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November 23, 2003
On November 22, 2003, ELMER L. TOMLIN; beloved husband of Wanda J. (nee Shipper); devoted father of Tina M. Barnish and Cynthia A. McCabe; loving son of Myrtle Tomlin; dear brother of Shirley Biggerman; loving grandfather of Megan Barnish. Funeral Services at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Tuesday, 10 A.M. Interment in New Freedom Cemetery. Visiting hours Monday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2014
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin displayed his sense of humor Tuesday when asked if Ravens kick returner Jacoby Jones needs to watch out for him on the kickoff team Thursday night. "No, I won't be," Tomlin said with a laugh during a conference call with Baltimore reporters. "Tell Jacoby he's safe. " Tomlin was fined $100,000 by the NFL last season for sideline interference when he nearly collided with Jones, jumping out of the way at the last moment to avoid colliding with the Pro Bowl return specialist.
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January 7, 2006
On January 4, 2006, GEORGIE MYRTLE TOMLIN; (nee Lipscomb); beloved wife of the late Charles W. Tomlin; devoted mother of Shirley J. Biggerman and her husband Charles, Sr. and the late Elmer L. Tomlin; mother in-law of Wanda Tomlin; dear sister of Henry, Pat and Charles Lipscomb and Thelma Mc Carter; loving grandmother of Sherrill Murray, Stephanie Wojtowicz, Greg and Jeff Kittredge, Tina Barnish, Cynthia Mc Cabe and Cherylann, Terrie and Charles Biggerman,...
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By Mike Preston and The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2013
I thought Ravens coach John Harbaugh had a strong week, not as far as Xs and Os, but the way he has handled himself. He was classy in the way he handled his pouting quarterback when Joe Flacco criticized the team for running the wildcat offense. Harbaugh handled the matter with Flacco in-house and surely reminded him that despite the many, many, many, many poor games the quarterback has played with the Ravens, Harbaugh never criticized him publicly. Neither did former offensive coordinator Cam Cameron nor current coordinator Jim Caldwell.
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August 8, 2007
On August 4, 2007, BRENDA INEZ, loving mother of Tiffany Jones, dearest grandmother of Brittany, Kariem and Brea. She is also survived by her mother Hannah Tomlin, sisters Patricia Tomlin-Williams, Deborah Rosber and Joan Turner, brother David Tomlin, Jr., son-in-law Dathan Jones, brother-in-law James Rosber, Jr., sister-in-law Sharon Tomlin, and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family-owned March Funeral Home-West, Inc., 4300 Wabash Ave. on Thursday after 8:30am where the family will receive friends from 5 to 7pm. The family will also receive friends on Friday at New Cornerstone Baptist Church, 1530 E. Preston St. at 10:30am followed by funeral services at 11am.
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May 5, 2006
On April 30, 2006 EVELYN beloved mother of one son Sherman Tomlin Jr. and one daughter Demetra Hunt. Also survived by one brother Maurice Braxton and four sisters Cora Robinson of Tx, Sylvia Barkley of NC, Margaret Wilkins and May Braxton both of MD and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Wylie Funeral Home P.A. 638 N. Gilmor Street on Friday 6-8 P.M. Family will receive friends on Saturday 9:30 A.M. Funeral 10:30 A.M. at Greater New Hope Baptist Church 2720 W. North Avenue.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | February 24, 1995
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Former Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander Randy Tomlin worked out for Orioles manager Phil Regan and general manager Roland Hemond yesterday, and soon could sign with the team."
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2003
Leon N. Tomlin, a retired city police commander who successfully fought 1970s drug traffickers and later led security for Pope John Paul II's Oct. 8, 1995 visit, died Wednesday of a heart attack at Garrett County Memorial Hospital in Oakland. The Deep Creek Lake resident, who lived for many years in Northeast Baltimore's Hamilton, was 63. Among the highlights of his 38 years in the city Police Department -- he rose through the ranks to be a deputy commissioner, the department's second-in-command -- was his role in the 1992 capture of killer Dontay Carter, whose car and hostage Mr. Tomlin spotted.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | January 18, 1994
Move over, Bart Simpson. An animated Edith Ann is coming to prime-time TV tonight in an ABC special. And, if the spiky 6-year-old clicks with viewers, she'll have her own series --maybe airing head-to-head against "The Simpsons.""Oh, we definitely want to do a series," says Lily Tomlin, the actress who first played Edith Ann some 20 years ago on "Laugh-In" and now has taken her to animation with writing partner Jane Wagner."I mean, what's the point of just doing specials? We want her to live."
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By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 13, 1991
ATLANTA -- The heat is squarely on Pittsburgh Pirates left-hander Randy Tomlin.With the pitching rotation disrupted by the hamstring injury to the main man, Doug Drabek, Tomlin must provide the Pirates with at least a decent outing today after the staff was shellacked in Game 3.Tomlin, 25, has thrown only two innings against the Atlanta Braves this season, but said his approach will be to "keep the speedsters off base, so I can face their power hitters without...
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2013
The NFL is expected to hand down hefty punishment to coach Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers franchise for his unflagged sideline interference of Ravens kick returner Jacoby Jones on Thanksgiving, according to multiple reports. Among the sanctions being contemplated as league officials review the incident : a six-figure fine for Tomlin, who stepped out of the way of Jones at the last possible moment to avoid a collision during the Ravens' 22-20 win at M&T Bank Stadium, a similar fine for the Steelers, and even the potential subtraction of a draft pick.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin drifted onto the field with his back turned to the play in the third quarter Thursday night, narrowly avoiding a collision with Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones during a long kickoff return. The bizarre sequence during the 73-yard return sparked a controversy and angered the fans at M&T Bank Stadium as the Ravens wound up settling for a field goal during the 22-20 victory. Although Tomlin wasn't penalized for sideline interference as he jumped out of the way at the last second to avoid blocking Jones' path, Jones did appear to have to adjust to his direction.
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The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2013
On Jacoby Jones' 73-yard kickoff return in the third quarter, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin was seen standing close to the field of play on the sideline. As seen in SBNation's GIF below, Tomlin appeared to make Jones change direction on the play shortly before he was tackled by the Steelers' Cortez Allen. The Ravens' Justin Tucker converted a 38-yard field goal on the ensuing drive to give the Ravens a 16-7 lead. Did Tomlin help Allen make the tackle? You be the judge.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2013
Desperate times apparently call for harsh measures inside the Pittsburgh Steelers' locker room, a once-vibrant place where fun and games not involving football have now been outlawed. With his team winless through four games and in last place in the AFC North, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin took the unusual step of banning pool, table tennis and shuffleboard at work. Previously, only veteran players were allowed to play. Earlier this season, older players said the games were off-limits to rookies until they first earned their stripes on the field.
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By Colleen Jaskot, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
Of all the cities Chris Tomlin plays, Baltimore is one of his favorites. "I don't know what it is, but it seems like there's nights where you feel really connected to the people immediately," Tomlin said. "There's other nights where you have to work at it. At Baltimore, you never have to work at it. " Tomlin, 40, is returning to Baltimore on Friday, to perform at 1st Mariner Arena . It's the third stop of his Burning Lights tour, promoting the album of the same name that topped the Billboard 200 chart - only the fourth Christian rock album to do so. "It's pretty crazy," Tomlin said.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | December 2, 2012
Ravens coach John Harbaugh and Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin had a terse exchange following the Steelers 23-20 victory at M&T Bank Stadium Stadium. Meeting near midfield after  Shaun Shisham's 42-yard field goal as time expired gave the Steelers the victory, Harbaugh extended his hand and said "Congratulations" to Tomlin. The Steelers coach shook it quickly without saying anything. Harbaugh then said said, "Hey, Hey, Hey! ... . " Tomlin looked at Harbaugh and said, "Thank you, good job" before the two headed in separate directions.
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By Kate Shatzkin and Kate Shatzkin,SUN STAFF | January 5, 1996
Over prosecutors' objections, a Baltimore police detective who has been indicted in the alleged beating of two suspects got permission Wednesday from a judge to travel to Wisconsin to seek another job in law enforcement.Baltimore Circuit Judge Roger W. Brown granted Detective Nicholas J. Tomlin's request but ordered an unsecured bond of $20,000 to ensure he would appear for his arraignment Jan. 24. Detective Tomlin's father, a top commander of the Baltimore Police Department, co-signed for the bond, which doesn't require an advance payment.
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By Michael James and Michael James,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1996
A headline on an article in yesterday's editions of The Sun incorrectly stated the guilty plea of Nicholas J. Tomlin, a former Baltimore police detective. Tomlin pleaded guilty to striking one teen-ager and pistol-whipping another.The Sun regrets the errors.A former Baltimore police detective pleaded guilty yesterday to assaulting two teen-agers he believed had shot a fellow officer, pistol-whipping one and striking the other with his flashlight, prosecutors said.Nicholas J. Tomlin, 28, who resigned from the city force and is employed by the DeForest, Wis., Police Department, entered an Alford plea in Baltimore Circuit Court and received a six-month suspended sentence from Judge Mabel H. Hubbard.
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By Edward Lee | November 28, 2012
The Ravens have not budged from their contention that no matter which Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback lines up under center Sunday, they are preparing to defend the offense, not the quarterback. The identity of that quarterback is still unknown, but Ben Roethlisberger is scheduled to increase his workload at Wednesday's practice. That doesn't mean that Roethlisberger has been cleared to play after suffering dislocated ribs and a sprained right throwing shoulder in the Steelers' 16-13 overtime win against the Kansas City Chiefs on Nov. 12. In fact, coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday that Charlie Batch is still the starter.
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Mike Preston | November 15, 2012
There needs to be more interest in the quarterback who is playing this week than the one who isn't. With Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger out of Sunday's game with rib and shoulder injuries, it's safe to assume the Steelers are going to struggle scoring points even against the Ravens' suspect defense. But a major concern now shifts to Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and if he can handle Pittsburgh's defense. Good teams rally around big injuries or tragedies. The Steelers already had the No. 1 ranked defense in the NFL, and they likely will be even better this week to make up for Roethlisberger being out. The last time Roethlisberger missed extended time was during a four-game suspension by the NFL in 2010 and the Steelers still went 3-1. They were on a mission because they wanted to prove they weren't a one-man team, and Pittsburgh was still defined by its defense.
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