By Times staff
© St. Petersburg Times, published September 10, 1999
Marlene Aisenberg -- Born Marlene Sadowsky on Oct. 3, 1962. She is an early-childhood education specialist who ran Play Time Pals in Brandon, a program for toddlers and their mothers. She met her future husband during their junior year at the University of Maryland. They moved to Brandon in 1991, following her parents and sister, Elaine.
Steve Aisenberg -- Born Sept. 14, 1963. He was a real estate salesman at M/I Homes in Brandon when Sabrina disappeared. He returned to work six weeks later but said he struggled to focus on work. The Aisenbergs moved to Maryland this summer.
Sabrina -- Born born June 27, 1997, at St. Joseph's Women's Hospital in Tampa. She disappeared Nov. 24, 1997. She was named in memory of her great-grandparents Sylvia and Paul. She had just started to crawl when she disappeared.
Monica Aisenberg -- Sabrina's sister was 4 when her sister disappeared. Because they looked alike, her parents released a photo of Monica when she was 1 year old, hoping someone might recognize Sabrina at the same age.
William Aisenberg -- Sabrina's brother was 8 when his sister disappeared. His parents said he had a hard time dealing with his sister's disappearance.
Barry Cohen -- The Aisenbergs' attorney, one of the most prominent criminal defense lawyers in the Tampa Bay area. Cohen, 60, has been described as a bulldog for his aggressive approach. He graduated from Florida State University in 1962 and got his law degree from Mercer University in 1966. His clients have included former Hillsborough State Attorney E.J. Salcines and William LaTorre, the Pinellas chiropractor acquitted in the deaths of four teenagers in a 1989 boating accident.
Charles Wilson - Today marks the end of Charles Wilson's five years as U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Florida, which runs from Jacksonville to Fort Myers. Wilson, 44, a former Hillsborough County judge and federal magistrate, will replace retiring Judge Joseph Hatchett on the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, for whom he worked as a clerk 20 years ago. His office has prosecuted executives of Columbia/HCA Healthcare Corp. and the Rev. Henry J. Lyons.