CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 22, 1992
On behalf of United Way and the more than 300 health and human service agencies and partners we support, I thank you for your Dec. 25 editorial, "Giving for All Seasons." The message was right on target with its description of how the recession has stretched community service agencies to their limits. One point that I would like to clarify is that the $12-million shortfall you mentioned was for our 1990-91 campaign year. The current 1991-92 campaign is on schedule to meet its goal of $88 million.
July 23, 1985
Merrill Lynch & Co., the nation's largest investment firm, announced Monday that Daniel P. Tully was elected president and chief operating officer. Tully, 53, succeeds William A. Schreyer, 57, who was elected chairman and chief executive of Merrill Lynch in April when Roger E. Birk retired. Like Schreyer, Tully has spent virtually his whole career at Merrill Lynch. Most recently he was its executive vice president and head of its consumer markets sector.
July 6, 1995
Anne Middleton Wycoff, 61, who served on the boards of the Southwest Museum, the Hillside Home for Children and Methodist Hospital. The wife of retired Arco President Robert E. Wycoff, she was also active in Las Familias del Pueblo, which assists the poor in Downtown Los Angeles. Mrs. Wycoff was also on the advisory board of the Hospice of Pasadena and on the board of Marlborough School, of which she was an alumna. She attended Stanford University, where she met Wycoff.
October 27, 1986
The Music Center Operating Co. has announced the election of Charles I. Schneider as chairman of its board of directors. A group vice president of the Times Mirror Co. and a former president of the Music Center, Schneider succeeds Eaton W. Ballard, whose term has expired. The operating company, which manages the Music Center of Los Angeles County on behalf of the county, also announced the election of Robert E. Wycoff, president and chief operating officer of Arco; Claire L.
March 23, 1993 |
Robert E. Wycoff will step down as Arco's president and chief operating officer in a management change that includes the retirement of three top vice presidents, the company said Monday. Wycoff, 62, will be replaced June 1 by Mike R. Bowlin, now Arco's executive vice president. The changes are part of a management succession strategy developed in recent years, said Lodwrick M. Cook, Arco's chairman and chief executive officer. Cook is scheduled to retire in 1995.