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August 23, 2007
Walter Ray Huff Jr., an insurance executive and former state delegate, died Monday of pancreatic cancer at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. The longtime Pasadena resident was 72. Mr. Huff was born and raised in Washington, where he graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1953. He served in the Navy from 1953 to 1956. In 1960, Mr. Huff established W. Ray Huff & Associates, a Pasadena insurance agency. He had not retired at his death, family members said. His professional memberships included the Anne Arundel County Independent Insurance Agents, and Life Underwriters.
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NEWS
August 23, 2007
Walter Ray Huff Jr., an insurance executive and former state delegate, died Monday of pancreatic cancer at Baltimore Washington Medical Center. The longtime Pasadena resident was 72. Mr. Huff was born and raised in Washington, where he graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in 1953. He served in the Navy from 1953 to 1956. In 1960, Mr. Huff established W. Ray Huff & Associates, a Pasadena insurance agency. He had not retired at his death, family members said. His professional memberships included the Anne Arundel County Independent Insurance Agents, and Life Underwriters.
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NEWS
May 22, 1992
District 31 Del. Joan Cadden's name was omitted from a letter that ran in the May 20 issue of The Anne Arundel County Sun.The delegate co-wrote the letter, which concerned the Marley Creek improvement project, with District 31 Dels. Charles Kolodziejski and W. Ray Huff.
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By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,Sun reporter | August 6, 2007
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- As the Orioles packed their bags in the visiting clubhouse and headed home last night, nobody was less enthusiastic to leave Tropicana Field than Aubrey Huff. The designated hitter-first baseman broke out of a slump in a big way in the three-game series, going 6-for-12 with two home runs, four RBIs and four runs against the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Yesterday, Huff finished a triple shy of his second cycle of the season, going 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs. "He's become a Rays killer, huh?"
NEWS
January 8, 1992
SenatorPhilip C. JimenoDemocratChairman of the five-member Senate delegation, memberof the Senate since 1985Committee: Judicial Proceedings and Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative ReviewAge: 45Profession: Insurance agentHometown: Brooklyn ParkAnnapolis office: 305 James Building, Annapolis, 21401Phone: 841-3658DelegateJoan CaddenDemocratMember of the House since 1991Committee: Constitutional and Administrative LawAge: 50Profession: Self-employed...
NEWS
September 11, 1990
County ExecutiveRobert R. Neall (R)..... Theodore Sophocleus (D).....County CouncilDistrict 1George F. Bachman (D)Gerald P. Starr (R)District 2Daniel Klosterman (D)Ernest Michaelson (R)District 3Thomas C. Henderson (D)Carl G. Holland (R)District 4David G. Boschert (D)District 5Michael May (D)Diane R. Evans (R)District 6Glenwood Gibbs (R)District 7Virginia Clagett (D)William Boehm (R)State LegislatureDistrict 29Senate:Denzil L. Pritchard (R)District 30House:John Astle (D)Edith Segree (D)Barbara Neustadt (D)
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | January 13, 1992
By locking out Republican lawmakers, Delegate Michael Busch closed the door on W. Ray Huff's bid to become chairman of the Anne Arundel County House contingent.Busch, an Annapolis Democrat, was re-elected, 10-0, Thursday as chairman. The county's three Republican delegates abstained in protest.The real decision, Republican Delegate John Gary complained, was made earlier in a closed-door caucus where the delegation's 10 Democrats deadlocked, 5-5."If they had brought it out to the full delegation without going back into the caucus, Ray Huff would be chairman right now," said Gary of Millersville.
NEWS
October 31, 1990
The key issues that will confront Anne Arundel County's delegation in the next General Assembly involve choices about the environment, growth and transportation.In the 30th District Senate contest, two-term incumbent Gerald Winegrad is easily the stronger candidate. In the House races, we support Democratic incumbent Del. John Astle and newcomer Edith Segree, an environmentalist with experience as legislative aide on the County Council. For the third seat, we recommend Aris Allen, a former Republican state senator and candidate for lieutenant governor.
NEWS
September 23, 1990
From: Robert G. PepersackCandidate for sheriffI would like to take this opportunity to thank you, the voting public, for exercising your rights as voters by participating in the election process. Your overwhelming support of my campaign for county sheriff is gratifying to both me and my supporters.We have worked long and hard for this primary election victory and, thanks to you, are well on our way to victory in the November general election.It is obvious that the current sheriff's excessive tenure in office is coming to an end and that the citizens of this county are ready for a law enforcement professional in the office of sheriff.
NEWS
November 3, 1994
The Maryland League of Conservation Voters has listed two Anne Arundel Republicans among the state's "least credible environmental candidates."The league, the political arm of environmental groups across the state, ranked state Del. Phillip D. Bissett of Edgewater and delegate candidate Robert Baldwin of Crownsville among the state's "dirty half-dozen" with GOP gubernatorial candidate Ellen R. Sauerbrey.The group criticizes Mr. Baldwin for his position in the family business, Reliable Contracting, which is planning construction on the Jabez Branch, a small stream in Gambrills.
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By Elise Armacost | February 23, 1997
THAT NEW ENGLAND Journal of Medicine article about the hazards of talking on car phones while driving sounded familiar when I read about it last week. I could swear I heard somebody sounding this warning before. Who was it? Then I remembered.Stokes.A couple of years ago an obscure former state delegate named Charles W. Stokes Kolodziejski, a nice old guy from blue-collar Carvel Beach in northern Anne Arundel County, sponsored a bill prohibiting drivers from holding car phones while they're moving.
NEWS
December 4, 1994
Hospital names Wells senior managerNorth Arundel Hospital has named Michael Wells as senior manager of the Department of Plant Operations.He will be responsible for the department's daily operations, including personnel management, budget development and construction.Mr. Wells, who is affiliated with the Chesapeake Society of Hospital Engineering and the American Hospital Association, is working toward an electrical engineering degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore.He worked previously as a master electrician with the Johns Hopkins Medical Services.
NEWS
November 3, 1994
The Maryland League of Conservation Voters has listed two Anne Arundel Republicans among the state's "least credible environmental candidates."The league, the political arm of environmental groups across the state, ranked state Del. Phillip D. Bissett of Edgewater and delegate candidate Robert Baldwin of Crownsville among the state's "dirty half-dozen" with GOP gubernatorial candidate Ellen R. Sauerbrey.The group criticizes Mr. Baldwin for his position in the family business, Reliable Contracting, which is planning construction on the Jabez Branch, a small stream in Gambrills.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | June 18, 1993
Four 31st District Republicans with their eyes on the State House have banded together and thrown down the gauntlet for next year's race for the General Assembly.The ticket -- which bills itself as "Four for 94" -- promises an aggressive campaign against the Democratic incumbents. The four contenders are Pasadena residents Joseph "Jack" Feehley, who is running for Senate, and Brian G. Brooks, John F. McGahagan III and James J. Riley, all candidates for the House of Delegates.Along with the standard political rhetoric accusing the incumbents of political incompetence, the four have got some ideas that might start some spirited debate.
NEWS
May 22, 1992
District 31 Del. Joan Cadden's name was omitted from a letter that ran in the May 20 issue of The Anne Arundel County Sun.The delegate co-wrote the letter, which concerned the Marley Creek improvement project, with District 31 Dels. Charles Kolodziejski and W. Ray Huff.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | January 13, 1992
By locking out Republican lawmakers, Delegate Michael Busch closed the door on W. Ray Huff's bid to become chairman of the Anne Arundel County House contingent.Busch, an Annapolis Democrat, was re-elected, 10-0, Thursday as chairman. The county's three Republican delegates abstained in protest.The real decision, Republican Delegate John Gary complained, was made earlier in a closed-door caucus where the delegation's 10 Democrats deadlocked, 5-5."If they had brought it out to the full delegation without going back into the caucus, Ray Huff would be chairman right now," said Gary of Millersville.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | June 18, 1993
Four 31st District Republicans with their eyes on the State House have banded together and thrown down the gauntlet for next year's race for the General Assembly.The ticket -- which bills itself as "Four for 94" -- promises an aggressive campaign against the Democratic incumbents. The four contenders are Pasadena residents Joseph "Jack" Feehley, who is running for Senate, and Brian G. Brooks, John F. McGahagan III and James J. Riley, all candidates for the House of Delegates.Along with the standard political rhetoric accusing the incumbents of political incompetence, the four have got some ideas that might start some spirited debate.
NEWS
December 4, 1994
Hospital names Wells senior managerNorth Arundel Hospital has named Michael Wells as senior manager of the Department of Plant Operations.He will be responsible for the department's daily operations, including personnel management, budget development and construction.Mr. Wells, who is affiliated with the Chesapeake Society of Hospital Engineering and the American Hospital Association, is working toward an electrical engineering degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore.He worked previously as a master electrician with the Johns Hopkins Medical Services.
NEWS
January 8, 1992
SenatorPhilip C. JimenoDemocratChairman of the five-member Senate delegation, memberof the Senate since 1985Committee: Judicial Proceedings and Joint Committee on Administrative, Executive and Legislative ReviewAge: 45Profession: Insurance agentHometown: Brooklyn ParkAnnapolis office: 305 James Building, Annapolis, 21401Phone: 841-3658DelegateJoan CaddenDemocratMember of the House since 1991Committee: Constitutional and Administrative LawAge: 50Profession: Self-employed...
NEWS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff writer | June 6, 1991
Ed Vinson never has seen anything quite like it at Northeast High. And he's been a member of the school's athletic boosters for 17 years."I haven't seen these kinds of emotions and discontent. I've had teachers calling me, coaches calling me, parents calling me," Vinson,53, said of the negative reaction to last week's dismissals of Athletic Director Bob Grimm and Assistant Athletic Director Bart Rader.Principal Joseph Carducci Jr.'s decision to advertise the two positions met with resistance by a coalition of Northeast supporters -- including Vinson -- seeking to have Grimm and Rader reinstated.
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