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May 18, 2005
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005, HILDA COGAN (nee Gerber), beloved wife of the late Herman Leon Cogan; devoted mother of Barry Stuart Cogan of Short Hills, NJ and Carolyn Beverly Smith of Scottsdale, AZ; loving mother-in-law of Sandra Cogan and Leonard Smith; loving sister of Melvin Gerber and Kay Levenson, both of Deerfield Beach, FL and the late Sylvia Layton, Freida Edelson, Herman Gerber, Myra Bickman and Henry Gerber; loving grandmother of five and loving...
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May 18, 2005
On Tuesday, May 17, 2005, HILDA COGAN (nee Gerber), beloved wife of the late Herman Leon Cogan; devoted mother of Barry Stuart Cogan of Short Hills, NJ and Carolyn Beverly Smith of Scottsdale, AZ; loving mother-in-law of Sandra Cogan and Leonard Smith; loving sister of Melvin Gerber and Kay Levenson, both of Deerfield Beach, FL and the late Sylvia Layton, Freida Edelson, Herman Gerber, Myra Bickman and Henry Gerber; loving grandmother of five and loving...
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NEWS
January 6, 2004
On January 2, 2004, JEAN KATHLEEN COGAN BEARD, 86, of West Mooreland County, PA; beloved wife of the late Norman Beard; devoted mother of Norma Jean Little, of Deleware City, DE, Dorothy Ellen Jarrell, of Bear, DE, Judith Lynn Sherman, of Newark, DE and Richard Norman Beard, of Middletown, DE; adored sister of Rawlan D. Cogan, of Latroobe, PA, Robert H. Cogan, of Meterdale, PA, Kenneth H. Cogan, of Albuquerque, NM and Selma C. McCann, of Florida....
NEWS
May 19, 2004
On May 14, 2004, DR. HARVEY M. TOMPAKOV, beloved husband of Virginia Tompakov (nee Cogan), loving father of Brian R. Tompakov and Amber L. Tompakov, step-father of Mark Cogan, devoted brother of Dianne (Dr. Victor) Salama, adored son of Dr. Samuel V. Tompakov and the late Ethel Tompakov, dear nephew of Sylvan and Tillie Tompakov, Raphael and Dorothy Caplan, Uncle of Lisa Sellman, Michael (Lisa) Salama and Dr. Andrew Salama. Also survived by Susan Tompakov, mother of Brian and Amber. Memorial Contributions should be directed to the National Jewish Medical Research Center, 1400 Jackson Street, Denver, CO (80206)
FEATURES
By Lita Solis-Cohen | August 23, 1992
James Cogan recalls an adage that a good estate sale is the sign of a successful antiques dealer. Maybe that's why his mother, Lillian Blankley Cogan, a doyenne of Americana dealers for nearly 70 years, always wanted to have an auction at her house when she died. Mrs. Cogan passed away in December at age 93, but she'll be having one last sale on Labor Day at her residende in Farmington, Conn. The sound of Christie's auctioneer's gavel will signal the end of an era.Friends and familuy agree that "Queen Lillian," as she was called would have enjoyed her own farewell.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | March 8, 1992
A Havre de Grace doctor is suing Harford Memorial Hospital, its parent company and three administrators for $37.1 million in U.S. District Court over his dismissal as the facility's chief of radiology.Dr. Brad M. Cogan charges the defendants violated federal anti-trust laws when he was fired in February 1991 because of his plans to open aprivate radiology facility.Cogan was fired from the Havre de Grace hospital in the middle ofa second five-year contract, which the doctor says did not prohibit him from operating a competing practice.
NEWS
By Sarah Kershaw and Sarah Kershaw,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 19, 2001
NEW YORK - After a decade of digging through old graveyards in Queens, piecing together crumbling tombstones and peering at fieldstones scrawled with faded letters, Dr. Stanley Cogan has developed a sense of humor about his obsession with the departed. "They call me the Head Stone," said Cogan, a retired teacher and assistant principal who is now president of the Queens Historical Society. Queens is cemetery central: more than 5 million people - almost triple the live population - lie beneath the borough's soil in dozens of cemeteries.
NEWS
May 19, 2004
On May 14, 2004, DR. HARVEY M. TOMPAKOV, beloved husband of Virginia Tompakov (nee Cogan), loving father of Brian R. Tompakov and Amber L. Tompakov, step-father of Mark Cogan, devoted brother of Dianne (Dr. Victor) Salama, adored son of Dr. Samuel V. Tompakov and the late Ethel Tompakov, dear nephew of Sylvan and Tillie Tompakov, Raphael and Dorothy Caplan, Uncle of Lisa Sellman, Michael (Lisa) Salama and Dr. Andrew Salama. Also survived by Susan Tompakov, mother of Brian and Amber. Memorial Contributions should be directed to the National Jewish Medical Research Center, 1400 Jackson Street, Denver, CO (80206)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tricia Bishop | August 30, 2001
In 1978, Congress declared the first Sunday after Labor Day National Grandparents' Day, a day that's now as important as Mother's Day or Father's Day to many people. According to Census Bureau data released earlier this month, nearly 2.4 million grandparents head the homes in which their grandchildren live. Six percent of the country's kids (3.9 million) live with these grandparents - twice as many as in the 1970s. In recognition of this change and in celebration of the coming holiday, the Enoch Pratt Central Branch Library is offering an hour's worth of activities for grandparents and their grandchildren ages 3 to 8 this Saturday.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,The Evening Sun | May 27, 1991
INDIANAPOLIS -- A.J. Foyt drove down pit road to waves o cheers. He put his red-gloved left hand in the air and waved.It wasn't the way Foyt had planned it. This is supposed to be hilast Indianapolis 500, and it wasn't victory lane he was heading for.It was the garage. And the race still had 175 laps to go."Well, I thought I'd give those people a salute," he said, after hi28th- place finish. "I saw their signs, 'We love you, A.J.', 'Give 'em hell, A.J.' and this and that. I just felt I owed them a salute.
NEWS
January 6, 2004
On January 2, 2004, JEAN KATHLEEN COGAN BEARD, 86, of West Mooreland County, PA; beloved wife of the late Norman Beard; devoted mother of Norma Jean Little, of Deleware City, DE, Dorothy Ellen Jarrell, of Bear, DE, Judith Lynn Sherman, of Newark, DE and Richard Norman Beard, of Middletown, DE; adored sister of Rawlan D. Cogan, of Latroobe, PA, Robert H. Cogan, of Meterdale, PA, Kenneth H. Cogan, of Albuquerque, NM and Selma C. McCann, of Florida....
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tricia Bishop | August 30, 2001
In 1978, Congress declared the first Sunday after Labor Day National Grandparents' Day, a day that's now as important as Mother's Day or Father's Day to many people. According to Census Bureau data released earlier this month, nearly 2.4 million grandparents head the homes in which their grandchildren live. Six percent of the country's kids (3.9 million) live with these grandparents - twice as many as in the 1970s. In recognition of this change and in celebration of the coming holiday, the Enoch Pratt Central Branch Library is offering an hour's worth of activities for grandparents and their grandchildren ages 3 to 8 this Saturday.
NEWS
By Sarah Kershaw and Sarah Kershaw,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 19, 2001
NEW YORK - After a decade of digging through old graveyards in Queens, piecing together crumbling tombstones and peering at fieldstones scrawled with faded letters, Dr. Stanley Cogan has developed a sense of humor about his obsession with the departed. "They call me the Head Stone," said Cogan, a retired teacher and assistant principal who is now president of the Queens Historical Society. Queens is cemetery central: more than 5 million people - almost triple the live population - lie beneath the borough's soil in dozens of cemeteries.
FEATURES
By Lita Solis-Cohen | August 23, 1992
James Cogan recalls an adage that a good estate sale is the sign of a successful antiques dealer. Maybe that's why his mother, Lillian Blankley Cogan, a doyenne of Americana dealers for nearly 70 years, always wanted to have an auction at her house when she died. Mrs. Cogan passed away in December at age 93, but she'll be having one last sale on Labor Day at her residende in Farmington, Conn. The sound of Christie's auctioneer's gavel will signal the end of an era.Friends and familuy agree that "Queen Lillian," as she was called would have enjoyed her own farewell.
NEWS
By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | March 8, 1992
A Havre de Grace doctor is suing Harford Memorial Hospital, its parent company and three administrators for $37.1 million in U.S. District Court over his dismissal as the facility's chief of radiology.Dr. Brad M. Cogan charges the defendants violated federal anti-trust laws when he was fired in February 1991 because of his plans to open aprivate radiology facility.Cogan was fired from the Havre de Grace hospital in the middle ofa second five-year contract, which the doctor says did not prohibit him from operating a competing practice.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,The Evening Sun | May 27, 1991
INDIANAPOLIS -- A.J. Foyt drove down pit road to waves o cheers. He put his red-gloved left hand in the air and waved.It wasn't the way Foyt had planned it. This is supposed to be hilast Indianapolis 500, and it wasn't victory lane he was heading for.It was the garage. And the race still had 175 laps to go."Well, I thought I'd give those people a salute," he said, after hi28th- place finish. "I saw their signs, 'We love you, A.J.', 'Give 'em hell, A.J.' and this and that. I just felt I owed them a salute.
NEWS
September 16, 1993
* Dr. David Cogan,Dr. David Cogan, 85, an ophthalmologist whose studies of victims of atomic bombing in Japan led to findings on cataract development and radiation damage, died Sept. 9 of a heart attack in Chevy Chase.
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