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51 Died shortly after Arnold (son) died. Randolph Abrams
 
52 Her Social Security application gives her DOB as 1892 Dora Irene Adler
 
53 Died around 16 Hyman Adler
 
54 Married many times, no kids. Beth Hyatt used to bring him a milk shake everyday. Buried next to Jacob and Lillian. Samuel Adler
 
55 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Daniel Alexander
 
56 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Talia Alexander
 
57 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Stuart Brian Alpert
 
58 born 3rd night of channukah David Ephraim Amidan
 
59 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Naomi Amidan
 
60 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jay D. Aronson
 
61 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jay D. Aronson
 
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Jay D. Aronson
 
63 Avidon, Arthur, 81, of Boca Raton, FL, passed away Monday, July 19, 2010. He was the beloved husband of Helene for 57 years, cherished father of Richard (Alison Schneider) Avidon, Jill (Alan) Slootsky, adored grandfather of Erick, Jodi, Jennifer, Hannah, Isabel, and dear brother of Ethel Fullenbaum. Services will be 2 p.m. today, Wednesday, July 21, 2010 at Temple Beth El of Boca Raton with entombment in the Temple Beth El Mausoleum. Arthur Avidon
 
64 died young Jacob Ballan
 
65 Benjamin Howard Bank died peacefully in his sleep on August 22, 2016. Born April 6, 1958 in Jackson, MS.

Ben was raised in Miami, FL, received a Degree in Business from the University of Florida in 1980 and a MBA from the University of Michigan in 1982. Ben worked 26 years for Unisys Corporation as an IT professional where he traveled the world implementing software. Later Ben worked for various firms in southeast Michigan as an IT Project Manager. Ben resided in Livonia, MI for 24 years. He actively volunteered with the Livonia Junior Athletic League as a coach and manager for boys basketball, soccer, and baseball programs. Ben is preceded in death by his father and mother Sheldon and Eleanor Bank. Ben is survived by his wife of 27 years Nancy (Slifka) Bank of Livonia, MI, sons Simon Bank of Oak Park, MI and Stephen Bank of St Joseph, MI, and sister Michal Finkelstein (nee MaryEllen Bank) of Beit El, Israel.

Visitation for Ben will be held at R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Home in Livonia on Thursday, August 25 from 4:00 - 9:00 PM. A Funeral Service will be held at Unity of Livonia on Friday, August 26 at 11:00 AM followed by internment at Parkview Memorial Cemetery in Livonia, MI. 

The family encourages those who attend the visitation and/or funeral service to wear suspenders in honor of Ben. 
Benjamin Howard Bank
 
66 Buried Oheb Shalom - Berryman's Lane Patrcia Ann Baranowski
 
67 Retired salesman Services for Charles R. Bardoff, a retired wholesale appliance and advertising salesman who had helped operate a family hardware business in Hampden, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Danzansky-Goldberg Memorial Chapels in Rockville.
Mr. Bardoff, a Baltimore native, died Sunday of emphysema at his home in Silver Spring. He was 64.
He retired about one year ago as a salesman for the Zamoiski Co., where he had returned to work in the late 1980s. He had been on that company's sales staff from the late 1950s until the mid-1970s.
Between the two periods with Zamoiski, he was vice president of the Douglas Distributing Co., a Washington appliance firm. He was in the advertising business with his own agency in Washington for a time and later sold for an agency in Los Angeles. Before joining Zamoiski, he was a partner in Bardoff's Hardware Store, a Hampden business started by his father.
Mr. Bardoff was a graduate of City College. He served in the Army during the Korean War.
He enjoyed golf as a member of the Greencastle Country Club in Silver Spring. He remained a Colts fan after he moved to the Washington area.
He is survived by his wife, Edith M. Bardoff; one son, Michael Bardoff of Baltimore; one daughter, Gina Jarboe of Hyattsville; two sisters, Frona Bardoff Allen of Baltimore and Rosa Lea Finstein of Pikesville; one brother, Morris Bardoff of Los Angeles; and one granddaughter, Stacey Lutz of Hagerstown.
The family suggested memorial contributions to the Jewish Social Service Hospice in Rockville. 
Charles R. Bardoff
 
68 On May 24, 2008, Frona Allen (nee Bardoff) beloved wife of the late Ralph Allen; beloved mother of Marc Allen of Morristown, NJ and Ric Allen of Hampstead, MD; loving mother-in-law of Judy Allen and Pamela Allen; devoted sister of Rosa Lea Finstein of Baltimore, MD, Morris Bardoff of West Hollywood, CA, and the late Charles Bardoff; loving sister-in-law of Martin Finstein, Mickie Bardoff, and the late Edie Bardoff; beloved grandmother of Lara Allen-Brett of Short Hills, NJ, Mason Luray Allen of NY, and Shannon Allen, loving great grandmother of Isabel and Benjamin Brett, and Gabrielle Allen.
Funeral services and interment will be held at Anshe Emunah (Aitz Chaim) Cemetery - 3901 Washington Blvd, on Monday, May 26, at 1 PM. Please omit flowers. Contributions in her memory may be sent to Alzheimer's Association, 1850 York Road, Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093. In mourning at 27 Saddle Court (Annen Woods) Pikesville MD 21208 Arrangements by SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC. sollevinson.com 
Frona Bardoff
 
69 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Morris H. Bardoff
 
70 Name: Saul Bardoff
Race: white
Address: 1200 St. Matthew St., Baltimore
Birth Place: Baltimore, Md.
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1889
Comment: Ind 6/19/18 pvt; corp 7/7/18; sgt 7/18/18; sup sgt 7/18/18; sgt 1c 12/1/18, Co D 57 Engrs; 125 Co Transp C; 126 Co Transp C 5/10/19, Hon disch 6/13/19, Overseas 8/29/18 to 6/10/19 Maryland in the World War 1917-1919; Military and Naval Service Records, Volumes I & II
Serbian
Order of St. Sava
 
Saul Bardoff
 
71 WW2 Draft Card says 1889 Saul Bardoff
 
72 WWI Draft Card says born Vilna, Russia 8/8/1889
WW2 Draft Card says born Denberg, Russia 8/8/1888 
Manuel Charles Barkin
 
73 Lithuania Yetta Baron
 
74 BART, Fred M. On Monday, May 8, 2006, FRED M. BART, beloved husband of Judy Bart (nee Himelfarb) and the late Shirlee Bart; beloved father of Beverlee B. Rendelman and Richard S. Bart; father-in-law of Jon Rendelman and Nancy S. Bart; beloved brother of Gail Baylin; brother-in-law of Jack Baylin, Bruce and Leslie Himelfarb; adored grandfather of Andrew Bart, Hilary Winston, Samantha Bart, Stacey Rendelman and Shelby Bart; loving great-grandfather of Cole R. Winston. Services at SOL LEVINSON AND BROS, INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road at Mt. Wilson Lane on Tuesday, May 9 at 4 P.M. Interment, Arlington Cemetery-Chizuk Amuno Congregation-4300 N. Rogers Avenue. Please omit flowers. Memorial contributions in his memory may be directed to the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care, 6601 N. Charles Street, Towson, MD (21204). In mourning at 11115 Valley Heights Dr., Owings Mills, MD (21117). Fred M. Bart
 
75 Charles C. Baum, president of United Holdings and an adviser to professional athletes, charities and arts organizations, died of pancreatic cancer Oct. 24 at his Severna Park home. He was 73.
Born in Montgomery, Ala., he was the son of Max Baum, who had interests in banking and insurance, and Josephine Baum, a homemaker.
Charles C. Baum earned a bachelor's degree from Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he was named to Phi Beta Kappa. He then received a master's degree at the Harvard University School of Business. He was a 1979 graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law.
He initially worked in finance at Loeb, Rhoades & Co. on Wall Street. He moved to Baltimore in 1973 with his first wife, Jane Shapiro Rodbell, and joined her family's business, United Iron & Metal in Southwest Baltimore. He worked alongside his father-in-law, I.D. Shapiro, who died in 2004. Mr. Baum continued to run the business, now known as United Holdings.
"He was an attentive and loving father who was supportive of me, my sisters and later my stepsisters," said his son, Matthew Baum of Baltimore. "He was great adviser. He told me to do in life what was best for me."

Mr. Baum was a partner at Shapiro, Robinson & Associates from 1975 through the 1990s. He worked in sports management, and colleagues said he advised professional athletes, includingEddie Murray, Brooks Robinson, Cal Ripken Jr. and Kirby Puckett.
He became an advocate for Willie Mays Aikens, the former Kansas City Royalsfirst baseman who had received a 20-year prison sentence for selling crack cocaine to an undercover officer.
"Charles and I went down to visit Willie at the Atlanta federal penitentiary," said his wife, Patricia Purnell. "Willie was released at year 15."
"Charles was the most brilliant investment management guy I knew, He combined that brilliance with his own kindness," said Ronald Shapiro, a Baltimore attorney and friend. "He was an effective communicator and a builder of confidence. Charles made a real difference in his sports clients' lives. While other players were losing their earnings, his people were saving them."
"He had a skill," said Mr. Shapiro "He could go into a meeting that was tense, and he would say something that was witty and self-deprecating."
"He was very smart and was generous of spirit. He was unusually witty and loved to take any position in an argument just to create fun," said another friend, Mark K. Joseph, former president of the Baltimore school board who is founding chair of the Shelter Group.
Mr. Baum joined numerous philanthropic and arts boards. He served on the boards ofCenter Stage, the Aaron and Lillie Straus Foundation and the University of Maryland Foundation. He was president of Associated Jewish Charities at his death.
"He had a high, emotional sense of compassion," said Marc Terrill, president of the The Associated" Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. "And in terms of investment, the man knew what he was doing. He led us through the recession of 2008. He was a resolute leader."
Mr. Baum was a longtime member of Beth Am Synagogue.
Mr. Baum supported Sen. Bill Bradley's presidential campaign and served as a delegate to the 2000 Democratic National Convention. He enjoyed playing basketball, tennis and golf. He was an ardent Orioles and Alabama Crimson Tide fan.
He enjoyed reading several newspapers daily and writing letters to their editors.
In 1996, he wrote to The Baltimore Sun about the departure of Oriole announcer Jon Miller. "Until Jon Miller's exit, I defended Peter Angelos' moves. But allowing Miller to go is a Baltimore tragedy that ranks with the exit of the Colts."
In 2003, in a letter in The New York Times, he addressed Yankees owner George Steinbrenner: "Boss, you are, of course, correct: Derek Jeter is a pampered playboy. Trade him immediately. Preferably to the Orioles."
"He had one of the most infectious and generous spirits I have known," said Greg Jordan, a writer and friend who lives in Sherwood. "If you wanted to be happier and feel better about yourself and life, you tried to get close to Charles Baum."
He also served on corporate boards, including MMA Capital Management, the investment advisory firm Gabelli Group Capital Partners and the telecommunications company ICTC. He was a chairman of the Morgan Group Inc. and was a special adviser to Baltimore's Charm City Run.
A private memorial service for family and friends is being planned for Sunday.
Survivors, in addition to his son and his wife of 17 years, a financial adviser at RBC Wealth Management, included daughter Katie Baum of Berkeley, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Staci Hodge of Baltimore and Beth Bafford of Washington, D.C.; a brother, John Baum of Baltimore; a sister, Sylvia Horowitz of Columbia; and four grandchildren. His marriage to Jane Shapiro ended in divorce. Another son, Andrew Baum died in 1971. 
Charles Cahn Baum
 
76 Carol Bear Kleinman, president of Maryland Commercial Loans, died of undetermined causes Thursday. She was 50.
The cause of Mrs. Kleinman's death, whose body was found by Baltimore County police, is under investigation by the state medical examiner's office.
Since 1984, Mrs. Kleinman, a Northwest Baltimore resident, had led the commercial lending and loan brokerage that had been founded by her father, Harry Bear, in 1971. She began working for the Owings Mills company in 1979.
The former Carol Bear was born and raised in Pikesville, and was a 1967 graduate of Pikesville High School. She earned her bachelor's degree in math education from Boston University in 1971.
In the 1970s, she was a founder of and partner in Greetings Baltimore, which sold gift baskets featuring Maryland products. The company is no longer in business.
Mrs. Kleinman was a member of the board of Chizuk Amuno Synagogue in Pikesville and the Central Scholarship Bureau, which gives financial aid to post-secondary students.
She was a member of the Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, Community Real Estate Women and the Jewish Center for Business Development at Associated Jewish Charities. She had served on the board of the Jewish Community Center of Baltimore.
She was a member of the Gilman School Parents Association and the Mavens Investment Club.
Services were held Friday .
She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Howard Kleinman; two sons, Michael B. Kleinman and Jonathan B. Kleinman, both of Northwest Baltimore; her mother, Sylvia Wilson Bear of Baltimore; and a sister, Alice Ludwig of West Palm Beach, Fla. 
Carol Beth Bear
 
77 Washington Post, The (DC) - March 21, 1987

Deceased Name: CLARA BERENTER SENNETT 68, a founder and senior partner of Sennett & Co., a real estate development and management firm, died of sepsis March 18 at Sibley Memorial Hospital. She lived in Washington.
Mrs. Sennett was born in Washington and graduated from the old Central High School. She had served on the board of the Central High School Alumni Association and had been the cochairman of class reunions.
She worked as a real estate property manager before becoming a founder in 1953 of the old Jolles & Sennett Co., which developed North Portal Estates and other communities in the area. In 1960, she and her husband, Harry A. Sennett, formed Sennett & Co.
Mrs. Sennett was a member of the Metropolitan Washington Board of Trade, the Tifereth Israel Congregation in Washington, Hadassah, and the Norbeck Country Club in Silver Spring.
In addition to her husband, of Washington, survivors include a daughter, Linda S. Newman of Potomac; four sisters, Sadye Herman of Silver Spring, Mary Oshinsky Schneider and Carolyn Bogen, both of Chevy Chase, and Irene Sherman of Washington; and three grandchildren. 
Clara Berenter
 
78 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. David Alan Berenter
 
79 Irene ShermanReal Estate Agent

Irene Berenter Sherman, 89, a longtime Washington real estate agent, died Aug. 12 of cancer at her home in the District.
A Washington native, Mrs. Sherman graduated from the old Central High School in 1934. She received a law degree in the 1930s from National University School of Law, which later became part of George Washington University.
In the 1960s, Mrs. Sherman began to sell real estate with Billingsley Realty & Co., which was acquired by Long & Foster. She worked primarily in the upper Northwest section of the city and, at 81, was among the top 10 salespeople at her office on Connecticut Avenue NW. She retired when she was 83.
Mrs. Sherman had a long record of volunteer work, beginning in World War II when she wrapped bandages for wounded soldiers recuperating in local hospitals. She was a precinct captain for Community Chest, a Girl Scout troop leader, a Cub Scout den mother and president of home and school associations at Lafayette Elementary School and Alice Deal Junior High School.
She began volunteering at Sibley Memorial Hospital in the 1960s and was named president of the hospital's Widowed Persons Outreach service last year.
She was a member of Washington Hebrew Congregation and was a fixture for more than 50 years in her block on Runnymede Place NW.
Her husband of 56 years, Louis Sherman, died in 1996.
Survivors include three children, Susan Laden and Michael Sherman, both of Washington, and Barbara Corey of West Roxbury, Mass.; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a companion, Peter Monahan of Washington. 
Irene Berenter
 
80 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dr. Jay Scott Berenter
 
81 On Tuesday, May 2, 2006, MARY OSHINSKY SCHNEIDER of Chevy Chase, MD. Devoted wife of the late Charles Oshinsky and Jack Schneider; beloved mother of Anita (Burton) Reiner, Bernice (Joel) Breslau, William (Ruth) Oshinsky and Edward (Carol) Oshinsky; dear sister of Irene Sherman; proud and loving grandmother of 23 and great-grandmother of 26. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, May 4, 2006, 1 p.m. at B'nai Israel Congregation, 6301 Montrose Rd., Rockville, MD 20852. Interment following at B'nai Israel Congregation Cemetery, Oxon Hill, MD. Memorial contributions may be made to the Jewish Foundation for Group Homes, the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington, the Charles and Mary Oshinsky Memorial Fund for Ballet Production or to the charity of your choice. Shiva will be observed at the home of Anita and Burton Reiner. Arrangements entrusted to TORCHINSKY HEBREW FUNERAL HOME, 202-541-1001. (Endorsed by the Rabbinical Council of Washington).
Published in The Washington Post on 5/4/2006. 
Mary Berenter
 
82 or maybe 1907 Mary Berenter
 
83 no kids Philip H. Berenter
 
84 Died at age 59 William Louis Berenter
 
85 Died at age 59 per obit William Louis Berenter
 
86 was a twin and the other died at birth Bessie Berger
 
87 Born in Beltz, Austria per Petition for Naturalization for father Chaia Ruchel Berger
 
88 from Maryland State Archives Index Chaia Ruchel Berger
 
89 Had one child that died per 1910 census Chaia Ruchel Berger
 
90 probably never married. mental problems Eva Berger
 
91 before 1918 Michael Berger
 
92 given as 9/1/1888, Russia per father's Petition for Naturalization Minnie Berger
 
93 Per Douglas, was first cousin to Marcus. Minnie Berger
 
94 Cleveland Toba Berger
 
95 per Petition for Naturalization for father Toba Berger
 
96 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elizabeth Barnard Berlin
 
97 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Elizabeth Barnard Berlin
 
98 age 60 per tombstone Alice Rachel Berman
 
99 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Dorian Allyn Berman
 
100 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Eric Philip Berman
 

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