Advertisement
HomeCollectionsSarge
IN THE NEWS

Sarge

FEATURED ARTICLES
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | February 18, 2001
Lisa Sudano and Fred Luther fell in love with the same dog -- and then each other. Their relationship was nurtured by Sarge the St. Bernard, as well as two Baltimore County tow-truck companies. In 1998, Lisa was living in Essex in an apartment owned by Pat McNeal Sr. and his family. McNeal operates McNeal's Towing. Lisa, a self-described "gear head," had befriended Pat McNeal Jr. years earlier through their shared interest in automobiles. After working in the parts departments at various area car dealerships over the years, Lisa was preparing to start her own limousine service.
ARTICLES BY DATE
EXPLORE
July 14, 2011
They call him Sarge. He and some of his relatives live on the same block in the part of New Orleans called Uptown, although the way New Orleanians reckon uptown and downtown is different from the way they do it in most cities. In the Big Easy, "uptown" and "downtown" essentially mean upstream and downstream, where the respective neighborhoods are in relation to the Mississippi as it snakes through the city on its way to the sea. In the spring of 2007, a year and a half after the catastrophe called Katrina had flooded 80 percent of the city, Sarge was still trying to rebuild his home at the corner of South Liberty and Cadiz (they pronounce it KAY-dis)
Advertisement
NEWS
By KELLY BREWINGTON and KELLY BREWINGTON,SUN REPORTER | October 8, 2005
From the start, Allen "Sarge" Smith and his group of eight Hurricane Katrina survivors seemed to succeed best when they operated against the grain. They ignored evacuation orders and designed their own peaceful shelter amid a city raging with chaos. And after being evacuated to West Virginia, a thousand miles from home, the group had reason to celebrate: the wedding of two members of the tenacious crew. So Sarge figured that returning to whatever was left of their Uptown New Orleans homes would be the final triumph amid adversity.
NEWS
By KELLY BREWINGTON and KELLY BREWINGTON,SUN REPORTER | October 8, 2005
From the start, Allen "Sarge" Smith and his group of eight Hurricane Katrina survivors seemed to succeed best when they operated against the grain. They ignored evacuation orders and designed their own peaceful shelter amid a city raging with chaos. And after being evacuated to West Virginia, a thousand miles from home, the group had reason to celebrate: the wedding of two members of the tenacious crew. So Sarge figured that returning to whatever was left of their Uptown New Orleans homes would be the final triumph amid adversity.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
On October 25, 2004, JOHN W. EDWARDS (SARGE), son of the late Anna Carroll and Richard N. Edwards; brother of Grace E. Harple and Richard Carroll Edwards (Bud); pre-deceased by sister Anna M. Plahn; he is also survived by two nieces and three nephews, including G. Richard Harple and his wife, Jane; he was dearly loved by great-nieces Kathy Lococo and her daughter Rachael, and by Patricia Lafferty and her husband Michael and their children, Cailyn and Charlie. Walt, or Sarge, was a much decorated veteran of 3 wars, enlisting in the Merchant Marines at age 17, transporting landing supplies at the invasion of Normandy.
NEWS
By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | March 28, 1993
The town of Hampstead is dedicating a new park in the memory of former Police Chief Durward C. "Sarge" Sites.Residents are invited to the dedication ceremony at the park, Lower Beckleysville Road at Dogwood Drive, at 10 a.m. April 7."Sarge" Sites was a sergeant with the Maryland State Police in Westminster, and then served in Hampstead from 1977 until his death in 1986."He was extremely well-liked, and had a special way of dealing with children and teens in town," said Mayor Clint Becker.
EXPLORE
July 14, 2011
They call him Sarge. He and some of his relatives live on the same block in the part of New Orleans called Uptown, although the way New Orleanians reckon uptown and downtown is different from the way they do it in most cities. In the Big Easy, "uptown" and "downtown" essentially mean upstream and downstream, where the respective neighborhoods are in relation to the Mississippi as it snakes through the city on its way to the sea. In the spring of 2007, a year and a half after the catastrophe called Katrina had flooded 80 percent of the city, Sarge was still trying to rebuild his home at the corner of South Liberty and Cadiz (they pronounce it KAY-dis)
NEWS
By KELLY BREWINGTON and KELLY BREWINGTON,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 7, 2005
NEW ORLEANS - When their homes began to sink in Katrina's floodwaters, elders in the quarter here known as Uptown gathered their neighbors to seek refuge at the Samuel J. Green Charter School, the local toughs included. But when the thugs started vandalizing the place - wielding guns and breaking into vending machines - Vance Anthion put them out, literally tossing them into the fetid waters. Anthion stayed awake at night after that, protecting the inhabitants of the school from looters or worse.
NEWS
By David W. Chen and David W. Chen,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 31, 2000
NEW YORK - Zack Roseman, an affectionate and gregarious Manhattan resident, was so adored by his family that when he died unexpectedly in April at age 14, his grieving relatives decided to freeze some of his flesh for future cloning. "It will be as close to him as possible," said Michael Roseman, Zack's father. "He won't remember his previous experience, but the core of him will be there." James Manganiello of New Canaan, Conn., is still alive, as vigorous and well mannered as ever. But he is getting on in years and he does not have any offspring.
NEWS
December 27, 2004
On December 23, 2004, CHARLES "Buck" "Sarge" SEMMLER of Hanover, beloved husband of the late Eva A. Semmler, devoted father of Luray Perry Mann, dearest grandfather of Richard Perry and his wife Faith, Edward Perry and his late wife Lisa and Laura Diegel and her husband John, loving great-grandfather of eight. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, S.W., (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M on Monday and Tuesday.
NEWS
By KELLY BREWINGTON and KELLY BREWINGTON,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 7, 2005
NEW ORLEANS - When their homes began to sink in Katrina's floodwaters, elders in the quarter here known as Uptown gathered their neighbors to seek refuge at the Samuel J. Green Charter School, the local toughs included. But when the thugs started vandalizing the place - wielding guns and breaking into vending machines - Vance Anthion put them out, literally tossing them into the fetid waters. Anthion stayed awake at night after that, protecting the inhabitants of the school from looters or worse.
NEWS
December 27, 2004
On December 23, 2004, CHARLES "Buck" "Sarge" SEMMLER of Hanover, beloved husband of the late Eva A. Semmler, devoted father of Luray Perry Mann, dearest grandfather of Richard Perry and his wife Faith, Edward Perry and his late wife Lisa and Laura Diegel and her husband John, loving great-grandfather of eight. The family will receive visitors at the family owned Singleton Funeral Home, 1 Second Avenue, S.W., (at Crain Highway) Glen Burnie from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. M on Monday and Tuesday.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
On October 25, 2004, JOHN W. EDWARDS (SARGE), son of the late Anna Carroll and Richard N. Edwards; brother of Grace E. Harple and Richard Carroll Edwards (Bud); pre-deceased by sister Anna M. Plahn; he is also survived by two nieces and three nephews, including G. Richard Harple and his wife, Jane; he was dearly loved by great-nieces Kathy Lococo and her daughter Rachael, and by Patricia Lafferty and her husband Michael and their children, Cailyn and Charlie. Walt, or Sarge, was a much decorated veteran of 3 wars, enlisting in the Merchant Marines at age 17, transporting landing supplies at the invasion of Normandy.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | February 18, 2001
Lisa Sudano and Fred Luther fell in love with the same dog -- and then each other. Their relationship was nurtured by Sarge the St. Bernard, as well as two Baltimore County tow-truck companies. In 1998, Lisa was living in Essex in an apartment owned by Pat McNeal Sr. and his family. McNeal operates McNeal's Towing. Lisa, a self-described "gear head," had befriended Pat McNeal Jr. years earlier through their shared interest in automobiles. After working in the parts departments at various area car dealerships over the years, Lisa was preparing to start her own limousine service.
NEWS
By David W. Chen and David W. Chen,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 31, 2000
NEW YORK - Zack Roseman, an affectionate and gregarious Manhattan resident, was so adored by his family that when he died unexpectedly in April at age 14, his grieving relatives decided to freeze some of his flesh for future cloning. "It will be as close to him as possible," said Michael Roseman, Zack's father. "He won't remember his previous experience, but the core of him will be there." James Manganiello of New Canaan, Conn., is still alive, as vigorous and well mannered as ever. But he is getting on in years and he does not have any offspring.
NEWS
By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | March 28, 1993
The town of Hampstead is dedicating a new park in the memory of former Police Chief Durward C. "Sarge" Sites.Residents are invited to the dedication ceremony at the park, Lower Beckleysville Road at Dogwood Drive, at 10 a.m. April 7."Sarge" Sites was a sergeant with the Maryland State Police in Westminster, and then served in Hampstead from 1977 until his death in 1986."He was extremely well-liked, and had a special way of dealing with children and teens in town," said Mayor Clint Becker.
NEWS
September 5, 2008
On September 3, 2008 ARGYLE T. "SARGE" MARTIN, SR. beloved husband of Toynette M. Martin (nee Wilson); devoted father of Regina Overhulser, Sonya Jones, Stephen Martin and the late Argyle Thomas Martin, Jr.; dear brother of Oneta Martin. Also survived by six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral Services will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Monday at 9:30 a.m. Interment Crownsville Veterans Cemetery. Friends may call Saturday and Sunday 3-5 and 7-9 p.m.
NEWS
By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2010
Tents framed the entrance to Meyerhoff Symphony Hall for "The Magic of Life Gala," the biannual fundraiser for LifeBridge Health. Inside the tents and the Meyerhoff's lobby, guests were greeted by event chairs Joseph and Annette Cooper , Jon and Susan Levinson and John and Laura Shmerler . With more than 1,000 guests in attendance, that meant lots of hugs and air kisses. Lucky recipients included: Lowell R. Glazer , Sinai Hospital board chair; Neil Meltzer , Sinai Hospital president, and wife, Ellen Meltzer , private tutor; Henry Rosenberg , Rosemore Inc. chairman, and wife, Dot Rosenberg ; retired W.B. Doner & Co. chairman/CEO Herb Fried and wife, Nikki Fried ; Wil Sirota , LifeBridge board member; Alexis Vandernat , Long & Foster real estate agent; Louis Thalheimer , Lord Baltimore Capital CEO, and wife, Juliet Eurich , Alvin & Fanny B. Thalheimer Foundation executive director; Nan Rosenthal , Baltimore-based public relations consultant; Dr. Larry Becker , semi-retired orthopedic surgeon, and wife, Alma Becker ; and Michele Lax , the Pearlstone Conference Center president, and husband, Barry Garber , Sinai Hospital board member.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.