Judith Steinberg Dean
Judith Steinberg Dean
Judith Steinberg Dean, M.D. , is a physician from Burlington, Vermont. She is the wife of Howard Dean, the Democratic former Governor of Vermont and past chairman of the Democratic National Committee. Steinberg Dean was the First Lady of Vermont from 1991 until 2003.
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Stand By Your Candidate - Newsweek
Google News - almost 6 years
If they are doggedly independent like Judith Dean, they are tagged as uncaring. If they are too involved in policy, they seem as threatening as Hillary in her headband era. And if they dress too well, they menace the requisite air of concern about the
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Paid Notice: Deaths ROSENFELD, RUTH
NYTimes - about 10 years
ROSENFELD--Ruth -Devoted wife to Herbert Rosenfeld and the late Frank Reisch. Adoring mother to Marc, Alan Reisch and daughtersin-law Rose Mary and Judith Dean, stepmother of Susan Schulman. Loving grandmother of six and cherished great-grandmother of four. Former Vice President of the Women's League for Conservative Judaism. Former President of
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For Worse
NYTimes - about 13 years
An essay (The Way We Live Now, Judith Shulevitz, Feb. 1) purporting to be critical of the way the media treats first ladies and protective of their right to lives of their own repeats two gratuitous insults, one for Teresa Heinz Kerry (''blowsy sensuality'') and one for Judith Steinberg Dean (''unyielding frumpiness''). To what purpose, I wonder?
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What's Love Got to Do With It?
NYTimes - about 13 years
THE contest that counts is not between the Patriots and the Panthers. As always, the Super Bowl's commercials will very likely prove the main event, and today's show features a high-stakes ad-agency bout: for the first time, two prescription drugs for erectile dysfunction, Levitra and Cialis, are squaring off in the quest to grab a piece of the
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: POLITICAL MEMO; Those With Endorsements May Lose by Winning
NYTimes - about 13 years
Ted Danson, the former ''Cheers'' star, bounded onto the stage of a packed music hall near here the other day to introduce his wife, Mary Steenburgen, the actress, who was to introduce Gen. Wesley K. Clark. ''Oh, my God, I can't believe this,'' Mr. Danson said in distress, briefly forgetting the name of Ms. Steenburgen's new television show before
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Squished Cupcakes And Polls
NYTimes - about 13 years
Howard Dean's bark was missing its bite. And his socks were missing their warp. Not to mention their woof. He was flashing his ankles, his old black socks threadbare above the heels, showing beneath the same old gray suit he wears day after day. Speaking hoarsely to an appreciative overflow crowd at Martha's Exchange restaurant here on Friday, the
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: TV WATCH; A Smiling Dean Turns to Television to Undo the Damage From Television
NYTimes - about 13 years
Howard Dean went on television to atone for what he did on television. He did so by speaking steadily and smilingly to Diane Sawyer last night on ABC's ''Primetime Thursday,'' with his arm wrapped protectively around his wife, Judith. When Ms. Sawyer asked the candidate if his ferocious, almost maniacal concession speech in Iowa on Monday looked
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: THE FORMER GOVERNOR; DEAN'S CAMPAIGN ALTERS APPROACH AFTER IOWA LOSS
NYTimes - about 13 years
Senior aides to Howard Dean took several steps on Wednesday to overhaul his candidacy, including softening the tone of his speeches and eliminating high-voltage campaign rallies in favor of dignified appearances where he would present himself as a mature ex-governor with a command of health care and the economy. The moves came as senior advisers
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THE 2004 CAMPAIGN: THE CANDIDATES -- Howard Dean; I-Day, Minus One: A Final Trip to the Podium, a Few Last Hands to Shake
NYTimes - about 13 years
'I want to thank my incredibly wonderful wife.' Howard Dean stood in the doorway of his Gulfstream jet, waving for the phalanx of cameras as if he already were president of the United States, his smile so broad it seemed to stretch beyond his face. Glancing back at him from two steps below was his wife of 23 years, Judith Steinberg Dean. That's
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A Night at the White House: Friends, Officials, the Famous and the Generous
NYTimes - almost 20 years
Following is a list of people who stayed overnight at the White House, as released today by the Clinton Administration. The list, which includes both contributors and people who did not contribute, is divided into: Arkansas friends, longtime friends, friends and supporters, public officials and dignitaries and those in the arts and letters. Some
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Travelers, Beware
NYTimes - over 22 years
To The Home Section: The article "How to Keep a Warm House from Turning Dangerous" (Sept. 22) provided valuable information. But the danger of carbon monoxide poisoning may be even greater in hotels, particularly in third world countries. Written in reaction to the death of Vitas Gerulaitis, the article was a painful reminder of the unnecessary
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MUSIC; Carillon in New Canaan, Steel Band at Wesleyan
NYTimes - over 22 years
THE 22d season of Courtyard Concerts opens this week at St. Mark's Church in New Canaan, each of the four 8:15 P.M. Tuesday recitals preceded at 7:30 by a program on the 30-bell Paccard Carillon. Appearing indoors this Tuesday are the soprano Anna Marie D'Ambrosio and the organist Mark Scholtz; weather permitting, the other recitals will be held in
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Judith Steinberg Dean
    FIFTIES
  • 2004
    Age 50
    As her husband served in the Vermont House of Representatives, and as Lieutenant Governor and Governor, she remained working full-time in her practice. She did not campaign with her husband in his quest for the U.S. Democratic presidential nomination in 2004 until after he lost the Iowa caucuses.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1991
    Age 37
    Steinberg Dean was the First Lady of Vermont from 1991 until 2003.
    More Details Hide Details Judith Steinberg grew up on Long Island in the town of Roslyn outside New York City. She earned her bachelor's degree at Princeton University and then received her Doctor of Medicine degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University, where she met fellow medical student Howard Dean. After completing a fellowship in hematology at McGill University in Montreal, Steinberg moved to Burlington, Vermont, with Dean in order to set up their joint medical practice. She uses her family name "Dr. Steinberg" while in her practice to differentiate herself from her husband.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1981
    Age 27
    She married Howard Dean in 1981.
    More Details Hide Details They have two children, Paul and Anne, both of whom have been raised in the Jewish faith.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1953
    Born
    Born on May 9, 1953.
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