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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Sun Staff Writer | June 20, 1994
Former Democratic Central Committee Chairwoman Sue-Ellen Hantman scheduled a news conference for noon today in Ellicott City to announce that she plans to challenge Republican County Executive Charles I. Ecker in the election this fall."
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September 12, 2004
On September 9,, 2004, NORMA M. (nee Mark), beloved wife of the late Boris Yaffe, devoted mother of Leslie Hantman and Steven Yaffe, loving mother--in-law of Dr. Ira Hantman and Sheli Yaffe; devoted sister of Mitzi Zerivitz and the late Fay Magid, devoted sister-in-law of Arnold Zerivitz, loving grandmother of Josh and Michael Hantman and Scott Yaffe. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC, 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt Wilson Lane, on Sunday, September 12 at 10 A.M. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Lane.
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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1994
Former Democratic Central Committee Chairwoman Sue-Ellen Hantman is making 1994 look like 1990 all over again. Almost.She said yesterday that she is leaning very strongly toward making a run against County Executive Charles I. Ecker, who, despite a late entrance into the executive's race four years ago, beat a popular, seemingly invincible incumbent.Ms. Hantman thinks she can do the same thing. She said yesterday that she would make a decision within the next two weeks."If I run, I won't be a sacrificial lamb," Ms. Hantman said.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | January 10, 2004
A 27-year-old Marine convicted of fondling a Howard County teen-age recruit last spring was sentenced yesterday to probation before judgment, a disposition that will keep the guilty verdict off his record. Saying that the "positive" in Staff Sgt. Shawn E. Potwin "well outweighs the negative," Howard District Judge Sue-Ellen Hantman sentenced the former Marine recruiter and Glen Burnie resident to 18 months of supervised probation and ordered him to seek sexual harassment counseling. "You may have misinterpreted the actions of an outgoing, flirting teen-ager," Hantman said before imposing the sentence.
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August 23, 1994
When weighing the two choices for the Democratic nominee for Howard County executive, consider the position that candidate Susan Gray took on the now-delayed $200 million Coca-Cola bottling plant proposed for Howard County.Ms. Gray, a self-described "slow growth" advocate, says upon learning of the negotiations for the project that she would have immediately gone to the surrounding Dorsey community to inform citizens of the proposal, though that would have revealed Coke's plans prematurely and might have discouraged it from locating in the county.
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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Sun Staff Writer | September 11, 1994
For county executive candidates Susan Gray and Sue-Ellen Hantman, Tuesday's Democratic primary looms as a minor, but necessary interruption.Republican incumbent Charles I. Ecker is their real prey and both expect to be stalking him as their party's standard bearer Wednesday morning. They mention each other only in passing.Ms. Hantman, who is the choice of party regulars and a former chairwoman of the local Democratic Central Committee, worries that "nothing is happening" within the Ecker administration.
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
Even David S. Hantman's mother acknowledges he'll have a tough time winning his first bid for elected office.And Sue Ellen Hantman should know. The prosecutor and former Democratic Central Committee chairwoman has run and lost two races for delegate, in 1982 and 1986, and she lost a bid for county executive in 1994.This year, her son, David, 28, is taking over the family business of running against the odds. This afternoon at the River Hill Community Association meeting room, the Columbia Democrat formally kicks off his candidacy for the state Senate in District 14 against popular two-term incumbent Republican Christopher J. McCabe.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman was sworn in as Howard County's fifth District Court judge yesterday during a ceremony filled with tributes to a woman whom speakers hailed as a worker bee who has long been committed to community building - and who never gave up on her dream of becoming a judge. Thirteen years after she first applied for a District Court judgeship, Hantman, 57, was tapped last month - as one of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's last three judicial appointees - to fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge C. James "Kit" Sfekas in June.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2002
Sue-Ellen Hantman, a veteran Howard County prosecutor known for her wide-ranging community, political and professional involvement, was named yesterday to the Howard District Court bench. Hantman's appointment, one of the last three of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's eight-year administration, fills the slot left vacant in June by the death of Judge C. James Sfekas. It also fulfills a goal that the 57-year-old Columbia resident had spent the past decade and a half trying to achieve. At least a half-dozen tries for a judgeship - all but one in District Court - have ended in disappointment.
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By Nancy A. Youssef and Nancy A. Youssef,SUN STAFF | October 28, 1998
Two-term state Sen. Christopher J. McCabe says his popularity in the conservative district -- which includes Ellicott City and parts of western Howard County -- has more to do with what he does in the county than in the legislature."
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | November 30, 2003
Caught driving 92 mph on Interstate 95, John Swider won a no-points reprieve from Howard District Judge Sue-Ellen Hantman - only to learn that it would cost him 27 hours of community service. The 34-year-old scuba instructor from Washington tried to beg off, citing his long stays in Puerto Rico for work, but the judge wouldn't budge. "I want you to remember not to speed," she said, as she handed down the sentence last week. "It has to be painful." That philosophy has recently shaped the practices of Howard's newest District Court judge in minor traffic cases - and, in the process, swelled the ranks of volunteers available to government agencies and nonprofit groups in the region.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman was sworn in as Howard County's fifth District Court judge yesterday during a ceremony filled with tributes to a woman whom speakers hailed as a worker bee who has long been committed to community building - and who never gave up on her dream of becoming a judge. Thirteen years after she first applied for a District Court judgeship, Hantman, 57, was tapped last month - as one of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's last three judicial appointees - to fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge C. James "Kit" Sfekas in June.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman was sworn in as Howard County's fifth District Court judge yesterday during a ceremony filled with tributes to a woman whom speakers hailed as a worker bee who has long been committed to community building - and who never gave up on her dream of becoming a judge. Thirteen years after she first applied for a District Court judgeship, Hantman, 57, was tapped last month - as one of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's last three judicial appointees - to fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge C. James "Kit" Sfekas in June.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2002
When departing Gov. Parris N. Glendening appointed veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman to the Howard District Court bench this month, he created a judicial first. For the first time, women will outnumber men on a Howard judicial bench. And it is believed to be the first majority female bench statewide in a court with more than one judge, state officials say. With Hantman's swearing in Thursday, women judges in Howard District Court will outnumber men 3-2. The two county benches combined - Circuit and District courts - will feature an even split.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | December 30, 2002
When departing Gov. Parris N. Glendening appointed veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman to the Howard District Court bench earlier this month, he created a judicial first. For the first time, women will outnumber men on a Howard judicial bench. And it is believed to be the first majority female bench statewide in a court with more than one judge, state officials say. With Hantman's swearing in Thursday, women judges in Howard District Court will outnumber men 3-2. The two county benches combined -- Circuit and District courts -- will feature an even split.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | November 27, 2002
Sue-Ellen Hantman, a veteran Howard County prosecutor known for her wide-ranging community, political and professional involvement, was named yesterday to the Howard District Court bench. Hantman's appointment, one of the last three of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's eight-year administration, fills the slot left vacant in June by the death of Judge C. James Sfekas. It also fulfills a goal that the 57-year-old Columbia resident had spent the past decade and a half trying to achieve. At least a half-dozen tries for a judgeship - all but one in District Court - have ended in disappointment.
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September 12, 2004
On September 9,, 2004, NORMA M. (nee Mark), beloved wife of the late Boris Yaffe, devoted mother of Leslie Hantman and Steven Yaffe, loving mother--in-law of Dr. Ira Hantman and Sheli Yaffe; devoted sister of Mitzi Zerivitz and the late Fay Magid, devoted sister-in-law of Arnold Zerivitz, loving grandmother of Josh and Michael Hantman and Scott Yaffe. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC, 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt Wilson Lane, on Sunday, September 12 at 10 A.M. Interment Baltimore Hebrew Cemetery, Berrymans Lane.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2003
Veteran prosecutor Sue-Ellen Hantman was sworn in as Howard County's fifth District Court judge yesterday during a ceremony filled with tributes to a woman whom speakers hailed as a worker bee who has long been committed to community building - and who never gave up on her dream of becoming a judge. Thirteen years after she first applied for a District Court judgeship, Hantman, 57, was tapped last month - as one of Gov. Parris N. Glendening's last three judicial appointees - to fill the vacancy created by the death of Judge C. James "Kit" Sfekas in June.
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By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,SUN STAFF | September 25, 2002
Three nominees, including two from the public sector, have been added to a short list of candidates forwarded to Gov. Parris N. Glendening for the Howard District Court vacancy created by the June 28 death of Judge C. James "Kit" Sfekas. The three - a Howard assistant state's attorney, an assistant attorney general and a Columbia-based private practice lawyer - join a pool of four candidates who were interviewed by the governor for another judicial vacancy this year and are considered finalists for the current opening.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 13, 1999
A top Howard County prosecutor abruptly resigned yesterday, saying she wanted to become a private attorney.Christine B. Gage was a team leader who was supervising two other attorneys in the county state's attorney's office. She has worked for the Howard office since 1991. Before that, she was a prosecutor in Baltimore County for six years."It was time for me to move on," Gage said. "I resigned today, and I'm leaving today."The news that Gage had resigned and was leaving so quickly shocked prosecutors and others in the courthouse.
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