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November 14, 2008 | By Sally Downey INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Morton Abramson, 83, a retired financial consultant and former Cherry Hill resident who was active in the Jewish community, died Sunday at JFK Medical Center in Atlantis, Fla., after lung surgery. Mr. Abramson graduated from Central High School in Philadelphia. During World War II he served in the Army in the South Pacific. He married Evelyn Cooper on Christmas in 1943 before shipping overseas. They had met as young teenagers at a friend's house. "I told my father that night that I had met the boy I was going to marry," she said.
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February 26, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Vincent A. McCall Jr., 57, of Rittenhouse Square, a financial consultant and competitive rower, died Thursday, Feb. 20, of heart failure at his home. Mr. McCall was most recently a senior investment consultant at BCG Securities in Cherry Hill, where he advised his clients on matters involving life insurance and estate planning. Mr. McCall's father was a welder for oil refineries and the family lived briefly in Puerto Rico before settling in Northeast Philadelphia. Mr. McCall graduated in 1974 from Father Judge High School, where he was on the rowing squad.
NEWS
December 22, 2000 | By Will Van Sant, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
In what may be the first move to purge the borough government of Democratic loyalists, newly elected Mayor Kati Gray-Sadler fired financial consultant Abdi Gass last week, citing weak performance and a failure to divulge important fiscal records. In response to the letter that Gray-Sadler, an independent, sent to Gass, four Democrats on the six-member Borough Council have signed a letter of protest. The two other council members, both independents, are allies of the mayor's. In their letter, the Democrats contended that Gray-Sadler overstepped her mandate and illegally took action against Gass without their consent.
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September 27, 1997 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Paul J. Muller, 85, a retired financial consultant and former chairman of the Upper Makefield Board of Supervisors, died Monday at his home in the township. He retired in 1980 after six years as owner of Paul J. Muller Associates in Newtown Borough. Previously, he spent 28 years as a financial consultant with Yegan Associates, Teaneck, N.J. Mr. Muller was born and educated in Union City, N.J. He was drafted into the Army during World War II at age 30 and served five years in the South Pacific.
NEWS
April 20, 1988 | By Rosalee Polk Rhodes, Special to The Inquirer
Despite protests from the Police Department and ambulance squad, the Magnolia Borough Council at a special meeting on Friday voted to hire a financial consultant at an annual salary of $5,000. The vote was 5-1. Peter Garibaldi, who was the only council member to cast a negative vote, opposed hiring the consultant because this year' police budget was cut. Garibaldi, who is the director of public safety for the borough, said that he agreed that the services of financial consultant Eugene Lilley would be helpful, but that hiring him at this time would not in the the best interest of the Police Department or ambulance squad.
NEWS
January 16, 1986 | By Martisa Jackson, Special to The Inquirer
In an effort to determine whether a municipal sewer system would be financially possible, the Berlin Township Council this week agreed to pay $2,000 to a Philadelphia financial consultant to study the issue. All property owners in the township now use septic tanks for waste disposal. "We are looking into all alternatives to installing a sewer system because we want to develop the town further, and we can't unless we install sewer lines," Mayor Paul Farms said during a council meeting Monday night.
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March 27, 2000 | By Kay Raftery, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
H. Robert Nagel, 56, of Haverford, a mortgage banker and retired president of PHH Auto Finance Corp. in Mount Laurel, died of esophageal cancer Thursday at Fox Chase Cancer Center in Philadelphia. Mr. Nagel was born in Detroit and grew up in Dallas. He graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where he also received his master's degree in business administration. From 1969 to 1976, he worked for the Deloitte & Touche accounting firm in Baltimore. Mr. Nagel began his career with PHH Corp.
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May 16, 2001 | By Angela Couloumbis INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Board of Commissioners of the troubled Camden Parking Authority yesterday appointed finance director Judy Fulton to be the agency's acting executive director. Fulton will replace outgoing director Anthony Scarduzio, who last month negotiated a $130,000 buyout of his contract with the authority. Scarduzio, whose agency has been under investigation by the state Attorney General's Office for six months, had said he was leaving because he could no longer do his job effectively, given distractions caused by media reports and accusations contained in a lawsuit against him and the agency.
NEWS
October 18, 2001 | By Dwight Ott INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The problem-plagued Camden Parking Authority has a new financial troubleshooter. Elvis Gooden, 39, of East Brunswick, Middlesex County, was named the agency's chief financial officer at a Tuesday meeting. Gooden, who will receive a salary of $61,800, replaces Judy Fulton, who became executive director in June after Anthony Scarduzio took a buyout. Later in the summer, Scarduzio fatally shot himself. Gooden said yesterday in an interview that he wanted to help improve the authority's image.
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June 24, 1997 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
A memorial service will be held Thursday for P. Edward Schenck, 85, a businessman, community activist and church leader who died Wednesday at his Pipersville home. The service will be held at 7 p.m. at Deep Run Presbyterian Church, Route 113 and Elephant Road, Bedminster. Born in Philadelphia, Mr. Schenck graduated from Germantown High School and Temple University. He spent most of his working career as credit manager for the Eastern division of Container Corp. of America, retiring at age 65. For the next 10 years, he was a financial consultant for other companies.
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June 6, 2016 | By Rita Giordano, Staff Writer
When Sheila O'Callaghan was growing up in the 1950s and '60s in North Jersey, the somewhat older members of the Crowther side of the family seized her imagination. They included admirable women, more than a couple of whom pursued higher education near Philadelphia, at Rosemont College on the well-to-do Main Line. One of them was O'Callaghan's aunt, Catherine "Nan" Holland, a 1951 Rosemont graduate who went on to marry the dashing Hugh Crowther. When it was time for O'Callaghan to go to college, she selected Rosemont.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 11, 2016 | By Sofiya Ballin and Stephan Salisbury, STAFF WRITERS
It has been a little more than four years since the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla., and the resulting bubbling-over of U.S. racial and political tensions for all the world to see. "It was the shot heard around the world," playwright Thomas Soto says. At the time, he and Rajendra Ramoon Maharaj - who was recently appointed guest artistic director for the 49th season of New Freedom Theatre in Philadelphia - were in New York. "We were trying to find ways to [channel]
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April 9, 2015 | BY WILLIAM BENDER, Daily News Staff Writer benderw@phillynews.com, 215-854-5255
THIS WAS supposed to be Lynne Abraham's moment, the first televised debate in a mayoral campaign in which she seemed to be losing ground by the day. The Kimmel Center's stage lights kept the dark money at bay and the 74-year-old former district attorney was temporarily on equal footing with her well-funded adversaries, state Sen. Anthony Williams and former Councilman Jim Kenney. It was 60 minutes of free TV time for Abraham - but her legs gave out at the 10-minute mark. She crumpled to the floor - loudly - as Williams was answering the first question of the night, about Mayor Nutter's proposed tax hike.
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January 30, 2015 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
THERE'S LITTLE doubt that Tim Tanksley could have found a good job if he had wanted one. He always passed the pre-employment tests with flying colors. He just didn't want a job. "Tim was probably the most driven to be his own boss, and he never abandoned that goal," his family said. As a result, Tim, often with his late brother, Richard, started many businesses, the most successful of which was a financial consulting firm with offices in Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., and his hometown of Camden.
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February 26, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Vincent A. McCall Jr., 57, of Rittenhouse Square, a financial consultant and competitive rower, died Thursday, Feb. 20, of heart failure at his home. Mr. McCall was most recently a senior investment consultant at BCG Securities in Cherry Hill, where he advised his clients on matters involving life insurance and estate planning. Mr. McCall's father was a welder for oil refineries and the family lived briefly in Puerto Rico before settling in Northeast Philadelphia. Mr. McCall graduated in 1974 from Father Judge High School, where he was on the rowing squad.
NEWS
January 17, 2013 | By Marc Levy, Associated Press
HARRISBURG - A company that dropped its pursuit of a contract to manage the Pennsylvania Lottery said that it could not get some of its questions answered by the Corbett administration and that a requirement that applicants submit a business plan before seeing a final copy of the agreement was unfair. The company, GTECH Corp. of Rhode Island, made the complaints in a Nov. 6 letter to the financial consultant advising the administration in its move to hire a private lottery manager. GTECH's letter was released by state officials, who said Wednesday that the process was fair and complied with procurement rules.
NEWS
October 12, 2012 | By Robert Moran, Inquirer Staff Writer
David M. Cohn, 77, cofounder and chief executive officer of Sage Financial Group in Montgomery County, died Monday, Oct. 8, at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Cohn suddenly became ill about five weeks ago and spent his remaining time in the hospital, his son Stephen said. The cause of his illness has not been determined. Mr. Cohn, who lived in Blue Bell, formed Sage Financial, a wealth-management firm, with sons Stephen and Alan in 1989. In 1995, Mr. Cohn and his sons formed Sage Online, an Internet-based investment-research firm.
NEWS
July 1, 2012
A couple of weeks ago, we speculated that the Republican State Committee, meeting in Hershey last weekend, might do something about Philadelphia's two-headed GOP organization. Never mind. The two-day meeting concluded with barely a reference to the intraparty warfare that has two people claiming to be chairman of the Philadelphia Republican Party - attorney Vito Canuso Jr., who won a disputed 2010 election subsequently voided by the state party for various irregularities, and financial consultant Rick Hellberg, selected in May by a dissident group of 20 ward leaders at a meeting boycotted by supporters of Canuso and the party's general counsel, Mike Meehan.
NEWS
June 10, 2012
Trying to get a handle on how many Philadelphia voters may need help with the state's new voter-ID requirements, City Commissioners chair Stephanie Singer made arrangements last week for a telephone conversation with the state transportation secretary, Barry J. Schoch. The subject was to be the Department of Transportation's data on driver's licenses and nondriver photo ID. Singer said she wanted to compare Philadelphia's list of registered voters with PennDot's lists - to figure out how many people should already have the picture IDs they need to vote in November, and to identify those who do not. Short of obtaining PennDot's data so she could run the comparison herself, Singer said, she wanted to discuss PennDot's methodology for a similar comparison, now under way, a joint effort by PennDot and the Pennsylvania Department of State.
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