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July 15, 2007
Alvin Pederson, an accountant with Arthur Andersen for more than 50 years who was managing partner in the company's Baltimore office in the 1970s, died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Copper Ridge nursing home in Sykesville. The former Timonium resident was 82. Mr. Pederson grew up on a farm north of Bottineau, N.D., one of nine children in his family. He attended a one-room schoolhouse. He started school without being able to speak English because his family spoke Norwegian at home.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | June 14, 2009
Less than 24 hours after she struggled to avoid the cut, Irene Cho blistered Bulle Rock for a 7-under-par 65 on Saturday and climbed into contention for the McDonald's LPGA Championship in Havre de Grace. The fine line between failure and success, not surprisingly, was in her head. "I think I just tried to hit every shot the best I could, and if I did hit a bad shot, you've got to let it go," Cho, from La Habra, Calif., said of the difference in her play. Except for a bogey on the 18th on Saturday, Cho would have tied the course record of 64 set in 2006 by Nicole Castrale.
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NEWS
November 14, 2004
On November 12, 2004, CHARLES K PEDERSEN, beloved husband of Marie Pederson (nee Zidel), devoted father of Lillian Robertson, James Lancaster, Richard Pedersen and the Late Vivian Wiser; dear brother of Catherine Powichroski and Johanna Wilkens; also survived by seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Ave., on Monday at 11 A.M. Visiting hours on Sunday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
NEWS
By Stefen Lovelace and Stefen Lovelace,Sun Reporter | May 16, 2008
The No. 15 Hereford boys lacrosse team is good enough to hang with most teams in the metro area. It looked like weather would be the Bulls' toughest opponent in their quest for their first regional championship since 2003. Due to rain, the Bulls were forced to play three games in three nights against quality opponents. They beat Franklin (10-4) on Tuesday in the quarterfinals, Fallston (11-4) on Wednesday in the semifinals and had to face Towson last night in Parkton. There was no sign of fatigue in the Bulls though, as they rolled to a 15-5 victory.
BUSINESS
By Neil Downing and Neil Downing,THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL | October 24, 1999
I have a bunch of Series E and EE bonds, and we recently converted into a trust, my wife and I, and I'm wondering how we go about transferring these bonds into the trust fund.F. A., Bluffton, S.C.To change the registration on your bonds in this instance, you simply fill out a form and send the form -- along with your bonds -- to the regional Federal Reserve bank that handles savings bond processing for your area."It's not that difficult to fill out," said Daniel J. Pederson, president of the Savings Bond Informer (1-800-927-1901)
SPORTS
March 31, 1991
PITTSBURGH -- Losing a point to the Philadelphia Flyers didn't scare the Pittsburgh Penguins as much as nearly losing leading scorer Mark Recchi.Kjell Samuelsson scored with 2 minutes, 13 seconds remaining in the third period to give the Flyers a 4-4 tie yesterday with the surging Penguins. That turned out to be the good news for Pittsburgh, which lost Recchi in the second period.Recchi, who has 40 goals and 113 points to rank third in the National Hockey League, injured his right knee when he collided with Philadelphia's Mark Pederson in open ice late in the second period.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | June 14, 2009
Less than 24 hours after she struggled to avoid the cut, Irene Cho blistered Bulle Rock for a 7-under-par 65 on Saturday and climbed into contention for the McDonald's LPGA Championship in Havre de Grace. The fine line between failure and success, not surprisingly, was in her head. "I think I just tried to hit every shot the best I could, and if I did hit a bad shot, you've got to let it go," Cho, from La Habra, Calif., said of the difference in her play. Except for a bogey on the 18th on Saturday, Cho would have tied the course record of 64 set in 2006 by Nicole Castrale.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | August 13, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Two government lawyers who raised questions about the federal commitment to recover money from officials of failed savings and loans said yesterday that their efforts had placed them in a professional twilight zone.Jacqueline P. Taylor and Bruce Pederson harshly criticized their employer, Resolution Trust Corp., at a Senate hearing Tuesday, lamenting what they regard as the political influence that is weakening their agency's efforts to recover money from wrongdoers in the savings and loan industry.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
ELDERSBURG -- Alaska is one of the 50 states, but Thursday's visitors to Eldersburg Elementary School might as well have been from another planet.In 70-degree temperatures, Ron Tinsley and Vivian Pederson -- owners of the Tivi sled dog kennel in Fairbanks, Alaska -- tried to take the students to a land where the temperature rarely gets above 50 and the sun never sets from mid-May to August."
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
A panel of experts considering the effect of widening Route 32 through western Howard County had its first and only public meeting last night. Neil J. Pederson, deputy administrator of the State Highway Administration, told the seven-member panel that two work sessions set for Dec. 12 and Jan. 16 will be closed to the public. Pederson's announcement was protested by Dan Pontious, director of the Baltimore Regional Partnership, an umbrella group of five civic and environmental organizations.
NEWS
July 15, 2007
Alvin Pederson, an accountant with Arthur Andersen for more than 50 years who was managing partner in the company's Baltimore office in the 1970s, died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Copper Ridge nursing home in Sykesville. The former Timonium resident was 82. Mr. Pederson grew up on a farm north of Bottineau, N.D., one of nine children in his family. He attended a one-room schoolhouse. He started school without being able to speak English because his family spoke Norwegian at home.
NEWS
November 14, 2004
On November 12, 2004, CHARLES K PEDERSEN, beloved husband of Marie Pederson (nee Zidel), devoted father of Lillian Robertson, James Lancaster, Richard Pedersen and the Late Vivian Wiser; dear brother of Catherine Powichroski and Johanna Wilkens; also survived by seven grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Ave., on Monday at 11 A.M. Visiting hours on Sunday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Laura Demanski and Laura Demanski,Special to the Sun | April 22, 2001
Until he died last year, British writer and teacher Malcolm Bradbury served as a kind of scholarly diplomatic envoy to the free world: a prolific, inspired translator of academese into rich but digestible everyday discourse (fictional and critical). Once again in his energetic posthumous novel "To the Hermitage" (Overlook, 498 pages, $27.95), Bradbury manages to make big ideas not only relevant but riotous. Two parallel journeys take place in the novel. One has a fictional Malcolm Bradbury ferrying to politically unstable St. Petersburg as part of an exclusive international conference on the French Enlightenment philosopher Denis Diderot.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
A panel of experts considering the effect of widening Route 32 through western Howard County had its first and only public meeting last night. Neil J. Pederson, deputy administrator of the State Highway Administration, told the seven-member panel that two work sessions set for Dec. 12 and Jan. 16 will be closed to the public. Pederson's announcement was protested by Dan Pontious, director of the Baltimore Regional Partnership, an umbrella group of five civic and environmental organizations.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
A panel of experts considering the effect of widening Route 32 through western Howard County had its first and only public meeting last night. Neil J. Pederson, deputy administrator of the State Highway Administration, told the seven-member panel that two work sessions set for Dec. 12 and Jan. 16 will be closed to the public. Pederson's announcement was protested by Dan Pontious, director of the Baltimore Regional Partnership, an umbrella group of five civic and environmental organizations.
SPORTS
By Vito Stellino | December 26, 1999
EastAfter quarterback Koy Detmer led the Eagles to an upset victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday, Philadelphia fans second-guessed coach Andy Reid for starting Doug Pederson at the beginning of the season instead of Detmer. Pederson says he has gotten too much of the blame for the losing season. "It's been my fault since the first minicamp. Everything has been piled on me," he said. Pederson was booed when he entered the game for one play Sunday after Detmer was shaken up. Dallas owner Jerry Jones wasn't happy about the Cowboys' loss to the New York Jets last Sunday that cost them a chance to take over first place in the division.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | November 14, 2000
A panel of experts considering the effect of widening Route 32 through western Howard County had its first and only public meeting last night. Neil J. Pederson, deputy administrator of the State Highway Administration, told the seven-member panel that two work sessions set for Dec. 12 and Jan. 16 will be closed to the public. Pederson's announcement was protested by Dan Pontious, director of the Baltimore Regional Partnership, an umbrella group of five civic and environmental organizations.
NEWS
By Stefen Lovelace and Stefen Lovelace,Sun Reporter | May 16, 2008
The No. 15 Hereford boys lacrosse team is good enough to hang with most teams in the metro area. It looked like weather would be the Bulls' toughest opponent in their quest for their first regional championship since 2003. Due to rain, the Bulls were forced to play three games in three nights against quality opponents. They beat Franklin (10-4) on Tuesday in the quarterfinals, Fallston (11-4) on Wednesday in the semifinals and had to face Towson last night in Parkton. There was no sign of fatigue in the Bulls though, as they rolled to a 15-5 victory.
BUSINESS
By Neil Downing and Neil Downing,THE PROVIDENCE JOURNAL | October 24, 1999
I have a bunch of Series E and EE bonds, and we recently converted into a trust, my wife and I, and I'm wondering how we go about transferring these bonds into the trust fund.F. A., Bluffton, S.C.To change the registration on your bonds in this instance, you simply fill out a form and send the form -- along with your bonds -- to the regional Federal Reserve bank that handles savings bond processing for your area."It's not that difficult to fill out," said Daniel J. Pederson, president of the Savings Bond Informer (1-800-927-1901)
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | August 13, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Two government lawyers who raised questions about the federal commitment to recover money from officials of failed savings and loans said yesterday that their efforts had placed them in a professional twilight zone.Jacqueline P. Taylor and Bruce Pederson harshly criticized their employer, Resolution Trust Corp., at a Senate hearing Tuesday, lamenting what they regard as the political influence that is weakening their agency's efforts to recover money from wrongdoers in the savings and loan industry.
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