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March 17, 2004
On March 14, 2004, CECILE B. TAUBMAN (nee Bloch); beloved wife of the late Edward H. Taubman; beloved mother of David Taubman, of Mt. Laurel, NJ, Jill Lane, of Marriottsville, MD and the late Cathi Taubman; devoted mother-in-law of Denise Taubman; devoted sister-in-law of Ruth and Robert Taubman; loving grandmother of Tim Ensor, Donna Huslinger, Blake, Ashley, Brandon and Tara Taubman; loving great-grandmother of four; loving cousin of Edie Young....
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HEALTH
By Candus Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2010
A show of hands: How many of us think about what covers our feet? Time was, when we bought socks for athletic pursuits, we opted for a bag of white tube socks or suffered in itchy silence as we slid our feet into a new pair of ragg wool socks. No more. With summer over and people trading in their sandals and flip flops for socks and shoes, it's decision time. Dr. Ross Taubman, a Baltimore area podiatrist, says he's beginning to have conversations with his patients in transition to fall footwear.
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BUSINESS
By Knight-Ridder News Service | August 5, 1992
DETROIT -- A privately arranged 1985 loan to A. Alfred Taubman, first disclosed Monday, will yield hundreds of millions of dollars in profits for two General Motors pension funds.The funds, which pay pensions to thousands of GM hourly and salaried workers, will get back almost three times the amount of their $574 million loan.Under a proposed sale of most of Mr. Taubman's interest in his shopping mall empire, the GM funds also will become Mr. Taubman's business partners in a long-term plan to expand malls and buy or build new ones.
NEWS
February 27, 2008
PRADO re-elects KFD Media's Donohue Kevin Donohue of Ellicott City , president of KFD Media, has been re-elected to another term with the Public Radio Association of Development Officers. PRADO is a membership organization providing a supportive environment for public radio development professionals. KFD Media is an Ellicott City marketing firm working with clients who underwrite on public radio & TV, and works with public stations in underwriting consulting and sales training. Taubman president of medical association Ross E. Taubman, DPM, has been elected president of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
Howard County earned three Region III championships yesterday at the Wilde Lake Tennis Club. All three -- Wilde Lake's Lauryn Taubman (girls singles), Mount Hebron's Divya Chandran and Deepa Chandran (girls doubles) and Atholton's Kristy Stutz and Shomik Das (mixed doubles) -- won county titles last Thursday.Eleanor Roosevelt of Prince George's County, behind boys singles champion Erik Nudo, won the team title with 19 points. Mount Hebron (14), Wilde Lake (13), Bowie (10) and River Hill (eight)
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | April 23, 2002
NEW YORK - Former Sotheby's Holdings Inc. Chairman A. Alfred Taubman was sentenced yesterday to a year in federal prison for conspiring with Christie's International PLC to fix commissions on art, antiques, and other valuables. Defense lawyers had urged U.S. District Judge George Daniels to spare the 78-year-old Taubman a jail term and sentence him to probation, noting his poor health and philanthropy. Prosecutors asked for the maximum: three years in prison. "This was a deceitful, secretive, criminal scheme whose object and purpose was illegal profits," Daniels said.
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | August 4, 1992
A. Alfred Taubman's shopping mall empire plans to sell shares to the public, hoping to raise between $335 million and $389 million from investors who would get a 22 percent stake in a group of 19 large shopping malls from California to Connecticut, the company announced yesterday.The move would effectively free Mr. Taubman of hundreds of millions of dollars of personal debt.The company said the offering and the accompanying restructuring would enable it to slash debt and expand.It said it planned to enlarge some large regional shopping centers and might buy or build others.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1998
Lauryn Taubman is an active young lady.She has played ice hockey the last four years -- the first three on Wilde Lake's club team and last season on an all-girls squad.She has played flute and piccolo since fourth grade and is on Wilde Lake's marching band and wind ensemble.She is taking an English course at Howard Community College to prepare herself for Syracuse University and goes twice a week to the Cable 15 television station in Ellicott City as part of a mentorship program.Oh, yes, she also hasn't lost a tennis match this season and is expected to be seeded No. 1 in singles when the Howard County tournament begins Thursday.
NEWS
February 27, 2008
PRADO re-elects KFD Media's Donohue Kevin Donohue of Ellicott City , president of KFD Media, has been re-elected to another term with the Public Radio Association of Development Officers. PRADO is a membership organization providing a supportive environment for public radio development professionals. KFD Media is an Ellicott City marketing firm working with clients who underwrite on public radio & TV, and works with public stations in underwriting consulting and sales training. Taubman president of medical association Ross E. Taubman, DPM, has been elected president of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)
BUSINESS
By New York Times News Service | April 23, 1991
Robert B. Mang has been named president and chief operating officer of Woodward & Lothrop/John Wanamaker Inc., effective May 1.Mr. Mang, 45, who will report to Arnold H. Aronson, the company's chairman and chief executive, is currently president of Bon Marche in Seattle, a division of Campeau Corp.Woodward/Wanamaker includes 17 Woodward & Lothrop stores in the Baltimore-Washington area and 15 John Wanamaker stores in the Philadelphia area. The two chains are owned by Taubman Holdings Inc., a private investment concern controlled by A. Alfred Taubman, a leading mall developer.
NEWS
March 17, 2004
On March 14, 2004, CECILE B. TAUBMAN (nee Bloch); beloved wife of the late Edward H. Taubman; beloved mother of David Taubman, of Mt. Laurel, NJ, Jill Lane, of Marriottsville, MD and the late Cathi Taubman; devoted mother-in-law of Denise Taubman; devoted sister-in-law of Ruth and Robert Taubman; loving grandmother of Tim Ensor, Donna Huslinger, Blake, Ashley, Brandon and Tara Taubman; loving great-grandmother of four; loving cousin of Edie Young....
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | April 23, 2002
NEW YORK - Former Sotheby's Holdings Inc. Chairman A. Alfred Taubman was sentenced yesterday to a year in federal prison for conspiring with Christie's International PLC to fix commissions on art, antiques, and other valuables. Defense lawyers had urged U.S. District Judge George Daniels to spare the 78-year-old Taubman a jail term and sentence him to probation, noting his poor health and philanthropy. Prosecutors asked for the maximum: three years in prison. "This was a deceitful, secretive, criminal scheme whose object and purpose was illegal profits," Daniels said.
NEWS
By Susan Baer and Susan Baer,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 10, 2002
WASHINGTON - Robert Taubman has lived all of his 82 years in Baltimore. But his daughter Nancy, who left her hometown after graduating from the University of Maryland 35 years ago, has lived in Israel since 1967, building a life and a family that now includes six children and 14 grandchildren. Over years of Middle East conflicts and bloodshed, Taubman has never asked his daughter to bring her family back to Baltimore. This time he had to. "Why don't you come home?" the World War II veteran asked his daughter.
NEWS
April 23, 2001
Women's business group to convene in Frederick The Maryland Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs Inc. will hold its 71st State Convention on April 27 and 28 at Francis Scott Key Holiday Inn, 5400 Holiday Drive, Frederick. The convention will include two days of exhibit sales, workshops and business sessions, an awards luncheon and election and installation of officers. The cost is $165. Information: 301-215-9100, Ext. 294; or e-mail aeworrell@erols.com. Columbia company home of the hearth Hearth and Home and Thulman Eastern have joined forces to become Today's Fireplace.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport | June 5, 1998
Coach of the YearCasey Crouse, Mount Hebron: In her third season as coach, Crouse guided the Vikings to their first county title since 1984 and their first Tournament Cup at the county tournament. "The kids on this team are absolutely phenomenal," Crouse said. "They really deserve all the credit. They are very self-motivated." Crouse described her role as "helping them mentally through matches and keep them together as a team." Mount Hebron finished 15-2 to win the regular-season title, losing only to second-place finishers Wilde Lake (14-3)
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 17, 1998
Howard County earned three Region III championships yesterday at the Wilde Lake Tennis Club. All three -- Wilde Lake's Lauryn Taubman (girls singles), Mount Hebron's Divya Chandran and Deepa Chandran (girls doubles) and Atholton's Kristy Stutz and Shomik Das (mixed doubles) -- won county titles last Thursday.Eleanor Roosevelt of Prince George's County, behind boys singles champion Erik Nudo, won the team title with 19 points. Mount Hebron (14), Wilde Lake (13), Bowie (10) and River Hill (eight)
BUSINESS
By Bloomberg Business News | January 14, 1994
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- Woodward & Lothrop Inc., a department-store chain that has been hemorrhaging money for years, may consider filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection to restructure its debt, a company spokeswoman said yesterday."
FEATURES
By FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM | April 15, 1996
Brinkley breakup laid to crackupSupermodel Christie Brinkley and her ex-husband, Colorado real-estate man Richard Taubman, were diagnosed and treated for "post-traumatic stress syndrome" after a 1994 mountain helicopter crash, which may have contributed to their breakup, their attorney says.Ironically, their attorney revealed the information as part of an attempt to keep medical information and other personal matters secret in a Texas court case.Ms. Brinkley, Mr. Taubman and others in March sued American Eurocopter over the ski-trip crash.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | May 3, 1998
Lauryn Taubman is an active young lady.She has played ice hockey the last four years -- the first three on Wilde Lake's club team and last season on an all-girls squad.She has played flute and piccolo since fourth grade and is on Wilde Lake's marching band and wind ensemble.She is taking an English course at Howard Community College to prepare herself for Syracuse University and goes twice a week to the Cable 15 television station in Ellicott City as part of a mentorship program.Oh, yes, she also hasn't lost a tennis match this season and is expected to be seeded No. 1 in singles when the Howard County tournament begins Thursday.
BUSINESS
By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | March 10, 1998
The Rouse Co. is likely to make a bid for the shopping mall portfolio of a Toronto-based company that includes the Towson Town Center.The Columbia-based developer's plan to bid on the TrizecHahn Corp.'s portfolio of 25 malls comes less than a month after it was thwarted in an effort to buy a New York mall owner.That acquisition would have doubled Rouse's size, making it one of the nation's top three retail property owners. Rouse lost the contest to acquire Corporate Property Investors Inc. when Simon DeBartolo Group Inc., of Indianapolis, bid $5.78 billion for CPI's 28 retail and office projects.
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