was a team member at Harday Manufacturing Co. Inc. in Boston (now in Montague, MA) where she worked in sales and marketing. She was an account executive for First Data BankBoston merchant services and did account services for Citicorp Diners Club. As an organizer she sets up space, errands, ditches clutter and logistically files your stuff. She has written about restaurants with One for the Table's Amy Ephron. (She also wrote for the Long Beach Tide newspaper, the Pittsburgh Forum newspaper, Boston's City Shopper, and Our Town Brookline but not recently.) She has a degree in English from Pitt. None of the hundreds of term papers she wrote had anything to do with food - just dead guys.
Orion Wholesale Lighting in Amherst, MA is our lighting partner for design projects. Orion serves nation-wide developers with energy efficient lighting solutions for institutional and commercial retrofits and new construction. Rob majored in business at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. He was a team member at Harday Manufacturing Co. Inc. too. He is the director of operations at Hillel House at UMass Amherst.
Corporate Edge Colleagues:
- Bill Kaufman executive team, Harday Manufacturing Company, Inc., San Diego, CA
- Paul Kaufman executive team, Harday Manufacturing Company, Inc., Montague, MA.
- Scott Poulin web designer, Arsenal Productions
- Incredible Nathaniel IT & systems integration
- Milne RamseyAmerican painter born in Philadelphia 1847-1915
Courtesy of Wikipedia: "Milne Ramsey was an American artist who painted still lifes, landscapes and nautical scenes. Ramsey studied at the Philadelphia Academy of Fine Arts and under Léon Bonnat in Paris. Ramsey spent the high point of his career in France but returned to Philadelphia during the last years of his life."
This still life with kettle and herring is from 1882. Anyone can paint flower-filled vases and ripe fruit. It takes a real man to capture dead fish and make them the subject of this important work. You can find it at Vose Galleries on Newbury St in Boston.
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