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July 10, 2004
On Thursday, July 8, 2004 RAYMOND J. beloved son of Evelyn Arseneau Schroder and the late Nils H. Schroder, Sr.; devoted husband of Sharon Espenscheid Schroder; loving father and father-in-law of Michael J. and Laura Schroder and father of Brian S. Schroder; brother of Nils H. Schroder, Jr. and devoted grandfather of Caleb Schroder. A memorial service will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. at St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, Kriders Cemetery Road, Westminster. Interment will be private. The family will receive friends at the Pritts Funeral Home and Chapel, 412 Washington Road, Westminster on Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. Please use the Chapel entrance.
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December 28, 2008
On December 21, 2008, VIRGINIA CRAIG. On today, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN) 8728 Liberty Road from 4 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mrs. Craig will lie in state at Enon Baptist Church, 601 N. Schroder Street, where the family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-655-0015.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | December 1, 1998
Diane hates him. Andy kind of likes him. Martinez and Medavoy have to admit he knows his stuff, but they want to make one thing absolutely clear: "He's no Bobby Simone."We are talking about Det. Danny Sorenson, as played by former kid TV star Rick Schroder, who arrives on "NYPD Blue" tonight as the new partner of Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz).OK, Schroder is no Jimmy Smits, and yes, his selection as a replacement for Smits does seem like one of the stranger casting moves of the decade. But I say give Schroder and the producers credit just for showing up this week.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2008
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Peet Poillon had his fifth hat trick of the season, and Ohio State beat Cornell, 15-7, in the first round of the NCAA tournament yesterday. The Buckeyes (11-5) will face No. 1 seed Duke (17-1) next Sunday. The Blue Devils advanced by beating Loyola, 12-7. Ohio State, in its third playoff appearance, will be making its first trip to the quarterfinals. The Buckeyes jumped out to a 5-1 lead over the Big Red (11-4). They padded their lead to 10 goals four times in the second half , totaling 29 shots, and scored on 11 of 15 shots in the first half.
FEATURES
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 12, 2001
LOS ANGELES - Rick Schroder's explanation yesterday for his departure from NYPD Blue after 2 1/2 seasons - "There's no story, there's no big drama" - was lucid and clear-eyed. "It was a personal decision, a time-management decision," Schroder explained to the nation's television press assembled at Pasadena's Ritz Carlton. "I'm about to have a fourth baby [due in eight weeks], and I had to prioritize." A season of NYPD Blue represents a 9 1/2 -month shoot, and Schroder, who lives with his family in Arizona and Colorado, simply didn't want to devote that much time to being in Los Angeles, he explained.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | July 17, 1998
PASADENA, Calif. -- Can Rick (a k a Ricky) Schroder make the journey in viewers' minds from child star in "Silver Spoons" to adult detective on the mean streets of "NYPD Blue"?That's the question that was asked a dozen different ways here this week as Schroder -- accompanied by producers Steven Bochco and David Milch, as well as co-star Dennis Franz -- met with television critics in Step 1 of their sales campaign for the new Rick Schroder. He takes Jimmy Smits' place on the show this fall.
NEWS
December 28, 2008
On December 21, 2008, VIRGINIA CRAIG. On today, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (RANDALLSTOWN) 8728 Liberty Road from 4 to 8 P.M. On Monday, Mrs. Craig will lie in state at Enon Baptist Church, 601 N. Schroder Street, where the family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-655-0015.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 11, 2008
ITHACA, N.Y. -- Peet Poillon had his fifth hat trick of the season, and Ohio State beat Cornell, 15-7, in the first round of the NCAA tournament yesterday. The Buckeyes (11-5) will face No. 1 seed Duke (17-1) next Sunday. The Blue Devils advanced by beating Loyola, 12-7. Ohio State, in its third playoff appearance, will be making its first trip to the quarterfinals. The Buckeyes jumped out to a 5-1 lead over the Big Red (11-4). They padded their lead to 10 goals four times in the second half , totaling 29 shots, and scored on 11 of 15 shots in the first half.
BUSINESS
By Kim Clark and Kim Clark,Sun Staff Writer | September 15, 1994
Ten years after engineers abandoned a huge working model of the Chesapeake Bay on Kent Island, the state has embarked on a plan to a resurrect the 55-acre facility -- by turning it into a shrimp farm.The Board of Public Works yesterday voted to let a Washington-based computer and aquaculture company use part of the 14-acre building housing the model to test an experimental shrimp-growing technique.The Maryland Shrimp Co. will not have to pay rent for six months, but will have to make repairs on the leaky metal roof and install its own equipment, including water pipes and heaters.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG BUSINESS NEWS | January 1, 1997
NEW YORK -- Sales petered out during Christmas week, dashing retailers' hopes of a last-minute rush to salvage what's become a disappointing holiday season, two reports yesterday showed.The pair of weekly surveys of large chains such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc. turned up lower-than-expected sales last week. Bank of Tokyo- Mitsubishi/Schroder Wertheim said sales rose 1 percent while LJR Redbook Research reported a 0.6 percent gain.Slow sales during what's usually the busiest week of the shopping season mean that many retailers won't do as well as they hoped.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | March 11, 2007
WOODBINE, N.J. --Long before the lottery came to Woodbine, a Frenchman named Baron de Hirsch had his own dream of riches, buying 5,300 acres in 1891 for what he imagined would become a Jewish agricultural paradise. By the 1970s, most of the Jews had left, and Woodbine is not particularly noteworthy now, a blue-collar city of 16,600 in southern New Jersey. For the moment, though, it feels to many who live here like the center of the universe. "Whoever purchased that ticket put us back on the map," said Jim Schroder, who owns Campark Liquors on DeHirsch Avenue, where the winning ticket was sold.
NEWS
July 10, 2004
On Thursday, July 8, 2004 RAYMOND J. beloved son of Evelyn Arseneau Schroder and the late Nils H. Schroder, Sr.; devoted husband of Sharon Espenscheid Schroder; loving father and father-in-law of Michael J. and Laura Schroder and father of Brian S. Schroder; brother of Nils H. Schroder, Jr. and devoted grandfather of Caleb Schroder. A memorial service will be held on Monday at 11 a.m. at St. Benjamin's Lutheran Church, Kriders Cemetery Road, Westminster. Interment will be private. The family will receive friends at the Pritts Funeral Home and Chapel, 412 Washington Road, Westminster on Sunday from 4 to 8 p.m. Please use the Chapel entrance.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | February 26, 2004
When it comes to being waited on in Baltimore-area restaurants, the readers have spoken. And their message, which echoes from the fanciest four-star bistros to the humblest greasy-spoon diners, is: There are some really bad servers out there. This comes in response to a column in this space last week, in which I chronicled a recent encounter with a waitress who was everything you don't want in a server, starting with inattentive and incompetent. Then I invited readers to send in their own horror stories of bad servers, figuring it would give me a cheap follow-up column.
BUSINESS
By CHARLES JAFFE | January 4, 2004
THERE are plenty of terrible mutual funds out there. The best thing you can say for them is "good riddance." And that's precisely what investors should say to the vast majority of the 1,000 or so funds that were liquidated or merged out of existence in 2003. But in the spirit of those year-end retrospectives that included a section on famous people who met their demise during the year, there were noteworthy passings in the past 12 months. Gone and mostly forgotten, retelling their tales from the crypt allows them to pass a legacy - investment lessons - to the investors who survive them.
NEWS
May 9, 2003
Wilbert McNamara, a retired printing executive, died Saturday of cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Fallstaff resident was 66. Born in Baltimore and raised on Dallas Street, he was a 1955 graduate of Dunbar High School, where he was a member of the honors society. He attended Morgan State University. In 1956, he became compositor at Waverly Press, a printing company then located in downtown Baltimore. His work was interrupted by service in the Army. He returned to the printing firm and became vice president of sales.
FEATURES
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 12, 2001
LOS ANGELES - Rick Schroder's explanation yesterday for his departure from NYPD Blue after 2 1/2 seasons - "There's no story, there's no big drama" - was lucid and clear-eyed. "It was a personal decision, a time-management decision," Schroder explained to the nation's television press assembled at Pasadena's Ritz Carlton. "I'm about to have a fourth baby [due in eight weeks], and I had to prioritize." A season of NYPD Blue represents a 9 1/2 -month shoot, and Schroder, who lives with his family in Arizona and Colorado, simply didn't want to devote that much time to being in Los Angeles, he explained.
NEWS
May 9, 2003
Wilbert McNamara, a retired printing executive, died Saturday of cancer at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Fallstaff resident was 66. Born in Baltimore and raised on Dallas Street, he was a 1955 graduate of Dunbar High School, where he was a member of the honors society. He attended Morgan State University. In 1956, he became compositor at Waverly Press, a printing company then located in downtown Baltimore. His work was interrupted by service in the Army. He returned to the printing firm and became vice president of sales.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | March 11, 2007
WOODBINE, N.J. --Long before the lottery came to Woodbine, a Frenchman named Baron de Hirsch had his own dream of riches, buying 5,300 acres in 1891 for what he imagined would become a Jewish agricultural paradise. By the 1970s, most of the Jews had left, and Woodbine is not particularly noteworthy now, a blue-collar city of 16,600 in southern New Jersey. For the moment, though, it feels to many who live here like the center of the universe. "Whoever purchased that ticket put us back on the map," said Jim Schroder, who owns Campark Liquors on DeHirsch Avenue, where the winning ticket was sold.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | December 1, 1998
Diane hates him. Andy kind of likes him. Martinez and Medavoy have to admit he knows his stuff, but they want to make one thing absolutely clear: "He's no Bobby Simone."We are talking about Det. Danny Sorenson, as played by former kid TV star Rick Schroder, who arrives on "NYPD Blue" tonight as the new partner of Andy Sipowicz (Dennis Franz).OK, Schroder is no Jimmy Smits, and yes, his selection as a replacement for Smits does seem like one of the stranger casting moves of the decade. But I say give Schroder and the producers credit just for showing up this week.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | July 17, 1998
PASADENA, Calif. -- Can Rick (a k a Ricky) Schroder make the journey in viewers' minds from child star in "Silver Spoons" to adult detective on the mean streets of "NYPD Blue"?That's the question that was asked a dozen different ways here this week as Schroder -- accompanied by producers Steven Bochco and David Milch, as well as co-star Dennis Franz -- met with television critics in Step 1 of their sales campaign for the new Rick Schroder. He takes Jimmy Smits' place on the show this fall.
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