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February 25, 2003
The Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chim Family regets the passing of its member MOE SCHUSTER, beloved husband of Sisterhood member Erica Schuster and extends condolences to the family.
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January 1, 2013
The senior dominated the 170-pound class at the Mount Mat Madness tournament at UMBC this weekend, pinning all five of his opponents in the first period to become the Dons' first-ever individual champion at the prestigious event. Schuster, who is ranked No. 2 in the weight class by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, closed out the impressive outing with a 57-second fall against Huntingtown's No. 7-ranked Colton Rowe in Saturday's title bout. He is 14-0 on the season with all of his wins coming by pins - 13 in the first period.
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NEWS
October 19, 2005
On Thursday, October 13, 2005, HARRIS ALEX SCHUSTER, beloved son of the late Paul and Ethel (nee Levy) Schuster; devoted brother of Joy A. Schuster; brother-in-law of Philip Forshlager. Also survived by dear aunts, uncles, cousins and many dear friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mount Wilson Lane on Thursday, October 20 at 11 A.M. Interment at Beth Tfiloh Congregation Cemetery - 5800 Windsor Mill Road. Please omit flowers. Family at home, 129 Hawthorne Avenue (21208)
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By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2012
It's a common refrain in Gia D'Anna's office: Extra inches that childbirth or time left around the middle are resisting diet and exercise. D'Anna is the office manager for a Lutherville plastic surgeon, and, as a mother, she sympathizes with the patients. She just got her own flat tummy back last year. Her boss, Dr. Ronald H. Schuster, had bought a machine that aimed to zap muffin tops and love handles via low temperatures. He was looking for volunteers on the staff before he rolled out the service to patients.
SPORTS
By DON VITEK | October 18, 1992
The Cecil-Harford 700 Club opened its ninth season of competitive bowling last weekend at Fair Lanes Edgewood.On Oct. 11, the 700 Club had four games of qualifying with stepladder finals. Approximately half of the 70-plus membership competed for the $250 top prize.Mike Schuster of Edgewood threw a 194 game to top Gene Sines' 189 for the title. "Those 194-189 games were the lowest scores of the finals," said Chuck Dippenworth, tournament director. The 194 was the lowest game that Schuster posted in the tournament.
NEWS
October 20, 2004
Hampstead police Pfc. Jeffrey Schuster has been named the department's Officer of the Year for 2003 by the Hampstead Lions Club. He was nominated by Police Capt. Jay Gribbin, who described Schuster as a "quintessential team player" in the eight-member department. A former Baltimore City police officer, Schuster has trained three of Hampstead's newest officers. He also initiated the town's Bike Patrol Program in 2002 and wrote a grant application to help the department purchase two patrol bikes.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY and JACQUES KELLY,SUN REPORTER | June 9, 2006
Ben Schuster, a Holocaust survivor who developed a supermarket chain after moving to Baltimore, died of pulmonary fibrosis Saturday at Sinai Hospital. The Pikesville resident was 85. Born in Holoby, Poland, he graduated from a yeshiva - a Jewish school - and attended two years of college until he was forced to flee because of Nazi persecution. He joined the Polish army and faked an appendicitis attack to avoid fighting. Family members said he spent the rest of the war fleeing the Nazis.
NEWS
September 13, 2005
On September 10, 2005 IRENE SACHS SCHULMAN; beloved wife of the late Herman P. Schulman and Fred M. Sachs; beloved mother of Mrs. Wilma Schuster; devoted mother-in-law of the late Dr. Arthur S. Schuster; devoted sister of the late Esther Debois, Fannie Herling and Evelyn Marks; loving grandmother of Dr. Mark Schuster, Stephen Schuster and Neil Schuster; loving great grandmother of Scott and Jacob Schuster. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS & INC, 8900 Reisterstown Rd at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday, September 13 at 12 noon.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2010
An Owings Mills contractor who has offered the Archdiocese of Baltimore $700,000 to offset transportation costs for children displaced by the closing of 12 elementary schools has taken to the airwaves, encouraging families to take advantage of his offer. He's been on the radio before. Danny Schuster, owner of a concrete company, is well known for his advertisements protesting recent Catholic school closings. He has taken a different tack this time, hoping to boost enrollment by helping students get to schools, including Holy Angels, an elementary the archdiocese is opening this fall on the campus of Seton Keough High School.
NEWS
By Dan Rodricks | April 6, 2010
Thirty-five years have come and gone since Dan Schuster, just out of high school in Reisterstown, discovered something about the concrete business — he could do it better himself. In the early 1970s, Mr. Schuster was an upstart contractor with a pickup truck, a shed full of tools and perpetually dirty pants. He and his crew set up forms for concrete. They poured concrete. They finished concrete. They also spent way too much time waiting for concrete to arrive at job sites.
NEWS
By The New York Times | July 20, 2008
"Fair Game: How a Top Spy Was Betrayed by Her Own Government" by Valerie Plame Wilson Simon & Schuster / 413 pages / $15 Columnist Robert Novak destroyed Valerie Plame Wilson's career when he identified her as a CIA officer in 2003, and she wrote this book both to settle scores and to support her family. After reviewing the manuscript, the CIA demanded many deletions; the book includes the censor's marks as well as an afterword by reporter Laura Rozen, who uses the public record to fill in the gaps.
NEWS
By Victoria A. Brownworth and Victoria A. Brownworth,Special to The Sun | March 18, 2007
Yellowcake Ann Cummins When the Light Goes Larry McMurtry Simon & Schuster / 195 pages / $24 Larry McMurtry is one of our most prolific writers. But prolificity can bleed out talent, and his latest brief foray is not only not his best work, it's possibly his worst; and it is not, despite what the jacket copy claims, the end of the Last Picture Show and Texasville trilogy. At least we hope not! Nevertheless, McMurtry is, well, McMurtry and like potato chips or store-bought cookies, can be addictive, particularly for those who never kicked the Louis L'Amour habit and keep thinking McMurtry will write another book like The Last Picture Show, or at least reprise the characters with some kick.
NEWS
By Josh Getlin and Josh Getlin,Los Angeles Times | March 11, 2007
New York -- When Judith Curr, head of Atria Books, recently asked for an additional 2 million copies of The Secret to be printed, she believed the runaway best-seller would continue to receive strong support across the nation. Call it the power of positive publishing - or just plain good timing. Boosted by two days of exposure on Oprah Winfrey's show, Rhonda Byrne's hodgepodge of ancient inspiration, can-do empowerment and nifty pointers on how to attain happiness is on its way to becoming one of the fastest-selling self-help books in publishing history.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Sun reporter | November 8, 2006
Happy Holidays From the Diva of Do-Ahead By Diane Phillips Paula Deen Celebrates By Paula Deen Simon & Schuster / $26 / 2006 If you're a Southern belle, or want to cook like one, Paula Deen has a year's worth of holiday recipes from Dixie. Some are more authentic than others (collard-green-and-ham-hock pizza is suspect). But the fresh apple cake with raisins and pecans was true to its Southern roots and turned out beautifully. The deviled oysters would have been more appetizing without the hard-boiled eggs called for in the recipe.
NEWS
By Victoria A. Brownworth | October 1, 2006
Forgetfulness Ward Just Disobedience Naomi Alderman Touchstone/Simon & Schuster / 240 pages / $24 Naomi Alderman's debut novel won the Orange Prize when it was published earlier this year in England. Set in the claustrophobic world of Orthodox Jews in London's Herndon district (where Alderman herself was raised), it is the story of Ronit Krushka, daughter of an imposing Orthodox rabbi, whose following trails Ronit to New York, where she has fled to become a financial analyst and an out lesbian.
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