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January 13, 2005
On January 12, 2005 C. WALTER TURNBAUGH, 87 of Stewartstown, PA, formally of Parkton, MD. Husband of E. Gertrude (nee Stiffler) Turnbaugh. Funeral Service at 11 A.M., Saturday at the J.J. Hartenstein Mortuary, Inc., 24 Second St., New Freedom, PA. Viewings from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M., Friday at the Mortuary. Interment in Pine Grove Cemetery, Parkton, MD.
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By Craig Clary | October 18, 2013
Hereford footbal coach Steve Turnbaugh didn't need to tell his team what it needed to grab a spot in the postseason playoff picture after opening the season with three straight losses -- the first such streak of his illustrious 19-year career at his alma mater. Running the table in the final seven games - including his last home game at the helm of his beloved Bulls in the regular season Nov. 1 against Owings Mills at 7 p.m. - would most likely give them a chance to qualify for the Class 2A North Region playoffs.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1999
With his 48-8 record, Hereford's Steve Turnbaugh can become the state's second high school football coach, public or private, to win 50 games over his first five seasons as a head coach.Turnbaugh, whose chief assistants are John Walter and Mike Blizzard, needs two victories in his next two games to tie the mark established by former Dunbar coach Stanley Mitchell (50-12), and to reach his fourth straight state semifinal game. A semifinal win would land Turnbaugh in his second state title game since going 13-0 for the title in 1997.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2013
After football practice some days, Hereford's Brock Turnbaugh feels like heading straight to his room and slamming the door. That football coach can be awfully demanding. Reggie White Jr. feels the same way sometimes after Milford Mill football practice, especially on days like Monday when his coach was on him all afternoon. After a tough day at practice, neither boy lets his frustration fester for long. He can't. Once he opens his bedroom door, there's coach - better known as "dad.
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By Lem Satterfield | August 19, 2003
Hereford High School football coach Steve Turnbaugh, who shattered his left leg in four places while playing football in Myrtle Beach, S.C., three weeks ago, will discover from his orthopedic surgeon tomorrow whether he should coach from a wheelchair or possibly miss his ninth season. Turnbaugh's leg is immobilized with titanium rods and four pins. His wife, Becky, drives him to practice, where he coaches from a wheelchair and gets around on crutches. "I think he's [Dr. Scott Tarantino of Towson Orthopedic Associates]
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 15, 2002
Football and futility were once synonymous at Baltimore County's northernmost public high school, where being a Hereford Bull meant being a fatted calf for your rival's homecoming feast. It meant playing before fans who sat on a transportable, five-row bench. And it meant enduring a lot of long bus rides back home up Interstate 83; from 1987 through 1994, the Bulls went 21-58. A year later, the Bulls were rescued. Energetic Steve Turnbaugh returned to coach his alma mater and soon turned Hereford into a perennial title contender.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | August 22, 2003
The player who dropped a pass made Steve Turnbaugh angry, but the one who missed a block made him furious. "I don't know why we can't run this simple belly play," Turnbaugh told assistants John Walter and Scott Harmon, who flanked the Hereford High football coach as he waved a laminated copy of offensive plays in frustration. "Let's line them up again and just do it again and get it right." "He's just the same old coach - worrying about this, worrying about that," said junior lineman Joe Akers.
NEWS
October 2, 2009
On September 30, 2009, NORMAN "Pete" DRENNING. He is survived by three brothers, Frank Buchanan, Forney Buchanan and Wayne Turnbaugh and wife Lois Turnbaugh. To the kindness man we ever knew, we will love and miss you forever. Viewing will be held at Peaceful Alternatives, 2325 York Road, Timonium, Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M.
NEWS
June 24, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Leroy M. Turnbaugh refused to comment Tuesday on why he failed to keep an appointment with the City Council Monday night to discuss his application to open a taxi service.Nor would he say whether he is planning to withdraw his application, as he did with a similar application he submitted to the city government about 18 months ago.Turnbaugh faced potential opposition to his application from a woman who told the council at its June 1 meeting that he abruptly closed a taxi service he operated briefly in Hanover, Pa., several years ago.Turnbaugh, a Finksburg resident, is a former driver for Hughes Trash Removal.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 3, 1996
Jason Wingeart, a starting soccer sweeper turned football player, is Hereford's football program in microcosm.Last fall, a year after anchoring the Bulls' to the state semifinals in soccer, Wingeart was encouraged by first-year coach Steve Turnbaugh to venture into the unknown: Turnbaugh believed Wingeart, also a basketball and baseball player, could lend his talents toward establishing a football tradition at his alma mater.Success came immediately. Wingeart's eight interceptions ranked with the area's best, and Hereford equaled its best record (5-5)
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse reports | July 26, 2012
Rising junior goalie Brock Turnbaugh (Hereford) has orally committed to Johns Hopkins. The 5-foot-10, 200-pound keeper helped lead Hereford to its fifth straight Class 3A-2A title, saving 75 percent of shots, allowing three goals per game and earning All-County honors. A member of the Baltimore Crabs, he was also All-County in football and wrestling. Turnbaugh also considered Towson, Penn State and Navy.  A teammate of Turnbaugh's on the Baltimore Crabs, rising junior attackman Colin Chell (Boys' Latin)
NEWS
October 2, 2009
On September 30, 2009, NORMAN "Pete" DRENNING. He is survived by three brothers, Frank Buchanan, Forney Buchanan and Wayne Turnbaugh and wife Lois Turnbaugh. To the kindness man we ever knew, we will love and miss you forever. Viewing will be held at Peaceful Alternatives, 2325 York Road, Timonium, Sunday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M.
NEWS
July 18, 2006
CHESTER ROWE TURNBAUGH, 82, of Mount Jackson, died Saturday, July 15, 2006 at his home. Mr. Turnbaugh was born December 6, 1923 in Baltimore, MD, son of the late Charles Edward and Iva Flo Young Turnbaugh. He attended Pleasant View Church of the Brethren in Mount Jackson and was a member of Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church in Owings Mills, Maryland. Mr. Turnbaugh is survived by his wife, Rose Lutz Turnbaugh; a daughter Joan Bender of Mount Jackson; three grandchildren, Deanna Snyder and Andrew Chester Bender both of Mount Jackson and Rhonda Holland of Pocomoke City, Maryland; and two great-grandchildren, Taylor Holland and Jo Ellen Holland.
BUSINESS
By Laura Smitherman and Laura Smitherman,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2005
Maryland's top banking watchdog urged federal regulators yesterday not to interfere with the state's consumer protection laws. Charles W. Turnbaugh, Maryland's commissioner of financial regulation, has joined New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer and other state officials in opposing an industry proposal before the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. The plan would free interstate banks from having to follow multiple state laws on fair lending and community investment. Turnbaugh testified at an FDIC hearing in Washington that the agency doesn't have the authority to pre-empt state law. Spitzer, in an earlier statement, called the proposal a "shameless attempt" by the industry to undermine consumer protections that have been in place for decades to protect low-income, elderly and minority consumers.
NEWS
January 14, 2005
On January 12, 2005, C. WALTER TURNBAUGH, of Stewartstown, PA, formerly of Parkton, MD. Husband of E. Gertrude (nee Stiffler) Turnbaugh; father of Linda R. and husband Ken Jefferies and Charles W. and wife Patricia Turnbaugh; grandfather of Katherine Cruit, Brian Turnbaugh, Carrie Thompson and Andrew Getz; brother of William E., Robert E., Maurice U., Ralph D. Turnbaugh and Francis M. Tracey and the late Allen L. Turnbaugh. Funeral service will be held on Saturday, January 15 at 11 A.M. from J.J. Hartenstein Mortuary, Inc., 24 Second Street, New Freedom, PA. Interment in Pine Grove United Methodist Cemetery, Parkton, MD. Friends may call at the mortuary on Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Memorial contributions may be made to Parke Memorial UMC Improvement Fund, c/o Ralph Stahler, 901 Miller Road, Parkton, MD 21120.
SPORTS
By MILTON KENT | November 26, 2004
MORE SO than in any other sport, football coaches pride themselves on attention to detail and knowing everything there is to know about their operation, from how long each practice should run to how long each player's socks should be. What a surprise it was for Hereford coach Steve Turnbaugh to discover this week something about his program that he didn't know. And, to make matters worse, the fact came from an opposing coach. Potomac coach Eric Knight has been keeping an eye on Hereford all year and for good reason.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 4, 1997
Kent scored three goals in the first 23 minutes of the game and held off Hereford for a 3-1 victory in a Class 1A semifinal at Goucher College yesterday."
NEWS
By Norris P. West | February 4, 1992
U.S. Customs agents and the U.S. Attorney for Maryland today announced the largest heroin seizure from a commercial airline passenger ever made at Baltimore-Washington International airport.Customs agents seized 5.42 pounds of heroin and one-fifth of a pound of marijuana Sunday from Alois G. Coleman, 48, of Bethesda, when she arrived at BWI on a flight from Amsterdam, the Netherlands, federal authorities said.In U.S. District Court in Baltimore yesterday, Magistrate Judge Paul M. Rosenberg released Ms. Coleman on a $75,000 unsecured bond.
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