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October 11, 2004
On Friday, October 8, 2004, J. MORTON COHN; beloved husband of Phyllis J. Cohn (nee Biscarr); beloved father of Brent Cohn, Allan Cohn, Paul Cohn and the late Bradd Marc Cohn; father in-law of Lauren Cohn, Dr. Janine Good; beloved stepfather of Toni Whelan, Craig Goodman; stepfather in-law of James Whelan and Anne Goodman; brother of Hilda Sachs, Sylvia Dorothy Cordish, Bernard Cohn, Shirley Lessans, Glenda Fradkin and the late Miriam Cummins; adored grandfather...
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By Arthur Hirsch and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Bethesda-based accounting, tax and consulting firm Watkins Meegan LLC will combine its practice with one of the country's leading firms, New York-based CohnReznick LLP, in an agreement expected to take effect Nov. 1. The combined firm is expected to have annual revenues of $600 million, nearly 300 partners, about 2,750 employees and 28 offices. Founded in 1975, Watkins Meegan also has offices in Annapolis and Herndon and Tysons Corner, Va. CohnReznick, the nation's 10 t h largest accounting firm, has offices in Baltimore and Bethesda.
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NEWS
July 17, 2006
On July 15, 2006, FRED B.; beloved husband of Inge J. Cohn (nee Falkenstein); devoted father of Max Louis Cohn, of Baltimore, MD, Ruth Avrahami and Leah Cohn Wander, both of Reisterstown, MD; loving father-in-law of Meir Avrahami and Harold Wander; beloved brother of Ingeborg Weinberger and the late Ulrich Cohn, Gerta Lindler, Reni Cohn and Eva Saalfeld; loving grandfather of Golani Avraham, Tali and Yani Avrahami; loving great-grandfather of Noa Avraham....
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2013
Penn State has announced that men's lacrosse volunteer assistant coach David Shriver (Boys' Latin) will serve as director of operations for the 2014 season. Shriver, who has coached for two years under Jeff Tambroni , oversees the extra-man unit and offensive personnel. The Nittany Lions' offense has improved each of the past two seasons, from 8.14 goals per game (2011) to 10.47 (2013). Shriver's father, Bob , has been the head coach at Boys' Latin for the past 34 years.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | May 12, 2006
Where, oh where did Linda Cohn go? It used to seem that you couldn't turn on ESPN without seeing her smiling face and hearing her New York tones. Then, like a pitch served up by Orioles middle relief, she was gone. What happened was that last year, after 13 years as a SportsCenter anchor, she had had enough of the grind. The glamour of getting home to her husband and two children at 3:30 a.m. had worn off. She asked to do something else at ESPN. And so she has, popping up on ESPNews' interview show The Hot List, reporting from pro golf tournaments and hosting the X Games.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | July 19, 2006
Fred B. "Fritz" Cohn, a kosher baker who created the recipe for the coffeecake his children still make and sell, died Saturday of a heart blockage at Northwest Hospital Center. The Reisterstown resident was 82. Born in Leipzig, Germany, Mr. Cohn had wanted to follow his father and become a physician. But the Nazis had come to power and forbade Jews from entering medical school. His children said Mr. Cohn became an apprentice to a baker whose business was on the ground floor of the building where they lived -- and that he never forgot the training.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent | June 12, 1997
BETHESDA -- Take a poll of an electorate consisting of sports fans and local television sports anchors, and next to a stadium itself, the hands-down favorite place to hang out would be ESPN's "SportsCenter."But there's a great big world out there outside "SportsCenter," as Linda Cohn, one of its stalwarts, is hoping to find out this week as she covers the U.S. Open from the Congressional Country Club for the network."Within the last six months, I've found the keys to unlock the chain to the "SportsCenter" desk," said Cohn.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun Reporter | May 10, 2008
Inge J. Cohn, who fled Nazi Germany and worked alongside her husband at their kosher bakery for more than 50 years, died of multiple organ failure April 30 at Northwest Hospital Center. The Reisterstown resident was 80. "She was a very independent person," said her daughter, Leah Cohn Wander, who now owns and operates the business with her brother. "She loved the work she did, but most of all she loved being alongside Daddy at the shop." Born Inge J. Falkenstein in Wuppertal, Germany, she completed four grades of elementary schooling before the German government cut off education to Jewish students.
NEWS
By Ann LoLordo and Ann LoLordo,Sun Staff Correspondent | October 5, 1994
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Mona Cohn doesn't have time for a mid-life crisis -- she's too busy running for homecoming queen at the University of Louisville.At 48, this energetic woman with the perfect 4.0 grade point average set her sights on the crown more than a year ago. And why not? she says. So what if the other candidates are younger than her son Jeffrey, a 28-year-old businessman from Atlanta?"I want people to know life doesn't end at 40," says Ms. Cohn, a former Greyhound bus station manager and dress store owner now in her third year at the university.
NEWS
March 29, 2004
On Friday, March 26, 2004 BENJAMIN COHEN; beloved husband of Esther"Essie" Cohen (nee Glass); loving father of Ronald Cohn of New York City and Michael Cohn of Accokeek, MD; dear father-in-law of Carol Cohn and Linda Cohn Witkin; devoted brother of Rebecca Baer of Baltimore and Louis Cohen of Lake Worth, FL and the late Bess Bachman, Rose Mazer, Sara Nacklas Cohen and Alan Cohn; adored grandfather of Jonah, Tami, Alicia and Emily Cohn. Services and Interment will be held on Monday, March 29 at 4 P.M. at the Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown.
FEATURES
By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | July 23, 2011
Meredith Good-Cohn celebrates her 19th birthday today, knowing she is already a woman of tomorrow, a community activist, a scholar, a filmmaker, a volunteer in numerous capacities and the state's recycler of the year. And the college-bound young woman is not letting up. She will enter the University of Maryland, College Park in the fall, with an academic scholarship, and most likely embark on a career in medicine or, maybe, film. "I have not declared, but I am interested in health," she said.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 9, 2008
OTHER PICKS Mystery Writers The Anthony Boucher Memorial Mystery Convention, or Bouchercon, offers a place for mystery writers and fans to gather. Hundreds of writers, including local writer and guest of honor Laura Lippman, Lawrence Block, Peter Robinson, Carolyn Hart and Andrew Gross, will be in attendance. There will be whodunit workshops and awards. The convention starts today and runs through Sunday at the Sheraton Baltimore City Center Hotel, 101 W. Fayette St. Go to charmedtodeath.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Meredith Cohn | August 21, 2008
Mantle author is on deck Books Sportswriter Fred Glueckstein will discuss his new book, Mickey Mantle: Rookie in Pinstripes, at the Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards on Sunday before the Orioles home game against the New York Yankees. The book chronicles the life of Hall of Famer Mantle from his childhood through his 1951 rookie season with the Yankees. Glueckstein explores his relationships with his father, teammates and coaches who helped shape his career. Mantle played his entire 18-year career for the Yankees and still holds several records.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun Reporter | May 10, 2008
Inge J. Cohn, who fled Nazi Germany and worked alongside her husband at their kosher bakery for more than 50 years, died of multiple organ failure April 30 at Northwest Hospital Center. The Reisterstown resident was 80. "She was a very independent person," said her daughter, Leah Cohn Wander, who now owns and operates the business with her brother. "She loved the work she did, but most of all she loved being alongside Daddy at the shop." Born Inge J. Falkenstein in Wuppertal, Germany, she completed four grades of elementary schooling before the German government cut off education to Jewish students.
TRAVEL
By Mercury News | September 23, 2007
Are there any countries where the dollar is doing well and travel is still a good value? Despite the dollar's loss in value, especially against the euro and the British pound, there are a few places where our currency still has muscle. Experts at hot wire.com and orbitz.com agree on these two destinations, where exchange rates are favorable and prices are low: Thailand and Argentina. Barbara Messing, Hotwire's travel expert, says you can still get a $12 steak dinner and an $8 bottle of wine in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a cosmopolitan city that often reminds visitors of Paris - there are long boulevards, scenic parks and great shopping.
NEWS
August 28, 2006
Robert W. Beery, a longtime engineer for Westinghouse whom neighbors affectionately called the "Mayor of Walther Avenue," died of cancer Aug. 21 at Good Samaritan Hospital. The 70-year resident of that street in the Hamilton neighborhood of Baltimore was 83. Born and raised in Baltimore, Mr. Beery graduated from Polytechnic Institute. He received his bachelor's degree in engineering from the Johns Hopkins University in 1943. He earned a master's degree in liberal arts from Johns Hopkins in 1967.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
On Saturday, March 5, 2005 ESTHER SYLVIA COHEN (nee Glass) beloved wife of the late Benjamin Cohen; devoted mother of Ronald Cohn of San Francisco, CA and Michael Cohn of Accokeek, MD; mother-in-law of Carol Cohn and Linda Witkin; loving sister of the late Harry Glass, Edith Aarons, Bessie Williams and Jean Aarons; loving grandmother of Jonah, Tamar, Alicia and Emily Cohn. Services and interment on Tuesday, March 8, 2005 at 12 noon at Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown, MD. Following services family will be receiving at the Pikesville Hilton Bowie Room, 1726 Reisterstown Rd. (21208)
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | July 19, 2006
Fred B. "Fritz" Cohn, a kosher baker who created the recipe for the coffeecake his children still make and sell, died Saturday of a heart blockage at Northwest Hospital Center. The Reisterstown resident was 82. Born in Leipzig, Germany, Mr. Cohn had wanted to follow his father and become a physician. But the Nazis had come to power and forbade Jews from entering medical school. His children said Mr. Cohn became an apprentice to a baker whose business was on the ground floor of the building where they lived -- and that he never forgot the training.
NEWS
July 17, 2006
On July 15, 2006, FRED B.; beloved husband of Inge J. Cohn (nee Falkenstein); devoted father of Max Louis Cohn, of Baltimore, MD, Ruth Avrahami and Leah Cohn Wander, both of Reisterstown, MD; loving father-in-law of Meir Avrahami and Harold Wander; beloved brother of Ingeborg Weinberger and the late Ulrich Cohn, Gerta Lindler, Reni Cohn and Eva Saalfeld; loving grandfather of Golani Avraham, Tali and Yani Avrahami; loving great-grandfather of Noa Avraham....
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