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July 15, 2009 | By Walter F. Naedele INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Henry W. Zakrzewski, 77, a retired systems analyst, died of cardiac arrhythmia Saturday at his home in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. Born in Manayunk, Mr. Zakrzewski graduated in 1950 from the former St. John the Baptist High School for Boys in Manayunk and earned a bachelor's degree in accounting from what is now La Salle University in 1956. He earned an MBA in industrial management from Temple University in 1968 and a certificate in data processing in 1970 from the Data Processing Management Association.
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April 18, 1997 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Albert Phillips Jr., 61, a computer systems analyst who was concerned about the treatment of animals and the environment, died Monday at his Morrisville home after a four-year battle with lung cancer. Born in Nazareth, Mr. Phillips was raised in Easton and graduated in 1953 from Easton High School. He then was a sergeant in the Marine Corps and later attended Lafayette College. Mr. Phillips was a computer systems analyst for Baseline Systems Inc. in Moorestown, N.J., where he had been employed for 24 years.
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June 18, 2016 | By Walter F. Naedele, Staff Writer
Robert J. Magee was proud of his collection of sports teams' caps, even though he never bought one himself. Whether the caps were of hockey or football or baseball teams, "people would buy them for him," daughter Teri Van Fossen said. And whether they were college or high school or minor league teams that his children and friends visited across the country, or his favorite, the Eagles, she said, the caps grew and grew "to well over a hundred. " On Wednesday, June 8, Mr. Magee, 83, of Cape May, a former systems analyst and programmer, died at the Aurora, Colo., home of his daughter, three weeks after emergency surgery.
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October 31, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cheryl Grover Mack, 61, of Delran, a computer systems analyst for the former Moorestown packaging and distribution center of Tyco Toys Inc., died of kidney failure Friday, Oct. 25, at her home. Mrs. Mack received a liver transplant "about 13 years ago," her husband, Barry, said. "She lived longer than most transplants, but it started giving out. " Born in Riverside, Mrs. Mack graduated from Riverside High School in 1969 and from the IBM Educational Center in Center City in 1975, he said.
NEWS
June 14, 1996 | By Bill Price, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Janis Russell Kokat, 58, a systems analyst for a pharmaceutical manufacturer who was active in her church, died of cancer Saturday at her home in Malvern. For the last six years, Mrs. Kokat was employed by Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Inc. in Collegeville, working in the firm's regulatory affairs department in research and development. Early in her career, she taught music and piano at Pennsylvania State University for two years and later at the Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr for five years.
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December 2, 2013 | By David O'Reilly, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Burlington County Bridge Commission calls them "openings. " But to the hundreds of motorists stuck each time the deck of the Tacony-Palmyra or Burlington-Bristol Bridges rises, those random events are definitely closings. "My son has a doctor's appointment at 6 o'clock," said a frustrated William Lyou, stuck in an opening last week that had begun at 5:13 p.m. It was 5:32, peak rush hour. Traffic on Route 73 in New Jersey was backed up for nearly a mile, and vehicles on Robbins Street in Philadelphia were halted for blocks.
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July 7, 2000 | By John Corr, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Tom Hannan is a systems analyst, husband, father of four and a member of the Roman Catholic clergy. He is also the first member of his 126-year-old parish ever to be ordained. The Rev. Mr. Thomas Hannan, 45, now performs baptisms, distributes Communion, visits the sick, counsels the troubled, preaches and teaches at the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in West Grove after his ordination last month as a deacon. Two weeks ago, he baptized a neighbor's infant son, and it was a transcendent moment for this thoughtful, cheerful, self-described "family guy" from Landenberg.
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February 16, 1996 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Arthur B. Reinholt Sr., 74, of Levittown, a retired systems analyst and former Bristol Township commissioner, died Monday at Lower Bucks Hospital. Mr. Reinholt, who had resided in Levittown for 41 years, was a Democratic Party committeeman in the Third Ward for many years. He was a township commissioner from 1964 to 1968, and in 1963 was chairman of the Bristol Township School Building Authority. A native Philadelphian, he attended Temple University, the Gibson Institute, and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School at night.
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March 6, 1988 | By Kristin E. Holmes, Special to The Inquirer
Reuben M. Leonard, 76, of Havertown, a retired systems analyst, died Feb. 23 at Lankenau Hospital. Born in Philadelphia on May 11, 1911, Mr. Leonard was a 1930 graduate of West Philadelphia High School. In 1934, he earned a bachelor's degree in business administration from Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio. He worked at the R. M. Donnelly Co. in Pittsburgh until he was transferred to the company's Philadelphia office. He left the Donnelly Co. to work briefly for RCA in Camden.
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November 28, 1996 | By Herb Drill, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Charles F. "Bud" Henkels, 82, of Fort Washington, a retired corporate systems consultant who had worked at the Pentagon on materials allotment during World War II, died Saturday at Abington Memorial Hospital after a short illness. A specialist in corporate management organization, Mr. Henkels was a major in the Army Air Corps in World War II. He was stationed at the Pentagon, dealing with critical shortages of materials and the allotment of available supplies. During the Korean War, he served with the Air Force in the Philadelphia area.
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June 18, 2016 | By Walter F. Naedele, Staff Writer
Robert J. Magee was proud of his collection of sports teams' caps, even though he never bought one himself. Whether the caps were of hockey or football or baseball teams, "people would buy them for him," daughter Teri Van Fossen said. And whether they were college or high school or minor league teams that his children and friends visited across the country, or his favorite, the Eagles, she said, the caps grew and grew "to well over a hundred. " On Wednesday, June 8, Mr. Magee, 83, of Cape May, a former systems analyst and programmer, died at the Aurora, Colo., home of his daughter, three weeks after emergency surgery.
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August 3, 2015 | By Claudia Vargas, Inquirer Staff Writer
Democratic mayoral nominee Jim Kenney's political connections stretch farther than the 215 area code. Kenney will be crossing the Delaware River this September to attend a fund-raiser for Rep. Donald Norcross (D., N.J.) as a special guest. Norcross represents New Jersey's First Congressional District and is running for reelection next year. He is also the brother of George E. Norcross III, a South Jersey Democratic power broker, and Philip Norcross, CEO of the Parker McCay law firm.
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December 12, 2014 | BY WILL BUNCH, Daily News Staff Writer bunchw@phillynews.com, 215-854-2957
SINCE THE end of her long tenure as Philadelphia District Attorney five years ago, Lynne Abraham - now a 2015 mayoral contender - only made the news for one really high-profile case. It was supposed to be a doozy. At the height of the Jerry Sandusky child-sex-abuse scandal in November 2011, the ex-top prosecutor and judge announced she'd been hired by the Sandusky-founded children's charity, the Second Mile. Her job was to get to the bottom of whether officials at the philanthropy knew about or even aided the crimes of the former Penn State coach.
NEWS
September 17, 2014 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Charlene L. Bembenek, 62, of Mount Laurel, who retired in 2012 as a systems analyst at Lockheed Martin in King of Prussia, died of breast cancer Friday, Sept. 12, at home. Born in Camden, Ms. Bembenek graduated from St. Joseph's High School there in 1969, and earned a bachelor's degree in 1973 and a master's in 1975, both in English literature, at Temple University. After teaching at a public high school in Philadelphia, she earned a bachelor's in 1985 in electrical engineering at Drexel University and that year began her career as an analyst at the space systems division of General Electric Co. in King of Prussia.
NEWS
December 2, 2013 | By David O'Reilly, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Burlington County Bridge Commission calls them "openings. " But to the hundreds of motorists stuck each time the deck of the Tacony-Palmyra or Burlington-Bristol Bridges rises, those random events are definitely closings. "My son has a doctor's appointment at 6 o'clock," said a frustrated William Lyou, stuck in an opening last week that had begun at 5:13 p.m. It was 5:32, peak rush hour. Traffic on Route 73 in New Jersey was backed up for nearly a mile, and vehicles on Robbins Street in Philadelphia were halted for blocks.
NEWS
October 31, 2013 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Cheryl Grover Mack, 61, of Delran, a computer systems analyst for the former Moorestown packaging and distribution center of Tyco Toys Inc., died of kidney failure Friday, Oct. 25, at her home. Mrs. Mack received a liver transplant "about 13 years ago," her husband, Barry, said. "She lived longer than most transplants, but it started giving out. " Born in Riverside, Mrs. Mack graduated from Riverside High School in 1969 and from the IBM Educational Center in Center City in 1975, he said.
NEWS
June 22, 2013 | By Peter Finn and Sari Horwitz, Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Federal prosecutors have filed a sealed criminal complaint against Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked a trove of documents about top-secret surveillance programs, and the United States has asked Hong Kong to detain him on a provisional arrest warrant, according to U.S. officials. Snowden was charged with espionage, theft and conversion of government property, the officials said. The complaint was filed in the Eastern District of Virginia, a jurisdiction where Snowden's former employer, Booz Allen Hamilton, is headquartered and a district with a long track record of prosecuting cases with national security implications.
NEWS
February 16, 2013 | By Vernon Clark, Inquirer Staff Writer
Barbara Blackshear, 77, of Wynnefield, a pioneering career woman in computer technology who rose to be a vice president of Xerox Corp., died of cancer Saturday, Feb. 9, at her home. Mrs. Blackshear began working with computers in the late 1950s at the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. She later spent more than 20 years with Xerox, where she became vice president for strategic planning. She retired in 2002. She got her start in the emerging computer field in the late 1950s, when, while working in the actuarial department of Penn Mutual, she learned data processing on the job, said her husband, David Goodchild.
NEWS
November 13, 2012
THE SHOOTING STARS Fancy Brigade, of which he's a member, is practicing on Sunday in the shadow of the Walt Whitman Bridge, but City Councilman Mark Squilla is with his mother inside the clubhouse on 3rd Street, lighting the Sterno to heat the eggplant parm. A few minutes later, he's behind the bar. He slides a plate of meat and cheese to the end, then takes a call on his cellphone - then another. "Yo," he greets a caller, and reaches for the soda gun. Squilla, 50, can't make Mummers practice because he's helping to launch the Nina Pennachietti Fund, named after his late grandmother, who emigrated from Italy as an orphan when she was 18. The $12,000 raised Sunday will help orphans with high school and college expenses.
NEWS
July 10, 2012 | By Jan Ransom and Daily News Staff Writer
The honeymoon ended fast for City Council's six freshmen members, who were forced to wrestle with one of the most complicated budgets in recent times.   Newly elected Council President Darrell Clarke warned them at Council's first session, "To my new colleagues: Guys, you are in for one heck of a ride. " And so they were. Freshmen Council members Mark Squilla, Cindy Bass, Bobby Henon, Kenyatta Johnson, Dennis O'Brien and David Oh have been dubbed "The Serious Six" by Councilman Curtis Jones Jr. for what he considers hard work and a professional approach.
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