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February 22, 2007
On February 18, 2007, GILBERT P. LAWLOR SR. Survived by five children, 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Arrangements were private.
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February 22, 2007
On February 18, 2007, GILBERT P. LAWLOR SR. Survived by five children, 10 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Arrangements were private.
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NEWS
February 1, 2004
On January 22, 2004 MICHAEL S.LAWLOR, 1st Lt. U.S.M.C., beloved husband of Blythe Lawlor (nee Tabatsko); dear son of James C. Lawlor of Timonium and Patricia Lawlor (nee Stokes) of Westminster; loving brother of Sean Lawlor.Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Rd (beltway exit 26A) on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. A Graveside Service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery, on Monday at 1 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Greenridge State Park Volunteer Team Inc., 12522 Pleasant Valley Rd, Flintstone, MD 21530, Attn: Michael Lawlor Memorial Fund.
NEWS
February 1, 2004
On January 22, 2004 MICHAEL S. LAWLOR, 1st Lt. U.S.M.C., beloved husband of Blythe Lawlor (nee Tabatsko); dear son of James C. Lawlor of Timonium and Patricia Lawlor (nee Stokes) of Westminster; loving brother of Sean Lawlor. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Rd (beltway exit 26A) on Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. A Graveside Service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery, on Monday at 1 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the Greenridge State Park Volunteer Team Inc., 12522 Pleasant Valley Rd, Flintstone, MD 21530, Attn: Michael Lawlor Memorial Fund.
SPORTS
By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Correspondent | March 19, 1991
LAS VEGAS -- Roberto Duran all but pleaded "no mas" for the second time in his career.Duran, a four-time former champion who turns 40 in June, stopped fighting in the sixth round of his scheduled 10-round super-middleweight bout last night with journeyman Pat Lawlor of San Francisco.Lawler threw a right hand that glanced off Duran's elbow and banged into his right rib cage. The Panamanian doubled up in pain and walked slowly to his corner.Referee Vic Drakulich called timeout and signaled for ring physician Flip Homansky to examine Duran.
FEATURES
By Chicago Tribune | March 7, 1995
When children's author Laurie Lawlor was asked last spring by Columbia Pictures to rewrite "Little Women" to ride along with the movie, she thought it would be a way to attract a new generation of readers to Louisa May Alcott's 19th-century novel.Now, almost a year later, Ms. Lawlor finds herself accused of "dumbing down" one of the world's most beloved classics.Her "Little Women" -- drastically slimmed down and rewritten -- came out in December, as did the movie. Both were immediate hits.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1996
The sudden ouster of Michael Lawlor, the chief executive of Annapolis-based Air-Cure Technologies Inc., was driven by a small group of shareholders who say they wanted to pick up increase the pace of growth of the pollution control company.The group also believes a different strategy for Air-Cure can boost profits, improve the stock price and make Air-Cure the company a well-known name in the environmental control industry."I'd like to think we can double the size of the company in the next 18 months," said Mark E. Johnson, a majority shareholder who led the move leading to Friday's firing of Mr. Lawlor.
NEWS
By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2004
A north Baltimore County Marine who survived an eight-month tour in Iraq was killed during a training exercise when his military helicopter crashed near San Diego late Thursday. First Lt. Michael S. Lawlor, 26, was one of four Marines aboard the helicopter gunship when it crashed at Camp Pendleton. Three were pronounced dead at the scene; the fourth died later at a hospital. A graduate of North Carroll High School and Towson University, Lawlor returned to the United States in September after serving eight months in Iraq.
NEWS
October 4, 1995
Wiley Purkey is the newest member of the Sykesville Historic District Commission. His appointment last week brings to six the number of members of the commission.A seventh member, not yet appointed, will join the panel next month, said Councilman Garth Adams, liaison to the commission."Our town is growing and changing," said Mr. Adams. "Every consultant we have talked to has told us that the Historic District is Sykesville. We need more members to help with our activities."The panel will soon be organizing activities to raise money to renovate the Gatehouse, an aging building on Cooper Drive, into a municipal museum.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 23, 2002
DUBLIN, Ireland - A series of shootings Sunday night in Belfast, the Northern Ireland capital, left a man dead and two seriously injured, illustrating how quickly the province's sectarian divisions can turn violent. Gerard Lawlor, 19, was shot and killed beside a road a few hundred yards from his family's house as he walked home alone from a pub just after midnight. The Red Hand Defenders, a cover name used by Protestant paramilitary groups, claimed responsibility for the killing. Lawlor was a Roman Catholic.
NEWS
By Rona Kobell and Rona Kobell,SUN STAFF | January 24, 2004
A north Baltimore County Marine who survived an eight-month tour in Iraq was killed during a training exercise when his military helicopter crashed near San Diego late Thursday. First Lt. Michael S. Lawlor, 26, was one of four Marines aboard the helicopter gunship when it crashed at Camp Pendleton. Three were pronounced dead at the scene; the fourth died later at a hospital. A graduate of North Carroll High School and Towson University, Lawlor returned to the United States in September after serving eight months in Iraq.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 23, 2002
DUBLIN, Ireland - A series of shootings Sunday night in Belfast, the Northern Ireland capital, left a man dead and two seriously injured, illustrating how quickly the province's sectarian divisions can turn violent. Gerard Lawlor, 19, was shot and killed beside a road a few hundred yards from his family's house as he walked home alone from a pub just after midnight. The Red Hand Defenders, a cover name used by Protestant paramilitary groups, claimed responsibility for the killing. Lawlor was a Roman Catholic.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1996
The sudden ouster of Michael Lawlor, the chief executive of Annapolis-based Air-Cure Technologies Inc., was driven by a small group of shareholders who say they wanted to pick up increase the pace of growth of the pollution control company.The group also believes a different strategy for Air-Cure can boost profits, improve the stock price and make Air-Cure the company a well-known name in the environmental control industry."I'd like to think we can double the size of the company in the next 18 months," said Mark E. Johnson, a majority shareholder who led the move leading to Friday's firing of Mr. Lawlor.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1995
Once perceived as a sleepy backwater, Annapolis is now a prime spot for upscale offices, and demand has outstripped supply, real estate experts say."Annapolis is an incredibly pleasant area in which to live," said Gregory E. Masi, a broker with Carey Winston Co. in Laurel, explaining the lure for companies. "Part of that is the natural features. Not only the historic areas, but the natural setting of the water, which you can't beat."Anne Arundel County business officials say they could fill 300,000 square feet with corporate and regional headquarters as well as smaller companies.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1995
When Michael Lawlor took the helm in 1992 of Air-Cure Technologies Inc., an upstart supplier of industrial air-pollution control systems based in Annapolis, he quickly mapped out a grand plan.He decided that Air-Cure, which at the time had revenues of just $7 million, should grow more than tenfold to a $100 million company. His time frame: five years.Mr. Lawlor expects to realize his goal next year -- one year ahead of his expansion schedule.There'll be no breather. He's keeping the company on a growth track, albeit slower paced.
NEWS
October 4, 1995
Wiley Purkey is the newest member of the Sykesville Historic District Commission. His appointment last week brings to six the number of members of the commission.A seventh member, not yet appointed, will join the panel next month, said Councilman Garth Adams, liaison to the commission."Our town is growing and changing," said Mr. Adams. "Every consultant we have talked to has told us that the Historic District is Sykesville. We need more members to help with our activities."The panel will soon be organizing activities to raise money to renovate the Gatehouse, an aging building on Cooper Drive, into a municipal museum.
NEWS
By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | November 5, 1991
One morning last winter, Charles Wright lost his life over 50 cents.Wright, 38, was accused of snatching two quarters another man had put down to reserve a pool table at the Nite Owl bar. Then he was fatally stabbed in a fight outside the bar located in the 3600 block of Woodland Ave."To kill man for two quarters I think is beyond words," Wright's brother, Clinton, told Baltimore Circuit Judge Elsbeth Levy Bothe.Edward A. Moss Jr. accepted a plea bargain and yesterday was sentenced to 12 years in prison for the Jan. 26 stabbing.
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