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May 6, 1994 | MATT LAIT and CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Ronald K. Dominguez, who climbed the ranks over 39 years from Disneyland ticket taker on opening day to one of the park's most visible top executives, said Thursday that he plans to retire Aug. 31. By retiring, Dominguez will become the third leading executive to leave the forefront of the $3-billion Disneyland Resort project.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1994 | MATT LAIT and CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Ronald K. Dominguez, who climbed the ranks over 39 years from Disneyland ticket taker on opening day to one of the park's most visible top executives, said Thursday that he plans to retire Aug. 31. By retiring, Dominguez will become the third leading executive to leave the forefront of the $3-billion Disneyland Resort project.
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NEWS
May 9, 1991
Jack B. Lindquist: The 64-year-old executive oversees the operation of all West Coast Disney attractions. He joined the company in September, 1955, as Disneyland's first advertising manager. He was named marketing director of the park in 1965, and director of marketing for both Disneyland and Walt Disney World when the Florida park opened in 1971. After several promotions, he was named Disneyland president last October.
BUSINESS
November 18, 1993 | CHRIS WOODYARD and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As well-wishers telephoned and sent notes to Jack B. Lindquist on the eve of his retirement as president of Disneyland, the park's communications division found a novel way to make a lasting imprint. They beeped his electronic pager. "The message was '30 hours, 46 minutes and counting. We'll miss you,' "said an amused Lindquist as he prepares to leave the company he joined 38 years ago as marketing director.
BUSINESS
November 18, 1993 | CHRIS WOODYARD and MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
As well-wishers telephoned and sent notes to Jack B. Lindquist on the eve of his retirement as president of Disneyland, the park's communications division found a novel way to make a lasting imprint. They beeped his electronic pager. "The message was '30 hours, 46 minutes and counting. We'll miss you,' "said an amused Lindquist as he prepares to leave the company he joined 38 years ago as marketing director.
BUSINESS
October 2, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD
Abraham Lincoln is no longer the only president who resides at Disneyland. Walt Disney Co., owner of the amusement park, on Monday named Jack B. Linquist, a 35-year company veteran, to the newly created post of Disneyland president. As part of the reorganization, the company also said Ronald K. Dominguez, vice president of Disneyland, will become the company's executive vice president for Walt Disney Attractions/West Coast.
BUSINESS
February 18, 1994 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Amid reports that the company is wavering on its commitment to the proposed Disneyland Resort, Walt Disney Co. officials Thursday assured a group of supporters that they will continue to push ahead on the project and urged them to turn out for all public hearings on the resort in the months ahead. "We are trying to make this happen for the community," said Ronald K. Dominguez, executive vice president of Walt Disney Attractions. "We're taking a very active role. . . .
BUSINESS
October 2, 1990 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Abraham Lincoln is no longer the only president that resides at Disneyland. Walt Disney Co., owner of the famed amusement park that draws about 13 million tourists a year, Monday named Jack B. Lindquist, a 35-year company veteran, to the newly created post of Disneyland president. The company also said Ronald K.
NEWS
July 22, 1991 | ANN CONWAY
You've worked long and hard, climbed, clawed a little, and finally, you're there: nice house, cars, designer rags, exotic vacations. But your children are passive, unmotivated. Insecure. You may be the problem, psychologist Lee Hausner said during Thursday's meeting of Roundtable West at the Balboa Bay Club. "You can be so good to your kids they can't function independently," said Hausner, author of "Children of Paradise"--a guide to successful parenting for prosperous families.
NEWS
August 30, 1994 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It is one of the nation's most exclusive clubs, yet its members have dropped out in droves. From 130 or so original members, only three are left on each coast. Wednesday, the club will lose another. Such is the nature of Club 55. No amount of money or political connections can produce a single new cardholder. It's all because of a unique entrance qualification: To belong, you must have started working at Disneyland when it opened in 1955--and have stayed with the company ever since.
NEWS
May 9, 1991
Jack B. Lindquist: The 64-year-old executive oversees the operation of all West Coast Disney attractions. He joined the company in September, 1955, as Disneyland's first advertising manager. He was named marketing director of the park in 1965, and director of marketing for both Disneyland and Walt Disney World when the Florida park opened in 1971. After several promotions, he was named Disneyland president last October.
NEWS
May 10, 1993 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Walt Disney Co. may epitomize wholesome family entertainment to many, but to a group of homeowners who live in the shadow of Disneyland it is a corporate giant whose greed is matched only by its political might. And, because Disney seems intent on building a $3-billion expansion next to a residential neighborhood, the homeowners say they are being forced into a desperate fight to protect their property values and quality of life.
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