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October 22, 2005
On October 19, 2005, GENEVA H. SEIPP, of Stewartstown, PA. Wife of Benjamin F. Seipp, mother of Franklin W. and Richard L. Seipp. Also survived by four grandsons and four great grandsons. Following cremation, services will be at the convenience of the family. J.J. Hartenstein Mortuary, Inc., 24 Second St., New Freedom, PA is in charge of arrangements.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | December 20, 2006
North Carroll sophomore wrestlers Kyle Lemmon and Jeremy Seipp knew that of the 14 bouts wrestled, the outcome of last night's Carroll County dual meet at No. 7 Winters Mill would boil down to theirs. On the weekend of Dec. 8-9, Lemmon had suffered a 10-point loss to the Falcons' Jake Pennington, and Seipp had lost to two wrestlers whom Winters Mill's Gus Mohlhenrich handily defeated. But each of the boys rose to the occasion in the 10th-ranked Panthers' come-from-behind, 36-29 victory, with Lemmon edging Pennington, 5-3, at 112 pounds, and Seipp winning, 9-2, over Mohlhenrich at 119 pounds during a seven-bout sweep by the defending county champions before a screaming crowd.
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By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,Sun Staff Writer | April 7, 1994
Before Mike Seipp could become Baltimore's deputy housing commissioner several years ago, he had to defuse the idea that he was still a neighborhood agitator.He had been a city employee for five years. But the image of a slightly scruffy and tireless organizer, someone who fights City Hall for a living, clung to him.In the 1970s, he worked with a number of community organizations: HARBEL in Northeast Baltimore, the Coalition of Peninsula Organizations and the Greater Homewood group.He was pleased by the reputation he had earned, yet anxious to show how much he had changed.
NEWS
November 17, 2006
On November 15, 2006, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN "Frank" SEIPP, of Stewartstown, PA.M-BM- husband of the late Geneva H. Seipp, father of Franklin W. Seipp and Richard L. Seipp,M-BM- son of the late Benjamin F. Seipp, Sr., and the late Margaret (nee Neeb) Seipp.M-BM- He is also survived by four grandsons and four great grandsons.M-BM- Mr. Seipp retired in 1979 after 30 years of service as a Battalion Chief from the Baltimore County Fire Department. Following cremation, interment will be private at the convenience of the family.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | July 31, 2003
Maryland's highest court ruled yesterday that a City Council candidate must be returned to the ballot for the Sept. 9 Democratic primary, two weeks after his candidacy was disqualified on a technicality. The Court of Appeals ruling reverses last week's Baltimore Circuit Court decision upholding the removal of Michael Seipp from this year's election. The appeals court did not explain its reasons but said an opinion will be issued later. Seipp is challenging incumbent Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. for the 11th District council seat, which encompasses downtown and the Inner Harbor.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN REPORTER | December 20, 2006
North Carroll sophomore wrestlers Kyle Lemmon and Jeremy Seipp knew that of the 14 bouts wrestled, the outcome of last night's Carroll County dual meet at No. 7 Winters Mill would boil down to theirs. On the weekend of Dec. 8-9, Lemmon had suffered a 10-point loss to the Falcons' Jake Pennington, and Seipp had lost to two wrestlers whom Winters Mill's Gus Mohlhenrich handily defeated. But each of the boys rose to the occasion in the 10th-ranked Panthers' come-from-behind, 36-29 victory, with Lemmon edging Pennington, 5-3, at 112 pounds, and Seipp winning, 9-2, over Mohlhenrich at 119 pounds during a seven-bout sweep by the defending county champions before a screaming crowd.
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By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,SUN STAFF | October 28, 2000
The impending departure of Michael V. Seipp as head of the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition drew a mixed reaction yesterday, with some lauding his commitment and others seeing a chance to reinvigorate the organization's struggling efforts to revitalize housing. No replacement for Seipp has been publicly identified, although one east-side City Council member, Bernard C. "Jack" Young, expressed interest in the job. Although Seipp's critics include the mayor, he also has strong supporters.
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By Rafael Alvarez and Rafael Alvarez,SUN STAFF | October 27, 2000
Michael V. Seipp resigned this week as executive director of the Historic East Baltimore Community Action Coalition, a nonprofit devoted to rebuilding blighted neighborhoods. Although much criticism has been aimed at the coalition's lack of progress in renovating city housing stock since the public-private partnership was established in 1995, Seipp said he was not forced from the job. "The decision was based on my feeling that the organization needed new energy," Seipp, 48, said last night.
NEWS
July 24, 2003
An item in the City-County Digest in some editions of The Sun yesterday said a representative of the city's Board of Elections called former City Council candidate Michael Seipp to remind him of the approaching deadline for filing financial disclosure forms. Seipp, however, failed to file those forms on time and was disqualified from running in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary. Seipp said yesterday that the board left a voice message to remind him of the deadline but that he did not retrieve the message until after the deadline had passed.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | November 17, 2000
A man trying to cross eastbound Interstate 695 in Woodlawn was killed last night in a hit-and-run incident, state police said. According to Sgt. Steve Seipp, the victim was crossing I-695 under the Crosby Road overpass about 9:30 p.m. when he was struck by a white van. The man was thrown several feet in the air and landed on another eastbound van before he fell in the middle lane of the three-lane highway, Seipp said. Then, he was hit by another vehicle, Seipp said. The body was taken to the state medical examiner's office in Baltimore for an autopsy and identification.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | January 15, 2006
Few wrestlers know what to expect during their freshman high school seasons, but that wasn't the case for North Carroll's Jeremy Seipp. The former junior league place-winner knew that, in his league alone, he would have to contend with South Carroll's former junior league state champion Ryan Reiter and junior league runner-up Jake Pennington. But the 103-pounder passed a huge test by emerging with yesterday's title at the 16-team Franklin Invitational, scoring a 38-second pin, a 6-0 semifinal win over Reiter and a 13-9 victory over Pennington (14-3)
NEWS
May 18, 2005
On May 16, 2005, CALVIN HAROLD, of Reisterstown, devoted husband of Sharon Hamilton (nee Seipp), beloved father of Brad Hamilton and Tech Sgt. Dawn Langston and husband David, step-father of W. Scott Senseney and wife Wendy, son-in-law of Romaine Seipp, brother of Marymagdalen Hamilton, Catherine Didas, Ann Houchin, Amy Myers, Patrick Hamilton, Patricia Casper, Richard Hamilton, Francis Hamilton and Mary Frances Tyrrell, grandfather of Brylea Luff, Shane...
NEWS
September 23, 2003
On September 22, 2003 CATHERINE K.; loving aunt of F. Michael Muhl, Michael R. Muhl, Christine Keener, Julia Muhl and Patricia Collins. Friends may call at the family owned Buzdzinski Funeral Home P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Ave, Essex at Rte 702 (beltway exit 36) on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Graveside Services and Interment in Lorraine Park Cemetery on Wednesday at 10 A.M.
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By Scott Calvert and Scott Calvert,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2003
Last month, when the Mount Royal Democratic Club endorsed political novice Michael Seipp's bid to unseat veteran City Councilman Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. in the Sept. 9 primary, it caught at least one person off guard. "I was kind of taken aback by their process and how it happened," said Mitchell, first elected in 1995. "But," he added in an interview last week, "that's just something you deal with and move on." While the club's vote reflected the views of only a few dozen of Mitchell's Bolton Hill neighbors, it reinforced a sense that the race in the new 11th District could be close.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | July 31, 2003
Maryland's highest court ruled yesterday that a City Council candidate must be returned to the ballot for the Sept. 9 Democratic primary, two weeks after his candidacy was disqualified on a technicality. The Court of Appeals ruling reverses last week's Baltimore Circuit Court decision upholding the removal of Michael Seipp from this year's election. The appeals court did not explain its reasons but said an opinion will be issued later. Seipp is challenging incumbent Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. for the 11th District council seat, which encompasses downtown and the Inner Harbor.
NEWS
July 24, 2003
An item in the City-County Digest in some editions of The Sun yesterday said a representative of the city's Board of Elections called former City Council candidate Michael Seipp to remind him of the approaching deadline for filing financial disclosure forms. Seipp, however, failed to file those forms on time and was disqualified from running in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary. Seipp said yesterday that the board left a voice message to remind him of the deadline but that he did not retrieve the message until after the deadline had passed.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | December 24, 2002
A two-vehicle crash on the Baltimore Beltway that snarled traffic for nearly two hours yesterday might have been caused by a driver trying to commit suicide, Maryland State Police said. Samuel Krasin, 28, of Eastpoint pulled his 1995 GMC pickup truck to the shoulder of Interstate 695 near Harford Road about 1:20 p.m. to use his phone, said Sgt. Steve Seipp. A 1994 Ford station wagon hit his vehicle from behind, pushing the truck into the road, Seipp said. The station wagon driver, identified only as a 47-year-old Rossville man, told officers that he was trying to kill himself, police said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | July 23, 2003
CLARIFICATION An item in the City-County Digest in some editions of The Sun yesterday said a representative of the city's Board of Elections called former City Council candidate Michael Seipp to remind him of the approaching deadline for filing financial disclosure forms. Seipp, however, failed to file those forms on time and was disqualified from running in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary. Seipp said yesterday that the board left a voice message to remind him of the deadline but that he did not retrieve the message until after the deadline had passed.
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