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February 11, 2003
On February 9, 2003, , SYLVAN MARTIN LERNER; devoted brother of Gerald B. (Sandy) Lerner; devoted uncle of Maury Lerner and Mrs. Deborah Feldman. Services and Interment Tuesday, February 11 at 10 A.M., at the Yehuda Amachby Lodge Cemetery, Rosedale. Please omit flowers. In mourning 9010 Pittsfield Road, (21208) Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC.
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June 27, 2014
Scanning The Sun from front to back recently I found nary a word about the congressional hearings in Washington on the IRS ("Republicans blast IRS over lost Lerner emails," June 18). Is the White House still running your editorial page? Where's Woodward and Bernstein when we really need them? An example: With so much going on, your attack dog, Thomas Schaller, decides to tell us about his trip to the Adirondacks. I guess you know better than I what sells papers. Norman Wolfe, Pikesville - To respond to this letter, send an email to talkback@baltimoresun.com . Please include your name and contact information.
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July 19, 2006
On July 10, 2006, JOSEPH LERNER; devoted father of Dr. Ivan Lerner of Silver Spring Md.; loving father in-law of Arleeta Lerner; devoted brother of Esther Friedman and the late Ann Steinberg; loving grandfather of Rabbi Daniel and Alyson Lerner, D'vorah and Rabbi Steve Miller, Rabbi Ari and Shoshana Lerner, Rabbi Ezra and Devorah Lerner, Rabbi Michael and Tamar Lerner. Also survived by 28 great grandchildren. Shiva will be observed through Friday, afternoon at the home of Rabbi Daniel Lerner, 3205 Northbrook Road, Pikesville, Md (21208)
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By Ken Murray and Mike Klingaman | September 6, 2012
March 21, 1961: Modell bought the Browns for just under $4 million. Aug. 18, 1962: Modell proposed and staged pro football's first preseason doubleheader at Cleveland Stadium. The Browns played the Steelers in one game and the Lions faced the Cowboys in the other. The preseason doubleheader concept lasted 11 years. 1962: With a television background, Modell was appointed chairman of the league's TV committee. He negotiated TV contracts for 31 years. Jan. 9, 1963: Modell fired coach Paul Brown (163-53-8 with seven championships)
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June 1, 2004
On Sunday May 30, 2004 PEARL LERNER, beloved sister of Rose Schnydman of Baltimore, MD., Trudy Tash of Sherman Oaks, CA., and the late Jack and Leon Lerner, also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and other family members. Services and interment will be held held at Lubawitz Nusach Ari (Ner Tamid) Congregation Cemetery, Rosedale, on Tuesday June 1 at 3:30 P.M. Please omit flowers, in mourning at 130 Slade Ave., Apt 214 (21208) Tuesday evening only. Arrangement by SOL LEVINSON & BROS.
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December 21, 2003
On December 18, 2003, GILDA T. LERNER; (nee Rosenthal); loving wife of Irving B. Lerner; beloved mother of Dr. Howard Lerner, of South Hadley, MA, and Dr. Brian Lerner of Baltimore, MD and the late Marla Joy Lerner; devoted mother-in-law of Kay Lerner and Dr. Renee Lerner; sister of Gerald Rosenthal of Baltimore, MD; sister-in-law of Naomi Rovner, Maxine Rosenthal and Howard Rovner; loving grandmother of Alexander Louis Lerner and Maura Beth Lerner....
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By Mike Preston | November 22, 1993
CLEVELAND -- Alfred Lerner has a reputation for maintaining a low profile, and yesterday he let a member of the Baltimore media know he plans to keep it that way.Lerner, a part-owner of the Cleveland Browns, has been endorsed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer to become owner of Baltimore's NFL team if the city is awarded a franchise by league owners on Nov. 30.Lerner has not returned phone calls to The Sun, and seemed caught off guard yesterday when a...
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By Vito Stellino | December 1, 1993
ROSEMONT, Ill. -- Art Modell, owner of the Cleveland Browns, and his minority partner, Alfred Lerner, left the NFL meeting together yesterday and flew to New York.Yet Modell told his son, David, to vote against Lerner's bid to bring a team to Baltimore. The Browns were among the 26 teams (of 28) that voted to give Jacksonville, Fla., the expansion team.When asked why his father voted against his friend, David Modell said: "The thinking was, Art told us to vote for Jacksonville and we did."
NEWS
December 24, 1990
Jacob Joseph Lerner, a Baltimore Sun truck driver for 35 years who excelled in the art of ceramics, died of leukemia Dec. 10 at Johns Hopkins Hospital.Mr. Lerner, who was 74, began his career selling newspapers on the streets of East Baltimore as a boy.Born in Highlandtown, he was educated in city public schools before being drafted into the Army during World War II. During the war he was stationed in Alaska with a medical corps and was commended for rescuing troops after a transport ship sank off Anchorage.
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By Timothy J. Mullaney | September 25, 1990
How can you describe a man who started out as a furniture salesman, made $370 million and won a spot in the Forbes 400, and still describes his early business career as "not a very exciting story"?You can start by calling Alfred Lerner chairman and chief executive officer of MNC Financial Inc., the parent of Maryland National Bank.Described as brilliant, shy and decisive, Mr. Lerner, 56, is still an unknown to many of the banking analysts and other outsiders who follow MNC but haven't yet met him.Even longtime friends and business associates don't have a clear idea what changes he is likely to bring to Maryland's largest banking company.
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By Michael Lerner | May 24, 2011
President Barack Obama is reported to have said to his advisors last week that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu would never make the concessions necessary for a peace accord. Well, we in the peace movement say, "duhhh. " If the president really understands this, it is time for him to go over the heads of the leadership in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza and directly to the Israeli and Palestinian people, with a full-blown peace accord that would show what the U.S. could enthusiastically support.
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By From Sun news services | December 22, 2009
Playing for their playoff lives, Eli Manning and the New York Giants were efficient, focused and dominant. Playing for their new general manager, the Washington Redskins (4-10) did a good job of convincing the boss that maybe everyone ought to be fired. The Giants kept themselves in the postseason hunt Monday night with one of the most lopsided victories in the long, storied series against their NFC East rival. New York scored on six of its first seven possessions and controlled every facet of the game in a 45-12 win that wasn't as close as even that margin of victory would indicate.
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By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,glenn.graham@baltsun.com | September 26, 2009
Archbishop Spalding senior sweeper Kirsten Frank left the field at McDonogh on Friday more tired than usual. It turned out to be worthwhile exhaustion for the All-Metro standout. After Frank and the Cavaliers' defense continually shut down the Eagles' persistent attack, the visitors got an offensive spark from an unlikely source. Midfielder Francesca Springer scored with five minutes left to give No. 1 Spalding a 1-0 win over No. 2 McDonogh in a rematch of last year's Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship game.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | April 12, 2009
The Clark twins, Travis and Tyler, are described by Hammond baseball coach Mike Lerner as "dramatically" different from each other in personality, but quite similar in nature when it comes to baseball. "Travis is more boisterous, more vocal," says Lerner, "while Tyler is more reserved. But they both play the game with the same intensity and dedication." Tyler, a first baseman, is batting .353, with two doubles and two home runs, and has yet to strike out. Travis, a right-handed pitcher, is hitting .500, with four doubles, four home runs and is 2-0 on the mound with 16 strikeouts in 10 innings.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,sandra.mckee@baltsun.com | April 8, 2009
Archbishop Spalding coach Steve Miller took a look at the way the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic A Conference teams are beating up on each other and promised, "It's only going to get worse." Miller was referring to the fact that rain is going to force teams to stuff additional games into fewer days as the season winds down. And for high school baseball teams, that means results will become more and more unpredictable. When Calvert Hall beat Spalding, 10-0, one day and lost its next game, 10-0, to Loyola, which lost, 13-11, in a three-hour marathon in its next game to Mount St. Joseph, Calvert Hall coach Lou Eckerl said, "Once we're past our No. 1 and 2 pitchers, it's a crapshoot."
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By From Sun news services | January 22, 2009
Browns coach Eric Mangini was encouraged by two days of meetings with Ravens pro personnel director George Kokinis and indicated his longtime friend will soon be Cleveland's new general manager. Kokinis spoke with team owner Randy Lerner yesterday and could be days away from joining the club. It is not known whether Lerner offered Kokinis a contract. Patriots: : Quarterback Tom Brady said his rehabilitation from season-ending knee surgery was "going really well," but he did not offer any timetable for a return to the football field.
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By From Sun news services | January 1, 2009
Dolphins' Pennington wins comeback award nfl For the second time in three years, quarterback Chad Pennington won the Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year award. The Miami Dolphins standout is the first player in the 11 seasons of the award to win it twice. "It's pretty special," he said yesterday. This time, Pennington was coming back from being benched by the Jets last season, then discarded this past summer when New York acquired Brett Favre. Two years ago, Pennington returned from two rotator cuff operations in eight months and led the Jets to the playoffs to grab comeback honors.
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By From Sun news services | December 8, 2008
The Cleveland Browns are formulating a plan that ultimately could lead to the return of Marty Schottenheimer (right) as their coach for the 2009 season, ESPN reported, citing anonymous sources. The Browns would also be open to considering Bill Cowher if he sends stronger signals that he's ready to return, the sources said. The Browns plan to fire coach Romeo Crennel after a disappointing year, the sources said. Publicly, owner Randy Lerner has said only that he will evaluate Crennel after the season.
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