Philadelphia

THE LAST MULDOONS at The Boat House Rittenhouse Hotel

March 19, 2010 brought the last Muldoon’s Saloon to the Boathouse Bar in Rittenhouse Hotel as
Tom Muldoon (center green tie) is retiring. Muldoon steps down as the president of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau; but as the luck of the Irish would have it
Jack Ferguson, executive vice president of the PCVB, will succeed Tom Muldoon when he steps down on Dec. 31, 2010. (Maybe we will have a Ferguson’s Saloon next year, or just leave the name in honor of Tom Muldoon’s longtime service and commitment to Project Home, the benefactor of tonight’s event.)
Project Home’s tireless advocate, and Time Magazine’s 100 Most Important People 2009, Sr. Mary Scullion.

Kate Wilhelm, Executive Director Fairmount Conservancy, Ray Pennacchia, Novacare and Mary Pat Kessler, Brown & Brown
Philadelphia’s PR Lady Killers. James Zeleniak, Punch Media (married w/kids), Francois Pierre (single, but hurry returning to France in the summer) and Mural Arts’ Ryan Derfler (single)
Former Inquirer Society scribe David Iams (and of course someone I read and admired), tickles the ivories every year at Muldoon’s Saloon.