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February 7, 2006
On February 4, 2006, EDWARD OCONNOR STURTZ, JR.; beloved husband of Alice H. Hafner; loving son of Edward O. and Sally J. Sturtz, Sr.; devoted step-father of Mark, Angela and Jason Hafner; dear brother of Lori Sturtz and Tracy Strutz Webster; fond uncle of Teegan and Perin Webster; cherished grandfather of Alex, Caylie, Lillyian and Annabelle Hafner. A Catholic Prayer Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Thursday 12 noon. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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July 19, 2008
On July 17, 2008, John Donald "Don" Sturtz Funeral services will be held on Monday at 10A.M. at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg. Interment in Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Marriottsville. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 4-8P.M.
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NEWS
July 19, 2008
On July 17, 2008, John Donald "Don" Sturtz Funeral services will be held on Monday at 10A.M. at Haight Funeral Home & Chapel, Rt. 32 near Eldersburg. Interment in Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens, Marriottsville. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 4-8P.M.
NEWS
February 7, 2006
On February 4, 2006, EDWARD OCONNOR STURTZ, JR.; beloved husband of Alice H. Hafner; loving son of Edward O. and Sally J. Sturtz, Sr.; devoted step-father of Mark, Angela and Jason Hafner; dear brother of Lori Sturtz and Tracy Strutz Webster; fond uncle of Teegan and Perin Webster; cherished grandfather of Alex, Caylie, Lillyian and Annabelle Hafner. A Catholic Prayer Service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home, Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, on Thursday 12 noon. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1998
Construction of the $107 million Center for Performing Arts at the University of Maryland, College Park is running a year behind schedule and could end up more than $15 million over budget because of an architectural firm's blunders, a university official said yesterday.Charles F. Sturtz, vice president for administrative affairs, told the Board of Public Works that the university has agreed to spend almost $2 million on a "SWAT team" from an outside business in an effort to get the high-profile project back on track.
BUSINESS
By Brendan A. Maher and Brendan A. Maher,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 9, 2000
With the Big Game jackpot in nine digits, fantasies of winning can overshadow the overwhelming 80 million-to-one odds against. Maybe all you need is a dollar and a dream, but if somehow you win, you'd better watch out, a mega-jackpot expert says. "Get your estates in order; spend only your income; and learn how to say, `No.'" This advice comes from attorney Laurence Sturtz, the Columbus, Ohio, attorney who managed post-lottery details for 13 Ohio machinists who hit the biggest Powerball jackpot to date - more than $295 million - in July 1998.
BUSINESS
March 13, 2000
New positions McCormick names George vice president for sales McCormick & Co. named Arthur C. George vice president, sales in its food service group's special markets unit. He manages the group's membership warehouse club and supermarket food service business. A graduate of the University of North Carolina, he has been with the Sparks-based spice and flavorings company since 1978. The Towson resident is active with The Chimes and is a member of the board of trustees of the Gilman School.
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2000
Shelley Sturtz didn't like having her two toddlers in day care so she quit her job as a teacher to stay at home and care for them. Although being at home with her children was important, Sturtz, like many other stay-at-home mothers, quickly learned that she missed the company and conversation of other women. So Sturtz founded a chapter of Mothers and More, a national nonprofit organization that offers support, networking and advocacy for women who have chosen "to alter their careers to stay at home and care for their children."
NEWS
By Alec MacGillis and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2003
Two administrators who retired from top positions in the University System of Maryland are still being paid a total of about $190,000 a year to handle a far-reduced workload, much of it done from home, officials acknowledged yesterday. Donald N. Langenberg, who retired as system chancellor in April last year, is receiving $110,000 a year on a rare "regents professorship" provided by the system. The professorship, which does not require him to teach any courses, supports his efforts to improve coordination between the state's colleges and high schools, Langenberg said yesterday.
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,SUN STAFF | July 31, 1996
When Shelly and David Sturtz bought their house in the Running Deer development near Gamber last fall, they did not expect to own waterfront property.But whenever it rains, a torrent of water nearly a foot deep crosses their front yard, angles toward a neighbor's house and cuts a swath through the back yard to a spring in a ravine about 300 yards away.On sunny days, the Sturtz yard looks as if an 18-wheeler has driven through through it. Parallel ruts created by the runoff from steep yards higher up in the development are about 3 feet wide and 6 to 8 inches deep.
NEWS
By Alec MacGillis and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2003
Two administrators who retired from top positions in the University System of Maryland are still being paid a total of about $190,000 a year to handle a far-reduced workload, much of it done from home, officials acknowledged yesterday. Donald N. Langenberg, who retired as system chancellor in April last year, is receiving $110,000 a year on a rare "regents professorship" provided by the system. The professorship, which does not require him to teach any courses, supports his efforts to improve coordination between the state's colleges and high schools, Langenberg said yesterday.
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2000
Shelley Sturtz didn't like having her two toddlers in day care so she quit her job as a teacher to stay at home and care for them. Although being at home with her children was important, Sturtz, like many other stay-at-home mothers, quickly learned that she missed the company and conversation of other women. So Sturtz founded a chapter of Mothers and More, a national nonprofit organization that offers support, networking and advocacy for women who have chosen "to alter their careers to stay at home and care for their children."
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | October 15, 2000
It isn't everybody who thinks meeting Dale Earnhardt is better than winning a million dollars. But Richard Sturtz of Mount Savage does. "If I get to meet Dale Earnhardt, it will make my day," said Sturtz, who will be one of five contestants in the running for the No Bull Five Million Dollar Bonus today at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. "Even if I don't win any money, meeting him will be worth the trip." There have been 14 Winston No Bull Five events and eight winners - including Ray Grimm of Hagerstown, who won the Million bonus when he was paired with Jeff Gordon and Gordon won the 1999 Daytona 500. Gordon has been the No Bull Five winner three times, as has Jeff Burton.
BUSINESS
By Brendan A. Maher and Brendan A. Maher,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | May 9, 2000
With the Big Game jackpot in nine digits, fantasies of winning can overshadow the overwhelming 80 million-to-one odds against. Maybe all you need is a dollar and a dream, but if somehow you win, you'd better watch out, a mega-jackpot expert says. "Get your estates in order; spend only your income; and learn how to say, `No.'" This advice comes from attorney Laurence Sturtz, the Columbus, Ohio, attorney who managed post-lottery details for 13 Ohio machinists who hit the biggest Powerball jackpot to date - more than $295 million - in July 1998.
BUSINESS
March 13, 2000
New positions McCormick names George vice president for sales McCormick & Co. named Arthur C. George vice president, sales in its food service group's special markets unit. He manages the group's membership warehouse club and supermarket food service business. A graduate of the University of North Carolina, he has been with the Sparks-based spice and flavorings company since 1978. The Towson resident is active with The Chimes and is a member of the board of trustees of the Gilman School.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | November 11, 1998
Construction of the $107 million Center for Performing Arts at the University of Maryland, College Park is running a year behind schedule and could end up more than $15 million over budget because of an architectural firm's blunders, a university official said yesterday.Charles F. Sturtz, vice president for administrative affairs, told the Board of Public Works that the university has agreed to spend almost $2 million on a "SWAT team" from an outside business in an effort to get the high-profile project back on track.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | October 15, 2000
It isn't everybody who thinks meeting Dale Earnhardt is better than winning a million dollars. But Richard Sturtz of Mount Savage does. "If I get to meet Dale Earnhardt, it will make my day," said Sturtz, who will be one of five contestants in the running for the No Bull Five Million Dollar Bonus today at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway. "Even if I don't win any money, meeting him will be worth the trip." There have been 14 Winston No Bull Five events and eight winners - including Ray Grimm of Hagerstown, who won the Million bonus when he was paired with Jeff Gordon and Gordon won the 1999 Daytona 500. Gordon has been the No Bull Five winner three times, as has Jeff Burton.
NEWS
By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 15, 1997
WE'VE COUNTED on it every year for the past two decades -- as much a part of summer at Piney Run Park as fishermen, boaters and family picnics. The 21st version of Nature Camp at Piney Run Park is in full swing, with 340 campers expected to participate over the next few weeks.Returning for a second season to supervise and direct the camp is Julie Egdahl, a fifth-grade teacher at Spring Garden Elementary School and a former camp director for the YMCA.A staff of senior and junior counselors, along with enthusiastic volunteers, help to keep things running smoothly.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | July 31, 1998
WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- Long before yesterday, they called themselves "The Lucky 13."Long before the country was seized by a fevered frenzy of lottery mania, jamming traffic in towns across the country as rabid ticket-buyers waited endlessly in line for a fantastically slim chance at instant riches, they were ponying up a few dollars a week, figuring that someday their luck would change.Thirteen men of very modest means, assembly-line workers at an industrial parts factory here just north of Columbus, got the winning ticket for the biggest lottery ever, the $295.
NEWS
By Sherry Graham and Sherry Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 15, 1997
WE'VE COUNTED on it every year for the past two decades -- as much a part of summer at Piney Run Park as fishermen, boaters and family picnics. The 21st version of Nature Camp at Piney Run Park is in full swing, with 340 campers expected to participate over the next few weeks.Returning for a second season to supervise and direct the camp is Julie Egdahl, a fifth-grade teacher at Spring Garden Elementary School and a former camp director for the YMCA.A staff of senior and junior counselors, along with enthusiastic volunteers, help to keep things running smoothly.
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