Warm fete sends McCormick exec off to job in Mass.

June 24, 1994|By SYLVIA BADGER

Good news for Dorsey Baldwin, longtime McCormick vice president at the Hunt Valley complex, who's been promoted to president of Tubed Products and vice president Packaging Group for McCormick in Northampton, Mass.

This news also means a move for the Baldwins, so Carolyn Manning, McCormick's trade relations manager, had a delightful farewell party for Dorsey and his wife, Maureen. Among those who stopped by were Jimi and Buzz McCormick, Hal Handley, Joyce and Dave Edington, Ruth and Dave Kuhns, Susan and Chip McCormick, Marilyn and Tom McDermott, Judy and Joe Conoscenti, Alice and Howard Dickerson, Pat and Ben Frustaci, Irma and Norm Maged, JoAnne and Dave Creighton, Anne and Jim Brennan, Karen and Bill Toland, Holly and Tom Shumaker, Ronnie and Danny Reese, Sian and Bob Harris, Cathy and Bob Lawless, Carol and Bob Schroeder, Marla and Craig Reynolds, Everett Baker, Jackie and Joe Logan and Kathy and Kevin Keelan. Everyone enjoyed the festivities and the well-seasoned gourmet food.

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It promises to be a long, hot summer for all the politicos running for office. Imagine having to shoot and eat all that bull in this heat. I hear County Councilman C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger's recent fund-raiser at Timonium Fair Grounds was an upbeat affair attended by a "ton" of Baltimore County cops sporting his T-shirts.

Dutch, who's been on the council for nine years, and his wife, Kay, greeted more than a thousand well-wishers in his bid to win the Democratic nomination for Baltimore county executive.

Faces in the crowd included Rick Arnold, president of Fourth District Democratic Club; Bob Barrett, Ruppersberger's campaign manager; Mike Seganish, treasurer for Joe Bartenfelder; and Larry Hofmeister, attorney. Among those working the crowd were gubernatorial candidate Mary Boergers; Joyce Grimm, candidate for Baltimore County clerk of the court; Gerry Brewster and Bob Ehrlich, both of whom are hoping to win the seat vacated by Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley, who's running for governor; Paula Hollinger, who's running against State Sen. Janice Picininni; Jack McClernan, running for sheriff; Sonny Minnick, running for House of Delegates; Mark Wittstadt, House of Delegates candidate; former delegate Joe Bartenfelder, who's trying for a seat on the County Council; Diane DiCarlo, who's making another bid for the House of Delegates, and of course, the two Circuit Court judges who must stand for election, Judge John Hennigan and Judge Larry Daniels.

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Heard it through the grapevine -- Baltimore Arena's public relations gal Edie Brown was spotted at the Prime Rib this week celebrating her birthday with husband, Stanley. . . . After many years with the Alvin Ailey Dance Troupe, executive director Marsha Jews is leaving. No word yet on who will replace her or what she might become involved with next!

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