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October 25, 2004
On Sunday, October 24, 2004 THELMA CASTLEMAN (nee Kesselman); beloved wife of the late Isadore Castleman; devoted mother of Gail Castleman of Baltimore, MD and Barry Castleman of Garrett Park, MD; dear sister of Stanley Kesselman of Scotsdale, AZ. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, relatives and dear friends. Funeral Services and Interment will be held at the Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windosr Mill Rd., on Tuesday, October 26 at 9:30 A.M. Please omit flowers. The family has directed all contributions Alzheimers Research, C/O Johns Hopkins Hospital, 600 N. Wolfe St., (21205)
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By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,Sun reporter | June 4, 2008
Reacting to public outrage, a Southeast Baltimore car dealer renewed its offer yesterday to give $8,400 in college scholarships to four Patterson High School students, but the school's principal turned the money down. Principal Laura D'Anna said she received dozens of phone calls and e-mails yesterday from people willing to donate money for student college scholarships. She said she will be able to give the four students twice what Castle Toyota/Scion had initially promised them and give money to some of their classmates as well.
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NEWS
December 24, 2005
On Thursday, December 22, 2005, EVE CASTLEMAN VOLKMAN of Chevy Chase, MD; beloved wife of the late Nathan H. Volkman; adored mother of Joanne V. (Joseph) Levin and Ellen V. (Richard) Bacharach; beloved sister of Rene Ferber and the late Edward, Betty and Shirley Castleman; cherished grandmother of Adam (Kristin) Lublinsky, Rebecca (Hal) Fero, Judith, Jessica, Michael and Danielle Bacharach and one great-granddaughter. She is also survived by her longtime caregiver, Belma Ravelas. Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 26, 11 A.M. at Oseh Shalom Congregation, 7515 Olive Branch Way, Laurel, MD. Interment to follow at Judean Memorial Gardens, Olney, MD. The family will be observing Shiva on Monday at the residence of Ellen and Richard Bacharach and on Tuesday, at the residence of Joanne and Joseph Levin.
NEWS
December 24, 2005
On Thursday, December 22, 2005, EVE CASTLEMAN VOLKMAN of Chevy Chase, MD; beloved wife of the late Nathan H. Volkman; adored mother of Joanne V. (Joseph) Levin and Ellen V. (Richard) Bacharach; beloved sister of Rene Ferber and the late Edward, Betty and Shirley Castleman; cherished grandmother of Adam (Kristin) Lublinsky, Rebecca (Hal) Fero, Judith, Jessica, Michael and Danielle Bacharach and one great-granddaughter. She is also survived by her longtime caregiver, Belma Ravelas. Funeral services will be held on Monday, December 26, 11 A.M. at Oseh Shalom Congregation, 7515 Olive Branch Way, Laurel, MD. Interment to follow at Judean Memorial Gardens, Olney, MD. The family will be observing Shiva on Monday at the residence of Ellen and Richard Bacharach and on Tuesday, at the residence of Joanne and Joseph Levin.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
The man who just took over the job of strengthening Maryland's tourism industry says he is determined to lure new visitors despite the state's spending cuts. Maryland will likely spend even less on tourism advertising this year than in recent years, when it lagged behind most of its neighboring states on promotion efforts. "What I'm here to do is to make sure we get the best bang for our effort with the marketing dollars we have," Dennis M. Castleman, new director of the Office of Tourism Development, said late last week.
BUSINESS
By Alyssa Gabbay | February 25, 1991
Dennis Castleman is living proof that you can go home again.Two and a half years ago, Mr. Castleman embarked on a career odyssey that took him far from his position as director of catering at the Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel.Now, after having earned much heftier salaries and worked in much larger hotels, he's back in Baltimore.Mr. Castleman returned to the Sheraton in October, after realizing he had irreconcilable conflicts in management style with the general manager at the Ramada Renaissance Techworld in Washington.
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 2003
Dual penthouses rest atop the condominium building of Scarlett Place in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Marcia and Howard Castleman occupy one of them; Jimmy and Barbara Judd reside in the other. The couples are good friends. They enjoy one another's company and love to entertain mutual friends. It is for such fetes that the four open up the entire 14th floor. The contrasting styles and decor in the two homes please these condominium neighbors, who became friends when Howard Castleman moved in 14 years ago. The decoration of the shared entrance hall has been left to Jimmy Judd, who owns a shop on Baltimore's Antique Row. Louis XIV's inspiration is evident in the hall's marble-topped refectory table, the lush carpeting and textured wallpaper.
NEWS
By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,Sun reporter | June 4, 2008
Reacting to public outrage, a Southeast Baltimore car dealer renewed its offer yesterday to give $8,400 in college scholarships to four Patterson High School students, but the school's principal turned the money down. Principal Laura D'Anna said she received dozens of phone calls and e-mails yesterday from people willing to donate money for student college scholarships. She said she will be able to give the four students twice what Castle Toyota/Scion had initially promised them and give money to some of their classmates as well.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | July 9, 1992
CorrectionIn a July 9 story, a man convicted of marijuana possession should have been identified as Philip H. Kiesling.As Richard H. Kiesling -- charged with possessing marijuana and a handgun while he was employed at BWI as a paramedic -- arrived at the Glen Burnie district court building yesterday morning for a hearing, he saw a man suffering a heart attack.Instinct took over, and Kiesling, who carries a stethoscope with him, began administering CPR to the man, assisted by another paramedic who happened to be in the building.
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By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
With rehearsal about to start, the play's leading actress takes a seat at a desk, her microphone balanced atop a dictionary. She does not get up until the show is over, even as her character is killed. The actress, 17-year-old Kayla Castleman, is starring in the Dundalk High School production of Sorry, Wrong Number, a play first broadcast in 1943 on the CBS radio program Suspense. She and her classmates will read their lines into microphones rather than acting on a traditional stage, in what is thought to be the first radio play presented by a Baltimore County school.
NEWS
June 8, 2005
Tip of the Week: Performance-based rewards The first step is to determine what performance is to be measured, how it will be measured and over what amount of time the measurement will take place. This must be clearly communicated to all participants so that a level of expected performance is understood. The second step is to determine appropriate rewards for achieving the goals. Typically, the management group decides on rewards. Form focus groups of employees and determine what the participants feel are appropriate rewards.
NEWS
October 25, 2004
On Sunday, October 24, 2004 THELMA CASTLEMAN (nee Kesselman); beloved wife of the late Isadore Castleman; devoted mother of Gail Castleman of Baltimore, MD and Barry Castleman of Garrett Park, MD; dear sister of Stanley Kesselman of Scotsdale, AZ. Also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, relatives and dear friends. Funeral Services and Interment will be held at the Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windosr Mill Rd., on Tuesday, October 26 at 9:30 A.M. Please omit flowers. The family has directed all contributions Alzheimers Research, C/O Johns Hopkins Hospital, 600 N. Wolfe St., (21205)
NEWS
By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2004
With rehearsal about to start, the play's leading actress takes a seat at a desk, her microphone balanced atop a dictionary. She does not get up until the show is over, even as her character is killed. The actress, 17-year-old Kayla Castleman, is starring in the Dundalk High School production of Sorry, Wrong Number, a play first broadcast in 1943 on the CBS radio program Suspense. She and her classmates will read their lines into microphones rather than acting on a traditional stage, in what is thought to be the first radio play presented by a Baltimore County school.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2004
Phillips, perhaps the most famous purveyor of Maryland crab cakes, has grand ambitions to hook millions of airport travelers across America on this culinary wonder. The company hopes to place as many as 500 fast crab cake restaurants in airports and other high- traffic locations over the next 10 years. If the expansion plan works, it would require significant growth at Phillips Foods Inc.'s South Baltimore plant, which currently employs 250 people. And city tourism officials are salivating at the possibility of the crab shops showcasing Baltimore and Maryland in an array of new locations that are currently, sadly crabless.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | August 12, 2003
The man who just took over the job of strengthening Maryland's tourism industry says he is determined to lure new visitors despite the state's spending cuts. Maryland will likely spend even less on tourism advertising this year than in recent years, when it lagged behind most of its neighboring states on promotion efforts. "What I'm here to do is to make sure we get the best bang for our effort with the marketing dollars we have," Dennis M. Castleman, new director of the Office of Tourism Development, said late last week.
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 30, 2003
Dual penthouses rest atop the condominium building of Scarlett Place in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Marcia and Howard Castleman occupy one of them; Jimmy and Barbara Judd reside in the other. The couples are good friends. They enjoy one another's company and love to entertain mutual friends. It is for such fetes that the four open up the entire 14th floor. The contrasting styles and decor in the two homes please these condominium neighbors, who became friends when Howard Castleman moved in 14 years ago. The decoration of the shared entrance hall has been left to Jimmy Judd, who owns a shop on Baltimore's Antique Row. Louis XIV's inspiration is evident in the hall's marble-topped refectory table, the lush carpeting and textured wallpaper.
BUSINESS
By June Arney and June Arney,SUN STAFF | January 22, 2004
Phillips, perhaps the most famous purveyor of Maryland crab cakes, has grand ambitions to hook millions of airport travelers across America on this culinary wonder. The company hopes to place as many as 500 fast crab cake restaurants in airports and other high- traffic locations over the next 10 years. If the expansion plan works, it would require significant growth at Phillips Foods Inc.'s South Baltimore plant, which currently employs 250 people. And city tourism officials are salivating at the possibility of the crab shops showcasing Baltimore and Maryland in an array of new locations that are currently, sadly crabless.
NEWS
June 8, 2005
Tip of the Week: Performance-based rewards The first step is to determine what performance is to be measured, how it will be measured and over what amount of time the measurement will take place. This must be clearly communicated to all participants so that a level of expected performance is understood. The second step is to determine appropriate rewards for achieving the goals. Typically, the management group decides on rewards. Form focus groups of employees and determine what the participants feel are appropriate rewards.
NEWS
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1995
They peer through knot holes in fences and gaze wonderingly from any available vantage point. They like to watch loud, smoky machines that go chunka! chunka! in the dirt, and mighty cranes that lift steel beams with facile majesty.They are the sidewalk superintendents, people drawn to the muscular atmosphere of construction sites like the great pit where the $160 million expansion to the Baltimore Convention Center is taking form, two blocks west of the Inner Harbor.The watchers are the kind of inquisitive souls who might have scratched their heads over the design of the Great Pyramid, or kibitzed as the Empire State Building soared.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff Writer | May 13, 1993
Young, confident and talented.All are accurate descriptions of McDonogh's Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference powerhouse tennis team.The Eagles (14-2 overall, 11-0 league) had captured their second straight league title -- their sixth in the last seven years -- before sweeping all six singles titles in yesterday's MSA A individual tournament.McDonogh's champions ended the day with a combined 60-1 conference record. The team's only freshman, No. 3 singles player Nick Colvin (17-0, 13-0)
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