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Capitol Mortuary
1425 Maryland Avenue Northeast
Washington, DC 20002
Phone: (202) 399-6999
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MSO cellist Peter Loran Spurbeck remembered for excellence

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He was very diligent and detailed in his work. He was also very kind and patient and worked with me in the beginning stages of my career, and I appreciated that," said Cho, who now lives in Washington and performs around the country. Mr. Spurbeck was born in Potsdam, N.Y., and got his bachelor's and master's degrees and performing certificate at Indiana University. "His parents realized how good he was and that he was going to be a performer," said Sam Spurbeck. "So they made sure to move him away from hockey, which he loved to play, but they had to think of his hands." He was, however, a devoted baseball fan from the time his father took him to Brooklyn Dodgers games. "He was a big fan of the St. Louis Cardinals and the Memphis Redbirds," said Sam Spurbeck. And he did the box scores at every game, something he learned from his father. That interest in detail was in every aspect of his life, from baseball to doing the family budget to teaching to performing. "He aimed for perfection," said Janet Edmonds, a violinist and friend of the family. Mr. Spurbeck is survived by his wife and son, sisters Susan Webb and Meg Weston, two grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation will be Sunday from 3 to 5 p.m. at Forest Hill Funeral Home, and the service will be Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Second Presbyterian Church. Graveside service immediately follows the funeral at Forest Hill. (The Commercial Appeal)

Jacksonville set to make bid for college football title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Monday night, after the first weekend of NFL wild-card playoff games. The plan must be approved by the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee, which will meet Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Gator Bowl Association president Rick Catlett said he has always had the basics of a presentation ready to go on short notice in case the city and the GBA had a chance to bid on being part of the Bowl Championship Series. Components of the city’s Super Bowl XXXIX plan also will be incorporated. Verlander said support from Mayor Alvin Brown, the GBA, the Jaguars and other business interests in the city will ensure what he believes will be a bid “the commissioners will have a hard time turning down.” “We’d be doing the people of Jacksonville a disservice if we didn’t go after this game aggressively,” Verlander said. “This game can be like a Super Bowl. It can be a rallying-point event, a transformative event that can change a city and a community.” No specifics on the plans for the national championship site have been revealed by the conference commissioners, other than the two national semifinals games will be part of the current BCS bowl structure, and the championship game will be bid out. Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott told the Associated Press that the championship game would be rotated yearly, like the Super Bowl. Details have been slow to come because the conference commissioners wanted time to inform their athletic directors and presidents of the plan, the four-team playoff system will be put into place for a 10-year period. “We’re not competing against other cities for 10 years,” Verlander said. “We’re competing against other cities for the first game, and if that doesn’t happen, the next one, or the one after that. W...

Jacksonville plans to bid for football national title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Jan. 1. The championship game would be on the Monday following the first weekend of NFL wildcard playoffs. The plan will be submitted to the BCS Presidential Oversight Committee June 26 in Washington D.C. for final approval.

Harrison gets 10th win, Rangers beat Rockies 4-2 - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
When Harrison got to the dugout after the fifth inning, he could be seen talking with manager Ron Washington, pitching coach Mike Maddux and a trainer. The left-hander was clearly pleading his case that he felt fine and wanted to keep pitching. Harrison was examined by team physician Dr. Keith Meister and will be evaluated further over the next couple of days. Texas finished a majors-best 14-4 in interleague play, winning all six of its series against National League teams. The Rockies were 2-13 against the American League. A day after an 11-7 victory, they didn't score until loading the bases with no outs in the ninth to set up an RBI single by Marco Scutaro and a sacrifice fly by Carlos Gonzalez. Scutaro got caught in a rundown after a pitch ricocheted away from catcher Mike Napoli. Though Scutaro slid into second base under the tag and was signaled safe, he then popped off the base and was tagged out by shortstop Elvis Andrus for the second out before Jason Giambi struck out. Colorado, which ended its longest road trip of the season 3-6, had base runners on in each of its five innings against Harrison. The Rockies also had someone reach against each reliever. Wilin Rosario had an inning-ending grounder after the Rockies had two singles in the first, then left they left the bases loaded ...

George K. McKinney, U.S. marshal - Baltimore Sun

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Mr. McKinney, who left his D.C. marshal post in 1977.From 1977 to 1994, he held numerous high-level executive management positions with the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington. Some of the positions included serving as director of justice protective services, assistant director for physical security, senior security specialist, operations security officer and computer security officer.In 1995, President Bill Clinton appointed Mr. McKinney as U.S. marshal for Maryland, the first African-American to hold that position in the state since the founding of the U.S. Marshal Service in 1789."I think it says a lot about the district of Maryland and the country," Mr. McKinney said at the time. "Minority marshals are relatively new. But it's something I've aspired to ever since I was a deputy. I wanted to be in the top job."In the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the U.S. Marshal Service for the District of Maryland was directed by the U.S. attorney general to "assume and manage all security operations" at BWI-Thurgood Marshall Airport, his daughter said.The airport remained under Mr. McKinney's purview for 60 days until it was taken over by the Maryland National Guard and then the Transportation Security Administration.

Frank H. White, second African-American judge in Pinellas County's ... -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Winter Haven when Judge White was a teenager. He attended Bethune-Cookman College, was drafted into the Army for two years, then finished his undergraduate studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C. He then married Clearwater native Elaine Carson. In retirement, he continued a lifelong pursuit of reading and cared for his wife, who by then suffered health problems. Elaine White, his wife of 60 years, died in April. Judge White also had multiple health problems, including a stroke. His family is now going through folders containing his notes and some writings, much of which center on racial discrimination. "He wrote a lot about that," his brother said. "He wanted to challenge some of the longstanding rules and laws that existed that excluded African-Americans from being real citizens." Andrew Meacham can be reached at or (727) 892-2248.

Charlotte B. Wheeler - Riverhead News Review

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
N.H.); eight grandchildren: Hamilton Carroll and partner Lourdez Orozco (Leeds, U.K.), Rowan Carroll (Hanover, N.H.), Jerome Carroll and partner Miranda Nunhofer (London, U.K.), Hamilton Pridgen (Washington, D.C.), Meredith Pridgen and husband Nils Erickson (St. John, USVI) and Victoria Pridgen, Jamison Pridgen and Margaret Pridgen (all of Etna, N.H.); and three great-grandchildren, Eleanor and James Carroll and Laura Carroll, who live in England. Following Charlotte’s wishes, interment will be at Riverhead Cemetery at a private family gathering. Memorial donations may be made to support the local work of The Nature Conservancy. This is a paid notice.

Alexandria man admits plot to bomb the Capitol - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Friday after the hearing. “He was a homegrown violent extremist, who was cut off from other people,” said C. Bryan Paarmann, an FBI official from the Washington Field Office.

Alexandria and Arlington crime report - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
June 9. An assault was reported. Wyndham Cir., 3300 block, 9:57 p.m. June 7. An assault was reported. An arrest was made. ROBBERIES Glebe Rd. W., 2:10 a.m. June 12. A robbery was reported. Washington St. S., 300 block, 10:34 a.m. June 9. A robbery was reported. THEFTS/BREAK-INS Armistead St. and Triadelphia Way, 2:28 p.m. June 6. A wallet was stolen from a vehicle. Beauregard St. N., 300 block, 8:29 p.m. June 6. A person asked to use another person’s iPod, then fled with it. Boyce Dr., 5500 block, 6:06 p.m. June 11. A theft from a vehicle was reported.

Alexandria and Arlington community events, June 21-28, 2012 - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Thursdays), noon-6 p.m. Sundays, through July 2, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Art League Gallery, Room 21, 105 N. Union St., Alexandria. Free. 703-683-1780 or “Eternal Washington” exhibit, black-and-white photographs by Greg Embree. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Thursdays and Monday, 1-9 p.m. Wednesday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays-Saturdays, through July 3, Cherrydale Library, 2190 Military Rd., Arlington. Free. 703-228-6330. Rosslyn farmers market, jelly, herbs, vegetables, fruit, pastries, bread and more, sponsored by Rosslyn Business Improvement District. 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; concert by Buster Brown and the Get Down, 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m., North Oak Street and Wilson Boulevard, Arlington. 703-522-6628 or “Art on the Edge,” all-media art by Washington area artists. Noon-6 p.m. Thursday and Sunday, noon-9 p.m. Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, Del Ray Artisans, Nicholas A. Colasanto Center, 2704 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria. Free. 703-838-4827 or Artomatic festival, participation by more than 1,000 artists (visual, music, film, fashion and other genres) on 10 floors of a building; plus workshops, seminars and tours. Noon-10 p.m. Thursday, noon-1 a.m. Friday-Saturday, Vornado/Charles E. Smith’s, 1851 S. Bell St., Arlington. Free. 703-412-9430. “Native Ground” photographs, by Robert MacDonald. Noon-4 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays, 1-4 p.m. Saturdays, through Aug. 5. Reception, 4-6 p.m. Sunday, the Athenae...

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