Hospital, Jim Bolen Heirs OK Wrongful Death Figure

By Berger, Jerry | St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO), February 5, 1995 | Go to article overview

Hospital, Jim Bolen Heirs OK Wrongful Death Figure


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


SETTLEMENT: Memorial Hospital in Belleville has settled all issues of wrongful death of vet television broadcaster Jim Bolen via "a high six-figure, out-of-court settlement." The Belleville Circuit Court has yet to rule on who Bolen's dependents are, and how many - Bolen's widow, Marilyn, or Bolen's children from a previous marriage. The KMOV broadcaster died October 15 in Memorial Hospital, where he underwent surgery Sept. 28 for an abdominal aneurysm and removal of a blood clot in his leg, discovered during that surgery.

FLASH! St. Louis' multi-modal (central station) development for commuter trains, high-speed rail, MetroLink and passenger buses is thisclose to becoming a reality. City Hall buzz has it that the $40 million plan, on hold for some time, may get a green light any edition. The location of the terminal will be south of Kiel Center and will include the old Edison Bros. warehouse. Funding will come from federal bucks and money from Proposition M (the MetroLink campaign last summer).

CHEERLEADERS: "Mr. Football," a.k.a. former Sen. Tom Eagleton, and Mayor Boz led the FANS Inc. gang to Jefferson City to thank state legislators for their role in funding St. Louis' new football stadium, where the first Rams game is slated Oct. 22. At a pouring Tuesday hosted by the Regional Commerce & Growth Association, Eagleton heaped kudos on Senate Prez Pro Tem Jim Mathewson, who sponsored the stadium legislation, House Speaker Bob Griffin and Rep. O.L. Shelton of St. Louis, who guided the bill through the House.

On hand to wave the flag for St. Louis were Boatmen's Sam Hayes, master builder Tom Dunne of Fred Weber Construction, Sverdrup Corp. CEO Dick Beumer and RCGA prez Dick Fleming. As the pols snapped up commemorative Rams T-shirts, State Rep. Laurie Donovan of Florissant noted that her son called from Russia to report that news about PSLs had reached the Kremlin. "What are they and should we buy some?" he queried.

VITAL STATISTICS: Channel 5's Jean Jackson and Jeff Fowler will tie the knot on June 10 at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church, followed by a barbecue in their home. She's weekend morning news anchor; he's weekend evening anchor. . . .

Don't be surprised to learn that the Missouri Athletic Club will ink a reciprocal membership policy with The Bluffs, the looming benchmark of great golf courses. It's near U.S. 40 and state Highway 94. . . .

Former cocktail lounge warbler Mary Ann Zaegel and Repco Printers & Lithographers Inc.'s chief, Frederick J. Zaegel, were divorced Jan. 26 in the court of County Circuit Judge Joe Goeke III. Goeke ordered $15,000 a month maintenace for Mary Ann, along with their $950,000 house in Ladue and $400,000 in cash. Fred must maintain $1 million in life insurance, with Mary Ann as beneficiary. Fred has been allowed to keep his house, valued at over $1 million, on John's Island, Fla. David Lacks of Lacks & Collignon repped Mary Ann; James Herron of Lewis Rice repped Fred. . . .

"No one thought he had a dime, because he was so frugal and even took a bus to work," offered attorney Charles Seigel of the Stolar Partnership, reminiscing about the late Joe Nessenfeld, an appellate brief writer in the Stolar law office. …

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