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August 25, 2004
On Sunday, August 22, 2004, SAMUEL GLAZER; beloved husband of the late Rose Glazer (nee Pikkel); devoted father of Sharon Glazer of Reisterstown, MD and Stephen Glazer of Owings Mills, MD; devoted brother of the late Hyman, Joseph, Louis and Abraham Glazer, Evelyn Grossman; loving grandfather of Morgan and Kelsey Glazer. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday, August 24 at 12 noon. Interment Hebrew Young Men's Cemetery, Windsor Mill Road.
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Dan Rodricks | April 25, 2012
I'll tell you what annoys me: the buy-one-get-one-free deal on strawberries at the supermarket. First of all, you must have the store's bonus card to get the deal. Plus, they really don't want you to know the price of the first item, so they print it so small on a card so far across the produce bin that you need a drone with advanced optics to fly over and read it. Since we're on the subject, I'll tell you what else annoys me: •Seven dollars for a medium-size bag of popcorn at the movies in Hunt Valley.
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November 20, 2003
On November 18, 2003, HARRY GLAZER, beloved husband of Ruth Glazer (nee Weisman), beloved father of Bill Glazer and Ann Glazer Shaivitz, devoted father-in-law of Karen Glazer and Dr. Edward Shaivitz, devoted brother of the late Robert Glazer, Ella Newman, Mary Shalowitz and Minna Rubinstein, loving grandfather of Joshua and Mara Glazer. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Wednesday, November 19, at 12 noon. Interment Mikro Kodesh Beth Israel Congregation Cemetery, 6700 Bowleys Lane.
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By Edward Lee | November 18, 2011
Ravens offensive coordinator Cam Cameron has not endeared himself to many fans with his curious play-calling this season. According to one analyst, that dissatisfaction is being shared by people within the Ravens organization. The NFL Network's Jay Glazer painted Cameron as a stubborn leader who is unwilling to make in-game adjustments despite input from his coaching colleagues and players. “He's been driving people there crazy,” Glazer said during the network's “Thursday Night Kickoff” show.
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October 15, 2003
On October 13, 2003, PHILIP "Kelly" GLAZER; beloved husband of Jessie Glazer (nee Bernfeld); beloved father of Esta Glazer-Semmel; devoted father-in-law of Ralph Semmel; loving grandfather of Sarah and Daniel Semmel. Mr. Glazer is predeceased by four brothers and one sister. Services at The Meeting House, 5885 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD (21045) on Wednesday, October 15 at 12 noon. Please omit flowers. Family at home at 5001-3 Green Mountain Circle, Columbia, MD (21044). Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON AND BROS, INC.
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January 11, 2004
On January 9, 2004, DOROTHY ETHEL GLAZER (nee Herman), beloved wife of the late Leon Glazer; loving mother ofRochelle Glazer Cohen and Howard Glazer, both of Owings Mills; adored sister of the late Emanuel and Julius Herman; loving grandmother of Holly S. Venick, Melissa R. Cohen, Bryan S., Samantha B., and Megan E. Glazer. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, January 11, at 10 A.M. Interment at Anshe Emunah (Aitz Chaim) Cemetery, 3901 Washington Blvd.
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By Ken Murray | October 2, 1991
Malcolm I. Glazer formally threw his hat into the NFL's expansion ring yesterday when he filed an ownership application for a team in Baltimore.Glazer, founder of First Allied Corp., issued a statement that said his application gives the NFL what it is looking for -- "a financially strong single owner, a brand new football stadium, and most importantly a great city."He cited a line in the league's application form that said the NFL "has traditionally looked with favor on consolidation of ownership interests in a club in as few hands as possible, to minimize intra-club dispute potential."
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By Los Angeles Times | May 21, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Malcolm I. Glazer, president of First Allied Corp. of Boynton Beach, Fla., has been trying to purchase the San Diego Padres from Tom Werner.Glazer, 66, owns TV stations, real estate and stocks. He was recently an unsuccessful bidder for an NFL expansion franchise in Baltimore.Sources say a Padres sale would be approved only if the team remains in San Diego and that no deal has been completed between Werner and Glazer.
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By Los Angeles Times | May 21, 1994
LOS ANGELES -- Malcolm I. Glazer, president of First Allied Corp. of Boynton Beach, Fla., has been trying to purchase the San Diego Padres from Tom Werner.Glazer, 66, owns TV stations, real estate and stocks. He was recently an unsuccessful bidder for an NFL expansion franchise in Baltimore.Sources say a Padres sale would be approved only if the team remains in San Diego and that no deal has been completed between Werner and Glazer.The Padres' 1994 pace, meanwhile, projects to 120 losses, 10 more than in their first year of 1969.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,Sun Staff Writer | January 16, 1995
Amid signs that the final glitches in his bid for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may have been cleared up, Malcolm Glazer said last night he "is all smiles" about his prospects for buying the team today.Glazer met yesterday with attorneys, who spoke by telephone with trustees selling the franchise for the estate of late owner Hugh Culverhouse."We had a good meeting today, and we're having a meeting tomorrow. We're looking forward to making an announcement tomorrow," Glazer, a Palm Beach, Fla.-based financier, said yesterday.
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By Todd Karpovich, Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 20, 2010
When the second-ranked Marriotts Ridge boys soccer team gathered in August to prepare for the season, the players knew they had a bull's-eye on their backs as the defending state champions. The Mustangs fully embraced the challenge. Marriotts Ridge rolled through the regular season with only one loss and then dominated the state playoffs, scoring 16 goals and allowing one. In Saturday night's Class 2A state championship, Marriotts Ridge completed its mission, earning the program's second title with a 1-0 victory over No. 4 Liberty at UMBC.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | July 23, 2010
Kimco Realty Vice President Geoff Glazer said he was excited about the new Wilde Lake Village Center redevelopment plan, which he presented to a packed house of nearly 200 residents Thursday night. But when he and architect Bryce Turner finished, the first question took the issue back to square one. "I have one simple question," said Spence Lean, 25. "Where is the full-service grocery store?" Glazer's tentative concept would demolish the long-empty Giant supermarket building, place about 200 apartments in two new five-story buildings close to existing tennis courts, eliminate an existing Crown gas station on Twin Rivers Road and place a two-story, 27,000-square-foot retail/office building where the defunct Produce Galore store sits, still partially boarded up after a small fire.
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April 5, 2009
On April 3, 2009, FRANK GLAZER; husband of Shirley Stiner; two step children; grandfather of three step grandchildren and step great-grandfather of one. Graveside service will be held Sunday, April 5, 2009, 10 A.M at Chizuk Amuno Cemetery on Rodgers Avenue.
NEWS
September 23, 2006
Joe Glazer, 88, a singer-songwriter who rallied union loyalists and sympathizers, died Tuesday at his Chevy Chase home of non-Hodgkins lymphoma. Mr. Glazer, often called Labor's Troubadour, sang songs of solidarity on picket lines and union halls in almost every state. He also performed for many liberal politicians; in 1980, President Jimmy Carter invited him to play at the White House. He recorded more than 30 albums, wrote a book about labor music, recorded the songs of others and helped recruit a new generation of protest singers.
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September 18, 2005
On Thursday, September 15, 2005, LEAH LEAVEY (nee Pats), beloved wife of the late Herman J. Leavey. Loving mother of Stephen Leavey of Silver Spring, MD., and Dr. Marc Leavey of Baltimore, MD. Devoted mother-in-law of Marlene and Marcia Leavey. Beloved sister of Bessie Schendlinger of Ft. Lauderdale, FL., Dr. Albert Pats of Baltimore, MD. and the late Sidney Pats. Loving grandmother of Aaron and Rebecca Leavey, Milissa Leavey, Amy and David Glazer, Michael and Shauna Leavey, Rachel and Rabbi Daniel Plotkin and Dena Leavey.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2005
WASHINGTON - Malcolm Glazer's contentious takeover of famous English soccer team Manchester United gained an audience with the NFL's finance committee yesterday during ownership meetings. Glazer, who owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and once tried to win an expansion team for Baltimore, must account for Manchester United's announced plans to build a casino and entertainment complex near Old Trafford, its stadium. Although the NFL bans owners from holding stakes in casinos, league spokesman Greg Aiello described the development as "a blip on the radar screen" in the two-day meetings at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel.
NEWS
January 19, 1992
SALISBURY -- To reach Malcolm Glazer's only other Maryland venture, drive north out of Salisbury on U.S. 13, past the Motel Miami.The Salisbury Mobile Home Park is one of many quiet moneymakers Mr. Glazer has around the country.He purchased the 200-lot park in 1972 for $450,000. Characteristically, he put down only $60,000 on the 24-acre property and persuaded the owners, a Salisbury family, to take back a 25-year mortgage on the rest.Twenty years ago, the mobile home park was well-removed from Salisbury development.
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By KEN ROSENTHAL | November 6, 1993
Pick an owner, any owner.Robert McNair? Sounds good.Alfred Lerner? Worth a look.Jeffrey Lurie? Why not?And so we enter the latest -- but surely not final -- stage of that jump-on-command, show-no-shame, sell-your-soul enterprise known as the race to bring Baltimore an NFL franchise.Boogie Weinglass? Malcolm Glazer? Never heard of 'em. From every indication, the city's only hope of landing a team is to find a third potential owner, a filthy rich white knight to deliver us to the league of bye weeks, injured quarterbacks and empty promises.
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By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | December 13, 2004
More than 190 years after they attempted an attack on Baltimore, the British - at least some of them - are planning a figurative one. Spurred by a comment made by advertising executive Bob Leffler in Tuesday's editions of The Sun, some supporters of Manchester United are planning to protest Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer's attempt to buy controlling interest in the most famous soccer team in the world at Leffler's annual Christmas party this...
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By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2004
Bob Leffler started his career in marketing working for the most hated man in Baltimore. Today, more than 20 years later, he has moved on to working for the most hated man in England. As Tampa Bay Buccaneers owner Malcolm Glazer continues his quest to gain controlling interest in the most well-known soccer team in the world - England's Manchester United - he has again called on Leffler's marketing firm in Baltimore to run interference. "They know me, they know what I can do," Leffler said of the 12-year relationship that began with Glazer's attempt to obtain an NFL expansion team for Baltimore.
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