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May 7, 2003
On May 5, 2003 IRENE, beloved wife of the late Robert Waldman, loving mother of Richard Waldman and Judy Kover. Also blessed with six grandchildren, six great grandchildren and one great, great grandson. Interment in Pinelawn Cemetery, Long Island, NY on Saturday at 2 P.M.
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HEALTH
By Michael Bodley, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2014
Three months ago, Cindy Colvin could barely walk. Shopping sprees to feed her "first addiction, retail" were out of the question, as were the essentials - getting groceries, tending to household chores and making it into work. "I didn't know how to walk anymore," said Colvin, 55. "I wasn't walking like a normal person. Just to take a step, every single step, was agony. " With knees so swollen she "couldn't remember normal" and a constant throbbing throughout both legs, the Avondale, Pa., resident drove an hour and a half to Baltimore to see OrthoMaryland's Dr. Barry Waldman, who promised a new life made possible by 3D printing.
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NEWS
November 30, 2003
On November 27, 2003, MR. CARL M. WALDMAN of Glen Burnie; husband of Agnes O. Waldman (nee Hoopes); beloved father of C. Rodger and Scott Waldman and Darla Powell; loving grandfather of Amber and Josh Waldman and Bryan and Kaye Powell. The family will receive visitors at the Singleton Funeral Home, P.A., 1 Second Ave., SW (at Crain Hwy) Glen Burnie on Sunday from 4 to 7 P.M. The funeral ceremony will be held on Monday at 9 A.M. at the funeral home chapel. Interment Glen Haven Memorial Park.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2013
With courage and determination and more than a little bit of moxie, Adelle Waldman set out to crack the code. For her debut novel, a modern-day comedy of manners called "The Love Affairs of Nathaniel P," the Baltimore-raised author decided to explore - and expose - the thinking of the kind of guy that she and her friends used to date. Nate is a rising star on the New York literary scene, fueled by insecurity and arrogance. He's a serial dater who justifies dumping his girlfriend a few days after she'd had an abortion by reassuring himself "that he was not the kind of guy who disappeared after sleeping with a woman - and certainly not after the condom broke.
NEWS
June 11, 2003
On Sunday, June 8, 2003, WILLIAM E. "Bill" WALDMAN, JR., age 80, of Spotsylvania, VA. He retired as a decorated firefighter from the Baltimore City Fire Dept. in 1977 and was a decorated Air Force veteran. Husband of Helen I. Waldman; father of Jane V. Koel, Peggy J. Adam and Steven P. Waldman; brother of Marie Utterbaugh; grandfather of nine; great-grandfather of two. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elizabeth Waldman and one grandchild. A Funeral will be held at 3 P.M. Saturday, June 14, 2003, at Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service, Fredericksburg Chapel, where the family will receive friends one hour prior to the Service.
NEWS
September 11, 2005
On September 9, 2005, EDWARD HENRY WALDMAN; beloved husband of Dorothy Waldman (nee Weiman); loving father of Linda Scherer and Patricia Meszaros; loving step-father of Florence Jordan; adored brother of Alberta Knight. Also survived by five granddaughters, two grandson, seven great-granddaughters and a host of other family members including nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Services will be held on Tuesday 11 A.M. at the funeral home.
SPORTS
By MILTON KENT | July 25, 1995
Last night's New York Yankees-Texas Rangers game on Channel 2 probably seemed like just another ho-hum midsummer night's baseball game, until you heard that voice that seemed a pitch higher than you're used to hearing during a baseball game.The game may not have been extraordinary, but the presence of that voice, belonging to Suzyn Waldman, was quite out of the ordinary -- Waldman became the first woman to call a Major League Baseball contest for a broadcast network.The placement of Waldman, a veteran sports reporter for New York's WFAN-AM, is just the latest step in a welcome development, the continuing, but ever so slow advancement of women in sports broadcasting.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | May 11, 1998
The Stroud Group is a family business in the truest sense.For almost two decades, it was operated under a different name as a regional purchasing company by a couple expecting it to provide for them in their later years.Instead, the couple's daughter, Marjorie Waldman, gave the company a new name and has landed it in the top ranks of a high-profile list of small businesses owned by women.The 18-employee Stroud Group can outfit a hotel with all of its needs, from the lamps and plants in the lobby to the curtains and carpet in the guest rooms.
NEWS
July 6, 1999
Emmy May Platzke, 77, homemakerEmmy May Platzke, a homemaker and longtime member of Pasadena United Methodist Church, died June 28 of natural causes at Duke Medical Center in Durham, N.C. She was 77.The former Emma May Brady was born in Baltimore and attended city schools. She was the widow of Paul Frederick Platzke, whom she married when she was 16.Mrs. Platzke moved to Skipwith, Va., in 1980.She was buried Thursday at Trinity United Methodist Church Cemetery in Skipwith.Mrs. Platzke is survived by a daughter, Sondra May Platzke Jones of McGaheysville, Va.; four sons, Paul F. Platzke Jr., Joseph B. Platzke and Herbert L. "Roy" Platzke, all of Skipwith, and Wane L. Platzke of Harrington, Del.; a sister, Juanita Matheson of Glen Burnie; a brother, Herbert Brady of Baltimore; 16 grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
NEWS
July 21, 1993
Myron S. WaldmanNewsday reporterMyron S. "Mike" Waldman, a Newsday reporter who roved the halls of Congress for the last quarter-century building a reputation for tireless skills and light-hearted generosity, died Monday after a brief illness. He was 61 and lived in Kensington.Mr. Waldman had entered Suburban Hospital in Bethesda on June 29, suffering from gall bladder problems. According to his wife, Jean, he subsequently developed pancreatitis. He died early Monday, apparently of heart failure.
NEWS
By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,liz.atwood@baltsun.com | March 9, 2009
Arthritis affects almost 80 percent of Americans. And those affected are getting younger, according to Dr. Barry Waldman of OrthoMaryland and director of the Center for Joint Preservation and Replacement at the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital. "We don't really know why, but we're seeing an epidemic of patients with wearing out of joints in their 40s and even late 30s." But the good news, Waldman says, is that diet and exercise are the best ways to treat the disease.
NEWS
September 11, 2005
On September 9, 2005, EDWARD HENRY WALDMAN; beloved husband of Dorothy Waldman (nee Weiman); loving father of Linda Scherer and Patricia Meszaros; loving step-father of Florence Jordan; adored brother of Alberta Knight. Also survived by five granddaughters, two grandson, seven great-granddaughters and a host of other family members including nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, on Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Services will be held on Tuesday 11 A.M. at the funeral home.
NEWS
April 25, 2005
On Thursday, April 21, 2005, ALVIN G. WALDMAN, devoted father of Leslie Fleishman, of Baltimore, MD, and Stephanie Spar, of NJ. Devoted brother of Lucille W. Sugar, of Baltimore, MD. Loving grandfather of Elizabeth M. Fleishman, Annette Rose Fleishman, Alexandra Spar and Jacqueline Spar. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, April 26, private at the convenience of the family. Please omit flowers. Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC.
NEWS
By Dana Klosner-Wehner and Dana Klosner-Wehner,Special to the Sun | June 22, 2003
Author Ayelet Waldman has struck a chord with the stay-at-home-mom set. Her bright, funny mysteries weave the woes and wonders of being an at-home mom with the thrills of crime solving. In her Mommy-Track mystery series, Juliet Applebaum, like Waldman herself, is a Harvard Law School graduate and a former Los Angeles public defender who left her job to spend all of her time with her kids. Clad in food-stained sweat shirts and carrying a diaper bag, Juliet solves the murders of such folks as the principal at the most-sought-after preschool in Hollywood and the personal trainer who was going to help her shed those pregnancy pounds.
NEWS
June 11, 2003
On Sunday, June 8, 2003, WILLIAM E. "Bill" WALDMAN, JR., age 80, of Spotsylvania, VA. He retired as a decorated firefighter from the Baltimore City Fire Dept. in 1977 and was a decorated Air Force veteran. Husband of Helen I. Waldman; father of Jane V. Koel, Peggy J. Adam and Steven P. Waldman; brother of Marie Utterbaugh; grandfather of nine; great-grandfather of two. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Elizabeth Waldman and one grandchild. A Funeral will be held at 3 P.M. Saturday, June 14, 2003, at Mullins & Thompson Funeral Service, Fredericksburg Chapel, where the family will receive friends one hour prior to the Service.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2000
When Jacqueline Waldman was a young girl living in a cold-water flat in Romania, she made up a "fairy tale" in which her father would one day beat the forces of evil to reclaim his seaside villa, confiscated by Fascists in 1940 because he was a Jew. Yesterday, she said she can hardly believe her fairy tale has come true: Sixty years later, the house her father lost will soon be hers. Although her father has been dead for decades, Waldman, now a U.S. citizen living in Baltimore County, led a one-woman crusade to persuade the Romanian government to give her the ornate Italian villa her father built on the Black Sea in 1938.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | December 12, 2000
When Jacqueline Waldman was a young girl living in a cold-water flat in Romania, she made up a "fairy tale" in which her father would one day beat the forces of evil to reclaim his seaside villa, confiscated by Fascists in 1940 because he was a Jew. Yesterday, she said she can hardly believe her fairy tale has come true: Sixty years later, the house her father lost will soon be hers. Although her father has been dead for decades, Waldman, now a U.S. citizen living in Baltimore County, led a one-woman crusade to persuade the Romanian government to give her the ornate Italian villa her father built on the Black Sea in 1938.
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2000
When Jacqueline Waldman arrived in a Romanian town on the Black Sea four years ago, she had no trouble locating the ornate Italian villa her father built in 1938. The Baltimore County woman discovered no other building in the seaport like her Jewish father's Venetian-style home, which was confiscated by Romania's Nazi-aligned government, and later the communists, more than half a century ago. Now she wants it back. But Waldman's attempts to reclaim the villa, used as a vacation home for soldiers, have been unsuccessful, despite rulings in her favor by three Romanian courts.
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