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November 2, 2003
On October 31, 2003 SIMON MINKOVE beloved husband of Royce Ilene Minkove (nee Rotkovitz); loving father of Eric Frank Minkove; loving son of Minnie Minkove (nee Rothstein) and the late Frank Philip Minkove. Loving son-in-law of Leonard and Audrey Rotkovitz, beloved brother-in-law of Lynn Lederman, Paul and Susan Rotkovitz of Cherry Hill, N.J., beloved uncle of Matthew Lederman, Lauren and Nicole RotkovitzServices at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, November 2 at 3 p.m. Interment Anshe Emunah (Aitz Chaim)
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
Thomas C. Lederman, a Justice Department attorney recalled for his meticulous preparation of cases, died Saturday at Sinai Hospital after falling from a ladder. The Pinehurst-area resident was 65. Family members said the fatal accident occurred while he was clearing a tree branch. Born in Syracuse, N.Y., he was the son of Donald Lederman, a federal public health employee, and Mary Antil Lederman, a high school French teacher. As a child, he moved with his family and lived at times in Harrisburg, Pa., Little Rock, Ark., and Charlottesville, Va. He was a graduate of Albemarle High School in Charlottesville, where he was class president and excelled in basketball and football.
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April 18, 2006
On Friday April 14, 2006, AUDREYROTKOVITZ (nee Bloom) beloved wife of the late Leonard Rotkovitz, devoted mother of Royce Minkove, Lynn Lederman, both of Baltimore, and Paul Rotkovitz of Cherry Hill, NJ, dear mother-in-law of Susan Speranza and the late Simon Minkove, loving grandmother of Eric Minkove and Lilly Liu, Matthew Lederman, Lauren and Nicole Rotkovitz, also survived by loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Services were held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane, Sunday April 16 at 5 P.M. Interment Hebrew Young Men's Cemetery, Windsor Mill Rd. Please omit flowers.
NEWS
April 18, 2006
On Friday April 14, 2006, AUDREYROTKOVITZ (nee Bloom) beloved wife of the late Leonard Rotkovitz, devoted mother of Royce Minkove, Lynn Lederman, both of Baltimore, and Paul Rotkovitz of Cherry Hill, NJ, dear mother-in-law of Susan Speranza and the late Simon Minkove, loving grandmother of Eric Minkove and Lilly Liu, Matthew Lederman, Lauren and Nicole Rotkovitz, also survived by loving nieces, nephews and dear friends. Services were held at SOL LEVINSON & BROS HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Rd, at Mt. Wilson Lane, Sunday April 16 at 5 P.M. Interment Hebrew Young Men's Cemetery, Windsor Mill Rd. Please omit flowers.
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By Lourdes Sullivan and Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 6, 2001
ON ANY given evening, Dr. Thomas Lederman is on the road, traveling from one sick puppy to another. His office is in his Kings Contrivance home, his examining rooms in the homes of his patients. Dr. Lederman is a traveling veterinarian - and the world is his oyster. Like most unusual occupations, this one came about by chance. Lederman grew up in Baltimore and attended the University of Maryland, College Park. After graduating from the University of Georgia, he returned to Maryland and began working for veterinarians.
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By Kenneth R. Clark and Kenneth R. Clark,Chicago Tribune | December 21, 1990
NEW YORK Leon Lederman, Nobel laureate and professor of physics at the University of Chicago, does more than just study subatomic particles. He makes quarks downright cuddly and leptons objects of tantalizing intrigue.They need better press than they have been getting because America's young, undereducated in virtually every field, are ignoring them in droves. Lederman fears that if the trend continues, the U.S. eventually may become little more than a sprawling, Third World country filled with people unfit to fill a burgeoning demand for scientists and technicians.
NEWS
November 13, 2005
On Thursday, November 10, 2005, Patricia C. Greenberg (nee Simonds), loving wife of David A. Greenberg, devoted mother of Susan G. Smith and Marsha B. Greenberg, beloved mother-in-law of Marshall A. Smith and Larry R. Turner, devoted sister of Linda Church, Dixie Seay and the late Mary Rashbaum, devoted sister-in-law of James Church. Loving grandmother of Randi Smith, Ayme and Andrew Lederman, loving great-grandmother of Sarah Lederman, beloved daughter of the late Earl and Pearl Simonds Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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By Knight-Ridder | December 6, 1991
MIAMI -- Defendant Donyell Desmore was a free man. For about 15 minutes.Desmore was given six months' probation after pleading no contest to battery Wednesday. He then walked out of the Metro Justice Building.On the courthouse steps, Desmore began harassing the woman he had just admitted attacking: Renee Robinson, his girlfriend. He lifted Robinson in his arms and dropped her on the sidewalk.Dade County Judge Scott Silverman, standing in a colleague's first-floor office, heard the commotion and saw the attack.
NEWS
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 27, 1997
WASHINGTON -- AIDS researchers reported for the first time yesterday that a combination of drugs containing a powerful new protease inhibitor appears to have partially restored the immune system of people with moderately advanced HIV disease.Because their conclusions are based on results of sophisticated tests of immune system cells in the laboratory, however, it remains uncertain whether these "reconstituted" cells actually can protect infected individuals from developing the serious and often life-threatening infections that characterize acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
NEWS
By DANIEL S. GREENBERG | January 16, 1991
Washington Is science in America sinking from fiscal neglect? That's the impression created by the unrestrained lamentations of leading scientists besieging Washington for more money. Heed their cries. But also understand that much of their distress is of their own shortsighted making in collaboration with their politician friends.Currently in the vanguard of discontent is Nobel physicist Leon M. Lederman, impresario of a gloomy report that concludes that ''research in the United States is in serious trouble.
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By DAN THANH DANG and DAN THANH DANG,SUN REPORTER | March 6, 2006
Cautious optimism is alive and well in the world of online dating. Just ask Judy Lederman. In September, the public relations executive from New Rochelle, N.Y., met the perfect man on JDate.com: He was an Orthodox Jew, director of a nonprofit group, simply gorgeous and nice. Sparks flew. They shared dinners, long walks in the park and endless conversation into the wee hours of the night. Lederman, who is fortysomething, was happily introducing her online find to friends and neighbors as "my new boyfriend" for about two delightful months -- until his wife popped up, wanting to meet the woman who was trying to break up her marriage.
NEWS
November 13, 2005
On Thursday, November 10, 2005, Patricia C. Greenberg (nee Simonds), loving wife of David A. Greenberg, devoted mother of Susan G. Smith and Marsha B. Greenberg, beloved mother-in-law of Marshall A. Smith and Larry R. Turner, devoted sister of Linda Church, Dixie Seay and the late Mary Rashbaum, devoted sister-in-law of James Church. Loving grandmother of Randi Smith, Ayme and Andrew Lederman, loving great-grandmother of Sarah Lederman, beloved daughter of the late Earl and Pearl Simonds Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
NEWS
November 2, 2003
On October 31, 2003 SIMON MINKOVE beloved husband of Royce Ilene Minkove (nee Rotkovitz); loving father of Eric Frank Minkove; loving son of Minnie Minkove (nee Rothstein) and the late Frank Philip Minkove. Loving son-in-law of Leonard and Audrey Rotkovitz, beloved brother-in-law of Lynn Lederman, Paul and Susan Rotkovitz of Cherry Hill, N.J., beloved uncle of Matthew Lederman, Lauren and Nicole RotkovitzServices at SOL LEVINSON & BROS. INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Sunday, November 2 at 3 p.m. Interment Anshe Emunah (Aitz Chaim)
NEWS
By Lourdes Sullivan and Lourdes Sullivan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 6, 2001
ON ANY given evening, Dr. Thomas Lederman is on the road, traveling from one sick puppy to another. His office is in his Kings Contrivance home, his examining rooms in the homes of his patients. Dr. Lederman is a traveling veterinarian - and the world is his oyster. Like most unusual occupations, this one came about by chance. Lederman grew up in Baltimore and attended the University of Maryland, College Park. After graduating from the University of Georgia, he returned to Maryland and began working for veterinarians.
NEWS
By Gary Dorsey and Gary Dorsey,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1999
At the University of Nebraska, Professor Timothy Gay rouses more than 70,000 Cornhuskers during home games with a lesson in physics and football on a 17-foot JumboTron screen.At the American Physical Society in College Park, Leon Lederman puzzles over a scheme to persuade an "X-Files" producer to launch a drama called "LA Science."At the University of Virginia, physicist Lou Bloomfield leads students in a series of lessons about bicycles, microwave ovens, roller coasters, compact discs and light bulbs.
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By LOS ANGELES TIMES | January 27, 1997
WASHINGTON -- AIDS researchers reported for the first time yesterday that a combination of drugs containing a powerful new protease inhibitor appears to have partially restored the immune system of people with moderately advanced HIV disease.Because their conclusions are based on results of sophisticated tests of immune system cells in the laboratory, however, it remains uncertain whether these "reconstituted" cells actually can protect infected individuals from developing the serious and often life-threatening infections that characterize acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
NEWS
By Gary Dorsey and Gary Dorsey,SUN STAFF | December 21, 1999
At the University of Nebraska, Professor Timothy Gay rouses more than 70,000 Cornhuskers during home games with a lesson in physics and football on a 17-foot JumboTron screen.At the American Physical Society in College Park, Leon Lederman puzzles over a scheme to persuade an "X-Files" producer to launch a drama called "LA Science."At the University of Virginia, physicist Lou Bloomfield leads students in a series of lessons about bicycles, microwave ovens, roller coasters, compact discs and light bulbs.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder | December 6, 1991
MIAMI -- Defendant Donyell Desmore was a free man. For about 15 minutes.Desmore was given six months' probation after pleading no contest to battery Wednesday. He then walked out of the Metro Justice Building.On the courthouse steps, Desmore began harassing the woman he had just admitted attacking: Renee Robinson, his girlfriend. He lifted Robinson in his arms and dropped her on the sidewalk.Dade County Judge Scott Silverman, standing in a colleague's first-floor office, heard the commotion and saw the attack.
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