O'loughlin Bidding for Airport Hilton

By Berger, Jerry | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), November 29, 1994 | Go to article overview

O'loughlin Bidding for Airport Hilton


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


LET'S GO TO PRESS! Robert O'Loughlin, the hometowner who is founder of Lodging & Hospitality Management Co., is in heady negotiations with Mohilt Co. to buy the 220-room Airport Hilton Hotel. Mohilt is a New York syndicate that includes an investment banking firm. Lodging & Hospitality manages the operation. Incidentally, the Airport Hilton has just landed the Christmas party for the 1,800 employees of the St. Charles Riverboat Casino. Joe Dennehy, quondam Adam's Mark Hotel food 'n beverage chief, is the inn's GM. . . .

Vet food mavens Robert Hodes and Brad Hartman will close Thursday on their purchase of Tel Aviv Delicatessen & Bakery in Creve Coeur for over $200,000. Carol and Sig Adler have owned the palace of deli delights for 10 years. Hodes was exec chef at the Seven Gables Inn for five years; Hartman was previously chef at Brandt's Market & Cafe. Tel Aviv also was where a conversation was overheard, when a customer suggested this copy for a sign: "Select your shivah (mourning) trays now; don't leave it up to your friends!" . . .

Randy McDonnell, son of aircraft scion Sandy and Pris McDonnell, will offer financial assistance to laid-off Mac workers. He will hold a one-hour seminar at 7 p.m. Thursday in the auditorium at One City Place Drive in Creve Coeur. McDonnell will discuss financial assistance programs. To RSVP, call him at 994-0244.

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PLAUDITS: Channel 5 news anchor Karen Foss has been beckoned as "Media Person of the Year" by the Press Club of Metropolitan St. Louis. The 15-year vet of the NBC affiliate will be sauteed at a dinner on March 2 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Says Foss, who makes 50 to 75 cameo appearances in the community each year: "I have a feeling this honor comes as much from being involved in the community as journalistic achievements. And that's (community involvement) what I've enjoyed most about my work." Tix at $100 each will cover the hoedown and a contribution to the Press Club Charitable Fund, which awards scholarships each year. …

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