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SPORTS
June 13, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jeff Trout tries never to miss a Los Angeles Angels game since his son, Mike, is a fixture in the outfield. And Jeff Trout enjoys seeing his old manager, Charlie Manuel, guide the Phillies, a team the elder Trout has been following his entire life. Jeff Trout is a former minor-leaguer who reached as high as double A. After finishing second in the nation in batting at Delaware in 1983, he was drafted in the fifth round by the Minnesota Twins. He began his pro career with the single-A Wisconsin Rapids, where his manager was Manuel.
BUSINESS
May 9, 2011
MEDecision Inc., Wayne, said Carole Hodsdon has been promoted to executive vice president and chief operating officer. She had been executive vice president and chief technology officer since 2009. Nihill & Riedley P.C., a Philadelphia provider of accounting, tax, and other services, said it had hired four new accounting professionals. Heather Craden joins as a manager in the litigation practice. Craden had been a senior manager at Grant Thornton L.L.P. Matthew Musgnung has been named a manager in the insurance practice.
SPORTS
April 14, 2011 | Daily News Staff Report
Eddie Joost, a two-time All-Star shortstop in his eight seasons with the Philadelphia Athletics and the team's player-manager in 1954, died Tuesday in Fair Oaks, Calif. He was 94. Joost had been ill for some time and died peacefully in his sleep, said his grandson, Scott. In a 17-year playing career, Joost batted .239 with 134 home runs and 601 RBI. He also posted six consecutive seasons of more than 100 walks. He played for the Reds from 1936 to '42 (including the 1940 World Series champions)
TRAVEL
February 12, 2012 | By Christopher Elliott, TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES
Question: I recently rented an SUV from Enterprise in Tenafly, N.J. A manager and I walked around the car before I left the lot. Neither of us saw any damage. A week later, when I returned the car, a regional manager, who was taller than both myself and the store manager, noticed two outward-facing dings in the roof of the vehicle. He even asked if anyone had gotten mad and punched the roof, or carried any cargo that could have caused the damage. The store manager who had missed the damage on the first inspection had to climb up into the car to get a look at the top; at that point, he said he never could have missed it. Enterprise wants us to pay for the damage.
BUSINESS
September 26, 2011
Women Against Abuse Inc. , a nonprofit Philadelphia advocacy organization, has elected the following officers to its board: Julie Mostov , vice provost for global initiatives and professor of political science at Drexel University, is president. Kamila Elliot , a relationship manager at Vanguard, is vice president. Stefanie Fleischer Seldin , managing attorney at Philadelphia VIP, is treasurer. Erin McKenna , a graphic designer, is secretary.
SPORTS
November 22, 2011 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
RYNE SANDBERG will remain the manager at Triple A Lehigh Valley, but the Phillies will be making managerial changes throughout the organization. Dusty Wathan has been promoted to manager for Double A Reading after spending the last 2 years as the manager for Class A Clearwater. At Clearwater, Chris Truby takes over as manager, moving up a level from Lakewood, where he managed last year. Mickey Morandini, who returned to the organization full time last season as the manager for Class A Williamsport, will take over at Lakewood.
NEWS
April 16, 2012 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
J. Donald Reimenschneider, 77, East Whiteland Township manager from 1962 to 2001, died Monday, March 26, of sepsis at Phoenixville Hospital. A longtime East Whiteland resident, he had lived for the last year in Collegeville. According to an Inquirer profile in 2000, he had been "the embodiment of the township's government, holding almost every position but police chief. " A son, Jerald, said in a phone interview his father's commitment to the township meant "late nights, a lot of late nights, of supervisor meetings.
SPORTS
February 28, 2013
Zack Wheeler left the New York Mets and their fans hovering around the panic button Wednesday morning. The franchise's best pitching prospect hurt himself hitting. A routine session in the batting cage led to tightness in Wheeler's right side, forcing the Mets to pull the plug on his starting assignment less than 90 minutes before a 12-4 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Mets were calling the injury a mild right oblique strain. General manager Sandy Alderson told reporters there was no timetable yet but said the decision to sit Wheeler was "mostly precautionary at this point.
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