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March 31, 2004
On March 30, 2004 ANNE WASSERMAN (nee Rosenberg), beloved wife of the late Oscar Wasserman; beloved mother of Barbara Schiff and Michael Wasserman; devoted mother-in-law of Howard Schiff and Linda Wasserman; devoted sister of the late Hyman and Samuel Rosenberg and Shirley Ruttenberg; loving grandmother of Steven Schiff, Mindy and Mike Gillman, Jason Wasserman and the late Kelly Wasserman; loving great-grandmother of Emily Rachel and Jessica Lynn Gillman....
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HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2011
Former state health secretary Martin Wasserman and his physician wife Barbara have made careers caring for people, but they've also long shared a passion for animals. They share their Ellicott City home with two dogs, three cats and three horses. She's a vegetarian. Since graduating from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1968, they've been troubled for having trained on dogs. U.S. medical schools have since eschewed canines, a few like Hopkins still use pigs.
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BUSINESS
By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Sun Staff Writer | January 5, 1995
Maryland's economy gained some speed in the second half of 1994 and the momentum could carry through the first half of 1995, the state's top economic development official said yesterday."
NEWS
December 30, 2009
Samuel M. (Sam) In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the L. Eric Wasserman Memorial Fund or the Discretionary Fund of his cherished friend, Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein. Both funds are at Central Synagogue ,123 East 55th Street, NYC 10021. Services to be held at Central Synagogue (Lexington Ave and 55th street) on Wednesday, December 30 at 10 a.m.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb | November 5, 1991
As director of the Howard County Striders' Metric Marathon in 1989 and 1990, Joe Wasserman racked up some impressive numbers, but as a marathoner, he has compiled a total equally as admirable.Competing in the Delta Dental of Rhode Island Marathon Sunday in Newport, R.I., Wasserman completed his 50th marathon, finishing in 3 hours, 15 minutes."It wasn't the greatest race," Wasserman said. "I think I let the emotion overcome me."The Rhode Island milestone came 13 years after Wasserman completed his first, the New York City Marathon, in 3:27.
NEWS
By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1997
"Handsome Is: Adventures with Saul Bellow," by Harriet Wasserman. Fromm Iternational. $23.95. 194 pages.Ignorance may not be bliss, but it has its advantages. Despite my weakness for literary gossip, I had somehow managed to miss the end, just last year, of the 25-year professional relationship between Saul Bellow and his agent, Harriet Wasserman. So I read bemusedly and unbiasedly through "Handsome Is," wondering why anyone would choose to turn what is essentially a longish Vanity Fair piece into a shortish book.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | April 10, 2001
Jack B. Wasserman, a businessman and former president of Brager-Gutman's department store in downtown Baltimore, died Friday of heart failure at home in Pikesville. He was 80. During a business career spanning more than 50 years, Mr. Wasserman had headed the department store and been a principal in a commercial real estate management firm. At his death, he was working from his Pikesville office, where he had focused on investments and consulting on real estate since 1984. He began his career in 1947 when he joined the Julius Gutman and Co. department store at Park Avenue and Lexington Street, which was founded in 1876.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Staff Writer | June 16, 1992
A veteran of 50 marathons, Joe Wasserman also has enjoyed success as a race director. Under his stewardship, the number of runners participating in the Howard County Striders' Metric Marathon grew by 300 percent.But the Bagel Run is the race that's closest to Wasserman's stomach . . . er, heart. He is its organizer, overseer and cheerleader.Every Saturday morning at 7, he and between 30 and 150 runners take off from the Village of Wilde Lake in Columbia for informal runs of between 4 and 16 miles.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,Sun Staff Writer | January 11, 1995
Mark L. Wasserman, who spun a city-planning degree into a career that touched the top levels of state government, said yesterday that his next job will be helping to drum up customers for First Fidelity Bank's Bank of Baltimore division.One of Gov. William Donald Schaefer's closest aides, Mr. Wasserman will become vice president and manager of business and government affairs for the bank on Jan. 23.As now understood, his duties will consist mainly of helping to boost the Bank of Baltimore's commercial loan portfolio from its present 8 percent of assets.
NEWS
By Jonathan Bor and C. Fraser Smith and Jonathan Bor and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF | April 9, 1999
Maryland Health Secretary Dr. Martin P. Wasserman resigned yesterday, apparently pressured by legislators who criticized him for poor oversight of key health programs.Gov. Parris N. Glendening, who announced the resignation at a Cabinet meeting, said Wasserman will lead a new public health effort to combat smoking. Wasserman, in office for four years, will leave at the end of the month and be succeeded by Dr. Georges C. Benjamin, a deputy health secretary."We did accept Marty Wasserman's resignation this morning," Glendening said.
FEATURES
By Sindya N. Bhanoo and Sindya N. Bhanoo,Sun reporter | June 28, 2007
The American Medical Association warned the public yesterday about the potential dangers of video-game addiction, but rejected a call from a Maryland physicians group and other doctors to declare the condition a formal medical disorder. Instead, the national doctors' group urged more formal research into the impact of video game use and called for a review of the video game ratings system. "We would like to find out exactly what this is, what it does, its harms and even its benefits," said Dr. Martin Wasserman, executive director of MedChi, the Maryland State Medical Association.
NEWS
November 22, 2005
Born December 5, 1922, died November 20, 2005 at her home in Delray Beach, FL (former resident of New Rochelle, NY) beloved mother of Shirley (Roger) Carro of Scarsdale, NY and Donna (Mark) Wasserman of Baltimore, MD; darling grandmother of Robin (Rob) Grubard-Wallace, Alyson Grubard, Melissa (Mikel) Daniels, Jo Anna Wasserman, Michael Kaplan, Jonathan Kaplan, Peter Widry and Larissa Widry; proud and adored great-grandmother of Elliot Daniels and Bryce Wallace. Sarah is also survived by her caring companion Sidney Goldstein and her brother Jack Mazer.
NEWS
May 6, 2004
On Tuesday, May 4, 2004, MARY LEE FRIED (nee Rutherford), beloved wife of Melvin Fried; devoted mother of Melanie Fried, Linda Wasserman, and Larry Fried, all of Baltimore and the late Evan C. Fried; dear mother-in-law of Louis Lee, Michael Wasserman, and Anita Fried; devoted sister of Wayne Rutherford of CA and Cora Haugh of Dundalk MD; loving grandmother of Jason Wasserman, Cortney Fried, Stacy Fried, Jordan Fried, Summer Fried, and Xander Fried, and...
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | October 15, 2003
"It's always nice to come home," said Owings Mills volleyball coach Lisa Meyer. "But it's even nicer to leave with a victory." That's exactly what the 1981 Catonsville High graduate got from her fifth-ranked Eagles, who defeated her alma mater on the road, 25-9, 25-16, 25-9, in a nonleague, Baltimore County match yesterday. Setter Stacey Wasserman had 35 assists and three aces on 18-for-20 serving, hitter Nicole Puller was 12-for-12 serving and had 13 kills, and hitter Lindsey Wenderoth had six kills in each game, as Owings Mills (9-1)
BUSINESS
By KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | July 6, 2003
Complaining about a product or service is more than huffing and puffing and threatening to blow a company's house down. In fact, that's the last thing you should do if you want your beef resolved to your satisfaction. Just ask Maria Smith. About two years ago, she and her husband bought matching dishwashers, but one had defective parts. "Ten days came and went, and I called," said Smith, president of the WordSmith Group in Dallas. "They said, 'It's going to be another week or so.' Then it got to be about Labor Day. That's when I found out that it was going to be Christmas until they got the parts."
NEWS
By Whitney Gould and By Whitney Gould,Knight Ridder / Tribune | December 29, 2002
In the age of McMansions, the bungalow is a stubborn throwback. Ground-hugging and compact, with nary a square inch of wasted space, these humble dwellings in older neighborhoods were never showoffs. For years, bungalow owners tended to be almost apologetic about their homes, as if waiting for a time when the family could graduate to something grander in the suburbs. Few people are looking down their noses at bungalows anymore. Newly prized for their warmth, craftsmanship and manageable scale, bungalows are being snapped up and renovated by a younger generation of urbanites more interested in cocooning with their families than impressing the neighbors.
BUSINESS
By William Thompson and William Thompson,Evening Sun Staff | August 7, 1991
Gov. William Donald Schaefer today announced that Mark Wasserman, a longtime aide and favorite son who has worked with Schaefer since 1976, will succeed J. Randall Evans as Maryland's secretary of economic and employment development.Wasserman, 41, will take over the department's top position when Evans, another longtime Schaefer associate, leaves his post August 31.The governor also announced that state agriculture secretary Wayne A. Cawley Jr., who has worked under several governors, is leaving his cabinet seat and will become a "$1-a-year" special adviser to the governor on such issues as agriculture and the environment.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | November 22, 2001
Emily Lipton's mind is on her starting point guard role as a junior for the 2-0 Virginia Tech women's basketball team. But a lot of her heart is still in College Park, where her brother, Erik, once was a redshirt quarterback for Maryland, and her close friend, Terri Daniels, is one of the first players off the bench for the Terps women's basketball team. "I just found out that we're playing at Maryland next season in December," Lipton said. "It's going to be great playing against Terri in her senior year at the new Comcast Center."
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