Jayme D. Weinstein, 50, partner in jeweler division

September 21, 2004

Jayme D. Weinstein, a former partner in the corporate merchandise services division of Dahne & Weinstein Jewelers and a volunteer, died of brain cancer Saturday at her Glyndon home. She was 50.

She was born Jayme Dorf in Baltimore and raised in Pikesville. She was a 1971 graduate of Park School and earned a bachelor's degree in special and elementary education from the University of Maryland in 1975.

After teaching for two years, she became East Coast training director for Frances Denney Cosmetics, and later was in the marketing and sales division of Van Cleef & Arpels, the New York City jeweler.

In 1981, Mrs. Weinstein joined Allegheny Beverage Co. as a brand development manager and was later promoted to vice president of marketing. In 1986, she became a partner in the Lutherville jeweler's division that provides gifts for corporate clients. She retired last year from her husband's family's business because of health reasons.

Mrs. Weinstein had volunteered for three years in the March of Dimes Chefs Gala and had been chairwoman of the Maryland Food Committee's Empty Bowls event.

She was a longtime volunteer for the Mid-Atlantic Division of the American Heart Association and served on the auction committee of the organization's annual Heart Ball.

Mrs. Weinstein was the recipient of the Distinguished Women's Award presented by the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland last year. She had served on the board of Woodholme Country Club and was a member of the Women's Golf Association of Maryland.

She was a member of Chizuk Amuno Congregation.

Services were held Sunday.

Mrs. Weinstein is survived by her husband of 18 years, Jay M. Weinstein, a Lutherville financial and estate planning specialist; a stepson, Richard E. Weinstein of Atlanta; a stepdaughter, Laura R. Weinstein of Rome, Italy; her parents, retired Judge Paul A. Dorf of Baltimore and Rhona P. Dorf of Biscayne, Fla.; and a sister, Cynthia Dorf Kleiman of Owings Mills.

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