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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Sun Staff Writer | July 20, 1994
The Carroll County Democratic Central Committee has drafted former acting school Superintendent Robert E. Kersey to run for an Orphans Court judgeship.Mr. Kersey, 69, of Westminster will be the third Democratic candidate on the ticket in the Sept. 13 primary. Four Republicans also are vying for three open seats.The deadline to file to run for office was July 5, but state law allows political parties to draft enough candidates to fill available slots on the ticket. Today is the deadline to nominate candidates.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | January 3, 2009
Robert E. Kersey, a trumpet player, music educator and Carroll County public schools administrator, died of cancer Sunday at the Shores at Wesley Manor Health Care Center in Ocean City, N.J. The former Westminster resident was 84. Born in Trenton, N.J., he played the trumpet as a boy. When his father was named manager of the Hotel Lafayette in Atlantic City, N.J., he became a regular listener to live bands at venues at the resort. During World War II, he played in an Army Air Forces band and was an infantry rifleman at the Battle of the Bulge.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | June 12, 1992
PORTLAND, Ore. -- What appeared to be a combustible situation Wednesday night between Portland teammates Jerome Kersey and Danny Ainge in the fourth quarter of game four of the NBA Finals, instead served as a rallying point for the Trail Blazers in beating the Chicago Bulls, 93-88, and tying the series, 2-2.With 7.42 remaining, Ainge attempted to calm Kersey, whose flagrant foul of forward Scott Williams had led to three successful free throws and an...
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November 12, 2007
Robert Jackson Covey Jr., a former grocery store cashier and manager, died Thursday from diabetes complications at Union Memorial Hospital. The Ocean City resident was 53. Mr. Covey was born in Philadelphia and raised in Randallstown. He was an All-American football player at Randallstown High School, from which he graduated in 1972. He earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Frostburg State University in 1976. Mr. Covey began his grocery store career at the Catonsville Super Fresh in the early 1980s.
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By Bob Robinson and Bob Robinson,Special to The Sun | January 19, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Second-year player Cliff Robinson matched his career high with 22 points last night and led the Portland Trail Blazers to a 123-99 National Basketball Association victory over the Washington Bullets.It was Portland's 18th win at home in 20 games this season and raised the Blazers' record against Atlantic Division opponents to 6-0.Robinson, starting in place of injured Buck Williams, made 10 of 19 shots from the field and equaled the total he had twice last season. He played only 29 minutes, as coach Rick Adelman used reserves through most of the second half.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | January 3, 2009
Robert E. Kersey, a trumpet player, music educator and Carroll County public schools administrator, died of cancer Sunday at the Shores at Wesley Manor Health Care Center in Ocean City, N.J. The former Westminster resident was 84. Born in Trenton, N.J., he played the trumpet as a boy. When his father was named manager of the Hotel Lafayette in Atlantic City, N.J., he became a regular listener to live bands at venues at the resort. During World War II, he played in an Army Air Forces band and was an infantry rifleman at the Battle of the Bulge.
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September 12, 1993
FLORENCE KERSEY of Westminster, along with a small committee, organized the "Expeditions in the Arts" bus trip series sponsored by the Carroll County Arts Council. Ms. Kersey has organized the tours for 11 years.This year's series began yesterday, with a tour to Ellis Island, N.Y. The tour also stopped at Soho art galleries and shops.The tours have been expanded into a yearlong program that includes 10 trips to sites such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Easter show at Radio City Music Hall in New York, and the home of Pearl Buck in Bucks County, Pa.Organization's comments: "She's extremely dynamic," said Hilary Pierce, executive director of the Carroll County Arts Council.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | September 22, 1993
When the overture began Saturday for the first performance of "The Music Man," put on by the charity theater group DTC September Song, Dr. Robert Kersey was at his usual station in the orchestra pit.The 68-year-old Westminster resident has conducted the orchestra through every performance of every production since the curtain rose on the first September Song show 20 years ago.September Song is an annual event that has raised over $175,000 for Carroll County...
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November 12, 2007
Robert Jackson Covey Jr., a former grocery store cashier and manager, died Thursday from diabetes complications at Union Memorial Hospital. The Ocean City resident was 53. Mr. Covey was born in Philadelphia and raised in Randallstown. He was an All-American football player at Randallstown High School, from which he graduated in 1972. He earned a bachelor's degree in political science from Frostburg State University in 1976. Mr. Covey began his grocery store career at the Catonsville Super Fresh in the early 1980s.
NEWS
June 21, 2004
On June 19, 2004, BEATRICE ROBERTA; beloved wife of Sylvester Mattheu; devoted mother of Paula M. Foertsch and Leroy Mattheu; loving grandmother of Kristin Kratfel, Jason Kersey and Michelle Amoriello; dear great-grandmother of Alexandra Kersey and the late Kayla Kersey. Also survived by two sisters and a brother of Cumberland, MD. Funeral from the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Rt. 702 (beltway exit 36), on Tuesday at 8:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 9 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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June 21, 2004
On June 19, 2004, BEATRICE ROBERTA; beloved wife of Sylvester Mattheu; devoted mother of Paula M. Foertsch and Leroy Mattheu; loving grandmother of Kristin Kratfel, Jason Kersey and Michelle Amoriello; dear great-grandmother of Alexandra Kersey and the late Kayla Kersey. Also survived by two sisters and a brother of Cumberland, MD. Funeral from the family owned Bruzdzinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Rt. 702 (beltway exit 36), on Tuesday at 8:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 9 A.M. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Sun Staff Writer | July 20, 1994
The Carroll County Democratic Central Committee has drafted former acting school Superintendent Robert E. Kersey to run for an Orphans Court judgeship.Mr. Kersey, 69, of Westminster will be the third Democratic candidate on the ticket in the Sept. 13 primary. Four Republicans also are vying for three open seats.The deadline to file to run for office was July 5, but state law allows political parties to draft enough candidates to fill available slots on the ticket. Today is the deadline to nominate candidates.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | September 22, 1993
When the overture began Saturday for the first performance of "The Music Man," put on by the charity theater group DTC September Song, Dr. Robert Kersey was at his usual station in the orchestra pit.The 68-year-old Westminster resident has conducted the orchestra through every performance of every production since the curtain rose on the first September Song show 20 years ago.September Song is an annual event that has raised over $175,000 for Carroll County...
NEWS
September 12, 1993
FLORENCE KERSEY of Westminster, along with a small committee, organized the "Expeditions in the Arts" bus trip series sponsored by the Carroll County Arts Council. Ms. Kersey has organized the tours for 11 years.This year's series began yesterday, with a tour to Ellis Island, N.Y. The tour also stopped at Soho art galleries and shops.The tours have been expanded into a yearlong program that includes 10 trips to sites such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Easter show at Radio City Music Hall in New York, and the home of Pearl Buck in Bucks County, Pa.Organization's comments: "She's extremely dynamic," said Hilary Pierce, executive director of the Carroll County Arts Council.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | June 12, 1992
PORTLAND, Ore. -- What appeared to be a combustible situation Wednesday night between Portland teammates Jerome Kersey and Danny Ainge in the fourth quarter of game four of the NBA Finals, instead served as a rallying point for the Trail Blazers in beating the Chicago Bulls, 93-88, and tying the series, 2-2.With 7.42 remaining, Ainge attempted to calm Kersey, whose flagrant foul of forward Scott Williams had led to three successful free throws and an...
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By Norm Maves Jr. and Norm Maves Jr.,Special to The Sun | December 2, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sure, the Washington Bullets were a hurting team when they limped into Memorial Coliseum for their NBA game with the Portland Trail Blazers last night.Their injury list isn't any shorter than it was when they left Los Angeles, and, given the travel time, they were understandably tired.But that probably won't stop them from kicking themselves for letting the Blazers get away from them. The Bullets, 6-10, fought and scratched for most of the 48 minutes, but a late spurt from the free-throw line gave Portland the 91-87 victory.
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By Norm Maves Jr. and Norm Maves Jr.,Special to The Sun | December 2, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sure, the Washington Bullets were a hurting team when they limped into Memorial Coliseum for their NBA game with the Portland Trail Blazers last night.Their injury list isn't any shorter than it was when they left Los Angeles, and, given the travel time, they were understandably tired.But that probably won't stop them from kicking themselves for letting the Blazers get away from them. The Bullets, 6-10, fought and scratched for most of the 48 minutes, but a late spurt from the free-throw line gave Portland the 91-87 victory.
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By Norm Maves Jr. and Norm Maves Jr.,Special to The Evening Sun | December 2, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sure, the Washington Bullets were a hurting team when they limped into Memorial Coliseum for their game with the Portland Trail Blazers last night.Their injury list isn't any shorter than it was when they left Los Angeles, and given the travel time they were understandably tired.But that probably won't stop them from kicking themselves for letting the Blazers get away from them. The Bullets (6-10) fought and scratched for most of the 48 minutes, but a late spurt from the free-throw line gave Portland the 91-87 victory.
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By Norm Maves Jr. and Norm Maves Jr.,Special to The Evening Sun | December 2, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sure, the Washington Bullets were a hurting team when they limped into Memorial Coliseum for their game with the Portland Trail Blazers last night.Their injury list isn't any shorter than it was when they left Los Angeles, and given the travel time they were understandably tired.But that probably won't stop them from kicking themselves for letting the Blazers get away from them. The Bullets (6-10) fought and scratched for most of the 48 minutes, but a late spurt from the free-throw line gave Portland the 91-87 victory.
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By Bob Robinson and Bob Robinson,Special to The Sun | January 19, 1991
PORTLAND, Ore. -- Second-year player Cliff Robinson matched his career high with 22 points last night and led the Portland Trail Blazers to a 123-99 National Basketball Association victory over the Washington Bullets.It was Portland's 18th win at home in 20 games this season and raised the Blazers' record against Atlantic Division opponents to 6-0.Robinson, starting in place of injured Buck Williams, made 10 of 19 shots from the field and equaled the total he had twice last season. He played only 29 minutes, as coach Rick Adelman used reserves through most of the second half.
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