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June 4, 2003
Suddenly, on May 30, 2003, ANN KILLIAN (nee Munschauer) of Lutherville, beloved daughter of Julie Munschauer and the late Donald R. Munschauer, loving mother of Christopher Paul Killian and Donald Andrew Killian, dear sister of Marilyn Munschauer and Carol Munschauer Torbit and her husband Charles Torbit, wife of the late Paul Donald Killian. Funeral arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center, 2325 York Rd., Timonium. At the request of the family, no formal services will be held.
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By Ian Zelaya | October 29, 2012
"No, not magic. Science," Frankenstein says, as he brings his brother back to life during a convenient storm. That's right, "Once" fans. Dr. Whale was revealed to be the infamous mad scientist in this episode titled "The Doctor. " I'm pretty sure Frankenstein doesn't fit in with storybook characters like Snow White and Cinderella, but alas the writers needed something to make this a Halloween-themed episode.  The ogres are coming! The ogres are coming! Emma and Co. arrive back at camp, where literally everyone is dead and heartless (literally)
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NEWS
By DeWitt Bliss and DeWitt Bliss,Sun Staff Writer | April 28, 1995
John K. Killian, who held several vocational education posts in Anne Arundel County, died Tuesday of cancer at his home in Glen Burnie. He was 61.Mr. Killian had worked for the state Department of Education from 1985 until last fall as director of the Adult External High School Diploma program, which grants diplomas based on experience and other factors.He retired from the Anne Arundel school system in 1984 as administrator of the Center of Applied Technology North in Glen Burnie.He went to work for the Glen Burnie vocational school in 1980, and while there he began a program of building houses at the school and then delivering them to a home site.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | April 11, 2007
Yesterday morning, on what was to have been his second day of his trial in Baltimore Circuit Court, Richard Keith Hardy III pleaded guilty to a convenience store robbery that turned into a bloody shootout. The plea deal announced in court means that Hardy, 19, will be sentenced to life in prison, with all but 25 to 40 years suspended. He is to be sentenced in July. Hardy was one of three men accused of holding up Keeper's Market in Belair-Edison on the afternoon of Jan. 4, 2006. When the store manager emerged with a gun of his own, Hardy opened fire, said Assistant State's Attorney William F. Cecil.
NEWS
By Muphen R. Whitney | February 12, 1992
For rider Kathleen Sanders, a recent trip to Florida was an 11-day chance to work hard and come home with a tack trunk full of horse showribbons.The 16-year-old South Carroll High student teamed with her 4-year-old quarter horse, Sunny's Lucky Champ, also known as Killian, to star in hunter seat classes on the flat at the Gold Coast Quarter Horse Show in West Palm Beach. This engaging team warmed up for this major show by winning five of six classes under three different judges at a local show in Ocala.
SPORTS
By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | October 21, 1998
Senior midfielder Krista Killian's stunning line drive into the goal's top-left corner from about 25 yards gave No. 12-ranked River Hill a 3-2, double-overtime win at home against neighboring Centennial yesterday.Killian's perfectly struck, right-foot goal above and beyond flying Eagles goalkeeper Erica Neiman about five minutes from the game's end was startling, because it came against the grain with Eagles defenders reacting to a deep pass back off Hawks sophomore Shannon Jackson."I just saw the ball coming back to me, and I wanted to shoot," said a thrilled Killian.
NEWS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | September 15, 2004
HOUSTON - The former secretary for the Texas Air National Guard colonel who supposedly wrote memos critical of President Bush's Guard service said yesterday that the documents are fake, but that they reflect real documents that once existed. Marian Carr Knox, who worked from 1956 to 1979 at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston, said she prided herself on meticulous typing, and the memos first disclosed by CBS News last week were not her work. "These are not real," she told The Dallas Morning News after examining copies of the disputed memos for the first time.
NEWS
November 22, 2004
On November 19, 2004 FRANCES MARIE MARX (nee Carter); beloved wife of William Charles Marx; devoted mother of Linda Miller and Patricia Killian; mother-in-law of George Miller, Jr. and Kevin Killian; sister of Elizabeth Ann Sobieck, Joan Gantt (Arkansas) and the late Margaret Neubiser and Elmer F. Carter, Jr.; dear grandmother of Judith Heiger, Lisa Seebold, Julie Buckman, Erin Burgart and Megan Killian; great grandmother of Lily and Brett Buckman. Visiting at the Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc., 7401 Belair Rd., (Overlea)
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | April 10, 2007
It was a regular afternoon at Keeper's Market, a tiny neighborhood convenience store on Brehm's Lane in Belair-Edison. Miss Debbie was buying her scratch-off tickets at the front counter, the store owner was checking inventory in the beverage case and Miss Linda and a manager were playing video games in the corner. Then the nightmare began. When it was over minutes later, gunsmoke would be thick in the air and the manager would be lying on the floor with 14 bullet holes in his body. The three men in ski masks walked in just after 2 p.m. Jan. 4, 2006, seeking to rob the store.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | April 11, 2007
Yesterday morning, on what was to have been his second day of his trial in Baltimore Circuit Court, Richard Keith Hardy III pleaded guilty to a convenience store robbery that turned into a bloody shootout. The plea deal announced in court means that Hardy, 19, will be sentenced to life in prison, with all but 25 to 40 years suspended. He is to be sentenced in July. Hardy was one of three men accused of holding up Keeper's Market in Belair-Edison on the afternoon of Jan. 4, 2006. When the store manager emerged with a gun of his own, Hardy opened fire, said Assistant State's Attorney William F. Cecil.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,Sun reporter | April 10, 2007
It was a regular afternoon at Keeper's Market, a tiny neighborhood convenience store on Brehm's Lane in Belair-Edison. Miss Debbie was buying her scratch-off tickets at the front counter, the store owner was checking inventory in the beverage case and Miss Linda and a manager were playing video games in the corner. Then the nightmare began. When it was over minutes later, gunsmoke would be thick in the air and the manager would be lying on the floor with 14 bullet holes in his body. The three men in ski masks walked in just after 2 p.m. Jan. 4, 2006, seeking to rob the store.
NEWS
July 19, 2005
On July 17, 2005 KILLIAN J. "RUDY" NEUBERGER; beloved husband of Aurora Joan Neuberger (nee Di Paola); devoted father of John Neuberger and his wife Laura and Margaret Banks and her husband Freddy; loving grandfather of Abbey, Timothy, Ryan and Danielle and his beloved dog "Gracie". Also survived by nephews Harvey and Terrance Panzer and niece Debra Hale. He was preceased in death by his sister Dorothy Gray and Jeanine Panzer. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Rd. (beltway exit 26A)
NEWS
November 22, 2004
On November 19, 2004 FRANCES MARIE MARX (nee Carter); beloved wife of William Charles Marx; devoted mother of Linda Miller and Patricia Killian; mother-in-law of George Miller, Jr. and Kevin Killian; sister of Elizabeth Ann Sobieck, Joan Gantt (Arkansas) and the late Margaret Neubiser and Elmer F. Carter, Jr.; dear grandmother of Judith Heiger, Lisa Seebold, Julie Buckman, Erin Burgart and Megan Killian; great grandmother of Lily and Brett Buckman. Visiting at the Lassahn Funeral Home, Inc., 7401 Belair Rd., (Overlea)
NEWS
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | September 16, 2004
Acknowledging crushing public criticism, CBS News President Andrew Heyward said yesterday that his network would seek to resolve questions about disputed documents relied on in a story a week ago to allege that President Bush had used well-placed connections to avoid fulfilling his military duties while in the Texas Air National Guard. Some leading Republicans on Capitol Hill denounced CBS yesterday, calling on the network to characterize the unnamed source of the papers. Rep. Christopher Cox, a California Republican, called for a congressional investigation, saying there was a "growing abundance of evidence that CBS News has aided and abetted fraud."
NEWS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | September 15, 2004
HOUSTON - The former secretary for the Texas Air National Guard colonel who supposedly wrote memos critical of President Bush's Guard service said yesterday that the documents are fake, but that they reflect real documents that once existed. Marian Carr Knox, who worked from 1956 to 1979 at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston, said she prided herself on meticulous typing, and the memos first disclosed by CBS News last week were not her work. "These are not real," she told The Dallas Morning News after examining copies of the disputed memos for the first time.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | September 13, 2004
Dan Rather's forceful defense last Friday of a CBS News story about gaps in President Bush's service in the Air National Guard does not appear to have assuaged those who doubt its accuracy. The report relied upon documents whose authenticity was immediately challenged by Bush supporters. It also threw professional document analysts into an uproar and sparked intense debate among journalists about how CBS News handled both the report, which aired last Wednesday on 60 Minutes, and the ensuing furor.
NEWS
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 9, 2004
The man who served as George W. Bush's squadron commander in the Texas Air National Guard wrote that Bush was suspended from being a pilot in part because he failed to meet performance standards and that higher-ups were pressuring the commander to "sugar-coat" evaluations of Bush. The squadron leader, Lt. Col. Jerry Killian, wrote about Bush in memos dated 1972 and 1973 that were first reported by CBS News last night during the network's 60 Minutes program and released by the White House later in the evening.
NEWS
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 9, 2004
The man who served as George W. Bush's squadron commander in the Texas Air National Guard wrote that Bush was suspended from being a pilot in part because he failed to meet performance standards and that higher-ups were pressuring the commander to "sugar-coat" evaluations of Bush. The squadron leader, Lt. Col. Jerry Killian, wrote about Bush in memos dated 1972 and 1973 that were first reported by CBS News last night during the network's 60 Minutes program and released by the White House later in the evening.
NEWS
June 26, 2004
On June 25, 2004, LOLA LORETTA KILLIAN (nee Senft), beloved wife of the late Joseph F. Killian, devoted mother of Pat Smith and Joanne Scarborough; also survived by five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and two sisters. Funeral from the family owned Bruzdinski Funeral Home, P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Avenue, Essex at Rt. 702 (Beltway Exit 36), on Monday at 10:30 A.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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