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December 2, 2004
On November 29, 2004 HELEN HENDERSON STOUFFER devoted wife of the late John Edward Stouffer, Sr.; beloved mother of Brenda J. Schwanke, Walter M. and John E. Stouffer, Jr.; dear grandmother of Richard and Timothy Stouffer, Christopher and Jennifer Schwanke; loving great-grandmother of Joseph Stouffer. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook) on Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held in the funeral home on Friday, December 3 at 11 a.m. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Justin Fenton and Timothy B. Wheeler and Baltimore Sun reporters | February 26, 2010
A 26-year-old man who was erroneously released from a downtown Baltimore prison Thursday has been captured in West Virginia by city police, according to authorities. Raymond Thomas Taylor, who was serving three consecutive life sentences for shooting his ex-girlfriend and her two daughters in 2004, was taken into custody Friday in Martinsburg, W.Va., said Rick Binetti, a spokesman for Maryland's prison system. Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said members of the Warrant Apprehension Task Force, which includes city police officers and Maryland state troopers, tracked Taylor to the home of one of his childhood friends on Whitman Avenue in Martinsburg.
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SPORTS
By Steve Kelley and Steve Kelley,Seattle Times | July 28, 1991
KIRKLAND, Wash. -- They stand in their red jerseys, shoulder to shoulder on the practice field. Tall, strong, good-looking athletes. Dan McGwire, No. 10. Kelly Stouffer, No. 11.McGwire is the newest chosen one, the first quarterback the Seattle Seahawks ever drafted in the first round. Stouffer is his predecessor, the original young quarterback brought in to succeed incumbent Dave Krieg.Late in April, the Seahawks sent a Dear John message to Stouffer. They drafted McGwire. The message seemed simple.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton and Timothy B. Wheeler and Baltimore Sun reporters | February 26, 2010
A 26-year-old man who was serving three consecutive life sentences for shooting his ex-girlfriend and her two daughters in 2004 was erroneously released from a downtown Baltimore prison Thursday, setting off a regional manhunt as officials scrambled to explain how he got out. Raymond Thomas Taylor, who was sentenced in 2005 to three life terms on three charges of attempted first-degree murder, escaped from the Maryland Correctional Adjustment Center...
NEWS
June 6, 1995
President Clinton will be in Baltimore this afternoon to address a meeting of the National Governors' Association at Stouffer Harborplace Hotel. The event is not open to the public.
NEWS
October 16, 2004
On October 14, 2004, BARBARALa VONNE; devoted mother of Erik J. Lindquist and beloved daughter of the late Major (Ret) Jay E. and Freda Stouffer (nee Grad); former wife of Jack Lindquist; devoted sister of Elaine (Roberts) Burns and her husband Bud, Darryl Stouffer and his wife Phyllis, Chuck Stouffer and his wife Carol and Mark Stouffer and his wife Shirley. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. A gathering will be held at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A, 3204 Mountain Rd, (Pasadena)
BUSINESS
April 29, 1996
April 30-May 4 Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association development conference, Stouffer Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. Contact: Tom Fahey. Expected attendance: 200May 3-7 ServiStar Corp. trade show, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Jan Schofield. Expected attendance: 12,000May 6-8 GSE System users meeting, Stouffer Renaissance Harborplace Hotel. Contact: Beth Trudel, 8930 Stanford Blvd., Columbia, Md. 21045. Expected attendance: 250May 6-9 American Electroplaters and Surface Finishers Society, steel strip plating workshop, Stouffer Renaissance Harborplace Hotel.
BUSINESS
April 8, 1996
April 13-19 National Shellfisheries Association annual conference, Holiday Inn Downtown. Contact: Dr. Roger Newell, Box 775, Cambridge, Md. 21613. Expected attendance: 300April 24-26 Eastern Mineral Law Foundation, Stouffer Renaissance Harborplace. Contact: Pam Mellow, Box 6130, West Virginia University Law Center, Morgantown, W. Va. 26506-6130. Expected attendance: 200April 25-28 American Adoption Congress annual convention, Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore. Contact: Pat Sanders, 20111 Riverside Drive, Santa Anna, Calif.
NEWS
By Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | May 8, 2000
Beneath the windshield in nearly every car in America sits at least one small, plastic gadget that squirts washer fluid across the glass before the wipers brush the window clean. In about 80 percent of those cars, the little gadgets are manufactured in Howard County at Bowles Fluidics Corp. The company pioneered a version of those nozzles that sweep water across windshields without using moving parts. "They're alive," Bowles' president, Ron Stouffer, said of the gadgets. "They sweep, they wobble, they oscillate."
BUSINESS
May 2, 1994
BALTIMOREFor more information, call (410) 659-7300 or (800) 343-3468 outside Maryland.May 2-4: Technical Association of the Graphic Arts annual convention, Baltimore Marriott. Expected attendance: 200.May 4-6: Association of American Medical Colleges, teaching hospitals conference, Hyatt Regency. Contact: Marcie A. Foster, 2450 N St. N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037-1126. Expected attendance: 200.May 13-17: ServiStar Corp. trade show, Convention Center. Contact: Jan Schofield, Box 1510, Butler, Pa. 16003.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2009
The opening night of AACC's Moonlight Troupers' production of The Glass Menagerie drew an audience of 46 at Pascal Center for Performing Arts - smaller than the cast deserved. Theatergoers who chose to skip this early Tennessee Williams work because of its familiarity, having played in the county the past two springs, might have been surprised by this unusual version. The production was carried by the professionalism of the cast, but the presentation was at times incongruous, if not frustrating, because of the unusual musical selections and set design.
NEWS
December 2, 2004
On November 29, 2004 HELEN HENDERSON STOUFFER devoted wife of the late John Edward Stouffer, Sr.; beloved mother of Brenda J. Schwanke, Walter M. and John E. Stouffer, Jr.; dear grandmother of Richard and Timothy Stouffer, Christopher and Jennifer Schwanke; loving great-grandmother of Joseph Stouffer. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home, Inc., 6500 York Road (at Overbrook) on Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral Service will be held in the funeral home on Friday, December 3 at 11 a.m. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
NEWS
October 16, 2004
On October 14, 2004, BARBARALa VONNE; devoted mother of Erik J. Lindquist and beloved daughter of the late Major (Ret) Jay E. and Freda Stouffer (nee Grad); former wife of Jack Lindquist; devoted sister of Elaine (Roberts) Burns and her husband Bud, Darryl Stouffer and his wife Phyllis, Chuck Stouffer and his wife Carol and Mark Stouffer and his wife Shirley. Also survived by many loving nieces and nephews. A gathering will be held at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME, P.A, 3204 Mountain Rd, (Pasadena)
NEWS
By Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | May 8, 2000
Beneath the windshield in nearly every car in America sits at least one small, plastic gadget that squirts washer fluid across the glass before the wipers brush the window clean. In about 80 percent of those cars, the little gadgets are manufactured in Howard County at Bowles Fluidics Corp. The company pioneered a version of those nozzles that sweep water across windshields without using moving parts. "They're alive," Bowles' president, Ron Stouffer, said of the gadgets. "They sweep, they wobble, they oscillate."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | March 20, 2000
Francis Scott Key Eagles 1999 record: 2-13 Coach: Stacie Stouffer Top players: Sarah Guynn, Jr., A; Brandi Daigle, Sr., GK; Diene Bowers, Sr., D; Heather Dye, Jr., A; Valarie Legg, Jr., A. Outlook: Despite last season's record, optimism is running high in Union Bridge, where the Eagles are eager to begin their second year of varsity play. Stouffer, who said she's a little bit more comfortable as a coach, will look to Guynn (29 goals) and goalkeeper Daigle (200 saves) for leadership.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | January 23, 2000
If you're looking for Greg Frech during a wrestling match, don't scan the Francis Scott Key bench. The senior heavyweight can be found pacing the area behind the bench. Back and forth. From one sideline to the other. Stopping only to offer encouragement to his teammates or to get advice from his coaches. "It relaxes me," Frech says of his seemingly nonstop pacing. "It keeps me warmed up, and it allows me to focus on my match." But his everyday practice partner, Cory Stouffer, says Frech has an ulterior motive.
FEATURES
By Elizabeth Large | August 12, 1998
Gourmet meals prepared in a jiffyIf you're a fan of the Food Network's game show "Ready ... Set ... Cook!" head to White Marsh Mall this Saturday. At 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., two local chefs, Nancy Longo of Pierpoint (above) and Robert Taylor Jr. of Hamilton's, will be competing to create gourmet meals in 18 minutes using only $10 worth of groceries. Audience members get samples and coupons. The airdate for the show has not been announced.Salad pairs rice with fresh herbsHere's an easy but elegant salad to serve with cold chicken or hamburgers on a hot August day.Greek Rice SaladMakes 4 servings2 cups cooked rice1/2 cup vinaigrette, or to taste1/2 cup currants1/2 cup pine nuts, toasted1 tablespoon or more fresh herbs, choppedUse whatever fresh herbs are in your garden that strike your fancy - mint, oregano, basil or parsley are all good.
NEWS
November 10, 1998
Lee A. Markel, 71, managed a jewelry storeLee A. Markel, who was in sales and managed a store for S & N Katz Jewelers, died Saturday of cancer at his Abingdon home. He was 71.He joined the Baltimore jewelry company in 1966, worked in sales in the Light Street and Charles Street stores, and managed the Howard Street store. He retired last year from the Hunt Valley Mall store.He previously worked for U.S. Jewelers and Howard C. Heiss Jewelers, both in Baltimore.The Shadyside native was raised in West Baltimore and graduated from Polytechnic Institute.
FEATURES
By Elizabeth Large | August 12, 1998
Gourmet meals prepared in a jiffyIf you're a fan of the Food Network's game show "Ready ... Set ... Cook!" head to White Marsh Mall this Saturday. At 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., two local chefs, Nancy Longo of Pierpoint (above) and Robert Taylor Jr. of Hamilton's, will be competing to create gourmet meals in 18 minutes using only $10 worth of groceries. Audience members get samples and coupons. The airdate for the show has not been announced.Salad pairs rice with fresh herbsHere's an easy but elegant salad to serve with cold chicken or hamburgers on a hot August day.Greek Rice SaladMakes 4 servings2 cups cooked rice1/2 cup vinaigrette, or to taste1/2 cup currants1/2 cup pine nuts, toasted1 tablespoon or more fresh herbs, choppedUse whatever fresh herbs are in your garden that strike your fancy - mint, oregano, basil or parsley are all good.
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