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October 17, 2004
On October 16, 2004, SYDNEY WINKLER, age 91, of Lauderhill, FL., beloved husband of Selma, cherished father of Abby (Ed) Crowley and the late Mark (Mary Lou) Winkler, grandfather of Jennifer and Matthew Winkler and Jesse and Lucas Crowley, brother of Rose Levin. Chapel service Monday October 18 at 3:30 P.M. at Star of David Memorial Chapel, 7701 Bailey Road, N. Lauderdale, FL., 954-722-9000. In lieu of flowers, donations to American Cancer Society.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2014
Just before Howard's girls basketball team tipped off at Reservoir two weeks ago, Lions coach Scott Robinson handed his players pieces of paper and asked them to jot down their impressions of the seniors. They all wrote the same things about Sydney Biniak: "great role model," "great teammate," or both. To Biniak, Howard's 6-foot center, that meant a lot. She'd rather be known as a great teammate than a star player. But as a standout on three straight Howard County championship teams, she has to settle for both.
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NEWS
December 17, 2008
On December 16, 2008, Sydney C. Barnes Friends may call at the family owned Kirkley-Ruddick Funeral Home, P.A., 421 Crain Highway, S.E., Glen Burnie, on Thursday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. Services will be held on Friday at 10 A.M. in Interment in Glen Haven Mem. Park. For further information www.kirkleyruddickfuneralhome.com
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie, For The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2013
Sydney Biniak Howard, hitter, senior Howard volleyball coach Grant Scott knew he had something special the first time he saw Sydney Biniak play. The 2013 volleyball season proved his assessment to be correct. Biniak led the No. 5 Lions to their first Howard County championship since 1980, and was probably the most feared hitter in the area. Her 321 kills show the power and agility she possesses. Behind those kills, the Lions eliminated Montgomery County's Sherwood, which had won the last two Class 4A state titles, in the regional semifinals.
NEWS
February 16, 2004
On February 13, 2004, SYDNEY E. HILLMAN, devoted brother of Gilbert Hillman and Adele and Sidney Melnick; brother-in-law of Hilda W. Hillman. Also survived by loving nieces, Jeanie Hillman, Barbara and David Rothberg, and many dear friends; great uncle of Jonathan and Benjamin Rothberg. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, February 15, at 10 A.M. Interment Hebrew Friendship Cemetery, 3600 E. Baltimore Street. Please omit flowers.
NEWS
October 28, 2004
On Tuesday, October 26, 2004 SYDNEY O. SMITH, 91, of Senior Constant Care in Winfield devoted father of Louise and husband Charles Horner, Benny and wife Susan Antonishek Mardones; loving grandfather of Peter and Kathlene O'Toole, Scott and Amanda Carter, Sarah Horner and Michael Mardones, U.S. Navy. Also survived by great-grandchildren Grace, Harry, Patrick and Anabelle. Friends may call Sunday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. at BURRIER-QUEEN FUNERAL HOME AND CREMATORY, P.A., 1212 W. Old Liberty Road, Winfield, MD 21784.
NEWS
September 24, 1993
The International Olympic Committee voted, in the end, to hold the Summer Games of 2000 in winter. It opted for stability over political anxiety. It succumbed to infrastructure in place rather than grandiose building plans.The IOC chose a favored small country that hosted the games in 1956 rather than the most populous country on earth or the first Islamic host. The IOC made the safe choice. It decided that the Games are for the athletes and not for statements about grand historical development.
NEWS
July 26, 2006
On July 25, 2006, SYDNEY HURLBUT RENEHAN, JR., of Westminster, beloved husband of the late Marilyn Feather Renehan; devoted father of Dennis James Renehan, John Edward Renehan and his wife Dee, Kimberly Brillon Wetzelberger and her husband R. Mark and Brian Brillon; loving brother of Eleanor Wood and her late husband Donald, Patrick A. Renehan and his wife Alice, Michael Renehan and his Chi Chi, Timothy Renehan and his wife Carolyn, Frances French and...
FEATURES
By Molly Dunham Glassman and Molly Dunham Glassman,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1995
Several established writers and illustrators from the Baltimore area have new books out this year. Here's a sampling of titles for older children and young adults; a roundup of picture books will follow in two weeks.* When she decided to write "Sydney, Invincible" (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $14, 144 pages, ages 12 and up), Colby Rodowsky had a tough act to follow -- herself. Ms. Rodowsky won critical acclaim for "Sydney, Herself," a School Library Journal Best Book in 1989.The sequel picks up Sydney Downie's story as she is entering her junior year at Hawthorne Hills, a Baltimore private girls school where her mother teaches American history.
SPORTS
By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | January 20, 1995
SAN DIEGO -- Chris Dickson and his Win New Zealand team won the start against Sydney '95 yesterday in the America's Cup challenger trials and walked away to its second victory in three starts."
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2013
John F. Zellers, a retired pressman and salesman, died July 27 of complications from dementia at his Nottingham home. He was 71. Born in Baltimore and raised in Brooklyn Park, Mr. Zellers was a 1960 graduate of Brooklyn Park High School. From 1960 to the mid-1980s, Mr. Zellers worked as a pressman at the old Lord Baltimore Press, which was located in the 1500 block of Greenmount Ave. and later became a division of International Paper Co. After leaving the printing company, Mr. Zellers worked in carpet sales and installation until retiring in 2007.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 31, 2013
Sydney L. "Syd" Burgee, former vice president of operations at Union Memorial Hospital, died Friday of liver disease at his Bel Air home. He was 80. The son of an accountant and a homemaker, Sydney Lanier Burgee was born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton. After graduating in 1951 from City College, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1955 from the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. He served with the Army in Alaska from 1955 to 1957. After being discharged and working in sales and in a pharmacy, he joined the staff of the old Hospital for the Women of Maryland in Bolton Hill.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | July 26, 2010
T. Rowe Price Group is expanding its Australian business by adding investment management and research professionals at its Sydney office. The move continues the Baltimore money manager's push to increase its global footprint. In January, the company closed a deal to buy 26 percent of India's oldest mutual fund firm. Price has hired Australian portfolio manager Randal Jenneke to build its equity team there, and the firm expects to hire four analysts over the next year, said Bill Stromberg, Price's director of global equity.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | December 11, 2009
Sydney E. Baskerville, a retired housekeeper and a longtime Ashburton resident, died of a heart attack Monday at Sinai Hospital. She was 76. Sydney Elizabeth Matthews was born and raised in Baltimore and earned her high school equivalency certificate from the city public school system. After she married Curtis L. Baskerville, a carpenter, the couple settled in Northwest Baltimore, where she raised their seven children. Her husband died in 1973. Mrs. Baskerville worked for more than 40 years as a housekeeper in private homes and later for Chambers, a Baltimore interior decorating firm.
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | November 22, 2009
Domanick West capped a 15-play, 74-yard drive with a 1-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter to lift visiting Morgan State over Hampton, 16-13. The Bears finished with a winning record (6-5) for the first time in six years. West scored his first of his two touchdowns with 1:36 left in the first quarter. Kemar Scarlett added a 43-yard field goal with 34 seconds left in the half for a 10-0 Morgan lead. David LeGree threw two second-half touchdown passes to give the Pirates (5-6)
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | November 22, 2009
HAMPDEN SYDNEY, Va. - - Johns Hopkins turned in a dominant second-half performance to defeat previously unbeaten Hampden-Sydney, 23-7, and advance to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in school history. The Blue Jays (9-2) held the ball for nearly 14 minutes in the third quarter and eventually wore down the 14th-ranked Tigers (10-1). A 23-yard field goal by Alex Lachman broke a 7-7 tie less than one minute into the final quarter and would be the first of three he would make in the quarter and the first of four scores for the Blue Jays in the final 15 minutes.
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By JOHN EISENBERG | September 21, 2000
SYDNEY, Australia - It's the Olympic game everyone is playing and no one wants to talk about, at least not in a voice above a whisper: "Whom Do You Believe?" As in, do you believe Dutch swimmers Inge de Bruijn and Pieter van den Hoogenband when they say they aren't using performance-enhancing drugs, even though it is "pretty sus" (suspicious), according to Australian star Susie O'Neill, that the Dutch pair suddenly and dramatically has gone from being mostly out-of-the-money swimmers to setting world records every time they jump into the pool?
SPORTS
By From Sun staff reports | November 22, 2009
Johns Hopkins turned in a dominant second-half performance to defeat previously unbeaten Hampden-Sydney, 23-7, and advance to the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs for the first time in school history. The Blue Jays (9-2) held the ball for nearly 14 minutes in the third quarter and eventually wore down the 14th-ranked Tigers (10-1). A 23-yard field goal by Alex Lachman broke a 7-7 tie less than one minute into the final quarter and would be the first of three he would make in the quarter and the first of four scores for the Blue Jays in the final 15 minutes.
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