hen Lewes resident Linda Woellmer said good night last July to the man she’d been dating, she didn’t know he actually meant goodbye.
The pair had been dating for a couple of months, and was attending a summertime party when Woellmer’s date said he wasn’t feeling well and wanted to go home. At 60, Woellmer is not waiting for love to find her.
Dating can be problematic at any age, but navigating the singles scene when one is older brings its own challenges.
He has held leadership roles in the hotel industry for 25 years across multiple countries throughout Europe and Africa.
PBSN is now mainly known for its weekend dance parties, held at different venues on Friday and Saturday nights in the Philadelphia Main Line area and in north and central New Jersey.
PBSN used to hold events in Delaware, but “it’s a challenge to find and maintain a location,” says Bob Israel, PBSN event planner and Ralph Israel’s son.
Scandic Hotel’s long-standing President and CEO Frank Fiskers is the first European travel and hospitality executive to be awarded HSMAI Region Europe’s Outstanding Leadership Award.
Friday 16 June saw the celebration of Scandic Hotel’s withdrawing Frank Fiskers, after more than seven years as the hotel chain’s President and CEO – and a quarter of a century in leading positions in travel and hospitality. Fiskers invited friends and colleagues to an after work gathering at the Scandic No 53 in Stockholm last Friday evening, including HSMAI Region Europe’s President and CEO Ingunn Hofseth, who surprised the industry champion with HSMAI Region Europe’s newly launched HSMAI Region Europe is honoring Frank Fiskers as a visionary leader with great passion for the hospitality industry.