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June 18, 2005
On June 15, 2005, NANCY PAGANO (nee Le Gourd), beloved wife of the late James J. Pagano; devoted mother of Joan A. Pope, Jim Pagano and his wife Mijai; dear sister of Mildred Goddard and Betty Lewis; grandmother of Earle Pope, James F., Natalie and Jimmy Pagano; also survived by four great-grandchildren. Funeral Service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Rd (Beltway exit 26A) on Saturday, June 18 at 11 A.M. Interment will follow in Parkwood Cemetery.
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By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
Pernell McPhee has never operated in the spotlight on the Ravens defense, but the fourth-year outside linebacker has carved out an effective place in the rotation by both feeding on those who hog the attention, and at times, taking it away from them. With the Ravens thin on the defensive line and with stars Terrell Suggs and Elvis Dumervil no longer every-down rushers, McPhee has seen time at both outside linebacker positions, defensive end, and nose tackle. He's not being shoehorned into the defense out of necessity, though.
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By Edward Lee | October 6, 2011
When Chuck Pagano succeeded Greg Mattison as defensive coordinator in January, Pagano made no attempt to hide his objective to have the unit return to its aggressive, blitz-happy roots. Through four weeks, the Ravens have seemingly carried out Pagano's wishes. The defense trails only the Tennessee Titans' for fewest points allowed at 14.3 per game. (The Titans have surrendered 14.0 points per contest.) The Ravens rank third in the NFL in rush defense (an average of 72.5 yards)
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The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
A New York State Police investigator who also was working as a boys lacrosse coach has been arrested by the FBI on child pornography charges, multiple sources reported. SeanMichael Pagano, 37, is being held without bail after his arraignment Thursday. He faces up to 10 years in prison if found guilty. Federal agents saw Pagano visit a website that distributes child pornography and download videos of young girls engaged in sexual acts, according to the reports. Pagano's attorney denied the allegations.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2012
With Chuck Pagano being hired as the Indianapolis Colts' new coach, the Ravens are now looking for their fourth defensive coordinator in five years. Linebackers coach and former New England Patriots defensive coordinator Dean Pees is the front-runner for the job, but there are other questions in the wake of Pagano's departure. How will this affect safety Ed Reed's decision to retire or return? Pagano and Reed are extremely tight and have been for a while. It was Pagano, then a secondary and special teams coach at the University of Miami, who recruited Reed to Coral Gables.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,Sun Staff Writer | March 8, 1995
The Court of Special Appeals yesterday agreed with an Anne Arundel Circuit Court judge and upheld a decision to drop an obstruction-of-justice charge against a county teacher accused of mistreating one of her special education students.County prosecutors said a criminal charge of misconduct in office against Susan Hope Pagano, 39, of Columbia, could be reinstated. The charge was dropped last June.Robert J. Bittman, who prosecuted the case but since has left the state's attorney's office, said that when he filed the appeal that he intended to charge Ms. Pagano again after the ruling.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Kris Antonelli and Dennis O'Brien and Kris Antonelli,Sun Staff Writers | June 22, 1994
An Anne Arundel Circuit judge ruled yesterday that a statement to a polygraph expert by a teacher charged with leaving a blind, handicapped student in a storage closet last winter cannot be used by prosecutors because it was coerced.Judge H. Chester Goudy ruled that Susan Hope Pagano's statement to Lloyd White, a state-appointed polygraph expert, that she "felt guilty about what happened" was made after a promise that Ms. Pagano would not be charged if she passed the lie detector test.Ms.
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By Dennis O'Brien BTC and Dennis O'Brien BTC,Sun Staff Writer | July 1, 1994
Prosecutors dropped a criminal charge yesterday against a 38-year-old Anne Arundel County teacher who allegedly put a blind and handicapped student into a storage closet in December.Prosecutors plan to charge the teacher again after some legal issues are resolved.Assistant State's Attorney Robert J. Bittman said he dropped the charge of misconduct in office against Susan Hope Pagano because he plans to appeal Judge H. Chester Goudy Jr.'s dismissal of a charge of obstruction of justice against Ms. Pagano.
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By Peter Hermann and Dennis O'Brien and Peter Hermann and Dennis O'Brien,Sun Staff Writers Sun staff writers John Rivera and Ed Heard contributed to this article | March 30, 1994
A 38-year-old special education teacher has been indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury for allegedly putting a blind and mentally handicapped student in a storage closet and failing to report injuries she suffered in the closet.Susan Hope Pagano of the 6100 block of Encounter Row, Columbia, was indicted Monday for misconduct in office and obstruction of justice.State's Attorney Frank R. Weathersbee said that Ms. Pagano, a teacher at Ruth Parker Eason School in Millersville, put the VTC 16-year-old Glen Burnie girl in a storage closet at the school on Dec. 10.The girl, who has been severely handicapped since a childhood accident and uses a wheelchair, was injured as a result of the incident, Mr. Weathersbee said.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | January 17, 1996
Maryland's highest court ruled yesterday that an Anne Arundel County teacher charged with leaving a blind and handicapped student in a storage closet for three hours and lying about it to police may not be charged with obstruction of justice.The decision by the Court of Appeals in the case of Susan Hope Pagano, 40, has prosecutors considering whether to recharge and try her on a lesser count of misconduct in office."We'll have to look at the opinion and discuss it," said William Roessler, deputy state's attorney.
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By Edward Lee | January 6, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts' nine points in Sunday's 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence of offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who was hospitalized at a Baltimore-area hospital Sunday morning with serious flu-like symptoms, but wide receiver Reggie Wayne downplayed the impact of having quarterbacks coach...
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By Peter Schmuck | January 6, 2013
Colts coach Chuck Pagano was understandably disappointed in the outcome of Sunday's playoff game against the Ravens, but he said after the game that he was not disappointed in his team. Quite the contrary. “They went out and did what everybody said they couldn't do," Pagano said. “They refused to live in circumstance. They chose to live in vision. Just watching them doing battle today - we didn't do enough out there today, we didn't make enough plays. We had opportunities, but just watching this team fight, fight, week in and week out to accomplish what they have accomplished, I told them 'When you walk of here, hold your head high and be very, very proud of the way you played this game, the way you represented this organization.'” Pagano's story is well known.
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By Bob Kravitz and The Indianapolis Star | January 5, 2013
Whatever happens Sunday in Baltimore, it's been an amazing football season to countenance. Whatever happens, even a Ravens' blowout, this has been the most fun, inspiring, unlikely season anybody around here can remember. Remember when the season started and Colts players wore T-shirts reminding them how they were power-ranked 32nd by several publications? They've built the monster, done it two, three years ahead of when anybody had a right to believe it might be done. And they've done it with a couple of holdover veterans and a bunch of rookies who don't seem to know they're not supposed to be here.
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Peter Schmuck | January 5, 2013
For obvious reasons, the Ravens will be totally psyched to join Ray Lewis on his "last ride" when they take the field at M&T Bank Stadium in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs on Sunday. The Indianapolis Colts also will show up with hearts afire for head coach Chuck Pagano, whose battle against leukemia has been the inspirational story of the season. If that isn't enough human interest for you, new Ravens offensive coordinator Jim Caldwell will be calling plays against the team he led to the Super Bowl three years ago and - since we never get tired of this - local fans will burn for a little more revenge against the franchise that deserted Baltimore nearly three decades ago. This matchup is so fraught with emotional subplots, it might be a good time to bring in a team of head doctors to figure out just how much all these mind games will impact the action on the field and the chances of either team advancing to the next round of the playoffs.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | January 4, 2013
The visiting locker room at Gillette Stadium following last year's AFC championship game was eerily silent when a sharply attired Chuck Pagano walked briskly toward the door, rolling a suitcase behind him. He stopped only briefly, embracing linebacker Jarret Johnson as the two whispered a few words. Neither man would be a Raven for much longer, but the reminiscing would have to wait. The hurt of being seconds away from beating the New England Patriots and going to the Super Bowl was still too raw, and Pagano had someplace to be. The following day, the Ravens' first-year defensive coordinator was due in Indianapolis to interview for the Colts' head coaching job. To the surprise of no one, he was hired.
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December 26, 2012
Better with his guidance Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Colts will get an emotional boost from Chuck Pagano's return that will make them a better team, but they also will get a coaching boost. Pagano, don't forget, was hired because of his leadership ability and defensive intellect. It was clear early on that he had a grasp on this team. He has a rare ability to touch and motivate players. The Colts will be better with his guidance and ideas. Pagano's return will give the team other resources and allow interim head coach Bruce Arians to focus more on what he was hired to do, which is run the offense.
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April 7, 1994
An Anne Arundel County teacher indicted for allegedly mistreating a Glen Burnie special education student withdrew yesterday her request for a gag order to prohibit lawyers and witnesses from discussing the case and to seal the court record.Roland Walker, attorney for Susan Hope Pagano, said he asked Circuit Judge Robert H. Heller Jr. to defer the hearing he had requested for today because publicity about the case has died down and the order is no longer necessary.But Mr. Walker said he may ask again for a hearing if the case generates large amounts of publicity before trial.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 17, 1997
AURIESVILLE, N.Y. - Ellen Pagano came here looking for a miracle just as the sun was rising on a Saturday morning.First-time miracle seekers tend to fumble around the Blessed Kateri, the star attraction at the National Shrine of North American Martyrs.The other day, as a flock of pilgrims hovered about the shrine, as usual, it was easy to spot the novices. They kept walking around and around the statues, as if looking for instructions.Pagano, in her blue silk dress and black patent leather pumps, stood clutching a set of rosary beads in her right fist.
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By Edward Lee | June 4, 2012
When Jameel McClain was an unrestricted free agent in March, there was a sentiment that the inside linebacker, who had started 31 of the Ravens' 32 games over the past two seasons, could be courted by a pair of former defensive-coordinators-turned-head-coaches in the New York Jets' Rex Ryan and the Indianapolis Colts' Chuck Pagano. Pagano presented an especially interesting option, as he had been the team's defensive coordinator until Indianapolis hired him away Jan. 25. But McClain said he wasn't too intrigued about playing for the Colts because of his desire to remain with the Ravens.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | March 14, 2012
Cory Redding became the first Ravens' free agent to find a new home today as the veteran defensive end agreed to a three-year, $10.5 million deal with the Indianapolis Colts. The deal was first reported by ESPN. In Indianapolis, Redding will reunite with Chuck Pagano, the Colts' head coach who was the Ravens' defensive coordinator this past season. Pagano is installing a 3-4 hybrid defense in Indianapolis, and it was expected that the he would go after a couple of his former players that have flourished in the system.
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