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January 6, 2004
On January 4, 2004, EILEEN A. McAFEE; beloved wife of the late James R. McAfee; loving mother of James W. McAfee and his wife Dorothy; loving grandmother of James McAfee, Dawn Muir and Katie Hilker, Lillian McAfee, Kristin Wolfe and six great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held Wednesday, 9 to 10 A.M., with Funeral Service following at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, 901 Courtney Road, Arbutus, MD 21227. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park. Arrangements by HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | June 4, 2009
Bedard shines Seattle fans are still angry about how much the Mariners gave up to acquire Erik Bedard before the 2008 season, but they gave him a standing ovation as he left the game in the seventh. The left-hander dominated his old team, allowing four hits, three walks and striking out seven. Where's the O, O's? Bedard became the latest opposing starter to shut down a slumping Orioles offense. In the first two games of the series, the Orioles have scored three runs, are 1-for-13 with runners in scoring position and have stranded 13. Entering Wednesday's finale, the offense has scored three runs in the past 30 innings.
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SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2003
Rochard McAfee sat home again last night as his Meade High boys basketball teammates played and lost at Arundel. He and his family have been waiting to hear from the county since his appeal to be reinstated was heard on Monday. After McAfee exceeded the county limit for unexcused class absences, Meade declared the 6-foot swingman ineligible for the rest of the season. "Mrs. [Marlene] Kelly [county administrator] told me she has to talk to one more person before she can give us the decision," said the athlete's father, Nathan McAfee, yesterday.
SPORTS
By RICK MAESE and RICK MAESE,rick.maese@baltsun.com | April 11, 2009
The next day, it still didn't make sense. They thought they would wake up to something different. They thought if they kept talking about it, if they kept reading news articles on their computers, it would help them understand. "It just doesn't seem like it's possible," Dave Warrenfeltz says. "I mean, just the other night, we were watching him live out the dream. He'd worked so hard for it. And now this. You wake up thinking it didn't happen and it's not real. It all seems so impossible."
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
The Anne Arundel County Board of Education has turned down the appeal of Meade boys basketball senior standout Rochard McAfee to be reinstated. McAfee was declared ineligible by Meade High School on Jan. 14 for eight unexcused absences. Standard county rules would have suspended McAfee on the days he missed his final class and still played in a game on those days, but Meade has its own rules and told him he couldn't play the rest of the season. Nathan McAfee, Rochard's father, who appealed the school's penalty, said he learned Wednesday from Marlene Kelly, the county athletics coordinator, that the board upheld the school's decision.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley | January 31, 2003
Rochard McAfee, senior basketball standout at Meade High School, hopes to get some good news Monday. McAfee, who has been dismissed from the team for the rest of the season because of school rules that are over and above county rules for unexcused absences, appealed to the Anne Arundel County Board of Education. "They're meeting Monday and will tell me then if I'm back on the team," said McAfee. "I really miss playing on the team, and the guys on the team want me to come back. Hopefully, I'll hear something good on Monday."
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 25, 2003
Rochard McAfee, a 6-foot senior swingman who was averaging 14.9 points a game for the Meade boys basketball team, has been declared ineligible for the rest of the season, and the team has forfeited two wins. The school dealt McAfee the penalty, over and above Anne Arundel County rules, for at least eight unexcused absences from his sixth and final class of the day. County attendance rules in the athletic handbook state that an athlete cutting class or guilty of truancy "shall be ruled ineligible at least for the contest immediately following the verification of the truancy."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 1, 2002
Rochard McAfee took what the referees gave him. The junior forward, awarded two free throws with one second left, cashed in on his opportunity by making both attempts and breaking a tie game to help No. 10 Meade oust visiting Frederick, 52-50, from a Class 4A East region semifinal in Fort Meade last night. The Mustangs, who last won a regional championship in 1999 and 2000, earned a meeting with top-seeded Thomas Johnson, a Frederick County program that has captured seven state titles and is ranked 22nd by USA Today.
BUSINESS
By BOSTON GLOBE | August 23, 1997
If you think computer viruses are nasty, get a load of the companies that sell antivirus software. Two of the biggest are trading bitter words and legal papers in one of the industry's ugliest disputes.Yesterday, McAfee Associates Inc. filed a $1 billion libel suit against rival Symantec Corp., after Symantec claimed that McAfee, based in Santa Clara, Calif., had stolen software from Symantec. The argument centers on McAfee VirusScan, a program that's supposed to detect computer virus infections.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | March 29, 1996
An employee of the city elections board who has been charged with illegally voting in Baltimore while living in the suburbs has resigned from his job.Sam McAfee, who oversaw the West Baltimore warehouse where thousands of voting machines are stored, left his job about four weeks ago, said Marvin Cheatham, election board president.Mr. McAfee, who worked for the elections board for 11 years, did not return a reporter's calls.Mr. Cheatham said Mr. McAfee was not "encouraged or forced to resign" and praised his work.
SPORTS
By PETER SCHMUCK | September 12, 2008
The perils of blogging Denver Broncos legend John Elway has joined the growing fraternity of sports bloggers, but he's off to a Rocky Mountain start. He has become a partner in a fantasy sports community Web site called OpenSports.com and - as part of the deal - he has also become a regular blogger. So, what did he do the first week of the NFL season? He picked the Oakland Raiders to defeat his old team on Monday Night Football. The Broncos, of course, blew the Raiders out of McAfee Coliseum, 41-14, in a game that - believe it or not - wasn't that close.
SPORTS
By BILL ORDINE | May 7, 2008
Baseball Orioles@Athletics 3:30 p.m., [MASN] An early starting time for the getaway game at Oakland's McAfee Coliseum. Orioles starter Jeremy Guthrie broke through for his first win of the season in his last start, against the Los Angeles Angels. The A's are scheduled to start Joe Blanton, who is 2-5 but has gone at least seven innings in his past five outings and has a decent ERA (3.88).
NEWS
By Chris Emery and Mike Klingaman and Chris Emery and Mike Klingaman,Maryland Guard in Iraq | September 12, 2007
When Buffalo Bills tight end Kevin Everett damaged his spinal cord during a football game Sunday afternoon, his only hope was the state-of-the-art medical treatment he received within a remarkably short time. Despite grim initial assessments of his chances for recovery, there were signs yesterday that aggressive treatment might have worked. The surgeon who operated on Everett said that his patient had voluntarily moved his arms and legs and that he was optimistic that Everett will walk again.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun Reporter | July 21, 2007
OAKLAND, Calif. -- As his scoreless-innings streak extended through the middle innings last night at McAfee Coliseum, Erik Bedard was creating even better theater. He hadn't allowed a hit through 5 2/3 innings. But both stretches of dominance were halted on one swing by Oakland Athletics second baseman Mark Ellis, whose home run ended Bedard's no-hit bid and his scoreless streak at 21 innings. Orioles@Athletics Tonight, 9:05, MASN, 105.7 FM Starters: Steve Trachsel (5-6, 4.95) vs. Dan Haren (10-3, 2.33)
NEWS
May 25, 2007
On May 23, 2007, CHARLES EDWARD BAKER; beloved husband of Evelyn Baker; devoted father of Melanie (Robert) Faringer, Chip Baker and Nancy (Vince) Pugliese; loving grandfather of Michael Faringer, Ashley and Andrew Baker and Amanda, Andrea and Alyssa Pugliese; dear brother of Charlotte McAfee. A memorial service will be held Saturday 1 P.M. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the church, 3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042.
NEWS
April 29, 2007
Unity in Community, a family-oriented gathering in Aberdeen, returns to the city's Festival Park on Saturday. The semiannual event, which began in 2005, will take place on Park Street across from City Hall. Sponsored by area churches and community groups, the festival includes children's activities, praise dance and gospel songs. "The idea is to bring the community and many churches together for fellowship," said Steve McAfee, festival founder and organizer. "I used to ride by this park and never see any activities.
BUSINESS
By San Jose Mercury News | October 12, 2006
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- McAfee's chairman and chief executive as well as its president will step down after revelations of stock-option backdating, the security software company said yesterday. Chairman and CEO George Samenuk will retire, while President Kevin Weiss was fired by the board. "The board has had to make some very difficult decisions, in the last 24 hours, but we believe they were in the best interests of the McAfee shareholders," said McAfee board member Dale L. Fuller in a conference call with financial analysts yesterday.
NEWS
April 29, 2007
Unity in Community, a family-oriented gathering in Aberdeen, returns to the city's Festival Park on Saturday. The semiannual event, which began in 2005, will take place on Park Street across from City Hall. Sponsored by area churches and community groups, the festival includes children's activities, praise dance and gospel songs. "The idea is to bring the community and many churches together for fellowship," said Steve McAfee, festival founder and organizer. "I used to ride by this park and never see any activities.
BUSINESS
By Jim Coates and Jim Coates,Chicago Tribune | January 11, 2007
Please tell me how to put my Internet Favorites list in alphabetical order. I did it once, and now I cannot remember. - Claire Lichtenstein, yahoo.com This sounds simple as falling off a rock, until you try to write about it in a newspaper. The reason is that the rules can be slightly different in a couple of different flavors of Windows and browsers. So trace my steps carefully. You need to find the list of Favorites that gets displayed by clicking the mouse on the word Favorites in the menu bar beginning with File, Edit, View, etc. A great many folks prefer to use the big, yellow Favorites icon that is shaped like a star in the display below the menu bar. These Favorites drop down in a column on the side of the screen.
BUSINESS
By San Jose Mercury News | October 12, 2006
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- McAfee's chairman and chief executive as well as its president will step down after revelations of stock-option backdating, the security software company said yesterday. Chairman and CEO George Samenuk will retire, while President Kevin Weiss was fired by the board. "The board has had to make some very difficult decisions, in the last 24 hours, but we believe they were in the best interests of the McAfee shareholders," said McAfee board member Dale L. Fuller in a conference call with financial analysts yesterday.
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