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March 23, 2007
On Tuesday, March 20, 2007 Milton Kolman; beloved husband of Rena Kolman (nee Fleishman); loving father of Ira Kolman of Baltimore, Maryland; devoted brother of Carl Kolman of Silver Spring, MD, Ray Kolman of Colorado and Ruth Belinoff of Arizona; adored grandfather of Marla Amy and Eric Antebi, Leanne Sara and Daniel Weinshenker; loving great-grandfather of Lydia Eve Weinshenker. Services at Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc. 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, March 23, 2007 at 11:00AM Interment Hebrew Friendship Cemetery - 3600 E. Baltimore Street.
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NEWS
March 23, 2007
On Tuesday, March 20, 2007 Milton Kolman; beloved husband of Rena Kolman (nee Fleishman); loving father of Ira Kolman of Baltimore, Maryland; devoted brother of Carl Kolman of Silver Spring, MD, Ray Kolman of Colorado and Ruth Belinoff of Arizona; adored grandfather of Marla Amy and Eric Antebi, Leanne Sara and Daniel Weinshenker; loving great-grandfather of Lydia Eve Weinshenker. Services at Sol Levinson & Bros. Inc. 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, March 23, 2007 at 11:00AM Interment Hebrew Friendship Cemetery - 3600 E. Baltimore Street.
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NEWS
May 29, 2003
On May 26, 2003, SHEILA Z. KOLMAN; loving daughter of the late Dr. Lester and Jeannette Kolman; devoted and loving sister of Mark H. Kolman of Columbia, MD; beloved sister-in-law of Susan D. Kolman; devoted aunt of Maggie Kolman, Adina Katz and Noah Katz; devoted niece of Sibyl Gordon. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Please omit flowers. contributions in her memory may be directed to PSASA, a scholarship fund will be set up in the future at 2512 N. Charles Street (21218)
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,sun reporter | March 23, 2007
Milton Kolman, a fan and collector of vintage radio broadcasts who also was a longtime volunteer and docent at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, died of heart failure Tuesday at Atrium Village, an Owings Mills assisted-living facility. The former Pikesville resident was 89. Mr. Kolman was born in Baltimore of immigrant parents from Hungary and Russia. He spent his early years above his parents' Francis Street grocery store, and as a teenager moved with the family to Reisterstown Road. He left City College to work in his father's store, and at 21 opened Rutland Fine Foods at Rutland and Lafayette avenues.
NEWS
October 15, 2006
On October 14, 2006, DORA M. KOLMAN, of Timonium; beloved wife of the late Chester A. Kolman, Sr.; loving mother of Linda L. Kolman and Chester A. Kolman, Jr.; dear sister of Josephine Dickerson, Russell VanScoy and Lee VanScoy. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services - Parkville, 8800 Harford Road, on Tuesday, October 17, 2006, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., with a funeral service 11 A.M. Wednesday. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. Memorial Contributions in Dora's name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, Baltimore, MD 21236.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2003
Sheila Z. Kolman, a retired school principal who was president of the Public School Administrators and Supervisors Association of Baltimore City, died in her sleep Monday at her Northwest Baltimore home. She was 63. In a career spanning nearly four decades, Miss Kolman was a tireless advocate for schoolchildren and administrators. "She was one of those people who never lost sight of the kids. She was also a big proponent of staff development and trained a million people who have gone on to principalships and other leadership roles in education," said Ruth N. Bukatman, a longtime friend who is principal of Booker T. Washington Middle School.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,sun reporter | March 23, 2007
Milton Kolman, a fan and collector of vintage radio broadcasts who also was a longtime volunteer and docent at the Baltimore Museum of Industry, died of heart failure Tuesday at Atrium Village, an Owings Mills assisted-living facility. The former Pikesville resident was 89. Mr. Kolman was born in Baltimore of immigrant parents from Hungary and Russia. He spent his early years above his parents' Francis Street grocery store, and as a teenager moved with the family to Reisterstown Road. He left City College to work in his father's store, and at 21 opened Rutland Fine Foods at Rutland and Lafayette avenues.
BUSINESS
By Elsa C. Arnett and Elsa C. Arnett,Boston Globe | January 3, 1991
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Nancy Kolman of Jamestown, R.I. is living a banking nightmare.The state employee has her checking account, savings account, certificates of deposit and credit cards all in the Rhode Island State Employees Credit Union -- one of 45 banks and credit unions ordered closed Tuesday by Gov. Bruce G. Sundlun.Now she's really in the lurch. For day-to-day cash, Ms. Kolman said, she will have to roll up the pennies, nickels and dimes in her piggy bank at home and use those."The bank has everything.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF | May 5, 2003
Three months of intense pressure were enough to push elementary school principal Susan Greenberg over the edge. "Three days before we opened school, I was given three teachers, and two weeks after we opened I lost the teachers. Then two or three weeks after that the sniper started, then code orange," the Prince George's County administrator said, detailing the tough autumn that made her decide to retire from her 33-year career in education. "The thing that tipped me over was losing the teachers after getting them and No Child Left Behind, which is rapidly becoming a 1,500-page unfunded mandate that assumes the worst about people," she said.
NEWS
January 25, 2000
Mattie H. Taylor, 80, school director, educator Mattie H. Taylor, a retired educator and former director of the lower school of Glenelg Country School, died Jan. 18 of cancer at her Ellicott City home. She was 80. Mrs. Taylor, who retired in 1980, began teaching second grade at the Howard County private school in 1965, and in 1977 was appointed head of the lower school. Earlier, she taught at Savage Elementary School, St. John's Elementary School and All Saints Convent School in Catonsville.
NEWS
October 15, 2006
On October 14, 2006, DORA M. KOLMAN, of Timonium; beloved wife of the late Chester A. Kolman, Sr.; loving mother of Linda L. Kolman and Chester A. Kolman, Jr.; dear sister of Josephine Dickerson, Russell VanScoy and Lee VanScoy. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel & Cremation Services - Parkville, 8800 Harford Road, on Tuesday, October 17, 2006, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., with a funeral service 11 A.M. Wednesday. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. Memorial Contributions in Dora's name may be made to the American Cancer Society, 8219 Town Center Drive, Baltimore, MD 21236.
NEWS
May 29, 2003
On May 26, 2003, SHEILA Z. KOLMAN; loving daughter of the late Dr. Lester and Jeannette Kolman; devoted and loving sister of Mark H. Kolman of Columbia, MD; beloved sister-in-law of Susan D. Kolman; devoted aunt of Maggie Kolman, Adina Katz and Noah Katz; devoted niece of Sibyl Gordon. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Please omit flowers. contributions in her memory may be directed to PSASA, a scholarship fund will be set up in the future at 2512 N. Charles Street (21218)
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | May 28, 2003
Sheila Z. Kolman, a retired school principal who was president of the Public School Administrators and Supervisors Association of Baltimore City, died in her sleep Monday at her Northwest Baltimore home. She was 63. In a career spanning nearly four decades, Miss Kolman was a tireless advocate for schoolchildren and administrators. "She was one of those people who never lost sight of the kids. She was also a big proponent of staff development and trained a million people who have gone on to principalships and other leadership roles in education," said Ruth N. Bukatman, a longtime friend who is principal of Booker T. Washington Middle School.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,SUN STAFF | May 5, 2003
Three months of intense pressure were enough to push elementary school principal Susan Greenberg over the edge. "Three days before we opened school, I was given three teachers, and two weeks after we opened I lost the teachers. Then two or three weeks after that the sniper started, then code orange," the Prince George's County administrator said, detailing the tough autumn that made her decide to retire from her 33-year career in education. "The thing that tipped me over was losing the teachers after getting them and No Child Left Behind, which is rapidly becoming a 1,500-page unfunded mandate that assumes the worst about people," she said.
NEWS
January 25, 2000
Mattie H. Taylor, 80, school director, educator Mattie H. Taylor, a retired educator and former director of the lower school of Glenelg Country School, died Jan. 18 of cancer at her Ellicott City home. She was 80. Mrs. Taylor, who retired in 1980, began teaching second grade at the Howard County private school in 1965, and in 1977 was appointed head of the lower school. Earlier, she taught at Savage Elementary School, St. John's Elementary School and All Saints Convent School in Catonsville.
NEWS
November 23, 1997
Working mothers now have optionsKudos to Elise Armacost for addressing the new backlash toward working mothers in her Nov. 16 column.I am a working mother who works for the complex reasons Ms. Armacost mentions, including economic ones.Working outside the home also gives me certain skills that are different from ones gained from staying at home.I am frustrated by people judging the path I and other working mothers have chosen either by necessity or by interest.It is important to remember that we live in a time when women have a choice.
NEWS
November 23, 1997
Working mothers now have optionsKudos to Elise Armacost for addressing the new backlash toward working mothers in her Nov. 16 column.I am a working mother who works for the complex reasons Ms. Armacost mentions, including economic ones.Working outside the home also gives me certain skills that are different from ones gained from staying at home.I am frustrated by people judging the path I and other working mothers have chosen either by necessity or by interest.It is important to remember that we live in a time when women have a choice.
BUSINESS
By Elsa C. Arnett and Elsa C. Arnett,Boston Globe | January 3, 1991
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Nancy Kolman of Jamestown, R.I. is living a banking nightmare.The state employee has her checking account, savings account, certificates of deposit and credit cards all in the Rhode Island State Employees Credit Union -- one of 45 banks and credit unions ordered closed Tuesday by Gov. Bruce G. Sundlun.Now she's really in the lurch. For day-to-day cash, Ms. Kolman said, she will have to roll up the pennies, nickels and dimes in her piggy bank at home and use those."The bank has everything.
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