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By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2000
When an ambushed car careened into William Henderson's cart in Harlem Park recently, it was the first time in five years there were no free hot dogs for the community's welfare-dependent children during their hungry last days of each month. For half a decade, hundreds of desperate children have flocked to Edmondson Avenue and North Carey Street to get a free hot dog and soda from Henderson when their parents' food stamps are depleted, leaving refrigerators empty. But last month, the droves of children, some walking a dozen blocks, came to the West Baltimore corner looking for the traditional meal, but instead found the hot dog cart gone.
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May 17, 2003
On May 13, 2003, TRACY, beloved mother of Amber Cunningham, devoted daughter of Kathryn and the late William Henderson III; dear sister of the late William Henderson IV; granddaughter of Alice LeFaivre aunt of William Henderson, V; loving companion of John Cunningham. Friends may call at the Johnson Funeral Home, P.A., 8521 Loch Raven Blvd. (Beltway Exit 29B), on Sunday from 3 to 5 P.M., at which time family and friends are invited to attend a Prayer Service.
NEWS
August 5, 2004
On Sunday, July 26, 2004, WILLIAM HENDERSON, JR., late of Country View Elder Care, Darlington, MD, and formerly of 3236 Northway Drive, Baltimore, MD. Mr. Henderson was 85 years of age. Mr. Henderson served with distinction in the United States Marine Corp during WWII, fighting at Okinawa and in the Pacific theater. He is survived by an elder brother, Robert Henderson. Memorial services are scheduled, Sunday, August 8, 2004, 2 P.M. at the Dublin Cemetery in Dublin, MD.
NEWS
August 5, 2004
On Sunday, July 26, 2004, WILLIAM HENDERSON, JR., late of Country View Elder Care, Darlington, MD, and formerly of 3236 Northway Drive, Baltimore, MD. Mr. Henderson was 85 years of age. Mr. Henderson served with distinction in the United States Marine Corp during WWII, fighting at Okinawa and in the Pacific theater. He is survived by an elder brother, Robert Henderson. Memorial services are scheduled, Sunday, August 8, 2004, 2 P.M. at the Dublin Cemetery in Dublin, MD.
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By MIKE PRESTON | October 25, 1998
The formation: Split, pro set.The action: At the snap, the linemen lock into their pass-protection sets. Wide receiver Antonio Freeman (86), split wide left, runs a hitch-and-go route. Wide receiver Robert Brooks (87), split right, runs a 12-yard-and-in route, and tight end Mark Chmura (89) runs a straight fly. Fullback William Henderson (33) appears to run a flare and then angles across the middle, while running back Travis Jervey (32) pass blocks on the left side. Quarterback Brett Favre (4)
SPORTS
January 19, 1997
Draft (25)1989: Chris Jacke, K, 1989, 6th.1990: LeRoy Butler, S, 2nd.1992: Edgar Bennett, RB, 4th; Mark Chmura, TE, 6th.1993: Wayne Simmons, LB, 1st; Earl Dotson, OT, 3rd; Doug Evans, CB, 6th; Bob Kuberski, NT, 7th.1994: Aaron Taylor, G, 1st; Gabe Wilkins, DE, 4th; Terry Mickens, WR, 5th; Dorsey Levens, FB, 5th.1995: Craig Newsome, CB, 1st; Darius Holland, DT, 3rd; William Henderson, FB, 3rd; Brian Williams, LB, 3rd; Antonio Freeman, WR, 3rd; Travis Jervey,...
SPORTS
September 26, 2002
Sunday Carolina at Green Bay PANTHERS: Out: RB DeShaun Foster (knee); RB Nick Goings (ribs). Doubtful: WR Muhsin Muhammad (hamstring). Questionable: LB Dan Morgan (knee). Probable: DT Brentson Buckner (toe); DE Julius Peppers (hand); DE Mike Rucker (ankle); TE Wesley Walls (knee). PACKERS: Out: S Antuan Edwards (arm); DE Vonnie Holliday (chest). Questionable: DE Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila (rib); RB William Henderson (knee); CB Bhawoh Jue (ankle); TE David Martin (concussion); G Marco Rivera (knee)
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
Carrying a poster with her son's picture, Ginny Henderso and her daughters prepared to march in the AIDS Walk in May.Another woman spotted the sign and walked toward her."We hugged each other and cried, before we introduced ourselves," Mrs. Henderson said. "We didn't know each other. We knew we had shared the same experience. We knew what we each had been through."The walk, during which the Hendersons raised $1,000 for AIDS research, was one of Mrs. Henderson's first public statements on her 36-year-old son's death from AIDS nearly two years ago. In William Henderson's last days and for months afterward, she couldn't talk about it with anyone but close friends and family.
NEWS
By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2000
The eyes of dozens of Harlem Park children twinkled yesterday when William Henderson wheeled a shiny new deluxe hot dog cart into a concrete park lined with ruined homes, vacant lots and drug addicts. Fatima Knight, 11, said the cart was the nicest thing she had seen in Harlem Park since five years ago, when she got a new pair of roller skates. Her brother, 10-year-old Rasheem, said it was the nicest thing he had seen since last summer, when neighborhood boys let him touch a new dirt bike.
NEWS
May 18, 2003
On May 13, 2003, TRACY, beloved mother of Amber Cunningham, devoted daughter of Kathryn and the late William Henderson III; dear sister of the late William Henderson IV; granddaughter of Alice LeFaivre, neice of Louis LeFaivre, great-neice of Beverly & Elbert Arrington, aunt of William Henderson, V; Keith Chandler, T.J., Christian and Mariah Brown; god-mother of Keith Brown, Jr., loving companion of John Cunningham. Also survived by close loving friends & relatives, Dawn & Skip Brown, Carol, Harry, Brian, Marty and Jenny Schull.
NEWS
By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2000
The eyes of dozens of Harlem Park children twinkled yesterday when William Henderson wheeled a shiny new deluxe hot dog cart into a concrete park lined with ruined homes, vacant lots and drug addicts. Fatima Knight, 11, said the cart was the nicest thing she had seen in Harlem Park since five years ago, when she got a new pair of roller skates. Her brother, 10-year-old Rasheem, said it was the nicest thing he had seen since last summer, when neighborhood boys let him touch a new dirt bike.
NEWS
By Tim Craig and Tim Craig,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2000
When an ambushed car careened into William Henderson's cart in Harlem Park recently, it was the first time in five years there were no free hot dogs for the community's welfare-dependent children during their hungry last days of each month. For half a decade, hundreds of desperate children have flocked to Edmondson Avenue and North Carey Street to get a free hot dog and soda from Henderson when their parents' food stamps are depleted, leaving refrigerators empty. But last month, the droves of children, some walking a dozen blocks, came to the West Baltimore corner looking for the traditional meal, but instead found the hot dog cart gone.
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | October 25, 1998
The formation: Split, pro set.The action: At the snap, the linemen lock into their pass-protection sets. Wide receiver Antonio Freeman (86), split wide left, runs a hitch-and-go route. Wide receiver Robert Brooks (87), split right, runs a 12-yard-and-in route, and tight end Mark Chmura (89) runs a straight fly. Fullback William Henderson (33) appears to run a flare and then angles across the middle, while running back Travis Jervey (32) pass blocks on the left side. Quarterback Brett Favre (4)
SPORTS
January 19, 1997
Draft (25)1989: Chris Jacke, K, 1989, 6th.1990: LeRoy Butler, S, 2nd.1992: Edgar Bennett, RB, 4th; Mark Chmura, TE, 6th.1993: Wayne Simmons, LB, 1st; Earl Dotson, OT, 3rd; Doug Evans, CB, 6th; Bob Kuberski, NT, 7th.1994: Aaron Taylor, G, 1st; Gabe Wilkins, DE, 4th; Terry Mickens, WR, 5th; Dorsey Levens, FB, 5th.1995: Craig Newsome, CB, 1st; Darius Holland, DT, 3rd; William Henderson, FB, 3rd; Brian Williams, LB, 3rd; Antonio Freeman, WR, 3rd; Travis Jervey,...
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 11, 1992
Carrying a poster with her son's picture, Ginny Henderso and her daughters prepared to march in the AIDS Walk in May.Another woman spotted the sign and walked toward her."We hugged each other and cried, before we introduced ourselves," Mrs. Henderson said. "We didn't know each other. We knew we had shared the same experience. We knew what we each had been through."The walk, during which the Hendersons raised $1,000 for AIDS research, was one of Mrs. Henderson's first public statements on her 36-year-old son's death from AIDS nearly two years ago. In William Henderson's last days and for months afterward, she couldn't talk about it with anyone but close friends and family.
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