Stanley M. Waxman, 81, accountant, parole official...

March 09, 2000

Stanley M. Waxman, 81, accountant, parole official

Stanley Morton Waxman, a retired accountant and state parole official, died Monday of complications from multiple sclerosis at Sinai Hospital. He was 81 and lived in Northwest Baltimore.

An assistant director for administration at the Division of Parole and Probation, he also was an accountant and earlier had practiced in downtown Baltimore. He retired 22 years ago.

Born in New York City, he spent his childhood in Rochester and moved to Baltimore as a teen-ager. He was a 1936 graduate of Forest Park High School. In retirement, he was active in the school's class and sports reunions.

Mr. Waxman attended Towson University and earned his degree in accounting from the University of Baltimore. He passed his Certified Public Accounting examination in 1953.

In the 1960s, he was president of the Pimlico Junior High School and Northwestern High School Parent-Teacher Associations.

During World War II, he served in the Army Air Corps as a radar technician in Europe.

Mr. Waxman enjoyed playing baseball and basketball.

Services were held Wednesday. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, the former Mildred Hament; a son, Dr. Harvey Waxman of Newton, Mass.; a daughter, Betty Waxman, also of Newton, Mass.; a brother, Robert Waxman of California, Md.; and four grandchildren.

Edward F. Brandenburg, 84, BGE stationary engineer

Edward Franklin Brandenburg, a retired Baltimore Gas & Electric stationary engineer and former Milford Mill resident, died Sunday of pneumonia at Baptist Hospital in Pensacola, Fla. He was 84.

A resident of Pensacola since 1994, Mr. Brandenburg began his career in the early 1930s with the old Consolidated Gas & Electric Co. in Baltimore, which later became a part of BGE. He was a stationary engineer at BGE's Spring Garden plant at the time of his retirement in 1980.

Born and reared in North East where he graduated from high school, Mr. Brandenburg served in the Navy as a chief machinist's mate aboard ships in both the Atlantic and Pacific theaters of operation. He was discharged in 1945.

He enjoyed thoroughbred horse racing and golf.

He was married in 1945 to the former Dorothy C. Treadway.

Services are today in Pensacola.

Besides his wife, Mr. Brandenburg is survived by five daughters, Karen Lynn Barke of Baltimore Highlands, Janice Brandenburg and Wendy Meadows, both of Pensacola, Sharon Ray of Goodlettsville, Tenn., and Beverly Brandenburg of DeFuniak Springs, Fla.; a stepson, Ralph LeBouef of Slidell, La.; four brothers, Reese Brandenburg and Lawrence Brandenburg, both of Baltimore, Robert Brandenburg of Linthicum and Richard Brandenburg of Chincoteague, Va.; six sisters, Virginia Hutchins of Baltimore, Katherine Melvin of Ellicott City, Ruth Street of Severna Park, Mary Niemann of Linthicum, Nancy Ralston of Pasadena, and Marjorie Brandenburg of Clarksville, Tenn.; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

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