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December 31, 2003
Stambaugh and Clodie (Mudge) Bixler, loving husband of D. Lynn (Phillips) Stambaugh, devoted father of Hannah L. Stambaugh, brother of David C. Stambaugh and Debbi M. Stambaugh. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10 A.M. Wednesday, December 31, 2003 at Sacred Heart Basilica, 30 Basilica Drive, Hanover, PA, with Father Lawrence J. McNeil as celebrant. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M., Tuesday, December 30, 2003 at the Kenworthy Funeral Home, Inc., 269 Frederick Street, Hanover, PA. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, PA.
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By Rich Scherr and For The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
Neither Claire Ford of Notre Dame Prep nor Matt Stambaugh of Eastern Tech sought the spotlight in their high school sports careers. On Monday night, however, both seniors found themselves literally bathed in it at the 74th Annual McCormick Unsung Heroes Awards in Hunt Valley. Ford, who switched from shooting guard to point guard her senior year of basketball, and Stambaugh, who excelled as a guard in football despite his 5-foot-9, 165-pound frame, each were named winners of the event's crowning prize, the Charles Perry McCormick Scholarship, worth $36,000 over four years.
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NEWS
September 1, 1991
The Carroll County Men's Softball League used a new format for its postseason tournament this year, and that suited Lehigh-Stambaugh justfine.The team, a mix of players from the old Dougherty's Seafoodand Lehigh squads, defeated Harrell's, 16-14, in the championship game Wednesday at the Carroll County Sports Complex.It was the third time the two A Division teams had clashed in thepostseason event.In years past, the top 16 teams in the 32-team league would advance to a single double-elimination tournament.
NEWS
February 25, 2008
Anna A. Stambaugh, former president of a Baltimore County waste removal company, died Tuesday at St. Joseph Medical Center of undetermined causes. The longtime Lutherville resident was 93. Born and raised in Govans, the former Anna Amelia Soth married Edward Clay Stambaugh Sr. in 1931. Mr. Stambaugh worked as a coal machine operator in Western Maryland and Virginia in the 1930s and early 1940s, and the couple moved around between Frostburg, Cumberland and Norfolk, Va. They returned to the Baltimore area in the mid-1940s, raising their three children in what's now known as the Nottingham section of Baltimore County, according to her son, Edward Clay Stambaugh Jr. of Lutherville.
NEWS
April 15, 1991
Services for Harvey A. Stambaugh Jr., president of a Baltimore steel fabricating firm, will be at 11 a.m. today at the Witzke Funeral Home, 1630 Edmondson Ave.Mr. Stambaugh, who was 89, died Friday at his home in Ten Hills after a lengthy illness.Born in Baltimore, he was president of Harvey A. Stambaugh and Sons Inc., a business founded by his father on Key Highway in 1919.After graduating from Baltimore public schools and the Maryland Institute, Mr. Stambaugh married Virginia Hoopes in 1922 and went to work for a tool and die company and then the family business.
NEWS
April 15, 1991
Harvey A. Stambaugh Jr., president of a Baltimore steel fabricating firm, died Friday at his home in Ten Hills after a lengthy illness. He was 89.Services for Mr. Stambaugh were being held today at the Witzke funeral establishment, 1630 Edmondson Ave.Born in Baltimore, he was president of Harvey A. Stambaugh and Sons Inc., a business founded by his father on Key Highway in 1919.After graduating from Baltimore public schools and the Maryland Institute, Mr. Stambaugh married Virginia Hoopes in 1922 and went to work for a tool and die company and then the family business.
NEWS
January 27, 1998
New Windsor has awarded a $183,000 contract for building a well house to Stambaugh's Inc., a Union Bridge excavating company.The project involves construction of a shelter for two existing wells and an access road to the one-acre property from Hillside Drive.The excavating company offered the lowest of eight bids and won the job this month. Construction will depend on the weather but could begin as early as next week. The work should be completed by late spring, said Mayor Jack A. Gullo Jr.The town, which previously supplied water to its more than 1,000 residents from natural springs, dug the wells about two years ago to meet the demands of new development.
NEWS
February 25, 2008
Anna A. Stambaugh, former president of a Baltimore County waste removal company, died Tuesday at St. Joseph Medical Center of undetermined causes. The longtime Lutherville resident was 93. Born and raised in Govans, the former Anna Amelia Soth married Edward Clay Stambaugh Sr. in 1931. Mr. Stambaugh worked as a coal machine operator in Western Maryland and Virginia in the 1930s and early 1940s, and the couple moved around between Frostburg, Cumberland and Norfolk, Va. They returned to the Baltimore area in the mid-1940s, raising their three children in what's now known as the Nottingham section of Baltimore County, according to her son, Edward Clay Stambaugh Jr. of Lutherville.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | December 28, 2000
James William Stambaugh Jr., a Burger King manager, was found dead early Sunday outside his Hunt Valley restaurant near York and Shawan roads. He was 21 and lived in Towson. Baltimore County police believe Mr. Stambaugh was killed by robbers Saturday night or early Sunday. A career food service worker, he began as a 16-year-old high school student taking customer orders at a Burger King on Joppa Road in the Satyr Hill section of Baltimore County. "He was a people person," said Annette Swann of Edgewood, manager of the Burger King.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 24, 1997
Francis Scott Key senior Stephanie Stambaugh knows she'll be playing college volleyball next fall, somewhere.It won't be at Towson State University, however, where she was expecting to play.The Sun's two-time Carroll Player of the Year said the school offered her a full scholarship last fall as she was leading Key to the Class 1A state title and, while waiting for her Scholastic Assessment Test scores to come back earlier this month, it rescinded the offer.Stambaugh said she received a letter from Towson State last week stating the scholarship was no longer available.
NEWS
By JENNIFER MCMENAMIN and JENNIFER MCMENAMIN,SUN REPORTER | August 4, 2006
RISING SUN -- Sis, the Siberian tiger, paced back and forth, stalking the stretch of chain link fence between her and the sunken pool where a zookeeper was dropping bucket-size chunks of ice into the water. Released back into her main pen, the majestic feline circled the pool, dipped one huge paw as if to test the temperature and then took a long, lapping drink of newly cooled water. "She's very perky and excited when it's going to snow," Nancy Sepulvado, director of the Plumpton Park Zoo in Cecil County, explained yesterday.
NEWS
April 10, 2005
On April 4, 2005 FLORENCE NAOMI MILES (nee Stambaugh) at Manor Care, Ruxton after a lengthy illness, Beloved wife of the late Bernie Miles, loving sister of Daisy J. Gagliano and the late Clay Stambaugh, Sarah Haber, Hazel Purdy, Emily Hare and Ruth Pennock, loving sister-in-law of the late Arthur and Frances Meyers, dearest friend of Jim Oleyar of Towson, MD and Leon and Nancy Walker of Detroit, MI, also survived by many loving nieces andnephews....
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2004
Two years ago, Sean Forney was a 103-pound Francis Scott Key freshman. Yesterday, although nearly 60 pounds heavier, the slender 6-foot junior proved he's no lightweight wrestler. Forney used leverage to secure a double-leg takedown with four seconds left in a come-from-behind, 5-4, decision for the 160-pound title over Oakland Mills' Jeremy Askew. His win raised his record to 12-3, dropped Askew to 12-1 and allowed him to join winning teammates Joe Hansborough (145), Luke Schuster (189)
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 26, 2004
With two games left, Francis Scott Key appears to be not only closing in on the postseason berth that has eluded it since 2000, but also on titles in both the Carroll County League and in the Piedmont Division of the Monocacy Valley Athletic League, said third-year coach John Baugher. Last weekend's 32-28 win over Tuscarora of Frederick County moved the Eagles to 5-0 in the Piedmont, and 7-1 overall. A win over county rival Winters Mill in the season finale would clinch an unbeaten Piedmont record, along with a 6-1 county mark that would clinch that title as well.
BUSINESS
By Patricia V. Rivera and Patricia V. Rivera,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 17, 2004
Jeanie Stambaugh wasn't sure, at first, what to think about the aging green, tin roof that capped her early 20th-century Cockeysville bungalow. As the paint on the low-slung roof with wide-overhanging eaves started to wear and rust showed up, she and her husband, Michael, considered ripping out the metal and replacing it with asphalt shingles. Then they started to see more homes with that look reminiscent of rural early America that metal roofs can sometimes evoke. "We decided to stay with metal, but we selected a barn-red color to better contrast with our yellow house," said Stambaugh, vice president of a Timonium interior design company.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2004
The Hampstead Town Council has voted to make property owners responsible for repairing and maintaining sidewalks even when their property does not abut them. The vote came after the heated protests of a resident who called the town in February for fear that someone might trip over the damaged sidewalk in front of his house. "Now, I was told I could be billed up to ... $1,000 for sidewalk repair," said David Traenkner, 27, of the 4200 block of North Woods Trail. "I have a plat that says my property does not abut the sidewalk."
SPORTS
By STAN DILLON | June 4, 1995
Mike Stambaugh of Union Bridge is probably one of the busiest drivers at the 75-80 Dragway in Monrovia. When he isn't making his timing and elimination runs, he can be found directing other drivers onto the starting grid."
NEWS
April 23, 2004
On April 21, 2004, IRMA M. STAMBAUGH; beloved wife of the late John Stambaugh; devoted mother of the late Joan M. Shillenn; cherished grandmother of three and great-grandmother of seven. There will be a graveside service 10 AM Saturday, at Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are by the family owned Evans Chapel of Memories-Parkville.
NEWS
February 29, 2004
On February 26, 2004, RUTH MARIE PENNOCK (nee Stambaugh) of Westminster, MD (formerly of Putty Hill, Baltimore, MD); beloved wife of the late John La Free Pennock and devoted mother of Jane A. Gulde of East Berlin, P.A. and Nancy R. Whittington of New Windsor, MD. Dear sister of Florence Miles and Daisy Gagliano, both of Baltimore, MD and the late Sarah Haber, Clay Stambaugh, Emily Hare and Hazel Purdy; loving grandmother of Kimberly Bogue, Stephanie Ogle...
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