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May 12, 2005
On Tuesday, May 10, 2005, at Georgetown Med. Ctr. in Washington, DC, ROSEMARY PHELAN, 66. Rosemary was born in Albany, NY on May 17, 1938, the daughter of Dr. John J. and Ruth Carrigan Phelan. A graduate of Vincentian Institute and the College of St. Rose. Rosemary was the director of IT for the National Council of Architectural Registration Board. She was an avid sports fan and loved the Washington Redskins. She enjoyed spending time with her family and did extensive traveling. Survivors include: her sister, Anne P. Ryan and her husband John, of Guilderland; brothers, Dr. John J. Phelan, of Guilderland, David W. Phelan and his wife Jeanette, of Rotterdam and Peter K. Phelan, of Albany.
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By Luke Lavoie, llavoie@tribune.com | September 11, 2013
A woman was groped last week on an east Columbia footpath, marking the fourth similar type of sexual assault in that area in a four-week span, according to Howard County Police. Police believe all four incidents, on footpaths in Owen Brown and Long Reach, were committed by the same man. In the series of incidents, which occurred on Aug. 7, Aug. 9, Aug. 25 and Sept. 5, the suspect is described by police as a black man, 5 feet 10, between 150 and 170 pounds with short black hair and in his 20s. “We are taking our response to these incidents very seriously and have implemented a coordinated response including an increased patrol presence and a thorough criminal investigation,” police spokeswoman Mary T. Phelan said in a statement Tuesday.
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July 9, 2003
On July 3, 2003, KATHLEEN LAUGHERY PHELAN. She is survived by her husband John Phelan, her father Donald Laughery, her sister Lisa McKew and niece and nephew. A Memorial service will be held at St. Bartholomew Church, 4711 Edmondson Avenue, Friday, July 11, at 11 A.M. Family request in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Kathleen Laughery Phelan Memorial Fund at Goucher College, 1021 Dulaney Valley Road, Baltimore, MD 21204.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2013
Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold's defense attorneys will begin making their case Friday, arguing that his alleged use of county staff for personal errands and political gain does not amount to a crime. The move comes after prosecutors rested their case Thursday afternoon in the misconduct trial, having called more than a dozen witnesses over four days. State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt said he felt "good" about his case. Witnesses have included former officers on the protection detail who testified that they put up political signs, picked up campaign checks and dry cleaning, and ferried Leopold to sexual encounters with a female county employee.
NEWS
May 11, 2006
On May 8, 2006, A. VIRGINIA PHELAN (nee Paulus) beloved wife of the late Robert J. "Jack" Phelan, devoted mother of Robert J. Phelan Jr., Thomas K. Phelan, Daniel J. Phelan, Ellen V. Wallace, Mary E. Eilerman and Claire L. Williams, loving grandmother of Robert N. Phelan, Kelly V. Phelan, Erin C. Phelan, MDN Thomas K. Phelan Jr., Daniel S. Phelan, Katherine E. Phelan, Nancy A. Porter, Lauren J. Eilerman, Ryan D. Eilerman, Stephen J. Kaufman, Ellen F....
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September 16, 2003
On September 13, 2003 MARGARITE JAYNE PHELAN (nee O'Donnell), beloved wife of Walter D. Phelan, loving mother of Shawn and John Birrane; adoring grandmother of John Walter and Mary Camilla Birrane, William Birrane, Amanda and Casey Goodman, cherished great grandmother of Maisy, Justine Marie and Margarite Rose Birrane. Friends may call at the Sterling-Ashton-Schwab Funeral Home, Inc., 736 Edmondson Avenue (half mile west of beltway exit 14) on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Wednesday at St. Mark Catholic Church at 10 A.M. (in the Chapel)
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | January 3, 1996
Mount St. Mary's basketball coach Jim Phelan will be on the bench Saturday night when the team launches its Northeast Conference schedule against Long Island at Knott Arena.Phelan, 66, missed Saturday's 100-75 defeat at Tulane after going to the emergency room of a New Orleans hospital for what was diagnosed as flu and dehydration."I knew when he left for the bus to go down there he had the flu and wasn't feeling well," said Phelan's wife, Dottie. "But he's feeling better now, although he's not completely himself.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 2, 1999
NEW YORK -- Hip-hop music blared from a player's room. Cheerleaders spread hand-painted signs throughout the hallway. And Jim Phelan laid on the bed of his New Jersey hotel room 3 1/2 hours before last night's Northeast Conference final, wearing a white undershirt and Philadelphia Eagles sweat pants, resting his head in his hand.His bow tie could wait. Eight-hundred wins could wait. Forty-five years as a head coach, and a man is entitled to relax, even before a big game.Phelan was on the verge of two milestones -- his second Division I NCAA tournament bid, and his 800th career victory.
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By BILL TANTON | March 7, 1995
EMMITSBURG -- In its 187-year history, Mount St. Mary's has never created excitement like this.The Mount is the oldest independent Catholic college in the United States. It has produced countless successful alumni. In basketball, it won the NCAA Division II championship in 1962.But not until Sunday, when Mount St. Mary's defeated Rider, 69-62, to win the Northeast Conference championship and a spot in the NCAA Division I tournament -- and did it before a national television audience on ESPN -- did the Mount create a sensation from coast to coast.
NEWS
September 23, 2003
Margarite Jayne Phelan, a former model, department store buyer and Catonsville resident, died Sept. 13 at St. Elizabeth's Rehabilitation Center after a heart attack. She was 78. Margarite Jayne O'Donnell was born and raised in Waterbury, Conn., where she graduated from Notre Dame Academy. She went on to attend Edgewood Park, a finishing school in Briarcliff, N.Y. Moving to New York City, she joined the Powers Modeling Agency in the early 1940s, family members said. During World War II, she participated in U.S. Savings Bond drives with show-business stars such as Victor Mature and Lucille Ball.
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By From Sun staff reports | August 19, 2011
Former Mount St.Mary's men's basketball coach Jim Phelan will receive the Lapchick Character Award along with former Princeton men's coach Pete Carril and Virginia women's coach Debbie Ryan Nov. 17 in New York. Phelan won 830 games in 49 seasons at the Mount, the longest tenure at one school and the second-most all-time to Phog Allen 's 50 seasons. He led the Mountaineers to the Division II national championship in 1962 and four other Final Four appearances. After Mount St. Mary's moved to Division I, Phelan led the program to two NCAA tournament appearances.
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By Sports Digest | December 8, 2010
Colleges Mount St. Mary's Phelan, Rono make inaugural NEC Hall class Former Mount St. Mary's men's basketball coach Jim Phelan and Mount long distance runner Peter Rono are among eight charter members of the Northeast Conference Hall of Fame induction class announced Tuesday. Phelan, who was elected to the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in 2008, won 830 games at the Mount, ranking fifth all-time among NCAA Division I coaches; his 1,354 games coached is the all-time NCAA record.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | April 12, 2009
Without its leading scorer, the Navy men's lacrosse team needed a strong effort from its defense against archrival Army. The Midshipmen got their wish as senior goalkeeper Tommy Phelan headlined a spirited performance to help propel No. 12 Navy to an 8-4 victory over the visiting Black Knights in the first game of the Smartlink Day of Rivals doubleheader Saturday at M&T Bank Stadium. The Midshipmen produced their third-lowest output of the season playing without junior attackman Tim Paul (sprained left ankle)
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By RAY FRAGER | December 1, 2008
Mount St. Mary's@American 9 p.m. [MASN] The Mount is coming off Saturday's 78-69 victory over Boston University. Jeremy Goode (right) is leading the Mount in scoring at 20.3 per game and is also tops in assists at 4.3. Markus Mitchell is averaging nine rebounds. To honor the Mount, consider wearing a Jim Phelan bow tie while you watch.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | November 24, 2008
Phelan inducted into Hall of Fame COL. BASKETBALL Longtime Mount St. Mary's coach Jim Phelan was inducted into the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame in Kansas City, Mo., last night with a class that included Charles Barkley, former Kansas star Danny Manning and Arkansas coach Nolan Richardson. Former Utah All-American Arnie Ferrin also entered the hall, as did announcers Dick Vitale and Billy Packer as contributors. Phelan was famous for wearing a bow tie on the sideline while coaching 49 seasons at Mount St. Mary's.
SPORTS
By DAVID STEELE | April 10, 2008
It has been three days now, and the ground hasn't opened under the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Mass., and swallowed up the building. So the selection of Dick Vitale didn't turn out as apocalyptic as one would have thought. Still, Vitale is in the most prestigious of basketball shrines and Jim Phelan is not. Not even Vitale, in his moment of glory on Monday, could understand that. But he believes he can explain it. So can one of his new fellow enshrinees, John Thompson, a coach who, like Vitale, thinks Springfield has an obvious void.
SPORTS
By DAVID STEELE | March 12, 2008
There are plenty of good reasons to root for Mount St. Mary's tonight. If the Mountaineers beat Sacred Heart in the Northeast Conference tournament championship game, they'll reach the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1999, and the first time since a certain bow-tied iconic figure retired after 49 years at the school in 2003. But Milan Brown, Jim Phelan's replacement and former assistant, has one more for you. "If we're lucky enough to win [tonight] and advance," Brown said as he and his players bused to Fairfield, Conn.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN REPORTER | October 30, 2007
The Injured Workers' Insurance Fund, a quasi-state workers' compensation insurance provider, said yesterday that more than 30,000 of its policyholders will see a 5 percent reduction on average in their standard rates next year. IWIF customers will see a total savings of $13 million to $15 million, said Tom Phelan, the fund's president and chief executive officer. Moreover, 16 industries, including independent schools, new auto dealer franchises and printing businesses, will receive additional rate cuts.
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