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April 21, 2005
On April 19, 2005, FREDA B. SCHENK (nee Brunton), beloved wife of the late William E. Schenk, loving mother of Douglas Schenk and his wife Linda and Donald Schenk and his wife Janet, devoted grandmother of Lisa, Craig, Joshua, and Zachary Schenk, dear great grandmother of Amy Cheshier and her husband Jedd, Cameron and Ethen Wrede, Cassidy, Ian and Caleb Schenk, beloved great-grandmother of Reagan Lily Cheshier. Services and Interment Private.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,Sun Reporter | December 19, 2007
After losing for the first time in his high school career over the weekend, McDonogh sophomore Nick Schenk (119 pounds) was in a hurry to get back on the winning side last night with the top-ranked Eagles getting a visit from upstart John Carroll. Schenk needed just 25 seconds to pin Dan Froehlich, improving to 54-1 for his career and starting a new positive streak. The Eagles made equally quick work of the No. 6 Patriots, also getting pins from Max Sataloff (103), Ben Levin (130), Albert Woody (135)
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January 28, 2006
On January 25, 2006, FREDERICK "Brud" J. SCHENK Sr., beloved husband of the late Margaret J. (nee Bradford) loving father of Jerry Zellers and her husband Len, Bud Schenk Jr., and his wife Nancy and the late Margaret Schenk, cherished grandfather of Denise, Christine, Amy, Tom and Alysyn and loving great-grandfather of Alex and Abigail, dear brother of Sophia Bradford, Gustella Tirschman, Anna Ketchum, John Schenk and the late Andrew Schenk Sr., and...
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By [GLENN GRAHAM] and [GLENN GRAHAM],Sun Reporter | March 7, 2007
In his first season on varsity, Glenelg Country School sophomore guard Tim Schenk averaged 13 points per game. He scored a season-high 25 points in the Dragons' 52-50 win over Annapolis Area Christian School that gave the program its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference title Feb. 23. The Dragons trailed by four points with less than two minutes to play when Schenk hit back-to-back three-pointers to give them the lead....
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | December 18, 2006
McDonogh's Nick Schenk won his fifth bout of the weekend, 3-1, in overtime over Pat Owens of Germantown Academy of Pennsylvania to earn the 103-pound title of yesterday's Beast of the East Invitational at the University of Delaware. Schenk improved his record to 14-0, became Maryland's first freshman winner of the two-day event and the tournament's third champion from McDonogh. "I've won national tournaments before, but obviously this one is different," said Schenk, 15, who won his first bout by a 16-1 technical fall, his second, 13-2, and his third, 2-0, over Austin Damico of Kellam of Virginia Beach, Va. "It's not going to change my mind-set at all, though, because I'm still going to think of myself as the underdog."
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By [GLENN GRAHAM] and [GLENN GRAHAM],Sun Reporter | March 7, 2007
In his first season on varsity, Glenelg Country School sophomore guard Tim Schenk averaged 13 points per game. He scored a season-high 25 points in the Dragons' 52-50 win over Annapolis Area Christian School that gave the program its first Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association C Conference title Feb. 23. The Dragons trailed by four points with less than two minutes to play when Schenk hit back-to-back three-pointers to give them the lead....
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Evening Sun Staff | December 6, 1990
ANNAPOLIS -- During his cruise out of Seattle last summer, Navy's Frank Schenk remembers how shipmates he didn't know would walk past him and whisper to a friend, "Hey, that's the guy who kicked it."That indeed was the guy who kicked it. Schenk's 32-yard field goal with 11 seconds left gave Navy a 19-17 victory over Army last year, breaking the Middies' three-year losing string."The scene on the sideline was wild," said linebacker Bill Bowling, now a Navy co-captain. "The brigade came out of the stands onto the field and seniors, the ones I knew, thanked me for giving them the chance to beat Army."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2007
A few hours after his attacking style and unbreakable holds helped him to earn his first National Prep title Saturday night, McDonogh freshman Nick Schenk had a firm grip on a large soda and alternately bit down on clusters of chicken nuggets. "This is the first time I've eaten anything like this in the last five, six months," said Schenk, 15, whose dedication to a diet including "three salads a day" maintained his 103-pound weight class. Schenk's discipline paid off at Pennsylvania's Lehigh University, where he won all five of his bouts and joined Archbishop Curley's Mike Kulik (160)
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By Peter Hermann and Jacques Kelly and Peter Hermann and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | March 11, 1998
A venerable part of Baltimore's history collapsed in a gust of wind early yesterday, turning a noted button store built in the 19th century into a three-story pile of rubble.Morton Schenk Co., the cast-iron-front building at 412 W. Baltimore St., was one of the city's oldest retail outlets still operating. It was to be part of a proposed restoration of the city's downtown theater district.Damage forced engineers to condemn an adjacent structure at 414 W. Baltimore St., which also had a cast-iron front and was owned by Schenk, and city crews were expected to work through this morning's rush hour clearing 100 tons of debris.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | February 12, 1996
Baltimore's biggest button box is the aging but still vigorous Morton Schenk Co., the place where tailors head for elusive little circles of pearl, plastic, rhinestone, bone and metal.And let's not forget the zippers, belt buckles and the myriad other things associated with sewing and dry cleaning.Cleaning and tailor's supplies outsell buttons 10 to 1, but to the walk-in retail customer, the old business at 412 W. Baltimore St., due south of the Lexington Market and the Hippodrome Theatre, is still the great "House of Buttons."
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | February 26, 2007
A few hours after his attacking style and unbreakable holds helped him to earn his first National Prep title Saturday night, McDonogh freshman Nick Schenk had a firm grip on a large soda and alternately bit down on clusters of chicken nuggets. "This is the first time I've eaten anything like this in the last five, six months," said Schenk, 15, whose dedication to a diet including "three salads a day" maintained his 103-pound weight class. Schenk's discipline paid off at Pennsylvania's Lehigh University, where he won all five of his bouts and joined Archbishop Curley's Mike Kulik (160)
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Sun | February 24, 2007
St. Mary's senior guard Josh Hartman knew all season that his team had the chemistry to make a run at the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association B Conference title. Last night, Hartman scored 26 points, including four three-pointers, and hit six of eight free throws in the closing minutes to lead the Saints to a 76-70 victory over defending champion Mount Carmel in front of an overflow crowd at Johns Hopkins University. It was St. Mary's first conference championship since 2003.
NEWS
December 20, 2006
Girls Jenn Rindone Archbishop Spalding, basketball The 5-foot-9 sophomore forward-guard earned all-tournament team honors after leading the No. 12 Cavaliers to the championship of the Bullis Holiday Classic. Rindone scored 14 points, including four three-pointers, in Sunday's 60-46 win over Sidwell Friends in the title game. She scored 10 each in wins over Ballou and Bullis and hit nine three-pointers in the tournament. She was also instrumental in wins over City and St. John's. After hitting a school-record seven three-pointers, Rindone finished with 23 points in the 72-44 win over St. John's.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | December 18, 2006
McDonogh's Nick Schenk won his fifth bout of the weekend, 3-1, in overtime over Pat Owens of Germantown Academy of Pennsylvania to earn the 103-pound title of yesterday's Beast of the East Invitational at the University of Delaware. Schenk improved his record to 14-0, became Maryland's first freshman winner of the two-day event and the tournament's third champion from McDonogh. "I've won national tournaments before, but obviously this one is different," said Schenk, 15, who won his first bout by a 16-1 technical fall, his second, 13-2, and his third, 2-0, over Austin Damico of Kellam of Virginia Beach, Va. "It's not going to change my mind-set at all, though, because I'm still going to think of myself as the underdog."
NEWS
March 21, 2006
On March 18, 2006 ROBERT STANLEY MILLER, beloved father of Carol Schenk and her husband Rick, cherished grandfather of R.J. and Nikki Schenk, loving companion of Dorothy Ashley. Graveside services will be held on Monday, May 15, 2006 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA at the funeral hour of 2 P.M. In lieu offlowers, donations may be made to American Cancer Society, Relay for Life, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718. www.ambrosefuneralhomes.com
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January 28, 2006
On January 25, 2006, FREDERICK "Brud" J. SCHENK Sr., beloved husband of the late Margaret J. (nee Bradford) loving father of Jerry Zellers and her husband Len, Bud Schenk Jr., and his wife Nancy and the late Margaret Schenk, cherished grandfather of Denise, Christine, Amy, Tom and Alysyn and loving great-grandfather of Alex and Abigail, dear brother of Sophia Bradford, Gustella Tirschman, Anna Ketchum, John Schenk and the late Andrew Schenk Sr., and...
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March 21, 2006
On March 18, 2006 ROBERT STANLEY MILLER, beloved father of Carol Schenk and her husband Rick, cherished grandfather of R.J. and Nikki Schenk, loving companion of Dorothy Ashley. Graveside services will be held on Monday, May 15, 2006 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA at the funeral hour of 2 P.M. In lieu offlowers, donations may be made to American Cancer Society, Relay for Life, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718. www.ambrosefuneralhomes.com
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,Sun Staff | June 15, 2005
WAITSFIELD, Vt. -- At what he calls "the fringe of the empire," George Schenk strips bark from a stack of sugar-maple saplings. He sits outside the tiny shed on the Lareau Farm from which he runs American Flatbread, a multimillion-dollar company that crafts frozen premium pizzas for retailers around the country. The saplings will become scaffolding for wigwams that Schenk and his employees plan to erect for the 20th-anniversary celebration of the company he founded with a single pizza made in a backyard oven.
NEWS
May 14, 2005
On May 9, 2005, DOUGLAS A. SCHENK; beloved husband of Linda A. Schenk (nee Ault); loving father of Lisa Hammaker and her husband Jeff, Craig Schenk and his wife Aurora; devoted grandfather of Amy Cheshier and her husband Jedd, Cameron and Ethan Wrede, Cassidy, Ian and Caleb Schenk; beloved great-grandfather of Reagan Lily Cheshier; dear brother of Donald Schenk and family of Troy, MI, and his in-laws Carl and Lucille Ault, Lu Ann Hawk and family, David...
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