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December 3, 2007
On November 30, 2007, THEO KATHERYN McKINNEY (nee Powell); beloved wife of the late John L. McKinney; devoted mother of Ruth E. Bedell of Springfield, VA, Sarah K. Hock of Surfside, SC, John L. McKinney of Monkton, MD and the late Joan L. McKinney; dear sister of Ruth Shafer and Leslie Powell. Also survive by nine grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Wednesday at 12 P.M. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | January 23, 2013
This is the busiest time of year for Robin McKinney. McKinney is the director and co-founder of the Maryland Creating Assets, Savings and Hope (CASH) Campaign, which provides free tax preparation for low- to moderate-income households in the state. She also lobbies state lawmakers to improve the finances of Maryland consumers during the legislative session. McKinney was an early advocate for state regulation of tax preparers who are paid to fill out people's returns. For years, anyone in Maryland could set up a business to fill out returns, which is why Marylanders could find tax preparation services springing up at gas stations and psychics' shops during tax season.
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NEWS
May 8, 2009
On May 2, 2009, CHARLES IRVIN MCKINNEY beloved husband of Shelley McKinney (nee Schaub); devoted father of Brenna and Ian McKinney; loving son of Charles and Carol McKinney; dear grandson of Margaret Hartlove; cherished brother of Margaret Cox; son-in-law of Dr. Arthur and Bonnie Serpick and Joseph and Karen Schaub; brother-in-law of Laurie Armstrong and her husband William, Gregory and Cristin Shaub, and Kristin Shaub; uncle of Justin, Jeremy and Lindsay...
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2012
George K. McKinney, who was the first African-American to be appointed U.S. marshal for the District of Maryland, and whose career in federal service spanned more than four decades, died June 17 of leukemia at his Northwest Baltimore home. He was 77. "It is with deep sadness that I acknowledge the passing of my dear friend, retired U.S. marshal George K. McKinney," Rep. Elijah E. Cummings said in a statement. "George held the distinct honor of being the only African-American appointed U.S. marshal to two different jurisdictions by two different presidents.
NEWS
By JOHANNA NEUMAN AND NICK TIMIRAOS and JOHANNA NEUMAN AND NICK TIMIRAOS,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 5, 2006
WASHINGTON -- It started with a misunderstanding last week at a security checkpoint in the Longworth House Office Building, where guards regularly examine the identification and belongings of those entering. But by yesterday, the encounter between U.S. Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney, a Georgia Democrat, and a Capitol Police officer - in which he touched her on the shoulder and she jabbed him with her cell phone - had begun to mushroom into a furor, replete with accusations of racial profiling and threats of criminal charges.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 4, 2005
Brendan McKinney, making his first major challenge at the top spot in the Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship, shot 1-under-par 70 at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday to grab the 36-hole lead at 139. First-round leader Kirk Lombardi came back to the field with a 73 and is tied at 140 with recent Towson University graduate Chris Baloga, who shot 71 in the second round. Phil Fairbanks, third last year, used a share of the day's low round, 69, for a two-round total of 141, followed by Moose Brown and Spring Publinx winner Ki Moon at 142. Brian Woods also shot 69 and is at 143, tied with Larry Storck and Wilbert Lynn III. There were only four rounds below par during the day, and 11 players are within five strokes of the lead.
SPORTS
By EDWARD LEE | August 4, 2009
McKinney spent two seasons with the San Diego Chargers before being released Oct. 4. Four days later, he was signed by the Ravens. McKinney is still dealing with that and going undrafted, as well as a certain phobia. Question: How did you feel about being waived by the Chargers? Answer: Still have a chip on my shoulder for getting released by San Diego and everything. I don't want to say I should have been drafted. Everybody always says that. That's a played-out excuse. But I feel ... I'm better than they thought I was. Q: Did you have a childhood fear?
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | January 29, 1995
PRINCESS ANNE -- Aaron McKinney scored 19 points as UMES defeated Morgan State, 72-68, last night, in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference game.John Woods added 13 points and six rebounds for Maryland-Eastern Shore (8-11, 4-6). McKinney also grabbed nine rebounds for UMES.Scott Deas scored 16 points to lead Morgan State (3-15, 3-5), which has lost three in a row.
NEWS
October 19, 2005
Mildred Rosetta McKinney, a retired associate social work professor who helped run coronations at Morgan State University's homecoming events for many years, died of cancer at her Gwynn Oak home Oct. 12. She was 70. Born Mildred Rosetta Sensabaugh in Portsmouth, Va., she moved to Baltimore in the early 1950s and studied health and physical education at what was then Morgan State College. After her 1956 marriage to George Kimbrough McKinney, a U.S. marshal, she traveled with him on military assignments and completed her degree requirements at Morgan in 1968.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | November 3, 2005
Richard Ishmael McKinney, founder of Morgan State University's philosophy department and a former president of Storer College in Harpers Ferry, W. Va., died of an apparent heart attack Friday while attending a conference in Norfolk, Va. The Morgan Park resident was 99. "He had just given a stirring speech, received an ovation and then felt a little tired. He then just didn't get up," said his granddaughter, Marla Sensabaugh McKinney Smiley of Tucson, Ariz. Born and raised in Live Oak, Fla., where his father was a Baptist minister and educator, Dr. McKinney credited the childhood stories of 19th-century writer Horatio Alger as having an impact on his life.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | December 4, 2011
Haruki Nakamura is one of three Ravens players who hail from Ohio. But that doesn't mean that the free safety, who is a Cleveland native, gets any special treatment when he and the rest of the team visit Cleveland Browns Stadium - as they do Sunday. “When I got drafted [in the sixth round in 2008], I was getting all sorts of crap from my friends from Cleveland,” Nakamura said with a smile. “I can't win in Baltimore as far as my family goes. My mom tells me that she'll cheer for me, but she won't cheer for the Ravens because she's a Browns fan. So that's what I deal with when I go home.” Wide receiver Lee Evans, a native of Sandusky, and defensive tackle Brandon McKinney, a native of Dayton, are the other Ravens players who grew up in Ohio.
SPORTS
By EDWARD LEE | August 4, 2009
McKinney spent two seasons with the San Diego Chargers before being released Oct. 4. Four days later, he was signed by the Ravens. McKinney is still dealing with that and going undrafted, as well as a certain phobia. Question: How did you feel about being waived by the Chargers? Answer: Still have a chip on my shoulder for getting released by San Diego and everything. I don't want to say I should have been drafted. Everybody always says that. That's a played-out excuse. But I feel ... I'm better than they thought I was. Q: Did you have a childhood fear?
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | August 3, 2009
Depth at the defensive tackle position might have some observers thinking that Brandon McKinney is on the outside looking in. But McKinney, who was signed by the Ravens on Oct. 8 after he was released by the San Diego Chargers, said he is eager to become a major contributor now that he has been a part of the defense for almost 10 months. The Ravens signed McKinney to a three-year deal in February. "That makes me want to come out and work harder and work on my technique and get the defense down pat," he said.
NEWS
July 29, 2009
Family will receive friends at the family owned Wylie Funeral Home, P.A., 638 N. Gilmor Street, on Wednesday from 5-8 p.m. Services will be held Thursday, July 30, at the New Psalmist Baptist Church, 4501 Old Frederick Road. Wake 10 a.m. Funeral 10:30 a.m. Interment to follow.
NEWS
May 8, 2009
On May 2, 2009, CHARLES IRVIN MCKINNEY beloved husband of Shelley McKinney (nee Schaub); devoted father of Brenna and Ian McKinney; loving son of Charles and Carol McKinney; dear grandson of Margaret Hartlove; cherished brother of Margaret Cox; son-in-law of Dr. Arthur and Bonnie Serpick and Joseph and Karen Schaub; brother-in-law of Laurie Armstrong and her husband William, Gregory and Cristin Shaub, and Kristin Shaub; uncle of Justin, Jeremy and Lindsay...
NEWS
By John-John Williams IV and John-John Williams IV,john-john.williams@baltsun.com | February 15, 2009
Josh Kalivretenos was dumbfounded to learn that people used to live without cars, telephones, TV or YouTube. "It wouldn't be a very good time with me," the second-grader at Cradlerock School said. "YouTube is my favorite Web site on the computer." But that's how it was for Annie Bell Freeman Pickett, a 100-year-old Columbia resident who visited the school of first- through fifth-graders and told about her life growing up. The visit on Wednesday was designed to coincide with the school reaching the 100th-day mark of the 180-day academic year, an event Cradlerock has observed for several years.
NEWS
By JENNY JARVIE and JENNY JARVIE,LOS ANGELES TIMES | August 8, 2006
ATLANTA -- As bleary-eyed drivers embarked on their morning commute, Rep. Cynthia A. McKinney stood at a busy suburban intersection belting out disco soul tunes on a recent Thursday. Her bodyguard didn't flinch, until a white passerby leaned out of a car and waved at McKinney and her campaign supporters. "White people don't usually wave," the guard said. Indeed, the outspoken McKinney - a Democrat whose campaign slogan is "backbone in politics" - is struggling to be re-elected to the House after a significant number of voters in the northern, predominantly white areas of her suburban Atlanta district voted against her in last month's Democratic primary.
NEWS
By Cynthia Tucker | July 26, 2004
"I'M BACK!" said Cynthis A McKinney. She's ba-a-a-ck, said the rest of us. Ms. McKinney, a controversial liberal Democrat from the Atlanta suburbs who lost her seat in Congress two years ago, is on the verge of winning back her post. If she succeeds, she ought to stop off at the Oval Office to thank her unofficial political strategist, President Bush. She couldn't have won without him. Ms. McKinney was ousted after she suggested that President Bush knew about the terrorist attacks of 9/11 but did nothing to stop them so that his friends could profit from the resulting war. In her current campaign, Ms. McKinney tamped down her rough edges and ran as a reasonable and experienced, mainstream - if liberal - candidate.
FEATURES
By John Woestendiek and John Woestendiek,Sun reporter | August 5, 2008
Bernann McKinney couldn't wait to see her dog again. Understanding why is easy: Booger was a pit bull she rescued from the street. Two months later, when McKinney was attacked by another dog, Booger rescued her, charging out of the house, jumping on the larger dog and diverting his attention long enough so that McKinney, who all but lost one arm in the attack and had the other damaged, could escape, steering her pickup truck with her elbows to the home...
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun Reporter | June 26, 2008
James M. McKinney Jr., a retired assistant plant manager and a musician, died of a heart attack June 18 at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The longtime Dundalk resident was 70 and performed as a one-man band known as Mambo Jim. Mr. McKinney was a 1955 graduate of Dundalk High School. He was an electrician at Bethlehem Steel Corp.'s Sparrows Point shipyard from 1955 to 1961, when he went to work at Raymond Metal Products in maintenance. Management at the North Point Road plant changed several times while he worked there, and he was promoted to assistant plant manager after it was taken over by National Wire Co. After leaving National Wire, he owned and operated a home improvement business from 1974 to 1976.
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