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November 22, 2004
Suddenly on Saturday, November 20, 2004, MICHAEL J., of Brookline, MA; beloved husband of Barbara (Canby), of 38 years; devoted father of Adam Michael Scotto, of Brookline and Erica and Dimitriy Ilyin, of Wayland, MA; cherished grandfather of Nikolai Ilyin; dear brother of Marcela Dekeyser, of Cherry Hill, NJ, Donna Dittmeier, of Valhalla, NY and the late Vally Marciano. Services will be private. Rememberances may be made to the Polytechnic Fund, Office of Alumni Relations, Polytechnic University, 6 Metro Tech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or a Cancer Research charity of one's choice.
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July 29, 2005
On July 14, 2005, BERNICE KAPLAN (nee Schechner), of West Orange, NJ, formerly of Baltimore, MD and Newton, MA. Beloved wife of the late Jonas "Jode" Kaplan. Devoted father of the late Dr. William D. Kaplan. Dear grandmother of William Douglas Kaplan, Jr. and Ann Stuart Kaplan. Loving sister of Dorothea Schechner Levine Reichman, of Verona, NJ. Bernice was owner with her late husband of Jode Costume Co. Services private. Remembrances to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 10 Brookline Place, West Brookline, MA 02245.
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July 29, 2005
On July 14, 2005, BERNICE KAPLAN (nee Schechner), of West Orange, NJ, formerly of Baltimore, MD and Newton, MA. Beloved wife of the late Jonas "Jode" Kaplan. Devoted father of the late Dr. William D. Kaplan. Dear grandmother of William Douglas Kaplan, Jr. and Ann Stuart Kaplan. Loving sister of Dorothea Schechner Levine Reichman, of Verona, NJ. Bernice was owner with her late husband of Jode Costume Co. Services private. Remembrances to Dana Farber Cancer Institute, 10 Brookline Place, West Brookline, MA 02245.
NEWS
November 22, 2004
Suddenly on Saturday, November 20, 2004, MICHAEL J., of Brookline, MA; beloved husband of Barbara (Canby), of 38 years; devoted father of Adam Michael Scotto, of Brookline and Erica and Dimitriy Ilyin, of Wayland, MA; cherished grandfather of Nikolai Ilyin; dear brother of Marcela Dekeyser, of Cherry Hill, NJ, Donna Dittmeier, of Valhalla, NY and the late Vally Marciano. Services will be private. Rememberances may be made to the Polytechnic Fund, Office of Alumni Relations, Polytechnic University, 6 Metro Tech Center, Brooklyn, NY 11201 or a Cancer Research charity of one's choice.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Sun Staff | April 28, 1999
Shrimp -- one of America's favorite crustaceans -- is the subject of two recipe requests.Bonnie C. Dunnigan of Finksburg wrote that she had a delicious cup of pumpkin-shrimp bisque at Rudy's 2900 Restaurant last year and was looking for a similar recipe. Beth Hunter of Timonium sent in her version, saying: "This recipe has been adapted from the 'New York Times International Cookbook.' I hope this is the one she is seeking."Stacey Politzer of Baltimore wanted a recipe for shrimp in garlic sauce that is similar to the one served at Tio Pepe restaurant.
NEWS
June 10, 2006
On Wednesday, June 7, 2006, SOL FLAM; beloved husband of the late Meriam Flam (nee Becker); loving father of Abby Flam, of Newtonville, MA and Ina Smith, of St. Johnsville, NY; devoted father-in-law of David Korman and Robert Smith; beloved brother of Paul Flam, of Shawnee Mission, KS; loving grandfather of Seth, Lara and Rachel Korman, Rebecca and Clara Smith. Also survived by loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, June 11, at 12 noon.
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By BOSTON GLOBE | February 24, 1996
DEDHAM, Mass. -- Authorities found 100 cartridges, a Boston-area map book highlighting the street in Brookline where women's health clinics are located, and images of aborted fetuses inside John C. Salvi III's truck after he was arrested, an FBI agent testified yesterday.FBI Special Agent Michael Malone also testified that he recovered an envelope on which Mr. Salvi had written the addresses of three clinics that perform abortions -- one in Hartford; one in Alexandria, Va., and one in Norfolk, Va., where Mr. Salvi was arrested on Dec. 31, 1994, after spraying the building with 23 bullets.
NEWS
March 23, 1998
Ernest A. Lynton,71, a university physics professor and administrator, died March 18 in Brookline, Mass. Mr. Lynton taught physics at Rutgers University and was founding dean of its Livingston College, where a residential tower is named in his honor. He later became vice president of academic affairs at the University of Massachusetts at Boston, and taught at the university's McCormack Institute of Public Affairs.Beverly C. Payne Jr.,77, a University of Michigan researcher who was among the first to develop quantitative methods for measuring physicians' performance, died in Ann Arbor, Mich.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | May 21, 2002
Dorothy Jean Unitas, the former wife of Baltimore Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas and a volunteer who helped children at a group home in Timonium, died Saturday after collapsing at her home in the Mays Chapel section of Baltimore County. She was 67. Family members said the cause of death was undetermined. She suffered from diabetes. Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Dorothy Jean Hoelle met her future husband when they were students at St. Justin's High School there. In his 1964 memoir, Pro Quarterback: My Own Story, written with Ed Fitzgerald and dedicated to his wife, Mr. Unitas recalled their first meeting: They were on a bus bound for a high school basketball game in Johnstown, Pa. She was standing in the aisle, and he offered her his seat - then asked that she save him a seat on the return trip.
NEWS
March 16, 1996
John A. "Jack" Berrill,72, a cartoonist who produced the comic strip "Gil Thorp," a chronicle of a high school coach and his students, died of cancer Thursday in Brookfield, Conn.The comic strip, which runs in more than 65 newspapers, was named after his two favorite sports heroes: Gil Hodges, the Brooklyn Dodgers first baseman, and Jim Thorpe, the Olympic champion and football star.A. Clifford Barger,79, professor emeritus of physiology at the Harvard Medical School, who helped identify the bodily processes that can lead to congestive heart failure, died Wednesday at his home in Brookline, Mass.
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