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May 27, 1992
Steven J. Puls, a 1991 graduate of Cardinal Gibbons School, died Saturday in Inverness, Fla., where he was visiting, when the motorcycle on which he was riding skidded into a curb and hit a tree.A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Puls, 18, was being offered today at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, 2700 Washington Ave., Lansdowne.The Morrell Park resident was scheduled to be inducted into the Army July 28.Mr. Puls is survived by his mother, Barbara Bendermeyer of Morrell Park; his father, George Puls of Ellicott City; his stepfather, Edward L. Bendermeyer of Morrell Park; his stepmother, Patricia Puls of Ellicott City; a sister, Jennifer Puls of Morrell Park; a stepsister, Jennifer Bendermeyer of Ellicott City; two stepbrothers, C. J. Wolford II of Ellicott City and Charles Dwyer of Baltimore; his grandparents, Gloria and James Hogarty Sr. of Brooklyn Park and Eileen Puls of Catonsville; and his great grandparents, Molly and William Espey of Catonsville.
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The Baltimore Sun | December 3, 2012
US Lacrosse has named Stevenson men's lacrosse head coach   Paul Cantabene   and assistant coach   Tim Puls   as speakers at the US Lacrosse National Convention, which will take place Jan. 11-13 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. "US Lacrosse continues to focus on improving the quality of the lacrosse experience for all and bringing to the convention many of the sport's leaders in coaching and officiating to share their knowledge with colleagues at the youth and high school levels supports that focus," said Beth Porreca , director of special events at US Lacrosse.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | September 10, 1997
A New York man was convicted yesterday of stealing $20,000 paid by a Westminster auto mechanic and another man for a tow truck he failed to deliver.Vincent J. Decicco, 36, of Kensington, N.Y., will be sentenced Tuesday by Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Luke K. Burns Jr.A jury of four men and eight women deliberated about three hours before finding Decicco guilty of theft. The jury also found Decicco not guilty on a separate felony theft count involving another tow truck.According to prosecutor Edward J. Puls, David Stewart, of Stew's Automotive on Gorsuch Road, planned to purchase a large tow truck from Decicco, who had advertised in a trade journal.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2012
Loyola women's lacrosse coach Jen Adams has been chosen as the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association's Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year for the second time, as announced today by the organization. This spring, Adams turned what could have been a rebuilding year for Loyola into one of the most successful seasons ever for the Greyhounds. Despite losing 73 percent of its scoring from 2011, Loyola won its second straight Big East Conference title - knocking off then-No.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | October 16, 1991
A part-time victim assistance expert has begun working with the Howard County Police Department. Creation of the 10-hour-a-week position is the department's first effort to devote resources specifically to victim services.Cassie Puls, who has 10 years of experience working with crime victims, initially will focus on elderly crime victims and robbery victims. The job, which she began last week, is funded bya $9,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Justice.Before coming to Howard County, Puls was the statewide coordinator for victim services.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff | May 13, 1991
The Essex Community College lacrosse program has come a long way since the day when then assistant coach Tim Puls squirmed through a 25-4 loss to Anne Arundel.In his 10th season as the Knights' head coach, Puls can't go any higher than his team did Saturday, when Essex completed a 16-0 season by becoming the first Maryland team to win the National Junior College Athletic Association lacrosse championship. The 20-19 overtime victory over Herkimer County (N.Y.) was the first NJCAA title for an Essex men's team since 1974, when the Knights ruled in soccer.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1998
The former manager and vice president of Carroll County Airport surrendered yesterday on multiple theft charges -- part of a continuing state and federal investigation into shortages of parts, falsified records and improperly documented work that led to at least one emergency crash landing, according to the Carroll County state's attorney's office.Thomas Peter Scarborough, 38, of Biglerville, Pa., a licensed aircraft inspector and mechanic, was released without bail yesterday after surrendering on an arrest warrant, Assistant State's Attorney Edward Puls said.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | June 5, 1998
A 14-year-old boy from Liberty High School who was charged last week with pointing a weapon at another boy was in a gang, authorities said yesterday, one of four that they have identified in Carroll County."
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | April 23, 1992
Defending champion Essex Community College has clinched a sixth consecutive berth in the National Junior College Athletic Association lacrosse tournament May 8-9.Essex (7-2) earned the trip to Farmingdale, N.Y., by beating Catonsville, Harford and Anne Arundel community colleges to wrap up the Maryland junior college title."We didn't play well early in the season," said Essex coach Tim Puls. "We had some guys who thought that all they had to do was step on the field and they'd win. We got that straightened out with some role changes and by impressing on the players that it takes a lot of hard work to win lacrosse games."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | March 1, 1992
Essex Community College's lacrosse players turned green with envy when they saw those rings given to the champions.That was two years ago, after Essex bowed to Nassau (N.Y.) CC in the National Junior College Athletic Association championship game. The Nassau players left with rings. The Essex players left runners-up."The kids came back here hungry," said Essex coach Tim Puls. "They saw the rings the champions wore and wanted them. They put a picture of the awards ceremony in our locker room.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and By Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | December 23, 2001
Meaghan Puls played soccer each fall, lacrosse each spring, and each winter, her game was basketball, the sport both her mom and dad had competed in during college. Basketball, everyone said, was her favorite. In fact, her coach of about five years said Meaghan might have been emerging right now as a high school standout in basketball at Seton Keough in southwest Baltimore, the same school her mother had attended. But it wasn't to be. Instead, a small basketball tournament, the second Resurrection Christmas Classic, will honor her memory Saturday and Sunday.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2001
Meghan Carroll Puls, a junior at Seton Keough High School who excelled at basketball in scholastic and league play, died Tuesday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center of head injuries from a Sept. 18 traffic accident. She was 16 and lived in Ellicott City. Miss Puls also played soccer and lacrosse, but basketball was her favorite sport, said her father, G. Timothy Puls, lacrosse coach at the Essex campus of the Community College of Baltimore County. "She was big in basketball. She was the captain of the Seton Keough junior varsity team as a freshman and they won the IAAM [Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland]
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | June 5, 1998
A 14-year-old boy from Liberty High School who was charged last week with pointing a weapon at another boy was in a gang, authorities said yesterday, one of four that they have identified in Carroll County."
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1998
The former manager and vice president of Carroll County Airport surrendered yesterday on multiple theft charges -- part of a continuing state and federal investigation into shortages of parts, falsified records and improperly documented work that led to at least one emergency crash landing, according to the Carroll County state's attorney's office.Thomas Peter Scarborough, 38, of Biglerville, Pa., a licensed aircraft inspector and mechanic, was released without bail yesterday after surrendering on an arrest warrant, Assistant State's Attorney Edward Puls said.
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October 28, 1997
A New Windsor man was placed on three years of supervised probation after pleading guilty yesterday to punching one child in the face and pushing another.Both victims are now his step-children, prosecutor Edward J. Puls said.The defendant, 24, is not being identified to protect the privacy of the children and their mother, who married the man after child abuse charges were filed against him in two unrelated incidents in March.The man entered an Alford plea, which means he did not admit guilt but conceded the evidence was against him.According to the plea agreement, Puls said, all other charges involving four siblings -- then ages 7 to 11 -- will be dropped.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | September 10, 1997
A New York man was convicted yesterday of stealing $20,000 paid by a Westminster auto mechanic and another man for a tow truck he failed to deliver.Vincent J. Decicco, 36, of Kensington, N.Y., will be sentenced Tuesday by Carroll County Circuit Court Judge Luke K. Burns Jr.A jury of four men and eight women deliberated about three hours before finding Decicco guilty of theft. The jury also found Decicco not guilty on a separate felony theft count involving another tow truck.According to prosecutor Edward J. Puls, David Stewart, of Stew's Automotive on Gorsuch Road, planned to purchase a large tow truck from Decicco, who had advertised in a trade journal.
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By Chrissy King and Chrissy King,Evening Sun Staff | May 10, 1991
Tim Puls is a happy man these days. His Essex Community College men's lacrosse team is 13-0 and seeded first going into the National Junior College Athletic Association tournament, today and tomorrow at Catonsville Community College.The Knights finished the regular season undefeated for the first time in school history, winning their fourth straight Region XX championship along the way.As if that were not enough, the Knights have been ranked first in the national junior college poll since the second week of the season.
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By Rona Hirsch and Rona Hirsch,Staff writer | May 19, 1991
A hearing Wednesday organized by the State Board of Victim Services could lead to more support for local crime victims, who some say are often victimized again as their cases proceed through the criminal justice system.The hearing, before five board representatives at the Howard Building in Ellicott City, was the 10th in a series that began last April to assess the needs of crime victims throughout 24 jurisdictions in Maryland.Of those jurisdictions, only 15 offer victim services units. And out of those 15, Howard County ranks lowest in staffing.
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May 27, 1992
Steven J. Puls, a 1991 graduate of Cardinal Gibbons School, died Saturday in Inverness, Fla., where he was visiting, when the motorcycle on which he was riding skidded into a curb and hit a tree.A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Puls, 18, was being offered today at St. Clement's Roman Catholic Church, 2700 Washington Ave., Lansdowne.The Morrell Park resident was scheduled to be inducted into the Army July 28.Mr. Puls is survived by his mother, Barbara Bendermeyer of Morrell Park; his father, George Puls of Ellicott City; his stepfather, Edward L. Bendermeyer of Morrell Park; his stepmother, Patricia Puls of Ellicott City; a sister, Jennifer Puls of Morrell Park; a stepsister, Jennifer Bendermeyer of Ellicott City; two stepbrothers, C. J. Wolford II of Ellicott City and Charles Dwyer of Baltimore; his grandparents, Gloria and James Hogarty Sr. of Brooklyn Park and Eileen Puls of Catonsville; and his great grandparents, Molly and William Espey of Catonsville.
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By James H. Jackson and James H. Jackson,Staff Writer | April 23, 1992
Defending champion Essex Community College has clinched a sixth consecutive berth in the National Junior College Athletic Association lacrosse tournament May 8-9.Essex (7-2) earned the trip to Farmingdale, N.Y., by beating Catonsville, Harford and Anne Arundel community colleges to wrap up the Maryland junior college title."We didn't play well early in the season," said Essex coach Tim Puls. "We had some guys who thought that all they had to do was step on the field and they'd win. We got that straightened out with some role changes and by impressing on the players that it takes a lot of hard work to win lacrosse games."
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