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December 11, 2003
On December 9, 2003, ERNEST F. VALLE beloved husband of Rita R. Valle (nee Vasile) devoted father of Michele V. Kogler and her husband John, brother of Raymond Valle, dear grandfather of Caroline, Elizabeth and Olivia Kogler. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) on Thursday 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Joseph Church, Texas, MD, on Friday, December 12, at 10 A.M. Interment will follow in Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
Charles J. "Chuck" Valle Sr., a retired sales executive and World War II veteran, died Friday of heart failure at his home in Phoenix, Baltimore County. He was 91. The son of a stonemason and a homemaker, Charles J. "Chuck" Valle Sr. was born in Rochester, N.Y., and moved with his family in 1924 to Federal Hill. Mr. Valle was a 1940 graduate of Southern High School, where he was an outstanding football and basketball player. Mr. Valle enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1941 and served aboard the aircraft carrier USS San Jacinto as a member of a gunnery crew from 1943 to 1945.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | January 6, 2001
Francis J. Valle, a retired Orphans' Court judge who mixed a career in Democratic politics with Italian-American fraternal activity, died Wednesday of heart failure at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He was 84 and lived in the Inner Harbor. A lifelong Democrat, his name appeared on political ballots in the 1950s and 1960s, when he ran for Supreme Bench judge, state's attorney, comptroller and mayor. He served two Orphans' Court terms, from 1958 to 1962 and from 1974 to 1978.
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By Pete Pichaske ppichaske@tribune.com | September 16, 2012
His team had just been shut out, 27-0, when legendary Howard County football coach Doug DuVall was corralled for a post-game interview as he walked off the field. So, coach, how do you feel after the loss? "It's just great fun, coaching these kids," he said with a grin. 'It's like herding cats. " His smile broadened. "My biggest job is snapping helmets (on) and tying shoes. And every once in awhile I get the chance to coach. " Forgive DuVall his nonchalant reaction to the loss.
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By John Steadman | September 13, 1993
There's an almost fatherly pride expressed by Francis Valle over the accomplishments of Peter Angelos, the man who wanted, regardless of the price, to return ownership of the Orioles to Baltimore and successfully bid $173 million for the opportunity. Valle was one of Angelos' teachers in law school, later ran with him on the same political ticket and subsequently worked in his firm as a consultant to young lawyers.Valle, who served 10 years as a judge of the orphans' court and two terms as a commissioner of the workmen's compensation board, is elated Angelos stepped forward to buy the Orioles.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun Staff Writer | March 13, 1994
Like a nicely set table waiting for guests, Baltimore County's long-planned 100-bed prison for drunken drivers sits on indefinite hold in Owings Mills.Delayed repeatedly by problems over location, renovation costs and operation, the treatment center is in limbo again.Stephen K. Valle, a partner of Right Turn Inc., the private &L company that was the only bidder to operate the work-release center, is under consideration for a high-ranking post in the Clinton administration, according to Michael M. Gimbel, director of the county Office of Substance Abuse.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | December 12, 1997
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras -- A former Honduran judge, breaking a wall of official silence, says the country's judicial officials have engaged in an "obvious obstruction of justice" against an American who has languished nearly five years in prison here, awaiting trial on a murder charge.The judge, who presided over the case against Gus Valle, a former Miami resident, for 10 months before being fired, said judicial officials deliberately slowed the progress of the case to a snail's pace to keep Valle from going to court to present his argument of self-defense.
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By RASHOD D. OLLISON and RASHOD D. OLLISON,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | January 26, 2006
There's this misconception about the guys of Calla. With their penchant for creeping, nocturnal sound- scapes and guitarist-lead singer Aurelio Valle's raspy, melancholic vocals, they give the impression that they're a dispirited, depressing group. They all just sit around long-faced, writing songs about how much love and life stink. Not true. "It's the way things come out," says Valle, who's calling from his home in Brooklyn, N.Y. "People interpret things differently, you know. But we don't consider ourselves a dark band.
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October 24, 1995
Grace T. Valle, 75, sales associate in shopGrace T. Valle, a retired sales associate, died Saturday at Stella Maris Hospice of cancer. The 40-year resident of Parkville was 75.She retired in 1977 from the Princess Shop in Parkville, where bTC she had worked since 1969. Earlier, she had worked for Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Towson and in the payroll department of The Baltimore Sun from 1937 to 1945.Born and raised near Patterson Park, the former Grace Tosches graduated in 1937 from Eastern High School.
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By Boston Globe | June 4, 1994
BOSTON -- As in horse racing, the victory does not always go to the swift. When he signed, Damon Berryhill trailed the field in the catching derby. Now he's the leader of the Boston Red Sox clubhouse.There's a simple reason -- manager Butch Hobson has determined that Berryhill, who a year ago was catching for the Atlanta Braves, is the best man for the job. Dave Valle, a high-priced free agent, is the odd man out.Berryhill has made the most of his opportunity while answering the two major questions the Red Sox faced all winter: (1)
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2010
An illegal immigrant who fled to Mexico after killing his boss for drug money in 2005 was sentenced to 40 years in prison Monday in Howard County Circuit Court. It took Howard police and prosecutors more than four years to find and extradite Joel Nunez Valles from a Mexican jail, where he was confined for an unknown crime. Prosecutor Susan Weinstein said Valles' sentence, life in prison with all but 40 years suspended, was the result of a plea agreement because the main witnesses were his own family members, who were "reluctant" to testify.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2010
Hauled back to Maryland from his native Mexico, a 30-year-old former Columbia man pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree murder in the 2005 killing of his boss in West Friendship. Prosecutors say Joel Nunez Valles stabbed Juan Miguel Gonzales 19 times with a screwdriver in the head, face and neck in October 2005. They say Nunez Valles, whom a relative described as a cocaine addict, became angry when the 51-year-old Gonzales refused to lend him money. Gonzales, also known as Abolino Avila, had employed Nunez Valles in his landscaping business.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | December 5, 2008
Many years ago, Doug DuVall handed a football trophy to a kid. Last night, that kid took away what could have been DuVall's last trophy. In DuVall's final game as Wilde Lake coach after 36 years, his Wildecats fell to Westlake, 13-0, in the Class 3A state championship game at M&T Bank Stadium. The title was the first for Westlake and coach Dominic Zaccarelli, who recalled that first meeting with DuVall. "I was 8 or 9 years old and went to Thunder Hill Elementary School in Columbia," said Zaccarelli, who has coached Westlake for 17 years.
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By Patrick Gutierrez and Patrick Gutierrez,patrick.gutierrez@baltsun.com | December 4, 2008
As Wilde Lake football coach Doug DuVall guided his players through practice for the final time in his career yesterday, the 61-year-old with the jovial attitude and cherubic face went about his business as if it were any other day. Preparing his team for tonight's Class 3A state championship against Westlake at M&T Bank Stadium, DuVall was the picture of focus. Deep down, however, he was very aware of the occasion and the fact that the end of what has been a magical 36-year ride is near.
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By Todd Karpovich and Todd Karpovich,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2008
Wilde Lake's Jerrel Epps wasted almost no time taking control of last night's Class 3A state semifinal against No. 7 Hereford. The diminutive running back, 5 feet 6, 150 pounds, scored two touchdowns in the game's opening 1:56, and one more four minutes later, that set the tone for the No. 6 Wildecats. Wilde Lake was never threatened by visiting Hereford in the 42-16 win and plays Westlake on Thursday at M&T Bank Stadium for the state championship. Wilde Lake will not only try to win its sixth state title and first since 1997, but also give coach Doug DuVall a storybook ending to his career.
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By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2008
Wilde Lake quarterback Danny March is a threat as a passer and a runner. Good thing for the No. 13 Wildecats he can catch, too. March's interception of Marriotts Ridge quarterback Tim Blair on a two-point conversion attempt turned out to be the difference as host Wilde Lake defeated Marriotts Ridge, 7-6, in a Howard County game played in driving rain yesterday. The win gave Wilde Lake coach Doug DuVall his 300th win, counting three in all-star games, seven as junior varsity coach at Wilde Lake and six with the Baltimore Eagles semipro team.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | July 11, 1993
For most people, the high school football season is still five weeks away. For Doug DuVall, the football calendar runs year-round.DuVall, who in his 20th season will try to guide Wilde Lake High School to an unprecedented fourth straight state championship this fall, is busily working on the inaugural Chesapeake Football Classic, which will pit the top 33 graduated seniors from Maryland against those from Virginia.The game will be played Saturday, July 24 at the University of Maryland's Byrd Stadium.
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By Ken Rosenthal | November 12, 1991
COLUMBIA -- Only Wilde Lake coach Doug DuVall would think of enlisting an assistant to demand players remain seated during games. Such control might sound extreme for high school football. DuVall simply calls it "part of a grand design."Never mind that his team finished the regular season 10-0 with seven shutouts. Junior varsity coach Dwight "Don't Call Me Dewey" Evans continues to frantically patrol the sideline, screaming at any player who dares leap from the bench in excitement.Some might label DuVall a killjoy, but in fact just the opposite is true.
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By Sandra McKee | August 26, 2008
Wilde Lake football coach Doug DuVall said this, his 36th season, would be his last one coaching the Wildecats. "I remember, when I started coaching, I just wanted to win my first game," he said yesterday, between classes at the school where he began his career in 1972. "Then I wanted to win 100, then 200, now 300. But you should never spend your whole career in one place." That thought and others first came to him when his friend, the late Dunbar coach Ben Eaton, died suddenly in August 2007.
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January 26, 2007
R. Benson DuVall, a former member of the Rock Hall Town Council and retired lumberyard manager, died of a heart attack Jan. 18 at Chester River Hospital Center in Chestertown. He was 86. He was born and raised in Anne Arundel County's Elvaton and graduated from Glen Burnie High School. He earned a certificate in architectural design from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1941, and served as an Army technician from 1944 to 1946.
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