Glen Burnie

April 15, 1993

Former state Sen. Lipin has quadruple bypass

Former state Sen. Alfred J. Lipin is recovering from quadruple heart bypass surgery performed last week at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

"He should be coming home in the next few days," said his daughter, Lauri Raleigh, of Peekskill, N.Y.

Mr. Lipin, 73, was born in "Lipin's Corner" in Pasadena and grew up in the Glen Burnie area. A businessman long active in the Glen Burnie and Severna Park communities, he was a member of the state House of Delegates from 1967 to 1971. A Democrat, he then moved to the Senate, remaining until 1977. That year, he resigned his District 32 Senate seat to become undersecretary of the state Department of Licensing and Regulation and founded the Sawmill Creek Park Association.

Most recently, he has been involved in Glen Burnie urban renewal activities and in promoting further extension of the Central Light Rail line into Glen Burnie.

He and his wife, Irene, have four grown children.

Sound equipment taken from cars

Thieves took compact disc players, stereo amplifiers and speakers from five cars at the Cromwell Fountain Condominiums in Glen Burnie Monday or Tuesday.


* Gatewater Landing Apts.: Thieves took two bicycles from in front of an apartment building in the 300 block of Gatewater Court between Monday and Tuesday.

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