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Hewlett , NY 11557
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Hewlett , NY 11557
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Charles Hooper - Maryville Daily Forum

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Nature’s Plant Food, Inc, Red Oak, Iowa.  His most recent job was with OSHA in Des Moines, Iowa as a safety officer for twenty three years.  Charles was a member of the Hewlett Packard 65 Users Club and wrote over 100 programs for the HP65 calculator.  Charles was very intelligent and had a keen understanding of political and economic conditions.  His family and friends were appreciative of his wise council.  He enjoyed reading scientific journals, the Wall Street Journal and the local newspapers.  In his retirement, Charles enjoyed playing cards at the Lied Center.  Charles and Jo enjoyed many trips to Branson and a special trip for the family in 2006 was to Puerto Rico to see Jo’s family.  He was a member of the Trinity Presbyterian Church.  Charles was also a member of Nodaway Lodge #140 AF & Am.Preceding Charles in death were his father, Thomas Hooper and wife, Jovita Hooper.Survivors include his sons, Thomas E. Hooper of Clarinda, Iowa, Michael R. Hooper and wife Heather and their children, Reid and Hannah of Topeka, Kansas, Richard A. Hooper of Silverthorne, Colorado; mother, Ruth Hooper of Maryville, Missouri; sister, Shirley Hooper McKee of Beaver Creek, Ohio and many friends.Charles will be missed by his family and friendsBut his memory will live on in their hearts.May God grant comfort and peace to those who mourn his passing.

Filings show power of super PACs to shape presidential contest - Greenville News

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Harold Simmons, who gave $100,000 to the Romney super PAC last month. Simmons, a veteran Republican fundraiser, helped fund Swift Boat ads in 2004 attacking Democrat John Kerry’s Vietnam record. Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, who ran unsuccessfully for California governor in 2010, also donated $100,000. The reports filed Monday also highlight the ability of a single donor to fuel a super PAC. Jon Huntsman Sr., the billionaire father of former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, donated another $335,000 to January to Our Destiny PAC, a super PAC that supported his son’s unsuccessful presidential campaign. In all, the elder Huntsman gave $2.2 million to the super PAC, nearly 70(PERCENT) of the money it collected.

Former HP boss dies - Adelaide Now

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
Former Hewlett-Packard chairperson Patricia Dunn in court where she is facing felony charges in San Jose, California 05 Oct 2006. p/l Source: AdelaideNow FORMER Hewlett-Packard chairwoman Patricia Dunn has died of cancer at the age of 58. Once one of the most powerful women in corporate America, Ms Dunn saw her career tarnished in 2006 when she was ousted from HP and brought up on criminal charges -...

Judy Kay Jones-Cole

Mon, Oct 17, 2011
Judy was born in Albion, Neb., to Lawrence and Birdeen (Smith) Morris. She grew up in Golden, Colo., and also lived in Sweet Home, Halsey, Albany and Fort Rock. For over 10 years, Judy worked at Hewlett-Packard as a computer board technician. In June 1998, she married Kenneth C. Cole in Reno. Judy is survived by her husband, Ken; children Donna Cuzick of Albany, Vern Jones of Halsey, Debra Boles of Albany and David Jones of Missoula, Mont.; stepdaughters Amy Colson of Newberg and She... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

Hazel ‘Mickey’ Maxine Tidwell

Sat, Oct 15, 2011
U.S. Air force, where she served for three years. She used her GI bill to put herself through the Beautician School of Cosmetology and worked cutting hair until she began working for Hewlett-Packard, which involved supervision of special needs employees. Living in Albany, she retired after 25 yrs at HP. She spent many happy years with her many friends and three dogs, Sadie, Katie and little Tiger. Mickey enjoyed road trips and shopping at special flea markets for antiques and treasures. She always looked forward to trips to the coast to visit the sites and be with her friends. A weekend never went by without watching one of her fa... (Albany Democrat-Herald)

From the Editor -

Thu, Oct 13, 2011
In Jobs’ case, he grew up in Mountain View, Calif., just south of San Francisco. According to the “Accidental Millionaire,” one of several biographies written about him, he “attended evening talks by Hewlett-Packard scientists” as a kid, because he lived in their midst. He actually called Bill Hewlett, to request parts so he could tinker. He wangled a summer job on the assembly line and was so fascinated by the process that he decided to build his own.As a result, we have the iPhone, the iMac, the iPad, iTunes, etc., etc., etc. He was in the right place at the right time, just like Gates and Joy. But it’s one thing to be positioned correctly and quite another, to squeeze every drop of opportunity out of it. Most of us only scratch the surface, if and when opportunity knocks.The utter beauty and elegance of Jobs is that he directed his zealotry and passion in a constructive, rather than a destructive, way — a rare occurrence these days.We owe imaginative people who change our lives for the better tremendous gratitude and respect. Take some time today to reflect on people who’ve passed through your life, and become a part of your being. Think how different your life is because of them — and then say a quiet “thank you.”Some may not be with us physically anymore, but we carry a piece of their spirit with us. It should spark us onward and upward every single day.Thanks for reading — and remembering. You can e-mail me at or call 718-816-8350. Or post a comment online.  ...

Cupertino, California Mourns Its Native Son - TIME

Tue, Oct 11, 2011
Fortune 500 company without a customer feedback division. There are no buildings named after him in town, no statues in his honor. Indeed, Cupertino City Hall runs on PCs. While Hewlett Packard, which also has a campus in Cupertino, would have annual philanthropy days, Apple Inc. remained markedly aloof. "Steve kept his philanthropy very private, his involvement in community very private," says Larry Sonsini, a Silicon Valley lawyer who represented Jobs for years. "He was proud of the fact that he grew up in a humble way in the tech arena. He strongly believed in the concept that the community should be cultivated in a way to support entrepreneurial aims, technological growth. He was very holistic about it." Indeed, when Jobs was the head of Pixar studios, he worked closely with the town to place the company at the heart of the community, rather than outside it, "so it was good for employees and good for the vendors," Sonsini says. "He wanted it to be in the center of the town's geography." As Cupertino has grown — it now has a population of about 60,000 — its development has been marked by its largest employer. In 2000, the city was one of only two in the United States with a population over 50,000 and a median income over $100,000. The town boasts some of the best schools in the country and some of the lowest unemployment and poverty rates. "We have an unofficial motto in Cupertino," says Kitson, who like more than half of the town's residents were born and bred there. "We're boring for all the right reasons."(Read TIME's obituary on Steve Jobs.) What's next for Cupertino? Even before HP announced in July 2010 that it would close its 3,000-person Cupertino campus, Jobs had unveiled what the locals call 'Campus 2.0.' He purchased 99 acres of the HP property and planned to construct a new global and expanded headquarters for Apple — a building employees call 'the donut' because it's designed to look like a real-life infinite loop. It will employ more than 12,000 people. "Steve Jobs has left an enduring legacy not only for his company but for Cupertino," says Cupertino Mayor Gilbert Wong. "Cupertino depends on Apple's success and we're going to work to maintain that success." Jobs may not have a statue in his honor, but he's clearly loved here. For two...

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