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July 25, 2004
On July 22, 2004, RICK (HENRI P.) Squitieri, husband of Margaret (Peggy) Squitieri, father of Ann Squitieri and Paul Squitieri, son of Elsie Squitieri and the late Henry Squitieri, brother of Noel Squitieri Friends may call at the Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Rd. (at Overbrook) on Sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be offered Monday 2 P.M. at St. Pius X Church. Interment private. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Maryland Heart Center, c/o U.M.M.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | September 25, 2014
Loyola Maryland announced Thursday morning that it received a $3.2 million gift from an anonymous donor for the construction of a new tennis facility at Ridley Athletic Complex in honor of the university's longtime tennis coach. The center -- which will be named after Rick McClure, who has coached the men's and women's teams since 1979 and is a member of the school's Hall of Fame -- will feature eight lighted courts, a locker room, seating for fans, and a parking lot. The complex will give the institution the opportunity to play host to Patriot League championships and other tournaments.
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NEWS
February 26, 2004
LONNIE RICHARD (Rick) SMULIAN, died in Houston, TX, February 22, 2004. Survived by brothers Paul and J. Steven Smulian and sister Susan Fishman. Graveside Service will be at Beth Tfiloh Cemetery on Sunday, Feb. 29, 9:30 A.M.
NEWS
By Leonard Pitts Jr and By Leonard Pitts Jr | August 24, 2014
A truism: Almost nobody looks good in his booking photo. That said, the 47th governor of Texas, one James Richard Perry, certainly gave it his best shot when he faced the camera at the Travis County Courthouse last week. The resultant image is ... not terrible. Perry is caught somewhere between a tight smile and an outright grimace, his mien taut with confidence and seriousness of purpose. Gazing on that photo, one cannot help but suspect that a transparently political indictment designed by his Democratic opponents to cripple this presumed presidential aspirant might actually help him instead.
NEWS
November 10, 2004
On November 8, 2004, L. LORENA (NEE Radcliffe), beloved wife of the late George C. Rick, devoted mother of Beverly Preston, Lorena Paff and the late Carl Rick. Also survived by two sisters, eight grandchildren, three stepgrandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and six step great-grandchildren. Relatives and friends may gather at MILLER-DIPPEL FUNERAL HOME, INC., 6415 Belair Rd., on Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Memorial Service will be held at 8:30 P.M. Inurnment on Friday, 10 A.M. in the Baltimore Cemetery.
NEWS
July 18, 2004
On July 16, 2004, RICK A. GAVONI; dear sister of Cheryl Anne (nee Strickland); loving father of Ashley N. Gavoni and Adam W. Gavoni; beloved son of Carole and the late Robert Gavoni. A Memorial Service will be held at the Schimunek Funeral Home, 610 W. Mac Phail Road, (Rt 24), on Monday at 1 P.M. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a memorial fund for Ashley and Adam Gavoni, C/O M & T Bank, 1 Boxridge Drive, Abingdon, 21009.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | August 8, 1991
No one will ever confuse what happened at Christopher's early this morning with Elvis' landmark comeback television concert in the early '70s, or Vladimir Horowitz's triumphant return to Moscow.But Rick Dempsey finally came home to Cockeysville.It had been about five or six years since The Demper, Baltimore's favorite career .236 catcher, had stood atop the stage beltin' out the oldies in his unpretentious way.But after watching his new team, the Milwaukee Brewers, beat the Orioles 4-2 at Memorial Stadium, Dempsey brought some of his teammates along to the packed club on York and Padonia Roads for a little down-and-dirty singin' and swingin'.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | June 4, 2000
It was good coffee, some angels and a venerable church that brought Darlene F. Bader and Rick Lohn together. The church is where their relationship began. Darlene, who grew up in Towson and still lives there, has been a member of St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Lutherville for 27 years. Rick, also a Towson native, joined St. Paul's 12 years ago. He and Darlene served on various church committees for years, but it wasn't until March 1998 that Rick found the nerve to tell Darlene he was interested in sharing more than committee work.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey | August 25, 1991
When Rick Sarmiento started out, he didn't know a bustier from a brassiere. Silk felt the same as satin. And for the life of him, he couldn't see much difference between a size 8 and a size 12.That wasn't the worst of it, though. The real problem was this: Mr. Sarmiento didn't know what he was doing in the women's retail business.Wasn't he a successful general manager of a thriving hotel? Didn't he like the six-figure salary? The community recognition? The company Cadillac?So why, then, was he trading it all in to run a few tiny boutiques filled with white clothing, accessories and collectibles that everybody -- including close friends -- said would be a washout?
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | August 24, 2007
In 1959, Carl Fulco, a masonry contractor living in Baltimore's Hamilton neighborhood, purchased 55 acres of farmland in Freeland, in northern Baltimore County at the Pennsylvania line. A circa 1840 masonry farmhouse, red barn and wagon shed came with the property. Fulco's son Rick was 9 years old at the time and dreaded the thought of moving from city comfort out to the boondocks. As it turned out, his father hired help to live in the farmhouse and cultivate the land, while he and Rick took weekend day trips to the property, bringing back vegetables for city friends and neighbors.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2014
Scott Otto feared he was about to lose one of his most promising players to another sport, so the Nathan Hale High football coach approached sophomore Rick Wagner and offered a compromise. "I said, 'Ricky, I know you're into basketball, but I'd love for you to play football,'" Otto recalled. "Obviously, he was worried about injury, so I said, 'You know what, I'll put you at wide receiver. All you've got to do is catch passes.' At the time, he was probably 6-foot-4, 220 pounds. I said, 'This will actually help you with basketball.
NEWS
Jules Witcover | August 1, 2014
 For more than 60 years with hardly a break, the Republican Partyhas chosen as its standard-bearer someone who has been able to claim it's his turn. Not since military hero Dwight D. Eisenhower defeated Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio, whose supporters so contended in 1952, has a conspicuous outsider run away with the prize. Patience nearly always has been rewarded for party stalwarts, whether it was Richard Nixon in 1960, Barry Goldwater in 1964, Nixon again in 1968, Gerald Ford in 1976, Ronald Reagan in 1980, the senior George Bush in 1988, Bob Dole in 1996, the junior George Bushin 2000, John McCain in 2008 or Mitt Romney in 2012.
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By Jules Witcover | July 18, 2014
 President Obama's yearning to become a peacetime president continues to be frustrated by the reality on the ground in the Middle East, and by Republicans' zeal to capitalize on it politically at home. The disintegration of Iraq, the emergence of a new extremist "Islamic State," a deepening of the Israeli-Palestinian stalemate and more Russian mischief in Ukraine all have combined to challenge the Obama Doctrine of selective use of power in foreign policy. As the Middle East crumbles, the GOP'swould-be 2016 presidential hopefuls have commenced kibitzing.
NEWS
By Kit Waskom Pollard and For The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2014
In a narrow hallway on a high shelf, a sign sits next to an intricate wreath of looped vines, feathers and dried flowers. “Flowers feed the soul,” it says.  That hallway divides the front and back rooms of Natural Gatherings, Rick and Jane Barger's shop on Main Street in Bel Air. For the Bargers, that message rings true. In a narrow hallway on a high shelf, a sign sits next to an intricate wreath of looped vines, feathers and dried flowers. “Flowers feed the soul,” it says.  That hallway divides the front and back rooms of Natural Gatherings, Rick and Jane Barger's shop on Main Street in Bel Air. For the Bargers, that message rings true.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
At the end of their Super Bowl XLVII-winning season, the Ravens were feeling pretty good about their 2012 draft class. Their first pick, strong-side linebacker Courtney Upshaw , who was taken early in the second round, played in all 16 games and started nine, made 55 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks and forced a fumble in the Super Bowl that led to a second-quarter touchdown drive for the Ravens. Second-rounder Kelechi Osemele started all 16 regular-season games at right tackle and then moved to left guard, where he was dominant at times during the Ravens' Super Bowl run. Third-round selection Bernard Pierce , Ray Rice's primary backup at running back, also picked up his game in the playoffs, averaging 5.2 yards per carry after a regular season in which he gained 532 yards and scored a touchdown.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Among those most deeply affected by the death of cellist Dmitry Volkov were his colleagues in the award-winning Russia Trio -- pianist Katherine Harris Rick and violinist Nikita Borisevich. At Monday's memorial held at the Peabody Conservatory, where Mr. Volkov and the other trio members did graduate studies, Ms Rick delivered these touching remarks about her friend: I remember very vividly the first time I met Dmitry. I had heard the buzz about his incredible playing that went around when he first arrived on campus, so when I received a call from him about needing an accompanist for something, I immediately started practicing.
BUSINESS
By Bob Graham and Bob Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 7, 1999
When Wendy Zemanski envisioned the house she and her husband Rick would build in Kingsville, she wanted something open and inviting.Now, a month after moving in and after six months of construction, she has her wish."
FEATURES
By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,SUN STAFF | June 5, 2001
Rick Ecalono was the first in the family to be diagnosed with cancer. Bladder cancer, an old man's disease, and he was only 28. By the time he was 40, he had buried his beloved brother, Buddy, beat back three bladder cancers and found himself confronting a new one, colon cancer. The first three cancers were easily reconciled. That he should get his brother's cancer seemed too much of a coincidence. Could this cancer be hereditary, a trait as likely to be found in his genes as his blue eyes?
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
Charges against Navy junior midfielder Gabe Voumard related to a confrontation with a taxi driver last month have been dropped, coach Rick Sowell said Friday morning. “All those charges were dropped - every last one of them,” Sowell said. “Obviously, things came out, but we knew the story was crazy. We're excited, and he's going to be a big part of our offense next year in his senior year. We're expecting big things out of him, and we're happy for him and his family, that all of this is behind him and that he can move on with his life and becoming the best lacrosse player he can be. He's looking forward to graduating this time next year and being commissioned.” Anne Arundel County police had said they arrested Voumard, 22, for threatening a taxi driver with a butter knife April 20. Police had charged Voumard with first-degree assault, second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 6, 2014
Richard C. "Rick" Hrybyk, a Northrop Grumman electrical engineer and a triathlete, died Friday of a heart attack at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The lifelong Linthicum resident was 55. The son of the late William L. Hrybyk, a Westinghouse Electric Corp. electrical engineer, and Catherine Hrybyk, a retired educator, Richard Conrad Hrybyk was born in Baltimore and raised in Linthicum. After graduating in 1976 from Andover High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1981 from the University of Maryland, College Park and a master's degree in 1989 from what is now Loyola University Maryland.
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