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May 13, 2004
On May 10, 2004, DORIS ELAINESCHUERHOLZ (nee Rayfield), passed away at age 90. Doris was the beloved wife of the late Gilbert L. Schuerholz, Sr., dear sister of Jeanette Battenfeld and the late Alma Rathell; loving mother of Gilbert L. Schuerholz, Jr., Donald L. Schuerholz, Kathryn E. Balint and Jean A. De Haro; loving grandmother of Gilbert L. Schuerholz, III, Tracey Pahl, Jennifer and Jaclyn Schuerholz, Laura and Elizabeth Balint, Brooke and Kasey De...
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | May 11, 2009
Donald J. Schuerholz, a retired co-owner of a Baltimore consulting engineering firm and a former captain of the University of Maryland men's basketball team, died of heart failure May 2 at the Fairhaven Health Care Center in Sykesville. The former Ellicott City resident was 86. His father, William Schuerholz, who coached the Loyola College men's basketball team from 1912 to 1926, had 10 children. Donald Schuerholz's elder brother, Gilbert, was an All-American soccer goaltender. His nephew is Atlanta Braves President John Schuerholz.
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By Bill Tanton | October 29, 1991
Baltimore native John Schuerholz, first-year general manager of the National League champion Atlanta Braves, is being told that his club will be the team of the '90s.And why not, with young pitchers like Steve Avery, 21, John Smoltz, 24, and Tom Glavine, 25 -- plus a farm system loaded with talent?Schuerholz chooses not to look a decade ahead."The way players move from team to team these days," says Schuerholz, "I don't know if you can talk about a team of the '90s. You can talk about teams for the next three years, and we should be right up there."
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By PETER SCHMUCK | December 21, 2008
N ews item: Boston Red Sox owner John Henry shocked the baseball world when he abruptly declared that his team was no longer "a factor" in the negotiations for free-agent first baseman Mark Teixeira. My take: This is quite a setback for agent Scott Boras, who apparently thought Henry bore a striking resemblance to Texas Rangers owner Tom Hicks, the guy who rolled over and gave Alex Rodriguez that ridiculous $252 million contract eight years ago. News item: Washington Redskins executive vice president Vinny Cerrato waffled when answering a question about the future job security of coach Jim Zorn.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | June 9, 1997
No one keeps records, so Gil Schuerholz and Mike Castrilli have no idea how many matches they've played. Maybe a dozen, Schuerholz says. Maybe two dozen, Castrilli says."
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | June 8, 1997
Watching Claude England and Gil Schuerholz play tennis is like watching Mutt play Jeff. England stands 5 feet 2; Schuerholz is 6-4."You should see us in doubles, when we're on the same side of the net," Schuerholz said, laughing.It was one-on-one yesterday in the semifinals of the Greater Baltimore Men's Singles Championships, and Schuerholz beat his stubborn rival, 6-0, 2-6, 6-4, to advance to the final today at 2 p.m. at Suburban Club.Schuerholz, 34, the defending champion and pro at Circle D Tennis Club in Woodbine, will face last year's runner-up, Mike Castrilli, who outlasted unseeded Ramon Bernal, 3-6, 7-5, 6-3.Schuerholz defeated Castrilli the last time they met, in the Mid-Atlantic championships in April.
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By Bill Tanton | October 22, 1991
Atlanta general manager John Schuerholz shrugs off his team's 0-2 start against Minnesota in the World Series."This is right where we want to be," says Schuerholz, "with our backs to the wall. Our guys seem to respond better when they're in that position. That's the way they've been all year."Schuerholz, in his first year with the Braves after serving as GM at Kansas City, offers more than bravado to justify his optimism."We're at home now and we have two of the hottest pitchers in the game going the next two nights [Steve Avery and John Smoltz]
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By Bill Tanton | October 20, 1992
Every parent's dream -- seeing a son or daughter reach the pinnacle of his or her profession -- is not always without its difficulties.Baltimorean John Schuerholz Sr. knows that better than most.His son, John Jr., is the general manager of the Atlanta Braves. Young John, who grew up here and played sports at City College and Towson State, is the architect of the Atlanta team that is in its second straight World Series."I like watching John's team in the Series," says John Sr., 75, who retired 10 years ago after 42 years in the accounting department at Bethlehem Steel.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1999
Former Johns Hopkins University administrator Robert J. Schuerholz admitted yesterday in federal court to failing to report $348,900 in taxable income over a four-year period -- university money he received in what prosecutors described as a "billing fraud and kickback scheme."The extent of Schuerholz's income tax evasion -- he avoided paying $97,692 in federal income taxes from 1992 to 1995 -- and the details of his scheme were revealed by prosecutors in a statement of facts that accompanied a plea agreement reached with the 63-year-old resident of Manor Glen Road in Baldwin.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | May 11, 2009
Donald J. Schuerholz, a retired co-owner of a Baltimore consulting engineering firm and a former captain of the University of Maryland men's basketball team, died of heart failure May 2 at the Fairhaven Health Care Center in Sykesville. The former Ellicott City resident was 86. His father, William Schuerholz, who coached the Loyola College men's basketball team from 1912 to 1926, had 10 children. Donald Schuerholz's elder brother, Gilbert, was an All-American soccer goaltender. His nephew is Atlanta Braves President John Schuerholz.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN STAFF | September 18, 2005
IT ALL STARTED with a letter to Orioles owner Jerry Hoffberger 40 years ago. The Baltimore County junior high school teacher loved baseball and had wanted to work in the industry ever since his collegiate playing days at Towson State had ended. So the 20-something dropped the Orioles a line. Hoffberger was intrigued and forwarded the letter to one of his executives. Eventually, the industrious kid interviewed and was hired to be the farm director's assistant - at a salary of $4,700. Four decades later, the Orioles are again furiously searching to recapture past success while that kid, John Schuerholz, may be enjoying his finest season in baseball.
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June 9, 2004
On June 5, 2004; WILLIAM L., beloved husband of Shirley Langenfelder (nee Koehler); loving father of William A. Langenfelder and his friend Nancy Costello and Cindy Schuerholz and her husband Larry; dear grandfather of Andrew Schuerholz and step-grandchildren Chris and Hillary Schuerholz; dear brother of Ruth Pearce, Laverne Militello, Eileen Meisenheimer and the late John Langenfelder. Also, survived by nieces, nephews and cousins. Friends may call at CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road Tuesday and Wednesday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral Service Thursday 10 AM. Internment Louden Park Cemetery.
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May 13, 2004
On May 10, 2004, DORIS ELAINESCHUERHOLZ (nee Rayfield), passed away at age 90. Doris was the beloved wife of the late Gilbert L. Schuerholz, Sr., dear sister of Jeanette Battenfeld and the late Alma Rathell; loving mother of Gilbert L. Schuerholz, Jr., Donald L. Schuerholz, Kathryn E. Balint and Jean A. De Haro; loving grandmother of Gilbert L. Schuerholz, III, Tracey Pahl, Jennifer and Jaclyn Schuerholz, Laura and Elizabeth Balint, Brooke and Kasey De...
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By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | July 14, 2000
Atlanta Braves general manager John Schuerholz made an appearance at Towson University yesterday, checking on the baseball complex that will bear his name. Schuerholz, a 1962 graduate of the Baltimore County school, donated $250,000 last year for an upgrade to the campus facility, Burdick Field, and was in town for his team's three-game series with the Orioles. "Thanks to interleague play, we get to play the Orioles at Camden Yards and it's easy for me to come up and visit," said Schuerholz, who donated the money after entreaties from Towson vice president Joanne Glasser and athletic director Wayne Edwards.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1999
The Johns Hopkins University has filed a multimillion-dollar civil lawsuit against its former facilities director and four others, charging that the university was defrauded in a scheme involving false and inflated billings from two contractors.The suit, filed Friday in Carroll County Circuit Court, follows the sentencing three weeks ago of the facilities director, Robert J. Schuerholz, who received 18 months in federal prison for income tax evasion for failing to pay taxes on money he received in the scheme.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 13, 1999
A former Johns Hopkins University administrator was sentenced yesterday to 18 months in federal prison for income tax evasion after failing to pay taxes on university money he received in a billing fraud and kickback scheme.U.S. District Judge Benson E. Legg also sentenced Robert J. Schuerholz, 64, of Manor Glen Road in Baldwinto two years of supervised release and a $4,000 fine.Schuerholz, Hopkins' former executive director of facilities and management, pleaded guilty in May to a single count of tax evasion for 1995, when he understated his income by $113,470 and failed to pay $31,772 in taxes.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 8, 1999
The Johns Hopkins University has filed a multimillion-dollar civil lawsuit against its former facilities director and four others, charging that the university was defrauded in a scheme involving false and inflated billings from two contractors.The suit, filed Friday in Carroll County Circuit Court, follows the sentencing three weeks ago of the facilities director, Robert J. Schuerholz, who received 18 months in federal prison for income tax evasion for failing to pay taxes on money he received in the scheme.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 13, 1999
A former Johns Hopkins University administrator was sentenced yesterday to 18 months in federal prison for income tax evasion after failing to pay taxes on university money he received in a billing fraud and kickback scheme.U.S. District Judge Benson E. Legg also sentenced Robert J. Schuerholz, 64, of Manor Glen Road in Baldwinto two years of supervised release and a $4,000 fine.Schuerholz, Hopkins' former executive director of facilities and management, pleaded guilty in May to a single count of tax evasion for 1995, when he understated his income by $113,470 and failed to pay $31,772 in taxes.
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By Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko and Joe Strauss and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | October 14, 1999
ATLANTA -- One week after being abruptly dismissed as Orioles general manager, Frank Wren was hired yesterday as the Atlanta Braves' vice president and assistant general manager.Braves general manager John Schuerholz, who first discussed the position with Wren last Thursday, called his new hire's credentials "absolutely perfect for this position.""Frank's the kind of guy who has excellent work habits, handles himself in a very professional fashion and is very well respected. And I think he feels the same way about our organization," Schuerholz said.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 14, 1999
Former Johns Hopkins University administrator Robert J. Schuerholz admitted yesterday in federal court to failing to report $348,900 in taxable income over a four-year period -- university money he received in what prosecutors described as a "billing fraud and kickback scheme."The extent of Schuerholz's income tax evasion -- he avoided paying $97,692 in federal income taxes from 1992 to 1995 -- and the details of his scheme were revealed by prosecutors in a statement of facts that accompanied a plea agreement reached with the 63-year-old resident of Manor Glen Road in Baldwin.
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