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By Frederick N. Rasmussen | fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | January 7, 2010
Mary G. Creaghan, a Loyola High School librarian who during her nearly four-decade career helped generations of students appreciate the world of books and letters, died in her sleep Saturday at St. Elizabeth Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Southwest Baltimore. She was 98. Mary Gabriel Creaghan, the daughter of a contractor and a homemaker, was born in Marriottsville and raised in Pikesville. She was a 1929 graduate of St. Joseph Academy in Emmitsburg and earned her bachelor's degree in English in 1933 from St. Joseph College, also in Emmitsburg.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
Daniel "Rocky" Hyde, a former tavern owner and a retired Maryland State Lottery employee, died of heart failure Wednesday at Franklin Square Medical Center. The Rosedale resident was 65. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Leo Hyde, a postal worker, and Vera Sacco Hyde, a homemaker. The family lived in Loch Raven Village. He attended Immaculate Heart of Mary School and was a 1966 graduate of Calvert Hall College High School, where he was a standout football offensive and defensive lineman.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2013
When my son James was a student at Loyola High School in the 1990s, I was active in the school's Fathers' Club, which was a collection of guys from all walks of life who enjoyed a good time and shared a connection at the Towson school. One of the club's officers had the bright idea of starting a Sports Night, and within a nanosecond, it became my responsibility to furnish speakers for these evenings. "You know plenty of people. Should be a snap," bellowed the always-genial Mike Kaiser, Fathers' Club president, who never took no for an answer.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
James J. Lacy Jr., who set a national scoring record as a standout basketball forward at what is now Loyola University Maryland and was a retired insurance broker, died of complications from melanoma Saturday at his North Roland Park home. He was 87. In 1949, Mr. Lacy was the nation's highest-scoring collegiate basketball player with 2,199 points. "People worshipped him as a player. He was known as No. 16," said former Evening Sun sports editor Bill Tanton. "They played in that little bandbox [of an arena]
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | May 27, 1995
The Very Rev. Anthony John Zeits S.J., retired treasurer of the Jesuit Province of Maryland and former president of Loyola High School, died Wednesday of renal failure at Fitzgerald-Mercy Hospital in Darby, Pa. He was 82.Father Zeits, who had been in poor health in recent years, had lived in the infirmary at Georgetown University before moving to Loyola Center of the Jesuit Community at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia several months ago.He was...
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | January 7, 2010
Mary G. Creaghan, a Loyola High School librarian who during her nearly four-decade career helped generations of students appreciate the world of books and letters, died in her sleep Saturday at St. Elizabeth Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Southwest Baltimore. She was 98. Mary Gabriel Creaghan, the daughter of a contractor and a homemaker, was born in Marriottsville and raised in Pikesville. She was a 1929 graduate of St. Joseph Academy in Emmitsburg and earned her bachelor's degree in English in 1933 from St. Joseph College, also in Emmitsburg.
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March 28, 1995
In Sunday's editions, last year's C. Markland Kelly Award winner for lacrosse was reported incorrectly. The winner was Karl Zeller of Loyola High School.The Sun regrets the errors.
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June 14, 2003
The Rev. Edward Joseph Tinney, who taught at Loyola High School and later was a pastor and hospital chaplain, died in his sleep Tuesday at Loyola Center Jesuit Infirmary at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia. He was 90. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he was a 1931 graduate of St. Joseph's Preparatory School. He entered the Society of Jesus that year at St. Isaac Jogues Novitiate in Wernersville, Pa. Father Tinney earned a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1937 from St. Louis University and completed additional theological studies at Woodstock College in Maryland.
SPORTS
November 1, 1990
Virginia tight end Bruce McGonnigal has been released from a Charlottesville, Va., hospital and will be permitted to attend Saturday's showdown between the top-ranked Cavaliers and Georgia Tech, a school spokesman said.McGonnigal, a Loyola High School graduate and 1985 Evening Sun Defensive Player of the Year, was injured two weeks ago, when he fell 6 1/2 feet down a walk-in leading to a basement while trying to retrieve a deaf dog during a severe thunderstorm. He suffered a bruised kidney and injuries to his spleen.
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By Marc Bouchard and Marc Bouchard,Staff Writer | September 10, 1992
The Major Indoor Lacrosse League announced yesterday that Paul and Gary Gait will not be playing for the Baltimore Thunder this coming season.The Canadian superstars, who had played the past two seasons with the Detroit Turbos, live and work in Baltimore but will play for the Philadelphia Wings in 1993."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 2, 2013
Bernard J. "Bernie" Weigman Jr., who had taught at what is now Loyola University Maryland for more than 40 years and also chaired its physics and engineering department, died Saturday of prostate cancer at his Reisterstown home. He was 81. The son of Bernard J. Weigman Sr., treasurer of the old Gunther Brewing Co., and Helen Lee Weger Weigman, a homemaker, Bernard Joseph Weigman Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised in Overlea. After graduating in 1950 from Loyola High School, Dr. Weigman earned his bachelor's degree in 1954 from what was then Loyola College and a doctorate in physics in 1958 from the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. Dr. Weigman returned to Baltimore in 1958, when he joined the faculty of Loyola College.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | October 30, 2013
Louis E. Schmidt, a retired state assistant attorney general who was an acting secretary of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, died of congestive heart failure Oct. 29 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 87 and lived in Sparks. Born in Baltimore and raised in Pimlico, he was the son of George Schmidt, an architect, and Mary Hemmeter, a homemaker. His father died when he was 1 year old. After the 1929 market crash, his mother lost her home and savings, and he was sent to live with relatives.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Tribune newspapers | October 2, 2013
Tom Clancy, the Baltimore-born author whose novels "The Hunt for Red October" and "Patriot Games" subsequently inspired blockbuster movies and action-packed video games, died Tuesday after a brief illness at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. He was 66. His lawyer, Thompson "Topper" Webb, of the Baltimore law firm of Miles & Stockbridge, confirmed his death. "When he published 'The Hunt for Red October' he redefined and expanded the genre and as a consequence of that, a lot of people were able to publish such books who had previously been unable to do so," said Stephen C. Hunter, an author and former Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic for The Washington Post.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
Joseph G. "Bodie" Finnerty Jr., a highly regarded trial lawyer who headed DLA Piper's litigation department and oversaw expansion of the firm to Philadelphia and New York City, died Thursday of Alzheimer's disease at Copper Ridge assisted-living facility in Sykesville. The former longtime Guilford resident was 76. "Joe was an outstanding lawyer and was the firm's heavy lifter and go-to guy. It is no wonder that he became its top litigator," said J. Joseph Curran Jr., former Maryland attorney general.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2013
When my son James was a student at Loyola High School in the 1990s, I was active in the school's Fathers' Club, which was a collection of guys from all walks of life who enjoyed a good time and shared a connection at the Towson school. One of the club's officers had the bright idea of starting a Sports Night, and within a nanosecond, it became my responsibility to furnish speakers for these evenings. "You know plenty of people. Should be a snap," bellowed the always-genial Mike Kaiser, Fathers' Club president, who never took no for an answer.
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June 19, 2013
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February 6, 1991
David A. Kennedy Jr., retired registrar and teacher for 40 years at Loyola High School, died Monday of heart failure at St. Joseph Hospital. He was 84.A mass of Christian burial for Mr. Kennedy will be offered at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, 65 Sacred Heart Lane, Glyndon.Mr. Kennedy, who lived on Leyton Road in Reisterstown, retired in 1977 and had been registrar since 1942. Although he was primarily a history teacher, he also taught French, Latin and science.The school's field house was named for him in 1967, and he received the school's Blake Medal and Loyola College's Maryland Medal.
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January 3, 1992
The Rev. John J. Blandin, S.J., who taught at Loyola High School and headed a Jesuit province in India, died Monday at a retirement home in Flourtown, Pa., of cancer and respiratory disease. He was 78.A mass of Christian burial for Father Blandin was being offered today at St. Alphonsus Rodriguez Roman Catholic Church, 10800 Old Court Road, Woodstock.From 1978 until last fall, he had been associate pastor of St. Patrick's Church in York, Pa., and in the six years before that, he held the same post at churches in Middletown, Pa., and Gettysburg, Pa.From 1968 until 1972, he worked at Jesuit mission bureaus, first in Philadelphia, then in Washington.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
Dennis W. Kreiner, a former Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Co. senior vice president, died of complications from diabetes Monday at his home in Phoenix, Baltimore County. He was 66. Born in Baltimore, he spent his early childhood in the Latrobe Homes in East Baltimore. He later lived with an uncle, William Kohler, a chief district courts commissioner, and an aunt, Margaret Kohler, a hairdresser, who lived on Cedarcroft Road in the Idlewood neighborhood of Baltimore. Mr. Kreiner attended St. Matthew School in Northwood and was a 1964 Loyola High School graduate.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2012
Paul Joseph Feeley Sr., a former Baltimore County public defender and a Towson attorney died June 15 at St. Joseph Medical Center after suffering a fall at his Timonium home. He was 86. Born in Baltimore and raised on West Fayette Street and on Guilford Avenue, he was a 1942 Loyola High School graduate. He attended what is now Loyola University Maryland for two years and then joined the Army Air Forces during World War II. He spent most of his time in the service in Walla Walla, Wash., training as a bombardier, family members said.
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