A Table For Two by Sally Prouty

A Table For Two by Sally Prouty

Life’s Dinner Menu is Served . . . At A Table For Two hors d’oeurves I was born in St. Louis, Missouri on December 23, 1922. My first major challenge in life was to survive a life-threatening surgery to correct an abdominal condition at the age of 6 weeks. At age 4, I...
Divinely Inspired lives – Part IV

Divinely Inspired lives – Part IV

The first time I saw “Hunt” at Reisman’s after returning from the trip to Nassau, he said: “My caretaker, Tom Donohue, told me you visited Paradise Island. How did you like it?” “Rogers and I loved the tour that he and his wife gave us but even more we appreciated the...
Divinely Inspired lives – Part III

Divinely Inspired lives – Part III

Paradise Tennis was a game invented by a man named Huntington Hartford. Rogers and I knew “Hunt” as one of the regulars at Marty Reisman’s table tennis club. One afternoon at the club, overhearing that Rogers and I were going to the Bahamas, Hunt told us about...
Divinely Inspired lives – Part II

Divinely Inspired lives – Part II

Transandean Associates was run by a man named Raul Gutierrez who had worked for Daniel Rogers Case in Colombia. He knew the business thoroughly – from the Colombian side to the American side. He handled bookkeeping and shipment of the transposition brackets and...
Divinely Inspired lives – Part I

Divinely Inspired lives – Part I

Rogers Case, whose company Dean joined in August 1961, was extremely wealthy – a multi-millionaire when having a million meant something. In 1954 Rogers inherited a company called Transandean Associates from his father, Daniel Rogers Case. Rogers came from a...