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March 21, 1993
Geraldine Marie Mishev, a senior at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, has been selected as a state recipient of the Amateur Athletic Union/MARS Milky Way High School All-American Award for academic, athletic and community service achievements.*Stephen D. Cohen, professor of International Service at American University in Washington, recently received the "Distinguished Professor" award by the Phi Kappa Phi.*Leza Collins of Baltimore was among the outstanding high school students from across the nation selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference held last month in Washington.
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May 24, 2013
STEVENSON UNIVERSITY: Stevenson University's Relay for Life Committee, comprised of 26 students, celebrates a tremendous turn out for this year's event to support the American Cancer Society. The following THREE students were granted an achievement for participating in community service at Stevenson University: Elaina LoPresti of Kingsville, Stephen Nyitrai of Bel Air and Benjamin Tucker of Aberdeen. THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI: The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines: Nichole Schulz of Stewartstown, Pa., at Elon University, Brittinay Nicolette of Fallston at Lynchburg College; Trevor Hirsch of Bel Air at Salisbury University; Faith Reilly of Bel Air at Salisbury University; Bethany-Kate McBee of Fallston at Salisbury University; Danika Nolan of Forest Hill at Salisbury University; Carlee Loeser of Jarrettsville at Salisbury University; Jeannine Mason of Bel Air at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Tylynn Pettrey of Joppa at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Matthew Morkosky of Joppa at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Candice Mitchell of Belcamp at University of Maryland University College; Vincent Tucciarella of Forest Hill at University of Maryland University College; Katherine Garnet of Parkville at University of Maryland University College; and Carrie Rizer of Bel Air at University...
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January 26, 2005
On January 23, 2005, ERNEST F. PRATT, beloved father of Lois P. Dyer; devoted husband of the late Yolanda Pratt. He was born in 1914 on a dairy farm in Webster, WI, he worked his way through college earning a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Redlands in CA, a Masters Degree from Oregon State College and a Ph.D. from University of Michigan in 1942. He worked three years as a Research Chemist at Hercules Powder Co. in DE and joined the Chemistry faculty at University of Maryland in College Park in 1945.
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May 4, 2012
  University of Evansville archaeology major Nathan Biondi, of Ellicott City, will travel to Israel this summer as part of the Jezreel Expedition, an archaeological project co-sponsored by the university. Beverly Frimpong, daughter of Charity Marfo and Baah Frimpong, of Savage, and a graduate of Long Reach High School, participated in a Spring Break trip to Japan, as part of her Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy class at Washington College. Frimpong majors in political science and philosophy, and minors in African/black studies.
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May 24, 2013
STEVENSON UNIVERSITY: Stevenson University's Relay for Life Committee, comprised of 26 students, celebrates a tremendous turn out for this year's event to support the American Cancer Society. The following THREE students were granted an achievement for participating in community service at Stevenson University: Elaina LoPresti of Kingsville, Stephen Nyitrai of Bel Air and Benjamin Tucker of Aberdeen. THE HONOR SOCIETY OF PHI KAPPA PHI: The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines: Nichole Schulz of Stewartstown, Pa., at Elon University, Brittinay Nicolette of Fallston at Lynchburg College; Trevor Hirsch of Bel Air at Salisbury University; Faith Reilly of Bel Air at Salisbury University; Bethany-Kate McBee of Fallston at Salisbury University; Danika Nolan of Forest Hill at Salisbury University; Carlee Loeser of Jarrettsville at Salisbury University; Jeannine Mason of Bel Air at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Tylynn Pettrey of Joppa at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Matthew Morkosky of Joppa at University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Candice Mitchell of Belcamp at University of Maryland University College; Vincent Tucciarella of Forest Hill at University of Maryland University College; Katherine Garnet of Parkville at University of Maryland University College; and Carrie Rizer of Bel Air at University...
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February 12, 2006
On February 8, 2006, EARL E. CLARK, JR., age 70, of Parrish, FL, formerly a resident of Bel Air, MD. Earl retired from the Baltimore City Public School System in 1993 after serving 30 years as a vocational teacher and administrator. Earl was an alumni of the University of Maryland and Florida State University. He was a member of Phi Delta Kappa Educational Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Florida State University Manatee Seminole Club. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, the former Carolyn Brookhart; his son, Scott, of Tampa, FL and two daughters, Sheryl Metzbower, of Hunt Valley, Cathi Kreis, of Gainsville, VA and four grandchildren.
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May 31, 2011
Vanessa Junkin, daughter of Valerie Junkin of Hampstead, and George Junkin of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., has received the Achievement Key Award at the 2011 Spring Honors Convocation at Salisbury University. The Achievement Key award is presented by the University Honors Convocation Committee, and is based on scholarship and campus service. Junkin is a senior majoring in communication arts. She is editor in chief of The Flyer student newspaper, and a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Eta Sigma and the Thomas E. Bellavance Honors Program.
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January 16, 1992
Glen E. Gordon, a prize-winning chemist and professor at the University of Maryland, died Monday of pneumonia at a hospital in Washington. He was 56.Services for Dr. Gordon were being held today at Northwood Presbyterian Church in Silver Spring. A service also will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the chapel on the university's College Park campus.He joined the College Park faculty in 1969 and became known first for studies in nuclear fission and then for his use of nuclear techniques of chemical analysis to identify air pollutants.
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May 4, 2012
  University of Evansville archaeology major Nathan Biondi, of Ellicott City, will travel to Israel this summer as part of the Jezreel Expedition, an archaeological project co-sponsored by the university. Beverly Frimpong, daughter of Charity Marfo and Baah Frimpong, of Savage, and a graduate of Long Reach High School, participated in a Spring Break trip to Japan, as part of her Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy class at Washington College. Frimpong majors in political science and philosophy, and minors in African/black studies.
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July 3, 1991
Gerald W. Hopple, an expert on computer operations and national security and an associate professor at George Mason University, collapsed and died Friday at his home in Washington.Services for Dr. Hopple, who was 42, were being held today at the Connelly funeral establishment, 300 Mace Ave., Essex.He was an associate professor of information systems and systems engineering since 1987 at George Mason, where he earlier lectured on national security and international relations. He also taught at the Defense Intelligence College and at the University of Maryland, where he lectured on national security after serving as an assistant professor.
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May 31, 2011
Vanessa Junkin, daughter of Valerie Junkin of Hampstead, and George Junkin of New Smyrna Beach, Fla., has received the Achievement Key Award at the 2011 Spring Honors Convocation at Salisbury University. The Achievement Key award is presented by the University Honors Convocation Committee, and is based on scholarship and campus service. Junkin is a senior majoring in communication arts. She is editor in chief of The Flyer student newspaper, and a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Lambda Eta Sigma and the Thomas E. Bellavance Honors Program.
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February 12, 2006
On February 8, 2006, EARL E. CLARK, JR., age 70, of Parrish, FL, formerly a resident of Bel Air, MD. Earl retired from the Baltimore City Public School System in 1993 after serving 30 years as a vocational teacher and administrator. Earl was an alumni of the University of Maryland and Florida State University. He was a member of Phi Delta Kappa Educational Society, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society and Florida State University Manatee Seminole Club. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, the former Carolyn Brookhart; his son, Scott, of Tampa, FL and two daughters, Sheryl Metzbower, of Hunt Valley, Cathi Kreis, of Gainsville, VA and four grandchildren.
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January 26, 2005
On January 23, 2005, ERNEST F. PRATT, beloved father of Lois P. Dyer; devoted husband of the late Yolanda Pratt. He was born in 1914 on a dairy farm in Webster, WI, he worked his way through college earning a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Redlands in CA, a Masters Degree from Oregon State College and a Ph.D. from University of Michigan in 1942. He worked three years as a Research Chemist at Hercules Powder Co. in DE and joined the Chemistry faculty at University of Maryland in College Park in 1945.
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March 21, 1993
Geraldine Marie Mishev, a senior at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, has been selected as a state recipient of the Amateur Athletic Union/MARS Milky Way High School All-American Award for academic, athletic and community service achievements.*Stephen D. Cohen, professor of International Service at American University in Washington, recently received the "Distinguished Professor" award by the Phi Kappa Phi.*Leza Collins of Baltimore was among the outstanding high school students from across the nation selected to attend the National Young Leaders Conference held last month in Washington.
NEWS
January 16, 1992
Glen E. Gordon, a prize-winning chemist and professor at the University of Maryland, died Monday of pneumonia at a hospital in Washington. He was 56.Services for Dr. Gordon were being held today at Northwood Presbyterian Church in Silver Spring. A service also will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the chapel on the university's College Park campus.He joined the College Park faculty in 1969 and became known first for studies in nuclear fission and then for his use of nuclear techniques of chemical analysis to identify air pollutants.
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July 3, 1991
Services for Gerald W. Hopple, an expert on computer operations and national security and an associate professor at George Mason University, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Connelly Funeral Home, 300 Mace Ave., Essex.Dr. Hopple, who was 42, collapsed and died Friday at his home in Washington.He was an associate professor of information systems and systems engineering since 1987 at George Mason where he earlier lectured on national security and international relations. He also taught at the Defense Intelligence College and at the University of Maryland, where he lectured on national security after serving as an assistant professor.
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July 8, 1991
Services for Robert M. Rivello, a retired engineering professor at the University of Maryland at College Park, were held Wednesday at the Bethesda Presbyterian Church.Mr. Rivello, who lived in Potomac, died of cancer June 28 at the Georgetown University Hospital. He was 70.Born in Washington, he graduated from McKinley High School and received his bachelor of science and master's degrees in mechanical engineering from the University of Maryland. He served in the Air Force during World War II and the Korean War.He joined the staff at College Park in 1946.
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