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February 13, 2003
On February 12, 2003, GLADYS WOLFE HENDLER (nee Rosen) beloved wife of the late Daniel G. Wolfe and Nathan Hendler, loving mother of Allan Wolfe of Brooklyn, NY and the late Carl Sheldon Wolfe, devoted stepmother of Michael and Royce Hendler, Selvin and Sylvia Passen, devoted sister of Charles Rosen of Chevy Chase, MD, and the late Ben Rosen and Miriam Levitz, dear sister-in-law of Irene Rosen, loving grandmother of Joshua and Ben Wolfe. Services and interment at Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road on Thursday, February 13 at 11 A.M. Please omit flowers.
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By Catherine Rentz, The Baltimore Sun | September 2, 2014
Marc B. Noren, a family law attorney and former manager for the Civil Division of the Clerk's Office of the Baltimore City Circuit Court, died of respiratory failure on Aug. 25, at his home in Pikesville. He was 59 and had suffered for several years from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD. Mr. Noren was a fixture in the Baltimore City court system and family law circles, having begun his career at the age of 19 at the Baltimore City clerk's office. By age 22, he was a leader in one of the civil courts.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | March 12, 1997
Albert "Bud" Hendler, retired president of Hendler Creamery Co., which produced ice cream in the Baltimore area for 60 years, died of heart failure Sunday at Brightwood Center, a retirement community in Brooklandville. He was 86.In 1955, Mr. Hendler took over operation of the company that was founded by his father, L. Manuel Hendler, in 1905. The company was in the former Baltimore City Passenger Railway Co. powerhouse in the 1100 block of E. Baltimore St. and was bought by Borden Co. in 1929.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 20, 2013
Memories of the 1933 kidnapping in Baltimore of Albert Hendler, scion of the wealthy and prominent Hendler Creamery Co. family, have recently been revived in an exhibition of documents relating to the case at the Crime Museum in Washington. The nation was still jittery after the shocking nighttime kidnapping a year earlier of Charles A. Lindbergh Jr., son of aviartion hero Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. and Anne Morrow Lindbergh, from the crib of his home near Hopewell, N.J. Hendler was the son of Lionel Manuel Hendler, the founder in 1905 of the Hendler Creamery Co. in the 1100 block of E. Baltimore St. Early in 1929, the elder Hendler, who was a philanthropist, had sold his company to Borden's for 79,000 shares of Borden's stock in a deal that was estimated at the time to be worth $6 million.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2005
As he talks about the challenge of guarding the top offensive players in collegiate lacrosse, or the escape he enjoys in the works of novelists such as Dan Brown or Robert Ludlum, or the thrill of playing for an NCAA title, Navy senior defenseman Mitch Hendler is relaxed and smiling. The other Hendler, the one junior goalie Matt Russell refers to as "bitter Mitch," has vacated the room. The Midshipmen like having Hendler around, whatever his mood. Some days, Hendler is a grumpy sort who refuses to tolerate mental lapses and will not hesitate to let an offending teammate know about it. After he has suffered through a typically sleepless night before a game, Hendler controls his emotions; unleashes his tenacity, superb positioning and stick skills; and shuts down another scoring threat.
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By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2002
The city yesterday selected a proposal to convert the former Hendler Creamery ice cream factory and two other properties in the Jonestown section of East Baltimore into a neighborhood shopping center and offices. The Baltimore Development Corp., the city's economic development arm, picked the proposal submitted by Jonestown Powerhouse LLC, a joint venture among Azola & Associates Inc., headed by Martin Azola; Banks Contracting Co. Inc., headed by Kenneth Banks; and investors Sylvia and Eddie Brown of Brown Capital Management.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | October 12, 1996
An icon of Baltimore's pop history goes on the block today -- a Kewpie eating strawberry ice cream that has emerged as a peach on the collectibles market.After decades in a dark basement, the artwork of a chubby, smiling baby nourished on platefuls of Hendler's ice cream will be sold at a Timonium auction house, where its presence has attracted national collecting interest.The large lot of memorabilia includes three original Hendler Creamery Kewpies, which helped promote the chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavors on billboards and newspaper ads in Baltimore from 1915 through the 1960s.
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By FRED SCHULTE and FRED SCHULTE,SUN REPORTER | February 9, 2006
The Maryland Board of Physicians has suspended the license of a nationally known pain specialist, alleging that the Baltimore County psychiatrist traded drugs for sex with patients and handed out pain pills without proper prescriptions. Dr. Nelson H. Hendler, medical director and founder of the Mensana Clinic in Stevenson, also is alleged to have had an affair with a patient. Investigators said he admitted having a romantic relationship with the woman, identified as "Patient A." The complaint said she accused him of shoving and choking her in a Baltimore hotel room on July 4, 2004.
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By Edward Gunts and Edward Gunts,Sun Staff Writer | June 15, 1995
Hendler's Ice Cream, a Baltimore favorite for generations, could easily have melted from memory after the much-larger Borden conglomerate bought out the local owners.But part of the once-thriving creamery soon will have more exposure than ever, even though the Hendler brand name is gone.Over the past week, the Jewish Historical Society of Maryland has been removing the mahogany wall panels, mantel and trim from the board room of the historic Hendler building at 1100 E. Baltimore St.Using each piece, workers will reconstruct the 22-foot-square room as part of a $3.5 million expansion of the society, one block away at 15 Lloyd St. When the addition opens in 1997, L. Manuel Hendler's board room will become the society's board room.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,Sun Reporter | December 27, 2006
A Baltimore County psychiatrist who was suspended amid allegations that he traded drugs for sex was sued yesterday by a woman who says he raped her while she was sedated. The lawsuit was filed in Baltimore County Circuit Court by an unnamed woman against Dr. Nelson H. Hendler, medical director and founder of the Mensana Clinic in Stevenson. The lawsuit alleges that the woman, identified in court papers as "Jane Doe II," began seeing Hendler in 1995 after undergoing lower back surgery.
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February 16, 2007
Escapee suspected in home invasion A man caught by police after escaping a psychiatric facility is suspected in a Catonsville home invasion, authorities said yesterday. Maurice Vanison, 36, is accused of fleeing Spring Grove Hospital Center in Catonsville Feb. 8 after assaulting two nurses, state police said. Vanison had been brought to the state psychiatric facility from Central Booking and Intake Center in Baltimore, where he had been held since December on armed robbery, theft and assault charges, according to police.
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By Josh Mitchell and Josh Mitchell,Sun Reporter | December 27, 2006
A Baltimore County psychiatrist who was suspended amid allegations that he traded drugs for sex was sued yesterday by a woman who says he raped her while she was sedated. The lawsuit was filed in Baltimore County Circuit Court by an unnamed woman against Dr. Nelson H. Hendler, medical director and founder of the Mensana Clinic in Stevenson. The lawsuit alleges that the woman, identified in court papers as "Jane Doe II," began seeing Hendler in 1995 after undergoing lower back surgery.
NEWS
July 13, 2006
On Monday, July 10, 2006, MELVIN "Spike" KURLAND beloved husband of Celeste Kurland (nee Lieberman) loving father of Mara Dyan Browning of Bethesda, MD, and Ronald Ira Kurland of Owings Mills, MD, devoted father-in-law of James Browning and Bonnye Kurland, beloved brother of Mildred Isen, Rhona Melnicove and the late Fannie Kerpelman, Kathryn Tuerk, Helen Sherry, Milton Kurland, Louis Kurland, Dr. Leonard T. Kurland and Edwin L. Kurland, loving grandfather of...
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By FRED SCHULTE and FRED SCHULTE,SUN REPORTER | February 10, 2006
A psychiatrist suspended from practice amid allegations that he traded narcotics for sex at a Baltimore County pain clinic is the target of a criminal investigation, police said. "We are still in consultation with the state's attorney's office," Baltimore County police spokesman Bill Toohey said yesterday. As part of their investigation, Baltimore County police seized more than 5,800 pills, including such powerful narcotics as OxyContin and morphine, last month from the Mensana Clinic operated by Dr. Nelson H. Hendler, according to state records.
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By FRED SCHULTE and FRED SCHULTE,SUN REPORTER | February 9, 2006
The Maryland Board of Physicians has suspended the license of a nationally known pain specialist, alleging that the Baltimore County psychiatrist traded drugs for sex with patients and handed out pain pills without proper prescriptions. Dr. Nelson H. Hendler, medical director and founder of the Mensana Clinic in Stevenson, also is alleged to have had an affair with a patient. Investigators said he admitted having a romantic relationship with the woman, identified as "Patient A." The complaint said she accused him of shoving and choking her in a Baltimore hotel room on July 4, 2004.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2005
As he talks about the challenge of guarding the top offensive players in collegiate lacrosse, or the escape he enjoys in the works of novelists such as Dan Brown or Robert Ludlum, or the thrill of playing for an NCAA title, Navy senior defenseman Mitch Hendler is relaxed and smiling. The other Hendler, the one junior goalie Matt Russell refers to as "bitter Mitch," has vacated the room. The Midshipmen like having Hendler around, whatever his mood. Some days, Hendler is a grumpy sort who refuses to tolerate mental lapses and will not hesitate to let an offending teammate know about it. After he has suffered through a typically sleepless night before a game, Hendler controls his emotions; unleashes his tenacity, superb positioning and stick skills; and shuts down another scoring threat.
NEWS
July 13, 2006
On Monday, July 10, 2006, MELVIN "Spike" KURLAND beloved husband of Celeste Kurland (nee Lieberman) loving father of Mara Dyan Browning of Bethesda, MD, and Ronald Ira Kurland of Owings Mills, MD, devoted father-in-law of James Browning and Bonnye Kurland, beloved brother of Mildred Isen, Rhona Melnicove and the late Fannie Kerpelman, Kathryn Tuerk, Helen Sherry, Milton Kurland, Louis Kurland, Dr. Leonard T. Kurland and Edwin L. Kurland, loving grandfather of...
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | November 23, 2001
The Meyerhoffs spent much of their Thanksgiving like any other family, gorging on turkey, joking, squabbling and remembering. But at the behest of family member Lee Hendler, they also tried something new, something Hendler hopes families across the nation will begin doing every Thanksgiving. The Meyerhoffs put off eating for about 30 minutes in their home to reflect on American history through stories, recitations of famous documents and song. "On this Thanksgiving, we are all pioneers doing something new together," said patriarch Harvey M. Meyerhoff.
SPORTS
April 29, 2004
Moves Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Suspended Marlins SS Alex Gonzalez and Phillies C Todd Pratt three games and fined them undisclosed amount for their part in altercation during Thursday's game. Fined Phillies 3B David Bell and Marlins P Carl Pavano undisclosed amount for aggressive actions during incident. Suspended Cubs P Kerry Wood five games and fined him undisclosed amount for inappropriate actions in April 17 game against Reds. Suspended Cubs manager Dusty Baker one game and fined him undisclosed amount for actions in April 16 game against Reds.
NEWS
February 13, 2003
On February 12, 2003, GLADYS WOLFE HENDLER (nee Rosen) beloved wife of the late Daniel G. Wolfe and Nathan Hendler, loving mother of Allan Wolfe of Brooklyn, NY and the late Carl Sheldon Wolfe, devoted stepmother of Michael and Royce Hendler, Selvin and Sylvia Passen, devoted sister of Charles Rosen of Chevy Chase, MD, and the late Ben Rosen and Miriam Levitz, dear sister-in-law of Irene Rosen, loving grandmother of Joshua and Ben Wolfe. Services and interment at Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Road on Thursday, February 13 at 11 A.M. Please omit flowers.
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