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June 23, 2005
On Tuesday, June 21, 2005, IRVING J. ABEND; beloved husband of the late Jeanette Abend (nee Slepoff); beloved father of Robert Jay Abend of California and Allen Cary Abend of Baltimore, MD; father-in-law of Suni Abend and Marjorie Shulbank; adored grandfather of Thomas, Emily and Molly Abend. Funeral Services and Interment will be held on Thursday, June 23 at 11 A.M. at Beth El Memorial Park - Randallstown. Please omit flowers. Family at home 2417 Sylvale Rd., (21209) through Friday. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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April 17, 2006
On Saturday, April 15, 2006, CORINNE A. MORRIS (nee Adelson); beloved wife of the late Stanley Morris; beloved mother of Suzanne Abend, of Philadelphia, PA, Jeffrey K. Morris, of Baltimore, MD and Abbe Libby-Szablewski, of Saratoga, NY; mother-in-law of Jules Abend and Clifford Szablewski; beloved sister of the late Lila Moss; adored grandmother of Leslie Abend, Jennifer Libby, Benjamin Szablewski, Megan and Samantha Morris. Funeral Services and interment will be held on Tuesday, April 18, 2 P.M. at Beth Moses Cemetery - Pinelawn, NY. Please omit flowers.
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By Pat O'Malley | January 30, 1991
Those "Q's & A's" have been rolling in on the 24-Hour Sportsline, 647-2499, but I've got something to fill you in on before jumping into the barrel of "Qs."With the spring sports season of lacrosse, baseball and softball just around the corner, I want you to know that despite recent reports out of Archbishop Spalding that Bob Abend had "retired" as lacrosse coach, it ain't so."Friends were congratulating me on my retirement after it was announced that I wouldn't be back at Spalding as lacrosse coach, and they kept telling me they hoped I would enjoy my retirement," said the 57-year-old Abend.
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June 23, 2005
On Tuesday, June 21, 2005, IRVING J. ABEND; beloved husband of the late Jeanette Abend (nee Slepoff); beloved father of Robert Jay Abend of California and Allen Cary Abend of Baltimore, MD; father-in-law of Suni Abend and Marjorie Shulbank; adored grandfather of Thomas, Emily and Molly Abend. Funeral Services and Interment will be held on Thursday, June 23 at 11 A.M. at Beth El Memorial Park - Randallstown. Please omit flowers. Family at home 2417 Sylvale Rd., (21209) through Friday. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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By DON VITEK | January 3, 1993
Abey Abend of Taneytown averages close to 200, and until this season he split his lane time between tenpins and duckpins."This year I'm concentrating on tenpins," Abend said. "I think it'll help my game."This season he is bowling tenpins in a Thursday night league at Thunderhead Taneytown and the Wednesday Nite Scratch Triples at County Lanes.Last year he carried a 138 average in duckpins.Abend doesn't choke. He doesn't take himself or tenpins too seriously, and he just shattered the three-game series record for County Lanes.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2004
Saying drug use, a chaotic upbringing and a severe beating left a convicted murderer mentally impaired, an Anne Arundel County judge yesterday spared him the death penalty and sentenced the Glen Burnie man to two terms of life without parole for killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said "overwhelming evidence from expert after expert" led her to conclude that Kenneth Ernest Abend, 42, either was unable to control himself or did not fully appreciate what he was doing when he killed Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie C. Browning, 36, nearly three years ago. But Abend's longtime PCP dependence and violence made him far too dangerous for anything but life in prison without parole, North told the packed Annapolis courtroom.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2004
An Anne Arundel County judge convicted a Glen Burnie man yesterday of three counts of capital murder and five related charges in the slaying of his landlady and her daughter-in-law in January 2002, raising the possibility that Kenneth Ernest Abend could face the death penalty for the crimes. Abend, 42, sat silently as Circuit Judge Pamela L. North recounted gruesome details of the killing of Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie Christine Browning, 36, saying that prosecutors proved every element of their case, including that he acted alone.
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By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | September 23, 2004
A Glen Burnie man waived his right to a trial on murder charges that could bring the death penalty and agreed yesterday to a prosecution statement that DNA evidence linked him to the slaying of his landlady and her daughter-in-law in 2002. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said she would review that statement and additional materials from prosecutors and lawyers for Kenneth E. Abend, 42. She will decide Oct. 28 whether Abend is guilty and, if so, of what crimes and whether he is eligible for the death penalty.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2004
Saying drug use, a chaotic upbringing and a severe beating left a convicted murderer mentally impaired, an Anne Arundel County judge yesterday spared him the death penalty and sentenced the Glen Burnie man to two terms of life without parole for killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said "overwhelming evidence from expert after expert" led her to conclude that Kenneth Ernest Abend, 42, either was unable to control himself or did not fully appreciate what he was doing when he killed Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie C. Browning, 36, nearly three years ago. But Abend's longtime PCP dependence and violence made him far too dangerous for anything but life in prison without parole, North told the packed Annapolis courtroom.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2002
Anne Arundel County prosecutors will seek the death penalty against a Glen Burnie man accused in the slayings of his landlady and her daughter-in-law in January, State's Attorney Frank R. Weathersbee said yesterday. No trial date has been set for Kenneth E. Abend, 39, charged in the fatal shootings of Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie C. Browning, 36, both of Glen Burnie, whose bodies were found in the trunk of a car Jan. 14. Weathersbee announced the decision two weeks after Gov. Parris N. Glendening announced a one-year moratorium on executions pending the results of a University of Maryland study on whether the death penalty is applied fairly.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2004
Saying drug use, a chaotic upbringing and a severe beating left a convicted murderer mentally impaired, an Anne Arundel County judge yesterday spared him the death penalty and sentenced the Glen Burnie man to two terms of life without parole for killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said "overwhelming evidence from expert after expert" led her to conclude that Kenneth Ernest Abend, 42, either was unable to control himself or did not fully appreciate what he was doing when he killed Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie C. Browning, 36, nearly three years ago. But Abend's longtime PCP dependence and violence made him far too dangerous for anything but life in prison without parole, North told the packed Annapolis courtroom.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 22, 2004
Saying drug use, a chaotic upbringing and a severe beating left a convicted murderer mentally impaired, an Anne Arundel County judge yesterday spared him the death penalty and sentenced the Glen Burnie man to two terms of life without parole for killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said "overwhelming evidence from expert after expert" led her to conclude that Kenneth Ernest Abend, 42, either was unable to control himself or did not fully appreciate what he was doing when he killed Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie C. Browning, 36, nearly three years ago. But Abend's longtime PCP dependence and violence made him far too dangerous for anything but life in prison without parole, North told the packed Annapolis courtroom.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2004
Saying "life is priceless," a man convicted of killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law in 2002 told an Anne Arundel County judge who is considering sentencing him to death: "I'm just sorry for everyone's losses today." Speaking for a few seconds, Kenneth Ernest Abend neither specifically addressed killing his landlady, Laverne M. Browning, and Tamie C. Browning, nor sought mercy. His lawyer said he was remorseful. But Debbie Browning, Laverne Browning's daughter, was not swayed. "I don't call that an apology," she said.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,SUN STAFF | December 11, 2004
Relatives of two murdered Glen Burnie women told an Anne Arundel Circuit Court judge yesterday that the crimes have left them devastated and praying for strength, offering their testimony as the judge weighs whether the convicted killer should live or die. Randy J. Browning, whose mother, Laverne M. Browning, and his wife, Tamie C. Browning, were killed, said that his 8-year-old daughter is still in pain. It was on her sixth birthday that Marissa Browning learned about her mother's death.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,SUN STAFF | December 8, 2004
After igniting a debate about the role of victims' relatives in death penalty cases, an Anne Arundel County judge reversed course yesterday and said she would allow victims' family members to testify in the sentencing hearing of a Glen Burnie man convicted of killing two women. Judge Pamela L. North on Friday refused to allow victim impact statements until after she decides whether Kenneth E. Abend will be executed. Her action raised questions about the often-emotional testimony families have the right to give while a judge or jury is weighing the death penalty.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2004
An Anne Arundel County judge has angered prosecutors by saying she will not hear from the relatives of two murder victims before deciding whether to sentence convicted killer Kenneth E. Abend to death. Circuit Judge Pamela L. North ruled that victim impact, in this case, is not among the "aggravating" or "mitigating" factors the law says must be considered in deciding whether Abend should die for the January 2002 slayings of his landlady, Laverne M. Browning, and her daughter-in-law, Tamie C. Browning.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | December 15, 2004
Saying "life is priceless," a man convicted of killing his landlady and her daughter-in-law in 2002 told an Anne Arundel County judge who is considering sentencing him to death: "I'm just sorry for everyone's losses today." Speaking for a few seconds, Kenneth Ernest Abend neither specifically addressed killing his landlady, Laverne M. Browning, and Tamie C. Browning, nor sought mercy. His lawyer said he was remorseful. But Debbie Browning, Laverne Browning's daughter, was not swayed. "I don't call that an apology," she said.
NEWS
By Sarah Schaffer and Sarah Schaffer,SUN STAFF | September 23, 2004
A Glen Burnie man waived his right to a trial on murder charges that could bring the death penalty and agreed yesterday to a prosecution statement that DNA evidence linked him to the slaying of his landlady and her daughter-in-law in 2002. Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North said she would review that statement and additional materials from prosecutors and lawyers for Kenneth E. Abend, 42. She will decide Oct. 28 whether Abend is guilty and, if so, of what crimes and whether he is eligible for the death penalty.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 4, 2004
An Anne Arundel County judge convicted a Glen Burnie man yesterday of three counts of capital murder and five related charges in the slaying of his landlady and her daughter-in-law in January 2002, raising the possibility that Kenneth Ernest Abend could face the death penalty for the crimes. Abend, 42, sat silently as Circuit Judge Pamela L. North recounted gruesome details of the killing of Laverne M. Browning, 70, and Tamie Christine Browning, 36, saying that prosecutors proved every element of their case, including that he acted alone.
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