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May 4, 2007
On April 26, 2007, NANCY SCOTT; beloved mother of Mary L. "Mimi" Parvis of Baltimore, MD, Townsend Scott Pendleton of Bowie, MD, and Alfred Patterson Pendleton, III of Los Angeles, CA; dear grandmother of Luke, Eric and Doug Parvis, Isabella and Sophia Pendleton, and Nick Frechette; dear sister of Leticia S. Haxall of Oceanside, CA; and dear aunt to her niece and nephews. She is also survived by many friends. A Memorial Service will be held at St. David's Episcopal Church on Wednesday, May 23rd at 1PM. A reception will follow the service.
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From Sun staff reports | January 17, 2014
Khepera Stokes and Teira Pendleton combined efforts to lead the No. 2 Poly girls basketball team past visiting Mervo, 59-37, on Thursday night. Stokes finished with a game-high 17 points and Pendleton added 13 for the Engineers (11-1). The Mustangs fell to 4-6. Poly led 41-21 at the break. Fallston 49, Bohemia Manor 19: Logan Gasior had 16 points to lead the host Cougars (5-6) past the Eagles (3-4). Fallston used tough defense to limit Bohemia Manor to five points in the first half.
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NEWS
April 5, 2004
On March 31, 2004, SHIRLEY M., devoted wife of Freddie Pendleton. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue, on Tuesday after 8:30 A.M. The family will receive friends at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church, 1719 E. Oliver St., on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Funeral Services will follow at 10:30 A.M. See www.marchfh.com
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2013
Teira Pendleton's fierce competitive streak shows on her face in every Poly basketball game. Intensely focused and in the moment, her physical inside presence has been a factor on both sides of the ball as the No. 8 Engineers advanced to the Class 4A state semifinals for the second year in a row. The 5-foot-8 junior forward-guard leads a young team into Thursday's 3 p.m. state semifinal at UMBC against Walt Whitman with 12.5 points and 8.4 rebounds...
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Sun Staff Writer | August 13, 1995
LAS VEGAS -- Freddie Pendleton defending his USBA welterweight crown for the first time, won a brawl last night with ++ Tony Lopez flooring Lopez five times before stopping him at 43 seconds of the eighth round at the MGM Grand.The fight was part of the undercard to Baltimorean Vincent Pettway's junior-middleweight defense against San Diego's Paul Vaden.XTC Pendleton, of Miami, had to get off the floor in the third round of the non-stop battle. Because of Lopez's unusual pluck, the crowd booed when referee Mitch Halpern would not let him continue.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Staff Writer | October 17, 1992
ATLANTA -- There are two important things to know about Terry Pendleton.One is that the Atlanta Braves third baseman is always talking to someone. Pitchers, infielders, outfielders, coaches and managers alike are constantly getting the benefit of Pendleton's wise counsel.The other important thing to know about Pendleton, as he prepares to lead the Braves into their second straight World Series tonight against the Toronto Blue Jays, is that he truly is a leader.And most of the time, those two important things are interrelated.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Staff Writer | March 17, 1994
SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- B. J. Pendleton planned to get some && revenge this winter, but he never dreamed it would be this sweet.Pendleton, a junior, plays power forward for Loyola. He's the one who smooched the championship trophy after the Greyhounds won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament, but he figures to be more forceful tomorrow (5:20 p.m., Channel 11), when Loyola makes its NCAA tournament debut in a first-round West Region game against Arizona at Arco Arena.The best turnaround in the nation was fueled by the addition of first-year coach Skip Prosser and three freshmen and the return of Tracy Bergan and Michael Reese.
FEATURES
By Robin Updike and Robin Updike,Seattle Times | November 15, 1992
Fashion is fickle. Just ask Pendleton Woolen Mills.Now that the venerable company is grappling with how to make its biggest product line, women's wear, seem more fashionable, its oldest product, Native American-style ceremonial blankets, are all the rage."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Evening Sun Staff | November 21, 1991
The player who led the Atlanta Braves' last-to-first season completed a similar journey of his own yesterday, as Terry Pendleton won the National League's Most Valuable Player Award in the closest election in 12 years.Pendleton, 31, the league batting champion, squeezed past 1990 winner Barry Bonds of the Pittsburgh Pirates, 274 points to 259, in a race that produced the smallest winning margin since Keith Hernandez of St. Louis and Willie Stargell of the Pirates each received 216 votes in 1979.
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By Tara Finnegan and Tara Finnegan,Contributing Writer | November 30, 1993
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. -- First-year Loyola coach Skip Prosser told his players if they wanted to win on the road they had to do three things -- play defense, rebound well and make free throws.Succeeding in two of those three goals was enough for the Greyhounds last night as Loyola beat host William and Mary, 97-84, in the season opener for both teams.B. J. Pendleton led the Greyhounds with a career-high 27 points and hit six of eight free throws in the final 3:14. The Greyhounds made 24 of 37 foul shots in the second half and shot 71.4 percent (35-for-49)
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By Everett Cook, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2012
Henry Pendleton has been racing motocross bikes for the majority of his life, and considering that he is only 11 years old, that's saying something. The Annapolis resident will be at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn., on Sunday competing in the 31st Annual Red Bull AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship - the biggest and most well-known amateur motocross race in the world. But the only reason Henry will be in Tennessee on Sunday - the only reason he races motocross - is that he was bored on vacation and needed something to do. The Pendletons were in Denmark, and 5-year-old Henry was riding down the road in his father's car. Pete Pendleton was looking for sources of entertainment for his young son, but he wasn't the one who spotted the miniature four-wheelers for sale on the side of the road.
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By Rich Scherr, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 29, 2012
Even after watching her team surrender a 14-point lead in Wednesday's Class 4A North Region semifinal, Poly coach Kendall Peace-Able never lost faith in the No. 3 Engineers. "When you don't want to see it end," Peace-Able said, "you find a way. " Facing Paint Branch, host Poly did just that. Sophomore Teira Pendleton celebrated her 16th birthday with 16 points and 10 rebounds, including seven points during a four-minute stretch in the fourth quarter that ultimately made the difference in a 52-45 win. "Sometimes it's other people's day, but today was my day," Pendleton said.
NEWS
February 2, 2010
On January 30, 2010 DEAN JENKINS (nee Loose) PENDLETON, beloved wife of the late Philip R. Pendleton; dear mother of Philip R. Pendleton. At her request no services will be held.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | July 8, 2009
Moses "Bill" Belin Jr., a retired Army civilian employee who owned and operated a landscaping business, died of heart failure June 30 at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore. The longtime Ashburton resident was 76. Mr. Belin, the son of farmers, was born and raised in Pamplico, S.C. He came to Baltimore in the 1950s and worked in Washington as a civilian driver for the Army for more than 30 years before retiring in 1984. For the past 20 years, Mr. Belin worked as a landscaper primarily in the city's Morgan Park neighborhood, family members said.
NEWS
By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | March 15, 2009
"Many Brave Hearts Are Asleep in the Deep" 1897 sea chantey The ferocious February nor'easter that severely disrupted Atlantic shipping more than a half-century ago nearly took the life of a Baltimore merchant mariner who was aboard a crippled oil tanker. The gale that snapped the SS Pendleton in two off Cape Cod in the early morning hours of Feb. 18, 1952, inflicted a similar fate on another T-2 class tanker, the SS Fort Mercer, that was steaming some 30 miles southeast of Chatham, Mass.
NEWS
By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN | March 1, 2009
Nearly 60 years have passed since Bernard C. "Bernie" Webber and his crew of three Coast Guard lifeboatmen braved a vicious Atlantic nor'easter with 70-knot winds and pounding 60-foot seas for one of the most daring rescues in maritime history. Webber was coxswain of the CG36500 lifeboat, which responded to the SS Pendleton, a 503-foot oil tanker that broke up off Cape Cod. Webber died in January at his home in Melbourne, Fla. He was 80. After running away from the Northfield Mount Hermon School in Gill, Mass.
NEWS
May 5, 2007
Nancy S. Pendleton, a retired city schools guidance counselor, died of heart disease April 26 at St. Joseph Medical Center. A resident of the Edenwald retirement community in Towson, she was 82. Born Nancy Tyson Lee Scott in Baltimore and raised on a northern Baltimore County farm, she was a 1943 graduate of Bryn Mawr School and that year made her debut at the Bachelors Cotillon. After attending Bryn Mawr College, she earned a master's degree in psychology from what is now Towson University.
NEWS
By June Arney and June Arney,Sun reporter | March 14, 2008
Produce Galore, the specialty store that has been a landmark in Wilde Lake Village Center for more than three decades, will close its doors today after four days of emotional visits, calls and e-mails from hundreds of customers whose lives the family-run business has touched. "The stories that people have told me about what Produce Galore meant to them have just overwhelmed me," said Margaret Pendleton, who owns the store with her husband, Kent. "When you cater a memorial service and a graduation and a wedding for the same family, then it's like you become part of their family."
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