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December 28, 2003
On December 24, 2003 HENRIETTA TIMMERMAN, beloved mother of Edel Blumberg of Reisterstown, Md, Stuart Blumberg of Hollywood, Fl. and Alan Morris of Timonium, Md and the late Roger Morris; dear mother-in-law of Lisa Blumberg; beloved sister of Ruth Timmerman and the late Hilda Schwartz; loving grandmother of Samantha and Alison Blumberg. Services private at the convenience of the family. In mourning at (The Preserve), 10 Picnic Court, Reisterstown Md (21136). Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC.
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April 27, 2014
I was disappointed to learn that The Baltimore Sun omitted one of the most significant Republican gubernatorial teams in the recent editorial about the sparring between Attorney General Doug Gansler and Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown ( "Back seat bickering," April 23). Republican candidate Charles Lollar and his running mate Kenneth Timmerman offer a refreshing choice for all Maryland voters, and their candidacy should be given equal attention in any review of the primary contests. Unfortunately, The Sun's editorial board has either been distracted by the noisy infighting of the predominant party's contenders or purposefully chose to ignore Mr. Lollar, an experienced businessman and former Marine who has crafted a realistic and workable plan to eliminate wasteful and fraudulent spending that will increase economic viability and turn around the exit of businesses and revenue that have resulted in our current situation.
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NEWS
May 4, 2007
Sister Margaret R. Timmerman, a member of Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, died of Alzheimer's disease Monday at her order's Baltimore County retirement home. She was 92. Born in Baltimore, she attended the old St. James the Less Parochial School and joined the religious order in 1935. She earned a bachelor's degree from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and a master's from the Catholic University of America. Given the religious name Sister Mary Fides of the Passion, she resumed use of her baptismal name in 1969.
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Tim Wheeler | February 24, 2014
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Charles Lollar announced Monday that he has chosen conservative activist and writer Kenneth R. Timmerman as his running mate. Timmerman, a New York native who's lived in Maryland the last 21 years, is making his second bid for public office.  He was the Republican nominee in 2012 in an unsuccessful bid to unseat Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-8 th District.  He and his family recently moved from Bethesda to Frederick County. An author and writer for various publications, Timmerman is former president of the Maryland Taxpayers Association and president of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran.
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Tim Wheeler | February 24, 2014
Republican gubernatorial hopeful Charles Lollar announced Monday that he has chosen conservative activist and writer Kenneth R. Timmerman as his running mate. Timmerman, a New York native who's lived in Maryland the last 21 years, is making his second bid for public office.  He was the Republican nominee in 2012 in an unsuccessful bid to unseat Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-8 th District.  He and his family recently moved from Bethesda to Frederick County. An author and writer for various publications, Timmerman is former president of the Maryland Taxpayers Association and president of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran.
BUSINESS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2001
A proposed plan by Constellation Energy Group Inc. to split into two independent companies later this year will saddle Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. with too much debt and leave the regulated utility vulnerable to a takeover bid, the state regulatory agency's chief economist said yesterday in testimony that sent company officials scrambling. Regardless of whether a suitable plan is in place to pay off BGE's $2.4 billion debt after the split, there will be no guarantee that goal will be completed by new management if the company is sold or taken over, said Calvin L. Timmerman, a key witness who is also director of the research and economics division of the Maryland Public Service Commission.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2001
Annapolis officials say the long-promised Pasadena public golf course project is back on track after the General Assembly passed emergency legislation intended to clear the way for construction. Legislators sought the bill, which broadens the charter of the project's developer- Maryland Economic Development Corp. - after a golf course development company challenged the legality of MEDCO's involvement. Dennis Callahan, county recreation and parks director, said he expects construction to begin in early July, with completion in fall 2002 - six months behind schedule.
BUSINESS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | November 30, 2003
Attention, baby boomers: If you've been hoping to inherit a pot of money after your parents pass on, you might want to rethink it. Boomers aren't going to be inheriting as much as they think, said Laurence J. Kotlikoff, an economics professor at Boston University, who co-wrote a study in 2000 on boomers' inheritance prospects. He stands by his conclusions. For one thing, boomers can expect to receive 15 percent to 20 percent less in their inheritance than they would have gotten three years ago because of the stock market meltdown, he said.
BUSINESS
By John H. Gormley Jr | August 16, 1991
Arguing that Chesapeake Bay pilots have not reduced their ranks to match declining ship traffic, the staff of the Public Service Commission has recommended that they be granted less than half the 33 percent rate increase they are seeking."
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2001
County officials say that the long-promised Pasadena public golf course project is back on track after the General Assembly passed emergency legislation intended to clear the way for construction. Legislators sought the bill, which broadens the charter of the project's developer - Maryland Economic Development Corp. - after a golf course development company challenged the legality of MEDCO's involvement. Dennis Callahan, county recreation and parks director, said he expects construction to begin in early July, with completion in fall 2002 - six months behind schedule.
NEWS
May 4, 2007
Sister Margaret R. Timmerman, a member of Mission Helpers of the Sacred Heart, died of Alzheimer's disease Monday at her order's Baltimore County retirement home. She was 92. Born in Baltimore, she attended the old St. James the Less Parochial School and joined the religious order in 1935. She earned a bachelor's degree from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and a master's from the Catholic University of America. Given the religious name Sister Mary Fides of the Passion, she resumed use of her baptismal name in 1969.
NEWS
December 28, 2003
On December 24, 2003 HENRIETTA TIMMERMAN, beloved mother of Edel Blumberg of Reisterstown, Md, Stuart Blumberg of Hollywood, Fl. and Alan Morris of Timonium, Md and the late Roger Morris; dear mother-in-law of Lisa Blumberg; beloved sister of Ruth Timmerman and the late Hilda Schwartz; loving grandmother of Samantha and Alison Blumberg. Services private at the convenience of the family. In mourning at (The Preserve), 10 Picnic Court, Reisterstown Md (21136). Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC.
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By Victoria A. Brownworth and Victoria A. Brownworth,Special to the Sun | December 21, 2003
In the delightful new film Love Actually, one of the characters notes that when the planes flew into the twin towers on Sept. 11 people called each other with messages of love. In the midst of a tragedy so immense, anger, pettiness and resentment receded and people embraced, regardless of difference. By reaching out with pure motives, they achieved a moment of spiritual ascendancy. In a pre-Sept. 11, world the holiday season tended to create its own spiritual momentum, re-igniting humane concerns dormant through the rest of the year.
BUSINESS
By DALLAS MORNING NEWS | November 30, 2003
Attention, baby boomers: If you've been hoping to inherit a pot of money after your parents pass on, you might want to rethink it. Boomers aren't going to be inheriting as much as they think, said Laurence J. Kotlikoff, an economics professor at Boston University, who co-wrote a study in 2000 on boomers' inheritance prospects. He stands by his conclusions. For one thing, boomers can expect to receive 15 percent to 20 percent less in their inheritance than they would have gotten three years ago because of the stock market meltdown, he said.
BUSINESS
By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2001
A proposed plan by Constellation Energy Group Inc. to split into two independent companies later this year will saddle Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. with too much debt and leave the regulated utility vulnerable to a takeover bid, the state regulatory agency's chief economist said yesterday in testimony that sent company officials scrambling. Regardless of whether a suitable plan is in place to pay off BGE's $2.4 billion debt after the split, there will be no guarantee that goal will be completed by new management if the company is sold or taken over, said Calvin L. Timmerman, a key witness who is also director of the research and economics division of the Maryland Public Service Commission.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2001
Annapolis officials say the long-promised Pasadena public golf course project is back on track after the General Assembly passed emergency legislation intended to clear the way for construction. Legislators sought the bill, which broadens the charter of the project's developer- Maryland Economic Development Corp. - after a golf course development company challenged the legality of MEDCO's involvement. Dennis Callahan, county recreation and parks director, said he expects construction to begin in early July, with completion in fall 2002 - six months behind schedule.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1999
The New Orleans Saints swept the St. Louis Rams in two NFC West games a year ago by a combined score of 48-20. On Sunday, the Rams scored 28 points in the second half alone to bedevil the Saints, 43-12.What a difference a year makes. Or, more specifically, what a difference Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt, Adam Timmerman and Kurt Warner make.The Saints loaded up with Ricky Williams in the off-season. The Rams traded for Faulk, drafted Holt, signed Timmerman and promoted Warner after quarterback Trent Green was hurt.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | April 9, 2001
County officials say that the long-promised Pasadena public golf course project is back on track after the General Assembly passed emergency legislation intended to clear the way for construction. Legislators sought the bill, which broadens the charter of the project's developer - Maryland Economic Development Corp. - after a golf course development company challenged the legality of MEDCO's involvement. Dennis Callahan, county recreation and parks director, said he expects construction to begin in early July, with completion in fall 2002 - six months behind schedule.
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