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August 25, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Twenty months after gaining control of the Disneyland Hotel, the Walt Disney Co. took another step toward making its mark on the property by appointing a top company executive as vice president and general manager. In the new post, Hideo Amemiya will oversee all marketing, finance and operations of the 1,174-room hotel, which is the second-largest in Anaheim and is next to the Disneyland amusement park.
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August 25, 1989 | MARY ANN GALANTE, Times Staff Writer
Twenty months after gaining control of the Disneyland Hotel, the Walt Disney Co. took another step toward making its mark on the property by appointing a top company executive as vice president and general manager. In the new post, Hideo Amemiya will oversee all marketing, finance and operations of the 1,174-room hotel, which is the second-largest in Anaheim and is next to the Disneyland amusement park.
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February 2, 2000 | (E. Scott Reckard)
Disneyland President Cynthia Harriss promoted three executives to senior vice presidents Monday, citing their past work and the additional duties they will have as Walt Disney Co. adds a second Anaheim theme park, a third hotel and a retail-entertainment zone in 2001. The three are Bill Ross, 49, of public relations, who took a lead role in negotiating with local government over the $1.
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February 20, 2001 | SCOTT MARTELLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hideo Amemiya, who went to work for Disney as an assistant hotel supervisor at Walt Disney World in Florida 30 years ago and rose to become a senior vice president of Disneyland Resort Hotels, died Saturday after a brief illness, company officials said. Amemiya, 56, of Tustin, was involved in this month's opening of the California Adventure amusement park, helping plan and develop the new Grand Californian Hotel, part of the park's Anaheim resort expansion.
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January 6, 1990 | HERBERT J. VIDA
Jim Hancock of Knott's Berry Farm and Bob Jordan of Holiday Inn of Anaheim have been elected to three-year terms on the Anaheim Area Visitor & Convention Bureau board of directors. The bureau announced at the annual installation dinner that 1,062,347 people attended conventions in 1989, breaking the previous year's record of 1,026,728.
BUSINESS
December 20, 1998
* Barry A. Chase has been appointed executive vice president of the Western division of Koll Development Co. in Newport Beach. Before joining Koll, Chase held several executive-level positions at Cushman Realty Corp. in Los Angeles, including president and director of Cushman Investment and Development Corp., senior vice president and general counsel of Cushman Realty and president of Cushman Equities Corp. He also was executive vice president and general counsel of Sunrise Investments Inc.
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December 9, 2001
An elite corps of chefs--all alumni of Berkeley's Chez Panisse restaurant--reconvened at the Los Angeles Marriott Downtown to honor their mentor, Alice Waters, as she received the 2001 Robert Mondavi Wine and Food Award from Cal Poly Pomona's Collins School of Hospitality Management. "An Evening With Alice Waters," the school's eighth annual Harvest Auction last weekend, raised more than $200,000 to benefit the school.
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