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December 18, 2007
On December 15, 2007, after fighting a long battle with her illness, SANDY had passed away. She is survived by her parents, Gail and Steve Phillips, her loving children, David and Christopher Ott, her sister, Dawn Phillips and her boyfriend Chris Quasky, her brother, Steve Phillips and his wife Michelle. Also survived by her loving niece and nephews, Gregory and Stephen Saghy, Christopher Quasky, Jr., Coraleigh Phillips, Timothy King and Jordyn Saghy. Family members and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road on Wednesday from 4 to 6 P.M., where a service will be held at the funeral hour of 6 P.M. Interment private.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2011
In the two decades that Baltimore's Phillips Foods has been importing crabmeat from Asia, fishermen in countries such as Indonesia have had to work harder for each catch and their harvests have yielded increasingly smaller blue swimming crabs. Now Phillips and other major U.S. crab importers, all competitors, are joining forces to reverse the trend that they played a major part in causing. The importers say they're taking steps to protect the future of what has become a key global fishery and prevent the type of overfishing that led to declines in Chesapeake Bay blue crabs.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun reporter | July 18, 2007
Steve Phillips put the future of his family-owned seafood business in the hands of an outsider who grew to be a trusted partner and his best friend. But Mark W. Sneed, president of Phillips Foods and Seafood Restaurants, died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 50 Monday, leaving the company with a huge personal and professional void. "Everybody was just totally shocked at this sudden tragedy," said company Chief Executive Officer Steve Phillips, who spent yesterday with Sneed's wife, Candace, and three small children.
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By SUSAN REIMER | October 26, 2009
In yet another example of powerful men behaving badly with women underlings, ESPN baseball announcer Steve Phillips admitted last week to having an affair with a 22-year-old production assistant at the network. Unlike the even more powerful David Letterman, who admitted having affairs with women in his employ, Mr. Phillips was fired Monday by ESPN and has been served with divorce papers by his wife. It looks as if both CBS and Mr. Letterman's wife are sticking by the late-night host for the moment.
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By SUSAN REIMER | October 26, 2009
In yet another example of powerful men behaving badly with women underlings, ESPN baseball announcer Steve Phillips admitted last week to having an affair with a 22-year-old production assistant at the network. Unlike the even more powerful David Letterman, who admitted having affairs with women in his employ, Mr. Phillips was fired Monday by ESPN and has been served with divorce papers by his wife. It looks as if both CBS and Mr. Letterman's wife are sticking by the late-night host for the moment.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 28, 2011
In the two decades that Baltimore's Phillips Foods has been importing crabmeat from Asia, fishermen in countries such as Indonesia have had to work harder for each catch and their harvests have yielded increasingly smaller blue swimming crabs. Now Phillips and other major U.S. crab importers, all competitors, are joining forces to reverse the trend that they played a major part in causing. The importers say they're taking steps to protect the future of what has become a key global fishery and prevent the type of overfishing that led to declines in Chesapeake Bay blue crabs.
NEWS
By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Sun Reporter | December 31, 2006
It might be the greatest diplomatic coup in history, and a historian at Towson University has told the inside story. That would be the 1972 trip by President Richard M. Nixon to what was then known as Red China. Steve Phillips, an associate professor at Towson, edited the just-published Volume XVII of Foreign Relations of the United States, which deals with the China initiative. This series of government publications is essentially a compilation of official documents that tells the official history of U.S. foreign policy.
SPORTS
October 2, 1991
BASEBALL (NL) * New York Mets -- Named Steve Phillips director of minor league operations; Scott Brown administrative assistant of scouting; and Maureen Cooke administrator of minor league department.* San Diego Padres -- Announced the resignation of Dennis Sommers (lead scout).BASKETBALL (NBA) * Los Angeles Clippers -- Signed Tony Brown (forward) and Greg Wiltjer (center).* Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed Anthony Jones (forward).FOOTBALL (NFL) * Indianapolis Colts -- Fired Ron Meyer (coach)
SPORTS
April 4, 1999
Best all-around player: Rockies OF Larry WalkerMost Valuable Player: Mets C Mike PiazzaCy Young Award: Braves' John SmoltzRookie of the Year: Cardinals OF J. D. DrewBest comeback: Marlins P Alex FernandezWorst comedown: Cubs P Rod BeckBest addition: Dodgers P Kevin BrownWorst subtraction: Padres P Kevin BrownUnderrated player: Rockies 3B Vinny CastillaUnderrated pitcher: Expos' Dustin HermansonRising star: Braves OF Andruw JonesFading star: Padres P...
NEWS
May 22, 2013
In regards to the article about MARC adding weekend service to Washington ("MARC gets a boost," may 20): Once again we are supporting Baltimore City with our gas tax for the MARC train to go from Baltimore to Washington. Next it will be the Red and Purple lines. I am sick and tired of supporting another give-away program. This will not help me or a lot of other taxpayers in Maryland, the state that taxes anything that moves. Let the transportation system pay for itself or cut it back until it can make money.
NEWS
December 18, 2007
On December 15, 2007, after fighting a long battle with her illness, SANDY had passed away. She is survived by her parents, Gail and Steve Phillips, her loving children, David and Christopher Ott, her sister, Dawn Phillips and her boyfriend Chris Quasky, her brother, Steve Phillips and his wife Michelle. Also survived by her loving niece and nephews, Gregory and Stephen Saghy, Christopher Quasky, Jr., Coraleigh Phillips, Timothy King and Jordyn Saghy. Family members and friends may call at the family owned AMBROSE FUNERAL HOME OF LANSDOWNE, 2719 Hammonds Ferry Road on Wednesday from 4 to 6 P.M., where a service will be held at the funeral hour of 6 P.M. Interment private.
BUSINESS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun reporter | July 18, 2007
Steve Phillips put the future of his family-owned seafood business in the hands of an outsider who grew to be a trusted partner and his best friend. But Mark W. Sneed, president of Phillips Foods and Seafood Restaurants, died suddenly of a heart attack at the age of 50 Monday, leaving the company with a huge personal and professional void. "Everybody was just totally shocked at this sudden tragedy," said company Chief Executive Officer Steve Phillips, who spent yesterday with Sneed's wife, Candace, and three small children.
NEWS
By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Sun Reporter | December 31, 2006
It might be the greatest diplomatic coup in history, and a historian at Towson University has told the inside story. That would be the 1972 trip by President Richard M. Nixon to what was then known as Red China. Steve Phillips, an associate professor at Towson, edited the just-published Volume XVII of Foreign Relations of the United States, which deals with the China initiative. This series of government publications is essentially a compilation of official documents that tells the official history of U.S. foreign policy.
NEWS
May 21, 2013
In reference to the article, "BGE seeks rate increase on heels of last case" (May 17), BGE should be run like any other company. Every other company has to pass some of the cost to the stockholders, reducing quarterly earnings, for instance. I would like to own a company where I can say, "Well, I will just get more money from my customers and they have no say. " Since Gov. Martin O'Malley, House Speaker Michael Bush and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller are taking more money out of our pockets by passing a lot of new taxes, BGE must now think they can dip into our pockets.
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