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January 1, 2006
PATRICK J. KINSELLA, JR., 80, of Somerset, Pa, formerly of Baltimore, Maryland, died peacefully at home in Somerset, PA on December 30, 2005 at 1:45 A.M., surrounded by his wife and all his children. Born August 19, 1925 in Baltimore, MD; son of the late Patrick J. Sr. and Mary Ann (Moran) Kinsella; preceded in death by brother James Kinsella; sisters, Rita Eltz, Katherine White and Carmelita Knoble; survived by wife Ruth of 54 years (nee De Jarnette) formerly from Essex, Maryland and six children; Paula Michels of Bowleys Quarters, Maryland, Patrick J. Kinsella, III, Michael D. Kinsella, Jennifer Yoder, Daniel Kinsella and Mary Cotter, all of Somerset County, PA. Also survived by sister, Margaret (Peggy)
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By Colleen Jaskot, The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2013
It's not too early to start compiling your summer reading list. Here are some recommendations, courtesy of the Enoch Pratt Free Library , with publication dates. Fiction Sophie Kinsella, "Wedding Night": An unlikely romance involves a pair desperate to keep a couple from getting married. April 23 Charlaine Harris, "Dead Ever After": The Southern waitress with paranormal powers, Sookie Stackhouse, who inspired the "True Blood" series, has her grand finale in the end to this series.
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SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | February 23, 1993
HAMILTON, N.Y. -- Navy senior Kelly Kinsella of Falls Church, Va., was named Co-Swimmer of the Year and head coach Dick Purdy received Coach of the Year honors as Navy successfully defended its Patriot League swimming and diving title over the weekend.Kinsella won three individual events at the weekend meet: 100-meter breaststroke (1:06.41), 200 breaststroke (2:25.59) and 200 IM (2:08.92). The 100 breaststroke time was an academy and meet record.Purdy guided the Mids to their second consecutive championship since joining the league last season.
NEWS
January 1, 2006
PATRICK J. KINSELLA, JR., 80, of Somerset, Pa, formerly of Baltimore, Maryland, died peacefully at home in Somerset, PA on December 30, 2005 at 1:45 A.M., surrounded by his wife and all his children. Born August 19, 1925 in Baltimore, MD; son of the late Patrick J. Sr. and Mary Ann (Moran) Kinsella; preceded in death by brother James Kinsella; sisters, Rita Eltz, Katherine White and Carmelita Knoble; survived by wife Ruth of 54 years (nee De Jarnette) formerly from Essex, Maryland and six children; Paula Michels of Bowleys Quarters, Maryland, Patrick J. Kinsella, III, Michael D. Kinsella, Jennifer Yoder, Daniel Kinsella and Mary Cotter, all of Somerset County, PA. Also survived by sister, Margaret (Peggy)
NEWS
By Luciana Lopez and Luciana Lopez,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2003
When Margaret Ingram was a girl, she heard stories about her great-grandfather, about his Irish brogue, about his being wounded, perhaps at Gettysburg, about his time as a policeman in Baltimore. But in 1991, her daughter, Susan, began working as part of the camera crew on the movie Gettysburg. There, re-creating the three-day engagement, which resulted in more than 50,000 dead, wounded and missing men in the two armies, Susan felt something of the horror of the battle where her ancestor James Kinsella fought.
NEWS
April 20, 2003
On April 16, 2003, MARY "Rita" ELTZ (nee Kinsella); beloved mother of Harry Freyer and his wife Elaine; loving grandmother of Kim Dulany and Mark Freyer: great-grandmother of J.T. Dulany. Her brother Patrick Kinsella and her sister Margaret Boyle also survive Mrs. Eltz. Services and Interment private.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
On March 6, 2005, PAUL ALLEN, beloved husband of Diane Smith (nee Parker), devoted father of Saimantha Kinsella, Sandi Smith, Sindi Darby and Daniel Smith. Loving son of Bertha Wolpiuk, brother of Thomas Smith and Carol Zapf. Loving grandfather of Emilee and Rylee Kinsella, Amanda Wilson, Zackery and Trevor Darby, dear master Julie Dog Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Wednesday from 4 to 8 P.M. where services will be held at 7P.M.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff Writer | December 4, 1992
The Atholton High School cafeteria may not have stained-glass windows or pews, but it's a church to the 375 families of the St. Francis of Assisi parish.The 4-year-old Roman Catholic parish has celebrated Sunday Mass at the school since 1988 because, as a new parish, it had no church of its own.But in a couple of years, St. Francis parishioners hope to be in their permanent home on a piece of farmland in Fulton.Through its fund-raising campaign, called "Build My Church," the parish has raised $500,000 in pledges toward the construction of a new church.
NEWS
By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Staff Writer | January 9, 1994
What does it mean to be a Roman Catholic today?St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission in Kings Contrivance will try to answer that question for county Catholics who may be confused or concerned about the changes in the church during the past 20 years.St. Francis will hold a presentation on Catholicism at 5 p.m. today at Atholton High School, where the parish normally meets on Sundays. Joe Ciarrocchi, an assistant professor of pastoral counseling at Loyola College, will be the speaker."I think what we will be doing will be a service to the community," said the Rev. John F. Kinsella, the 1,200-member mission's priest.
NEWS
By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Staff Writer | October 1, 1993
They don't carry tools or bricks, but members of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission in Columbia manage to "build a church every Sunday," says the Rev. John F. Kinsella.The mission's 450 families meet inside Atholton High School's cafeteria on Freetown Road for Sunday services, where they hang crosses and banners and set up an altar to create a church-like feeling for their worship service."It's a little tough praying in a high school cafeteria, with cold french fries on the floor, and a Dr Pepper soda machine," said Father Kinsella, whose parish celebrates its fifth anniversary at a special Mass tomorrow.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
On March 6, 2005, PAUL ALLEN, beloved husband of Diane Smith (nee Parker), devoted father of Saimantha Kinsella, Sandi Smith, Sindi Darby and Daniel Smith. Loving son of Bertha Wolpiuk, brother of Thomas Smith and Carol Zapf. Loving grandfather of Emilee and Rylee Kinsella, Amanda Wilson, Zackery and Trevor Darby, dear master Julie Dog Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Wednesday from 4 to 8 P.M. where services will be held at 7P.M.
NEWS
By Luciana Lopez and Luciana Lopez,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2003
When Margaret Ingram was a girl, she heard stories about her great-grandfather, about his Irish brogue, about his being wounded, perhaps at Gettysburg, about his time as a policeman in Baltimore. But in 1991, her daughter, Susan, began working as part of the camera crew on the movie Gettysburg. There, re-creating the three-day engagement, which resulted in more than 50,000 dead, wounded and missing men in the two armies, Susan felt something of the horror of the battle where her ancestor James Kinsella fought.
NEWS
April 20, 2003
On April 16, 2003, MARY "Rita" ELTZ (nee Kinsella); beloved mother of Harry Freyer and his wife Elaine; loving grandmother of Kim Dulany and Mark Freyer: great-grandmother of J.T. Dulany. Her brother Patrick Kinsella and her sister Margaret Boyle also survive Mrs. Eltz. Services and Interment private.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield and Katherine Dunn and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2002
Notre Dame Prep junior Zoey Bouchelle, a three-time All-Metro soccer midfielder, was one of only two Marylanders named to the 2002 National Soccer Coaches Association of America/Adidas High School Girls All-America Team. Bouchelle, the Baltimore City/County Player of the Year after leading the Blazers to the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference final this fall, ranked among only 13 underclassmen to make the team. She and St. Mary's senior defender Ashly Kennedy, The Sun's All-Metro Player of the Year, were the only two girls selected from Maryland.
NEWS
By Howard Kleinberg | October 28, 1997
MIAMI -- Baseball is a wonderfully sentimental diversion. Despite those long stretches of loathing over player strikes and games that take too long to play, baseball somehow remains ingrained in the souls of its addicts.It's what made ''Field of Dreams'' such a poignant film.The film, and its predecessor book, W.P. Kinsella's ''Shoeless Joe,'' trifled with our emotions by evoking a past of a conjured purity. The book sanitized the sport's past because we wanted it that way.''Is this heaven?
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | January 17, 1995
Los Angeles -- The "angry white male" is someone we've been hearing a lot about since the November election. He's become shorthand for explaining the sweeping conservative victory.Unfortunately, like so many cultural phenomena, he's gone straight to the status of icon without much explanation of who or what he is. Until tonight, that is.Dr. Eddie "Fitz" Fitzgerald, the troubled forensic psychologist played by Robbie Coltrane in "Cracker," returns in a bril- liant exploration of white working-class rage and murder, titled "To Be Somebody," at 9 tonight on the Arts & Entertainment cable channel.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | January 17, 1995
Los Angeles -- The "angry white male" is someone we've been hearing a lot about since the November election. He's become shorthand for explaining the sweeping conservative victory.Unfortunately, like so many cultural phenomena, he's gone straight to the status of icon without much explanation of who or what he is. Until tonight, that is.Dr. Eddie "Fitz" Fitzgerald, the troubled forensic psychologist played by Robbie Coltrane in "Cracker," returns in a bril- liant exploration of white working-class rage and murder, titled "To Be Somebody," at 9 tonight on the Arts & Entertainment cable channel.
NEWS
By Howard Kleinberg | October 28, 1997
MIAMI -- Baseball is a wonderfully sentimental diversion. Despite those long stretches of loathing over player strikes and games that take too long to play, baseball somehow remains ingrained in the souls of its addicts.It's what made ''Field of Dreams'' such a poignant film.The film, and its predecessor book, W.P. Kinsella's ''Shoeless Joe,'' trifled with our emotions by evoking a past of a conjured purity. The book sanitized the sport's past because we wanted it that way.''Is this heaven?
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | September 3, 1994
BETHESDA -- Washington won four matches and split another in turning back Baltimore, 12-6, in the annual women's team match between members of the Women's District Golf Association and the Women's Golf Association at Congressional Country Club. It was Washington's first win since 1991 in a series that dates back more than 50 years.City and State champion Andrea Kraus and Joanne Salerno produced Baltimore's only winning margin when they combined to get 2 1/2 points from Shawn McCullough-Ruth Ann Verrell, and Hobbit's Glen club mates Cheri Cooper and Young Ja Kim split 1 1/2 -1 1/2 when Cindy Carlin-Carmen Oelsner won the 18th hole to halve the back nine and the match.
NEWS
By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Staff Writer | January 9, 1994
What does it mean to be a Roman Catholic today?St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission in Kings Contrivance will try to answer that question for county Catholics who may be confused or concerned about the changes in the church during the past 20 years.St. Francis will hold a presentation on Catholicism at 5 p.m. today at Atholton High School, where the parish normally meets on Sundays. Joe Ciarrocchi, an assistant professor of pastoral counseling at Loyola College, will be the speaker."I think what we will be doing will be a service to the community," said the Rev. John F. Kinsella, the 1,200-member mission's priest.
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