On April 13, Harry T. Kellman of Reisterstown at 84. He was born and raised in Baltimore
where he graduated from City College High School before The University of Baltimore. His civic interest began in his 20s when he and friends started Seven, Ltd,
hosting dances that to raise money for local causes. He later served as president of the American Heart Association’s Anne Arundel County Chapter and as president of the Pikesville Rotary Club. His career began in music as a record salesman for RCA before he
found his entrepreneurial passion and co-founded the first of five Bernie and Harry’s Appliance Centers.
After he sold the appliance stores, he founded Harry T. Kellman and Associates, an
advertising specialty and premium business, to blend his business acumen with his creative talents. He served as commodore at Pleasure Cove Yacht Club and was happiest with his family and friends on his boat “Mellowed Out.”
He is survived by wife Barbara D. Kellman (née Rudo); he is also survived by children Michele (Scott) Wendell, Wendi Kellman, and Ross (Maya) Kellman; brother Steve (Joyce) Kellman; brother-in-law and sister-in-law Stanley and Judy Rudo; sister-in-law Iris Kellman; grandchildren Aaron and Remy Wendell, Zachary and Dylan Kellman, and Jacob Kollegian and Tyden Janow; nieces and nephews Mitchell (Susan) and Scott
Kellman, Jamie Kleeman (Kevin Cummings), Kim (Larry) Zuckerman; and great-nieces and nephews Ashley, Taylor, and Brett Kleeman, Brooke and Chase Popel,
Mollye and Jenna Kellman, and Drew (Sammie) and Halle Kellman. He was predeceased by parents Ruth and Morton Kellman and his brother Marvin Kellman.
Contributions may be sent to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation,