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July 30, 2003
On July 29, 2003 JACK GARTNER beloved husband of Frieda Gartner (nee Meizlish); beloved father of Scott Gartner, Brian Gartner, Priscilla Kossoy and the late Michael Gartner; devoted brother of Benesch Gartner and the late Rae Price, Isadore Gartner, Gloria Cohen, Esther Fishler and Sam Gartner. Also survived by 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Services were held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday, July 29, at 5 p.m. Interment Swinicher Woliner Benevolent Society Cemetery, 6700 Bowleys Lane.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2013
Bruce Gartner served as acting executive secretary of the Maryland Transportation Authority for seven months before being named permanently to the position last month. That was probably a good thing because the Annapolis resident needs to hit the ground running. The independent state agency, which owns and operates all of the state's toll roads, bridges and tunnels, is in the midst of a six-year, multibillion-dollar capital program and is gearing up to introduce major changes to the state's highway system, including new express toll lanes on Interstate 95 north of Baltimore.
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SPORTS
By Frank Brown and Frank Brown,New York Daily News | November 8, 1991
NEW YORK -- Physically, Mike Gartner looks the same. Same sinewy build, same mustache, same shield on his helmet, same speed, same deadly shot from the right-wing circle. So it is a tricky thing to talk about a new-look Mike Gartner.Something is different, though. For one thing, as the New York Rangers right wing headed into Wednesday night's Madison Square Garden meeting with the Montreal Canadiens, Gartner had more assists (10) than goals (8) -- quite the departure for a forward who is known for his "Cy Young" statistics.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2013
The Maryland Transportation Authority has named Bruce W. Gartner its executive secretary, effective Dec. 11, following seven months of his acting in the role. Gartner, 48, temporarily filled the agency's top position in June for former executive Harold Bartlett, upon Bartlett's retirement. The MdTA is an independent state agency that owns and operates the state's toll roads, bridges and tunnels. The agency has 1,700 employees, including its own police force, an annual operating budget of $270 million and a six-year capital program of $2.2 billion.
NEWS
June 10, 2005
On June 7, 2005, FLORENCE D. GARTNER, beloved member of Emerge Community and long time friend of "Sweetie" Xavier Norwood. Roommate and friend of Mary Jane and Evelyn. Friends are invited to celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday at 9 A.M. at the St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 6950 Dogwood Rd. in Woodlawn, MD. A Viewing will be held at the church on Monday from 8 A.M. to 9 A.M. before the mass. Interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park. Inquiries may be directed to the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc. 410-889-3735.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | February 7, 1993
MONTREAL -- Someone said that the New York Rangers' Mike Gartner should be slowing down at his age -- 33. But the message obviously was misinterpreted. Gartner must have heard only the part about his age and picked up the pace.It was the Mike Gartner All-Star weekend, if the truth is told.Friday, he skated circles around younger players and proved the fastest skater in the skills competition.Yesterday, he scored four goals and an assist to lead the Wales Conference to a 16-6 victory over the Campbell and earn the Most Valuable Player Award.
SPORTS
By Michael Lewis and Michael Lewis,New York Daily News | February 17, 1991
NEW YORK -- He is a skating testimony to perseverance, consistency and durability.While many of his contemporaries have retired or are on the downside of their careers, New York Rangers right wing Mike Gartner has shown no signs of age or slowing down. If hockey is a young man's game, Gartner has become a noted exception. His birth certificate may say 31, but his legs and body go at a pace of a player a decade younger."He's that kind of a guy who takes care of himself," said teammate Jan Erixon.
SPORTS
By DON VITEK | February 14, 1993
Jim Gartner and Mike Taylor Jr. were excellent youth league tenpin bowlers who couldn't wait until they could take their talents to the adult leagues."
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,Staff Writer | February 16, 1992
MERIBEL, France -- They came slashing down this mountain that was covered in a milky-white mist of fog and snow. There were Swiss and Germans and French and Austrians.Stuck in their tucks and their helmets, they looked like a bunch of Volkswagen bugs on skis. One by one they appeared over the ridge and rumbled to this bowl, where a crowd of 15,000 was waiting and cheering and clanging cowbells.This was to be Europe's race, this women's downhill at the Winter Olympics. And these were Europe's champions.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 20, 1996
BOSTON -- Mike Gartner couldn't hide. When the fastest-skater competition began last night in the buildup to the NHL All-Star Game, everyone knew the Toronto Maple Leaf was the man to beat. Gartner was the defending champion and the event's record holder.The Washington Capitals' Peter Bondra appeared to have the advantage going into the final turn, but down the stretch, Gartner turned on the jets. Gartner, 36 and the oldest player in the competition, finished the course in 13.386 seconds to break his own record.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
What was the hardest lesson you've learned so far? "Hire professionals for home improvement projects. I thought installing a patio in my backyard would be a fun DIY project. That was an expensive and painful lesson. On the upside, I now own a tamper. " What's a fact about yourself that will surprise people? "I'm a secret slob. I keep my professional life super organized with color-coded calendars and everything, but my room and car are always a mess. I have dry-cleaning from three months ago in my trunk.
NEWS
December 17, 2005
Donald Gee Wiland, a certified public accountant and auditor, died of cancer Sunday at his Odenton home. He was 66. Family members said he was born in Akron, Ohio, at home during a snowstorm. The Akron Beacon Journal described his birth as a "miracle" because he reportedly did not breathe for 30 minutes after delivery. A doctor called to the home ran him under hot and cold water until he started breathing. He suffered no ill health as a result. He earned a bachelor's degree in 1961 from the University of Virginia's School of Commerce in Charlottesville, where he was a member of the Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity.
BUSINESS
By JANET KIDD STEWART | September 4, 2005
WE ARE PAYING more and more protection money on our financial lives. Identity theft, phishing scams, viruses and worms are turning the convenience of online personal finance into a jungle of security fears. Direct costs to banks and credit companies of computer scams like phishing and identity theft - costs that ultimately flow to consumers - have mounted to more than $1.2 billion, according to research firm Gartner Inc. Sales of scanning software for virus protection and other personal computer security products continue to build, especially after major security breaches in recent months.
NEWS
June 10, 2005
On June 7, 2005, FLORENCE D. GARTNER, beloved member of Emerge Community and long time friend of "Sweetie" Xavier Norwood. Roommate and friend of Mary Jane and Evelyn. Friends are invited to celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday at 9 A.M. at the St. Gabriel Catholic Church, 6950 Dogwood Rd. in Woodlawn, MD. A Viewing will be held at the church on Monday from 8 A.M. to 9 A.M. before the mass. Interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park. Inquiries may be directed to the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc. 410-889-3735.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock | April 17, 2005
YOU ALWAYS said your boss was a maniac. Now experts back you up. John D. Gartner, Johns Hopkins assistant professor of psychiatry, believes U.S. business is replete with leaders whose brains are just a few dopamine molecules shy of earning them a label from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. That's a good thing, he says. In his new book, The Hypomanic Edge: The Link Between (A Little) Craziness and (A Lot of) Success in America, Gartner argues that the benefits delivered by exuberant, driven, slightly nutso entrepreneurs outweigh the numerous drawbacks.
ENTERTAINMENT
By James H. Bready and James H. Bready,Special to the Sun | March 13, 2005
The Hypomanic Edge: The Link Between (A Little) Craziness and (A Lot of) Success in America By John D. Gartner. Simon & Schuster. 357 pages. $26. The public is aware of bipolar disorder, and its high-low mood swings. Biological, it's a common psychosis. But what if there were a separate, less severe medical classification, sub-manias, with shallower depressions? John D. Gartner calls it hypomania, and he finds hypomania spangling American history. Indeed, he credits much of our collective success to individuals who spouted ideas (some of them senseless)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Neal Thompson and Neal Thompson,Sun Staff | February 14, 1999
AMES, Iowa -- To some, Michael Gartner's job, lifestyle and address change 5 1/2 years ago might have seemed dramatic, abrupt, even sad. Before: He sits at a big desk in a big NBC headquarters office in New York's Rockefeller Center, looking down on the famed ice rink, dining upstairs in the Rainbow Room; Tom Brokaw and Bryant Gumbel work for him; he's one of the most powerful, well-paid men in television.After: He sits at a desk -- no office -- in the middle of the cramped newsroom of a small central Iowa newspaper, helping 20-year-old reporters write city council stories as Union Pacific trains rumble and toot along tracks 100 yards from his desk.
NEWS
February 7, 2005
On Friday, February 4, 2005, DIANA GARTNER (nee Goldfaden), graduate of Radcliffe College and one of the founders of the National Organization of Women, loving mother of John Gartner of Towson, MD; dear mother-in-law of Claude Guillemard, Alison Gartner Cohen and Bob Cohen; devoted sister of Linda Berkowitz of Conneticut and Bruce Goldfaden of Florida, devoted daughter of the late Jerald and Irene Goldfaden; loving grandmother of Sarah, Hannah, Claire, and...
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