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Created: Monday, 29 June 2015 08:17

A Gentle Warrior: A Tribute to Beverly “Aunt Bev” Ellis

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Beverly Ellis WebIt is with deepest regret that we announce the recent passing of one of our most dedicated workers and team member. On the morning of Sunday, June 28 at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Beverly Ellis peacefully passed away, after a long illness, at the age of 54.

“Aunt Bev,” as she was affectionately called by the youth she served and guided, enjoyed a lengthy career with Aon Insurance Corporation in Baltimore. She also worked for a time at the Baltimore City Bureau of Parks and Recreation’s Webster-Kendricks Recreation Center. She then transferred to the Youth and Adults Sports Program as a Gym Leader, managing youth and adult basketball leagues, tournaments and clinics.

Beverly was an outstanding Maryland AAU Volunteer for over 16 years, having served as an AAU Sports Commissioner for the Boys Basketball Program, and she was also a valued team member on our Annual Banquet Committee. “Beverly never hesitated to serve and was happy to do so,” said Antoinette DuBose, Maryland District 2nd Lieutenant Governor. “She was a true trooper.”

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Created: Sunday, 11 January 2015 05:04

Severna Park/AAU Basketball Coach Edward Wilson passed away Thursday at age 92

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"Mr. Wilson" (pictured right), as he was affectionately and respectfully known by fellow coaches and administrators, was honored in 2011 when he was presented with Maryland AAU’s Hall of Fame Award. He has sent more than 40 athletes to Division I schools, including 6 girls. and he coached such notable players as Steve Wojciechowski who played for Duke and is now an Head Coach at Marquette, Quinton Jackson who attended North Carolina State and plays with the Harlem Globetrotters, Norman Nolan who played locally for Dunbar High School and attended college in Virginia, and most notably Nolan Smith, Duke University’s point guard that led them to the 2010 National Championship.

Friends and family can contact Mr. Wilson's son, Chip Wilson at (202) 320-9700 to convey your condolences. Funeral arrangements  and pending and will be posted here.

To read more about Mr. Wilson, see our May 2011 edition of the JUMPSHOT NEWSLETTER.


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