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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1996
As far as No. 9 Fallston was concerned, its state championship victory was never in doubt.After beating No. 2 Arundel, 2-0, for the Class 4A-3A title at Dundalk Community College yesterday, players and coaches were in total agreement: "Fred had it covered."Actually "Fred" has had it covered all year.Fred Sheckells, an assistant coach for this team, dropped dead of a heart attack last June, and the season was dedicated to him.Players and coaches admitted he was never far from their thoughts.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 30, 2011
Dr. Albert William Tiedemann Jr., the retired chief chemist for the maker of Bromo Seltzer, who was active in the Naval Reserve, died of pneumonia April 20 at Franklin Square Hospital Center. He was 86 and lived in Parkville. Born in Baltimore and raised on Eutaw Place and in Hamilton, he attended Immaculate Conception School and was a 1942 Loyola High School graduate. He then joined the Navy and attended programs at Mount St. Mary's University and the University of Notre Dame. He served as an ensign in the Southwest Pacific during World War II and was later a founder of the Naval Reserve Association.
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February 15, 2009
On February 12, 2009, DOROTHY J. BRAMBLE; beloved wife of the late Henry A. Tiedemann and John Bramble; loving mother of Donald R. Tiedemann and the late Randall H., and Thomas P. Tiedemann; dear step mother of Mary Ellen Craig and Barbara Boyle. also survived by nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Monday 3 P.M at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) . Interment private. If desired, contributions may be made to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 11350 McCormack Road, Executive Plaza III, Hunt Valley,
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February 15, 2009
On February 12, 2009, DOROTHY J. BRAMBLE; beloved wife of the late Henry A. Tiedemann and John Bramble; loving mother of Donald R. Tiedemann and the late Randall H., and Thomas P. Tiedemann; dear step mother of Mary Ellen Craig and Barbara Boyle. also survived by nine grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held Monday 3 P.M at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) . Interment private. If desired, contributions may be made to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, 11350 McCormack Road, Executive Plaza III, Hunt Valley,
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July 8, 2002
Tiedemann joins Davis, Coover, Agnor & Barr Steven L. Tiedemann has joined the Howard County law firm of Davis, Coover, Agnor & Barr LLC. He was an assistant attorney general representing the state of Maryland in construction procurement litigation. Tiedemann is an alumnus of the Naval Academy. He received a master of science in business from Central Michigan University and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law. He is an adjunct professor of business at Mount Saint Mary's College.
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August 23, 2004
Steven L. Tiedemann made partner with Coover & Barr LLC Steven L. Tiedemann has been made a partner in the Columbia law firm of Coover & Barr LLC. The firm's name will be Coover, Barr & Tiedemann LLC. After serving as law clerk to Judge Glenn T. Harrell Jr. of the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Tiedemann was assistant attorney general from 2000 to 2002 in the contract litigation unit of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General before leaving to...
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By JOHN STEADMAN | June 20, 1999
It was the toughest of times for baseball. World War II. Only the intervention of president Franklin Delano Roosevelt allowed the sport to exist. He realized some recreational endeavors had to be maintained on the home front and, at the same time, a rooting interest provided for military stationed on the global battle lines, plus those preparing to ship out from training encampments.Other games shut down for the duration. But baseball didn't draw any special exemptions, not after Roosevelt decreed it be continued for the morale of the country.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 28, 2002
Stella N. Tsourakis, the school bus driver suspended this week by the Carroll County school system, will return to her usual route Monday after missing a week for failing to follow her prescribed route while taking middle school children home recently and other infractions. Tsourakis, who was reprimanded by school officials for leading her passengers in prayer after the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, said one reason she was suspended was for taking a sick child home before following the usual route from Shiloh Middle School near Hampstead.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1997
Top-ranked Mercy, faced with two tough games on successive days, took care of the first one last night, using a height advantage to put down outmanned Fallston in the final three minutes, 73-64.Now the Magic (20-2) must make a return trip to Harford County this afternoon to face No. 6 John Carroll in a Catholic League game in Bel Air.Mercy, in and out of trouble in the first half, seemingly took charge of Fallston (16-2) during a third quarter that produced a 9-0 burst, saw Ashlee Courter get nine of her 17 points, and ended with a 61-50 cushion.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | March 14, 1997
Nancy Ferguson has engineered some amazing feats while coaching at Fallston, but she would have had to be a magician to pull this off.Short of pulling four more Karen Tiedemanns out of her hat, Ferguson could find nothing to counter Linganore and its exceptional senior combination of Cara Consuegra and Mimi Ritter.The Iowa-bound Consuegra had a triple double -- 23 points, 18 rebounds, 10 assists -- and Georgetown-bound Ritter had 16 points as the Lancers won their 52nd in a row, 71-43, over No. 12 Fallston (21-3)
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October 11, 2004
Tourism agency adds a sales and marketing manager Nicole Germain was appointed Howard County Tourism's sales and marketing manager last month. She came to the position with eight years of experience in marketing and communications, recently serving as communications manager for the Ethics Resource Center in Washington. Germain will be responsible for marketing for Howard County Tourism; managing partnership development and consumer and trade show marketing; and facilitating communication with the agency's partners.
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July 8, 2002
Tiedemann joins Davis, Coover, Agnor & Barr Steven L. Tiedemann has joined the Howard County law firm of Davis, Coover, Agnor & Barr LLC. He was an assistant attorney general representing the state of Maryland in construction procurement litigation. Tiedemann is an alumnus of the Naval Academy. He received a master of science in business from Central Michigan University and graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law. He is an adjunct professor of business at Mount Saint Mary's College.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | February 28, 2002
Stella N. Tsourakis, the school bus driver suspended this week by the Carroll County school system, will return to her usual route Monday after missing a week for failing to follow her prescribed route while taking middle school children home recently and other infractions. Tsourakis, who was reprimanded by school officials for leading her passengers in prayer after the terrorist attacks Sept. 11, said one reason she was suspended was for taking a sick child home before following the usual route from Shiloh Middle School near Hampstead.
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March 3, 2001
Baseball Angels: Agreed to one-year contract with C Ben Molina. Cardinals: Agreed to one-year contracts with P Rick Ankiel ($400,000) and IF Placido Polanco. Renewed contract of 1B Larry Sutton for one year. Indians: Agreed to one-year contract with P Sean DePaula. Marlins: Agreed to $6.5 million, three-year contract with 3B Mike Lowell and one-year contracts with C Ramon Castro, P Ryan Dempster, P Vladimir Nunez and P Claudio Vargas. Mets: Agreed to one-year contracts with OF Timo Perez, OF Benny Agbayani, IF Joe McEwing, P Bobby M. Jones, OF Jay Payton and P Rick Croushore.
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By JOHN STEADMAN | June 20, 1999
It was the toughest of times for baseball. World War II. Only the intervention of president Franklin Delano Roosevelt allowed the sport to exist. He realized some recreational endeavors had to be maintained on the home front and, at the same time, a rooting interest provided for military stationed on the global battle lines, plus those preparing to ship out from training encampments.Other games shut down for the duration. But baseball didn't draw any special exemptions, not after Roosevelt decreed it be continued for the morale of the country.
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By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,SUN STAFF | May 7, 1999
When you talk about No. 7-ranked Centennial winning at least a share of its third county baseball championship in six years by defeating River Hill, 11-4, Wednesday, you have to talk about a total team effort -- hitting, pitching and defense.Offensively, the Eagles (15-3 overall, 14-2 league) don't have an easy out in their lineup and have nine players with at least 13 RBIs.The leading hitters for average are: Chris Tiedemann, .448 (30-for-67); Ryan Barwick, .429 (18-for-42); Mike Martin, .418 (28-for-67)
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