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By Jacques Kelly | November 13, 2008
Joyce Helen McCallister, a former teacher who volunteered at a residence for battered women and their children, died of ovarian cancer Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Perry Hall resident was 66. Born Joyce Helen Goyert in Baltimore and raised on East Monument Street, she was a 1959 Parkville High School graduate. She earned undergraduate and master's degrees from what is now Towson University. Mrs. McCallister taught at the old Loch Raven Elementary School in Baynesville for more than six years.
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By Jacques Kelly | November 13, 2008
Joyce Helen McCallister, a former teacher who volunteered at a residence for battered women and their children, died of ovarian cancer Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Perry Hall resident was 66. Born Joyce Helen Goyert in Baltimore and raised on East Monument Street, she was a 1959 Parkville High School graduate. She earned undergraduate and master's degrees from what is now Towson University. Mrs. McCallister taught at the old Loch Raven Elementary School in Baynesville for more than six years.
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SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 14, 1994
This is one Roland Park tradition Brent McCallister would rather not uphold.Her right knee encased in a massive brace, McCallister stands on the sideline on crutches recovering from that season-killer of a knee injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament.McCallister is Roland Park's third All-Metro lacrosse player in seven years to lose her senior season to a torn ACL. After surgery to practically reconstruct the knee, she needs four to six months of rehabilitation before she can play again.
NEWS
April 13, 2006
Suddenly on April 11, 2006 WILLIAM M.; beloved husband of Marguerite V. "Marge" Mc Callister (nee Evans); devoted father of Joseph Michael Mc Callister; stepfather of Christian Williams and his wife Jennifer, Tracy Lynn Williams, Tina K. Williams and Jennifer Ann Wells; devoted brother of Elizabeth, Shelby, Donald and the late John and Martin. He is also survived by seven grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck, Inc Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale)
SPORTS
October 5, 1991
SAN ANTONIO -- Even with personal matters on his mind, Blaine McCallister concentrated on the Texas Open yesterday and shot a 64 to grab a 4-stroke lead after two rounds with a 10-under-par 130.Four strokes back at 134 were Wayne Grady, Bob Gilder, John Cook, Brian Claar and Bill Britton.McCallister's fiancee, Claudia, has a rare illness that is causing bleeding in the blood vessels of her eyes. On Thursday, she was hospitalized in Jacksonville, Fla., because of the illness."She's a tough woman, and she means a lot to me and she makes golf look secondary," he said.
SPORTS
September 20, 1991
McCallister leads rain-delayed BCENDICOTT, N.Y. -- Blaine McCallister, unfazed by a chilling drizzle, shot a 7-under 64 for a one-stroke lead in the rain-delayed first round of the BC Open yesterday.McCallister made seven birdies at the par-71 En-Joie Golf Club, but endured a 3 1/2 -hour delay that prevented nearly half the field from completing the round.The 75 players will finish today before the second round of the 72-hole tournament.LPGA Safeco ClassicSEATTLE -- Brandie Burton, the youngest player on the LPGA Tour, shot a 7-under 65, the lowest round of her career, to take a three-shot lead after one round.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | August 14, 1994
TULSA, Okla. -- He is, according to the rankings, the world's best golfer. And Greg Norman is also one of the game's most opinionated players.Yesterday's topic was the amount of water being put on the sun-baked greens at Southern Hills Country Club for the 76th PGA Championship.And, just as he does on the tee, Norman let 'er rip."I think it's the wrong type of grass and the wrong climate," Norman said after climbing into the hunt with a 3-under-par 67, putting him five shots behind third-round leader Nick Price.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing writer | November 15, 1992
Last year, the Roland Park field hockey team had to share the Association of Independent Schools A Division Tournament title with Friends School after the teams battled to a scoreless tie.But in yesterday's championship game at St. Paul's School, Roland Park's Brent McCallister made sure Field hockeythe Reds (10-1-2) would not have to share the AIS A Division title with the Quakers (9-4-3) again.McCallister scored twice in the first half off of long-range shots to lead Roland Park to a 2-0 win over Friends.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 16, 1998
For those viewers still missing Father Ray and the controversial "Nothing Sacred" from last season, has NBC got something for you: Tate Donovan as a parish priest who went to Yale Divinity and plays fiddle in an Irish rock band on the weekends. Rock on, Father Kevin, me Roman Catholic dream boy, and could you include a bit o' Van Morrison in the next set please?And Father Kevin's only part of the package at the heart of "Trinity," a new weekly drama on NBC designed in part to provide a stronger lead-in to "Homicide: Life on the Street."
BUSINESS
By Adriane B. Miller and Adriane B. Miller,Special to The Sun | September 10, 1990
From the time Joe Dorsey opened the Divers Den in 1958, the small Parkville dive shop had almost always published a newsletter -- a kind of greeting that customers came to expect to see every few months.But just a few years ago, the newsletter was reduced to a list of items on sale. There were no hints about local diving sites, no tips on cooking fresh-caught fish.Customers were not impressed. Declining sales were the evidence.As a result, Divers Den recently returned to its original concept -- but in a much different form.
ENTERTAINMENT
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | August 22, 2004
There is life beyond reality TV this fall, as evidenced by a handful of fine freshman dramas -- each of which features a single parent. Is it coincidence or the result of something happening in the culture -- particularly given the way that speaker after speaker at the Democratic National Convention last month invoked the image of single parents? Writers and producers of the new fall dramas say it's a little of both. WB's Jack & Bobby, (which makes its debut Sept. 12 at 9 p.m.), tells the story of two teen brothers, one of whom will become president of the United States.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | October 16, 1998
For those viewers still missing Father Ray and the controversial "Nothing Sacred" from last season, has NBC got something for you: Tate Donovan as a parish priest who went to Yale Divinity and plays fiddle in an Irish rock band on the weekends. Rock on, Father Kevin, me Roman Catholic dream boy, and could you include a bit o' Van Morrison in the next set please?And Father Kevin's only part of the package at the heart of "Trinity," a new weekly drama on NBC designed in part to provide a stronger lead-in to "Homicide: Life on the Street."
NEWS
July 10, 1997
Joe Featherstone, 76, city sanitation workerJoe Featherstone, a retired Baltimore sanitation worker, died of complications of a stroke Mondayat the University of Maryland Hospital Center. The Northeast Baltimore resident was 76.The native of Alton, Va., moved to Baltimore's Waverly community in the early 1950s and became a driver for the city's sanitation department. He retired in 1985.Mr. Featherstone enjoyed fishing on the Chesapeake Bay and hunting in Virginia.Services are planned for 11 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Christian Community Church, 1208 E. Lanvale St.Survivors include his wife, the former Fay Bell Jennings, whom he married in 1941; two sons, Joe Featherstone Jr. and Melvin Featherstone; and two daughters, Shirley Jackson and Delores Robinson, all of Baltimore; a brother, Melvin Featherstone; and two sisters, Frances Yancey and Lelia Walton, all of Alton; 21 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Writer | August 14, 1994
TULSA, Okla. -- He is, according to the rankings, the world's best golfer. And Greg Norman is also one of the game's most opinionated players.Yesterday's topic was the amount of water being put on the sun-baked greens at Southern Hills Country Club for the 76th PGA Championship.And, just as he does on the tee, Norman let 'er rip."I think it's the wrong type of grass and the wrong climate," Norman said after climbing into the hunt with a 3-under-par 67, putting him five shots behind third-round leader Nick Price.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Sun Staff Writer | April 14, 1994
This is one Roland Park tradition Brent McCallister would rather not uphold.Her right knee encased in a massive brace, McCallister stands on the sideline on crutches recovering from that season-killer of a knee injury, a torn anterior cruciate ligament.McCallister is Roland Park's third All-Metro lacrosse player in seven years to lose her senior season to a torn ACL. After surgery to practically reconstruct the knee, she needs four to six months of rehabilitation before she can play again.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | May 9, 1993
Color this three-peat red.From the coach's red high tops to the leading scorer's red bandanna, No. 2 Roland Park brought all its lucky charms to beat No. 7 Mount de Sales, 10-6, and become only the second team to win three straight Association of Independent Schools A Division Tournament lacrosse titles.Until yesterday's final at Garrison AIS A lacrosse finalForest, only Maryvale, from 1986-88, had won three straight. No team has won four.Despite the charms, the Reds (13-1-1) really owe their third title to some high-powered offense late in the first half and good position defense through most of the game.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | May 9, 1993
Color this three-peat red.From the coach's red high tops to the leading scorer's red bandanna, No. 2 Roland Park brought all its lucky charms to beat No. 7 Mount de Sales, 10-6, and become only the second team to win three straight Association of Independent Schools A Division Tournament lacrosse titles.Until yesterday's final at Garrison AIS A lacrosse finalForest, only Maryvale, from 1986-88, had won three straight. No team has won four.Despite the charms, the Reds (13-1-1) really owe their third title to some high-powered offense late in the first half and good position defense through most of the game.
NEWS
July 10, 1997
Joe Featherstone, 76, city sanitation workerJoe Featherstone, a retired Baltimore sanitation worker, died of complications of a stroke Mondayat the University of Maryland Hospital Center. The Northeast Baltimore resident was 76.The native of Alton, Va., moved to Baltimore's Waverly community in the early 1950s and became a driver for the city's sanitation department. He retired in 1985.Mr. Featherstone enjoyed fishing on the Chesapeake Bay and hunting in Virginia.Services are planned for 11 a.m. Saturday at St. John's Christian Community Church, 1208 E. Lanvale St.Survivors include his wife, the former Fay Bell Jennings, whom he married in 1941; two sons, Joe Featherstone Jr. and Melvin Featherstone; and two daughters, Shirley Jackson and Delores Robinson, all of Baltimore; a brother, Melvin Featherstone; and two sisters, Frances Yancey and Lelia Walton, all of Alton; 21 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.
SPORTS
By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing writer | November 15, 1992
Last year, the Roland Park field hockey team had to share the Association of Independent Schools A Division Tournament title with Friends School after the teams battled to a scoreless tie.But in yesterday's championship game at St. Paul's School, Roland Park's Brent McCallister made sure Field hockeythe Reds (10-1-2) would not have to share the AIS A Division title with the Quakers (9-4-3) again.McCallister scored twice in the first half off of long-range shots to lead Roland Park to a 2-0 win over Friends.
SPORTS
October 5, 1991
SAN ANTONIO -- Even with personal matters on his mind, Blaine McCallister concentrated on the Texas Open yesterday and shot a 64 to grab a 4-stroke lead after two rounds with a 10-under-par 130.Four strokes back at 134 were Wayne Grady, Bob Gilder, John Cook, Brian Claar and Bill Britton.McCallister's fiancee, Claudia, has a rare illness that is causing bleeding in the blood vessels of her eyes. On Thursday, she was hospitalized in Jacksonville, Fla., because of the illness."She's a tough woman, and she means a lot to me and she makes golf look secondary," he said.
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