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June 15, 2005
We regret the passing of JERRYLEVENSON, brother of Leroy Levenson. The Morris I. Feld Lodge.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | November 27, 2010
Howard Levenson's name is not a household word in Howard County, but there are thousands of county homeowners who probably wanted to make his acquaintance over the years. As Maryland's assessment supervisor for the county since 1991, and a state assessment official since 1974, he's the man in charge of those state notices that arrive just before New Year's Day and can make people's faces turn red. He has presided over a huge two-decade roller coaster of real estate values that has more than doubled home prices in Maryland's most prosperous county.
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NEWS
May 22, 2005
On May 20, 2005, LEVENSON VINCENT MOODY; beloved husband of Barbara Moody (nee Kiel) devoted father of Tia Moody, Catherine Miller and Sheila Austin; loving grandfather of ten; dear brother of four sisters and four brothers. Friends are invited to call on Monday May 23, between 5 and 8 P.M. at Cremations and Funeral Alternatives, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Baltimore, MD 21286. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, May 24, at 11:30 A.M. Interment following in Crownsville Veterans Cemetery, 1080 Sunrise Beach Rd., Crownsville, MD.
NEWS
By Jill Rosen and Jill Rosen,Sun reporter | September 18, 2007
The first time, with the white Bronco and the glove and the bloodied Brentwood mansion walkway, America reeled. The man accused of murder wasn't our O.J. Simpson, the former football hero, occasional Hollywood actor and irresistibly charming rental car pitchman. But this time, as news spread that Simpson had been arrested last weekend and charged in a Las Vegas armed robbery, people weren't only ready for it - they absolutely reveled in it. Though a Los Angeles jury found Simpson not guilty in 1995, the justice system that is the blogosphere in 2007 issued its verdict, swiftly, surely and - more than anything - mercilessly.
BUSINESS
January 9, 1991
The former Levenson & Klein furniture store at Baltimore National Pike and Rolling Road will be converted into a number of smaller shops, according to the new managers of the property.The 50,000-square-foot store was closed in November after Levinson & Klein Inc. filed for bankruptcy.The store's lease was purchased by 804 Associates Limited Partnership, which includes owners of the 40 West Shoping Center where the store is located.George Arconti Jr., broker and general property manager for the partnership and for Metropolitan Management Co. which operates the shopping center, said a number of retailers have expressed interest in the property, but no leases have been signed.
BUSINESS
By Maria Mallory | September 22, 1990
In hopes of snagging the customers of a failing competitor, Hub Furniture Centers is the latest company to use the misfortunes of a rival as a springboard for attracting new business.In this case, customers of the bankrupt Levenson & Klein furniture stores are the targets.In July, the three Levenson & Klein stores in Baltimore began a 120-day liquidation under the direction of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Baltimore.In a newspaper advertisement appearing yesterday, termed "An Open Letter To Customers of Levenson & Klein," the Hub addressed the "thousands" of customers it assumes are wondering, "Where do we go from here?"
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney and Timothy J. Mullaney,Staff Writer | November 14, 1992
Signet Bank/Maryland bought back the old Levenson & Klein warehouse in East Baltimore yesterday after a brief auction at which the bank, which had held the mortgage on the building, was the only bidder.The bank, which bid $1.225 million, is likely to sell the building on Erdman Avenue to a developer who would divide up its 305,000 square feet for use by more than one tenant, said R. Andrew Stafford, an auctioneer for Atlantic Auctions Inc., which conducted the auction."Everyone indicated it was a little too large for a single user," Mr. Stafford said.
BUSINESS
By William Patalon III and William Patalon III,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2002
The U.S. economy has found the footing for a prolonged, if not robust, recovery, Alan D. Levenson, the chief economist for T. Rowe Price, said yesterday. The economy will grow at about a 3.3 percent annual pace in the second half of this year and at an average clip of 4.2 percent for next year, he said. Three factors led Levenson to his forecast, he said: a reduction in once-fat inventories, the stimulus of interest-rate cuts by the central bank and debt reductions by consumers and corporations.
NEWS
By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | April 17, 1991
A prison sentence of life plus 20 years closes the state's case against Jeffrey Lloyd Johnson, who murdered a furniture store executive Oct. 4 during an attempted robbery.But, for the parents of the victim, Aaron S. Levenson, 30, the vice president of the Royal Furniture Co., the grief and pain are forever."Aaron was my baby and the light of my life," the mother, Tillie Levenson, 63, wrote in a victim-impact statement turned over to Baltimore Circuit Judge Joseph I. Pines. "It was as if a bomb fell on our house and destroyed everything.
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By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | April 16, 1991
A 26-year-old gospel singer was sentenced today to life plus 20 years in prison for what a judge called the "ruthless and callous" murder of furniture store executive Aaron S. Levenson during a botched robbery on Oct. 4.Before sentencing, Jeffrey Lloyd Johnson, who pleaded guilty March 5 to first-degree felony murder, attempted armed robbery and a handgun violation, expressed his regret to Baltimore Circuit Judge Joseph I. Pines."
NEWS
June 29, 2006
On June 26, 2006, IRMA C. (nee Cohn) beloved wife of Irvin L. Fishbein, devoted mother of Joan F. Feldman, Debra F. Holzman, Ruth Levenson all of Baltimore, MD and Ellen Fishbein of Vienna, VA. Loving mother-in-law of Lawrence Feldman, Mark Holzman, Gordon Levenson and Robert Hickey. Loving grandmother of Sarah Feldman, Nancy Holzman, Rebecca Feldman, Lisa Holzman, Benjamin Feldman, Jennifer Holzman, Haley and Jillian Hickey Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday, June 27 at 1 P.M. Interment Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery, 5800 Windsor Mill Rd. Please omit flowers.
NEWS
June 15, 2005
We regret the passing of JERRYLEVENSON, brother of Leroy Levenson. The Morris I. Feld Lodge.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 12, 2005
SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Jurors have spent five days deliberating on criminal charges of child molestation against Michael Jackson, and lawyers say the panel might spend more than two weeks weighing Jackson's fate, given the trial's three-month length and the volume of testimony heard. Some who have been following the case said the complexity of the instructions given the jurors by Judge Rodney S. Melville of Santa Barbara Superior Court might also be slowing them down. The jury left for a weekend break Friday afternoon without reaching a verdict.
NEWS
May 23, 2005
On May 20, 2005, LEVENSON VINCENT MOODY; beloved husband of Barbara Moody (nee Kiel) devoted father of Tia Moody, Catherine Miller and Sheila Austin; loving grandfather of ten; dear brother of four sisters and four brothers. Friends are invited to call on Thursday May 26, between 5 and 8 P.M. at Cremations and Funeral Alternatives, 8717 Green Pastures Drive, Baltimore, MD 21286. Funeral Services will be held Friday May 27, at 11:30 A.M. Interment following in Crownsville Veterans Cemetery, 1080 Sunrise Beach Rd., Crownsville, MD.
BUSINESS
By Paul Adams and Paul Adams,SUN STAFF | December 3, 2003
NEW YORK - Healthy economic growth and gradually falling unemployment in 2004 will help sustain a rally that has the stock market on pace to post its first winning year since 1999, T. Rowe Price Associates Inc.'s chief economist said yesterday. Alan D. Levenson predicted that unemployment will dip to 5.5 percent next year and that the gross domestic product will climb by a solid 4.25 percent amid accelerating demand for goods, putting pressure on the Federal Reserve to notch interest rates up. Levenson and a panel of T. Rowe Price fund managers spoke at the company's annual economic outlook briefing at the Princeton Club in Midtown Manhattan.
BUSINESS
By William Patalon III and William Patalon III,SUN STAFF | June 28, 2002
The U.S. economy has found the footing for a prolonged, if not robust, recovery, Alan D. Levenson, the chief economist for T. Rowe Price, said yesterday. The economy will grow at about a 3.3 percent annual pace in the second half of this year and at an average clip of 4.2 percent for next year, he said. Three factors led Levenson to his forecast, he said: a reduction in once-fat inventories, the stimulus of interest-rate cuts by the central bank and debt reductions by consumers and corporations.
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