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February 3, 2006
On January 30, 2006, JANE PEACOCK (nee Derry) beloved mother of Bruce Peacock, Brian Peacock and his wife Glenda and the late Kenny Peacock, loving grandmother of Christopher, Allyson and Amanda, devoted sister of Julia Pahl. Also survived by two great-grandchildren. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Saturday at 1 P.M. Interment in St. Mary's Cemetery.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2014
Date: March 29 Her story: Danielle Young, 33, grew up in Bel Air. She is a project manager for Leidos, a government contractor in Columbia. Her parents, Sylvia and Earl Young, live in Bel Air. His story: William Kelly, 31, grew up in Torrington, Conn. He moved to Maryland in 2005 and is a chief systems engineer for the federal government. His parents, Charlotte and Michael Kelly, live in Torrington. Their story: In October 2010, Danielle and William were at Looney's Pub in Canton, watching a New York Giants game separately — she was upstairs with her friends and he was downstairs with his. During halftime, Danielle went downstairs and ran into a friend who was there with William.
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NEWS
November 29, 2004
On November 26, 2004, KENNETH L. PEACOCK, of Stewartstown, PA; beloved son of Inez Jane (Derry) Peacock, of Stewartstown and Robert B. Peacock, Sr., of Cockeysville, MD; step-son of Mary Ann Peacock, of Cockeysville; devoted brother of Robert B. Peacock, Jr, of Stewartstown and Brian Peacock, of Hampstead, MD; step-brother of Gino and Kim Haddaway. Also survived by two nieces: Allison and Amanda Peacock and a nephew: Christopher Peacock. Funeral Services will be held 10:30 A.M., Wednesday, December 1, 2004, at J. J. Hartenstein Mortuary, Inc., 19 S. Main Street, Stewartstown, PA. Interment Mt. Zion United Methodist Cemetery, Freeland, MD. Friends may call at the Mortuary on Tuesday, November 30, from 2 to 4 P.M. and 7 to 9 P.M.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | October 27, 2012
Maryland-born author Carol Peacock describes living conditions in the poorest Chinese orphanages with a dispassionate eye. Her new novel, "Red Thread Sisters," describes playgrounds strewn with old tires and a caste system that divides children perceived to be adoptable from those judged by orphanage officials as less appealing. The novel depicts children so eager for their own clothes that they wear multiple gift outfits at once. In the book, young children routinely perform such adult chores as feeding babies and scrubbing kitchen floors.
NEWS
December 18, 2004
On December 15, 2004, CHARLES H. PEACOCK; devoted father of Charles A. Peacock; loving grandfather of Laura Jayne Peacock. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 3133 Brehms Lane (at Erdman and Mannasota Avenues), on Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.m., where funeral services will be held on Monday at 11 A.M. Interment Gardens of Faith.
NEWS
October 29, 2004
On Wednesday, October 27, 2004 MILDRED PEACOCK CROWDER of Bethesda, MD; beloved wife of the late Edward T. Crowder; loving mother of Janice Crowder Pulliam of Athens, GA. and the late Reverend Father Tomlin P. Crowder; grandmother of Juliet and Tomlin Pulliam and Catherine Anne Crowder; mother-in-law of H. Ronald Pulliam and Grace Anne Crowder. Memorial Service will be held at St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, 5450 Massachusetts Avenue, Bethesda, MD on Saturday, October 30, 2004 at 4 P.M. Interment private.
NEWS
By NATALIE HARVEY | December 21, 1993
A welcome to Erin Peacock; she is the new Oakland Mills village manager.Ms. Peacock, a Columbia resident for 21 years, has lived in Long Reach Village and now lives with her husband, Fred, in Owen Brown village.She has been active in community organizations and is a founding member of the Columbia Community Players.Ms. Peacock's most recent position was business administrator for St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic congregation. The Peacocks' sons, Tim and Andy, attended Dasher Green Elementary and Owen Brown Middle School.
NEWS
By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,Special to the sun | January 6, 2008
Rebecca Peacock doesn't clean houses, cut hair, write wills or run support groups, but she knows people who do. As the first cancer patient navigator to work with Howard County General Hospital, Peacock's job is to be a conduit for cancer patients to gain access to a variety of support services in the community, but which the patient might not know how to find. Many people are "overwhelmed at the point of diagnosis," said Mary Catherine Cochran, director of the hospital's Claudia Mayer Cancer Resource Center, where Peacock is based.
FEATURES
December 13, 2007
Sinai Hospital recently named its inpatient Neuroscience Center in honor of Rose D. Lazinsky and her late husband, Joseph W. Lazinsky. The 36-bed, all private room facility includes services for brain, spine and peripheral nervous system disease, and is a division of the LifeBridge Health Brain & Spine Institute. Lazinsky, who gave a donation to the center, and her family were honored at a ribbon-cutting last month. Cancer survivor Rebecca Peacock will serve as patient navigator at Howard County General Hospital.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | August 22, 2007
The Pasadena Chargers, an 8-and-under, 80-pound team, held their own in a scrimmage last weekend against a team from Prince George's County. Though some players were smaller than their opponents, the Chargers matched up better physically, thanks to changes the Anne Arundel Youth Football Association has made for this season. The association, which includes 21 programs and nearly 6,000 players, raised the weight limits for each division by five pounds and opened the door for teams with no weight limits for middle school students and high school freshmen and sophomores.
SPORTS
By CANDUS THOMSON | April 7, 2007
Forget the triple axel, the layback spiral or any fancy footwork. From now on, it's the "Galloping Peacock" for Kimmie Meissner. "I'm incorporating it into my program next season, definitely," said the U.S. women's figure skating champion, her slender arms gracefully undulating in a dead-on impression of actor Jon Heder's signature move in Blades of Glory. "The audience will go crazy when they see it." It obviously impressed Meissner, who also thought the movie was pretty good, too, giving it four skates out of a possible five.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to the Sun | January 31, 2007
The Anne Arundel Youth Football Association, with its 4,000 young players, will be well represented at a meeting next week to expand Maryland's state youth football tournament. Rick Peacock, association president, was a force in getting the first state tournament off the ground last fall and helped organize the Feb. 10 meeting at the Baltimore Ravens training facility. Nineteen leagues are scheduled to be represented at this meeting, the first of its kind in the United States, said Peacock, who also works for USA Football.
SPORTS
By Heather A. Dinich and Heather A. Dinich,SUN REPORTER | January 10, 2007
Last week it was Lewis Clinch, Georgia Tech's third-leading scorer. Yesterday, starting forward Zach Peacock was suspended. The Yellow Jackets (11-4, 0-2 Atlantic Coast Conference) have had some unexpected setbacks heading into tonight's 7 o'clock ESPN game against No. 11 Duke (13-2, 0-1). Clinch was suspended Friday for the rest of the season for academic reasons. Peacock, a freshman, was ejected from Saturday's 75-74 loss at Clemson. Game officials deemed his flagrant foul "an act of fighting," which results in an automatic suspension by the NCAA.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Reporter | December 9, 2006
Dr. Frankenstein's notes would have been more useful to Jimmy Patsos than any coaching manual last night. Loyola College was devoid of life in the first 20 minutes against the team predicted to finish last in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, and the Greyhounds paid for it with a 66-55 loss to Saint Peter's. It was no way to start MAAC play, as Loyola (4-3, 0-1) begins a four-game road swing at Manhattan tomorrow and doesn't return to Reitz Arena until Jan. 2. "You play how you practice, and we practiced bad all week," said Patsos, Loyola's third-year coach.
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