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April 29, 2003
Advertising and Public Relations Love & Co. hires Hokanson as production manager Love & Co. has appointed Matt Hokanson production manager for the Frederick-based marketing and public relations firm. He will coordinate competitive print bidding and production monitoring and scheduling. A graduate of Michigan State University, he was formerly with the design director of U.S. Clearing, a division of Fleet Financial. Professional Marshall Craft hires Fritz as architectural designer Marshall Craft Associates Inc. named Shiela R. Fritz to the staff of the Baltimore-based architectural and planning design firm as an architectural designer.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 25, 2013
Pamela Becker, a graphics design production manager and artist, died of cancer Dec. 17 at her Owings Mills home. She was 64. Born Pamela Joyce Brown in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Henry Brown, who owned a jewelry distributorship, and his wife, Rosalyn Laskin Brown, an accountant at that business. She was raised on Hayward Avenue in Pimlico and later lived in Pikesville. She was a 1967 graduate of Pikesville High School, where she played lacrosse. She earned an associate's degree from Catonsville Community College.
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By Katie V. Jones | November 11, 2012
When Jessica Case, 11, opened the chocolate bar she bought from a Liberty High School drama club fundraiser, she discovered — along with the candy — a golden ticket inside. "I jumped around and gave it to my mom," said Jessica, a sixth-grader at Sykesville Middle School. Just like the fabled golden tickets featured in the book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," by Roald Dahl, Jessica's golden ticket, and four others hidden in chocolate bars sold by the drama club, provide winners with a chance to see Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
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By Katie V. Jones | November 11, 2012
When Jessica Case, 11, opened the chocolate bar she bought from a Liberty High School drama club fundraiser, she discovered — along with the candy — a golden ticket inside. "I jumped around and gave it to my mom," said Jessica, a sixth-grader at Sykesville Middle School. Just like the fabled golden tickets featured in the book, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory," by Roald Dahl, Jessica's golden ticket, and four others hidden in chocolate bars sold by the drama club, provide winners with a chance to see Willy Wonka's chocolate factory.
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2012
Ralph Warren Hills, a top production manager at a Baltimore television station who helped shape what thousands of people viewed over four decades, from children's programming to live sporting events, died from complications of Parkinson's disease Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. He was 73. Hills, better known as Warren or "Hillsy" to his friends, was born and raised in Baltimore and worked in local television for most of his life before retiring 12 years ago from WBAL-TV. His father was a doctor and his mother a homemaker and civic activist.
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By Lane Page | January 30, 2012
The opening scene went something like this: Setting: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab building 17 cafeteria -- Fall 2009 Rocket Scientist #1: I do community theater. Rocket Scientist #2: I almost minored in theater in college. Rocket Scientist #1: Really? We should start a drama club here. Rocket Scientist #2: I'm in. Rocket Scientist #1: OK, good. For Big Science types at APL, tilting too far to their logical, self-controlled left brains could be hazardous. But that's less of an issue since the curtain was raised on the APL Drama Club by mission designer Chris Dong and fellow space department member Dawn Moessner, a mission design analyst.
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October 24, 2011
APG Federal Credit Union, Harford and Cecil County's largest credit union, has announced Thomas J. Arena recently joined the credit union's marketing department in the new position of product manager. Arena brings more than 10 years of product development, management and marketing experience to the credit union. As a key member of APGFCU's marketing team, he will be responsible for developing and managing new and existing products, services and making other improvements to enhance the member experience.
NEWS
June 19, 2003
Walter F. "Cork" O'Loughlin Jr., a retired steel company production manager, died of undetermined causes Friday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 82. Mr. O'Loughlin was born in Baltimore and raised on Franklintown Road. He attended Polytechnic Institute and was a 1938 graduate of Forest Park High School. Mr. O'Loughlin then went to work for Rustless Iron & Steel Co. in East Baltimore, which later became Armco Steel Corp. He retired in the 1980s. "He worked himself up from mail boy to production manager," said his sister, Louise Gary of Sarasota, Fla. Mr. O'Loughlin, a former resident of Baltimore's Hamilton section, had lived in Annapolis since 1983.
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June 6, 2007
Raymond G. Swartz Sr., a retired production manager and postal worker, died Sunday of a blood clot at the Bel Air Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was 94. Mr. Swartz, who would have celebrated his 95th birthday in three weeks, was born and raised in Camden, N.J. He served in the Army Air Corps as a private from 1930 to 1933. He was married in 1936 to Mary L. McGuigan, and two years later moved to Baltimore. In 1938, Mr. Swartz went to work for Bendix Corp. on East Joppa Road in Towson.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 19, 2011
When Everyman Theatre was founded in 1990, the resident company included Kyle Prue, who went on to perform in two dozen works over the years. But in 2006, he moved from being in front of the spotlights to making sure the spotlights and everything else at Everyman functioned smoothly, as the company's production manager. Prue had a practical reason for taking that job. "I have a wife and family," he said. "I wanted a little more of a steady paycheck, something 52 weeks a year, instead of nine- or 10-week chunks.
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By Gus G. Sentementes, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2012
Ralph Warren Hills, a top production manager at a Baltimore television station who helped shape what thousands of people viewed over four decades, from children's programming to live sporting events, died from complications of Parkinson's disease Thursday at Gilchrist Hospice in Towson. He was 73. Hills, better known as Warren or "Hillsy" to his friends, was born and raised in Baltimore and worked in local television for most of his life before retiring 12 years ago from WBAL-TV. His father was a doctor and his mother a homemaker and civic activist.
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By Lane Page | January 30, 2012
The opening scene went something like this: Setting: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab building 17 cafeteria -- Fall 2009 Rocket Scientist #1: I do community theater. Rocket Scientist #2: I almost minored in theater in college. Rocket Scientist #1: Really? We should start a drama club here. Rocket Scientist #2: I'm in. Rocket Scientist #1: OK, good. For Big Science types at APL, tilting too far to their logical, self-controlled left brains could be hazardous. But that's less of an issue since the curtain was raised on the APL Drama Club by mission designer Chris Dong and fellow space department member Dawn Moessner, a mission design analyst.
EXPLORE
October 24, 2011
APG Federal Credit Union, Harford and Cecil County's largest credit union, has announced Thomas J. Arena recently joined the credit union's marketing department in the new position of product manager. Arena brings more than 10 years of product development, management and marketing experience to the credit union. As a key member of APGFCU's marketing team, he will be responsible for developing and managing new and existing products, services and making other improvements to enhance the member experience.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 19, 2011
When Everyman Theatre was founded in 1990, the resident company included Kyle Prue, who went on to perform in two dozen works over the years. But in 2006, he moved from being in front of the spotlights to making sure the spotlights and everything else at Everyman functioned smoothly, as the company's production manager. Prue had a practical reason for taking that job. "I have a wife and family," he said. "I wanted a little more of a steady paycheck, something 52 weeks a year, instead of nine- or 10-week chunks.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2008
Salary: $45,000 Age: 47 Years on the job: Four How she got started: Before starting with the Girls Scouts of Central Maryland, Mercer worked in the logistics and transportation industry managing segments of the supply chain process and public transportation. During her time off, she volunteered as a Girl Scout leader for 12 years, then later helped on various committees within the organization. When the slot for a product sales manager became available, Mercer decided she would be a good fit. Typical day: Although cookie sales last three months out of the year, Mercer said her job keeps her busy.
NEWS
June 6, 2007
Raymond G. Swartz Sr., a retired production manager and postal worker, died Sunday of a blood clot at the Bel Air Health and Rehabilitation Center. He was 94. Mr. Swartz, who would have celebrated his 95th birthday in three weeks, was born and raised in Camden, N.J. He served in the Army Air Corps as a private from 1930 to 1933. He was married in 1936 to Mary L. McGuigan, and two years later moved to Baltimore. In 1938, Mr. Swartz went to work for Bendix Corp. on East Joppa Road in Towson.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | December 25, 2013
Pamela Becker, a graphics design production manager and artist, died of cancer Dec. 17 at her Owings Mills home. She was 64. Born Pamela Joyce Brown in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Henry Brown, who owned a jewelry distributorship, and his wife, Rosalyn Laskin Brown, an accountant at that business. She was raised on Hayward Avenue in Pimlico and later lived in Pikesville. She was a 1967 graduate of Pikesville High School, where she played lacrosse. She earned an associate's degree from Catonsville Community College.
BUSINESS
By Nancy Jones-Bonbrest and Nancy Jones-Bonbrest,Special to The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2008
Salary: $45,000 Age: 47 Years on the job: Four How she got started: Before starting with the Girls Scouts of Central Maryland, Mercer worked in the logistics and transportation industry managing segments of the supply chain process and public transportation. During her time off, she volunteered as a Girl Scout leader for 12 years, then later helped on various committees within the organization. When the slot for a product sales manager became available, Mercer decided she would be a good fit. Typical day: Although cookie sales last three months out of the year, Mercer said her job keeps her busy.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 9, 2005
Oliver!, the Lionel Bart musical based on Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist, can be a tough theatrical nut to crack. On one level, it comes off as a male counterpart to Annie, what with workhouse orphan boys extolling the glories of food and singing pickpockets beckoning young Oliver to consider himself one of the family. But the backdrop for it all is 19th-century London in the frightful throes of the Industrial Revolution. And as Dickens made clear for all time, neglect, exploitation, abuse and murder quickly dispel the optimism of tomorrow being only a day away - though, thank heavens, things come out right for Oliver by story's end. So we're left with a "children's show" that, in reality, is anything but, as life's darkest elements insinuate themselves into that bright, peppy score so full of hits such as "Food, Glorious Food," "Consider Yourself" and "I'd Do Anything."
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June 19, 2003
Walter F. "Cork" O'Loughlin Jr., a retired steel company production manager, died of undetermined causes Friday at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 82. Mr. O'Loughlin was born in Baltimore and raised on Franklintown Road. He attended Polytechnic Institute and was a 1938 graduate of Forest Park High School. Mr. O'Loughlin then went to work for Rustless Iron & Steel Co. in East Baltimore, which later became Armco Steel Corp. He retired in the 1980s. "He worked himself up from mail boy to production manager," said his sister, Louise Gary of Sarasota, Fla. Mr. O'Loughlin, a former resident of Baltimore's Hamilton section, had lived in Annapolis since 1983.
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