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June 14, 2007
On Tuesday, June 12, 2007, Joan G. Rappeport Services and interment will be held at Oheb Shalom Memorial Park, Berrymans Lane, on Wednesday, June 13th at 2 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be directed to the Central Scholarship Bureau, P.O. Box 37064, Baltimore, MD (21297-3064). In mourning at (Broadmead) 13801 York Road (Apt K-2), Cockeysville, MD., (21030) on Wednesday and Thursday followed by a memorial service at Broadmead on Friday, June 15 th at 2 pm. Arrangements by Sol Levinson Bros.
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NEWS
June 14, 2007
On Tuesday, June 12, 2007, Joan G. Rappeport Services and interment will be held at Oheb Shalom Memorial Park, Berrymans Lane, on Wednesday, June 13th at 2 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations in her memory may be directed to the Central Scholarship Bureau, P.O. Box 37064, Baltimore, MD (21297-3064). In mourning at (Broadmead) 13801 York Road (Apt K-2), Cockeysville, MD., (21030) on Wednesday and Thursday followed by a memorial service at Broadmead on Friday, June 15 th at 2 pm. Arrangements by Sol Levinson Bros.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1994
Carroll County men who seek therapy because they've battered their wives will have to travel to Baltimore County for help beginning next week.Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland no longer will have the money to pay a therapist to conduct group counseling sessions for men in Carroll, District Director Sandy L. Rappeport said.Men will be referred to the Family and Children's Services office at 7131 Liberty Road in Lochearn.Ms. Rappeport and Pat Lanning, district director of the Baltimore County office, said they were told by state Department of Human Resources officials that they will receive about $8,500 less in the next fiscal year to spend on domestic violence programs than they did this year.
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1998
The County Commissioners heard chilling stories and statistics last night from people who want no reduction in spending for Carroll's citizen service programs.The $4.4 million request seemed modest in comparison to the need explained last night. The 17 agencies covered in the citizen services portion of county budget hearings are seeking 2.4 percent of a proposed $181 million operating budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.Agency directors told the commissioners that:Domestic violence cases now number 500 and have increased 25 percent in the past two years.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | December 26, 1996
Six months after county budget cuts forced the Sexual Abuse Treatment Center to reduce services and staff, the agency is urging Carroll officials to restore a counseling program that served adults who sexually abused children.It's critical to treat the offenders as well as child victims of sexual abuse because in many instances the abuser and the child continue to live in the same household, said Sandra L. Rappeport, Carroll County district director of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland.
NEWS
By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,Staff Writer | June 29, 1992
Had Jonas Rappeport been called to the witness stand, his legions of admirers are fond of saying, John Hinckley Jr. would be sitting in a prison cell today rather than a hospital ward.The thinking goes that the jurors would have found this slight, owlish-looking psychiatrist irresistible. They would have perceived him as being so commonsensical, so agreeable, so reasonable, that they could do nothing but side with him, rule that Mr. Hinckley was sane when he shot Ronald Reagan and send the would-be presidential assassin to a long, long stay in a penitentiary.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1997
The county needs a dozen more electronic security systems to help protect victims of domestic violence, social service officials say, and they're turning to local businesses to help.Five such security systems -- which afford protection for abused victims, their homes and their cars -- have been in use for about six months. But the need is far greater, said Sandra L. Rappeport, director of the Carroll County Family and Children's Services.Jerry F. Barnes, Carroll's state's attorney, said his office anticipates handling more than 500 domestic violence cases this year.
NEWS
By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,SUN STAFF | March 26, 1998
The County Commissioners heard chilling stories and statistics last night from people who want no reduction in spending for Carroll's citizen service programs.The $4.4 million request seemed modest in comparison to the need explained last night. The 17 agencies covered in the citizen services portion of county budget hearings are seeking 2.4 percent of a proposed $181 million operating budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1.Agency directors told the commissioners that:Domestic violence cases now number 500 and have increased 25 percent in the past two years.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1997
A year ago, many of Carroll County's private social services programs were fighting for survival as the Board of County Commissioners considered deep budget cuts to balance a $5 million deficit.Public outcry and a last-minute tax increase kept the providers afloat, but the narrowly averted crisis has left a lasting impression.At a county budget hearing last week, officials from nonprofit groups told the commissioners that they've stretched their resources to the limit during the past year and have worked to become less reliant on county money.
NEWS
By CINDY PARR | May 2, 1994
As we welcome the first week of May, we should take time to recognize a unit that serves as the backbone of our society, community and home -- the family. This week, we celebrate National Family Week.What is more deserving of our attention?There are times when we get caught up in our daily routines, which include not only caring for our family but juggling relationships, jobs and extracurricular activities.Many parents and children will say there is so little time to do so much. Family time is usually the first thing to go when something gets booted from the schedule.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1997
The county needs a dozen more electronic security systems to help protect victims of domestic violence, social service officials say, and they're turning to local businesses to help.Five such security systems -- which afford protection for abused victims, their homes and their cars -- have been in use for about six months. But the need is far greater, said Sandra L. Rappeport, director of the Carroll County Family and Children's Services.Jerry F. Barnes, Carroll's state's attorney, said his office anticipates handling more than 500 domestic violence cases this year.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | March 23, 1997
A year ago, many of Carroll County's private social services programs were fighting for survival as the Board of County Commissioners considered deep budget cuts to balance a $5 million deficit.Public outcry and a last-minute tax increase kept the providers afloat, but the narrowly averted crisis has left a lasting impression.At a county budget hearing last week, officials from nonprofit groups told the commissioners that they've stretched their resources to the limit during the past year and have worked to become less reliant on county money.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | December 26, 1996
Six months after county budget cuts forced the Sexual Abuse Treatment Center to reduce services and staff, the agency is urging Carroll officials to restore a counseling program that served adults who sexually abused children.It's critical to treat the offenders as well as child victims of sexual abuse because in many instances the abuser and the child continue to live in the same household, said Sandra L. Rappeport, Carroll County district director of Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland.
NEWS
By Michael James and Michael James,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
A former Baltimore police officer who once led a botched drug raid at the home of a mayoral relative was awarded a lifetime psychiatric disability pension yesterday after claiming Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke tried to ruin his career.Nicholas S. Constantine will receive $8,568 a year and medical insurance for the rest of his life, according to a decision by the city's Fire and Police Employees Retirement board.The raid on July 17, 1991 -- and the fallout from it -- caused "tremendous stress in [Mr. Constantine's]
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | August 16, 1994
Jim Speros backed off his stance of backing down yesterday.The fight with the NFL is back on.Staring out at the klieg lights of TV cameras and a room filled with reporters, the owner of Baltimore's Canadian Football League team said he will attempt to take the trademark rights case over the Colts name into federal court in Baltimore, or, failing that, the Supreme Court."
NEWS
By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1994
Carroll County men who seek therapy because they've battered their wives will have to travel to Baltimore County for help beginning next week.Family and Children's Services of Central Maryland no longer will have the money to pay a therapist to conduct group counseling sessions for men in Carroll, District Director Sandy L. Rappeport said.Men will be referred to the Family and Children's Services office at 7131 Liberty Road in Lochearn.Ms. Rappeport and Pat Lanning, district director of the Baltimore County office, said they were told by state Department of Human Resources officials that they will receive about $8,500 less in the next fiscal year to spend on domestic violence programs than they did this year.
NEWS
By Michael James and Michael James,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
A former Baltimore police officer who once led a botched drug raid at the home of a mayoral relative was awarded a lifetime psychiatric disability pension yesterday after claiming Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke tried to ruin his career.Nicholas S. Constantine will receive $8,568 a year and medical insurance for the rest of his life, according to a decision by the city's Fire and Police Employees Retirement board.The raid on July 17, 1991 -- and the fallout from it -- caused "tremendous stress in [Mr. Constantine's]
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | August 16, 1994
Jim Speros backed off his stance of backing down yesterday.The fight with the NFL is back on.Staring out at the klieg lights of TV cameras and a room filled with reporters, the owner of Baltimore's Canadian Football League team said he will attempt to take the trademark rights case over the Colts name into federal court in Baltimore, or, failing that, the Supreme Court."
NEWS
By CINDY PARR | May 2, 1994
As we welcome the first week of May, we should take time to recognize a unit that serves as the backbone of our society, community and home -- the family. This week, we celebrate National Family Week.What is more deserving of our attention?There are times when we get caught up in our daily routines, which include not only caring for our family but juggling relationships, jobs and extracurricular activities.Many parents and children will say there is so little time to do so much. Family time is usually the first thing to go when something gets booted from the schedule.
NEWS
By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,Staff Writer | June 29, 1992
Had Jonas Rappeport been called to the witness stand, his legions of admirers are fond of saying, John Hinckley Jr. would be sitting in a prison cell today rather than a hospital ward.The thinking goes that the jurors would have found this slight, owlish-looking psychiatrist irresistible. They would have perceived him as being so commonsensical, so agreeable, so reasonable, that they could do nothing but side with him, rule that Mr. Hinckley was sane when he shot Ronald Reagan and send the would-be presidential assassin to a long, long stay in a penitentiary.
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