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April 2, 1998 | By Juan C. Rodriguez, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
In what police are calling the largest embezzlement case in Franklin Township history, a long-time office manager has surrendered in a $700,000 theft. Maryann Mizenis, the office manager of G & G Communications, a short-wave radio communications company in Franklinville, turned herself in to police Monday - three days after a warrant was issued for her arrest. Mizenis, 53, was in charge of the company's accounting ledgers for 25 years. She surrendered at the township police station to avoid being arrested at home, said her lawyer, Jack Zappacosta.
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September 5, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Dorothy Hunt Allebach, 89, a former office manager in Woodbridge, died of pneumonia Saturday, Aug. 24, in Haven Hospice at JFK Medical Center in Edison. Born in Haddonfield, she lived there before moving to Woodbridge in 1954. A 1939 graduate of Haddonfield High School, she earned a bachelor's at Centenary College in Hackensack in 1942. Mrs. Allebach spent her career with State Farm Insurance Co., retiring as the manager of its office in Woodbridge, her daughter, Mary Lee Montgomery, said in a phone interview.
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March 27, 1995 | By Bill Price, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Nancy Niederriter Mayer, 64, of Wayne, a former secretary, bookkeeper and office manager, died Wednesday at Paoli Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mayer was born and raised in Norwood and graduated from Notre Dame High School in Moylan. She then began a career as a private secretary at the Westinghouse Corp.'s Gas Turbine Division in Lester. In 1951, she married and left the workforce to raise a family. When her children were grown, she resumed her career in the early 1970s and started a bookkeeping business in which she worked for area businesses.
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May 26, 2011
Yvonne Briscoe Ireland, 74, of Erdenheim, a retired office manager, died of organ failure Thursday, May 19, at Abington Memorial Hospital. In 1982, Mrs. Ireland became office manager for Erdenheim Pediatrics, which later became Lockman & Lubell Pediatric Associates in Fort Washington. After retiring at 65, she worked part-time for the practice as a referral specialist until January. Mrs. Ireland graduated from Yeadon High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Millersville University.
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September 29, 1998 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Frederick Faust, 90, of Towamencin Township, a retired office manager and church leader, died Friday of natural causes in the medical facility of the Brittany Pointe Estates retirement community in Upper Gwynedd Township. He retired in 1974 from the former Missimer Dairy in Roxborough, where he had worked for many years. Mr. Faust, who was born and educated in Pottstown, lived in Philadelphia for many years, then at Schwenkfeld Manor in Towamencin for 12 years before entering Brittany Pointe several weeks ago. He was a longtime member of Levering Presbyterian Church in Roxborough and for many years served as its clerk of session and Sunday school superintendent.
NEWS
August 4, 1991 | By Christine Bahls, Special to The Inquirer
A former office manager of a Northampton Township chiropractor's office has been accused of stealing at least $1,876 in Independence Blue Cross checks between March and June, police said. Jacquelyn Mazzanti, 27, of the first block of Mulberry Drive, Holland, turned herself in July 26, police said Wednesday. She has been charged with theft, receiving stolen property, tampering with evidence, unlawful use of a computer and other offenses, said Police Detective Ken Barnes. Barnes said Mazzanti worked at the office of Dr. Howard Bloom and Dr. Marc Bloom in the Weathervane office complex, Almshouse and Temperance Lane, between August 1986 and last June 7. She alone had access to the office computer, police said.
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October 30, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ruth Dumbleton Canton, 90, of Moorestown, a high school teacher in the 1940s and later an office manager for car dealerships, died Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Born in Camden, Mrs. Canton graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School in 1941 and earned a bachelor's in English and history at what is now the College of New Jersey in 1944. "During the war," her husband, Paul A., said, college courses "were accelerated," so she took classes in all seasons, "right around the clock.
NEWS
July 30, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Nancy M. Foehl, 64, of Media and Galena, Md., an office manager and community volunteer, died Sunday, July 21, of pancreatic cancer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The former Nancy Merrill fought the cancer for 15 months, said her husband, lawyer Gene A. Foehl. "During that time, she never lost her compassion and caring for others, taking strength in her faith and making it easier on all those around her," he said. Over several decades, she was the office manager in his law practices - Gene A. Foehl & Associates, and Foehl & Eyre P.C., both in Media.
NEWS
December 30, 1991 | by Scott Flander, Daily News Staff Writer
Eleanor La Battaglia Russell, who for nearly 70 years watched the world change from her real estate office at 15th and Tasker streets in South Philadelphia, died Saturday. She was 91 and lived in the University City section of West Philadelphia. She was of the old school, and proud of it. Even at age 87, when she retired as office manager, Russell still did most of her figuring with a pencil and paper, said her nephew, Robert Bocchino. In the age of the electronic calculator, she would rarely even use the office's ancient adding machine, he said.
NEWS
July 4, 1986 | By Julia M. Klein, Inquirer Staff Writer
Fighting back tears, a longtime office manager for Dr. Samuel S. Lyness said yesterday that she found it impossible to believe any of the charges against the Main Line neurosurgeon accused of sexually assaulting seven female patients. "I am shocked by it," said Lynne A. Scartozzi, an employee of Lyness' for 16 years. "I worked for him all these years. I wouldn't be there if there was any truth to any of this. I've always respected him. He's the best. " Scartozzi testified in Norristown at the 14th hearing held before Louis Seltzer, hearing examiner for the state Board of Medical Education and Licensure, who will decide whether to restrict, suspend or revoke Lyness' license to practice medicine.
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August 12, 2014 | By Diane Mastrull, Inquirer Columnist
In 2004, Richard and Vicki Steel's bodies failed them. He quit practicing dentistry when three surgeries for carpal tunnel syndrome did not relieve his suffering. Already compromised by a serious lung disorder, she was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Nearly two years of surgeries and radiation treatments left her thinking that "it would be better to check out. " A decade later, the couple from Edgmont, Delaware County, face another test of survival - as small-business owners.
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June 27, 2014 | By Kristin E. Holmes, Inquirer Staff Writer
When they showed up at the happy hour, they weren't wearing their office clothes, but sweats and tights. Nor were they drinking lagers and downing wings. Instead, they were contorting themselves, becoming at turns a Downward Facing Dog or a Half Lord of the Fishes. The 90 or so had gathered at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday at a nondescript office complex in King of Prussia for a "Yoga Happy Hour," a twist, bend, and stretch on a long-standing American tradition. The summertime yoga class and networking social draws scores of frazzled office workers, who change from business casual to sweat-friendly and stretch for 45 minutes on an office building patio in Upper Merion Township.
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January 25, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Russell H. Mawson, 75, of Villas, N.J., part-time office manager at the Greater Wildwood Hotel Motel Association since 2000, died at the Atlantic City campus of AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center on Sunday, Jan. 19, following a stroke. Mr. Mawson worked at the association after retiring from a career as a machinist and supermarket manager. "Even when he didn't have to go to work" in the Wildwood office, "he would go over to check to make sure that things were running smooth," his wife, Marie, said.
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October 30, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ruth Dumbleton Canton, 90, of Moorestown, a high school teacher in the 1940s and later an office manager for car dealerships, died Wednesday, Oct. 23, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. Born in Camden, Mrs. Canton graduated from Haddonfield Memorial High School in 1941 and earned a bachelor's in English and history at what is now the College of New Jersey in 1944. "During the war," her husband, Paul A., said, college courses "were accelerated," so she took classes in all seasons, "right around the clock.
NEWS
October 2, 2013 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, Daily News Staff Writer morrisj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5573
THROUGH SUNSHINE, rain, cold, blizzard - whatever the weather might throw at him - Jerry Nolan walked five blocks to church every day to attend Mass. "We had to dig him out of a snow drift once," said his niece Carolyn McDonald. Jerry was a man secure not only in his faith, but in his footwork. He was a marathon runner into his 70s, and ran shorter races until he was almost 80, stopped only when he was hit by a car and broke a leg. But whether he was running or not, Jerry was a presence at nearly every race of any consequence in the Philadelphia-South Jersey area as a volunteer, helping out wherever he could, and as the unofficial photographer with his handy Instamatic.
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September 5, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Dorothy Hunt Allebach, 89, a former office manager in Woodbridge, died of pneumonia Saturday, Aug. 24, in Haven Hospice at JFK Medical Center in Edison. Born in Haddonfield, she lived there before moving to Woodbridge in 1954. A 1939 graduate of Haddonfield High School, she earned a bachelor's at Centenary College in Hackensack in 1942. Mrs. Allebach spent her career with State Farm Insurance Co., retiring as the manager of its office in Woodbridge, her daughter, Mary Lee Montgomery, said in a phone interview.
NEWS
August 7, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Barbara Ann Reed-Trombetta, 67, a Philadelphia police officer from 1979 to 1994, died of melanoma on Thursday, Aug. 1, at her home in North Cape May. She worked in the Sixth District at 11th and Winter Streets before spending the second part of her police career as a court liaison. After a family member who was a police officer was killed in the line of duty in 1985, she decided to work with the courts, her husband, Stephen, a former Philadelphia police officer, said. Born in Roxborough, she graduated from the John W. Hallahan Catholic Girls' High School and completed courses in narcotics prevention conducted by the Police Department.
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July 30, 2013 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
  Nancy M. Foehl, 64, of Media and Galena, Md., an office manager and community volunteer, died Sunday, July 21, of pancreatic cancer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. The former Nancy Merrill fought the cancer for 15 months, said her husband, lawyer Gene A. Foehl. "During that time, she never lost her compassion and caring for others, taking strength in her faith and making it easier on all those around her," he said. Over several decades, she was the office manager in his law practices - Gene A. Foehl & Associates, and Foehl & Eyre P.C., both in Media.
NEWS
February 7, 2013
S UJI MESWANI, 43, and her husband, graphic designer Geoff Weiser, 42, of Fairmount, own Skeem Design, a candle company they launched in 2004. Meswani, a Drexel grad and former retail buyer for Anthropologie, handles the business end. Q: How did you come up with the idea for Skeem? A: I grew up in a family of entrepreneurs, so I knew I wanted to work for myself. My last job was at Anthropologie, developing product, and I knew I could be doing that for myself. I'm married to a brilliant designer, so it was perfect for us to get together on this.
NEWS
November 12, 2012 | By Susan Snyder, Inquirer Staff Writer
Evelyn Tennen Ginensky, 91, a devoted mother and retired office manager, died at her Philadelphia home Thursday, Nov. 8, after an extended illness. Born and raised in the Bronx, Mrs. Ginensky had strong political beliefs, according to her daughter, Amy Ginensky, and even signed an affidavit in support of plaintiffs in the voter ID litigation. Mrs. Ginensky had moved to Pennsylvania later in life, didn't drive and didn't have a photo ID, Ginensky, a lawyer in Philadelphia, said.
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