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June 18, 2006
On Thursday, June 15, 2006, PAUL T. SCHRUM, beloved husband of Rona Schrum (nee Berkman), devoted father of Laura Ann Lynch of Great Falls, Montana and Debra Joyce Batten of Tuscon, AZ., dear father-in-law Thomas Lynch and Timothy Batten. Beloved brother of Norman Schrum of Baltimore, MD., beloved son-in-law of Nathan and Lorraine Berkman of Tuscon, AZ, beloved brother-in-law of Sherry and Robert Stewart of Tuscon, AZ and Barbara Schrum of Baltimore, MD. Loving grandfather of Kelly Brianna Lynch and Sean Declan Lynch.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 13, 2008
Seven players scored for No. 15 Johns Hopkins as the Blue Jays defeated previously unbeaten Towson, 12-10, last night at Homewood Field. It is the Blue Jays' eighth straight win over the Tigers (4-1). Senior Kirby Houck (Garrison Forest) led the way with a hat trick and an assist in the win. Towson took a 2-0 lead 4:32 into the game with goals from Meggie McNamara and Hillary Fratzke. The Blue Jays (2-3) got on the board when sophomore Sam Schrum (St. Mary's) scored a free-position goal at 5:45, igniting a 6-0 Hopkins run. Sophomore Paige Ibello (Maryvale)
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1994
Nancy McCauley Schrum, a Pasadena resident and mother of three, was nominated last night to fill an open, at-large seat on the Anne Arundel County school board.Mrs. Schrum beat out three other candidates in garnering 91 of the 162 votes cast at Severna Park High School.Her nearest challenger, who becomes the alternate selection of the School Board Nominating Convention, was R. Allen Honaker, a Severn resident, who received 51 votes. Mark R. McKechnie got 12 votes, and John J. Loughlin II eight.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | April 19, 2007
Facing No. 1 Northwestern's stingy defense can be a daunting task for any opponent - even the one with the nation's leading scorer. Johns Hopkins senior Mary Key leads Division I women's lacrosse with 7.08 points per game, but the Wildcats certainly will try to shut her down tomorrow night at 6, when they meet the No. 14 Blue Jays for an American Lacrosse Conference game at Homewood Field. Key, of course, is used to all the attention. The St. Mary's High School graduate is leading the nation in points for the third straight year.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Sun Staff Writer | April 11, 1994
One of the first priorities for the school board should be regaining the public trust by communicating better with parents and keeping them involved, says Nancy Schrum, one of four candidates vying for the open at-large seat on the school board."
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun Staff Writer | September 7, 1994
Regardless of who wins next Tuesday's Republican primary, state Sen. Philip C. Jimeno's opponent in the general election will be someone he knows well: a woman he nominated for county school board or a man who once contributed to his campaign.Mr. Jimeno, 47, is running unopposed in the Democratic primary for the District 31 seat he now holds.On the Republican side, Joseph "Jack" Feehley, 65, a retired self-employed real estate developer and past president of the Greater Pasadena Council, is facing Nancy M. Schrum, 39, the 1994 county School Board Nominating Convention's choice for a school board seat and a part-time business manager for Gibson Island Country School.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,sun reporter | December 19, 2006
A 25-year-old medical student charged with fatally shooting a stranger at an Owings Mills movie theater in June was convicted yesterday of first-degree murder but found not criminally responsible for the killing because of a mental illness. Doctors who evaluated Mujtaba R. Jabbar for the state before the murder trial scheduled to begin yesterday diagnosed the defendant with schizophrenia and found that the disorder had left him unable to conform his behavior to the law, county prosecutor Rachel Cogen said.
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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Andrea Siegel contributed to this article | August 18, 1994
Nancy Schrum, a latecomer to the state Senate race in District 31, appears to have pulled her Republican opponent's ticket out from under him.Joseph "Jack" Feehley, former president of the Greater Pasadena Council and retired builder, heads a slate of State House candidates, called "Four for '94," that was registered with the state election office 1 1/2 years ago. District 31 includes Riviera Beach, Brooklyn Park and Pasadena.Although the GOP ticket remains intact on paper, and on more than a few campaign T-shirts, the names of its three House of Delegates candidates -- Brian Brooks, John McGagahan and James J. Riley -- now appear in campaign literature promoting Mrs. Schrum, a former Bodkin Elementary School PTA president.
NEWS
May 3, 1995
Tonight, the Anne Arundel County School Board Nominating Convention takes a leap of faith, casts its votes for school board candidates and hopes that the governor, who has final say, accepts its recommendations.All seven candidates vying for the two open positions on the Arundel school board appear sincere in their concern for children and education. They include a computer analyst who dropped out of high school at age 14, a speech professor at Morgan State University, a planning consultant, a former police detective, a broadcast journalist, a PTA activist and a school board incumbent.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff Writer | October 21, 1994
Six months ago, Nancy Schrum was seeking an appointment to the county's school board. Today, she's running for the state Senate against the very man who recommended her for the position.The 39-year-old Republican candidate from Baybrooke says education is the primary issue in the 31st District, which includes Rivera Beach, Brooklyn Park and Pasadena.She said her opponent, Democratic incumbent Philip C. Jimeno, has been soft on crime and that he has been in government too long."I think Phil Jimeno needs to retire," Mrs. Schrum said.
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By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,sun reporter | December 19, 2006
A 25-year-old medical student charged with fatally shooting a stranger at an Owings Mills movie theater in June was convicted yesterday of first-degree murder but found not criminally responsible for the killing because of a mental illness. Doctors who evaluated Mujtaba R. Jabbar for the state before the murder trial scheduled to begin yesterday diagnosed the defendant with schizophrenia and found that the disorder had left him unable to conform his behavior to the law, county prosecutor Rachel Cogen said.
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By GREGORY KANE | July 15, 2006
So now I'll have to scratch bowling off my list of recreational activities, thanks to the nasty thug who stabbed Baltimore Ravens linebacker Roderick Green last weekend. Green was treated at Sinai Hospital and should recover fully from his wound. He showed the better part of valor when he ran from his assailant and escaped further injury, according to a Sun article, by managing to "outdistance his assailant." There's much to be said for having 4.6 speed in the 40-yard dash. In fact, Green's putting distance between himself and his attacker was not only smart but downright honorable.
NEWS
June 18, 2006
On Thursday, June 15, 2006, PAUL T. SCHRUM, beloved husband of Rona Schrum (nee Berkman), devoted father of Laura Ann Lynch of Great Falls, Montana and Debra Joyce Batten of Tuscon, AZ., dear father-in-law Thomas Lynch and Timothy Batten. Beloved brother of Norman Schrum of Baltimore, MD., beloved son-in-law of Nathan and Lorraine Berkman of Tuscon, AZ, beloved brother-in-law of Sherry and Robert Stewart of Tuscon, AZ and Barbara Schrum of Baltimore, MD. Loving grandfather of Kelly Brianna Lynch and Sean Declan Lynch.
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By RONA MARECH and RONA MARECH,SUN REPORTER | June 18, 2006
The man accused of shooting and killing a stranger in an Owings Mills movie theater was a "good guy" but suffered from mental illness, the 24-year-old suspect's family said yesterday. "This was a great shock to our family and to those who knew my brother," Gul A. Jabbar, the sister of suspect Mujtaba Rabbani Jabbar, said in a written statement on behalf of the family. "This is a time of great grief." In a telephone interview, she added that her brother had never done anything like this.
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By NICK SHIELDS AND JOSH MITCHELL and NICK SHIELDS AND JOSH MITCHELL,SUN REPORTERS | June 17, 2006
Paul Schrum wanted to see X-Men: The Last Stand, but his wife wasn't interested in the film. So on Thursday evening- which is her night for mah-jongg with friends - he hugged her, kissed her on the cheek, and headed off to a multiplex up the road in Owings Mills. When hours passed without his return, Rona Schrum went looking for her husband. It was after 1 in the morning when she pulled into the movie theater parking lot and saw his car - and many police officers. In what police described as a random attack, Paul Schrum, a 62-year-old medical supplies salesman from Pikesville, was shot dead while watching a movie at Loews Valley Center 9 in Owings Mills.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 4, 2006
Key stops by Seton Keough goalie Allie Levy and a big goal from Lauren Wise pulled the Gators past visiting Bryn Mawr, 10-9, in double overtime yesterday. The Mawrtians (3-3) tied the game with 45 seconds left to play in regulation on a goal by Tara Hutchins. Three seconds before the end of regulation, Wise made a save on a point-blank shot to keep the Gators (5-3) afloat. While the Mawrtians were attempting to stall in the second overtime, Ashley Jones scooped a ground ball at midfield, raced downfield and shot and missed.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 13, 2008
Seven players scored for No. 15 Johns Hopkins as the Blue Jays defeated previously unbeaten Towson, 12-10, last night at Homewood Field. It is the Blue Jays' eighth straight win over the Tigers (4-1). Senior Kirby Houck (Garrison Forest) led the way with a hat trick and an assist in the win. Towson took a 2-0 lead 4:32 into the game with goals from Meggie McNamara and Hillary Fratzke. The Blue Jays (2-3) got on the board when sophomore Sam Schrum (St. Mary's) scored a free-position goal at 5:45, igniting a 6-0 Hopkins run. Sophomore Paige Ibello (Maryvale)
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By NICK SHIELDS AND JOSH MITCHELL and NICK SHIELDS AND JOSH MITCHELL,SUN REPORTERS | June 17, 2006
Paul Schrum wanted to see X-Men: The Last Stand, but his wife wasn't interested in the film. So on Thursday evening- which is her night for mah-jongg with friends - he hugged her, kissed her on the cheek, and headed off to a multiplex up the road in Owings Mills. When hours passed without his return, Rona Schrum went looking for her husband. It was after 1 in the morning when she pulled into the movie theater parking lot and saw his car - and many police officers. In what police described as a random attack, Paul Schrum, a 62-year-old medical supplies salesman from Pikesville, was shot dead while watching a movie at Loews Valley Center 9 in Owings Mills.
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By GLENN GRAHAM and GLENN GRAHAM,SUN REPORTER | March 21, 2006
The St. Mary's girls lacrosse team - last year's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champion - wasted no time picking up where it left off against its biggest rival, Severn, in yesterday's season opener at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis. Scoring the game's first five goals and then saving timely offense for the second half, the No. 2 Saints earned an 11-7 win over the No. 3 Admirals in a rematch of last year's title game. Seniors Samantha Schrum (four goals)
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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 13, 2005
Anastasia Adam had two goals and four assists and No. 4 Severn slowed John Carroll's offense yesterday en route to a 10-8 victory over the visiting Patriots in an Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A1 Conference semifinal. Severn (12-3) will meet No. 5 St. Mary's, a 15-10 victor over Seton Keough yesterday, in the conference title game tomorrow at 5 p.m. at Johns Hopkins. Severn, which before yesterday had fallen in the semifinals two years in a row, defeated St. Mary's, 7-6, in a regular-season game.
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