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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2004
Avoiding Lance Armstrong's gaze is impossible in Kristen Adelman's apartment. Posters of the world's most famous cyclist hang in the hallway, the family room, the kitchen and the bedroom. It was Armstrong's first book that Adelman was reading when her non-Hodgkins lymphoma was diagnosed, and it was his successful battle against cancer that she clung to through two relapses. "It's hard to think of my recovery without thinking of him," she says. Since midnight, the bubbly Elkridge school teacher hasn't been looking at paper images of her hero, she's been riding with him as part of the second cross-country "Tour of Hope" campaign for cancer research and treatment.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2013
Sherwin M. Adelman, a retired U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs health economist and strategist, died Feb. 4 from complications of dementia and heart failure at Sunrise Senior and Assisted-Living of McLean, Va. The longtime Pigtown resident was 77. Born and raised in Chicago, Sherwin Mark Adelman was 17 when he enlisted in the Army. He later earned his General Educational Development diploma. Discharged in 1954 from the Army, where he had been a cook, Mr. Adelman earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1959 and a master's degree in government in 1965, both from Southern Illinois University.
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June 20, 1994
Henry M. Adelman Jr.Software engineerHenry Michael Adelman Jr., a software engineer and a former Marine, died Thursday of a stroke at North Arundel Hospital. He was 58.Mr. Adelman of Severna Park supervised the design of air defense systems for countries worldwide during his 13 years at the Westinghouse plant near Baltimore-Washington International Airport.In 1964, he went to work at ITTR Research Institute in Annapolis, where he was a project manager for six years. He then became a project manager at Computer Sciences Corp.
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By Jerry Zgoda, Minneapolis Star Tribune | December 22, 2011
MINNEAPOLIS - There are point guards who are made and those who, for the lack of a better term, are born to orchestrate because of their smarts, their vision, maybe just their innate nature. The Timberwolves possess each kind. On their coaching staff, they have Rick Adelman and Terry Porter, who played a combined 24 NBA seasons at that position because of their diligence and lessons learned. On the court, they have Ricky Rubio, who home video will show seemingly possessed an understanding of the game's angles and textures from nearly the moment he learned how to dribble.
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | April 4, 2006
Black And Blue: The Golden Arm, the Robinson Boys, and the 1966 World Series That Stunned America Tom Adelman Little, Brown and Company/288 pages My grandfather opened the dresser drawer and pulled out a newspaper, a tad yellowed but not so much that I failed to see Baltimore's joy from Oct 10, 1966. That day, The Sun heralded the Orioles' first World Series victory, a stunning sweep of the defending champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Brooks, Boog and Frank already occupied special places in my 8-year-old pantheon, but as I cradled that paper, they no longer seemed of the past.
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May 9, 2004
On May 7, 2004, LOUIS G. SAUER; beloved husband of the late Mary E. Sauer; devoted father of Mary Lou Adelman and her husband Charles, Robert Sauer and Noreen Rabin and her husband Mark; dear brother of Marie Anderson and Emma Horner; loving grandfather of Michele Ellis, Charles, Jr., Steven and David Adelman, Laura and Keith Rabin and Cynthia Rhodes. Also survived by fifteen great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A)
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December 3, 1995
George S. Craft, 86, retired chairman of Trust Company of Georgia, died Thursday in Atlanta. He was a former Rhodes Scholar.Randy Walker, 27, a rapper who escaped injury the night his friend Tupac Shakur was shot during a holdup a year ago, was shot to death Thursday in New York.Stanley Adelman, 72, typewriter repairman to the literati, died Thursday in Takoma Park. Mr. Adelman had been ill since a 1984 bicycle accident. Philip Roth, David Mamet, Alfred Kazin and other noted writers lugged their manual typewriters to his New York City repair shop, where he helped them keep the computer age at bay for years.
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July 15, 2005
On July 13,. 2005 ERNEST M.; beloved husband of the late Delores Stolberg (nee Goodman); beloved father of Dr. Arnold L. Stolberg of Richmond, VA and Barbara Stolberg Adelman of Chicago, IL; devoted father-in-law of Phyllis Cothran-Stolberg and Steven Adelman; devoted brother of George Stolberg of Baltimore, MD and Robert Stolberg of New York, NY; beloved brother-in-law of Sophie and Nadia Stolberg; loving grandfather of Joshua Allen and Daniel Alexander Stolberg....
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | December 21, 2001
Since the day last year that she learned she had cancer, Kristen Adelman has been in training, keeping her muscles healthy, maintaining her faith in God, watching her diet, putting one foot in front of the other. As a triathlete, it is her winning formula, her reservoir of strength. As a patient, the regimen has sustained her through rounds of chemotherapy and radiation treatments and a stem cell transplant. It is what she believes will get her through a bone marrow transplant two weeks from now. But tomorrow the sixth-grade teacher from Elkridge will participate in a highly visible, deeply unorthodox treatment.
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December 8, 2004
On December 6, 2004, ROSE KRIEGER (nee Herman), loving wife of the late Alexander Krieger. Founders of Herman's, Inc., womens retail clothing on Eutaw St. in 1933, later became the Three and Five Shop and now Lexington Lady, one of the founders of Chestnut Ridge Country Club and Beth El Congregation. Beloved mother of Richard Krieger, Bernard Krieger and Elizabeth Adelman, all of Baltimore, MD., devoted mother-in-law of Ellen and Saundra Krieger and Neil Adelman, dear sister of the late Joseph, Robert and Richard Herman, Lucille Laderberg and Lillie Lobe.
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December 15, 2009
Rockets coach Rick Adelman criticized the NBA on Monday for setting up an "utterly ridiculous" schedule for his team that includes four back-to-back games over the next two weeks. The Rockets face the Pistons at home on Tuesday, then must fly to Denver to play the first-place Nuggets on Wednesday. They visit Dallas on Friday and return home to face the Thunder on Saturday - then have to play two games on consecutive nights twice more during Christmas week. "We have a horrendous stretch here," Adelman said.
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By TOM DUNKEL and TOM DUNKEL,SUN REPORTER | April 11, 2006
He can't remember the author or the name of the book, but Darrel Chase can recall a key element of the plot: A baseball fan journeys back in time with a plan to make himself some quick cash. "The first thing he does," said Chase, a retired engineer from Bel Air, "he bets on the 1966 World Series because he gets such great odds." That savvy time traveler puts his money on the Baltimore Orioles, who swept the heavily favored, pretty-boy Los Angeles Dodgers in four games. What jogged Chase's memory of that old book was Black and Blue: The Golden Arm, the Robinson Boys, and the 1966 World Series That Stunned America (Little, Brown)
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By CHILDS WALKER and CHILDS WALKER,SUN REPORTER | April 4, 2006
Black And Blue: The Golden Arm, the Robinson Boys, and the 1966 World Series That Stunned America Tom Adelman Little, Brown and Company/288 pages My grandfather opened the dresser drawer and pulled out a newspaper, a tad yellowed but not so much that I failed to see Baltimore's joy from Oct 10, 1966. That day, The Sun heralded the Orioles' first World Series victory, a stunning sweep of the defending champion Los Angeles Dodgers. Brooks, Boog and Frank already occupied special places in my 8-year-old pantheon, but as I cradled that paper, they no longer seemed of the past.
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July 15, 2005
On July 13,. 2005 ERNEST M.; beloved husband of the late Delores Stolberg (nee Goodman); beloved father of Dr. Arnold L. Stolberg of Richmond, VA and Barbara Stolberg Adelman of Chicago, IL; devoted father-in-law of Phyllis Cothran-Stolberg and Steven Adelman; devoted brother of George Stolberg of Baltimore, MD and Robert Stolberg of New York, NY; beloved brother-in-law of Sophie and Nadia Stolberg; loving grandfather of Joshua Allen and Daniel Alexander Stolberg....
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December 8, 2004
On December 6, 2004, ROSE KRIEGER (nee Herman), loving wife of the late Alexander Krieger. Founders of Herman's, Inc., womens retail clothing on Eutaw St. in 1933, later became the Three and Five Shop and now Lexington Lady, one of the founders of Chestnut Ridge Country Club and Beth El Congregation. Beloved mother of Richard Krieger, Bernard Krieger and Elizabeth Adelman, all of Baltimore, MD., devoted mother-in-law of Ellen and Saundra Krieger and Neil Adelman, dear sister of the late Joseph, Robert and Richard Herman, Lucille Laderberg and Lillie Lobe.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | October 1, 2004
Avoiding Lance Armstrong's gaze is impossible in Kristen Adelman's apartment. Posters of the world's most famous cyclist hang in the hallway, the family room, the kitchen and the bedroom. It was Armstrong's first book that Adelman was reading when her non-Hodgkins lymphoma was diagnosed, and it was his successful battle against cancer that she clung to through two relapses. "It's hard to think of my recovery without thinking of him," she says. Since midnight, the bubbly Elkridge school teacher hasn't been looking at paper images of her hero, she's been riding with him as part of the second cross-country "Tour of Hope" campaign for cancer research and treatment.
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By Jill L. Zarend and Jill L. Zarend,Staff writer | February 28, 1991
Kristen Adelman toured the streets of Salzburg, Austria, last month aboard a new fold-up bicycle she bought there. And what she saw stuckin her memory.No one was overweight."It's so funny," said the 21-year-old College of Notre Dame sophomore. "Everyone rides bikes over there. They have bike paths all through the whole city."Memories remain fresh for the Severna Park resident, who returned Jan. 7 from a three-month exchange program thattook her to Germany, Austria and Czechoslovakia."Traveling was great.
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December 6, 1990
College Babe Zaharias Female Athlete of the Year -- Awarded to 14-time All-American Suzy Favor, the winningest woman in NCAA track and field history, who competes in indoor and outdoor track for Wisconsin.Pro basketball NBA -- Named Rick Adelman, whose Portland Trail Blazers won in a row to start the season and were 12-1 last month, Coach of the Month for November.Pro football NFL -- Named Washington Redskins T Jim Lachey NFC Offensive Player of the Week.Pro hockey NHL -- Named Washington Capitals RW Peter Bondra (7 goals, 9 assists)
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May 9, 2004
On May 7, 2004, LOUIS G. SAUER; beloved husband of the late Mary E. Sauer; devoted father of Mary Lou Adelman and her husband Charles, Robert Sauer and Noreen Rabin and her husband Mark; dear brother of Marie Anderson and Emma Horner; loving grandfather of Michele Ellis, Charles, Jr., Steven and David Adelman, Laura and Keith Rabin and Cynthia Rhodes. Also survived by fifteen great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A)
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | December 21, 2001
Since the day last year that she learned she had cancer, Kristen Adelman has been in training, keeping her muscles healthy, maintaining her faith in God, watching her diet, putting one foot in front of the other. As a triathlete, it is her winning formula, her reservoir of strength. As a patient, the regimen has sustained her through rounds of chemotherapy and radiation treatments and a stem cell transplant. It is what she believes will get her through a bone marrow transplant two weeks from now. But tomorrow the sixth-grade teacher from Elkridge will participate in a highly visible, deeply unorthodox treatment.
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