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June 19, 2003
On June 17, 2003, JUDGE ALAN RESNICK, beloved husband of Dorlee Resnick (nee Meyers), loving father of Marcy Emmer and Leslie Matz, devoted father-in-law of Sidney Emmer, dear brother of the late Shirley York, dear son of the late Dorothy and Benjamin Resnick. Dear brother-in-law of Teddy and Ilene Meyers. Loving grandfather of Ashly Emmer, Alexander Emmer, Tessa Emmer and Arlo Matz. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd. at Mt. Wilson La. Thursday, June 19 at 11 A.M. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown, MD. Please omit flowers.
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August 25, 2009
On August 22, 2009, ; loving son of Susan (nee Peterson) and Dr. Mitchell Burken; devoted grandson of Morris and the late Myra Peterson, Dr. Jerome and Marilyn Burken; beloved nephew of Gayle Emmer, Richard and Pam Peterson, Emily and Charles Vorspan. Funeral services are Private Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC. sollevinson.com
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August 25, 2009
On August 22, 2009, ; loving son of Susan (nee Peterson) and Dr. Mitchell Burken; devoted grandson of Morris and the late Myra Peterson, Dr. Jerome and Marilyn Burken; beloved nephew of Gayle Emmer, Richard and Pam Peterson, Emily and Charles Vorspan. Funeral services are Private Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC. sollevinson.com
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By ELIZABETH LARGE | August 6, 2008
Mount Washington has its own New York-style deli with the new Freda's Kitchen (1604 Kelly Ave., 410-367-7840). Marty Emmer, who owns it with his wife, Linda, and son, Josh, says almost everything is cooked in-house, from the corned beef to the brisket to the traditional salads like whitefish and chopped herring. Freda is his late mother, and many of the recipes are hers, including the "wonderful" soups. Freda's is in the old Mount Washington Market space, which was originally an A&P. The old A&P safe has been painted the colors of the deli ("merlot and curry")
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
It was a wearing day for the two Army men who returned to their home state to play in the cradle of lacrosse.Junior Travis Loving, an Arundel High grad, and Lou Kousouris, a freshman out of Gilman seeing his first college action, shared the abuse in the goal in Army's 23-8 loss to No. 1 Johns Hopkins yesterday before 3,542 at Homewood Field."
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | October 2, 1994
This is one of those rare stories about a young man from small-town USA who goes to West Point and makes it big in the classroom and on the lacrosse field.His name is Ross Yastrzemsky and his game is overcoming long odds by working hard, believing in himself -- and being lucky."There is always a lot of luck involved in anything," he said. "I got lucky because Army took a chance on me. Usually top Division I schools go to private schools like Boys' Latin for lacrosse players."Yastrzemsky said he never sold himself short, believing all along he had as good a chance as any of the highly regarded freshmen to play lacrosse at Army.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2005
Army has rarely enjoyed the kind of spring its men's lacrosse team is producing, and senior attackman and co-captain Jim Wagner is hardly surprised by the Black Knights' success. Not since 1979 has Army gotten off to a 9-1 start, its best ever. The last time the Black Knights assembled a nine-game winning streak, which matches the longest in school history, was in 1958. And Wagner, who leads the team with 29 goals and forms a potent attack duo with junior John Walker, thinks it's high time Army ends another streak.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1997
Army men's lacrosse coach Jack Emmer talks about being a team captain at West Point."Leadership is the primary objective here," he says. "Being selected a captain of a team here is very significant. All these kids come here as leaders."He goes on to talk about his senior captain, midfielder Ross Yastrzemsky, a Liberty High grad who entered West Point as a 135-pound attackman simply looking to make the roster his first season.Four years later, after a switch to midfield in his second season, Yastrzemsky has compiled more points in a career (114)
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE | August 6, 2008
Mount Washington has its own New York-style deli with the new Freda's Kitchen (1604 Kelly Ave., 410-367-7840). Marty Emmer, who owns it with his wife, Linda, and son, Josh, says almost everything is cooked in-house, from the corned beef to the brisket to the traditional salads like whitefish and chopped herring. Freda is his late mother, and many of the recipes are hers, including the "wonderful" soups. Freda's is in the old Mount Washington Market space, which was originally an A&P. The old A&P safe has been painted the colors of the deli ("merlot and curry")
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | May 2, 2005
As Navy's players ran up and down the field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the third quarter yesterday, all Army's players could do was drag behind, looking as if they needed oxygen masks. The Midshipmen scored three goals in the first four minutes of the third period and two in the final two minutes to turn a close game into a 15-8 rout of Army in the Patriot League championship game yesterday. Army watched its dream of an upset turn into a nightmare as Navy beat the Black Knights for the ninth straight time.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | May 2, 2005
As Navy's players ran up and down the field at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in the third quarter yesterday, all Army's players could do was drag behind, looking as if they needed oxygen masks. The Midshipmen scored three goals in the first four minutes of the third period and two in the final two minutes to turn a close game into a 15-8 rout of Army in the Patriot League championship game yesterday. Army watched its dream of an upset turn into a nightmare as Navy beat the Black Knights for the ninth straight time.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2005
Army has rarely enjoyed the kind of spring its men's lacrosse team is producing, and senior attackman and co-captain Jim Wagner is hardly surprised by the Black Knights' success. Not since 1979 has Army gotten off to a 9-1 start, its best ever. The last time the Black Knights assembled a nine-game winning streak, which matches the longest in school history, was in 1958. And Wagner, who leads the team with 29 goals and forms a potent attack duo with junior John Walker, thinks it's high time Army ends another streak.
BUSINESS
July 22, 2004
In The Region W.R. Grace earnings triple in 2nd quarter to $21.3 million W.R. Grace & Co. reported yesterday that its second-quarter net income more than tripled, to $21.3 million, or 32 cents per share, from $6.5 million, or 10 cents per share, in the second quarter of 2003. The Columbia-based chemical company said sales rose 13.7 percent, to $572.4 million, from $503.4 million in the year-earlier period because of higher volumes and improved product mix, as well as favorable currency translation and acquisitions.
NEWS
June 19, 2003
On June 17, 2003, JUDGE ALAN RESNICK, beloved husband of Dorlee Resnick (nee Meyers), loving father of Marcy Emmer and Leslie Matz, devoted father-in-law of Sidney Emmer, dear brother of the late Shirley York, dear son of the late Dorothy and Benjamin Resnick. Dear brother-in-law of Teddy and Ilene Meyers. Loving grandfather of Ashly Emmer, Alexander Emmer, Tessa Emmer and Arlo Matz. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Rd. at Mt. Wilson La. Thursday, June 19 at 11 A.M. Interment Beth El Memorial Park, Randallstown, MD. Please omit flowers.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 2, 2003
Army's Jack Emmer became the all-time winningest coach in NCAA Division I men's lacrosse history with his 301st victory yesterday, a 17-14 win over Lehigh yesterday in West Point, N.Y. John Ryan's five goals helped Army (4-4, 2-0 Patriot League) end a three-game skid. The Mountain Hawks are 4-5, 1-1. Army registered three of the game's last four scores to break open a one-goal contest in the final 10 minutes. The Black Knights had opened up as much as a five-goal lead early in the second half, but Lehigh crawled back into contention.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1997
Army men's lacrosse coach Jack Emmer talks about being a team captain at West Point."Leadership is the primary objective here," he says. "Being selected a captain of a team here is very significant. All these kids come here as leaders."He goes on to talk about his senior captain, midfielder Ross Yastrzemsky, a Liberty High grad who entered West Point as a 135-pound attackman simply looking to make the roster his first season.Four years later, after a switch to midfield in his second season, Yastrzemsky has compiled more points in a career (114)
SPORTS
By Doug Brown | March 3, 1994
ARMY Coach: Jack Emmer, 11th season, 85-5512-4Outlook: One look at what Army has returning from last year's NCAA tournament team suggests that Emmer is confronted by a rebuilding year. The Cadets lost 60 percent of their offense from a team that set an academy record for wins (12) and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals before bowing to North Carolina. Call it reloading, Emmer says, not rebuilding. He points to an experienced midfield unit and a talented defensive group anchored by co-captain Sean Turner and G Rick Aguilar, a three-year starter.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Staff Writer | May 2, 1993
Pikeswood Development Corp. broke ground this spring for Pikeswood Village, a 118-unit community planned for a 25-acre parcel just north of the 9400 block of Liberty Road in Randallstown.Ryland Homes is building the three-bedroom residences: 56 detached houses with prices starting around $120,000, and 62 town houses with prices starting around $90,000. The project also includes 2 1/2 acres of open space, including a landscaped picnic area and walking paths."Pikeswood was conceived . . . as a community within a community and designed to merge seamlessly with nearby neighborhoods," said Sidney Emmer, president of the Pikeswood Development Corp.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | April 9, 1995
It was a wearing day for the two Army men who returned to their home state to play in the cradle of lacrosse.Junior Travis Loving, an Arundel High grad, and Lou Kousouris, a freshman out of Gilman seeing his first college action, shared the abuse in the goal in Army's 23-8 loss to No. 1 Johns Hopkins yesterday before 3,542 at Homewood Field."
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Sun Staff Writer | October 2, 1994
This is one of those rare stories about a young man from small-town USA who goes to West Point and makes it big in the classroom and on the lacrosse field.His name is Ross Yastrzemsky and his game is overcoming long odds by working hard, believing in himself -- and being lucky."There is always a lot of luck involved in anything," he said. "I got lucky because Army took a chance on me. Usually top Division I schools go to private schools like Boys' Latin for lacrosse players."Yastrzemsky said he never sold himself short, believing all along he had as good a chance as any of the highly regarded freshmen to play lacrosse at Army.
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