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TCN appoints business manager

BURBANK -- The advertising operations manager for the Leader has

been appointed to the position of business manager for the chain of

community newspapers owned by the Tribune Co.

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Debbie Feyerabend will be charged with the task of looking for

ways to generate revenue, save money and help the Times Community

News chain of six Southern California community newspapers be

profitable.

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Those papers include the Leader, the News-Press, the Daily Pilot,

the Inland Valley Voice, the Huntington Beach Independent and the

Laguna Beach Coastline-Pilot.

Feyerabend began her career for the chain in 1988 as the

Advertising Services/National Account Manager at the News-Press.

Before that, she worked in the banking industry. She left the

newspaper in 1997, returning a year later when she took the position

of advertising operations manager for the Leader and News-Press.

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Hospital names administrator

BURBANK -- Patrick Petre has been named administrator of the

Providence St. Joseph Medical Center, a 427-bed, not-for-profit

hospital. Petre is responsible for the administration of the center

and its affiliates, including the Providence Health Center,

Providence St. Elizabeth Care Center in North Hollywood and the

Valley Radiation Oncology Center in Tarzana.

Petre, who joined the Providence Health System on April 14, has

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extensive experience in a number of executive health-care positions

throughout the last 25 years. Most recently, he was the chief

operating officer for Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center

for the past three years.

Nurses hold rally today at hospital

BURBANK -- A coalition of nurses and community supporters will

rally in front of Providence St. Joseph Medical Center today in an

attempt to convince the center’s board of directors to support

hospital improvements.

The rally meets from 3:45 to 5 p.m. in front of the center at 501

S. Buena Vista St.

The Service Employees International Union is hosting the event.

Chamber monthly mixer is Thursday

HILLSIDE DISTRICT-- A cash drawing of $150 is featured at the

monthly Burbank Chamber of Commerce mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Thursday at Olive Park Apartments, 450 E. Olive Ave.

Tickets are $10 for members, $15 for prospective members. For

reservations and more information, call 846-3111.

-- Compiled by Jackson Bell


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