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December 31, 2003
On December 30, 2003 RANDY HOWARD, SR.; beloved husband of Kathleen Hockenbrock; devoted father of Randy, Jr. and Kimberly Hockenbrock; loving son of Geraldine Hockenbrock; loving brother of Bob and Gene Hockenbrock, Connie Brohawn, Cindy Schaub, Dawn Manuel and Linda Bafitis. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd., on Friday 7 to 9 P.M. where services will be held at 8 P.M.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 2, 2014
Maryland announced on Thursday that football season ticket sales have increased 25 percent since last year. That means coach Randy Edsall will receive a $100,000 bonus, according to Edsall's contract. Edsall signed a six-year deal with the Terps in 2011 that is worth $2 million annually. Among the incentives in the contract is a $100,000 bonus if Maryland's season ticket sales increase 25 percent or more in a year. In addition to season ticket sales, the Terps' overall attendance is up 25 percent from last season, the biggest increase of any school within the Power 5 conferences.
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March 15, 2005
On March 9, 2005, Rev. RANDY PARHAM SR.; loving husband of Charlotte Parham. He is also survived by daughters Tearsa Rease, Shavon Parham, Tavia Jones and goddaughter Renee Mc Intyre. He is also survived by loving mother Gladys Parham; sisters Gladys Brady, Cathy Murphy, Jill Johnson; brothers Jack Parham and Steven Lambert; four grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue, on Wednesday after 8 A.M. The family will receive friends on Thursday in Huber Memorial Church, 5701 York Road at 10 A.M., services at 11. See www.marchfh.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 1, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -  On Saturday, Michigan coach Brady Hoke failed to immediately remove quarterback Shane Morris from the Wolverines' game against Minnesota despite Morris displaying concussion-like symptoms after a blow to the head. He then allowed Morris to re-enter the game a few plays later before finally being pulled from the game for good. In the days since, Hoke and Michigan have been the target of heavy criticism on a national level, and it did not help that Wolverines athletic director Dave Brandon acknowledged in a statement sent out early Tuesday morning that Morris has since been diagnosed with a probable mild concussion . Without critiquing Hoke or Michigan, Terps coach Randy Edsall laid out the team's concussion protocol Tuesday when asked how Maryland approaches players who display concussion-like symptoms.
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By Ed Heard and Ivan Penn and Ed Heard and Ivan Penn,Sun Staff Writers | February 23, 1994
He was as familiar as road signs or street names to Howard County motorists. If you commuted to work, drove to the mall or picked up the kids at school, Walkin' Randy was everywhere and anywhere.Randy Christopher Sands, 37, who friends say found freedom in walking, was found dead on Valentine's Day in his Columbia apartment. County police, unsure how he died, are awaiting a medical examiner's report."I think Howard County as a whole has lost a little bit of its character with Randy," said Andrea Ingram, executive director of the Grassroots homeless shelter, which had been looking after him during the past 4 1/2 years.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | November 7, 1999
Fred Flintstone was there. So were Uncle Sam, the Grim Reaper and Marilyn Monroe. An alien from a far-off planet dropped in. Even Miss America 1994 made an appearance.It seems nobody wanted to miss Loretta Metzler and Randy Bruner's wedding. Seven years in the planning, the costumed affair was held, appropriately enough, on Halloween. Loretta and Randy chose a Halloween episode of one of their favorite television series, "Beauty and the Beast," as the theme for their wedding, deciding the day would be complete only if they dressed the part.
NEWS
July 17, 2003
On July 11, 2003, RANDOLPH "Randy" E. KELLAM, at Bon Secours Hospital after a brief illness. Randy was the owner of the R.E. Kellam Welding Company. He was born in Accomack County, VA and moved to Baltimore in 1952. He worked at the Bethlehem Steel Company in a variety of positions including Ship Fitter and Industrial Relations Specialist. In 1979 he retired and started his own business, which he continued to operate until his recent illness. Randy is survived by his wife, Selma, daughters Iris Adams and Sophia Claggett, a granddaughter, Cierra Claggett and sons-in-law Lionel Adams and Kenny Claggett.
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By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | June 20, 1996
At 17, Randolph S. Albright already has won several awards for his photography, taken pictures in Europe and Russia, and had two of his creations purchased by a Hollywood celebrity.Not bad for a guy who received a D in a high school photography class."Let's just say I had aesthetic differences with the teacher," said Randy, who recently graduated from Baltimore County's Carver Center for Arts and Technology in Towson.Randy, who lives in Reisterstown, was named an outstanding arts student in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.
SPORTS
March 9, 2007
On Orioles pitcher Daniel Cabrera While he'll probably never be another Randy [Johnson] ... he has outstanding stuff and great potential. Now let's see him duplicate the effort all year long when the season starts. It looks like he is definitely being aggressive in the strike zone and continuing to get good results.
SPORTS
September 12, 2000
Quote: "It'll be a tough assignment, no question. Arizona is a good club and Randy, obviously, is a good pitcher." - Atlanta pitcher Tom Glavine on facing Randy Johnson Friday in a quest for his 20th victory. It's a fact: The Philadelphia Phillies, Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates are the first three major-league teams to be eliminated from postseason competition. Who's hot: St Louis pitcher Garrett Stephenson (16-8) won for the fifth time in his last six decisions last night. Who's not: Pedro Astacio gave up six runs on six hit in 1 1/3 innings in a loss Sunday.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 30, 2014
The University of Connecticut has completed fundraising for a memorial in honor of former Huskies cornerback Jasper Howard, who was killed at an on-campus dance in 2009. The “lead gift” for the memorial came from Maryland's Randy Edsall, who was Howard's coach at Connecticut. “Jasper Howard represented everything that is good about college athletics,” Edsall said in a statement released by Connecticut. “He loved being a student-athlete at UConn. His tragic death had a bonding reaction with the entire UConn community that none of us will ever forget for the rest of our lives.” Former Connecticut players, as well as Huskies fans from around the country, contributed towards constructing the statue as well.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 18, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- For Maryland, Saturday's game at Syracuse is a chance to get back on track after last week's loss to West Virginia and an opportunity to move to 3-1 heading into Big Ten play. But for Terps coach Randy Edsall , it is also a return to his alma mater. Edsall was a quarterback at Syracuse from 1976-79. He then began his coaching career at Syracuse as a graduate assistant 1980 and spent 11 seasons on the Orange's staff before moving on to Boston College in 1991.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 14, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - On a typical Saturday night after a game, Maryland coach Randy Edsall will sit in his home office and break down the film, going through and analyzing each play while also grading the performance of each player. And whether it was from home or from his office inside Gossett Team House, Edsall spent Saturday night evaluating the film of the Terps ' loss to West Virginia on Saturday afternoon. What he saw? A lot of mistakes and missed opportunities that led to Maryland falling behind, 28-6, early and eventually losing, 40-37.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | September 1, 2014
It's customary for coaches to give out game balls after a win -- usually one to a defensive player, one to an offensive player and then one to a special teams player. But Maryland coach Randy Edsall gave out 12 after the Terps' 52-7 win over James Madison on Saturday -- one to a defensive player (L.A. Goree), one to safety Sean Davis for his work on special teams and then 10 to the players whose blocking he felt helped the Terps rush for 285 yards and five touchdowns. Those players were: left tackle Michael Dunn, left guard Silvano Altamirano, center Sal Conaboy, right guard Andrew Zeller, right tackle Ryan Doyle, tight end Andrew Isaacs, fullback Kenneth Goins Jr. (Gilman)
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 19, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- Two of Randy Edsall's primary concerns entering preseason practice remain two of the coach's top concerns as Maryland now gets ready to wrap up camp: Depth at cornerback and depth along the offensive line. “[Those are] probably the two positions I would like to have more depth,” Edsall said. At cornerback, the Terrapins have sophomore Will Likely, junior Alvin Hill and senior Jeremiah Johnson, a top three Edsall and defensive coordinator Brian Stewart have voiced confidence in. But the players behind those three lack experience.
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 19, 2014
COLLEGE PARK -- Maryland will scrimmage Wednesday before wrapping up preseason practice Thursday, but Tuesday's morning session was the last practice of camp that was open to the media. Here are some notes: * Coach Randy Edsall reiterated that Brandon Ross is Maryland's top running back. He also said Albert Reid is currently No. 2 on the depth chart, while Wes Brown is No. 3. “We are going to continue to look at it and continue to evaluate it,” Edsall said. “We've got a couple more days here, and we'll see where it all shakes out. Those guys are working hard and doing a good job. Hopefully they can continue to do that.” * Edsall was highly complimentary of senior outside linebacker Matt Robinson.
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By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Sun Staff Writer | April 12, 1994
Randy Shircel, a student at the Howard School of Technology, is well on his way to realizing his dream of opening his own four-star restaurant.The 18-year-old Elkridge student will compete in the National High School Recipe Contest this weekend with 19 others at the Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island, the world's largest culinary arts school. The top prize: A full scholarship to the prestigious school, worth more than $37,000 over four years."I'm nervous and excited," Randy said.More than 500 students from across the United States submitted recipes in hopes of being picked as one of 20 finalists in the three-day cook-off contest, which has two categories: dinner for four, and desserts.
NEWS
November 24, 2006
There's very little about learning that goes on in school. A lot of it is being still, being quiet, not talking to your neighbor, not moving around too much. Especially if you're a boy, it's lethal." - RANDY KARR, a parent who enrolled her son in the experimental Brooklyn Free School in New York that allows kids to set the schedule and devise classes without tests and homework. ASSOCIATED PRESS
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By Matt Zenitz and Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 7, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - In a historic move, the NCAA's Division I Board of Directors voted Thursday to grant its five power conferences the right to make many of their own rules. The decision has to survive a 60-day override period. If it does, changes could go into effect as early as January. Student-athletes likely will be the primary beneficiaries. Paying athletes will remain off limits. But the Atlantic Coast, Big Ten, Big 12, Pacific-12 and Southeastern conferences are expected to find ways to provide more money to athletes, either through bigger scholarships or stipends to better help cover the cost of college living.
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By Matt Zenitz, Baltimore Sun Media Group | August 6, 2014
COLLEGE PARK - Nothing has been said. Deon Long has just seen the unmistakable looks of disgust Maryland coach Randy Edsall gives him whenever Long makes a mistake. The wide receiver said he was better and sharper Wednesday compared to the first two sessions of preseason practice for the Terrapins. But even he acknowledged that he has had a lackluster start to camp. Long uncharacteristically dropped passes during the first two practices. He jumped offsides twice Monday and Tuesday, which drew some of those looks from Edsall.
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