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Urban development executive

Theodore Mazer Rosenberg, American urban development executive. Recipient plaques National Association Life Insurance Companies, National Quality award, National Association Life Underwriters.


Rosenberg, Theodore Mazer was born on December 27, 1941 in Baltimore. Son of Leonard H. and Edna G. (Mazer) Rosenberg.


Bachelor of Liberal Studies, University Oklahoma. Degree, Loyola University. Degree, Carnegie Institute of Technology.

Degree, Southern Methodist University Institute Insurance Marketing, New York University.


Restaurant manager Royal Geographical Society, Inc., 1963. Agent, then district agent, general agent, new product development, investment policy and capital planning Chesapeake Life Insurance Company, 1964—1978, special adviser to chairman board, 1974—1978. Executive vice president Chesapeake Investment Corporation, 1969—1974, director.

President Twin Oaks Assistants, since 1978, Twin Oaks Advisors, since 1978, Wesmarco Enterprises, 1979—1980. General partner Beethoven Joint Venture, 1979—1981, Bokel Joint Venture, 1980—1983. Guest lecturer Goucher College.

Chairman Baltimore Free Foreign Trade Zone Study, 1967. Vice president, treasurer Baltimore Business Opportunity Center, Baltimore Small Business Development Center, 1970—1973. 1st vice president, treasurer Greater Homewood Community Corporation, 1970—1973.

Treasurer North Central Baltimore Health Corporation, 1972. President Dickyville Association, Inc., 1974, Baltimore Learning Center, 1974—1980. Trustee, treasurer Francis Parker Indiana School, 1984.

Member advisory board Morgan State University School Business, 1970—1973, North Baltimore General Hospital, 1972—1973, Social Science Research Inc., 1974—1979, Rail Preservation Ltd., 1976—1979. Board directors Baltimore United Fellowship, since 1975, Mount Vernon-Belvedere Improvement Association, since 1977, Baltimore-Jerusalem Theater Project, 1979—1983, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra Company, since 1980.


Scoutmaster troop 97 Boy Scouts America, 1977. Member Beth Am Downtown Congregation. Board directors 5th District New Democratic Coalition, 1976—1983, campaign treasurer, 1976—1979, president, 1978—1980.

Member of Baltimore Heritage Society, National Trust Historic Preservation, National Council Urban Development, League Historic American Theatres, Society Finance Examiners, Association Computing Machinery, Mid-Atlantic Options Society, Baltimore Stock Traders Association.


Married Michele Leslie Kayne, May 7, 1978. Children: Elizabeth Ellen, Jacob Henry, Seth Aaron, Marian Deborah.

Leonard H. Rosenberg

Edna G. (Mazer) Rosenberg

Michele Leslie Kayne

Elizabeth Ellen Rosenberg

Jacob Henry Rosenberg

Seth Aaron Rosenberg

Marian Deborah Rosenberg