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April 30, 2008
On April 23, 2008, DEBORAH ELIZABETH FOSTER. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Thursday after 12 P.M., where funeral services will take place on Friday at 1:30 P.M.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | April 12, 2014
Deborah Eisenberg started her law career as a litigator who loved the "thrill of the battle," standing up for the disadvantaged and less powerful. But when it comes to resolving disputes, sometimes she says it's better to talk it out. Eisenberg, a professor at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law, specializes in employment law and dispute resolutions. She serves as faculty director of the UM Carey Center for Dispute Resolution and also works as a mediator in civil and employment cases.
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July 18, 2007
On July 14, 2007, DEBORAH WELLS; devoted mother to Dawn Wells and Herbert Ward. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Thursday, after 8:30 A.M., where the family will receive friends on Friday, at Colonial Baptist Church, 9411 Liberty Road at 10:30 A.M., with Funeral Service to follow at 11 A.M.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2013
Deborah F. Rutter, president of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association for the past decade, has been named president of the Kennedy Center, effective Sept. 1, 2014. She will succeed Michael M. Kaiser. As top administrator for one of the world's greatest orchestras, Rutter is a major figure in the performing arts world. The Chicago Symphony has enjoyed substantial growth in fundraising and ticket sales during her tenure. Rutter also succeeded in getting eminent Italian conductor Riccardo Muti to accept the job as the orchestra's music director.  "The Chicago Symphony Orchestra is in a great place -- musically, financially, the artistic leadership, and from an audience perspective," Rutter said in an interview Tuesday.
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December 9, 2006
On December 4, 2006 MS. DEBORAH VANKEMPEN. Ms. VanKempen is survived by her mother Margot VanKempen of Sarasota Springs, NY; her aunt Gail Scott; seven cousins and a host of other loving friends. On Saturday, December 9, friends may attend a Memorial Service at Faith Christian Fellowship, 505 East 42nd Street at 12 noon. The service will be followed by a reception. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
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April 28, 2003
On April 26, 2003 DEBORAH MARIE (nee Rice), devoted wife of Kevin M. Brennan; loving mother of Eric M. and Michelle A. Brennan; sister of Daniel Rice and Sharon Appleby and the late Herbert G. Rice, Jr. A celebration of life will be held Wednesday April 30 11 A.M. at the Jeffrey N. Zumbrun Funeral Home & Monument Company 6028 Sykesville Rd. Eldersburg, MD 21784. The family will receive friends Tuesaday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, sympathies may be expressed in the form of contributions, in her name, to the Scleroderma Foundation, Greater Washigton D.C. Chapter, 128 E. 3rd St. Frederick, MD 21701.
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By Mike Bowler | August 19, 1992
DEBORAH Armenti wrote twice on this page about her impending death.On May 22, 1991, she had just discovered she had cancer. "But I can't have cancer!" she wrote. "I'm only 35. I have two young children and a husband who needs me. I need me. I have a life! . . ."And behind all the denials is guilt. I smoked cigarettes for 20 years. I don't exercise. I eat meat and eggs and refined sugar and flour. I use chemicals to clean my house and manage my garden. It's my fault. I'm 35. I'm going to die, and it's my fault.
NEWS
March 4, 2008
On February 28, 2008, Deborah A. Leisey A Memorial Service will be held 11 AM Wednesday March 5, 2008 at Evans Funeral Chapel and Cremation Services - Parkville, 8800 Harford Rd. Memorial contributions in Deborah's name may be made to St. Ursula's Catholic Church- Parkville. Memory tributes may be sent to the family at: www.evansfuneralchapel.com
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2013
Celebrated soprano Deborah Voigt has withdrawn from Washington National Opera's season-opening production of Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde" a week before the first performance. She will be replaced by Ireene Theorin on Sept. 15, 18, 21, and 24, and by Alwyn Mellor for the final performance Sept. 27. Here's Voigt's statement, released by WNO: "Returning to a role that I love but haven't sung in a number of seasons, and encountering its unique challenges, has caused me to reconsider keeping it in my repertoire,.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 13, 2013
'Modern Terrorism' Imagine "Homeland" with a laugh track. You cannot help but admire the nerve of playwright Jon Kern (a writer for "The Simpsons") in tackling such intensely emotional and divisive material, and fleshing out so vividly the three characters who, in their sparsely furnished Brooklyn apartment, nonchalantly plan to rain destruction on a Manhattan landmark. But even 12 years after 9/11, are we really ready to laugh at Muslim terrorists? Maybe. There's certainly fun to be had with the sitcom-worthy portion of the dialogue and antics, starting with the play-opening, bombs-in-the-briefs scene.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
As a midfielder, Catonsville senior Deborah Milani excels on both ends of the field, but she's particularly adept at the draw. In 13 games this spring, she has 103 draw controls and has won 238 in three years. Milani also has 84 goals, 22 assists, 34 ground balls and 14 caused turnovers for the Comets (12-1), and she already is a two-time team Most Valuable Player. A three-sport standout who also plays soccer and basketball, Milani, 18, hones her skills on lacrosse nets in the front yard and on a basketball half court in the backyard of her family's Catonsville home.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | November 6, 2012
Baltimore police have identified a 55-year-old woman found stabbed inside her home in Pigtown and said a man who was driven to the hospital by a friend after being shot in Southwest Baltimore has died from his injuries. Deborah Simon was found by relatives inside a home in the 1200 block of Washington Blvd. on Monday afternoon, and police said she had been stabbed several times. Property was taken from the home, and detectives are exploring whether she might have known her attacker.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2012
Shirley Reingold, who managed the early R&B vocal group The Orioles and wrote their 1948 hit song "It's Too Soon to Know," died of heart disease Oct. 10 at Aventura Hospital in Aventura, Fla. The native Baltimorean was 89. She was known professionally as Deborah Chessler. In an interview with music historian Paul Horner, she said that she and her mother, Irene, were in New York when a young man proposed to her. The idea of marriage caught her off-guard, and in talking to her mother in a room at the Hotel Forrest, she said, "It's too soon, it's too soon to know.
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2012
A veteran video game industry executive in Maryland who has run her own international consulting business will become the new leader of Baltimore's main technology incubator next month. Deborah Tillett, who worked for Hunt Valley's BreakAway Ltd. and Microprose, among other technology companies, has been picked to run the city's Emerging Technology Center, she confirmed Tuesday by phone. The ETC is a technology startup incubator that has helped launch Baltimore companies since the late 1990s.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 21, 2011
Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and raised in Garden City, N.Y. After graduating in 1978 from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn., she earned a bachelor's degree in 1982 in political science from McGill University in Montreal. Dr. Edelman had contemplated a career in law but changed her mind after working as a writer for a medical publisher in New York City for two years, where she covered medical conferences, wrote articles on medical specialties, and was assistant editor of Dermatology News and then editor of Orthopedic News.
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