Many of Rhea Feikin’s family and closest friends filled the private dining room of Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse to honor “the first lady of MPT” and to celebrate her decades of work on Baltimore television in advance of her retirement in February 2020.
Guests first enjoyed a cocktail hour…
…before being welcomed to dinner by Larry D. Unger, MPT president/CEO and party host.
Among those feting this First Lady – her dear friend, filmmaker and artist John Waters.
Pictured (LtoR) Thomas Roberts, Emmy-award winning journalist; and Rhea Feikin, event honoree
Pictured (LtoR) Pat Thomas, retired realtor; and Louise Keelty, retired attorney
Pictured (LtoR) Bill Gilmore, Sideshow buyer; Ted Frankel, Sideshow owner; Michael Ross, Baltimore Center Stage executive director; and Curt Decker, National Disability Rights Network co-founder/executive director
Pictured (LtoR) Henry Rosenberg, Rosemore chair; Dot Rosenberg, community volunteer; Jamie Snead, Ziger Snead partner emeritus; and Steve Ziger, Ziger Snead managing partner
Pictured (LtoR) Jennifer Salkin, Baltimore area finance analyst; Jeff Salkin, MPT news anchor; and Joseph Sheppard, artist
Pictured (LtoR) Linda Taggart, MPT vice president of development; and Erin Chrest, MPT director of major & planned giving
Pictured (LtoR) Rhea Feikin’s children – Dr. Daniel Feikin, World Health Organization epidemiologist; and Jennifer Feikin, independent business advisor – and Peggy Thalheimer, community volunteer
Pictured (LtoR) Clair Segal, Baltimore Museum of Art chair; Leslie Shepard, arts consultant; Michele Whelley, Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore president/CEO; and Connie Imboden, artist
Pictured (LtoR) Steven Schupak, MPT chief operating officer; John Waters, filmmaker/artist; and Karen Schupak, Eating Recovery Center professional relations liaison
(February 5, 2020 – Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Pikesville)