Adeline Veronica Sampson

first_img She was baptized Catholic at an early age and devoted her life to Christ. She attended mass at St. James Catholic Church.Adeline was an active member of the Knights of Peter Claver Ladies Auxiliary #164. She departed this life Sunday, July 26, 2020 at Christus St. Elizabeth Hospital.Adeline leaves to cherish her memories, her daughters, Tonia Bibbs and Ebony Mitchell (Michael); her brothers, Arthur “Pean” Sampson, Jr. (Mary), Allen Sampson (Enola) and Relius Trent; grandchildren, D’Ante Romar, Sr., Herlin Romar, Jr., Gabrielle Bibbs, L’Oreal Bibbs, Gary Bibbs, Jr., Michael Mitchell II, Jordan Mitchell and Myles Mitchell; one great-grandson, D’Ante Romar, Jr. and one great-granddaughter on the way, D’Mani Romar; and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.Visitation will be Friday, August 7, 2020 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at Gabriel Funeral Home Chapel with funeral services to follow at 1 p.m. Adeline Veronica Sampson was born in Mansura, LA to Arthur Sampson and Eleanor Nash Sampson.last_img read more

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Sara Bareilles & the Women of Waitress Show Support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

first_img Waitress Maia Nkenge Wilson, Stephanie Torns & Caitlin Houlahan(Photo: Joan Marcus) Waitress is gettin’ cookin’ for a cause! October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the entire company is thinking pink to promote awareness and raise funds for Susan G. Komen Greater NYC. On top of relaunching the Waitress Pie Challenge (where lovely individuals donate and pie themselves in the face on camera—think #Ham4All or the Ice Bucket Challenge), a Charity Buzz auction where you can score swag (tickets and costumes signed by Sara Bareilles, for example) and a line of pink products audience members can snag at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (pink pie? we’re on board), the waitresses in the cast will don pink costumes as opposed to the traditional blue. Waitress ladies Maia Nkenge Wilson, Stephanie Torns and Caitlin Houlahan revealed the look at the theater on September 27. Take a peek at the hot shot as well as Bareilles’ super sweet post below. Hats Aprons off to the company of Waitress! View Comments Related Showscenter_img Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 5, 2020 Star Files Stephanie Tornslast_img read more

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Borruso Steps Down As Head of Hella North America

first_imgPLYMOUTH, MI — Joseph Borruso has announced he will retire this month from his post as president and CEO of Hella North America. AdvertisementClick Here to Read MoreAdvertisement Borruso will continue to serve in an advisory position reporting to the German-based automotive supplier’s board of management and also will assume a non-operational position as president emeritus of Hella’s North American operations. Borruso began his career in the automotive industry in 1963 as a project engineer for the automotive lighting division of ABEX, where he advanced to vice president of sales and marketing. In 1977, he joined Wagner Brake and Lighting Products as vice president for OEM and heavy-duty aftermarket sales. In 1983, he moved to Bosch where he went on to hold a series of key senior management positions in sales and marketing both in Germany and North America. From 1996 until 1999, he was executive vice president for Bosch’s North American automotive sales group and was a member of Bosch Automotive Division’s executive management team. Prior to joining Hella in 1999, he was executive vice president of North American sales for the Bosch Automotive Group headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan. Fluent in both Italian and German, Borruso has a mechanical engineering and business background, having attended the City University of New York and Stanford University. He also served in the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Advertisement_______________________________________ Click here to view the rest of today’s headlines.last_img read more

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Siemens Can Dream of Asset Swap, Says Alstom CEO

first_imgSpeaking at the Exane BNP Paribas’ investor conference, Alstom CEO Patrick Kron said that Siemens is “allowed to dream” in its intent to swap its transport business for Alstom’s gas activities, reports Reuters.Germany’s Siemens, alongside Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd (MHI) submitted a EUR 7 billion offer to Alstom where MHI would acquire their power division excluding wind business.Kron added: “At the end of the day, despite some impressions to the contrary, it will be the shareholders who decide.”Alstom’s board has until Monday to make a decision between Siemens-MHI’s bid and GE’s EUR 12.4 billion bid for all the French company’s energy divisions.Sources close to the matter said GE is expected to submit an improved offer later today in order to get the government’s approval, which recently gave itself the right to veto any deal in order to protect jobs. Offshore WIND staff, June 19, 2014; Image: alstomlast_img read more

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