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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | January 30, 2009
Duncan McCulloch III, a retired medical researcher and history buff, died of lung cancer Jan. 20 at his home in Hanover, Pa. The former longtime Glencoe resident was 82. Born in Baltimore, Mr. McCulloch was the great-grandson of Anna Austen McCulloch, who founded Oldfields School in Glencoe in 1867. His father, Duncan McCulloch Jr., had been the school's headmaster. Mr. McCulloch attended St. Paul's School and graduated in 1944 from St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Del. After leaving St. Andrew's, he enlisted in the Navy and served in the Pacific aboard a destroyer with the 7th Fleet.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | January 30, 2009
Duncan McCulloch III, a retired medical researcher and history buff, died of lung cancer Jan. 20 at his home in Hanover, Pa. The former longtime Glencoe resident was 82. Born in Baltimore, Mr. McCulloch was the great-grandson of Anna Austen McCulloch, who founded Oldfields School in Glencoe in 1867. His father, Duncan McCulloch Jr., had been the school's headmaster. Mr. McCulloch attended St. Paul's School and graduated in 1944 from St. Andrew's School in Middletown, Del. After leaving St. Andrew's, he enlisted in the Navy and served in the Pacific aboard a destroyer with the 7th Fleet.
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SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff Writer | April 11, 1993
If Amanda McCulloch had chosen her own nickname, she TC wouldn't have picked "Chainsaw." But if the nickname fits . . .And McCulloch has worn it through four years as a three-sport standout at C. Milton Wright.A strong defensive player in lacrosse and soccer, McCulloch can cut off just about anyone going to goal. But one incident during a junior varsity soccer game inspired assistant coach Peter Griffiths to dub her Chainsaw, after the McCulloch power tool."She and another girl collided and the other girl broke her leg," said Griffiths.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 7, 2005
Pricing a home has always been a delicate balancing act, but the current hot real estate market - driven by high demand, low inventories and historically low interest rates - can make setting sticker price even trickier. Price it too low and a house is gobbled up before the sellers have a chance to second-guess whether they asked too little. Price it too high and it can sit on the market, leaving buyers wondering what's the matter with it. Price it just right, and the expectation is that buyers will line up and compete for the house.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | April 20, 1999
Champe C. McCulloch, president of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce for more than five years, will step down next month to become chief executive of an Annapolis lobbying firm run by his wife.McCulloch, an attorney, joined the chamber as president in 1994 after a 24-year career with Bell Atlantic Corp., where he held various executive positions."We've concluded a successful legislative session, so the timing was good," McCulloch said yesterday. "I'm 53 years old, and I wanted to strike while the iron is hot."
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1999
As Salisbury State's Suzy McCulloch ran toward the finish line, her victory in a recent cross country race a foregone conclusion, an old acquaintance confirmed his astonishment.Dr. Charles Brown, UMBC's athletic director and youth sports coach to McCulloch's older sister, could only say, "I wish I'd known she was a runner."Until recently, she hadn't been.But McCulloch, in her second season at Salisbury, is much more than that. She's also a swimmer and a cyclist who aspires to represent the United States in the 2004 Olympics as a triathlete.
BUSINESS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1999
Champe C. McCulloch's imminent departure as president of the Maryland Chamber of Commerce comes as the state's leading business advocate agonizes over how to patch relations with Gov. Parris N. Glendening and still push for reforms in a state seen as less friendly to business than its neighbors.McCulloch, president of the chamber since 1994, announced Monday that he will step down next month to join his wife in running an Annapolis lobbying firm."I think the chamber needs to look for someone that can work with the administration and the legislature so we can continue to improve the business environment in the state," said Drew P. Cobbs, director of the Maryland Petroleum Council and a member of the chamber's legislative committee.
NEWS
April 28, 1999
IN SELECTING a replacement for its departing president, Champe C. McCulloch, the Maryland Chamber of Commerce has a opportunity to reorient its image. The state's most prominent business advocate can appoint a replacement who understands that looking after the state's business interests means more than promoting an anti-tax, anti-regulatory agenda.During his five-year tenure, Mr. McCulloch was better known for his harsh criticism of the state's business climate than for efforts to develop government programs that aid business.
BUSINESS
By Craig Timberg and Craig Timberg,SUN STAFF | July 9, 1998
Two top Republican legislators rejected endorsements from the Maryland Chamber of Commerce yesterday to protest the chamber's policy of backing only incumbents.Del. Robert H. Kittleman, the House GOP Leader, and Del. Robert L. Flanagan, the House GOP whip, said the chamber is worried mainly about buying "access" to legislators. Its incumbents-only policy undermines efforts to make the General Assembly more friendly to business, they said.By overlooking challengers -- particularly Republicans -- Kittleman and Flanagan said, the chamber is missing an opportunity to balance the financial backing that labor unions and trial lawyers traditionally give Democrats.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2001
On Monday, the state tourism industry will gather in Annapolis for one of its most significant meetings ever. Creating a tourism office that reports directly to the governor and nearly doubling the tourism budget over five years will be at the top of the agenda at the meeting, which is expected to have the attention of many lawmakers. House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. is the prime sponsor of the Tourism Legislative Summit, to be held at the Radisson Hotel. "The event is intended to highlight the focus that tourism should be getting in the big picture of Maryland's future," Taylor said.
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By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | April 17, 2005
THE HOWARD County Police Department is stepping up enforcement efforts as students embark on traditional end-of-school activities, including proms, Senior Week and graduation parties. Among them is an outreach campaign to motel and hotel owners, asking them to be "mindful that on some occasions, students will attempt to rent rooms for the purpose of underage drinking and other illegal activity," according to a letter written by Police Chief G. Wayne Livesay. The police chief also asks owners to report suspicious activity.
NEWS
April 27, 2004
On April 22, 2004, RICHARD SEARS of Sabillasville. Interment will be private for the family. A memorial mass will be held at 1pm Saturday, at the St. Anthony's Shrine Emmitsburg. Arrangements are by the Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Sykesville.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2001
On Monday, the state tourism industry will gather in Annapolis for one of its most significant meetings ever. Creating a tourism office that reports directly to the governor and nearly doubling the tourism budget over five years will be at the top of the agenda at the meeting, which is expected to have the attention of many lawmakers. House Speaker Casper R. Taylor Jr. is the prime sponsor of the Tourism Legislative Summit, to be held at the Radisson Hotel. "The event is intended to highlight the focus that tourism should be getting in the big picture of Maryland's future," Taylor said.
SPORTS
October 28, 2000
Baseball Angels: Signed P Kelvin Castillo, P Carlos Morban, P Abel Moreno, P Bilis Perez, P Jonathan Saladin, P Ramon Torrez, C Leopoldo Ramirez, C Cesar Velasquez, and SS Wilbur Soto. Orioles: Sent IF Carlos Casimiro outright to Triple-A Rochester. Activated P Brian Falkenborg from 60-day DL; sent him outright to Rochester. Basketball Mavericks: Waived G John Celestand. SuperSonics: Claimed G Emanual Davis off waivers. Wizards: Waived F-C Lorenzo Williams, ending four-year tenure with team in which he played just 41 games; he's recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery.
SPORTS
October 5, 2000
Baseball Angels: Activated P Jason Dickson, OF Mike Colangelo and OF Jeff DaVanon from 60-day DL and designated them for assignment. Padres: Sent IF Gabe Alvarez, IF Greg LaRocca, IF Joe Vitiello, OF Pete Tucci and P Todd Erdos outright to Triple-A Las Vegas. Basketball Lakers: Signed G Shawn Respert. College Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales: Named Kolin Leishman (Glenelg) men's soccer Player of the Week by MAC Freedom Conference. Coppin State: Outside hitter Candis Johnson (City)
NEWS
By Lowell E. Sunderland | May 14, 2000
Name: Suzanne "Suzy" McCulloch Achievements: Top American finisher (20th overall) two weeks ago in the junior women's (under 20) division of the International Triathlon Union's world championships in Perth, Australia. Member, USATriathlon's junior women's team for two years. One of six junior athletes to train the last two summers at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo. After winning seven of eight cross-country races for Salisbury State University last fall was named NCAA Mideast Region Women's Athlete of the Year by the U.S. Track Coaches Association.
BUSINESS
By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Staff Writer | December 22, 1993
A telephone company lobbyist with 18 years' experience working the nuts and bolts of the Maryland power structure will take over a key leadership job next month, with orders to help the state's troubled business community get its act together.Champe C. McCulloch, a Maryland native and assistant vice president for human resources at Bell Atlantic's Arlington, Va., headquarters, will become president of the Maryland Business Council on Jan. 5, the council announced yesterday."There is a sense of frustration within the business community over a splintering of focus, a sense that the business community cannot make its voice heard or is sometimes heard discordantly, and I think Champe McCulloch is uniquely qualified to help us work on that," said Benjamin R. Civiletti, the council's board chairman and head of the search committee that chose the new president.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Sun Staff Writer | October 10, 1994
Maryland's biggest business group will call on the two gubernatorial candidates to cut the state's taxes to the national average and to pledge to make state regulations no stricter than national standards as the state Chamber of Commerce meets today in Ocean City.The package of recommendations will be a follow-up to a report released last month that cited high taxes and relatively strict regulation as weak points of the state's business climate.That report, done by University of Baltimore researchers on grants from major corporations in the state, listed strong universities, a highly educated work force and a central Mid-Atlantic location among the state's top business advantages.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | October 22, 1999
As Salisbury State's Suzy McCulloch ran toward the finish line, her victory in a recent cross country race a foregone conclusion, an old acquaintance confirmed his astonishment.Dr. Charles Brown, UMBC's athletic director and youth sports coach to McCulloch's older sister, could only say, "I wish I'd known she was a runner."Until recently, she hadn't been.But McCulloch, in her second season at Salisbury, is much more than that. She's also a swimmer and a cyclist who aspires to represent the United States in the 2004 Olympics as a triathlete.
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