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April 28, 2006
On Thursday, April 27, 2006, JACK STEINBERG; loving husband of Libby Steinberg (nee Walder); beloved father of Charlotte Glicksman of Baltimore, MD, David Steinberg of Passak, NJ, Rebekah Zeif of Baltimore, MD, May Steinberg of Baltimore, MD and Jonathan Steinberg of Queens, NY; devoted brother of Ruth Fiedler of Queens, NY and Vella Snyderman of Plymouth Meeting, PA; loving grandfather of 16. Services were held at SOL LEVINSON AND BROTHERS INC, 8900...
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May 10, 2014
I want to congratulate reporter Luke Broadwater and his contributing colleagues on their article "Cardin missed nearly 75% of votes in committee" (May 7). One of the most important obligations of a free press is oversight of government and its elected officials. The majority of the public would not know what is happening in the legislature without reading the news reports or watching TV news programs. However, I am offended by the politically motivated comments of Ways and Means Committee Chairwoman Del. Sheila Hixson and House Speaker Michael E. Busch, who both minimized the importance of committee attendance.
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By BRUCE L. BORTZ | January 12, 1994
Lt. Gov. Melvin (Mickey) Steinberg prompted one of the youngyear's biggest political laughs Monday. He ''announced'' his Democratic candidacy for governor. This is a man who's been running for the office for more than three years, while hiring (and firing) campaign strategists and staff people more often than we've had winter ice storms.Mr. Steinberg's so-called ''declaration of candidacy'' was as much a non-story as if the state had called a press conference to announce that it would not close Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
NEWS
October 23, 2009
On October 21, 2009, Sally Ann Steinberg Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mount Wilson Lane on Friday, October 23 at 12 noon. Interment Lubawitz Nusach Ari (Ner Tamid) Cemetery, Rosedale. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 200 East Joppa Road, Suite 105, Towson, MD 21286. In mourning at 6106 Pimlico Road, Baltimore, MD 21209 (through Sunday) sollevinson.com
NEWS
December 9, 2003
On December 5, 2003 PHILIP B. STEINBERG, beloved husband of Catherine H. Steinberg (nee Mason) dear father of Catherine M. Steinberg, Phyllis S. and Richard Reid, Raymond P. and Linda Steinberg, Karen S. and Richard Schlosser, dear grandfather of Jeffrey, Cathy and Kristen Reid, Christie Wittman, Stacey Steinberg and Brian and David Schlosser, dear great-grandfather of J.D. Reid, Kayla and Rachel Wittman. Friends may call at the family owned Mitchell-Wiedefeld Funeral Home Inc., 6500 York Rd (at Overbrook)
NEWS
February 17, 2005
On February 14, 2005 EDWARD "NED" STEINBERG of Annapolis; beloved husband of Emily Spire Steinberg; loving father of Carol Steinberg Swain; two grandsons John and Todd Swain and one dear great granddaughter Camden Swain. There will be a memorial service February 22 at 11 A.M. at St. Paul's Anglican Church. In lieu of flower memorial donations may be made to the above church, P.O. Box 380, Crownsville, MD 21032-0380, to the building fund. Also to the Alzheimers Disease Association, 1850 York Rd., Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.
NEWS
October 23, 2009
On October 21, 2009, Sally Ann Steinberg Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mount Wilson Lane on Friday, October 23 at 12 noon. Interment Lubawitz Nusach Ari (Ner Tamid) Cemetery, Rosedale. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, 200 East Joppa Road, Suite 105, Towson, MD 21286. In mourning at 6106 Pimlico Road, Baltimore, MD 21209 (through Sunday) sollevinson.com
NEWS
By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Staff Writer Staff writer Robert Timberg contributed to this article | November 7, 1993
On a recent Western Maryland sweep to the Great Frederick Fair, Lt. Gov. Melvin A. Steinberg sat at a head table, waiting to be introduced to a lunchtime gathering of political and business leaders friendly to his 1994 gubernatorial bid.Del. James E. "Doc" McClellan, a longtime county pol and fair director, welcomed the guest of honor, telling the group that "Mickey" Steinberg would be speaking to them on the duties of the lieutenant governor."And that shouldn't take long," Mr. McClellan said.
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By Robert Timberg and Robert Timberg,Sun Staff Writer | May 7, 1994
Lt. Gov. Melvin A. Steinberg has agreed to pay $42,500 to his former senior campaign aide and one-time close friend Theodore G. Venetoulis to settle a bitter campaign-related legal dispute.Both sides confirmed that an out-of-court settlement was reached late last week for civil suits each filed against the other in December. Mr. Steinberg's lawyer, Paul Mark Sandler, disclosed the $42,500 figure after conferring with his client.Mr. Steinberg, a candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, declined to comment.
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By Patrick Gilbert and William F. Zorzi Jr. and Patrick Gilbert and William F. Zorzi Jr.,Staff Writers | January 28, 1994
Once political allies, now courtroom enemies, Lt. Gov. Melvin A. Steinberg and his former campaign coordinator, Theodore G. Venetoulis, are locked in a dispute over Mr. Venetoulis' brief stint at the wheel of the Steinberg gubernatorial effort.Mr. Venetoulis, a former Baltimore County executive and political analyst, filed suit against Mr. Steinberg and his campaign committee Dec. 29, claiming he was dismissedwithout cause in October after less than five months on the job.The lieutenant governor and his committee counter-sued the same day, alleging financial irregularities by Mr. Venetoulis involving payment of his salary, campaign bills and expense accounts.
NEWS
By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,stephanie.desmon@baltsun.com | January 2, 2009
Murray Steinberg, a Baltimore-area gynecologist who nurtured a lifelong passion for physics by attending college-level science classes for decades, died of pancreatic cancer Tuesday at his Pikesville home. He was 87 and had stopped auditing courses at the Johns Hopkins University just last year. Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., Dr. Steinberg was a 1940 graduate of New York University, receiving his undergraduate degree at age 18 after being selected for Phi Beta Kappa and membership in biology and chemistry honor societies.
SPORTS
By DAN CONNOLLY | August 26, 2008
A few days before Oriole Park at Camden Yards officially opened in April 1992, the Orioles hosted the New York Mets and former Orioles star Eddie Murray for an exhibition game. Dr. Charles Steinberg, then the club's director of public affairs, saw it as an opportunity to get the two leading home run hitters in club history at the time - Murray and Boog Powell - together for a photo shoot. The trio was in Steinberg's new second-floor office in the B&O Warehouse overlooking right field when Steinberg turned to Murray and said, "Wouldn't it be something if you hit my window today?"
SPORTS
January 7, 2008
June Jones spent last night trying to decide whether to accept an offer to coach Southern Methodist or return to Hawaii, where the governor is among those trying to keep him. "It's been a wild day," agent Leigh Steinberg said. "I haven't seen anything like this before. It's emotionally wrenching for June." Jones was in Dallas meeting with SMU officials and the search committee that has been working since late October to hire a replacement for Phil Bennett. Hawaii Gov. Linda Lingle called to see what she could do, and the president who oversees the entire University of Hawaii system called with an updated contract proposal.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN REPORTER | August 21, 2007
On Christmas Eve of 2004, the Atlanta Falcons gave Michael Vick a 10-year, $130 million contract, more in recognition of his promise than his production. Almost three years and $22 million worth of signing bonus later, Vick is likely headed to prison and his football career is in jeopardy. The brilliantly talented, but tragically flawed quarterback has fallen short of the Falcons' vision in every way possible. It is uncertain whether there will be any more NFL Sundays in store for Vick after a 12-to-18-month prison sentence - the punishment expected to be meted out for a guilty plea to dogfighting charges.
FEATURES
By Scott Collins and Scott Collins,Los Angeles Times | December 23, 2006
Hank Steinberg is trying to keep the faith. But it's tough to wage war against doubt when the show you've poured the last 18 months of your life into has disappeared from the TV schedule and no one knows when it's coming back. Steinberg is executive producer of The Nine, ABC's drama that was supposed to have been one of the big hits of the fall season. It was the sort of project that was seemingly blessed from the get-go. Critics loved the pilot, a tense thriller about hostages rescued from a 52-hour bank heist who emerge as a close-knit but emotionally battered group.
FEATURES
By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun reporter | November 29, 2006
Edward Steinberg's customers talk to him when they come in to his men's clothing shop in Pikesville. They might say, "This sweater is great, but I wish it had a little more room." Or maybe, "I would buy this jacket, but I'm really looking for something with pockets." Until recently, Steinberg, president and owner of J.S. Edwards, could only shrug his shoulders or nod in agreement. Now he can do something about it. This year, Steinberg and a group of 40 other menswear retailers around the country created their own label of men's clothing, made with customers' needs in mind.
NEWS
July 2, 2006
Steinberg to head bureau of aging Richard W. Steinberg, a 51-year-old Westminster native, has been named chief of the Carroll County Bureau of Aging. An employee of the county Bureau of Roads Operations, he switched hats Thursday and moved to his new job at the Westminster Senior Center and bureau offices. Before his position with the bureau of roads, he was director of finance and administration for the Visiting Nurse Association of Lancaster County, Pa. He also ran his own health care consulting business for 15 years.
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