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February 3, 2007
On Wednesday, January 31, 2007, STANLEY GREENBLATT, beloved husband of the late Joan Greenblatt (nee Friedson); loving father of Harold Greenblatt of San Antonio, TX, Clifford Greenblatt of Owings Mills, MD and Jonathon Greenblatt of Elkton, MD; loving father-in-law of Deborah Greenblatt, Marilyn Greenblatt and Rebecca Greenblatt; devoted brother of Alan (Mary) Greenblatt of Baltimore, MD. Also survived by eight loving grandchildren. Services at Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, February 4 at 9 a.m. Interment Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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HEALTH
By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
Drew Greenblatt has bought health insurance for his 29 employees at Marlin Steel Wire Products for more than a decade - an expense he believes is essential for any safety-conscious manufacturing firm. But for Greenblatt, who has owned the Baltimore-based company since 1998, the effort was complicated this year when his insurer proposed raising premiums 49 percent because of new requirements in the Affordable Care Act. "Our plan, in effect, is not viable because it's not affordable," Greenblatt said.
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NEWS
February 16, 2005
On February 14, 2005 SHIRLEY HOLINSKY (nee Schroeder); beloved wife of the late Hyman Holinsky; loving mother of Susan Schiller, Terry Holinsky, Lynn Creel and Ralph Greenblatt; dear mother-in-law of Jim Schiller, Cindy Holinsky and Constance Mc Quire and the late Virgil Creel; adored sister of the late Leona Goldberg and Cecelia Platt; loving grandmother of Rona Sindler, Sharon Harris, Ron and Sue Holinsky, Andrew, Rachel and Jennifer Holinsky, Molly...
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2012
Drew Greenblatt's company has grown every year for the past six years - something many other firms, buffeted by the sharp recession, can't claim. What makes that all the more notable: It's a manufacturer. In Baltimore. With 35 employees, up from 20 five years ago, Greenblatt's Marlin Steel Wire Products is a small but notable standout in an area with devastating losses in the sector. Nearly half of Maryland's manufacturing jobs vanished in the past three decades, and in the city, the drop was 80 percent.
NEWS
January 16, 2005
On Friday January 14, 2005 VIRGIL "Oz" CREEL, beloved husband of Lynn Creel (nee Greenblatt) beloved brother of John Creel of North Carolina, Sherry Wagoner of Belcamp, MD., Barbara Brewer of Florida and the late Francis Everett Clark, brother-in-law of Patricia Creel, Edward Daniel Wagoner, James Brewer, Ralph and Constance Greenblatt, Terry and Cindy Holinsky, Susan and James Schiller, beloved son of the late Virgil Sr., and Myrtle Creel, son-in-law of...
BUSINESS
By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Sun Staff Writer | September 17, 1994
Thomasville Home Furnishings of the Chesapeake Inc. went out of business yesterday, closing its four Baltimore-area stores and dismissing all but a handful of its 45 employees.Lawyers for the company promised that its chief supplier, Thomasville Furniture Industries of Thomasville, N.C., will complete deliveries to about 2,500 customers who have put down deposits and have not yet received the furniture they ordered."There will be no move for protection from creditors under the bankruptcy laws.
FEATURES
By LAURA LIPPMAN | August 24, 1998
Letters. We get letters. Exactly two to date, inquiring: How do you come up with those clever weekly items that remind us of the funky fun and the funny funks of former Governor-in-All-Probability-Future- Comptroller William Donald Schaefer?Well, Mom, it's a highly complicated process, but here goes:1) Put William Donald Schaefer's name into a computer database of the nation's newspapers, using the seven-day period as the parameters.2) Hit "search" button.3) Close eyes, select item.Elapsed time: Five to seven minutes.
HEALTH
By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
Drew Greenblatt has bought health insurance for his 29 employees at Marlin Steel Wire Products for more than a decade - an expense he believes is essential for any safety-conscious manufacturing firm. But for Greenblatt, who has owned the Baltimore-based company since 1998, the effort was complicated this year when his insurer proposed raising premiums 49 percent because of new requirements in the Affordable Care Act. "Our plan, in effect, is not viable because it's not affordable," Greenblatt said.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1998
The owner of an East Baltimore bar who cashed checks for neighborhood residents was shot and killed yesterday morning in a robbery outside his tavern during what police described as a brazen daylight ambush.Nathan C. Greenblatt, 51, of Pikesville was hit twice in the head and once each in the shoulder and side moments after he parked across the street from his Castle Inn tavern at Castle Street and Lafayette Avenue.By afternoon, Eastern District patrol officers had arrested Robert Joseph Brown, 28, of the 1000 block of E. Biddle St. and charged him with first-degree murder.
BUSINESS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN REPORTER | September 9, 2007
It's hard to hear Drew Greenblatt over the steady - and deafening - ka-chink, ka-chunk of machines snipping steel wire at his factory in Southwest Baltimore. So he turns it up a notch. "That's for Baxter," he hollers, pointing to a giant box full of special-ordered wire baskets ready to be shipped to the drugmaker. Nearby, an employee welds wire for biotech bigwig Amgen Inc. as Greenblatt ticks off a Who's Who list of his other pharmaceutical customers: Pfizer, Roche, Novartis. It is a client roster that is nothing like the one he had when he bought the business - Marlin Steel Wire Products - in 1998 and focused on selling metal baskets to bagel shops for displaying their products.
NEWS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,jamie.smith.hopkins@baltsun.com | October 1, 2008
Wall Street might be in turmoil, but plastic-container manufacturer Maryland Thermoform Corp. is having a great year. Forget contraction - the Baltimore company is looking into equipment and software upgrades. The thing is, those purchases require financing. That's where Wall Street's troubles become Maryland Thermoform's problem. As major banks and investment houses fail, small businesses are finding financing harder to get - never mind if they're growing and didn't have anything to do with mortgages, credit-default swaps or any of the complex financial vehicles bringing big companies down.
BUSINESS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN REPORTER | September 9, 2007
It's hard to hear Drew Greenblatt over the steady - and deafening - ka-chink, ka-chunk of machines snipping steel wire at his factory in Southwest Baltimore. So he turns it up a notch. "That's for Baxter," he hollers, pointing to a giant box full of special-ordered wire baskets ready to be shipped to the drugmaker. Nearby, an employee welds wire for biotech bigwig Amgen Inc. as Greenblatt ticks off a Who's Who list of his other pharmaceutical customers: Pfizer, Roche, Novartis. It is a client roster that is nothing like the one he had when he bought the business - Marlin Steel Wire Products - in 1998 and focused on selling metal baskets to bagel shops for displaying their products.
NEWS
March 1, 2007
On Tuesday, February 27, 2007, ANNA GREENBLATT (nee Monciarz); beloved wife of the late Morris J. Greenblatt; loving mother of the late Frieda L. Ponczak; devoted mother-in-law of Samuel Ponczak; loving grandmother of Raquel and Steven Hecker, Joseph and Marcy Ponczak, Brian and Jana Ponczak; loving great-grandmother of Felicia and Jake Hecker, Harrison and Will Ponczak. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC. 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Thursday March 1, at 10 A.M. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery-Berrymans Lane.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Roger Catlin and Roger Catlin,HARTFORD COURANT | August 14, 2005
America's insatiable obsession with celebrity has resulted in a glut of Hollywood-related "news" shows that are now growing beyond their syndication perches to CNN and, tomorrow, ESPN. It has also spawned an increasing number of series based on an insider's look at showbiz, from Larry David forever trying to close a network deal on Curb Your Enthusiasm to Lisa Kudrow trying her best to fit in the modern sitcom world while starring in a fake reality show on The Comeback. Both are on HBO, which last season presented an inside look at young actors in Hollywood called Unscripted.
NEWS
February 16, 2005
On February 14, 2005 SHIRLEY HOLINSKY (nee Schroeder); beloved wife of the late Hyman Holinsky; loving mother of Susan Schiller, Terry Holinsky, Lynn Creel and Ralph Greenblatt; dear mother-in-law of Jim Schiller, Cindy Holinsky and Constance Mc Quire and the late Virgil Creel; adored sister of the late Leona Goldberg and Cecelia Platt; loving grandmother of Rona Sindler, Sharon Harris, Ron and Sue Holinsky, Andrew, Rachel and Jennifer Holinsky, Molly...
NEWS
January 16, 2005
On Friday January 14, 2005 VIRGIL "Oz" CREEL, beloved husband of Lynn Creel (nee Greenblatt) beloved brother of John Creel of North Carolina, Sherry Wagoner of Belcamp, MD., Barbara Brewer of Florida and the late Francis Everett Clark, brother-in-law of Patricia Creel, Edward Daniel Wagoner, James Brewer, Ralph and Constance Greenblatt, Terry and Cindy Holinsky, Susan and James Schiller, beloved son of the late Virgil Sr., and Myrtle Creel, son-in-law of...
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | November 25, 2003
The Hollywood producers and director of the controversial miniseries The Reagans reacted angrily yesterday to CBS chairman Leslie Moonves' explanation as to how and why his network chose not to air the film about former President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy. In talking to reporters yesterday during a separate CBS news conference, Moonves compared the miniseries directed by Robert Ackerman and produced by Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to Oliver Stone's JFK. He characterized it as "interpretive" and lacking "balance" in the way it presented a political "point of view."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Diane Cole and Diane Cole,Special to the Sun | December 5, 2004
In the uncertain Cold War decades, I grew up with two bedrock certainties: God wrote the Bible, and Shakespeare was the Bard of Avon. These days, in an age that possesses even fewer certainties, I wonder if either wrote anything. My journey to literary and spiritual skepticism began innocently enough with my discovery of an entertaining true-life literary who-done-it from 1996 called, Who Wrote Shakespeare? Actually, author John Mitchell's tantalizing title is something of a misnomer, since he is less interested in finding a definitive answer than in making a case that the question must be posed.
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