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October 30, 2005
On Friday, October 28, 2005, HENRY "HANK: REICHENBERG; loving and devoted husband of Betty Reichenberg, (nee Mazer); loving and devoted father of Dr. Shari Reichenberg Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Eileen Reichenberg Sherr of Rockville, MD and Joyce Reichenberg of Baltimore, MD; loved father in-law of Dr. Phillip Cohen and Stephen Sherr; adored and loving Zadie of Joshua Paul Cohen, Rebecca Mollie Cohen, Gabriella Shaina Cohen, Michael Aaron Sherr and Lauren...
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
The hardest thing for a cop to do is go after another cop. And when cops have to do it, they rarely want the publicity that typically accompanies an important bust. Detective Shawn M. Reichenberg Sr. got the electronic equivalent of a framed commendation — recognized in a Twitter note and in an e-mailed news release hours after he charged a fellow officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man outside a club in Mount Vernon. Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III said in a brief statement that the first-degree murder and other charges against the officer "are an aberration and affront to us all" while he also thanked the detective "who literally worked around the clock since the onset of this investigation."
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March 20, 2005
Mary Helen Reichenberg, a homemaker in Westport who as a young woman endured the Great Depression and defied her parents to marry, died March 13 at Genesis Eldercare in Annapolis after a yearlong bout with complications from a fall. She was 90. She was born Mary Helen Beach in Alexandria, Va. Her family moved to Maryland as her father, a glassblower, followed job opportunities. She graduated from Western High School in Baltimore. After graduation, she began working as a clerk in Baltimore's Water Department billing section.
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By Thomas H. Maugh II and Thomas H. Maugh II,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 5, 2006
Men over 40 are nearly six times as likely to father an autistic child as those under the age of 30, according to a new study that provides support for the role of genetics in the development of the disabling mental disorder. At least two previous small studies hinted at such a link, said epidemiologist Abraham Reichenberg of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, who led the new study. His team examined records of more than 318,000 Israelis born in the 1980s and provides "the first convincing evidence" that advancing paternal age is an important risk factor for development of the disorder, he said.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
A few hundred feet away from the Edgewater home of "Lil" John Reichenberg - one of the area's best-known metal-detector-using treasure hunters - a small beach rests on the shore of Glebe Creek. It is an inlet used more by neighborhood residents than outsiders, which is the reason why Reichenberg, 61, says it's been years since he has hunted there. Treasure lies buried in places where lots of people lose things, but this spot draws relatively few visitors, Reichenberg explains. But on this day in early May, Reichenberg decides he will put on a show, even though the chances of finding a prize, such as a gold ring, are low here.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
The hardest thing for a cop to do is go after another cop. And when cops have to do it, they rarely want the publicity that typically accompanies an important bust. Detective Shawn M. Reichenberg Sr. got the electronic equivalent of a framed commendation — recognized in a Twitter note and in an e-mailed news release hours after he charged a fellow officer in the fatal shooting of an unarmed man outside a club in Mount Vernon. Police Commissioner Frederick H. Bealefeld III said in a brief statement that the first-degree murder and other charges against the officer "are an aberration and affront to us all" while he also thanked the detective "who literally worked around the clock since the onset of this investigation."
NEWS
April 4, 2005
On April 1, 2005 DOLORES F. LENIVY (nee Winterling) dearest wife of the late Stephen J. "Pinhead" Lenivy, devoted mother of Debbie M. Lenivy, Stephen J. Lenivy Jr., and wife Cheryl, and Michael P. Lenivy and wife Keli, beloved sister of Lillian "Sis" Freeberger, Lorraine De Pasquale, and Irma Gottleib, loving grandmother of Shawn Reichenberg and wife Kimberly, Kirsten, Stephen III, Parker, Emma and Matthew Lenivy, loving great-grandmother of Shawn Jr.,...
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By Thomas H. Maugh II and Thomas H. Maugh II,LOS ANGELES TIMES | September 5, 2006
Men over 40 are nearly six times as likely to father an autistic child as those under the age of 30, according to a new study that provides support for the role of genetics in the development of the disabling mental disorder. At least two previous small studies hinted at such a link, said epidemiologist Abraham Reichenberg of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, who led the new study. His team examined records of more than 318,000 Israelis born in the 1980s and provides "the first convincing evidence" that advancing paternal age is an important risk factor for development of the disorder, he said.
NEWS
June 18, 2002
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Baltimore City Central District Stabbing/arrest: A shuttle van driver hired to take workers from Baltimore to Laurel Park was arrested and charged with stabbing a track worker during an argument about coffee. William E. Rudolph, 68, of the 2500 block of Edmondson Ave. was stabbed about 7 a.m. as the van was parked at Hopkins Plaza, after objecting to the driver's drinking coffee in violation of a rule forbidding beverages aboard the vehicle, police said.
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF | June 28, 1999
Helen Chambers Reichenberg, a longtime volunteer and fund-raiser for Good Samaritan Hospital, died Wednesday of ovarian cancer at Oak Crest Village Care Center in Parkville. The lifelong Northeast Baltimore resident was 77. Mrs. Reichenberg was first employed as a hairdresser, then moved to Stewart's department stores in Baltimore, where she became a retail supervisor. After she had spent about 15 years at the company, the stores closed in the early 1970s. She joined Good Samaritan Hospital's auxiliary, helping to raise millions of dollars for the institution.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN REPORTER | May 29, 2006
A few hundred feet away from the Edgewater home of "Lil" John Reichenberg - one of the area's best-known metal-detector-using treasure hunters - a small beach rests on the shore of Glebe Creek. It is an inlet used more by neighborhood residents than outsiders, which is the reason why Reichenberg, 61, says it's been years since he has hunted there. Treasure lies buried in places where lots of people lose things, but this spot draws relatively few visitors, Reichenberg explains. But on this day in early May, Reichenberg decides he will put on a show, even though the chances of finding a prize, such as a gold ring, are low here.
NEWS
October 30, 2005
On Friday, October 28, 2005, HENRY "HANK: REICHENBERG; loving and devoted husband of Betty Reichenberg, (nee Mazer); loving and devoted father of Dr. Shari Reichenberg Cohen of Baltimore, MD, Eileen Reichenberg Sherr of Rockville, MD and Joyce Reichenberg of Baltimore, MD; loved father in-law of Dr. Phillip Cohen and Stephen Sherr; adored and loving Zadie of Joshua Paul Cohen, Rebecca Mollie Cohen, Gabriella Shaina Cohen, Michael Aaron Sherr and Lauren...
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April 4, 2005
On April 1, 2005 DOLORES F. LENIVY (nee Winterling) dearest wife of the late Stephen J. "Pinhead" Lenivy, devoted mother of Debbie M. Lenivy, Stephen J. Lenivy Jr., and wife Cheryl, and Michael P. Lenivy and wife Keli, beloved sister of Lillian "Sis" Freeberger, Lorraine De Pasquale, and Irma Gottleib, loving grandmother of Shawn Reichenberg and wife Kimberly, Kirsten, Stephen III, Parker, Emma and Matthew Lenivy, loving great-grandmother of Shawn Jr.,...
NEWS
March 20, 2005
Mary Helen Reichenberg, a homemaker in Westport who as a young woman endured the Great Depression and defied her parents to marry, died March 13 at Genesis Eldercare in Annapolis after a yearlong bout with complications from a fall. She was 90. She was born Mary Helen Beach in Alexandria, Va. Her family moved to Maryland as her father, a glassblower, followed job opportunities. She graduated from Western High School in Baltimore. After graduation, she began working as a clerk in Baltimore's Water Department billing section.
NEWS
June 18, 2002
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Baltimore City Central District Stabbing/arrest: A shuttle van driver hired to take workers from Baltimore to Laurel Park was arrested and charged with stabbing a track worker during an argument about coffee. William E. Rudolph, 68, of the 2500 block of Edmondson Ave. was stabbed about 7 a.m. as the van was parked at Hopkins Plaza, after objecting to the driver's drinking coffee in violation of a rule forbidding beverages aboard the vehicle, police said.
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By Marcia Myers and Marcia Myers,SUN STAFF | June 28, 1999
Helen Chambers Reichenberg, a longtime volunteer and fund-raiser for Good Samaritan Hospital, died Wednesday of ovarian cancer at Oak Crest Village Care Center in Parkville. The lifelong Northeast Baltimore resident was 77. Mrs. Reichenberg was first employed as a hairdresser, then moved to Stewart's department stores in Baltimore, where she became a retail supervisor. After she had spent about 15 years at the company, the stores closed in the early 1970s. She joined Good Samaritan Hospital's auxiliary, helping to raise millions of dollars for the institution.
NEWS
April 14, 2006
On April 10, 2006, LEE DAVID HOSHALL, JR., beloved life partner of Clarence W. Hill and their pet Lady Spencer. Loving brother of Debra Hoshall and Diane H. Coleman and her husband Jerry Reichenberg. Uncle of Dan Coleman and his wife Lauren. He is also survived by many other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck Inc., Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Rd. (at Echodale) on Friday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Funeral Services will be held at Green Mount Cemetery Mausoleum Saturday 10:30 A.M. Donations may be made to the Maryland S.P.C.
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