Cruise Ship Was Love Boat for Baer

By Berger, Jerry | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), July 26, 1994 | Go to article overview

Cruise Ship Was Love Boat for Baer


Berger, Jerry, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


COMINGS & GOINGS: Faye Beth Baer, widow of department store heir S. Charles Baer, is ringed to Champaign, Ill., insurance tycoon William T. "Fiery" O'Byrne. Said Baer: "Thirty minutes after I met him last summer aboard the Royal Viking Sun, I knew it was right. While we have a rabbi - Alvan Rubin - we're still looking for a priest" for the wedding. Baer said they will live in her Lahdue home, while he commutes to Champaign. . . .

Gary Cunningham, partner in the law firm Suelthaus & Kaplan, will soon exit to become general counsel at United Van Lines. . . .

Ron Henges is expanding his chain of Creve Coeur Camera stores to Kansas City in the first week of August. Henges said it will be the first of two stores there that will feature Kodak's "Create-a-Print" machines. The equipment allows customers to make their own enlargements from negatives in minutes. There are now seven stores in Missouri.

PRESSING ON: OB Clark's Restaurant boniface Mickey Ojile wed Joseph Cement Contractors' Kevin Kelso at the White House in south St. Louis County t'other eve, followed by a pouring for 400 of their closest pals, who jammed to the tunes of the Rhythm Rockers. . . .

Vince Bommarito's party house, Tony's, was where insurance tycoon Tom Chulick became ringed to Kim Kolman, an account exec with DIMAC. Nearby, Clarence and Shirley Swarthaut toasted their half-century of wedded bliss. . . .

Years of collecting recipes during trips to Italia have paid off for Ben Fixman. The boniface of Big Bad Benny's Grill & Bar has 12 pastas on the menu of the West County dinery, including linguini with clams and Cajun pastas with seafood, chicken and light sauces. Add to those Fixman's acclaimed barbecued spareribs and pizza. . . .

Just in from ChiTown to help celebrate the 50th anni since Harry S Truman was tapped as a vice presidential candidate are retired stockbroker Bill Hannegan; his son, Michael, an exec with Petrolite; and Jim Tom Blair III, the insurance honcho. The Hannegans and Blair participated in the re-enactment of the historic event in the soon-to-be-razed Chicago Stadium. Bill's late pop, Robert E. Hannegan, was HST's confidant and appointee as U.S. postmaster general; Jim's late dad was Mo. Gov. Jim Tom Blair II, another pal of HST. …

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