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By Michael Reeb | May 28, 1991
If it's hot and Marge Rosasco runs well in Saturday's L'eggs Mini-Marathon 10K in New York City, she has the Constellation Classic 10K partially to thank.It was hot for Sunday's 16th annual Constellation Classic at the Inner Harbor, and Rosasco, 43, ran well, finishing 12th overall and first in the female masters division in 39 minutes. Her closest masters competitor was Linda Mills, who finished 24th overall in 41:05."It was bad, the worst one ever," Rosasco said about the heat and humidity for this year's Constellation, "and I've been in every one. Well, actually I had to pull out last year with an injury, but I can say that I've started every one."
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June 14, 2009
Law firm addition The Annapolis law firm of Hyatt & Weber has added Mark Rosasco to its practice. Rosasco focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice law. He is a graduate of Loyola College, earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law and is a resident of Arnold. Founded in 1979, Hyatt & Weber is a full-service law firm offering a range of legal services in real estate, land use, litigation, business law and related matters to individuals and businesses.
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By Michael Reeb | January 15, 1991
The Baltimore Road Runners Club kicked off its 1991 championship series Sunday with a 10-mile run through the Loch Raven watershed.The number of entries increased for the third straight year. In 1989, the field grew by 20 to 120, and last year, the field grew by another 20. There were 160 entries in Sunday's field.Robert Yara and Marge Rosasco won the open divisions of the race -- Yara by 16 seconds over Jack Peach and Rosasco by 1 minute, 14 seconds over Stacey Nicholson.Dave Lowe, who won the masters in 58:20, finishing 14th overall, hopes to pick up where he left off in last year's championship.
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September 20, 2006
On September 17, 2006, ROSE M. (nee Rosasco) beloved wife of the late William L. Shannahan and the late Alfred M. Francis, devoted mother of William L. Shannahan Jr., and Patrick B. Shannahan. Devoted sister of Stephen Rosasco, Dorothy Prah and the late John Rosasco. Also survived by four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at the Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 7401 Belair Road on Wednesday at 1 P.M. The family will receive friends Tuesday 2 till 4 and 7 till 9 P.M. Interment Parkwood Cemetery.
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By Michael Reeb | April 16, 1991
A perennial winner and a newcomer of sorts ran away with victories in Saturday's St. Paul's 5K Crusade.Marge Rosasco, a master's master and an equal threat to win the open division of any race she enters, and Brad Uhlfelder, who returned to competitive racing last fall after an absence of 10 years, made it two in a row with their victories at St. Paul's. Both had won their divisions of the Oriole Advocates 8K Home Run six days earlier.Rosasco, 43, was a nine-second victor over Maureen Hall in the women's field at St. Paul's, and Uhlfelder, 30, beat Jim Clelland by 38 seconds in the men's division.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1994
She was there at the beginning 18 years ago.From the race's humble start at Herring Run Park.Through the years when Equitable Bank was the sponsor and the race became one of the best-known women's-only events in the country.Through the years when Bob Feldman and the Baltimore Road Runners Club held the race as the Baltimore Ladies Classic.And in the ensuing three years when it has been known as the Lady Avia Classic.And, if chronic fatigue syndrome and asthma don't get the better of her, Marge Rosasco will be there for the 19th running of the 8K on March 27.Says the BRRC's Jeff Sanborn: "I think she's run in every single one."
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1995
Call her the mother of Baltimore road running.She was there for the race's inaugural running when it was known as the Baltimore Road Runners Women's Race.She was there in the second year when Equitable Bank began a lengthy association in which the field grew to 1,400.She was there for subsequent runnings as the Baltimore Ladies Classic and the Lady Avia 8K.And that's why Marge Rosasco will be there Sunday for the 20th running of the nation's second-oldest women's road race."I wouldn't miss it for the world," says Rosasco, the race's founder.
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September 20, 2006
On September 17, 2006, ROSE M. (nee Rosasco) beloved wife of the late William L. Shannahan and the late Alfred M. Francis, devoted mother of William L. Shannahan Jr., and Patrick B. Shannahan. Devoted sister of Stephen Rosasco, Dorothy Prah and the late John Rosasco. Also survived by four grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be held at the Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 7401 Belair Road on Wednesday at 1 P.M. The family will receive friends Tuesday 2 till 4 and 7 till 9 P.M. Interment Parkwood Cemetery.
NEWS
June 14, 2009
Law firm addition The Annapolis law firm of Hyatt & Weber has added Mark Rosasco to its practice. Rosasco focuses on personal injury and medical malpractice law. He is a graduate of Loyola College, earned his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law and is a resident of Arnold. Founded in 1979, Hyatt & Weber is a full-service law firm offering a range of legal services in real estate, land use, litigation, business law and related matters to individuals and businesses.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1996
The 100th Boston Marathon will be run April 15. Until then, this space periodically will profile Maryland runners who will be competing.Bill Schwartz will have run 71 marathons, including 1Bostons, when the gun is sounded in Hopkinton this year.Along the way have come some impressive finishes, including a 3-hour, 10-minute effort in his first marathon -- the Maryland Marathon -- in 1974 and a Boston personal record of 2: 53: 58 in 1981.He has run there every year since 1975, with the exception of 1976 and 1978 when he didn't compete because of injury.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1996
The 100th Boston Marathon will be run April 15. Until then, this space periodically will profile Maryland runners who will be competing.Bill Schwartz will have run 71 marathons, including 1Bostons, when the gun is sounded in Hopkinton this year.Along the way have come some impressive finishes, including a 3-hour, 10-minute effort in his first marathon -- the Maryland Marathon -- in 1974 and a Boston personal record of 2: 53: 58 in 1981.He has run there every year since 1975, with the exception of 1976 and 1978 when he didn't compete because of injury.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | August 22, 1995
Baltimore-area runners probably best know Clay Shaw as the longtime director of the White Rose and Bon-Ton 5-milers in York, Pa., races that draw the likes of Olympic marathoner Steve Spence and Olympic hopeful Keith Dowling.But Shaw, 43, has covered some ground of his own as a runner. A little over a month ago, he finished ninth in a marathon in Oklahoma City and the following week he completed the Steamboat Marathon in Colorado. That means that he has finished marathons in each of the 50 states, in addition to the District of Columbia.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | July 4, 1995
The Women's Distance Festival Grand Prix Series, which got under way two weeks ago in Montgomery County, continues Friday with the Howard County Striders' Women's Distance Festival 5K at Columbia Mall.The Howard County race, which began in 1980 as a run through Phelps Luck in Columbia, has grown into an event that annually attracts 500 participants. And as it has since 1981, the race will begin at midnight."This year, for the first time, we were not the first race in the series, but we kept it at midnight because it keeps the raceunique and people love it," says race director Nancy Burns.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | May 9, 1995
Call her the mother of Baltimore road running.She was there for the race's inaugural running when it was known as the Baltimore Road Runners Women's Race.She was there in the second year when Equitable Bank began a lengthy association in which the field grew to 1,400.She was there for subsequent runnings as the Baltimore Ladies Classic and the Lady Avia 8K.And that's why Marge Rosasco will be there Sunday for the 20th running of the nation's second-oldest women's road race."I wouldn't miss it for the world," says Rosasco, the race's founder.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1994
Greg Cauller, of Manchester, Pa., and Eric Estrada won Saturday's Preakness Celebration 5K Run in Baltimore and RASAC's Gary Trott Memorial 5K in Fallston, respectively.Cynthia Carpenter and Margaret Starnes were winners of the women's divisions, respectively.The Trott run, which honors the late Gary Trott, a Fallston High School teacher and track and wrestling coach who died of large-cell lymphoma in January, included a large contingent of Fallston's track and field team."The majority of the track team's here," said Mike Trott, Gary's RTC brother.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | April 5, 1994
This may come as a surprise, but when the Road Runners Club of America begins its 37th national convention Thursday in Arlington, Va., it will mark the first time that the national office has played host to the annual event.It has come close, the Baltimore Road Runners Club was host in 1978, Montgomery County Road Runners Club in Rockville in 1987.But were it not for a contractual problem, it might not be coming to the Washington area this year."The way it works is clubs bid to have the convention," said RRCA executive director Henley Gibble.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | January 4, 1994
Beginning the new year on an old note:Make that a masters note. James Pryde, who held his own in the open division, where he won the Westminster's Road Runners Club's Bachman Valley Half-Marathon and the Baltimore Road Runners Club's Zoo Zoom 5-miler, has begun his assault on the masters field.Shortly after turning in a 52-minute, 31-second finish in last year's Cherry Blossom 10-miler and a 25:25 in the 1993 Virginia Beach 8K, Pryde turned 40.Last month , Pryde, who lives in Fork in Harford County, took first place (15:44)
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1994
Greg Cauller, of Manchester, Pa., and Eric Estrada won Saturday's Preakness Celebration 5K Run in Baltimore and RASAC's Gary Trott Memorial 5K in Fallston, respectively.Cynthia Carpenter and Margaret Starnes were winners of the women's divisions, respectively.The Trott run, which honors the late Gary Trott, a Fallston High School teacher and track and wrestling coach who died of large-cell lymphoma in January, included a large contingent of Fallston's track and field team."The majority of the track team's here," said Mike Trott, Gary's RTC brother.
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | March 15, 1994
She was there at the beginning 18 years ago.From the race's humble start at Herring Run Park.Through the years when Equitable Bank was the sponsor and the race became one of the best-known women's-only events in the country.Through the years when Bob Feldman and the Baltimore Road Runners Club held the race as the Baltimore Ladies Classic.And in the ensuing three years when it has been known as the Lady Avia Classic.And, if chronic fatigue syndrome and asthma don't get the better of her, Marge Rosasco will be there for the 19th running of the 8K on March 27.Says the BRRC's Jeff Sanborn: "I think she's run in every single one."
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By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | January 11, 1994
Make no mistake about it: This was not one for the frail of body or spirit.Up the road a piece in Pylesville, St. Mary's had canceled its Sunday morning services.But at North Harford High School, the Renaissance AllSports Athletic Club's North Harford 10K went off with nary a slip or a slide.But that was owing more to the fitness of the field than the weather conditions.At the top of the out-and-back course, ice-laden trees were overhead, crusty layers of ice and snow underfoot and the temperature 4 degrees.
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