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February 13, 2006
On Friday February 10, 2006, CINDY SUSAN ROSENBACH (nee Shapiro) beloved wife of Louis Rosenbach, devoted mother of Ian Aaron and Rebecca Greenberg and Elissa Jade Rosenbach, loving sister of Karen and Dennis Kravitz of Florida, Ellen and Stephen Semesky of Baltimore, MD and Ira Melvin Shapiro of Florida, loving sister-in-law of Teresa and the late Jack Siegel, devoted daughter of Harry and Lillian (nee Siegel) Shapiro, beloved daughter-in-law of the late Edith Rosenbach, also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
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June 10, 2006
On Wednesday, June 7 2006, HARRY SHAPIRO; loving husband of Lillian Shapiro (nee Siegel); beloved father of Karen Kravitz of Port St. Lucie, FL, Ellen Semesky of Baltimore, Ira M. Shapiro of Coral Springs, FL and the late Cindy Rosenbach; devoted father-in-law of Dennis Kravitz, Stephen Semesky and Louis Rosenbach; beloved brother of Louise Sollins of Baltimore and the late Miriam Rudich; devoted brother in law of Jerome Sollins and Jerome Rudich; loving...
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SPORTS
August 25, 1991
Phoenix Cardinals quarterback Timm Rosenbach said yesterday that he will undergo knee surgery and miss the 1991 NFL season.Rosenbach tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee Wednesday night during a non-contact drill.Rosenbach said at a news conference that he made the decision after consulting with orthopedic specialists Russell Chick, the team physician, and Steve Lombardo of the Kerlan-Jobe clinic in Inglewood, Calif.Last season, Rosenbach threw for 3,098 yards and rushed for 470, second among NFL quarterbacks.
NEWS
February 13, 2006
On Friday February 10, 2006, CINDY SUSAN ROSENBACH (nee Shapiro) beloved wife of Louis Rosenbach, devoted mother of Ian Aaron and Rebecca Greenberg and Elissa Jade Rosenbach, loving sister of Karen and Dennis Kravitz of Florida, Ellen and Stephen Semesky of Baltimore, MD and Ira Melvin Shapiro of Florida, loving sister-in-law of Teresa and the late Jack Siegel, devoted daughter of Harry and Lillian (nee Siegel) Shapiro, beloved daughter-in-law of the late Edith Rosenbach, also survived by many loving nieces and nephews.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 25, 1994
Quarterback Timm Rosenbach joined the long line out of Hamilton, Ontario, last week.It is a procession that started in August when the Tiger-Cats dumped coach John Gregory, and continued two weeks ago when they forced out team president John Michaluk.Last week it was Rosenbach's turn to take the blame, and there is plenty of blame to go around in the depressed steel town by Lake Ontario.By the time the finger-pointing is done, the Tiger-Cats figure to be headed out of town en masse, taking with them 125 years of tradition.
NEWS
January 16, 1994
An article in last Sunday's Sun about former schoolteacher John Merzbacher might have been interpreted as implying that Derek Rosenbach is among the former Merzbacher students who were alleged victims of sexual abuse. In fact, Mr. Rosenbach is not.The Sun regrets the error.
NEWS
June 21, 2003
On Wednesday, June 18, 2003, JACK M. SIEGEL, beloved husband of Teresa (Terry) Siegel (nee Rosenbach), devoted father of Lory Siegel of Balto., MD. and Matthew Siegel of Vienna VA. Devoted brother of Barbara Lavenstein of CA., dear brother-in-law of Murray Lavenstein, Louis and Cindy Rosenbach. Loving nephew of Doris Stern. Loving son of the late Morris and Mildred (nee Stern) Siegel. Dear son-in-law of the late Edith Rosenbach. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, June 20 at 12 noon.
NEWS
June 10, 2006
On Wednesday, June 7 2006, HARRY SHAPIRO; loving husband of Lillian Shapiro (nee Siegel); beloved father of Karen Kravitz of Port St. Lucie, FL, Ellen Semesky of Baltimore, Ira M. Shapiro of Coral Springs, FL and the late Cindy Rosenbach; devoted father-in-law of Dennis Kravitz, Stephen Semesky and Louis Rosenbach; beloved brother of Louise Sollins of Baltimore and the late Miriam Rudich; devoted brother in law of Jerome Sollins and Jerome Rudich; loving...
SPORTS
By Vito Stellino and Vito Stellino,Sun Staff Correspondent | September 10, 1990
WASHINGTON -- The Washington Redskins won the Sympathy Bowl yesterday.The Redskins kicked off their 1990 season by routing the Phoenix Cardinals, 31-0, before 52,649 fans at RFK Stadium.There was nothing unusual about that. They've won 16 of the past 18 and 25 of the past 29 over the Cardinals, including 12 straight at RFK.The difference was that Joe Bugel, their offensive-line coach the past nine seasons, was on the other side of the field in his first game as Cardinals head coach.The Redskins weren't gloating after it was over.
NEWS
By MICHAEL PAKENHAM | June 25, 1995
I briefly abandoned Baltimore in favor of Philadelphia last weekend to celebrate the only international holiday I know of that is devoted to a single work of art. It was a powerful argument for the joys to be found in immediacy.The celebrated work was James Joyce's novel "Ulysses," the greatest of literature's Great Unread Books. The holiday is "Bloomsday," June 16, anniversary of the day in 1904 in which the book's principal events fictionally took place.There is sound argument that "Ulysses" is the most influential novel written in English in the 20th century.
NEWS
June 21, 2003
On Wednesday, June 18, 2003, JACK M. SIEGEL, beloved husband of Teresa (Terry) Siegel (nee Rosenbach), devoted father of Lory Siegel of Balto., MD. and Matthew Siegel of Vienna VA. Devoted brother of Barbara Lavenstein of CA., dear brother-in-law of Murray Lavenstein, Louis and Cindy Rosenbach. Loving nephew of Doris Stern. Loving son of the late Morris and Mildred (nee Stern) Siegel. Dear son-in-law of the late Edith Rosenbach. Also survived by loving nieces and nephews. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS HOME, 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Friday, June 20 at 12 noon.
NEWS
By MICHAEL PAKENHAM | June 25, 1995
I briefly abandoned Baltimore in favor of Philadelphia last weekend to celebrate the only international holiday I know of that is devoted to a single work of art. It was a powerful argument for the joys to be found in immediacy.The celebrated work was James Joyce's novel "Ulysses," the greatest of literature's Great Unread Books. The holiday is "Bloomsday," June 16, anniversary of the day in 1904 in which the book's principal events fictionally took place.There is sound argument that "Ulysses" is the most influential novel written in English in the 20th century.
SPORTS
By KEN MURRAY | September 25, 1994
Quarterback Timm Rosenbach joined the long line out of Hamilton, Ontario, last week.It is a procession that started in August when the Tiger-Cats dumped coach John Gregory, and continued two weeks ago when they forced out team president John Michaluk.Last week it was Rosenbach's turn to take the blame, and there is plenty of blame to go around in the depressed steel town by Lake Ontario.By the time the finger-pointing is done, the Tiger-Cats figure to be headed out of town en masse, taking with them 125 years of tradition.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Writer | August 27, 1994
HAMILTON, Ontario -- Sooner or later, Don Matthews figures he is going to get a legitimate pass rush from the Baltimore CFLs' defensive line.Sooner could come tonight, when rush end Elfrid Payton makes his Baltimore debut against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and quarterback Timm Rosenbach.Later could be next week when final NFL cuts are made."We're not getting enough pressure," Matthews said again this week. "It's obvious what's happening. Our defensive backs are covering well; we've got to get more pressure."
NEWS
January 16, 1994
An article in last Sunday's Sun about former schoolteacher John Merzbacher might have been interpreted as implying that Derek Rosenbach is among the former Merzbacher students who were alleged victims of sexual abuse. In fact, Mr. Rosenbach is not.The Sun regrets the error.
NEWS
By Jim Haner and Peter Hermann and Jim Haner and Peter Hermann,Staff Writers Staff writer Anne Haddad contributed to this article | January 9, 1994
An article in last Sunday's Sun about former schoolteacher John Merzbacher might have been interpreted as implying that Derek Rosenbach is among the former Merzbacher students who were alleged victims of sexual abuse. In fact, Mr. Rosenbach is not.The Sun regrets the error.John Merzbacher -- the former teacher charged with raping and molesting at least 10 students at Catholic Community Middle School during the 1970s -- claimed other victims a decade earlier at an East Baltimore public school, two of his former students said yesterday.
NEWS
By Jim Haner and Peter Hermann and Jim Haner and Peter Hermann,Staff Writers Staff writer Anne Haddad contributed to this article | January 9, 1994
An article in last Sunday's Sun about former schoolteacher John Merzbacher might have been interpreted as implying that Derek Rosenbach is among the former Merzbacher students who were alleged victims of sexual abuse. In fact, Mr. Rosenbach is not.The Sun regrets the error.John Merzbacher -- the former teacher charged with raping and molesting at least 10 students at Catholic Community Middle School during the 1970s -- claimed other victims a decade earlier at an East Baltimore public school, two of his former students said yesterday.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Evening Sun Staff | December 5, 1991
HERNDON, Va. -- The fallout of defeat has showered Joe Bugel's desert paradise in Arizona this season.In the second year of an ambitious project to turn the Phoenix Cardinals into the Washington Redskins West, Bugel treads water with a 4-9 record.It was bad enough that the Cardinals' head coach lost his starting quarterback before the season began. The situation grew worse with the five-game losing streak the Cardinals take into Sunday's home game against the Redskins.But this week found Bugel defending the organization from an insinuation that Cardinals management restricts individual expression, and that the restriction has hurt the team.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Evening Sun Staff | December 5, 1991
HERNDON, Va. -- The fallout of defeat has showered Joe Bugel's desert paradise in Arizona this season.In the second year of an ambitious project to turn the Phoenix Cardinals into the Washington Redskins West, Bugel treads water with a 4-9 record.It was bad enough that the Cardinals' head coach lost his starting quarterback before the season began. The situation grew worse with the five-game losing streak the Cardinals take into Sunday's home game against the Redskins.But this week found Bugel defending the organization from an insinuation that Cardinals management restricts individual expression, and that the restriction has hurt the team.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,Sun Staff Correspondent | December 5, 1991
HERNDON, Va. -- The fallout of defeat has showered Joe Bugel's desert paradise in Arizona this season.In the second year of an ambitious project to turn the Phoenix Cardinals into the Washington Redskins West, Bugel treads water with a 4-9 record.It was bad enough that the Cardinals' head coach lost his starting quarterback before the season began. The situation grew worse with the five-game losing streak the Cardinals take into Sunday's home game against the Redskins.But this week Bugel was defending the organization from an insinuation that Cardinals management restricts individual expression, and that the restriction has hurt the team.
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