002
In a throwback to 1960s activists, a group of rabble-rousing Western Maryland College students wants to shake out the apathy of its generation so that it does not see life in America as a spectator sport. It took Jeremy Keil and his six-member Students for Liberty most of his senior year at WMC to organize Liberty Week, which starts tomorrow and runs through Saturday. Pooling $8,000 from the school, they secured Green Party star Ralph Nader, Carroll Republican Del. Carmen Amedori, Cato Institute senior fellow Doug Bandow, Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne and Carroll County Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge to come and speak - one every night this week.
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By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2002
In a throwback to 1960s activists, a group of rabble-rousing Western Maryland College students wants to shake out the apathy of its generation so that it does not see life in America as a spectator sport. It took Jeremy Keil and his six-member Students for Liberty most of his senior year at WMC to organize Liberty Week, which starts tomorrow and runs through Saturday. Pooling $8,000 from the school, they secured Green Party star Ralph Nader, Carroll Republican Del. Carmen Amedori, Cato Institute senior fellow Doug Bandow, Libertarian Party presidential candidate Harry Browne and Carroll County Commissioner Julia Walsh Gouge to come and speak - one every night this week.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | January 28, 2005
Some gyms are tougher to wrestle in than others. Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzger, whose team is the defending state 2A-1A dual meet and tournament champion, thinks that Hereford's gym is one of the toughest. And his team's 33-26 narrow escape yesterday against the Bulls proved that his fears were not entirely unfounded. "I told my team that we don't match up well with Hereford and that their fans give them a big home-field advantage," said Pritzger. "You are in the lion's den and have to climb out."
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,Sun Reporters | February 21, 2007
Last week's snow and ice pushed a lot of games back a few days, but as the school closures piled up, girls private schools officials opted to move their basketball tournament back a full week. The Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland tournament was scheduled to resume last night, continue with the semifinals tomorrow and conclude with the finals Saturday at Goucher College. Mercy coach Mary Ella Marion, the chairwoman of the IAAM basketball committee, said she, other coaches and other IAAM officials were concerned about the welfare of the players, who don't practice when school is closed for snow.
NEWS
February 1, 2007
Flora B. Keil, a retired quality-control worker and former longtime Anne Arundel County resident, died of pneumonia Monday at a hospital in Palm Desert, Calif. She was 93. Flora Louise Byron was born and raised in Baltimore, and she attended city public schools. She was a quality-control worker for many years at Koppers Co. and retired about 1980. Mrs. Keil was a Timber Ridge resident for 45 years, moving to Palm Desert in 1997. She was a longtime member and former officer of the Severna Park chapter of Order of the Eastern Star.
NEWS
March 24, 2006
On Tuesday, March 21, 2006, GEORGANN R., beloved wife of Donald R. Keils, devoted mother of Debra A. Renna and Toni L. Carroll, Mark A. and Doug J. Veltre, sister of George S. Green, Jr., Morton Green, the late Norris Green and Doris Hart. Beloved grandmother of Casey Leigh, Courtney Danielle, Nicole Danielle, Dakota Kyle, Austin Wade and Amy. Great-granddaughter of Andrew. Friends may call on Saturday from 2 to 5 P.M. at the Stallings Funeral Home, P.A., 3111 Mountain Rd., Pasadena. Funeral Services and Interment private.
NEWS
March 10, 2006
On February 21, 2006, CHARLESMATTHEW Sr., of Towson husband of Betty Keil (nee Nieberding), father of Charles Keil Jr., Cheryl Hopkins, Donna Codd and Ellen Kilroy. Also survived by five grandchildren. Services were held February 27, 2006, at St. Joseph Cemetery, Texas, Maryland.
SPORTS
By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | February 15, 2006
Two-time state champion Vince Taweel edged Hereford's one-time champion Josh Asper, 8-7, at 140 pounds to pace fourth-ranked host Hammond to a 35-30 victory and its second straight Class 2A-1A state duals title and its record fourth overall before a screaming crowd of nearly 1,000. Freshman Josh Halper (103) clinched the win, erasing a 30-29 deficit by pinning Max Rosen in 3:28. Double-winners for Hammond (23-1), which also earned a 39-36 semifinal win over No. 5 Liberty (25-5), were Eric Yee (130)
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | December 29, 2005
A year ago, Hereford's Anthony Schabdach only won seven more times than he lost. "In tournaments, I'd come in fourth, maybe third," said the 5-foot-7 Schabdach. "I'm usually the shorter guy in matches. But hopefully, when I stand on the podium, I'll be just as tall as everyone else." Of the four Hereford champions crowned at last night's 10-team Francis Scott Key Christmas Tournament, none stood taller than Schabdach, whose 215-pound crown was his first in high school. Sophomores Jeremy Keil (112)
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | July 13, 1996
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. -- You won't hear him mentioned with the favorites. And you probably won't see him lighting up the toteboard with the winners.But Dr. Banting, a Maryland-bred with sporting owners, will line up with Cigar in today's $1.05 million Arlington Citation Challenge at Arlington International Racecourse. Dr. Banting is 30-1 in the morning line, but he'll probably be closer to 100-1 by post.Herbert Keil, 69, and his son-in-law, Michael Solomon, 44, Washington lawyers who live in Potomac, Md., own Huckelberry Creek Stables, which includes Dr. Banting.
NEWS
By Mariana Minaya and Mariana Minaya,Sun Staff | August 19, 2005
It's a sad time for parents when their children stop believing in Santa Claus, the tooth fairy and the Easter Bunny. All too soon they stop accepting everything mom and dad say as the truth, and begin a long slide into the sulky, jaded teenage years. So how, exactly, do children develop into cynics? It's not entirely clear, researchers say. But a recent study concludes that youngsters begin doubting some of what they hear around age 7, and they develop the ability to recognize bias -- the unintentional skewing of facts -- at about 11. "They are not as gullible as we might expect them to be," said Candice Mills, assistant professor of psychology at the University of Texas in Dallas and co-author of the study in Psychological Science.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
On June 7, 2005, NANCY VIRGINIA STRONSKY of Sykesville, beloved daughter of Byron G. and Dorothy Virginia (nee Keil) Stronsky; dear niece of Virginia White and Bernard Stronsky; also survived by numerous cousins. She was predeceased by her grandparents, the late Frederick T. and Annie E. Keil and the late George and Virginia Stronsky. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday at 12 noon from Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt 32 near Eldersburg. Interment in Lake View Memorial Park, Sykesville.
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