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November 13, 2005
On November 9, 2005, JOAN ROSENTHAL KRIEGER; beloved wife of the late Mark A. Krieger, Jr.; dear mother of Mark A. Krieger, 3rd and Amy Krieger Cheek; dear mother in-law of Lorie L. Krieger and Michael L. Cheek; dear grandmother of Mark Andrew Krieger, 4th, Michael L. Jr., Katherine J. and Jennifer A. Cheek; devoted sister of A. Vaughn Rosenthal and his wife Lucie Cassedy Rosenthal; dear sister in-law of Carol K. Martenson and her husband Paul Martenson....
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By Timothy B. Wheeler and Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2014
Kimberly Smith believed she was "in good hands" when she rented an East Baltimore rowhouse nearly 20 years ago that was part of a Kennedy Krieger Institute study of lead paint remediation techniques. Kennedy Krieger takes care of children, Smith thought at the time. One of her children had suffered lead poisoning when the family had lived elsewhere, she recalled in a recent interview, and she was pregnant then with her fourth child, Cecil. "I was told it was a great opportunity - it was lead-safe," Smith said.
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NEWS
January 1, 2005
On December 29, 2004 ROCHELLE (SHELLY) beloved daughter of Loretta (nee Klein) Krieger and the late Albert Krieger; devoted sister of Winnie and Phil Levinson, Cindy and Joe Cornell and Gerald Krieger; loving aunt of Lee Levinson, Lauren and Alyson Cornell. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday December 31 at 11 a.m. Interment Anshe Emunah-Aitz Chaim Congregation Cemetery, 3901 Washington Blvd. Please omit flowers. In mourning at 2706 Moores Valley Drive (21209)
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abornemann@tribune.com | May 6, 2014
Ten-year-old Gillian Blum knew just what to do when she realized that a schedule conflict would prevent her from reading her award-winning letter in person at an April 12 ceremony to recognize the winners of the Letters About Literature contest. So while Gillian was dancing in a recital in Reisterstown, the crowd that had gathered in the Wheeler Auditorium at the Enoch Pratt Library in Baltimore to see winners read their letters instead saw a video of Gillian reading the letter she had written to Brian Selznick, author of "The Invention of Hugo Cabret.
NEWS
June 26, 2003
On June 25, 2003, RACHEL D. HALL-KRIEGER (nee Moore), beloved wife of the late Robert Alvin Hall and Howard Joseph Krieger. Loving mother of Jeanette D. Barrett and Calvin D. Hall, dear stepmother of Nancy J. Hightland and the late Joanne A. Krieger; cherished grandmother of Edward L., Jr and James R. Barrett, Michael D. and Robert G. Jones, and Brie Anna and Amanda Hall, and the late Robert Spicer; loving great-grandmother of three girls and three boys....
NEWS
January 26, 2010
On Saturday, January 23, 2010 VALERIE L. KRIEGER-SURPRENANT A Memorial Service will be held Monday, January 25 at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 5701 Loch Raven Boulevard, Baltimore, MD, 21239. Beginning at 11:00 A.M. Interment in Moreland Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Baltimore Humane Society, 1601 Nicodemus Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136 or Gilchrist Hospice Care, 11311 McCormick Road, Suite 350, Hunt Valley, MD 21030. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral & Cremation Center, P.A.
NEWS
December 11, 2004
Rose H. Krieger, who had been a buyer and sales associate for several downtown clothing stores, died in her sleep Monday at Brighton Gardens assisted-living facility in Pikesville. She was 95. Born Rose Herman in Suffolk, Va., she moved to Baltimore with her family in 1924 and graduated from Western High School three years later. She also studied piano at the Peabody Conservatory of Music. Mrs. Krieger had been the buyer for Herman's, a North Eutaw Street women's and children's apparel store that had been established by her family in 1933.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | June 3, 2005
I. Leon Glassgold, a retired civil engineer and construction business owner who was a founder of the Krieger Schechter Day School, died of stroke complications Tuesday at Sinai Hospital. He was 81, and a resident of the Cheswolde neighborhood in Northwest Baltimore. Mr. Glassgold's business, Masonry Resurfacing and Construction Co., was founded by his father in 1928 in Philadelphia. He moved his father's business to Baltimore's Curtis Bay in 1954, and specialized in concrete bridge repairs.
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By Jacques Kelly and Frederick Rasmussen and Jacques Kelly and Frederick Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 16, 2000
Zanvyl Krieger, the soft-spoken Baltimore lawyer who took almost as much pleasure from sports as he did from his philanthropy, died yesterday of cancer at his Slade Avenue home. He was 94. Mr. Krieger's gifts helped shape the Baltimore medical community, especially in children's medicine. But he also brought the Orioles to Baltimore and helped keep the Colts here in the early 1950s. Without fanfare, he worked behind the scenes for most of his life for the city he loved. "Zan Krieger was a Johns Hopkins for our time," said William R. Brody, president of the Johns Hopkins University.
HEALTH
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2014
The campus at Kennedy Krieger Institute in East Baltimore is about to get a little bigger with plans for a new outpatient building to be built in part with an $8 million gift from the Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation. Demand for outpatient treatment is growing 20 percent a year, contributing to the need for more space to expand services, Kennedy Krieger CEO Dr. Gary Goldstein said in announcing the plans Wednesday. "The building is full," Goldstein said. "This program has grown enormously because of the need," he added.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2014
Mary Spencer-Smith, a former sales associate who later worked with autistic children, died Jan. 24 of undetermined causes at her Hampstead home. She was 56. "We are waiting for the results of an autopsy as to the cause of death," said her husband of 22 years, Charles L. "Chuck" Smith Jr., a field engineer. The daughter of Willis Spencer, a Gilman School teacher, and Susanne Spencer, a homemaker, Mary Willis Spencer was born in Baltimore and raised in Roland Park. After graduating from St. Timothy's School in Stevenson, Ms. Spencer-Smith attended St. Mary's College for several years, before earning a bachelor's degree in 1981 from the University of Alabama, where she had majored in English literature with a minor in creative writing.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2013
Michael Laban Malin, a manager for a Kennedy Krieger Institute program for autistic children who was recalled for his outgoing personality, died of brain cancer Tuesday at his mother's North Baltimore home. He was 34 and lived with his family in Canton. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of David Hirsh Malin, a co-founder of the Jemicy School, and Judith Ann Malin, an administrator at St. Elizabeth's School in Northeast Baltimore. He attended the Baltimore Montessori School and was a 1998 graduate of Friends School, where he played soccer and lacrosse and sang in the school chorus.
HEALTH
By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
It's a dream Ida Heck never really expected to come true. Her family has raised about $1 million since 2005 for research into the rare disorder that afflicts her 8-year-old daughter, Jenna, resulting in cognitive deficits, seizures, long-lasting migraines, glaucoma in one eye and a red birthmark on the right side of her face. She's been driven by a fervent hope that the money would help finance a breakthrough. Yet she had her doubts: "So often you give and give and give and never hear of any findings.
FEATURES
By Kristine Henry,
The Baltimore Sun
| May 14, 2013
Kennedy Krieger Institute has announced a new program that will offer free autism screenings to infants between five and 10 months who have a sibling with autism.  “We launched this initiative to increase the likelihood of identifying children most at risk for ASD,” said Rebecca Landa, director of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders at Kennedy Krieger. “My hope is that Maryland families will take advantage of this opportunity to seek help sooner and not miss out on early intervention, which can improve lifelong learning, communication and social skills.” For more information or to schedule an appointment visit Kennedy Kreiger's website or call 443-923-7892.
FEATURES
By Kristine Henry,
The Baltimore Sun
| April 5, 2013
Anne Moore Burnett knew the other moms at the playground were rolling their eyes at her. Her son wouldn't go down the slide unless it was clean, so she was looking around for a stray napkin or anything she could find to wipe it down. As she felt their eyes on her, Burnett found herself almost wishing her son had a visible condition, such as Down Syndrome, so that at least on top of the issues she was dealing with she wouldn't also feel judged by other parents who didn't realize she took these "extra" measures because her son has sensory-sensitive autism.
NEWS
Erica L. Green | February 20, 2013
Former State Superintendent Nancy Grasmick has joined the staff of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, a renowned special education and research institution, where she will lead a new Center for Innovation and Leadership in Special Education.  The Institute announced this week that Grasmick, who started her career teaching deaf children at William S. Baer School in Baltimore, will serve as the director of the newly formed center which they said...
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By Steve Jones | November 17, 2012
Bob Nobles III plans to be a Santa's helper this year. He will distribute toys and other gifts to young people who come to the Kennedy Krieger Institute's upcoming Festival of Trees. But it won't be the first time that the New Windsor teenager has put a smile on someone else's face. Nobles, a junior at Baltimore's Kennedy Krieger High School, was chosen as the 2012 ambassador for the holiday gala known as Festival of Trees. Nobles, who has Asperger's Syndrome, is used to public appearances.
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