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April 7, 2008
On March 31, 2008: LAMAR "MARTY" SKINNER. On Tuesday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (East), 4905 York Road where the family will receive friends from 3:00-8:00 P.M. On Wednesday, services will be held at Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Chapel (Randallstown), 8728 Liberty Road, where the family will receive friends 10:30-11:00 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to (410) 433-7500
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2014
Marty Costes battered Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference pitching last season, his first after being home schooled. The junior's performance in the tough MIAA was apparently enough to convince Maryland coach John Szefc that the Archbishop Curley infielder should be a Terp. Costes, now a senior, orally committed to play baseball at Maryland on Friday, the day he was offered a full scholarship. "I like the philosophy of the coaching staff," Costes said on Sunday.
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SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | April 4, 1995
Marty Kusick, Northeast's three-time state champ at 103 pounds, routed Oklahoma's Bubba McCullough, 11-2, to become the state's third National High School champion Sunday night at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.Kusick, whose high school career record is 135-2, was among eight Maryland wrestlers -- six from the area -- to place among the top eight and earn All-America honors in the sixth annual National High School championships.The others from the area were Danny DeVivo of Mount St. Joseph, runner-up at 160, and Marty's twin brother Mike, who finished fourth at 112.Placing sixth were Francis Scott Key's Randy Owings (130)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
Alexander M. "Marty" Todd Jr., a retired Eastern Shore vegetable farmer who was an 11th-generation member of the family that settled a farm that is now Todd's Inheritance Historic Site in North Point, died Sunday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 92. "He'd call me when I was in the Baltimore County Office of Planning and would regale me with stories. He was one of the last private owners of the Todd Mansion on North Point Road," said John W. McGrain Jr., a Towson writer and former secretary of the Baltimore County Landmarks Preservation Commission.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | January 24, 1994
His real name was Martin E. Flynn but everybody in the old Southwest Baltimore neighborhood called him Marty, maybe Mister Marty if they were under 12.This elfin Irishman was the lyrical bard of the neighborhood, a man who so loved some of the most gritty streets in this city. He died Thursday at age 77.Marty could be one great scrapper, who fought many a loosing battle for a cause he championed. He had many saints and some foes too. Among his favorite targets were pretentious and stingy people.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sandy Alexander and By Sandy Alexander,Sun Staff | November 18, 2001
Amy Kapper and Marty Passen say they went on a National Jewish Singles ski trip in January 2000 for the skiing, not the singles. But a chance meeting at dinner the first night quickly led to romance. "The reason I went was because they were going to Jackson Hole," says Marty who knew people from Baltimore who were planning to go to the Wyoming resort. Amy and a friend were also looking for a fun vacation. After Amy turned down an invitation to go to Paris with her family and both women changed their minds about a trip to Austria, the idea of skiing in Wyoming appealed to them.
NEWS
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Reporter | July 8, 2007
When Martha Cooper first spied the green and white of the empty sidewalk chairs, matching the trim on the Fulton Avenue rowhouse, the photographer had one reaction: She vowed to come back and meet the person responsible. On a block in Southwest Baltimore lined with empty homes, she knew, a splash of paint is a promising sign of street life. If you go Welcome to Sowebo runs Thursday through Aug. 18 at the Maryland State Arts Council, 175 W. Ostend St., Suite E. 410-767-6555 or msac.org.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,sun reporter | January 25, 2007
Beatrice Houghton "Beatie" Marty, a conservationist who worked to save Assateague Island from development and was a cousin of actress Katharine Hepburn, died of heart failure Monday at her Belfast Road farm in northern Baltimore County. She was 88. Beatrice Houghton Hooker was born and raised in Baltimore. She was a descendant of Thomas Hooker, who founded Hartford, Conn., in 1636, and the daughter of Dr. Donald Russell Hooker, a Johns Hopkins physiologist whose pioneering research led to the development of the defibrillator.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Matt Marshall and Matt Marshall,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | July 2, 2001
Repo man Marty Pichinson swaggers down the deserted hallway of Zoho.com in Sunnyvale, Calif. Zoho, a Web site that serves hotels, is barely alive. And Pichinson has arrived to grab and sell its assets on behalf of creditors. Coffee cup in hand, he marches from room to room with three haggard Zoho employees in tow, inspecting the debris - computers, golf clubs, electric dart boards - left after 240 layoffs. "I'm the cleanup man in `Pulp Fiction,'" says Pichinson, referring to a movie character who mops up after a bloody shooting.
TOPIC
By Mike Adams | November 14, 1999
I'LL ADMIT IT, I fell victim to the hype. On the day "The Early Show," made its debut I got up earlier than usual and walked the dog. Then I rushed home and planted myself in front of the TV.When the clock struck 7, I expected to see Bryant Gumbel go head-to-head against "Good Morning America" and his former colleagues, Matt Lauer and Katie Couric on the "Today" show. At first, I wasn't too concerned when Don Scott and Marty Bass hung around past 7; I thought they'd eventually fade away. They didn't.
NEWS
February 3, 2014
Madison Grace Mathews, 7 pounds, 12 ounces was born to Corey and Megan Mathews on Oct. 23 at the Western Maryland Health System in Cumberland. Grandparents are Marty and Cindy Kerr of White Hall; Bill and Michele Mayer of Mount Savage; and Dave and Brenda Mathews of Lavale. Great-grandparents are Ed Bartholme of White Hall and Frank and Doris Taccino of Frostburg.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | September 13, 2012
PHILADELPHIA // After Michael Vick tossed four interceptions, was sacked twice, and finished with a 50.9 rating in the Philadelphia Eagles' 17-16 win against the Cleveland Browns, the quarterback has been poked and prodded by media and fans alike. One line of questioning has involved Vick's state of mind as the Eagles prepare for their home opener against the Ravens this Sunday. But offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg simply pointed to Vick's ability to engineer the game-winning, touchdown drive against the Browns as Exhibit No. 1 in his faith in Vick's confidence level.
NEWS
By Steve Jones | July 3, 2012
Marty Windisch didn't break any records at Manchester Valley High School. When he enrolled in August 2009, there simply weren't any records to break. After one year at North Carroll High School, Windisch stepped into a new school and a fledgling athletic program. Three years later, he left Manchester Valley as the top male student-athlete in the school's brief history. He now holds a few records, too. But Windisch's impact on goes beyond athletics. While playing football, basketball and baseball at a high level, he excelled academically and helped his school and community in many ways.
NEWS
By Kate Smith, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2010
Martin "Marty" Fischer, an avid golfer and well-known local drummer, died Sunday of complications from throat cancer at Gilchrest Hospice in Towson. The Dundalk resident was 66. Mr. Fischer, the son of a Bethlehem Steel employee and a homemaker, was born in 1944 in Dundalk. After graduating from Dundalk High School in 1962, he began work at the old Maryland Shipbuilding and Drydock in South Baltimore. Mr. Fischer also worked at the Johns Hopkins University's oceanographic ship before taking a job as a machinist with the city wastewater treatment plant.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | January 22, 2010
Jets coach Rex Ryan sent a game ball to former coach Marty Schottenheimer after last weekend's playoff upset of the San Diego Chargers, the team that fired the father of New York's offensive coordinator following a 14-2 regular season. Brian Schottenheimer said he was touched when he learned of his boss' gesture Tuesday - and joked that it didn't even occur to him to do it. Marty Schottenheimer was fired in February 2007 after the Chargers lost their first playoff game despite having the NFL's best record that season.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2009
Salary: : $10,000 per season Age: : 73 Years on the job: : 3 How he got started: : Fifty years ago, a friend asked Marty Kurland to fill in as a clown to entertain at an event. Kurland did, and he loved it. For the next 30 years, he performed as a part-time clown and later as a magician at birthday parties, events and school happenings. He also worked at the Social Security Administration full time as an administrative assistant, trainer and policy writer. Here he formed a clown club where he and fellow employees would perform at Social Security events and later at other government events like the annual White House Easter Egg Roll and the Christmas party for children of diplomats.
BUSINESS
By Karol V. Menzie and Karol V. Menzie,SUN STAFF | January 11, 1998
The two buildings on the property weren't connected. The yard was full of construction debris. The attic was full of farm implements. The last rehab was done in 1940.If they didn't have the pictures to prove it, no one would believe the gracious home Lone and Marty Azola have created from a dilapidated, uninhabitable former dairy barn.The alteration captured a Grand Award -- one of two in the contest -- in the adaptive reuse category of the Renaissance '97 contest, sponsored by Remodeling magazine and the National Association of Home Builders Remodelors Council.
SPORTS
October 1, 2001
Baseball Brewers: Activated IF Ron Belliard from 15-day DL. Hockey Blackhawks: Acquired rights to F Shawn Thornton from Maple Leafs for D Marty Wilford.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sloane Brown | May 17, 2009
The 23rd Annual Benefit Gala may have been celebrating Center Stage and its programs. But for many of the guests at the theater's annual shindig, this night was all about outgoing board president Lynn Deering, who was stepping down after six years on the job. "She is so hard working. I mean, she has devoted herself to the Center Stage board. [She put in] thousands of hours - fundraising, legislative work; things that she's never done before. She put her whole heart and soul into doing this," said Lainy LeBow-Sachs, executive vice president for external relations for the Kennedy Krieger Institute.
SPORTS
By From Sun news services | March 29, 2009
Shairon Martis and Jordan Zimmermann won the last two spots in the Washington Nationals' starting rotation. Martis will start the year on the major league roster, but Zimmermann will begin in the minor leagues before his first start, against the Florida Marlins on April 19. The Nationals also put outfielder Wily Mo Pena on waivers Saturday and reassigned infielder Jose Castillo and outfielder Corey Patterson, a former Oriole, to minor league camp....
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