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December 21, 2003
On Friday December 19, 2003, MELISSA LAUER (nee Dean) of Glen Burnie; beloved wife of Jon Lauer; devoted mother of Leigh Anne Lauer; loving daughter of Robert and Jeanne Dean; dear sister of Robert Dean, II, and his wife Teresa, Sidney Dean, Amy Dean and Connie Giordano. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Avenue, S.W. (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie from 6 to 9 P.M. on Monday. The Memorial Mass will be celebrated at the Holy Trinity Catholic Church, on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Memorials in her name to The American Breast Cancer Society, 1041 Rt 3 North Building A-1, Gambrills, Md 21054 will be appreciated.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | November 24, 2012
I told myself I wasn't going to go here -- I wasn't going to weigh in on the pasting Matt Lauer was taking on Twitter Thursday and Friday for his less-than-stellar performance as TV host for NBC's coverage of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. But where there is vitriol like this, there is definitely something deeper happening -- something worth thinking about. Actually, I think there are several things going on. I wouldn't call it a perfect storm, but there are some ill cultural winds blowing Lauer's way -- and it could mean some rough weather ahead for him and the "Today" show in the battle with ABC's "Good Morning America.
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NEWS
August 29, 2005
On Saturday, August 27, 2005 CHLOE ANN LAUER; devoted mother of the late Joanne Lauer Sloan; dear mother-in-law of Douglas Sloan; loving grandmother of Carisa Lalla, Kenneth Sloan and Kevin Sloan; beloved great grandmother of six; dear sister of Miriam Hutchinson and Virginia Pasley. Family will receive friends Monday 7 to 9 P.M. at HARRY H. WITZKE's FAMILY FUNERAL HOME INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City. Service will be held Tuesday 10 A.M. at the Vantage House in Columbia. Interment to follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2012
Edward B. Lauer, co-founder with his wife of Lauer's Supermarket & Bakery in Anne Arundel County, whose motto was "Make the customer feel like a king and queen," died Monday of complications from Parkinson's disease at his Severna Park home. He was 85. "It was his passion and lifelong dream to own a supermarket," said a daughter, Bernadette L. Snoops of Millersville, who now operates the two supermarkets with her sister, Babette M. Poyer, who also lives in Millersville. The son of a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. paymaster and a homemaker, Mr. Lauer was born in Baltimore and raised on Edmondson Avenue.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 13, 1996
River Hill's Earl Lauer has been named director of the state cross country tournament committee beginning next year. He becomes the first Howard County coach to serve as a chairperson of a Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association sport committee."
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | April 30, 1994
C.J. Lauer, a junior attackman, scored the game's last two goals, as visiting Fallston fended off North Harford, 8-6, in a bruising Harford County League game last night.It was a game between two of the county's best, and they played like it. Until Lauer's third and final goal with 4:26 left, no more than one goal separated the two rivals.Fallston (8-0, 4-0) got outstanding play from midfielders Fred Sheckells, a senior, and Todd Paradise, a junior. Time and again the two used their speed to spark a transition game and each ended up with a goal.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD AND GLENN GRAHAM and LEM SATTERFIELD AND GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTERS | January 18, 2006
River Hill wrestling coach Earl Lauer sat in his office after a practice last week, scanning the many plaques, banners and photos honoring his achievements. He recalled coaching his eldest son, Brandon, now 24, to three state titles; and his son, Ryan, 19, to a state runner-up finish. While Brandon went unbeaten over 111 high school bouts without significant injury, Ryan had to overcome a broken jaw, four root canals and a knee injury - all as a freshman while exhibiting uncanny courage.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD | January 12, 2006
River Hill's Earl Lauer, who has turned the Hawks' program into a state wrestling power since the school's inception in 1996, signed his retirement papers yesterday, ending his 35-year career as a Howard County educator and wrestling coach. Lauer, who won't officially leave until March 1, said his son and assistant, Brandon Lauer, a former All-America wrestler at West Virginia University, was interviewed for the position on his 24th birthday Friday by principal Bill Ryan. Earl Lauer compiled a 139-27-2 record in 10 years at River Hill.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2000
Brandon Lauer's high school wrestling career ended with a perfect 111-0 record yesterday at fan-packed Western Maryland College where he won the 125-pound Class 4A-3A state championship. The River Hill senior, who didn't wrestle as a freshman because he weighed only 90 pounds, joined the elite company of just three other Maryland wrestlers who have completed undefeated careers -- Paint Branch's Brian Crane, Bullis School's Len Bernstein and Owings Mills' Steve Kessler. Lauer, headed to West Virginia on an athletic scholarship, finished this season at 39-0 and became the 16th Maryland wrestler to win three state titles.
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By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 22, 2003
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three years after Brandon Lauer and Frank Edwards won their third Maryland state high school wrestling titles for River Hill and Sherwood, respectively, the duo became NCAA Division I All-Americans yesterday. With a 15-13 overtime win over Wisconsin's Tom Clum, Lauer, a West Virginia University 133-pounder, placed yesterday at the NCAA national championship tournament. The top eight finishers in each weight bracket gain All-America status. Edwards, who wrestles at 165 pounds for the Naval Academy, did the same by defeating Wyoming's Levi Prevost, 10-4, in a dominant performance.
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By Glenn Graham | December 18, 2009
In March 1988, at the age of 6, Brandon Lauer creatively declared his future. Using crayons on drawing paper, Lauer drew three stick figures - two players and one coach - and then his kindergarten teacher filled in the caption bubble that hovered above the middle character. It read: "I would like to be a coach." Lauer, now 27, is fulfilling his dream and more. Not only is he the wrestling coach at his alma mater, River Hill, where he enjoyed one of the state's most prolific wrestling careers, but he's also following directly in his father's footsteps.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | December 18, 2009
In March 1988, at the age of 6, Brandon Lauer creatively declared his future. Using crayons on drawing paper, Lauer drew three stick figures - two players and one coach - and then his kindergarten teacher filled in the caption bubble that hovered above the middle character. It read: "I would like to be a coach." Lauer, now 27, is fulfilling his dream and more. Not only is he the wrestling coach at his alma mater, River Hill, where he enjoyed one of the state's most prolific wrestling careers, but he's also following directly in his father's footsteps.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | November 9, 2009
Helen Lauer, the matriarch of a family who founded two Anne Arundel County supermarkets and believed that traditionally made baked goods could win customers, died of lymphoma Wednesday at her Severna Park home. She was 80. Born Helen Beaudette in Baltimore, she grew up on Mallow Hill Road. She attended St. Mark's Parochial School in Catonsville and was a 1946 graduate of Seton High School. After marrying grocery store manager Edward Lauer 59 years ago, and raising five daughters, she and her husband moved to Anne Arundel County, where they fulfilled a dream of opening their own supermarket.
NEWS
June 7, 2009
GIRLS TRACK Performer of the Year Katie Harman River Hill The senior did it all this season. The James Madison-bound Harman swept the 1,600 and 3,200 in Class 2A at the state meet. Coach Earl Lauer said Harman becoming a year-round runner played a big role in her more success. She was one of the state's top runner in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track this year - sweeping the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 at the county and Class 2A South regioal meets before winning twice at states Coach of the Year Earl Lauer River Hill Lauer worked on developing versatile athletes, and that versatility is a main reason the Hawks were so hard to beat.
NEWS
By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | March 24, 2009
Williams recovering from heart surgery Robin Williams is recovering at a hospital in Cleveland after having heart surgery his doctors deemed successful. The 57-year-old actor had an operation to replace an aortic valve at the Cleveland Clinic on March 13. Publicists Mara Buxbaum and Chris Kanarick say he is expected to make a complete recovery in the next eight weeks. Wedding bells Bruce Willis has tied the knot for the second time. The actor's publicity agency, Rogers & Cowan, said in a statement Sunday that the 54-year-old Willis married 30-year-old model-actress Emma Heming in a small, private ceremony at his home in Parrot Cay in the Turks & Caicos Islands.
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 28, 2008
The River Hill indoor track and field coaches don't believe in taking it easy. Girls coach Earl Lauer and boys coach Wes McCoy have lined up a tough schedule for the Hawks in the first part of the season. "For boys and girls both, Feb. 16 [the state championships] is what's important," Lauer said. "All that happens before that is irrelevant. That's our goal, to be in the top five in the states." The tough schedule helps get the teams ready for states. They ran in the Howard County Winter Festival earlier this month and were headed for the Mountain Express event at Hagerstown Community College yesterday.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 27, 2000
Three-time All-Metro Brandon Lauer, The Sun's two-time All-Metro Wrestler of the Year from River Hill High, defeated Clinton Hicks of New Jersey, 6-1, to earn fifth place at 119 pounds in the National High Schools' tournament at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh. Ranked No. 8 by the National High School Coaches' Association, Lauer, bound for West Virginia on a wrestling scholarship, earned High School All-America honors by finishing in the top eight of his 57-man bracket. Northeast heavyweight James Taylor went 4-2, coming within one bout of earning All-America honors.
SPORTS
By Chicago Tribune | August 14, 2008
BEIJING - The Games can't help but pass through the set of The Today Show, situated in the heart of the Olympic complex. Of course, it is not merely a happy coincidence. NBC, and its massive, nearly-billion-dollar Olympic infrastructure, starts its broadcast day with Matt, Meredith, Ann and Al, live from Beijing, from the same set that went with them to Athens and Turin and served as a makeshift home in Rockefeller Center while their New York set was being reconstructed for high-definition conversion a couple years ago. On the road with Today is nothing new. Its original host, Dave Garroway, took viewers to Paris and Rome and on board an Air Force B-52.
NEWS
May 15, 2008
On May 12, 2008 RUTH M. KANE (nee Lauer), beloved wife of the late Warren Opfer, lost to WWII and the late Edward C. Kane, Sr. Devoted mother of Edward C. Kane, Jr. and his wife Rose and the late Steven B. Kane. Loving grandmother of Jason A. Kane and Melinda R. Kane. Dear sister of Bernice Edell, the late Alvera Muth, Virginia Opfer, Rhoda Fabiszewski, Theodore Lauer, Robert Lauer, the late John Lauer and the late Frederick Lauer. A funeral service will be held at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc. Funeral Home, 5303 Harford Rd. (at Echodale)
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