Happy Hour in Memory of Mitch Halbrich – Free to Breathe

Happy Hour in Memory of Mitch Halbrich – Free to Breathe

March 3, 2017 – Capitol Grille

Pictured (LtoR) Beth McGuire, Baltimore-based strategy developer; Lee Halbrich, Ernst & Young assurance staff member/son of the late Mitch Halbrich; and Shelly Landsman, physical therapist/event organizer

Pictured (LtoR) Sam Ulan, St. Vincent de Paul interim CFO; and John Hoey, Y of Central Maryland president/CEO

Pictured (LtoR) Dennis Peltz, WSP Peltz/close friend of the late Mitch Halbrich; Kristen Halbrich, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine nutrition researcher/daughter of the late Mitch Halbrich; and Susan Peltz, community volunteer

Pictured (LtoR) Kevin Ridgely, The Seed School of Maryland CFO; Linda Kurlander, Amedisys Hospice hospice liaison; David Gold, MedStar Franklin Square chief of orthopedic surgery; and Annie Truax, Free to Breathe regional events manager/event organizer

Pictured (LtoR) Bob Suls, civil litigation attorney; Elizabeth Davidson, Baltimore-based artist; and Evan Feldman, Alperstein & Diener of counsel

Pictured (LtoR) John Dinkel, Baltimore Business Journal publisher; and Eric Howser, Ranstad Professionals legal recruiter

Pictured (LtoR) Mark Horning, Tresys Technology talent acquisition manager; Alex Frederick, Randstad Professionals account executive; and Nick Chester, Randstad Professionals practice director of technology

Pictured (LtoR) Stephanie Gale, Leukemia Lymphoma Society Man & Woman of the Year campaign manager; Wendy Kulesz, Cockeysville Middle School 6th grade English teacher; and Kristen von Felden, Ultimate Staffing Services branch manager

(March 3, 2017) Friends and colleagues of Mitch Halbrich – a staffing executive and contributor to the Baltimore Business Journal who died of lung cancer last November – gathered in a back room at the Capitol Grille for a happy hour to raise money for Free to Breathe, a nonprofit dedicated to fund lung cancer research.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.