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Kinetic Concepts Fremont Group / Weintraub Capital / Bennett v. Southern Pacific

Benntt v. Southern Pacific

Kinetic Concepts

The folks at TPG will have to answer to my Whistleblower Complaints on the truly odd collection of RFPs emanating from companies connected to Richard Blum, William McGlashan, CBRE, Regency Centers, Trammell Crow, Lennar, Catellus,

Dying for more land.


Edgewell Personal Care, Playtex and former CEO Dale Ratliff

The Ratliff family lived in Mountain Lakes NJ on Melrose Dr. just behind The Bennett family on Kenilworth Road

Back around 2009 Matt Ratliff reached out via the Class Reunion list.  By 2010 I was on the run from cronies connected to Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson and criminal narcotics officers.  Peterson was indicted in 2017, his team of goons stealing drugs and evidence while setting up divorcees were arrested the early months of 2011.  


The Whistleblower Adjustment Committee - NO MORE WITNESS RETALIATION

The Whistleblower Adjustment Committee

You can beat the shit out of me as much as want but I will stand up for those that are gone
You can kill my witnesses all day long but I will find them and yell to the universe

Dead Witnesses

see pete

Whistleblower Protections

Protections Against Retaliation

The Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act expanded the protections for whistleblowers and broadened the prohibitions against retaliation.  Following the passage of Dodd-Frank, the SEC implemented rules that enabled the SEC to take legal action against employers who have retaliated against whistleblowers.  This generally means that employers may not discharge, demote, suspend, harass, or in any way discriminate against an employee in the terms and conditions of employment because the employee reported conduct that the employee reasonably believed violated the federal securities laws.
Dodd-Frank also created a private right of action that gives whistleblowers the right to file a retaliation complaint in federal court.  This means that if you are a whistleblower who has reported a possible securities law violation and believe you have been retaliated against because of your report, you may be able to sue your employer in federal court and seek double back pay (with interest), reinstatement, reasonable attorneys’ fees, and reimbursement for certain costs in connection with the litigation.
You can find more information about the Dodd-Frank whistleblower protections, including the time period by which a whistleblower must file a private action in federal court, in Section 922 of the Dodd-Frank Act.
If you believe you have been retaliated against by your employer for reporting a potential securities law violation and want to let us know, you may do so by submitting a tip either through our online portal or by mail or fax.

Protections Against Actions Taken to Impede Reporting

In addition to protecting whistleblowers who have reported possible securities law violations from retaliation, Commission Rule 21F-17(a) prohibits any person from taking any action to prevent you from contacting the SEC directly to report a possible securities law violation.  The Rule states “[n]o person may take action to impede an individual from communicating directly with the Commission staff about a possible securities law violation, including enforcing, or threatening to enforce, a confidentiality agreement…with respect to such communications.” 
Unlike the anti-retaliation protections, the protections against actions taken to impede reporting possible securities law violations are not limited to the employee-employer context.  Only the SEC, however, may file an enforcement action for a violation of Rule 21F-17(a).
Please let us know by submitting a tip if you believe that someone has taken any action to prevent you from communicating with the SEC concerning a possible securities law violation.

Frequently Asked Questions

The answers to these frequently asked questions represent the views of the staff of the Office of the Whistleblower. They are not rules, regulations or statements of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Further, the Commission has neither approved nor disapproved them. These FAQs provide short general summaries of certain key features of the SEC Whistleblower Program and do not purport to be a complete or comprehensive discussion of all of its provisions. For detailed information about the program, including eligibility requirements and certain limitations that apply, please see Section 922 of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the Final Rules implementing the program.
  1. What rights do I have if my employer fires me or retaliates against me for submitting information to the SEC?
You may bring an action in federal court within a certain time period if your employer violates the anti-retaliation provisions of Dodd-Frank.  If you are successful in court, you may be entitled to reinstatement, double back pay, litigation costs, expert witness fees, and attorneys’ fees.
The anti-retaliation protections generally apply to employees who report information regarding possible violations of the federal securities laws.  Among other things, these protections provide that an employer may not discharge, demote, suspend, threaten, harass, or in any way discriminate against a whistleblower in the terms or conditions of employment for:
  • Providing information to the SEC under the whistleblower program, or
  • Initiating, testifying in, or assisting the SEC in any investigation or proceeding
In addition, the SEC may also bring an enforcement action against a company that violates the anti-retaliation provisions of Dodd-Frank.
You may also be able to file a retaliation complaint in federal court under Section 806 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (“SOX”).  You can find information about your rights and protections under SOX on the Department of Labor’s whistleblower website
  1. I’m considering reporting internally to my company. Will I still be eligible for the anti-retaliation protections under Dodd-Frank?
With the passage of Dodd-Frank, Congress amended the Exchange Act to add Section 21F, which established a series of new incentives and protections for individuals to report possible violations of the federal securities laws, including enhanced employment retaliation protections.
On February 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers stating that the Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation provisions only extend to those persons who provide information relating to a violation of the securities laws to the SEC.  To understand how this may affect you, we encourage you to consult with an attorney.
If you choose to report a possible securities law violation internally to your company, you also can report that information directly to the SEC either before or at the same time as reporting internally.  If you have already reported to the company, you can still report to the Commission now.
Regardless of whether the anti-retaliation protections extend to you, you may remain eligible for an award under our whistleblower award program. We encourage you to provide information about potential securities law violations to the SEC by submitting a tip. 
  1. What if I am asked to sign an agreement that prevents me from reporting my concerns directly to the SEC?
Such an agreement may violate the federal securities laws.  Rule 21F-17(a) provides that “[n]o person may take any action to impede an individual from communicating directly with the Commission staff about a possible securities law violation, including enforcing or threatening to enforce a confidentiality agreement…with respect to such communications.”
If you have been asked to sign such an agreement, or have already signed such an agreement, and want to understand how the rules may apply to you, we encourage you to consult with an attorney.  You may also send us a copy of your agreement, if you so choose, by submitting it as a tip either through our online portal or by mail or fax.
  1. Do the anti-retaliation protections apply overseas?
Dodd-Frank does not specifically state whether, or to what extent, the anti-retaliation protections apply to individuals or conduct outside of the United States.  To understand if the anti-retaliation protections may apply to you, we encourage you to consult with an attorney. We encourage you to submit a tip to the SEC if you believe you have been retaliated against for reporting potential securities law violations even if the retaliation occurred outside of the United States.
Regardless of whether the Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation protections extend to you, you may remain eligible for an award under our whistleblower award program.  You do not need to reside or work in the United States to be eligible for an award under our whistleblower award program.  

SEC Enforcement Actions

The SEC has brought a number of actions based on both retaliatory conduct, as well as actions taken to impede reporting.
Enforcement Actions Based on Retaliatory Conduct
In the Matter of SandRidge Energy, Inc., File No. 3-17739 (December 20, 2016)
In the Matter of International Game Technology, File No. 3-17596 (September 29, 2016)
In the Matter of Paradigm Capital Management, Inc. and Candace King Weir, File No. 3-15930 (June 16, 2014)
Enforcement Actions Based on Actions Taken to Impede Reporting
In the Matter of Homestreet, Inc. and Darrell Van Amen, File No. 3-17801 (January 19, 2017)
In the Matter of Blackrock, Inc., File No. 3-17786 (January 17, 2017)
In the Matter of SandRidge Energy, Inc., File No. 3-17739 (December 20, 2016)
In the Matter of NeuStar, Inc., File No. 3-17736 (December 19, 2016)
In the Matter of Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV, File No. 3-17586 (September 28, 2016)
In the Matter of Health Net, Inc., File No. 3-17396 (August 16, 2016)
In the Matter of BlueLinx Holdings Inc., File No. 3-17371 (August 10, 2016)
In the Matter of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith Incorporated and Merrill Lynch Professional Clearing Corp., File No. 3-17312 (June 23, 2016)
In the Matter of KBR, Inc., File No. 3-16466 (April 1, 2015)

Retaliation News

Financial Company Charged with Improper Accounting and Impeding Whistleblowers (1/19/17)
Blackrock Charged with Removing Whistleblower Incentives in Separation Agreements (1/17/17)
Company Settles Charges in Whistleblower Retaliation Case (12/20/16)
Company Violated Rule Aimed at Protecting Potential Whistleblowers (12/19/16)
Risk Alert: Examining Whistleblower Rule Compliance (10/24/2016)
SEC: Casino-Gaming Company Retaliated Against Whistleblower (9/29/16)
SEC Charges Anheuser-Busch InBev With Violating FCPA and Whistleblower Protection Laws (9/28/16)
Company Punished for Severance Agreements That Removed Financial Incentives for Whistleblowing (8/16/16)
Company Paying Penalty for Violating Key Whistleblower Protection Rule (8/10/16)
Merrill Lynch to Pay $415 Million for Misusing Customer Cash and Putting Customer Securities at Risk (6/23/16)
Interpretation of the SEC’s Whistleblower Rules Under Section 21F of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (Aug. 4, 2015)
SEC Announces Award to Whistleblower in First Retaliation Case (4/28/15)
SEC: Companies Cannot Stifle Whistleblowers in Confidentiality Agreements (4/1/15)
SEC Charges Hedge Fund Adviser With Conducting Conflicted Transactions and Retaliating Against Whistleblower (6/16/14)
Statement on Court Filing by SEC to Protect Whistleblowers From Retaliation (2/20/14)

Internal Reporting Amicus Briefs

The SEC has intervened in several private cases to argue that the anti-retaliation protections of Dodd-Frank should apply to individuals who internally report potential securities laws violations as well as to those who make disclosures directly to the SEC.  However, on February 21, 2018, the United States Supreme Court issued an opinion in Digital Realty Trust, Inc. v. Somers stating that the Dodd-Frank anti-retaliation provisions only extend to those persons who provide information relating to a violation of the securities laws to the SEC.
Court of Appeals
The SEC maintains a listing of the amicus briefs filed in the Courts of Appeals.
District Courts
The below is a listing of some of the amicus briefs filed by the SEC in the District Courts:

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Company Overview of Blum Capital Partner

March 12, 2019 10:30 PM ET

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Company Overview of Blum Capital Partners

Executive Profile

Richard Charles Blum

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman, Blum Capital Partners
AgeTotal Calculated CompensationThis person is connected to 8 Board Members in 8 organization across 12 different industries.

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Mr. Richard C. Blum, also known as Dick, co-founded Blum Capital Partners in 1975 and serves as its Chief Executive Officer, President, general partner and Chairman. He was previously Partner at the firm from May 2006 to December 2012. Mr. Blum is a Co-Founder of TPG Capital L.P. He is the Founder and Chairman of Richard C. Blum & Associates, Inc. He is the Founder and Chairman of the American Himalayan Foundation. He is also a founding member of the Council of Advisors to National Geographic International. He serves as an Honorary Consultant to Mongolia and the Kingdom of Nepal. Previously, he co-founded TPG Newbridge Capital in the early 1990s and has been its Co-Chairman since September 2001. Mr. Blum founded Blum Center for Developing Economies at the University of California. He founded the Global Economy and Development Center at The Brookings Institution. He also founded the Blum-Brookings Conference to develop policy research strategy and to work on individual projects. He served with Sutro & Co. for 17 years from 1958 to 1975 and served as various positions including director and major stockholder. Mr. Blum serves as Co-Chairman of the World Conference on Religion and Peace. He serves as Co-Chairman - Asia at TPG Capital. Mr. Blum has been a Director of KFB Newbridge Advisors, Co. since 2000 and KFB Newbridge Control Corp. since 2000. He serves as a Director Emeritus of Northwest Airlines Corporation. Mr. Blum is a Member of Investment Committee of Montgomery Street Partners, LLC. He has experience serving as a director of other companies and serves on the board of directors of Pacific Alliance Group Holdings Ltd. He has been a Director of The Regents of The University of California since 2002. He serves as a Director at Coral Growth Investments Limited and Egyptian Direct Investment Fund. He serves as a Member of the Governing Board at University of California. He serves as a Member of Advisory Board at The Endeavor Group, Inc. He serves as a Member of Advisory Board of the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley. Mr. Blum serves as a Trustee of The Brookings Institution. He serves as a Member of Economic Advisory Council at URS Corporation. Mr. Blum serves as a Member of the Board of Trustees at American Cancer Society Foundation. He serves on the Boards of The California Academy of Sciences. He serves as a Board Member of the World Wildlife Fund and the Wilderness Society. He serves as Member of Economic Advisory Council of Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He serves on the board of trustees of The Asian Art Museum Foundation, The Carter Center, Central European University, Glide Foundation, The National Democratic Institute and The Simon Wiesenthal Center Inc. He served as the Chairman of the Board of Regents for the University of California. He served as the Chairman of CB Richard Ellis Services. He served as the Chairman of CBRE Group, Inc. from September 2001 to May 2014. He served as Vice Chairman of URS Corporation from 1975 to November 2005 and also served as its Director until November 2005. He served as an Independent Director at CBRE Group, Inc. from May 1993 to May 13, 2016. He served as a Member of Economic Advisory Council of Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. He served as a Director of FRHI Holdings Limited. He served as a Director of Current Media, Inc. since May 2004. He served as a Director of National Education Corp., since 1987, Northwest Airlines, LLC from 1989 to January 2005 and Playtex Products, LLC since 1998. He served as a Director of Northwest Airlines Holding Corporation. He served as a Director of Triad Systems Corporation since 1992. He served as a Director of Standard Chartered Bank Korea Limited, Taft Broadcasting Corporation, Shaklee Corporation, Advanced Systems, Inc., Sumitomo Bank of California, Princeville Development Corporation and Myer Pty Ltd. He served on the boards of National Educational Corporation. Mr. Blum served as a Director at Glenborough Realty Trust Inc. since January 1998. He served as a Director at Korea First Bank Ltd. He served as a Director of Sutro & Co. until 1975. He was appointed as a Regent in 2002 by Governor Davis to a 12-year term from March 12, 2002 to March 1, 2014. He is active in numerous non-profit organizations. He has experience in the capital markets and securities business. Mr. Blum has long had philanthropic interests, primarily focused on global poverty and education. He was the recipient of UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business Alumnus of the Year Award in 1994. He was appointed by President Obama to be a member of the President's Global Development Council. Most recently, he was awarded the Haas School of Business' Lifetime Achievement Award. He received an Honorary Doctoral Degree from the University of San Francisco's McLaren College of Business in 2006. Mr. Blum holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration in 1958 and an MBA degree in 1959 from the University of California at Berkeley.

Corporate Headquarters

909 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, California 94133

United States

Phone: 415-434-1111
Fax: 415-434-3130

Board Members Memberships

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman
Co-Chairman and Co-Founder


MBA 1959
University of California Berkeley
BSBA 1958
University of California Berkeley
Honorary Doctorate 2006
University of San Francisco

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The FICO Connnection - Open Letter to Will Lansing

US Attorney Thomas C. Wales brother of Richard Wales Fair Issac Tools Programmer.  Killed a month after the deadly World Trade Center Bombings but more important is the Cyber-terrorism event launched from SBCGlobal on September 18, 2001 which was the same day the Anthrax Virus emerged.   


Will Lansing President
Fair Issac
200 Smith Ranch Road
San Rafael, CA 94903 USA

Dear Mr. Lansing,

This my second email in regards to my personal story and economic downfall in part facilitated by tactical to disrupt my business, destroy my legal remedies and by whatever means remove me from the media. 

In my first email a few facts were unknown to me specifically the connections to Richard Blum and Diane Feinstein, their respective connections to my ongoing misery. 

The power couple sleep in a mansion whereas I sleep on a sheet of plywood but your investors lead to a 2004 attempted murders.  A CBRE SVP knows about the incidents and murder attempts.

One of Mr. Blum's holdings leads to Telepacific who purchased ATG in Santa Rosa CA.  I was one of their salespeople who was given the corporate haircut.  That event was costly, it affected my family and forced us to get free food. 

So I live under deplorable conditions and for several years have reached out to Senator Feinstein's office for constituent services and received none, just like my paycheck nothing.

When you get a chance ask Mr. Blum where in the California Labor Code does it allow not to pay employees or even better, ask the Senator.

Plain and simple, I was ripped off and would like to be paid as after all it's the debtor is the Husband of U. S. Senator with a net worth of likely over 1 billion, his firm and hedge fund probably burned the sales crew upwards of 500,000.   I am researching the ATG Sale to TPG seeking details on who authorized the very low-ball asset valuation. 

Next is CBRE
One person within CBRE organization has my trust documents where I lost my originals to East Bay Mormons who are suspects in my 2004 Arson fire.  It's attempted murder case and has been with the FBI when someone torched offices at 1776 Ygnacio Valley Road where my attorneys offices contained legal files lost in claims against SBC Global, Seeno Construction and smaller skirmish. 

Zombie Debt Collection Case Chicago 2004
Once I got on TV a slew of collection activities were aimed at me, morning, noon and night.   During that time I was TV with the Senator.  

Today with your organizations connection to Richard Blum and my grassroots efforts against the Senator its kind of odd, that I've been arrested, jailed, beaten and set of fire.   That personal life has been in danger for as long I've been on TV perhaps longer. 

What I've determined is my credit was targeted,  my ability to get work disrupted and my close relatives murdered.

This is how the circle travels to from the UC System to CBRE to my family.  This business belongs to Cobb Bennett who is my brother. 

Business Credit Information
Toll Free:   1.415.861.4224
Email: .
Address:    251 Rhode Island, Suite 112  San Francisco, CA  94103, USA

Mr. Blum a regent, my brother works with UC Alumni

This link is the forged Leslie Milne Bennett trust and you'll quickly realize I'm telling you truth.

Your data is used against me to steal my trust documents.  With your tools you can easily link the real estate sold in secret, the property sold with the forged document and that forged document was on my trailer and placed in the Truck owner by Russ Darby who knows Mormon Bishop who works for Blum. 

There is another back story with a murder case near this BOD

This is how big your problem is:  This family lived next door but also won a fat settlement without ever filing a case.   Friends of the Bishop who work the Power Couple who allow a vendor steal trust files , file forged papers and stand back when my truck explodes.

Putting your analytical prowess for good - the bus accident and the law firms are one in the same.

The Bishops kids attended Green Valley Elem, then Los Cerros, then Monte Vista. 

Several of the victims on this page are well known to the Bishop, who knows your BOD, who also knows Lennar who controls most of Mare Island where once again we've got arson.

Mr. Blum's wife is stonewalling me for basic constituent services while I endure homelessness, assaults, arson and legal setbacks over and over. 

Accenture, BRAC, PG&E, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Bishop Lyon's former Accenture Executive who mysteriously dies on the Pacific Coast Trail. 

The CBRE Bishop knows this Bishop, my roommate murdered in the county jail by deputies lived to a different Mormon Bishop. 

You are smart to follow this and start your own investigation.  I clearly suspect these attacks over 30 years lead into 9/11 and the Accenture Federal Services. 

Your credit databases will reveal if Accenture has anything to do the missing Hellcat Missile as once they're all over DOS, DLA and BRAC.

My analysis is heading for the FBI on top of everything else that's happened and to the DOJ in DC.   In 2014, I begged the FBI for witness protection for me, my family and sons.  

The Strack Murders and Russ Darby (Mormon)

Russ Darby has the missing trust, the CBRE Bishop knows this.  The trust leads to this allegation posted in 2014, sent to the FBI in 2011 after the Mormon Chief of Police refused to investigate, the same chief that knew murder victims Ernie Scherer and his wife. 

If you took the time with vast portfolio of information you identify the real killers and numerous arsonists, including my theory about the FedEx truck accident that killed.

Your data provides proximity information.  Smash every transaction from Sac to Redding or from LVNV to La Brea and Pleasaton you'll learn what I suspect which is Ernie Scherer III was framed, like Scott Dyleski who Horowitz is connected to 500 La Gonda Way Litigation who could easily see my truck explode. 

Your data could free men from prison, reveal who has been trying to kill me and possibly solve 9/11. 

It's not everyday that a person close to your BOD is close to a person who took 10M from the Bin Laden Family who are connected to Bechtel who once had a 100 year relationship with Bechtel. 

You know and I know that Bechtel is Cheney, and Lynne Cheney is Mormon and one of their premier vendors was John Ramsey. 

You work at Board Level and no sane BOD would pass on meeting a vendor doing nearly a billion per year. 

It's all in the timeline and that connects to my stint at Wells Fargo when the programmer jumped.

CC: Board Of Directors

OBIT: Matthew Miller Ratliff '80 - Pete's best friend commits suicide -- no warning?

The Playtex Connected Suicide

Pete Bennett's relocated to Mountain Lakes NJ. Back in 1968 the Vietnam war was developing into a national issue. My next door neighbor Matt Ratliff became my best friend along with his family we all got along.

Then the goodfellows at the AFL-CIO a division Contra Costa Politics

Matthew M. Ratliff

Matthew Miller Ratliff '80, a longtime resident of Vero Beach, FL, was born on February 14, 1958. The youngest son of Dale Ratliff, a corporation executive vice president, and the former Bettie C. Messer, an antiques dealer, Matt Ratliff grew up in Mountain Lakes, NJ, where he was graduated from Mountain Lakes High School in 1975. He entered Hamilton that year and, interested in radio broadcasting, became a disc jockey for campus radio station WHCL. He also served as a staff photographer for The Spectator and was an ultimate-frisbee enthusiast. His interest in filmmaking led him to take several courses in that field. Having majored in sociology, he was awarded his diploma in 1980.

Matt Ratliff returned to New Jersey but later settled in Vero Beach, where he held a series of property caretaking jobs. He also conducted an antiques and collectibles resale business on the side. He was a dedicated sports fisherman and scuba diver, and an avid beachcomber.

Matthew M. Ratliff, who had returned to New Jersey just last year, died on March 20, 2008, in Montclair. Unmarried, he is survived by two brothers, Mitch and Mark Ratliff, and a sister, Lynn Hove, as well as nieces and nephews.

My best friend, my nephews, Girl Friend and Daughter, my former employee and his wife, a neighbor in Danville CA, my Roommate, My Attorneys Son, City Clerk from San Ramon and local Contra Costa Board of Realtors and the band played.

The Max Factor Connection

Max Factor & Company, the cosmetics concern, has turned to Revlon, its high‐class competitor, for its new president and chief executive officer. It named Dale Ratliff, one of Revlon's ranking sales executives, to succeed Sam Kalish, who resigned as Max Factor's top executive last July 1.
Mr. Ratliff, 47, executive vice president of sales for the Revlon domestic cosmetics and fragrances division, will assume his new title at the $350 million company on Jan. 1 and will report to Timm Crull, president and chief operating officer at Norton Simon Inc., Max Factor's parent company.
Max Factor has seen its operating profits decline dramatically over the last year. Its cosmetics and fashion division (which includes Halston fashions and the McCall Pattern Company) had pretax profits of $34.1 million for the year ended June 30, 1977. Just 12 months later that figure had slipped to $12.6 million.
A sore spot has been Its domestic cosmetics division, greatly weakened by last year's disastrous introduction of the fragrance “Just Call Me Maxi.” David Mahoney, chairman of Norton Simon, said at the annual meeting this month that the company had withdrawn funds from its basic cosmetics lines to support the “Just Call Me Maxi” introduction and found these regular lines suffered in the process.
“Ratliff is a good choice,” said one industry expert. “He knows sales and he knows the domestic cosmetics market. But he has little marketing background.” (Mr. Ratliff has been a group president at the B.V.D. Company and senior vice president and general manager of the apparel division at International Playtex.)
Just last week a cosmetics marketing executive was named to a senior post at Norton Simon. Robert Kamerschen will resign his position as president of Chanel Inc. to become senior vice president and assistant to Mr. Crull in December. Mr. Ratliff and Mr. Kamerschen worked together at Revlon.
Meanwhile, Sam Kalish, whose resignation was announced last May 30, remains on the Norton Simon payroll as a consultant. His annual salary as president of Max Factor was $190.000.

Then the goodfellows at the AFL-CIO a division Contra Costa Politics

Memorial services will be held Saturday in Mountain Lake, N.J., for Dale Ratliff, president of Max Factor & Company, who died last Saturday in Los Angeles of a heart attack.
Mr. Ratliff, 47 years old, joined Max Factor in January following six years as executive vice president of the domestic cosmetics and fragrances division of Revlon Inc. Previously, he had been group vice president with the BVD Company Inc. and had also served as senior vice president and general manager of the apparel division at International Playtex Inc.
Born in Hinton, W. Va., Mr. Ratliff was a graduate of Duke University. He served in the Marine Corps, attaining the rank of captain.
Mr. Ratliff is survived by his wife, the former Bettie Messer; three sons, Mitchell, Mark and Matthew; a daughter, Lynn, and his mother, Augusta J. Ratliff. The memorial services will be held at P.M. at the Community Church in Mountain Lake.

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