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December 18, 2003
On December 16, 2003, DOROTHY LEE BROMWELL (nee Groover), beloved wife of the late Joseph L. Bromwell, devoted mother of JoAnn Marozzi and her husband Gino of Manchester, CT, Brenda Doyle and her husband Michael of Perry Hall, Dawn Bristow of Severna Park, John Champagne of Baltimore, Sharon Champagne of Edgewood, Glen Champagne of Baltimore and Daniel Gower of Abingdon; loving sister of William O. Groover of Cordele, GA and the late Marguerite Smith....
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2013
Former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell Sr., who was sentenced to seven years in prison on a federal bribery conviction, has been released into a community reintegration program, the U.S. Bureau of Prisons said Thursday. Leah Ominsky, a prisons official, confirmed that Bromwell, 63, has been released to a residential re-entry program but remains a federal inmate until his sentence is completed. Ominsky declined to say whether Bromwell is being held at a halfway house or what the conditions of his release are. "The idea is a reintegration into society.
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February 27, 2008
On Sunday, February 24, 2008, NANCY J. BROMWELL (nee Cox), lost her fight with Cancer. She was a loving daughter of Margaret Cox and the late James Cox; beloved partner of Michael Klein; loving mother of Benjamin, Brittany and Edward Bromwell; sister of Kathy Campbell, Karen Cox, Pat Jenkins, Kimberly Moynihan and Beth Hoffman. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Road (at Forge Road) on Tuesday, 7-9 P.M. and Wednesday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church (Fullerton)
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December 8, 2009
On December 5, 2009, GEORGE M. BROMWELL; he was born December 30, 1924. Survived by his beloved wife Loretta; daughter, Sue and his sons, Phil, Dale and Jay and many loving relatives. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
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By Barry Rascovar | April 15, 2001
FOR SOMEONE who shot off part of his foot even before the General Assembly opened its 2001 session, Tom Bromwell had a great 90 days in Annapolis. The linebacker-sized Democrat from northeastern Baltimore County remains among the strongest legislative chairmen. He speaks his mind -- forcefully -- and yet knows how to get his bills passed and block those he dislikes. He took the lead for the Senate on developing a program to help seniors pay for prescription drugs. He railed against the lack of attention by the governor to other health-care problems.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | July 18, 2009
A federal judge has denied a Baltimore man's motion to unseal court documents from a political corruption case against former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell. "The motion is procedurally defective," the case has been closed and the man filing, William Bond, is "not entitled to have any documents unsealed," U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz wrote in an opinion filed Thursday. The documents Bond sought referred to criminal activity alleged against a third party. Bond, who plans to appeal the decision, said in an interview that he filed the motion to prove a point about a "continuing pattern of behavior of ethical misconduct" by an attorney he's dealt with in a copyright infringement case.
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By Barry Rascovar | September 3, 2000
TOM Bromwell's desire to forsake a promising political career for a high-salaried job and more time with his wife and family could profoundly impact politics in Baltimore County and in the Maryland State House. If Mr. Bromwell becomes president and CEO of the Injured Workers' Insurance Fund, it will trigger a chain reaction in the state Senate, where Mr. Bromwell chairs the Senate Finance Committee. But his departure from the political scene also will reverberate in Baltimore County, where the White Marsh Democrat wields considerable clout.
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By Matthew Dolan and Andrew A. Green and Matthew Dolan and Andrew A. Green,SUN REPORTERS | March 22, 2007
In the Bromwell tapes, few political figures escape unscathed. Thomas L. Bromwell Sr., a Baltimore County Democrat in the General Assembly for 23 years, repeatedly describes a former Maryland governor with a vulgar term and uses another profanity to characterize the state's then-lieutenant governor, according to transcripts of the secret recordings made by the FBI and released in federal court this week. Bromwell, 58, who faces public corruption charges with his wife at a trial expected to begin this fall, also dismisses the Revs.
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By MATTHEW DOLAN | December 6, 2007
Another defendant charged as part of the federal investigation of former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell received prison time yesterday after a federal judge sentenced the former president of a heating-and-cooling-system company to six months behind bars. James B. Digman Sr., 63, of Forest Hill, who was president of Regional Air Systems, a Maryland sheet-metal company, pleaded guilty in January to lying before a federal grand jury about a duplicate invoice he prepared for Bromwell to try to throw off investigators.
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By MICHAEL DRESSER and MICHAEL DRESSER,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2005
In Annapolis, Thomas L. Bromwell invariably sported a huge gold ring he described as "big and gaudy and loud" - much like himself. A big man with a thick Bawlamer accent, the former tavern owner from Perry Hall was a colorful and imposing figure during his 23 years in the General Assembly. His indictment yesterday on racketeering and fraud charges threatens to overshadow a political career he started as a state delegate of 28 and ended in 2002 as one of the most powerful men in Maryland.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | August 21, 2009
An apologetic Jon S. Cardin insisted on Thursday that his political career would not be hampered by the uproar over his engagement stunt, but political observers said the state lawmaker's nascent bid for the more prominent position of Baltimore County executive has likely been derailed. Veteran watchers of county affairs said it is unrealistic for Cardin to pursue the executive's office because the Aug. 7 proposal, involving on-duty Baltimore police marine and helicopter units, casts doubt on his judgment.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | July 18, 2009
A federal judge has denied a Baltimore man's motion to unseal court documents from a political corruption case against former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell. "The motion is procedurally defective," the case has been closed and the man filing, William Bond, is "not entitled to have any documents unsealed," U.S. District Judge J. Frederick Motz wrote in an opinion filed Thursday. The documents Bond sought referred to criminal activity alleged against a third party. Bond, who plans to appeal the decision, said in an interview that he filed the motion to prove a point about a "continuing pattern of behavior of ethical misconduct" by an attorney he's dealt with in a copyright infringement case.
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By Gadi Dechter and Gadi Dechter,gadi.dechter@baltsun.com | February 17, 2009
A Baltimore County lawmaker is proposing slot-machine gambling at Maryland's major airport, but Gov. Martin O'Malley called the casino a "bad idea," limiting its chances at a time of slots-related buyer's remorse in Annapolis. Del. Eric M. Bromwell's House Bill 777 - the airplane-related number is a coincidence - would add Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to the list of locations for the casino licenses approved by voters last year. The bill, co-sponsored by a bipartisan group of 11 Baltimore County and city lawmakers, would allow 3,000 slots in the terminal area.
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December 18, 2008
Proposed Arundel schools budget at $977 million Anne Arundel County School Superintendent Kevin M. Maxwell proposed a $977.4 million operating budget last night for the next fiscal year, a nearly 5 percent increase over last year's proposal. Of the $46.1 million in increased requested funding, $3.6 million will support new initiatives: $1.7 million for magnet programs at North County and South River high schools and Bates Middle School, and $1.8 million for a new student information system.
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By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,Sun Reporter | July 2, 2008
Former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell, who pleaded guilty to a federal bribery charge last year, reported to a federal prison yesterday to begin serving a seven-year sentence, according to a Bureau of Prisons spokesman. Bromwell, a Democrat, arrived about 2 p.m. at Devens Federal Medical Center in north-central Massachusetts. It is a decommissioned military base that houses male inmates who require specialized or long-term medical care, according to the federal Bureau of Prisons Web site.
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February 27, 2008
On Sunday, February 24, 2008, NANCY J. BROMWELL (nee Cox), lost her fight with Cancer. She was a loving daughter of Margaret Cox and the late James Cox; beloved partner of Michael Klein; loving mother of Benjamin, Brittany and Edward Bromwell; sister of Kathy Campbell, Karen Cox, Pat Jenkins, Kimberly Moynihan and Beth Hoffman. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home Inc., 9705 Belair Road (at Forge Road) on Tuesday, 7-9 P.M. and Wednesday 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Joseph Catholic Church (Fullerton)
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | December 7, 2000
ON THE FAR end of state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell's telephone line Tuesday came the familiar voice of the president of the Senate, Thomas V. Mike Miller. This would happen three times before the day was over, a record for off-season schmoozing. Except, along with the schmoozing, came an implied question: Tommy, we're not about to go to war, are we? Forty-eight hours earlier, Bromwell, of eastern Baltimore County, was still expected to give up his Senate seat for a job worth maybe $200,000 a year, heading the state's Injured Workers' Insurance Fund, a title so boring that it hurts to type it into the newspaper.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler | February 7, 2008
A Baltimore County legislator has introduced a bill that would make it easier for victims of child sexual abuse to sue for damages, despite pressure brought on him not to do so by the Catholic school from which he graduated. The bill, sponsored by Del. Eric M. Bromwell, would extend the statute of limitations on filing lawsuits claiming sexual abuse in childhood. Bromwell, a Democrat who graduated from Calvert Hall College High School in 1994, said he has been flooded with calls and e-mail from alumni and families of students of the school.
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,Sun reporter | December 8, 2007
A federal judge gave a Baltimore County couple substantially reduced sentences yesterday after prosecutors outlined how instrumental the husband and wife were in breaking open the bribery case against former state Sen. Thomas L. Bromwell Sr. The FBI investigation into the corrupt relationship between the long-serving Baltimore County Democrat and a construction company executive started in 2000 and ended this year with a seven-year prison term for Bromwell...
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