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September 11, 1988 | By Joe Ferry, Special to The Inquirer
Charles P. Jacian 3d has been appointed development director and assistant to the manager of Whitemarsh Township. Township supervisors appointed Jacian to the position with an unanimous vote at their meeting Thursday night. He is scheduled to begin work Sept. 19. "Charles is well-qualified, and we are looking forward to having him as part of our staff," said township manager Lawrence J. Gregan. Jacian will work closely with Gregan on many of the day-to-day operations of the township.
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July 26, 1990 | By Wanda Motley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nancy A. Goldenberg, a Philadelphia planning consultant and former legislative aide with City Councilwoman Joan Specter, has joined Lower Merion's township staff as an assistant manager. Goldenberg began her duties Monday and will oversee about half the township departments, including personnel, building regulations, planning, health, libraries and community development. "I feel very, very welcome," Goldenberg said on her first day, adding that she had long been impressed with the quality of government in Lower Merion.
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February 11, 1990 | By Melissa Dribben, Inquirer Staff Writer
Less than two weeks after Towamencin Township's manager announced his resignation, the assistant manager, Brian Dehart, said he, too, would be leaving at the end of the month. Dehart, who was supposed to be taking care of business while Towamencin searched for a new township manager, announced Monday that he was resigning to become an assistant township manager in East Norriton. The township manager, Greg Prowant, will be leaving in three weeks to become township manager in Upper Pottsgrove.
NEWS
September 20, 1987 | By Ralph Cipriano, Inquirer Staff Writer
A broad, a clerk and a princess. Those are the names that Abington commissioners have used to refer to Deborah H. Rendon, the township's acting assistant manager, according to a letter that Rendon's lawyer sent to the board. In the letter, lawyer Neil A. Morris of Philadelphia also says that one commissioner had Rendon "followed and placed under surveillance by another township employee without cause, justification or right. " Rendon, 30, has been working as the township's acting assistant manager since July 1986, but last December, the commissioners declined to appoint her to the position on a permanent basis.
NEWS
July 19, 2007
READING, Pa. - An assistant manager at a McDonald's restaurant was shot in the head yesterday while working at the drive-through window, and later died at a hospital, officials said. Shawnee M. Koch, 40, of Reading, was the second person to be shot dead while working in the drive-through window of the McDonald's restaurant at Ninth and Spring Streets. The previous one was a man killed in 2004. Police did not immediately identify any suspects or motive for yesterday's shooting, Police Sgt. Guy S. Lehman said.
NEWS
April 17, 1996 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A former store security guard was ordered yesterday to stand trial on murder, robbery and related charges in the strangulation of a Center City Rite Aid assistant manager last month. After the store closed March 26, Gary Rowlett, 35, a store guard, stayed behind while William Watts, 24, counted the day's proceeds and locked the store, Assistant District Attorney Carlos Vega said. Rowlett, in a statement to police that was read in Municipal Court yesterday, said he asked Watts if he could borrow $30. When Watts refused, the guard told police, he tried to grab the money and the two men struggled.
NEWS
May 2, 1992 | by Joe O'Dowd, Daily News Staff Writer
A man who apparently spent the night in a North Philadelphia bank shot an assistant manager and left her to lie in a pool of blood for almost an hour while he ransacked the bank vault and escaped with what sources said was about half a million dollars. Police said the armed bank robber waited in the stairwell of the Mellon Bank on Germantown Avenue near Broad Street until employees began arriving for work at about 8:30 a.m., then handcuffed them one by one. Capt. James Nocco said the second one to arrive was assistant manager Vanessa Griswold, 36, of the Cedarbrook section of the city, who apparently panicked during the holdup and was shot in the face and the knee at about 7:55 a.m. The robber then handcuffed her and left her behind the counter, where she lay on the floor bleeding as the robber handcuffed the other employees.
NEWS
February 29, 1996 | By Justin Pritchard, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A year after it first solicited applications, the Board of Commissioners has agreed upon an assistant township manager. At a closed meeting Monday night, the seven commissioners who were present unanimously agreed to hire Michael English, according to a source familiar with the decision. English is a member of Haverford's Planning Commission and a township Republican committeeman who is recreation director for Lower Merion Township. Commissioners are likely to vote on English's hiring at their next public meeting, March 11. At the Monday meeting, the board interviewed six candidates who were culled from 175 applications received in January 1994.
NEWS
March 28, 1996 | By Jeff Gammage, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A security guard was charged with murder yesterday, hours after a Center City Rite Aid assistant manager who had been strangled was found by employees arriving for work. The assistant manager, William Watts, 24, of the 5300 block of Sylvester Street in Frankford, appeared to have been strangled with his own tie, police investigators said. Gary Rowlett, 35, of Wyneva Street in Germantown, was charged with murder, robbery, theft, possession of an instrument of crime and receiving stolen property.
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June 14, 2014 | By Tim McManus, Inquirer Staff Writer
The two men on the dais Thursday morning at PPL Park could not have dressed more differently. Union CEO and operating partner Nick Sakiewicz, the man tasked with rebuilding the club once more, wore a patterned shirt unbuttoned at the collar, his sleeves rolled up. Work mode, he called it. At his right elbow, interim manager Jim Curtin sat in a dark suit, his tie crisply knotted, the mop of red hair from his MLS playing days neatly shorn....
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July 17, 2013 | By Frank Seravalli, Daily News Staff Writer
AS FAR AS Ron Hextall could tell, the Flyers' hierarchy was set in 2006. Bob Clarke, the Flyers' general manager, was only 56. The Flyers were 2 years and one lockout removed from an Eastern Conference finals appearance. Hextall, then 42, was the team's director of player personnel. Paul Holmgren was above him as Clarke's assistant general manager, the heir apparent should Clarke ever decide to leave his post. Hextall's blood might be more orange than red, but it was clear than any path for him to rise to the top of the organization's front office was clogged.
NEWS
July 6, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Hugh F. Walsh Jr., 72, formerly of Drexel Hill and Philadelphia, a retired general manager of the Academy of Music, died Sunday, June 30, of cancer at his retirement home in Sea Isle City, N.J. As general manager of the Academy for 37 years, ending in 2002, he rubbed elbows with the city's elite. He traveled with the orchestra to Japan; was a lead negotiator between the academy and the theatrical unions; and daily catered to the demands of celebrity performers, ticket requests from the city's most well-known figures, and the wishes of potential donors.
NEWS
February 15, 2013 | By Carolyn Davis, Inquirer Staff Writer
A former employee of a Montgomery County condominium has pleaded guilty to taking hush money from her boss not to reveal his theft of $600,000 from the complex. Patricia Paugh, 54, on Tuesday admitted to one count of theft and one count of conspiracy to commit theft, both third-degree felonies filed against her in 2011. Paugh was assistant manager of the Plymouth Hill Condominiums, on West Germantown Pike north of Plymouth Meeting Mall, when then-general manager Victor Lopez paid Paugh $30,000 to buy her silence, said Assistant District Attorney Laura Adshead.
NEWS
August 28, 2012 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Robert Toland Jr., 91, a fund-raiser for nonprofit agencies who helped change a state park into what is now Valley Forge National Historical Park in 1976, died Friday, Aug. 10, at Beaumont at Bryn Mawr, a retirement community. He was a longtime Paoli resident. Mr. Toland was founding chairman of Citizens to Save Valley Forge Park, his daughter Susan LeFevre said. In a 2007 letter to Mr. Toland, Nathaniel P. Reed, assistant secretary of the interior in the administration of President Gerald R. Ford, wrote: "The transformation of a neglected state park into one of the most important historical national parks in the system, more important today as ever, remains one of those triumphs of organized citizenry.
BUSINESS
July 15, 2012 | By Frank Kummer and Jane M. Von Bergen, Inquirer Staff Writers
After pulling her team together to spruce up Wet Seal's King of Prussia store for a visit from corporate, manager Nicole Cogdell walked up to the chain's executive vice president, intending to welcome her. Instead, Cogdell said, she overheard the executive vice president telling a district manager that Cogdell, an African American, "wasn't the right fit for the store," Cogdell said, quoting the executive, Barbara Bachman. "She wanted someone with blond hair and blue eyes. " Cogdell is among three African American women from Delaware County who have filed a federal racial discrimination lawsuit against teen-apparel company Wet Seal Inc. Cogdell was fired March 3, 2009, a few days after the visit to her store.
NEWS
May 19, 2012 | By Christine Bahls, FOR THE INQUIRER
At Kitchen Kapers in Ardmore, one trendy tabletop product occupies most of the front window display. At Simply Elegant Home in Media, owner Mary Rhoads has devoted an eight-foot-long wall unit, plus a 48-inch round table, to this French-designed import — in a store that is 1,000 square feet. And, at Everything but the Kitchen Sink in Hockessin, Del., manager Suzanne Edgar devotes to it four five-foot shelves. "It doesn't go on sale," she says. It's Le Cadeaux, and customers can't get enough of it. Last year Rhoads had a "smattering" of sales.
NEWS
April 16, 2012
HACKENSACK, N.J. - Bergen County prosecutors say a North Jersey lawyer helped two large-scale marijuana distributors launder money. Marcanton Macri, 44, of Edgewater, who serves as a municipal prosecutor in North Bergen, was freed Saturday after posting $50,000 bail. That came one day after he was arrested on financial-facilitation and money-laundering charges. County prosecutor John Molinelli said Macri "facilitated" a relationship between two Edgewater residents - Matthew Martin, 43, and Danny Saleh, 34 - and the assistant manager of a local bank.
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