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Aug 22, 2019
Flowers, caviar and payments toward a $75K Chevy Suburban: What feds say Dana Pullman did with police union funds - MassLive.com
Authorities said that Dana Pullman, the former head of the State Police Association of Massachusetts, not only pocketed thousands of union funds for lavish dinners and personal trips but tried to create a culture of fraud within the association, encouraging executive board members to do the same.“As president of SPAM, we believe Pullman wielded the union like a criminal enterprise, running it like an old school mob boss,” said FBI agent Joseph Bonavolonta, who joined U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling and other federal officials in a news conference Wednesday morning after Pullman’s arrest. Pullman and Anne Lynch, a lobbyist who represented the police union on Beacon Hill, are charged with wire fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud and obstruction of justice. According to a complaint released Wednesday morning, Pullman overpayed Lynch for consulting fees and steered companies vying for state contracts to her firm in exchange for kickbacks. Feds say former Mass. State Police union head Dana Pullman used union as... Dec 30, 2015
Helen M. Maffett, 79
Diane) Maffett of Bergholz, Tom (Cathy) Maffett of Malvern, and Jon (Michelle) Maffett of Pickerington; two brothers, William (Marilyn) Watson of Pullman, WV, and James Watson of Paducah, KY; nine grandchildren, Chrissa, Matthew, Bradley, Kelli, Sean, Drewane, Colins, Morgan and Katherine; and two great grandchildren, Victoria and Lexi.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to Resurrection Lutheran Church in Malvern.
A funeral service will be Saturday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m. in Allmon-Dugger-Cotton Funeral Home with Pastor Kevin McLeod officiating. Burial will follow in Westview Cemetery in Carrollton.
Calling hours for Helen will be Dec. 11 from 3 to 5 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the funeral home.
(The Free Press Standard)Dec 30, 2015
Why The New Year's Eve Scene Of 'While You Were Sleeping' Is So Empowering
Lucy's wearing a black bra. As a result, she smacks him in the back of the head and leaves for her party.
Outside, Jack (Bill Pullman), brother to her comatose fiancé and the real love interest of the movie, is waiting for Lucy, because he’s heard it through the grapevine that she’s pregnant (she's not) and wants to discuss it. He has good intentions, but he acts like due to her "condition," she's helpless and in need of (male) assistance, ignoring her desire to walk herself to the party and being incredibly protective. When they arrive at the party (which he enters as well, despite not having her invitation), Lucy expresses her discomfort to a friend that Jack has "followed" her there, to which Jack seems oblivious. It's clear Lucy is frustrated, but at this point, she hasn't shared this with Jack.
That all changes, though, soon. The pure moment of "none of your damn business" comes when a frazzled Lucy heads for the punch bowl and Jack tries to stop her. “That’s spiked,” he warns her. “Thank god!” she says happily. But he announces that she shouldn't have any alcohol because “It’s not good for the baby,” in a loud voice the entire party seems to hear. Cue the record stop to end all record stops. Not only has Jack possibly revealed her "pregnancy" to an entire room of strangers before she’s even had a chance to tell the father, but he’s also totally just shamed a pregnant woman, treating her like a child, in front of people they both don’t really know. He may not realize she isn't actually pregnant, but his actions in regards to what he thinks is true are unwarranted and rude.
So, to recap: Jack follows Lucy to a party to which he isn't invited, makes people think she's pregnant, and shames her in front of strangers. And then, on their way home, practically accuses her of cheating on his brother with Joe Jr. (all the while trying to make his own moves on her). This is when Lucy snaps, and her mild annoyance becomes full blown feminist rage. She chastises Jack for believing a rumor spread by his teenage sister, tears down his ridiculous accusation, and calls him out on his sexist view of pregnancy and engagement. She's hurt and disappointed, but most of all, she's mad. Says Lucy,
“So the only reason your brother would want to marry someone like me is if I was pregnant, right?...You know what Jack, I’ve had a really lousy Christmas, you’ve just managed to kill my New Year’s, if you come back at Easter, you can burn down my apartment.”
It’s this moment when Lucy realizes that she can stop worrying about making everyone else happy, call out men for their unwarranted comments, and, instead, follow her own path. The change doesn't happen immediately; it takes her a few more missteps to fully come into herself. But the New Year's Eve scene marks the start of her transformation. For the majority of While You Were Sleeping, Lucy is forced to listen to and take orders from her potential new family, particularly Jac... (Bustle)Dec 30, 2015
Longtime Olympia civic leader Eldon Marshall dies
International City Managers Association and the Olympia Federal Savings board of directors.
George Eldon Marshall was born May 1, 1924, in Pullman and served as a pilot in the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. He flew C-47 airplanes during combat in Europe, including a reinforcement mission for troops in the Battle of the Bulge on Christmas Eve in 1944. He earned an Air Medal and two battle stars.
According to his brother, Marshall had never flown a plane until the war, and never flew one after.
“I guess he decided he wouldn’t push his luck,” Bob Marshall said, laughing. “I just can’t believe how lucky I am to have had him for a brother.”
Eldon Marshall earned a business administration degree from Washington State University before moving to Olympia.
He was preceded in death by his high school sweetheart and wife of 67 years, Gerry, who passed away in 2011. The couple had four children, 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
A memorial service is planned for 2 p.m. Jan. 5 at First United Methodist Church, 1224 Legion Way SE, Olympia. In lieu of flowers, Marshall’s family is asking for donations to the church or the Hands On Children’s Museum.
(The Olympian)Nov 21, 2015
Paul Arrivo, the man behind Homewood Florist, dies at 83
Arrivo was born and raised on the South Side. He was the youngest of five boys whose father owned a small grocery store. He graduated from Pullman Technical High School and in his late teens began working in his brother's floral shop in the Roseland neighborhood, where he grew up.
During the Korean War, Arrivo enlisted in the Navy and served aboard the USS Botetourt (APA-136) in Europe and the South Pacific. After his discharge, he returned home and to his job in his brother's shop before opening his own in 1960.
"He was a super, super nice guy and a great boss," Blum said. "He had a great sense of humor."
Over the years, and as his business grew, Arrivo employed many young people, often teenagers taking their first job.
"He was the one hiring the young kids nobody else would," Panozzo said. "He gave them work experience and helped build their self-confidence. That's the kind of guy he was."
Other survivors include his wife of 62 years, Annabelle; two other sons, Michael and Paul; four daughters, Colleen Johnson, Deborah, Laura Elsner and Amy Golick; and 14 grandchildren.
Services were held.
Joan Giangrasse Kates is a freelance reporter.
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