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July 19, 2005
Sherwin Warren Daniel, an Army veteran and longtime Severn resident, died of pulmonary edema Wednesday at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, formerly North Arundel Hospital. He was 48. Mr. Daniel was born and raised in Chicago. He studied music for several years at what is now Grambling State University in Louisiana before enlisting in the Army in 1976. He served in intelligence before being discharged with a medical disability in 1980. In recent years, Mr. Daniel worked as a part-time salesman and volunteered at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore.
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By Liz Atwood, For The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2013
Finally it's spring. That means baseball, hay fever and the start of painting season. "May through September are the biggest months for paint sales," says Mark Sposito, vice president of marketing for Sherwin-Williams' Eastern Division. As temperatures rise, so do the number of home painting projects, he notes. The Sherwin-Williams paint factory on Hollins Ferry Road is operating 24 hours a day, five days a week. Soon the plant will be working around the clock on weekends as well, says plant manager Mike Levitsky.
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NEWS
October 11, 1993
* Glen Burnie: Burglars stole paint and paint sprayers from the Sherwin Williams Paint store in the 7500 block of Ritchie Highway overnight Thursday.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | February 12, 2013
Sherwin M. Adelman, a retired U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs health economist and strategist, died Feb. 4 from complications of dementia and heart failure at Sunrise Senior and Assisted-Living of McLean, Va. The longtime Pigtown resident was 77. Born and raised in Chicago, Sherwin Mark Adelman was 17 when he enlisted in the Army. He later earned his General Educational Development diploma. Discharged in 1954 from the Army, where he had been a cook, Mr. Adelman earned a bachelor's degree in economics in 1959 and a master's degree in government in 1965, both from Southern Illinois University.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson | July 29, 2005
ED SHERWIN is probably one of the few guys around whose wife approves of him being a regular at Hooters. "He has the dream job of any man," says Debra Sherwin, an accounting professor at Goucher College, sitting next to him in a booth at the Hooters in Towson. She adds with a smile, "Eddie doesn't look at the girls; he looks at the food." This year, Hooters signed Sherwin Food Safety to a contract to do health and safety inspections of all 121 of its Hooters of America corporate-owned restaurants.
NEWS
August 4, 2003
On August 2, 2003, CALVINTANNENBAUM; beloved husband of Margaret Tannenbaum (nee Green); beloved father of Debra Sherwin of Lutherville, MD, Dr. Lee Tannenbaum of Bel Air, MD, Harvey Tannenbaum of Mechanicsburg, PA and the late Mark Tannenbaum; devoted father-in-law of Edward Sherwin, Debra Tannenbaum and Kathy Tannenbaum; devoted brother of Rose Malhmood, Irene Keller and Elaine Frasier; loving grandfather of Kelly Sherwin, Lisa, Amy, Alex and Laura Tannenbaum....
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By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2003
The quiet gentility of urban living and magnificent architecture on Mount Vernon Square is probably the least-changed of any other early-19th-century Baltimore area. All of its Greek Revival elegance - punctuated by the Doric-columned Washington Monument - seems to be embodied in the home of Ellen Sherwin. Her four-story dream, of stone and brick, fronts the park, its statuary and fountain. Grand marble steps lead to a double-door entrance. Sherwin escorts visitors to the right of the home's hall into her receiving room.
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By Lisa Pollak and Lisa Pollak,SUN STAFF | February 26, 1997
There's a certain comfort in eating lunch with a guy who's passionate about safe food. It's sort of like sitting on an airplane next to a pilot. You figure if something goes wrong, you're going to be the first to know.So yesterday, when Ed Sherwin chewed a forkful of beef tenderloin dripping in red wine sauce, swallowed and beamed, we had to relax. So what if the establishment -- Tio Pepe Restaurante -- had been temporarily closed earlier this month when 16 people got sick after eating there?
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By Carleton Jones | June 2, 1991
For Roger and Ellen Sherwin, the first floor view from 12 W. Mount Vernon Place is the top attraction. Their house pet, an aristocratic, part-Persian kitty named Marlene (after Dietrich) agrees that it's just great. She will perch by the hour in the front window overlooking Baltimore's most elegant square, attracting admirers as she switches her bushy tail and watches neighbors strolling the square."Marlene leads a big social life in the front window . . . we've met more people that way," says Ellen Sherwin, a southern Marylander and one-time Manhattan model and decorator who returned to Baltimore in the 1980s.
BUSINESS
By James T. Madore and James T. Madore,NEWSDAY | March 10, 2004
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart has acknowledged that she must step down from her company's board of directors and is seeking a replacement capable of representing her interests as the majority shareholder, sources say. Talks continued yesterday with the six board directors speaking via telephone as they wrestled with the ramifications of Friday's guilty verdict against the domestic entrepreneur. The deliberations also reportedly include her participation in creative activities such as the development of products.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2011
The Sherwin-Williams Co. has agreed to pay $570,000 to settle alleged hazardous-waste violations at its southwest Baltimore paint plant, the Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday. EPA cited the Cleveland-based company for illegally storing hazardous wastes, including waste paint, resins and aerosol containers, at its factory in the 2300 block Hollins Ferry Road. A June 2009 inspection found some wastes in damaged, leaking and improperly maintained 55-gallon drums and tanks, according to the EPA. The government accused the company of storing wastes for more than 90 days in violation of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, failure to date and properly label the containers, failure to properly close them and keep them from leaking, failure to inspect them regularly and failure to respond immediately to wastes leaking from some rusted or damaged drums.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2010
If the Station North Arts District is a frontier, Sherwin Mark is its frontiersman. In 2005, when Mark opened the Load of Fun Gallery at 120 W. North Ave., the block was a grim place, with boarded-up buildings and needle-strewn alleys. While not all of those problems have been resolved, the area today is bursting with nightclubs, a popular pizzeria and galleries. Just try getting a parking space on a weekend night. The 60-year-old Mark was in many ways a trailblazer. But his path is strewn with broken relationships and bitter feelings.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson | July 29, 2005
ED SHERWIN is probably one of the few guys around whose wife approves of him being a regular at Hooters. "He has the dream job of any man," says Debra Sherwin, an accounting professor at Goucher College, sitting next to him in a booth at the Hooters in Towson. She adds with a smile, "Eddie doesn't look at the girls; he looks at the food." This year, Hooters signed Sherwin Food Safety to a contract to do health and safety inspections of all 121 of its Hooters of America corporate-owned restaurants.
NEWS
July 19, 2005
Sherwin Warren Daniel, an Army veteran and longtime Severn resident, died of pulmonary edema Wednesday at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, formerly North Arundel Hospital. He was 48. Mr. Daniel was born and raised in Chicago. He studied music for several years at what is now Grambling State University in Louisiana before enlisting in the Army in 1976. He served in intelligence before being discharged with a medical disability in 1980. In recent years, Mr. Daniel worked as a part-time salesman and volunteered at Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By William Patalon III and William Patalon III,SUN STAFF | May 19, 2004
Sherwin-Williams Co., the nation's largest paint retailer, has agreed to buy its Beltsville-based rival, Duron Co., for $253 million in cash and other considerations, in a deal both parties say cements the future of a local company founded more than 50 years ago by an entrepreneur who got his start selling paint from the trunk of his car. Privately held Duron, which makes paints and industrial coatings and sells through its chain of 231 stores from New...
BUSINESS
By James T. Madore and James T. Madore,NEWSDAY | March 10, 2004
NEW YORK - Martha Stewart has acknowledged that she must step down from her company's board of directors and is seeking a replacement capable of representing her interests as the majority shareholder, sources say. Talks continued yesterday with the six board directors speaking via telephone as they wrestled with the ramifications of Friday's guilty verdict against the domestic entrepreneur. The deliberations also reportedly include her participation in creative activities such as the development of products.
NEWS
September 1, 1995
Marie M. StevensHospital canteen operatorMarie M. Stevens, who operated the canteen at Springfield State Hospital for many years, died Tuesday at the Northwest Hospital Center after an apparent heart attack. She was 81 and lived in Sykesville.Mrs. Stevens worked for the hospital auxiliary and ran the canteen for 25 years. Her duties included cooking, selling and cleaning. After she retired 16 years ago, she was a volunteer at what is now known as Springfield Hospital Center.The former Marie M. Lindauer was a native of West Newton, Pa. She lived in Pikesville for a short time before moving to Sykesville about 50 years ago. She was a former treasurer and Sunday school teacher at Flohrville United Methodist Church.
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By DAN RODRICKS | February 5, 1996
The way Joe Muner and Charlie Erickson tell it, one of the largest producers of paint on the planet had a chance to do the "green" thing and blew it. Sherwin Williams had between 30,000 and 50,000 gallons of old, unsold latex paint sitting in a warehouse in Baltimore. Muner and Erickson, officials of a paint recycling company in Massachusetts, say they were set to take it away and sell it to interests in Eastern Europe. But, but, but ...But Sherwin Williams backed out, and Muner and Erickson suspect all that paint might have ended up in a landfill somewhere.
NEWS
August 4, 2003
On August 2, 2003, CALVINTANNENBAUM; beloved husband of Margaret Tannenbaum (nee Green); beloved father of Debra Sherwin of Lutherville, MD, Dr. Lee Tannenbaum of Bel Air, MD, Harvey Tannenbaum of Mechanicsburg, PA and the late Mark Tannenbaum; devoted father-in-law of Edward Sherwin, Debra Tannenbaum and Kathy Tannenbaum; devoted brother of Rose Malhmood, Irene Keller and Elaine Frasier; loving grandfather of Kelly Sherwin, Lisa, Amy, Alex and Laura Tannenbaum....
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 4, 2003
The quiet gentility of urban living and magnificent architecture on Mount Vernon Square is probably the least-changed of any other early-19th-century Baltimore area. All of its Greek Revival elegance - punctuated by the Doric-columned Washington Monument - seems to be embodied in the home of Ellen Sherwin. Her four-story dream, of stone and brick, fronts the park, its statuary and fountain. Grand marble steps lead to a double-door entrance. Sherwin escorts visitors to the right of the home's hall into her receiving room.
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