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December 5, 2003
Robert A. Bacigalupa Jr., a Baltimore Sun electrician who served in the Coast Guard, took his own life Nov. 26. The Fallston resident was 49. Mr. Bacigalupa was born in Baltimore and raised in the Medfield neighborhood. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1972, he enlisted in the Coast Guard. He served as an electrician aboard icebreakers and was discharged in 1976. He began working in 1991 as an electrician at Sun Park, the newspaper company's printing plant at Port Covington.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
Raymond C. "Ray" Bingel Sr., a retired Baltimore Sun dispatcher, died Jan. 4 of cirrhosis of the liver at his Glen Burnie home. He was 69. Mr. Bingel was born in Baltimore and raised in Glen Burnie, where he attended Anne Arundel County public schools. He worked in an auto parts store before joining The Baltimore Sun in 1970 as a newspaper delivery truck driver. Mr. Bingel was later promoted to a dispatcher at Sun Park, The Baltimore Sun's Port Covington printing plant, where he worked until retiring in 2000.
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BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1998
The Baltimore Sun Co. announced three promotions yesterday in its Sun Park and organization development operations.Bruce McEntee, who has served as director of operations, Sun Park, was promoted to vice president of operations, Sun Park.Scott Moores, who had been director of organization development, was named vice president, organization development.Sharon Fitzpatrick, director of human resources, will succeed Moores as director of organization development.The promotions are effective immediately, said Michael E. Waller, The Sun's publisher and chief executive.
NEWS
July 30, 2009
Sun employee killed in Sunday's violence An 18-year-old, one of two men killed Sunday night in a wave of violence, was an employee of The Baltimore Sun, working out of its Sun Park production plant. Gary Martin of the 3000 block of McElderry St. was shot along with Darvin Jones, 19, about 10:20 p.m. Sunday in the 200 block of N. Conkling St. He was pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital. Tom Moore, a senior shift manager for packaging at Sun Park, said that for a year and a half, Martin was a mailroom trainee who helped feed machines.
BUSINESS
May 8, 1991
As part of a five-year plan for The Baltimore Sun, publisher Michael Davies said there is a possibility the newspaper might sell its Calvert Street building.In an internal publication distributed to employees today, Davies wrote there is a "slim" chance that the Calvert Street properties could be sold and an office tower built at Sun Park in Port Covington. Sun Park is the site of the company's new printing, packaging and distribution in South Baltimore east of Interstate 95 near Hanover Street.
NEWS
July 30, 2009
Sun employee killed in Sunday's violence An 18-year-old, one of two men killed Sunday night in a wave of violence, was an employee of The Baltimore Sun, working out of its Sun Park production plant. Gary Martin of the 3000 block of McElderry St. was shot along with Darvin Jones, 19, about 10:20 p.m. Sunday in the 200 block of N. Conkling St. He was pronounced dead at Johns Hopkins Bayview Hospital. Tom Moore, a senior shift manager for packaging at Sun Park, said that for a year and a half, Martin was a mailroom trainee who helped feed machines.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2013
Raymond C. "Ray" Bingel Sr., a retired Baltimore Sun dispatcher, died Jan. 4 of cirrhosis of the liver at his Glen Burnie home. He was 69. Mr. Bingel was born in Baltimore and raised in Glen Burnie, where he attended Anne Arundel County public schools. He worked in an auto parts store before joining The Baltimore Sun in 1970 as a newspaper delivery truck driver. Mr. Bingel was later promoted to a dispatcher at Sun Park, The Baltimore Sun's Port Covington printing plant, where he worked until retiring in 2000.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 10, 1991
Several young wrestlers laughed at a story told by Old Mill coach Mike Hampe Wednesday about a former pupil who jeopardized his wrestlingtalent for a shady life of bar fights and stints in jail cells.Standing in the Old Mill High gymnasium, the 45-year-old coach is somewhere in the middle of his tale when he strikes a boxer's stance and throws a right cross past the chin of a nearby wrestler."And then he nails the guy," said Hampe, who then turned to one of his chuckling listeners. "You knew him, Pat, wasn't he nuts?"
NEWS
By Staff Report | March 30, 1993
A 20-year-old Calvert County woman was killed yesterday afternoon when her car crashed into a tree after sliding down an embankment in Pindell, Anne Arundel County police said.Carrie Rene Harbaugh of the 300 block of Sun Park Lane in Huntingtown was pronounced dead at Prince George's Hospital Center shortly after the 4 p.m. accident.Police said Ms. Harbaugh was driving southbound on Southern Maryland Boulevard near Upper Pindell Road, in the southern end of the county, when she lost control of her 1991 Ford Escort and went down the embankment.
NEWS
January 21, 2004
James Thomas Krebs, a retired mailer for The Sun, died of cancer Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Perry Hall resident was 71. Born in Baltimore and raised in Hampden and Walbrook, he attended St. Cecilia Parochial School. He began his 46-year association with the newspaper at age 16, when it was at Charles and Baltimore streets. He moved with the newspaper to Calvert Street, and to Sun Park in South Baltimore when the printing operation was relocated there. His employment was interrupted by combat service in the Marine Corps during the Korean War. He rose to become assistant foreman and foreman in the mailroom, where the sections of the newspaper are assembled before distribution.
NEWS
December 5, 2003
Robert A. Bacigalupa Jr., a Baltimore Sun electrician who served in the Coast Guard, took his own life Nov. 26. The Fallston resident was 49. Mr. Bacigalupa was born in Baltimore and raised in the Medfield neighborhood. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1972, he enlisted in the Coast Guard. He served as an electrician aboard icebreakers and was discharged in 1976. He began working in 1991 as an electrician at Sun Park, the newspaper company's printing plant at Port Covington.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1998
The Baltimore Sun Co. announced three promotions yesterday in its Sun Park and organization development operations.Bruce McEntee, who has served as director of operations, Sun Park, was promoted to vice president of operations, Sun Park.Scott Moores, who had been director of organization development, was named vice president, organization development.Sharon Fitzpatrick, director of human resources, will succeed Moores as director of organization development.The promotions are effective immediately, said Michael E. Waller, The Sun's publisher and chief executive.
BUSINESS
May 8, 1991
As part of a five-year plan for The Baltimore Sun, publisher Michael Davies said there is a possibility the newspaper might sell its Calvert Street building.In an internal publication distributed to employees today, Davies wrote there is a "slim" chance that the Calvert Street properties could be sold and an office tower built at Sun Park in Port Covington. Sun Park is the site of the company's new printing, packaging and distribution in South Baltimore east of Interstate 95 near Hanover Street.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | March 10, 1991
Several young wrestlers laughed at a story told by Old Mill coach Mike Hampe Wednesday about a former pupil who jeopardized his wrestlingtalent for a shady life of bar fights and stints in jail cells.Standing in the Old Mill High gymnasium, the 45-year-old coach is somewhere in the middle of his tale when he strikes a boxer's stance and throws a right cross past the chin of a nearby wrestler."And then he nails the guy," said Hampe, who then turned to one of his chuckling listeners. "You knew him, Pat, wasn't he nuts?"
BUSINESS
By Leslie Cauley | June 15, 1991
Floyd V. Jones, an executive with the Columbus Dispatch i Columbus, Ohio, has been appointed vice president of employee and labor relations at The Baltimore Sun Co.Mr. Jones, 42, will be leaving his position as director of employee and labor relations with the Dispatch Printing Co. to join The Sun in July, said Sandra Gill, The Sun's vice president for administration."We are thrilled to have a professional with Floyd's background and expertise becoming a part of our organization," Ms. Gill said.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | December 12, 1990
Two-time defending state Class 3A-4A wrestling champion Old Mill helped Gilman open its Redmond C.S. Finney Athletic Center last night.The Patriots trailed the entire match -- and by as much as 18-5 after six bouts -- before getting three straight pins by BrianLayman (171), Ernie Longazel (189) and heavyweight Don Marco for a 38-24, season-opening dual-meet victory.Old Mill is ranked third by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, and Gilman, the defending Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference dual-meet champion, is ranked sixth.
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