Mom, Grandma, and Great Grandma take turns introducing her all around. Wendeen insists on ruling the roost with a private tete-a-tete with the family’s latest addition.
So here they are, at their favorite diner talking about the craziness of the medical profession and the bigger craziness of moving out of an apartment after 48 years. Between them they settle both issues, Sharon completes another apartment deal that others would salivate to get, and Wen finds new doctors with a better bedside manner. Two independent women, with different life styles, politics, and personal objectives who truly support each other.
In mid-September Wendeen and her guest, Martin Levine sallied forth to the annual gala for the New Yorkers for Children at Cipriani 42nd Street, enthusiastic about the extraordinary stars they would see that evening.
A member of the board of directors for more than a decade, Wendeen knew, as usual, that extraordinary would be out in force that night. Yes, there were marquee names, but the honors and ovations were reserved for the true stars of the evening: teens in foster care, who are assisted by NYFC in making their dreams of college and opportunities beyond schools of hard knocks a reality.
Wendeen lands in Las Vegas to visit with casino clients before taking a seat in the ultimate poker game—the main event at the 2012 WSOP. She survives day one, thanks to the great table-side masseuses.
She advances to the next round with a healthy chip stack, but on day two she enjoys an eight hour thrill before circling back to client matters.
Wendeen looks back on the best of times with her first full-fledged love, celebrating at NY’s Copacabana. Forty-five years later she inquires – with determination about events at the site of the Crimp Operation in the Cu Chi tunnels–with so many memories of her ROTC-trained 2nd liutenant who rose to captain overseas.
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The evening began at Wendeen”s digs with Perrier-Jouet champagne — fine bubbles — to bring in 2012.
Teaming up with Gerald — one of Cahill Gordon’s “big deal” lawyers — for the repast, Wendeen led the group to her favorite restaurant for a spectacular celebration with special friends.
Bertrand and Eugene, the best of the best in international poker tournament competition had battled to take the number one and two spots in rankings for the year. They gave us a few choice poker tips. Cathy marveled at her pre-birthday dinner. Gerald regaled the table with well-timed jokes. Wendeen assumed her usual “after 5” role as social secretary, mother hen, and head cheerleader for Messr Boulud’s chef-d’oeuvre dinner.
They rewarded themselves with a fabulous musical evening to match the brilliant new sound system Bryan has just installed at the EOLIS home office.
Bryan has changed the sound of music around here with easy-to-use wireless integration of magnificently balanced audio. From symphonies to songbooks, Sensorium’s Bryan Bilgore is the man of the hour!
Thomas picked for Wendeen a California-styled menu in a traditional Viennese restaurant with Strauss music playing in the background, as they discussed the Kremsers’ new and exciting business plans.
Our globe-trotting CEO covered 10,000 miles in 5 days from New York to North Africa, with a pit stop in Vienna at midpoint for a speaking engagement at the Autumn Conference of International Masters of Gaming Law.