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July 11, 2003
Suddenly, on July 8 2003, MICHAEL JOSEPH SHUE, 26, devoted son of Lawrence "John" and Lola "Sandra" Shue, beloved brother of Jeffrey D. Shue, Wendy J. Shue-Gallow, and Christine M. Shue-Sprinkle; loving grandson of Thelma Addison; and cherished uncle of five nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, 12 Noon, at Glen Burnie United Methodist Church. Interment private. Arrangements by Fink Funeral Home P.A.
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By Nelson Coffin | May 2, 2012
Baltimore Catholic League commissioner Jack Degele said he's seen the five former players - Leon Dickerson (Cardinal Gibbons), Darryle Edwards (Calvert Hall), Darnell Harris (St. Frances Academy), Phil Lane (St. Maria Goretti) and Robbie O'Conor (Loyola Blakefield) - that will be inducted into the BCL Hall of Fame on Thursday evening at the Rolling Road Golf Country Club in Catonsville actually play for their respective teams. Degele also watched former Calvert Hall coach Mark Amatucci lead the Cardinals to the 1982 mythical national championship, knew former Cardinals Gibbons Athletic Director Larry Callahan and saw Barry Scroggins (Mount St. Joseph)
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NEWS
July 11, 2006
On July 9, 2006, MARGARET L. SHUE of Baltimore, MD, beloved wife of the late Frank S. Shue. She is survived by her two loving daughters, Mary Lee Hartsock and her husband Bob and Pegi Shue-Hedner and her husband Bernie, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. She is also survived by four brothers and sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME AT MEADOWRIDGE MEMORIAL PARK INC., 7250 Washington Boulevard, Elkridge (exit 6 off Rt. 100) on Tuesday from 5 to 7 P. M where services will be held in the Vermillion Chapel on Wednesday, July 12 at 11 A.M. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | December 16, 2010
You know the feeling — well, some of you, at least. You walk into a room full of strangers and can't think of anything remotely interesting to say. You really don't want to try saying anything and would much rather just disappear into the wallpaper. So it is with Charlie Baker, a far-from-gregarious Brit who faces such an intimidating predicament at the start of Larry Shue's "The Foreigner," a much-performed comedy being given a vibrant production by the Bay Theatre Company, Anne Arundel's only professional troupe.
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By John Steadman | August 27, 1993
Since he was a mere child, age 11, when he answered to the nickname of "Bones," Gene Shue has been associated with basketball. From the Willow Avenue Playground to the great venues of the country he has been a front-line player, coach and now an executive.Simple arithmetic tells you his association with the game, amateur and professional, has encompassed 51 years and counting. Now his nomination has been made to the Basketball Hall of Fame, which means Shue has been entered into the electoral process for the highest award the sport has to offer.
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By Alan Goldstein and Alan Goldstein,Staff Writer | November 11, 1993
Three former pro basketball stars with Baltimore ties -- Buddy Jeannette, Gene Shue and John "Red" Kerr, who distinguished themselves as players and coaches -- were among 11 men and women nominated yesterday for the Basketball Hall of Fame.To gain election to the basketball shrine in Springfield, Mass., a nominee must receive 18 of 24 votes by the honors committee. Balloting will take place Feb. 8.The other nominees were: Minneapolis Lakers star Vern Mikkelsen; New York Knicks and St. Louis Hawks coach Richie Guerin; Los Angeles Lakers forward Jamaal Wilkes; Louisville coach Denny Crum; former Detroit Pistons and current New Jersey Nets coach Chuck Daly; women's basketball stars Joan Crawford, an Amateur Athletic Union star from the 1950s, and Carol Blazejowski, who holds the women's career collegiate scoring record with an average of 31.7 points; and Cesare Rubini, who coached Milan to 10 international titles.
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By Bill Tanton | December 21, 1990
BALTIMORE-BORN and reared Gene Shue is looking forward to a homecoming next Wednesday night when the Philadelphia 76ers -- he's their first-year general manager -- come to the Arena to play the Bullets.Shue, who remains the Bullets' all-time winningest coach with 522 victories, is enjoying a rare experience this year: He's with a winner. Gene spent a lot of years coaching NBA doormat teams and building them up to respectability (he took the Baltimore Bullets and the Sixers from the depths to the league championship game)
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By Gina Piccalo and Gina Piccalo,Los Angeles Times | June 3, 2007
Elisabeth Shue took a deep breath. It was still early in the media push for her new film Gracie, an indie drama based on her own soccer-obsessed youth, and she clearly was still grappling with what she called the "sacredness" of her past, the "nerve-racking" aspect of making it public. The film, which opened Friday, tells the story of a feisty 15-year-old girl (played by Carly Schroeder) growing up in a middle-class home in late-1970s New Jersey. She's the only daughter in a family of three sons, and after her eldest brother dies, she competes on a boys' soccer team to win her father's approval.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | November 23, 1998
COLLEGE PARK -- There was a long and publicized rift between the Maryland basketball program and Dunbar High, but the Terps' once chilly relations with Baltimore were hardly restricted to the city's most storied prep institution.Would you believe that Juan Dixon, a redshirt freshman out of Calvert Hall, is the first player to go directly to Maryland out of one of the Catholic League schools since Gene Shue?"That's fascinating," Shue said from his home in Marina Del Ray, Calif. "Over the years, you had to have some pretty good players come out of the Catholic League."
NEWS
August 3, 1998
Harold Shue, 95, the oldest person to serve as a mayor in Ohio, died Friday in Anna. Mr. Shue, who resigned because of failing health three years ago, was 73 when he began a career in politics. He said he wanted to keep busy after his wife died in 1976, so he agreed to fill a vacancy on the Anna village council.In 1981, the mayor resigned and he was asked to serve out the term, which ended in 1983. He was then elected to three, four-year terms in Anna, a village of about 2,500 people in west-central Ohio.
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By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman , mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | December 4, 2009
He grew up in Govans, a poor kid on welfare who never owned a basketball. But that didn't stop Gene Shue from making his name in the game. He starred at Towson Catholic and then at Maryland, where Shue broke all of the Terps' scoring records and made All-American. A first-round NBA draft pick in 1954, he played a decade in the pros, earning a reputation as a defensive guard and making the All-Star team five times. Then Shue moved to coaching, where, over 22 years, he developed a knack for turning train-wreck pro teams into winners.
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By MARY JOHNSON and MARY JOHNSON,Special to The Sun | October 5, 2007
Bowie Community Theatre president Janice Coffey says this season is "all about laughter," and the troupe drew plenty of it last weekend with Larry Shue's The Nerd. Shue died in 1985 at age 39 in a commuter plane crash in Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains. His sitcom-style play opened on Broadway two years later, mixing a fun plot filled with colorful characters and physical and verbal comedy. As a bonus, it has a surprise ending. Bob Kauffman, former Anne Arundel Community College theater department chairman, recalled meeting Shue while taking students on a 1985 New York theater tour, which included seeing Shue's off-Broadway hit The Foreigner.
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By MILTON KENT | June 29, 2007
Top 10 careers of NBA-drafted Baltimore players: 1. Sam Cassell Taken No. 24 overall in the 1993 draft by Houston Cassell has parlayed a sweet mid-range jumper and court awareness into two NBA titles and more than 15,000 career points in 14 seasons. The Dunbar graduate was named second-team All-NBA and selected for the All-Star Game in the 2003-04 season. 2. Carmelo Anthony Taken No. 3 overall in the 2003 draft by Denver The silky-smooth Towson Catholic graduate finished second in the league in scoring last season, and is only a consistent jumper and a championship away from breaking through into LeBron James-Dwyane Wade territory.
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By Gina Piccalo and Gina Piccalo,Los Angeles Times | June 3, 2007
Elisabeth Shue took a deep breath. It was still early in the media push for her new film Gracie, an indie drama based on her own soccer-obsessed youth, and she clearly was still grappling with what she called the "sacredness" of her past, the "nerve-racking" aspect of making it public. The film, which opened Friday, tells the story of a feisty 15-year-old girl (played by Carly Schroeder) growing up in a middle-class home in late-1970s New Jersey. She's the only daughter in a family of three sons, and after her eldest brother dies, she competes on a boys' soccer team to win her father's approval.
NEWS
July 11, 2006
On July 9, 2006, MARGARET L. SHUE of Baltimore, MD, beloved wife of the late Frank S. Shue. She is survived by her two loving daughters, Mary Lee Hartsock and her husband Bob and Pegi Shue-Hedner and her husband Bernie, seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. She is also survived by four brothers and sisters. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME AT MEADOWRIDGE MEMORIAL PARK INC., 7250 Washington Boulevard, Elkridge (exit 6 off Rt. 100) on Tuesday from 5 to 7 P. M where services will be held in the Vermillion Chapel on Wednesday, July 12 at 11 A.M. Interment Meadowridge Memorial Park.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ashley Burrell and By Ashley Burrell,Sun Staff | October 14, 2004
It has been almost eight years since viewers have seen TV hunk Andrew Shue as Billy Campbell on the Fox soap Melrose Place. Shue has shied away from a life of glitz and glamour as an actor for a life where he can be a dedicated father, husband and mom's advocate. Yes, a mom's advocate. Shue and lifelong friend Michael Sanchez co-founded ClubMom, which recognizes mothers with discounts, advice and other rewards. ClubMom offers free membership to mothers, who can get savings and rebates from participating companies.
NEWS
March 10, 2000
The Columbia Community Players will hold auditions for Larry Shue's play "The Foreigner" at 7 p.m. Sunday and Monday at the Falkner Ridge neighborhood center, 10518 Marble Faun Lane, Columbia. Five men and two women are needed. Small speaking and nonspeaking roles for townspeople are available. Technical assistance is also needed. Information: Bob Russell, 410- 730-4024.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | December 10, 1999
When classmates at Overlea High School told 17-year-old Erica Nesbitt to "get over" her best friend's murder, it made her angry. No one seemed to understand her pain."
NEWS
July 16, 2003
On July 15, 2003, ISABELLE V. (nee Shue), beloved wife of the late William L. Mustin Sr., devoted mother of William L. Mustin Jr., Lalonny R. Baumes, Kim D. Nye, and the late Virginia Estelle Mustin, dear sister of Ann Slouck, Ellen and Ed Snively, Frances Deighrabor, and the late Mildred Godleski, John Craft, William, Lawrence, and Frank Shue, dear sister-in-law of Fred Mustin, Mary Lee and Eileen Anthony. Also survived by nine grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews.
NEWS
July 11, 2003
Suddenly, on July 8 2003, MICHAEL JOSEPH SHUE, 26, devoted son of Lawrence "John" and Lola "Sandra" Shue, beloved brother of Jeffrey D. Shue, Wendy J. Shue-Gallow, and Christine M. Shue-Sprinkle; loving grandson of Thelma Addison; and cherished uncle of five nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, 12 Noon, at Glen Burnie United Methodist Church. Interment private. Arrangements by Fink Funeral Home P.A.
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