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August 9, 2005
On Monday, August 8, 2005, ARNOLD M. HEYMAN, devoted brother of Isabelle M. Laub; also survived by nieces andnephews. Funeral services and Interment will be held at Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Rd on Wednesday August 10 at 11 A.M. Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOLLEVINSON & BROS INC.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2014
Imagine a life without smartphones, without Skype, without Wi-Fi-enabled laptops. Now imagine being a soldier in Afghanistan, patrolling remote valleys with only the most basic form of communication: A radio that can transmit only to other soldiers within your line of sight. For a decade, Patrick DeGroodt and his colleagues labored to improve battlefield communications for U.S. troops. The result is the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical, or "WIN-T" - a secure mobile communications system that allows soldiers to place phone calls, use military computer programs and send videos and photos via email, all from a souped-up Humvee driving down a dirt road halfway across the world.
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NEWS
June 21, 2005
On June 18, 2005, THOMAS B. (Tom); beloved husband for 50 years of Anna Marie (nee Tirocchi) Heyman; loving father of Judy A. Heyman and Thomas B. Heyman, Jr.; loving son of the late Charles and Mary Heyman; devoted brother of Robert Heyman and Richard (Dicky) Heyman; dear brother-in-law of Rita and Edward Warczynski, Louis and Gloria Tirocchi, Rosalie and Albert Riggio, Dolores and Louis Penna, Angela and Jerry Elliott, Marie and Anthony Mingioni, Michael and Linda Tirocchi and Marie Tirocchi and the late Frank and Josephine Tirocchi, Anthony and Joseph Tirocchi, Fanny and Danny Trevisonno.
SPORTS
By Arda Ocal | June 25, 2013
Last week on RAW, Brock Lesnar attacked CM Punk, possibly setting up a match in the future, with some guessing SummerSlam. The story continued last night with CM Punk wanting answers and Paul Heyman assuring him that he wasn't behind the attack. Both Lesnar and Punk are big-ticket players, so a match between them will generate lots of interest. Paul Heyman being in the mix adds intrigue and drama, particularly with the "is he lying" question lingering. With CM Punk in the Money in the Bank ladder match, I look for him to get screwed out of the briefcase by Heyman's client -- because money maters more to Heyman than friendship -- setting up a match at the biggest event of the summer.
NEWS
June 23, 2005
Thomas B. Heyman, a casket salesman, died of a heart attack Saturday at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Nottingham resident was 71. Born in Baltimore and raised in Little Italy, he was a 1951 graduate of Patterson Park High School and was captain of its varsity basketball team. He served in the Army and earned a degree from the University of Baltimore. In 1956, he began selling caskets for the old Baltimore-based National Casket Co. at Lombard and President streets. Since 1980, he had worked for Warfield Rohr Co. He was a member of Little Italy Lodge of the Order of Sons of Italy.
BUSINESS
By Sean Somerville and Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1998
Two old-line Maryland law firms yesterday said that they have combined their practices in an attempt to offer clients a wider range of legal services.The merging of Tydings & Rosenberg LLP and Kaplan, Heyman, Greenberg, Engleman & Belgard PA, both in Baltimore, will create a firm of about 60 lawyers under the Tydings & Rosenberg banner."This combination provides the depth and breadth to serve clients who need a firm large enough to handle the widest array of legal matters -- from antitrust to zoning -- without the bureaucracy and overhead of a mega-firm," said J. Hardin Marion, managing partner of Tydings & Rosenberg.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | May 16, 2009
Friday marked the 10th anniversary of an incident that Lee Chang Ferrell would just as soon forget. On Preakness Day 1999, during the seventh race, a drunken spectator scaled the infield fence at Pimlico Race Course, barged onto the track, raised his fists and took a swipe at a horse as the field of eight barreled down the stretch. Ferrell was the culprit; favored Artax was his target. The punch never landed. Somehow, Ferrell escaped getting trampled. Nearly 100,000 fans watched in horror as jockeys swerved around the man poised defiantly, like a boxer, in the middle of the track.
NEWS
July 19, 2005
On Sunday, July 17, 2005, SUSAN L. BRODY (nee La Cholter); beloved wife of the late Samuel H. Brody; loving mother of Paul S. Brody of Baltimore, MD and Barbara B. Heyman of New York; devoted mother-in-law of Linda Brody and Marvin S. Heyman; beloved sister of Anne Steinbach of Boston, Mass and the late Eve, Sidney and Rebecca La Cholter; loving grandmother of Elizabeth Snyder, Samuel Brody and Jonathan, Lisa, Benjamin and Ruth Heyman; loving great grandmother...
NEWS
June 27, 2003
On Wednesday, June 25, 2003, LEONARD I. HASSMAN; loving husband of the late Tobie Hassman (nee Milliman); beloved father of Dr. Joel Hassman, of Reisterstown, MD., Mark Hassman and Erica Schumer, both of California; beloved step father of David Heyman, of Ellicott City, MD., and Deborah Heyman Kirk, of New York, NY.; devoted father-in-law of Hildy and Sarah Hassman; beloved step father-in-law of Debra Wade Heyman; devoted brother of Peggy and Bernie Ashner,...
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 25, 1998
WASHINGTON -- An investment group that includes Samuel Heyman raised its stake in Life Technologies Inc., a specialty chemical maker that's been a takeover target of Dexter Corp.Heyman, chief executive of International Specialty Products Inc. of Wayne, N.J., and his affiliates raised their stake in Life Technologies to 26.2 percent from 20.42 percent of common TTC shares, according to a regulatory filing.The investors had previously refused to sell their Life Technologies shares under tender offer by specialty-chemical maker Dexter, saying the price was too low.Windsor Locks, Conn.
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By Arda Ocal | May 21, 2013
Two major developments unfolded on Monday's episode of WWE RAW. The first was a big one in many ways - Paul Heyman revealed a new client, Michael McGillicutty, now known as Curtis Axel (Curtis after his father "Mr. Perfect Curt Hennig, Axel after his grandfather Larry "The Axe" Hennig). Though many fans complained about it not being a bigger name (RVD was speculated throughout the day), this is a great move and an even greater opportunity for a superstar to not only have instant credibility being aligned with Paul Heyman (arguably the greatest mouthpiece in pro wrestling history)
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By Arda Ocal | November 15, 2012
During a phone interview with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin today promoting WWE '13 and Redneck Island on CMT, I asked “The Rattlesnake” for his thoughts on the controversial moment on Monday night's Raw involving Paul Heyman faking a heart attack (in case you missed it, detailed info can be found in my Raw recap here ). Austin, the most popular superstar from WWE's Attitude Era -- an Era that prided itself on  pushing the envelope and creating controversial situations that would have fans talking -- had an interesting response: "I believe in pushing the envelope in an aggressive fashion.
SPORTS
By Arda Ocal | November 13, 2012
These two tweets ( here and here ) pretty much summarize the opinions expressed by many people in the WWE Universe in response to part of a segment involving CM Punk, Paul Heyman, Mick Foley and a returning Jerry "The King" Lawler. After what was a thunderous reception for "The King", who returned to work after suffering a heart attack during a live RAW broadcast in Montreal on Sept. 10 , CM Punk and Paul Heyman interrupted Lawler's "thank you" speech. CM Punk centered his promo largely on Lawler's heart attack, calling it a "stunt" and saying that had Lawler stayed in the ring he would have "beaten him to death.
SPORTS
October 10, 2012
Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) of theScore Television Network and The Baltimore Sun spoke with Paul Heyman (@HeymanHustle) about returning to the WWE, CM Punk, his ECW days and more.
SPORTS
By Arda Ocal | May 10, 2012
On Raw this week, somehow, some way, Paul Heyman was back in a WWE ring. The response has been overwhelmingly positive, especially from WWE superstars, legends and employees on Twitter. Chris Jericho , CM Punk , Shawn Michaels , Lance Storm , Matt Hardy and Joey Styles all tweeted what most of us long-time hardcore wrestling fans were thinking. This is the first time Heyman has been seen in WWE since 2006, when ECW was revived as a brand under the WWE umbrella.
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By Matt Vensel | September 19, 2011
The Orioles, who can officially avoid the 100-loss plateau with one win in Monday's doubleheader against the Red Sox, haven't made a big splash in free agency in recent years -- unless you count overpaying for Zombie Vladimir Guerrero or inking the immortal Garrett Atkins -- but Jon Heyman says this winter could be different. Heyman, who is a national baseball writer for Sports Illustrated , believes the Orioles are the favorites to sign Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder , who said last week that this is likely his last season in Milwaukee . “They've used power-hitting but strikeout-prone Mark Reynolds and Chris Davis at first base since trading Derrek Lee, but it isn't certain how sold they are on either one,” Heyman speculated.
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1999
A Rockville-based specialty chemical maker embroiled in a battle over shareholder control said yesterday that it will no longer pay a quarterly dividend. Life Technologies Inc. had paid a 5-cent dividend for the past eight quarters.Life Technologies is controlled by Dexter Corp., a Windsor Locks, Conn., company that makes chemicals for the aerospace, food packaging, electronics and medical markets. Late last year Dexter, which holds 71.4 percent of Life Technologies shares, made a bid for the remaining shares, but the investment firm that controls most of them did not like the offer -- initially $37 a share and eventually reaching $39.125.
NEWS
October 26, 2009
People of all ages, from newborns to the elderly, may experience anemia - the lack of healthy red blood cells in the body - at some point in their lives. It is estimated that there are 3.5 million people in the United States who have anemia. Dr. Meyer R. Heyman, a hematologist who directs the Center for Blood Disorders at St. Agnes Hospital, discusses the condition. * Red blood cells carry oxygen from the lungs to all parts of the body; therefore, those with anemia do not get sufficient oxygen-rich blood.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman and Mike Klingaman,mike.klingaman@baltsun.com | May 16, 2009
Friday marked the 10th anniversary of an incident that Lee Chang Ferrell would just as soon forget. On Preakness Day 1999, during the seventh race, a drunken spectator scaled the infield fence at Pimlico Race Course, barged onto the track, raised his fists and took a swipe at a horse as the field of eight barreled down the stretch. Ferrell was the culprit; favored Artax was his target. The punch never landed. Somehow, Ferrell escaped getting trampled. Nearly 100,000 fans watched in horror as jockeys swerved around the man poised defiantly, like a boxer, in the middle of the track.
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