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February 22, 2007
On Monday, February 19, 2007, LEONARD GOTTLIEB, loving husband of Rose Bernice Gottlieb (nee Appel); loving father of Howard Gottlieb of Rockville, MD, Linda Schwartz of Buffalo, NY and Jodye Robey of Churchton, MD; dear father-in-law of Valeria Gottlieb, Jim Schwartz and Raymond Robey III; devoted brother of the late Benjamin, Conrad and Frank Gottlieb, Hilda Thorpe Shapiro, Lee Feldman and Betty Springer. Also survived by six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Wednesday, February 21, 12 noon.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2012
There were 22 players, seven on scholarship, on the Towson University baseball roster when Mike Gottlieb took over as the coach at his alma mater in 1988. The Tigers won the East Coast Conference championship that season. There will be 35 players on the roster, 15 on scholarship, when Towson plays its next -- and presumably last -- season of baseball next spring. In hearing the news Tuesday that a program that has been a big part of his life since he came to Baltimore in the mid-1970s from Long Island will likely be cut as part of the athletic department's proposed reorganization, Gottlieb's emotions swirl in a mix of sadness and anger.
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SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2000
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Five years after experiencing the harsh reality of the national spotlight, Doug Gottlieb is basking in its glow. Oklahoma State's crafty point guard will be on center stage in the East Regional final today as the Cowboys attempt to lasso the pressure defense Florida used to eliminate top-seeded Duke on Friday night. He has come full circle since the dark days when he was a freshman at Notre Dame, a Jewish kid from Southern California at the nation's most storied Catholic university.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | March 3, 2012
College baseball UM now 6-1; Towson's Gottlieb wins his 600th Ryan Holland delivered a two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth to break a 2-2 tie and lift host Maryland (6-1) to a 3-2 victory over Manhattan (1-4). The Terps are off to their best start in 37 years and have an ERA of 1.20. ... Coach Mike Gottlieb earned his 600th and 601st career victories as Towson (3-5) earned 9-2 and 6-0 victories over visiting Central Connecticut (0-2)
NEWS
March 5, 2005
On March 2, 2005, ARLENE KIRSHNER (nee Gottlieb); beloved wife of Robert Kirshner; beloved mother of Kim Dalton, of Boca Raton, FL; devoted mother-in-law of Lional Dalton; loving sister of Marcia Gottlieb, of NY, Gerry Gottlieb, of NY and Myra Peskin, of CA; beloved daughter of Mae (nee Rosenblatt) and late Sidney Gottlieb; loving grandmother of Laila Dalton; loving aunt of Susannah Peskin, Eric Gottlieb and Leah Gottlieb. Services will be held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Friday, March 4, 2005, at 1 P.M. Interment at Har Sinai Congregation Cemetery, at Garrison Forest Road.
NEWS
March 15, 2005
On Saturday, March 12, 2005, ROSE PECK (nee Gottlieb); beloved wife of the late Franklin Peck; devoted mother of Larry Peck of Bel Air, MD, and Janice Wellman of Coral Springs, FL; dear mother-in-law of Pat Peck; devoted sister of Moe Gottlieb of Florida and the late Jack Gottlieb and Stella Siegel. Also survived by seven loving grandchildren and 15 loving great-grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Thursday, March 17 at 11 A.M. Interment Bnai Rueben Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale.
NEWS
June 7, 2002
Dee Dee Ramone, 50, a founding member of the pioneer punk band the Ramones and one of its major songwriters, was found dead of a possible drug overdose Wednesday night in his Hollywood home, the coroner's office. Mr. Ramone, whose real name was Douglas Glenn Colvin, was found dead on the couch by his wife when she returned home at 8:25 p.m. Wednesday, said Craig Harvey, operations chief for the coroner's office. "The investigator noted drug paraphernalia, including a single syringe on the kitchen counter, and we are handling it as a possible accidental overdose," Mr. Harvey said.
NEWS
By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1998
Taking aim at the nation's mayors, a prominent gun owners organization issued a threat yesterday to Baltimore and the dozens of other cities considering suits against America's firearms manufacturers: If you sue gun makers, we'll sue you.Officials with the Second Amendment Foundation, a Bellevue, Wash., group that claims 600,000 gun owners as members, say they have begun drawing up lawsuits against New Orleans and Chicago. This fall, those two cities became the first to pursue the gun makers in court, where they seek damages for the police, emergency and medical costs associated with gun violence.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | August 25, 2006
DURHAM, N.C. --On March 21, a week after a black woman charged that she had been raped by three white Duke University lacrosse players, the police sergeant supervising the investigation met with the sexual-assault nurse who had examined the woman. The sergeant, Mark D. Gottlieb, reviewed the medical report, which said little: some swelling, no visible bruises. But Gottlieb's case notes also recount what the nurse told him in response to his questions: that the woman appeared to be in so much pain that it took "an extended period of time" to examine her and that the "blunt force trauma" seen in the examination "was consistent with the sexual assault that was alleged by the victim."
SPORTS
By Mike Dowd and Mike Dowd,Special to The Evening Sun | May 24, 1991
ORONO, Maine -- Towson State baseball coach Mike Gottlieb said there is one hard and fast rule a relatively unknown team like his must remember when facing a national power like Mississippi State, especially in the postseason.Don't let the big-time team have any big innings.Gottlieb's Tigers forgot his rule in the first and sixth innings of yesterday's opening round of the NCAA Northeast Regional at the University of Maine. The result was a 10-4 Mississippi State victory and an uphill fight for Towson (27-22-1)
NEWS
February 22, 2007
On Monday, February 19, 2007, LEONARD GOTTLIEB, loving husband of Rose Bernice Gottlieb (nee Appel); loving father of Howard Gottlieb of Rockville, MD, Linda Schwartz of Buffalo, NY and Jodye Robey of Churchton, MD; dear father-in-law of Valeria Gottlieb, Jim Schwartz and Raymond Robey III; devoted brother of the late Benjamin, Conrad and Frank Gottlieb, Hilda Thorpe Shapiro, Lee Feldman and Betty Springer. Also survived by six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Wednesday, February 21, 12 noon.
NEWS
By New York Times News Service | August 25, 2006
DURHAM, N.C. --On March 21, a week after a black woman charged that she had been raped by three white Duke University lacrosse players, the police sergeant supervising the investigation met with the sexual-assault nurse who had examined the woman. The sergeant, Mark D. Gottlieb, reviewed the medical report, which said little: some swelling, no visible bruises. But Gottlieb's case notes also recount what the nurse told him in response to his questions: that the woman appeared to be in so much pain that it took "an extended period of time" to examine her and that the "blunt force trauma" seen in the examination "was consistent with the sexual assault that was alleged by the victim."
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2005
Jason Maxey is a perfect fit for the new Tigers from Towson. The slugging first baseman has arrived from Maryland just in time to lead a home run assault that has carried Maxey and the Tigers to the top of the NCAA Division I home run charts. Maxey is tied for the lead in the nation with Oklahoma State's Adam Carr with 17, and the Towson team is No. 1 with 78 homers in 39 games. Maxey is threatening to become the first Tiger to lead the country in home runs. Maxey's home run show comes from the No. 5 or No. 6 spot in the batting order, with both Casper Wells and Mark Chiccini usually hitting ahead of him. Wells is right behind Maxey with 15 homers.
NEWS
March 15, 2005
On Saturday, March 12, 2005, ROSE PECK (nee Gottlieb); beloved wife of the late Franklin Peck; devoted mother of Larry Peck of Bel Air, MD, and Janice Wellman of Coral Springs, FL; dear mother-in-law of Pat Peck; devoted sister of Moe Gottlieb of Florida and the late Jack Gottlieb and Stella Siegel. Also survived by seven loving grandchildren and 15 loving great-grandchildren. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Thursday, March 17 at 11 A.M. Interment Bnai Rueben Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale.
NEWS
March 5, 2005
On March 2, 2005, ARLENE KIRSHNER (nee Gottlieb); beloved wife of Robert Kirshner; beloved mother of Kim Dalton, of Boca Raton, FL; devoted mother-in-law of Lional Dalton; loving sister of Marcia Gottlieb, of NY, Gerry Gottlieb, of NY and Myra Peskin, of CA; beloved daughter of Mae (nee Rosenblatt) and late Sidney Gottlieb; loving grandmother of Laila Dalton; loving aunt of Susannah Peskin, Eric Gottlieb and Leah Gottlieb. Services will be held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Friday, March 4, 2005, at 1 P.M. Interment at Har Sinai Congregation Cemetery, at Garrison Forest Road.
NEWS
June 7, 2002
Dee Dee Ramone, 50, a founding member of the pioneer punk band the Ramones and one of its major songwriters, was found dead of a possible drug overdose Wednesday night in his Hollywood home, the coroner's office. Mr. Ramone, whose real name was Douglas Glenn Colvin, was found dead on the couch by his wife when she returned home at 8:25 p.m. Wednesday, said Craig Harvey, operations chief for the coroner's office. "The investigator noted drug paraphernalia, including a single syringe on the kitchen counter, and we are handling it as a possible accidental overdose," Mr. Harvey said.
SPORTS
By John W.Stewart | May 23, 1991
Although it doesn't always work the way they want, college coaches spend their lives trying to couple recruiting and winning. Success in one often leads to success in the other.Towson State baseball coach Mike Gottlieb has spent the past two weeks savoring winning and chasing the future, but this afternoon, he goes back to coaching. The Tigers will face Mississippi State in the opening round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Northeast Regional tournament at Orono, Maine.The winning was a surprising three-game sweep of the East Coast Conference tournament and its accompanying NCAA bid. won it, but don't ask me how," Gottlieb says now. As for the recruiting, he sees no secret to it. "You get players with talent and then hope they play as well as they are capable.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2005
Jason Maxey is a perfect fit for the new Tigers from Towson. The slugging first baseman has arrived from Maryland just in time to lead a home run assault that has carried Maxey and the Tigers to the top of the NCAA Division I home run charts. Maxey is tied for the lead in the nation with Oklahoma State's Adam Carr with 17, and the Towson team is No. 1 with 78 homers in 39 games. Maxey is threatening to become the first Tiger to lead the country in home runs. Maxey's home run show comes from the No. 5 or No. 6 spot in the batting order, with both Casper Wells and Mark Chiccini usually hitting ahead of him. Wells is right behind Maxey with 15 homers.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | March 26, 2000
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Five years after experiencing the harsh reality of the national spotlight, Doug Gottlieb is basking in its glow. Oklahoma State's crafty point guard will be on center stage in the East Regional final today as the Cowboys attempt to lasso the pressure defense Florida used to eliminate top-seeded Duke on Friday night. He has come full circle since the dark days when he was a freshman at Notre Dame, a Jewish kid from Southern California at the nation's most storied Catholic university.
NEWS
By Joe Mathews and Joe Mathews,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1998
Taking aim at the nation's mayors, a prominent gun owners organization issued a threat yesterday to Baltimore and the dozens of other cities considering suits against America's firearms manufacturers: If you sue gun makers, we'll sue you.Officials with the Second Amendment Foundation, a Bellevue, Wash., group that claims 600,000 gun owners as members, say they have begun drawing up lawsuits against New Orleans and Chicago. This fall, those two cities became the first to pursue the gun makers in court, where they seek damages for the police, emergency and medical costs associated with gun violence.
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