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June 10, 2003
On June 7, 2003 DOROTHY FISHEL (nee Goodman) beloved wife of the late Dr. Elliott Fishel, loving mother of Dr. Lawrence Fishel, Dr. Rhonda Fishel and Alan Fishel, devoted mother-in-law of Nancy Fishel, Michaela Barron and Robin Hayutin-Fishel, dear sister of Beverly DuBois and Captain Dan Goodman and the late Dr. Howard Goodman and Sadye Levy, loving grandmother of Matthew, Robert, Eric, Bonnie, Ryan Fishel. Services and Interment were held on Sunday, June 8. Memorial contributions may be directed to the Bea Gaddy Foundation.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Ellen Fishel and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
As the lyrics of everyone's favorite baseball anthem suggest, being a sports fan is really all about rooting for the home team. But what exactly does that mean when you live in a new town that is gradually becoming your home? When is it OK to pick up a new hometown team? As the Orioles have defied most odds this season and swept the city into an orange frenzy en route to an American League East title, I've been pondering these questions a lot. And there's one factor that truly complicates things.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2010
Dr. Rhonda S. Fishel, the acting chief of surgery at Sinai Hospital who used her own cancer diagnosis as a basis for creating a program that helped guide fellow physicians in delivering bad news to patients, died Sunday of the disease at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 55. The daughter of a surgeon and a homemaker, Dr. Fishel was born in Baltimore and raised in Pikesville. She was a 1973 graduate of Pikesville High School. She attended Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., for two years before entering the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, from which she graduated in 1978.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Ellen Fishel and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
My story isn't all that groundbreaking. I'm 23, officially a year removed from the University of Maryland-College Park and walking that ever-shaky line between being a functional adult and an irresponsible mess. It's a story you've heard many times before (probably in some form of Internet listicle). And it's also one that many of you are probably experiencing right now, or at least can remember when you were. My column will try to shed light on what being in this awkward half-stage of life really means.
NEWS
January 23, 2007
Ethel V. Fishel, a retired nursing teacher, died of pneumonia Jan. 16 at Stella Maris hospice in Timonium. The Towson resident was 83. Born Ethel Virginia Schaake in Baltimore and raised near Clifton Park, she graduated from Eastern High School in 1939, several months before her 15th birthday. She earned her undergraduate degree from Hood College and had a master of science in nursing from Yale University, which she attended under a military-sponsored program to ensure there would be nurses available at the end of World War II. Until her retirement in the early 1960s, Mrs. Fishel was a nursing arts instructor at Maryland General Hospital, where she trained hundreds of Baltimore-area nurses and wrote a nursing arts instruction manual that was used by other instructors, family members said.
SPORTS
By Luke Broadwater | February 22, 2004
Eric Fishel used a victory at the 171-pound-class final to improve to 33-0 and propel Owings Mills to a 75 1/2 -point win in the Baltimore County wrestling tournament yesterday at Pikesville. With Rob Cooper (119), Jon Demchick (135) and Sasha Binder (140) also prevailing, the Eagles beat Overlea, 230 1/2 -155. Eastern Tech took third (119 1/2 ). "Every year our team's goal is always to win the state title," said Fishel, who defeated Shane Peddicord of Eastern Tech, 8-3. "This brings us one step closer."
SPORTS
By Luke Broadwater and Luke Broadwater,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 22, 2004
Eric Fishel typifies this year's Owings Mills wrestling team: He's simply dominant. With an 8-3 victory over Eastern Tech's Shane Peddicord yesterday in the Baltimore County tournament finals at Pikesville, he improved to 33-0 and helped the No. 2 Eagles claim their third straight county championship. "Peddicord is a good opponent, and today he wrestled with more heart than any opponent I've ever faced," Fishel said. "Every year our team's goal is always to win the state title. This brings us one step closer."
SPORTS
By Eric Brandner and Eric Brandner,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2002
The members of No. 5 Owings Mills' wrestling team use blond highlights in their hair to show team unity. Last night, the unified wrestlers provided most of the highlights on the mat, bringing home five individual championships and a team title in the Class 2A-1A North Regional tournament at Harford Tech. The Golden Eagles beat second-place Harford Tech, 190-127.5. "I'm real proud," said Owings Mills coach Guy Pritzer. "We had to drive an hour to get here after a long day at school yesterday.
SPORTS
By Mike Frainie and Mike Frainie,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 8, 2001
Owings Mills' Eric Fishel knows a little about winning. As a freshman this season, Fishel won the county junior varsity title - going undefeated in the process. He may have saved his best for last in yesterday's Class 2A-1A North dual meet championship at Owings Mills. The freshman's technical fall victory at 160 pounds over Joe Knight gave the No. 10 Eagles (20-2) the lead en route to a 31-22 victory over 11th-ranked Harford Tech (12-3). Owings Mills will advance to Saturday's state dual meet championships at Kent Island High School.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | June 13, 1999
EPERNAY, France -- Herb Fishel, the executive director of General Motors Motor Sports, sat looking out over the vineyards in the heart of French champagne country, talking about Cadillac's coming return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.Yesterday, he watched as GM's Corvettes paced the start of the 67th Le Mans race that was to end early this morning, and through the days leading up to that start, he would study what it took to really win.He'd take notes on inspections. He'd watch practices. He'd note fuel economy, the number of stops cars make, the number of driver changes and any other detail that might make a difference.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | December 10, 2011
Ashley Fishell-Shaffer Sparrows Point For the Pointers to win their first Baltimore County divisional championship, they had to be nearly perfect within Division 2. At 9-0 they were, thanks to what they learned from their coach: mental toughness, a positive attitude, and the knowledge that if they didn't win, "it was just a game and the sun would come up tomorrow. " It was a lesson that life had taught Fishell-Shaffer, 29, who lost a baby at the start of the 2010 season because of a genetic defect and had a miscarriage last April.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 23, 2010
Dr. Rhonda S. Fishel, the acting chief of surgery at Sinai Hospital who used her own cancer diagnosis as a basis for creating a program that helped guide fellow physicians in delivering bad news to patients, died Sunday of the disease at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital Center. The Owings Mills resident was 55. The daughter of a surgeon and a homemaker, Dr. Fishel was born in Baltimore and raised in Pikesville. She was a 1973 graduate of Pikesville High School. She attended Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, Pa., for two years before entering the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, from which she graduated in 1978.
NEWS
January 23, 2007
Ethel V. Fishel, a retired nursing teacher, died of pneumonia Jan. 16 at Stella Maris hospice in Timonium. The Towson resident was 83. Born Ethel Virginia Schaake in Baltimore and raised near Clifton Park, she graduated from Eastern High School in 1939, several months before her 15th birthday. She earned her undergraduate degree from Hood College and had a master of science in nursing from Yale University, which she attended under a military-sponsored program to ensure there would be nurses available at the end of World War II. Until her retirement in the early 1960s, Mrs. Fishel was a nursing arts instructor at Maryland General Hospital, where she trained hundreds of Baltimore-area nurses and wrote a nursing arts instruction manual that was used by other instructors, family members said.
NEWS
By STEPHANIE BEASLEY and STEPHANIE BEASLEY,SUN REPORTER | July 28, 2006
When her partner, Mickey Barron, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001, Dr. Rhonda Fishel accompanied her to the oncologist's office. As an experienced surgeon, Fishel was no stranger to the delivery of bad news. She was the one who jotted notes furiously as the doctor discussed treatment options, while Barron's mind struggled just to get past the word "cancer." "He was going on about treatments, and I was gone," Barron recalled. "I was too stressed out." Four years later, when Fishel was diagnosed with a rare cancer called uterine sarcoma, it was Barron's turn to listen carefully as her partner sat numbly.
NEWS
January 14, 2006
On Friday, January 13, 2005 ELIZABETH F. FRIEDMAN (nee Fishel) beloved wife of the late Dr. Samuel Friedman; devoted mother of Michael J. Friedman of Baltimore, MD and the late James D. Friedman; beloved mother-in-law of Aliza Friedman; loving sister of the late Joanne Rascovar; beloved grandmother of Laura Mc Andrew, Jon and Jenn Friedman, Sharon and Scott Paley, Samuel Friedman, Tommy and Sabrina Sarig and Roni and Danielle Sarig; loving great-grandmother....
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 6, 2004
COLLEGE PARK - Owings Mills moved a school-record seven wrestlers into today's semifinals of the Class 2A-1A tournament at the University of Maryland and seems well on its way to winning its sixth state championship. By moving Rob Cooper (119), Eric Vinores (125), Ryan Nash (130), Jon Demchick (135), Sasha Binder (140), Mike Kessler (145) and Eric Fishel (171) forward, the Eagles lead second place South Carroll, 67.5-44.5. Cooper is seeking his second straight state title. "We had one goal all year, and that's to win a team state championship and a bunch of individual ones," said Fishel, a third-place finisher last year.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | March 5, 2004
Old Mill and Owings Mills are Maryland's dominant wrestling programs, having combined for 12 state tournament crowns as this weekend's event makes its inaugural appearance at the University of Maryland's Cole Field House. Old Mill (Class 4A-3A) won its state-record seventh tournament title last season - its first under Jim Grim - while Owings Mills (2A-1A) captured its fifth under Guy Pritzker, who is in his 22nd year as the only coach the Eagles have had. If both teams are successful, it will be the fourth time the programs have won championships in the same season.
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