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April 19, 2004
On Wednesday April 14, 2004 BARBARA E. (nee Blattner) HOLSTEIN, age 82, a lifelong resident of Baltimore. She is survived by 4 children R. Bruce Holstein, D. Ronald Holstein, Jeffrey Holstein and Amy Holstein, 9 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and 3 nieces. A Memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2013
Elizabeth H. Breidenbaugh, who with her husband owned and operated a Baltimore County dairy farm for nearly 50 years, died Monday of a heart attack at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 81. The daughter of a farmer and a schoolteacher, Elizabeth Bennett Harlan was born in Baltimore and raised at her family's Belvedere Farm in Fallston, where she helped her father regularly milk his registered Jersey cows. Beginning early in her life, she demonstrated a lifelong interest in raising and showing Jersey cows, so much so that she was given the nickname of "Jersey.
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NEWS
August 14, 2005
HOLSTEIN, FLORENCE (nee Waters). Born June 28, 1916, died peacefully Friday, August 12, 2005, at 12:40 P.M. She was surrounded by the loving support of her family at Manor Health Care Joppa Road. Prior to 1999, Mrs. Holstein was a resident of Woodstock Avenue and the Shrine of the Little Flower Parish. She was preceded in death by her husband Milton B. Holstein and her only child, Milton H. Holstein. Survived by her grandchildren, M. Daniel Holstein, of KY and S. Katherine Holstein (Mrs.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2010
Move over, Justin Bieber — another Justin has trumped your arrival in Timonium. A Holstein calf was born Sunday afternoon at the University of Maryland birthing center at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, and fair officials said there were no surprises when a group of more than 100 children were tasked with naming the newborn. "Justin," the calf — named after Bieber, who will play a sold-out show at the fairgrounds tonight — was born just after 3:20 p.m. and weighed in at 80 lbs. Justin's mother, who had been in labor since around noon, doesn't have a name.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2010
Move over, Justin Bieber — another Justin has trumped your arrival in Timonium. A Holstein calf was born Sunday afternoon at the University of Maryland birthing center at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, and fair officials said there were no surprises when a group of more than 100 children were tasked with naming the newborn. "Justin," the calf — named after Bieber, who will play a sold-out show at the fairgrounds tonight — was born just after 3:20 p.m. and weighed in at 80 lbs. Justin's mother, who had been in labor since around noon, doesn't have a name.
NEWS
By David Willman and Jube Shiver and David Willman and Jube Shiver,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 28, 2003
WASHINGTON - Federal agriculture officials said yesterday that they had traced a Holstein infected with mad cow disease in southeastern Washington state to a herd of 74 dairy cows brought to the United States more than two years ago from Alberta, Canada. "That's most likely where she became infected," said Dr. Ronald DeHaven, chief veterinarian for the Department of Agriculture, who added that officials were working with cattlemen to locate the other 73 cows. But a disagreement flared between the Americans and Canadians regarding the age of the Holstein - and in which of the two countries the animal most likely acquired mad cow disease.
NEWS
By Heather Dewar and Heather Dewar,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2002
It's a brave new world in the barnyard. Cloned cows are becoming commonplace just five years after scientists created the first one, a Holstein steer named Gene. A handsome black-and-white Holstein heifer, created from a few cells scraped out of a champion's ear, sold for a mere $31,000 in Westminster yesterday. A Midwestern milk cow syndicate bought her, paying more than 10 times the going price for a fairly good milk cow. But the unromantically named Ada 3-ETN went for far less than the first commercially available Holstein clones, which sold at national auctions a little more than a year ago. Spotlights, smoke machines and other hoopla surrounded those clones, which sold before they were born for $80,000 to $100,000.
NEWS
July 5, 2004
On Friday, July 2, 2004, HAROLD WILLIAM HAMMER, beloved husband of Shirley Hammer (nee Rubinson), loving father of Dr. Lawrence Hammer, M.D. of California, Ann Holstein of Baltimore, and Jonathan Hammer of Baltimore, dear father-in-law of Dr. Donna Chaet, M.D., Ronald Holstein, and Teresa Hammer, devoted brother of Jerome Hammer of Florida, Mildred Richter of NY and Harriett Wallerstein of NY, adored grandfather of Richard Hammer, Sarah Hammer, Jessica Holstein,...
NEWS
January 30, 2005
On January 27, 2005, HELANE W. LEVINE (nee Wolf); beloved wife of the late Gilbert "Buddy" Levine; loving mother of David M. Levine of Baltimore, MD, Alyse L. Holstein of Syracuse, NY and Nanette L. Oppenheimer of Potomac, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Philip L. Holstein and Dr. Michael E. Oppenheimer; beloved sister of Ruth Green of Arlington, VA; loving grandmother of Aaron Levine, Gregory Holstein, Erin Holstein, Joshua Oppenheimer and Jamie Oppenheimer....
NEWS
April 8, 2006
On Thursday, April 6, 2006, SHIRLEY HAMMER (nee Rubinson); beloved wife of the late Harold William Hammer; loving mother of Dr. Lawrence Hammer, M.D., of San Francisco, CA, Ann Holstein, of Baltimore and Jonathan Hammer, of Baltimore, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Dr. Donna Chaet, M.D. and Ronald Holstein; beloved sister of Norman Rubinson, of Miami, FL; loving grandmother of Richard and Sarah Hammer, Jessica, Stephanie and Megan Holstein. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 9, at 9 A.M. Interment Arlington Cemetery-Chizuk Amuno Congregation, N. Rogers Avenue.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | October 6, 2009
Eugene "Euke" Todd, a former Harford County cattleman turned developer, died in his sleep Sept. 30 at his Bel Air home. He was 87. Born in Galax, Va., the son of farmers, Mr. Todd was a child when he moved with his family to Colorado Springs. "His father had tuberculosis and doctors advised that he move to the drier climate of Colorado. After he regained his health, he moved in the early 1930s to Pylesville," said a daughter, Cara T. Blount of Bel Air. Mr. Todd, who had attended Bel Air High School, helped his father manage several Harford County farms and hauled livestock to market from surrounding local farms as well as from farms in Pennsylvania and Delaware.
NEWS
By GARRISON KEILLOR | February 8, 2007
As a clean and articulate man, I was surprised to see the "Biden for President" movement run over a bicycle while backing out of the driveway and then take out the gladiolas, but there it was, and the distinguished gentleman from Delaware had to go on Comedy Central to explain himself and then clarify his explanations. All of us little macacas derive some pleasure from this, of course, seeing big guys stumble. It's Darwinism in action. Your head gets too big and your pants too tight and you trip and fall down.
NEWS
April 8, 2006
On Thursday, April 6, 2006, SHIRLEY HAMMER (nee Rubinson); beloved wife of the late Harold William Hammer; loving mother of Dr. Lawrence Hammer, M.D., of San Francisco, CA, Ann Holstein, of Baltimore and Jonathan Hammer, of Baltimore, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Dr. Donna Chaet, M.D. and Ronald Holstein; beloved sister of Norman Rubinson, of Miami, FL; loving grandmother of Richard and Sarah Hammer, Jessica, Stephanie and Megan Holstein. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 9, at 9 A.M. Interment Arlington Cemetery-Chizuk Amuno Congregation, N. Rogers Avenue.
NEWS
August 14, 2005
HOLSTEIN, FLORENCE (nee Waters). Born June 28, 1916, died peacefully Friday, August 12, 2005, at 12:40 P.M. She was surrounded by the loving support of her family at Manor Health Care Joppa Road. Prior to 1999, Mrs. Holstein was a resident of Woodstock Avenue and the Shrine of the Little Flower Parish. She was preceded in death by her husband Milton B. Holstein and her only child, Milton H. Holstein. Survived by her grandchildren, M. Daniel Holstein, of KY and S. Katherine Holstein (Mrs.
NEWS
January 30, 2005
On January 27, 2005, HELANE W. LEVINE (nee Wolf); beloved wife of the late Gilbert "Buddy" Levine; loving mother of David M. Levine of Baltimore, MD, Alyse L. Holstein of Syracuse, NY and Nanette L. Oppenheimer of Potomac, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Philip L. Holstein and Dr. Michael E. Oppenheimer; beloved sister of Ruth Green of Arlington, VA; loving grandmother of Aaron Levine, Gregory Holstein, Erin Holstein, Joshua Oppenheimer and Jamie Oppenheimer....
NEWS
July 5, 2004
On Friday, July 2, 2004, HAROLD WILLIAM HAMMER, beloved husband of Shirley Hammer (nee Rubinson), loving father of Dr. Lawrence Hammer, M.D. of California, Ann Holstein of Baltimore, and Jonathan Hammer of Baltimore, dear father-in-law of Dr. Donna Chaet, M.D., Ronald Holstein, and Teresa Hammer, devoted brother of Jerome Hammer of Florida, Mildred Richter of NY and Harriett Wallerstein of NY, adored grandfather of Richard Hammer, Sarah Hammer, Jessica Holstein,...
FEATURES
September 25, 1994
It doesn't belong to her any longer, but to everyone in Puerto Vallarta, Casa Kimberly is still Elizabeth Taylor's home.It was here, 30 years ago, that the actress had a celebrated love affair with Richard Burton during the filming of "Night of the Iguana." Both were married to other people at the time. Later, after they married each other, the famous couple spent many happy vacations here, even building another home across the street and connecting it to the original with a pedestrian bridge.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 17, 1996
She has rallied from reactions to too much medication, an irregular heartbeat, a chip in her ankle, a slew of different training methods and a forgettable 4-year-old campaign.Cormorant's Flight has been through a lot, but when they leave the gate in the Grade II, $200,000 Barbara Fritchie Handicap today at Laurel Park, she will be among the horses to beat.The 6-year-old mare, a study in persistence, has been made the 4-to-1 overnight favorite by track handicapper Clem Florio in a field dotted by high-quality invaders from elsewhere.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | April 22, 2004
Edward George Rahll Sr., a Harford County dairy farmer and leading Maryland produce wholesaler, died of a heart attack Sunday at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center. The lifelong Forest Hill resident was 97. In a life that nearly spanned a century of change, Mr. Rahll remained rooted on his land -- the Forest Hill farm where he was born and raised, and which he tended all his working life. Ensuring that the land would remain in agricultural use, he sold the development rights to Harford County, his family said.
NEWS
April 19, 2004
On Wednesday April 14, 2004 BARBARA E. (nee Blattner) HOLSTEIN, age 82, a lifelong resident of Baltimore. She is survived by 4 children R. Bruce Holstein, D. Ronald Holstein, Jeffrey Holstein and Amy Holstein, 9 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren and 3 nieces. A Memorial service will be scheduled at a later date. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center.
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