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November 18, 2003
On November 8, 2003, DANIEL R.; beloved husband of Helen McKelvey (nee Erberts); devoted father of Mark McKelvey and his with Kathryn; dear brother of Veronica Malatesta and the late Walter and Hubert McKelvey; loving grandfather of Kathryn McKelvey. A Mass was celebrated at the St. Mark Roman Catholic Church with interment at Loudon Park Cemetery. Arrangements by Sterling Ashton Schwab Funeral Home Inc.
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By Edward Lee | February 9, 2012
A plan to build UMBC's defense around the return of two starters was nearly derailed in the fall. Junior Sam McKelvey, who accumulated 16 ground balls and four caused turnovers in 11 games (eight starts) last season, underwent ankle surgery in the fall. Such an operation would usually require months of rehabilitation, but not for the Davidsonville native and South River graduate. “[W]e thought we lost him for the year after ankle surgery,” coach Don Zimmerman said Wednesday.
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NEWS
April 9, 2004
Mary Elizabeth McKelvey, retired assistant postmaster for Long Green, died of coronary artery disease April 2 at Lancaster Regional Medical Center in Lancaster, Pa. She was 90. Born Mary Elizabeth Gary in Kennedyville, where she attended public schools, she moved to Towson in 1939 and later relocated to Long Green. During World War II, she worked at the Black & Decker tool manufacturing plant. She then took the assistant postmaster's job and retired about 20 years ago. She moved to the Mennonite Home nursing facility in Lancaster in 2001.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 14, 2006
NEW YORK -- Monster Worldwide Inc., owner of the most-used online job-listing service, said yesterday that it overstated earnings by $271.9 million in the past nine years because of improperly recorded stock option grants. Monster also made more than $500,000 in inappropriate payments to founder Andrew McKelvey, the company said. The adjustments cut 2005 net income by $9.24 million, 2004 net income by $14.4 million, 2003 net income by $27 million and reduce earnings for earlier years.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 14, 2006
NEW YORK -- Monster Worldwide Inc., owner of the most-used online job-listing service, said yesterday that it overstated earnings by $271.9 million in the past nine years because of improperly recorded stock option grants. Monster also made more than $500,000 in inappropriate payments to founder Andrew McKelvey, the company said. The adjustments cut 2005 net income by $9.24 million, 2004 net income by $14.4 million, 2003 net income by $27 million and reduce earnings for earlier years.
FEATURES
By JOE BURRIS and JOE BURRIS,SUN REPORTER | June 6, 2006
They met last year at 35,000 feet, on a cramped, red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Baltimore. He is a former emergency medical technician from Frederick, who got up when no other passenger responded to a public-address query, "Is there a doctor on the plane?" She was the passenger who prompted the message: a seemingly fit woman from Columbia who was suddenly awakened by sharp back pains that soon made it difficult to breathe. At the time, neither Jim Addington nor Erin McKelvey realized that she was moments away from succumbing to a pulmonary embolism, a life-threatening complication in which blood clots block an artery in the lung.
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Staff Writer | August 26, 1993
A Howard County man has sued the Canteen Corp. for improperly firing him, alleging that he was dismissed because he attempted to stop the food supply company from overcharging its customers -- from the White House cafeteria to blind vendors in Baltimore office buildings.In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Robert E. McKelvey Jr. of Dayton charged that the Spartanburg, S.C.-based company also improperly overcharged its employees for health insurance.Canteen spokeswoman Elaine Richner said yesterday that the company had not yet received a copy of the suit and would have no comment.
NEWS
April 1, 2001
Shelley R. Earle, 43, employee of Air Cargo Shelley R. Earle, an administrative assistant at Air Cargo Inc. in Annapolis, died Thursday of heart failure after surgery at Franklin Square Hospital. The Annapolis resident was 43. At the time of her death, Mrs. Earle had worked for Air Cargo Inc. for five months. Earlier, she had worked as a teller at Farmers Bank of Maryland and the Bank of Maryland. Shelley Richard was born in Baltimore and raised in Piscataway Township, N.J., graduating from Piscataway Township High School in 1976.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
A plan for separate dual-meet wrestling state championships, in addition to the 23-year-old state tournament that crowns individual and team champs, likely will go into effect for the season.North Carroll coach Dich Bauerlein -- the plan's author -- presented it to the state association's Board of Control at its first of two annual meetings in Ocean City last weekend. It was approved unanimously, 49-0. It will be reviewed by the state superintendents next month.George McKelvey, coordinator of officials for the state association, said, "I don't think it will be a problem [getting the superintendents approval]
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
A plan for separate dual-meet wrestling state championships, in addition to the 23-year-old state tournament that crowns individual and team champs, likely will go into effect for the 1993-1994 season.North Carroll coach Dich Bauerlein -- the plan's author -- presented it to the state association's Board of Control at its first of two annual meetings in Ocean City last weekend. It was approved unanimously, 49-0. It will be reviewed by the state superintendents next month.George McKelvey, coordinator of officials for the state association, said, "I don't think it will be a problem [getting the superintendents approval]
FEATURES
By JOE BURRIS and JOE BURRIS,SUN REPORTER | June 6, 2006
They met last year at 35,000 feet, on a cramped, red-eye flight from Los Angeles to Baltimore. He is a former emergency medical technician from Frederick, who got up when no other passenger responded to a public-address query, "Is there a doctor on the plane?" She was the passenger who prompted the message: a seemingly fit woman from Columbia who was suddenly awakened by sharp back pains that soon made it difficult to breathe. At the time, neither Jim Addington nor Erin McKelvey realized that she was moments away from succumbing to a pulmonary embolism, a life-threatening complication in which blood clots block an artery in the lung.
NEWS
April 9, 2004
Mary Elizabeth McKelvey, retired assistant postmaster for Long Green, died of coronary artery disease April 2 at Lancaster Regional Medical Center in Lancaster, Pa. She was 90. Born Mary Elizabeth Gary in Kennedyville, where she attended public schools, she moved to Towson in 1939 and later relocated to Long Green. During World War II, she worked at the Black & Decker tool manufacturing plant. She then took the assistant postmaster's job and retired about 20 years ago. She moved to the Mennonite Home nursing facility in Lancaster in 2001.
NEWS
November 18, 2003
On November 8, 2003, DANIEL R.; beloved husband of Helen McKelvey (nee Erberts); devoted father of Mark McKelvey and his with Kathryn; dear brother of Veronica Malatesta and the late Walter and Hubert McKelvey; loving grandfather of Kathryn McKelvey. A Mass was celebrated at the St. Mark Roman Catholic Church with interment at Loudon Park Cemetery. Arrangements by Sterling Ashton Schwab Funeral Home Inc.
NEWS
April 1, 2001
Shelley R. Earle, 43, employee of Air Cargo Shelley R. Earle, an administrative assistant at Air Cargo Inc. in Annapolis, died Thursday of heart failure after surgery at Franklin Square Hospital. The Annapolis resident was 43. At the time of her death, Mrs. Earle had worked for Air Cargo Inc. for five months. Earlier, she had worked as a teller at Farmers Bank of Maryland and the Bank of Maryland. Shelley Richard was born in Baltimore and raised in Piscataway Township, N.J., graduating from Piscataway Township High School in 1976.
SPORTS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | January 1, 1996
NEW ORLEANS -- As law enforcement officers looked for Ron Weaver yesterday, his family offered insights into why the 30-year-old impostor assumed another man's name to earn a spot on the Texas football team.Weaver, who played in 12 games for the Longhorns under the name Ron McKelvey, left the team's hotel Saturday after reports surfaced that he was a fake. Texas officials have supplied the FBI with information, including what they say is a fraudulent Social Security number.Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds said the school is considering filing suit against Weaver for taking state funds, in the form of a scholarship, through fraudulent means.
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Staff Writer | August 26, 1993
A Howard County man has sued the Canteen Corp. for improperly firing him, alleging that he was dismissed because he attempted to stop the food supply company from overcharging its customers -- from the White House cafeteria to blind vendors in Baltimore office buildings.In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, Robert E. McKelvey Jr. of Dayton charged that the Spartanburg, S.C.-based company also improperly overcharged its employees for health insurance.Canteen spokeswoman Elaine Richner said yesterday that the company had not yet received a copy of the suit and would have no comment.
SPORTS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | January 1, 1996
NEW ORLEANS -- As law enforcement officers looked for Ron Weaver yesterday, his family offered insights into why the 30-year-old impostor assumed another man's name to earn a spot on the Texas football team.Weaver, who played in 12 games for the Longhorns under the name Ron McKelvey, left the team's hotel Saturday after reports surfaced that he was a fake. Texas officials have supplied the FBI with information, including what they say is a fraudulent Social Security number.Texas athletic director DeLoss Dodds said the school is considering filing suit against Weaver for taking state funds, in the form of a scholarship, through fraudulent means.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | April 28, 1993
With the Baysox using Memorial Stadium, the field is in great shape and the chairman of the Maryland Scholastic Association baseball tournament is pondering a return after a five-year absence."
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