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December 15, 2003
On December 13, 2003 JOSEPH BERMAN, beloved husband of Rita "Becky" Berman (nee Levin), loving father of Melvin H. Berman, loving father-in-law of Sheila M. Berman, devoted brother of Pauline Keys, Gertrude Caplan and the late Morris and Sidney Berman, devoted brother-in-law of Sidney Caplan and the late Elmer Keys, Beatrice Berman and Lillian Berman. Cherished grandfather of Jeffrey and Melissa Berman, Craig and Michele Berman and Marci and Mitchell Platt. Also survived by seven great-grandchildren.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2013
Baltimore officials are threatening to cancel the city's contract with Berman's Towing over allegations that the company is adding "excessive charges" to its bills. "Please be advised that these unauthorized actions must immediately cease," Timothy Krus, the city's purchasing agent, wrote in a letter received Friday by Berman's Towing. The company is one of the city's "medallion" towing firms that respond to police calls for service. Krus wrote that the company and its two subsidiaries, Berman's Towing 2 and Berman's Towing 4, have been "found to be in default of the terms" of its contract with the city that allows it to tow vehicles when called by the police.
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July 20, 2003
On Thursday, July 17, 2003, BENJAMIN BERMAN; loving husband of Ida Berman (nee Brown); beloved father of Dr. Jules Berman and Sheila Resseger; devoted father-in-law of Irene Berman and John Resseger; devoted brother of Isadore Berman and Shirley Strampello, both of Philadelphia, PA and the late Lillian Bookfor and Hyman Berman; loving grandfather of Jessica and Ellen Berman, Kenneth and Hannah Resseger. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, July 20, 1 P.M. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown.
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By Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2012
This couple's story is rooted in tradition, starting with the school they both attended, five years apart. In their four years as a couple, they've started many of their own traditions. Wedding Date: June 16, 2012 Her story: Erin Berman, 27, grew up in Pikesville and is a Lower School teacher at Jemicy School, a school for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disorders. Her father, Steve Berman, is president of Mid Atlantic Realty Management, Inc. Her mother, Susan Imber, is local sales manager for Comcast Spotlight.
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January 8, 2005
On January 6, 2005, HARRY BERMAN, beloved husband of the late Anna Berman (nee Levin), beloved father of Dr. Barry R. Berman, and the late Judith Marion Berman, and Morris S. "Macy" Berman, devoted father-in-law of Anne L. Berman and Leslie C. Berman, devoted brother of the late Martha Weinberg and Benjamin "Ben" Berman, loving grandfather of Jessica and Joshua Kaufman, Sara D. Berman, Joshua A. Berman, Jill H. and Gary Winkelman, Michael and Teresa Berman,...
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December 11, 2003
On December 10, 2003, LILLIAN BERMAN (nee Harrison), beloved wife of the late Sidney Berman, loving mother of Marlene Berman Hagan of Baltimore and Charles Nathan Berman of Charlotte, NC, devoted sister of Dorothy Kafferman, Harry, Alexander and Charles Harrison. Adored grandmother of Kelly and Shannon HaganServices and Interment at Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown, on Friday, December 12 at 11 A.M. Contributions in her memory should be directed to Hospice of Carroll County, 95 Carroll St., Westminster, MD (21157)
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By Janene Holzberg, Special to The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
A month after she was struck by a respiratory illness so virulent that doctors induced a coma to save her life, an Ellicott City art gallery owner is awake and struggling to communicate. Marian Berman, 61, who operated Gallery 44 until family members closed her shop Feb. 22, first opened her eyes about a week ago, said her daughter, Tracie Guy-Decker of Norfolk, Va. The longtime businesswoman is not yet aware that the gallery on U.S. 40 has been shuttered. Berman remains on ventilator support, as she has been since Feb. 10, when doctors diagnosed her acute respiratory distress syndrome.
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By Janene Holzberg, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2012
In 1973, Marian Berman saw a newspaper ad for an art gallery for sale in the Baltimore suburbs. With an asking price that was exactly the amount of money she had recently inherited from her grandfather, the 23-year-old knew she was meant to own it. But on Feb. 10, the dream career that was launched on intuition and chutzpah 38 years ago — the last dozen spent as owner of Gallery 44 in Ellicott City — came to an abrupt halt for the entrepreneur and...
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2012
Judy Berman was named senior vice president of sales and marketing for the Baltimore Sun Media Group on Monday, a position that will give her oversight of all advertising sales for the company's print and digital products. "Given the importance of growing revenue, Judy's marketing and business acumen, knowledge of direct marketing and expertise in leveraging data to increase revenue are among the many reasons she is perfect for the job," CEO and Publisher Timothy E. Ryan said in announcing Berman's expanded role.
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By Glenn Graham, The Baltimore Sun | December 25, 2010
The equipment was piled high on the counter at the sporting goods store, but the bill that came with it — to Rich Berman's surprise — was even higher. He called his mother looking for some help. "Mom," Berman said, "you are not going to believe what your granddaughter wants to do now …" With a pair of skates, a stick, a helmet and pads for just about every part of the body — all used equipment, which came to $500 (father and grandmother split the tab)
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By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
At the start of "The Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best," a New York musician loses his girlfriend and his day job, then botches a gig as a singing moose in a kindergarten class. In desperate straits, he partners with an eccentric motormouth performer who relies on kiddie instruments like kazoos. Along with a sassy female rock entrepreneur, they embark on a tour that ends with a battle of the bands in Los Angeles. With a slew of original songs and two lead characters who could take turns in an "I'm With Stupid" T-shirt, "The Brooklyn Brothers" aims for a blend of farce, music and heart.
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By Jacques Kelly | November 2, 2009
Harold Berman, an engineering auditor who worked in the lunar exploration program and was active in Harford County astronomy, died Oct. 25 of complications from congestive heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. The Owings Mills resident was 84. Born in Indianapolis, he served in the Navy during World War II. He earned a business administration degree from the University of Pittsburgh and became an auditor who supervised government contracts. He worked for NASA in Huntsville, Ala., during the 1960s and was part of the Saturn V program, the booster rocket that put men on the moon.
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October 1, 2008
On Wednesday, September 24, 2008, MORRIS MOSES BERMAN JR. of Essex, MD; beloved brother of Helen Holder and the late Shirley McCaan; dear uncle of James Holder and his wife Kim, Timothy Holder and his wife Lynn, Michael Holder and his wife Victoria, Thomas Gooch and his wife Teri, Theresa Swartz and her husband Wally, Lori Witty and her husband Jim, Richard Holder, Matthew Holder, David Holder Sr. and Cindy Holder. Also survived by several great-nieces and great-nephews. A private cremation was held.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,Sun Reporter | July 16, 2008
GREENBELT - Jurors who are to decide the fate of former Prince George's County schools chief Andre J. Hornsby were virtually bombarded yesterday with facts, figures and entreaties by attorneys for the prosecution and the defense during closing arguments in the four-week-long corruption trial. Describing each of the 22 counts against Hornsby in federal court, Assistant U.S. Attorney Stuart A. Berman said that Hornsby "defrauded the school system of his honest services" when he tried to enrich himself through surreptitious deals with a longtime business partner and with a saleswoman for an educational materials company who was his live-in girlfriend.
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