February 8, 2014 Colby College Contact: William Sodoma

Haskell, Marshall in top 10 for alpine teams

Mardi Haskell had her fourth top 10 finish Saturday. (Dustin Satloff Photography)
LYME, N.H. ---- Colby College first-year Mardi Haskell had her fourth top-10 finish of the season and Craig Marshall finished in the top 10 for the men in the slalom at the Dartmouth Skiway on Saturday.

The Colby women finished in fourth place out of 14 teams with a score of 89. The Mule men also had a solid day, taking fifth with 66 points.

Haskell had runs of 53.25 and 52.76 for a two-run total time of 1:46.01 to finish in fourth place, her top performance of the season. She had a fifth in the slalom at Vermont, fifth in the giant slalom at the Colby Carnival, and was seventh in the slalom at the U. New Hampshire meet. Read more

February 10, 2014  Ocean Signal

Barnegat School Teacher Sentenced to Six Years in Prison for Sexual Relationship with Student


Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph D. Coronato today announced that Erin Haskell, 32, of Barnegat, NJ was sentenced to six (6) years in New Jersey State Prison for entering into an inappropriate sexual relationship with a juvenile student. She will also be subject to Parole Supervision for Life, listed as a Megan’s Law registrant, and ordered to have no contact with the victim as per Nicoles Law.

In August, 2013, Ms. Haskell entered a guilty plea to 2nd degree Sexual Assault before the Honorable Francis R. Hodgson, Jr., J.S.C. The plea was in response to the November 21, 2012 arrest by the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office for entering into an inappropriate sexual relationship with a juvenile student.

Ms. Haskell, who was free on $300,000 cash bail, was immediately remanded to prison authorities to begin serving her sentence.

The case was investigated by Detective Melissa Matthews of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office and Sgt. Glen DeMarco of the Beachwood Police Department. The case was prosecuted by Assistant Prosecutor Kristin L. Pressman. Read more
Vanessa on Valentine’s Day

The most successful Miss America in the entertainment world, Vanessa Williams....

Nina Davaluri, didn’t have to wait for the postman to deliver the poison pen letters that spewed their hatred over being the first Indian-American woman to be crowned Miss America.

.....About a week after Davuluri won the title, Miss America CEO Sam Haskell was showing his new queen the sites in Manhattan. One of their stops was the Stephen Sondheim Theatre, where Williams, Haskell’s friend and former William Morris Agency client, was starring in the Broadway play The Trip to Bountiful.

Haskell took Davuluri backstage to meet Williams. Though separated in age by 26 years — at 24, Davuluri is two years younger than Williams’ oldest daughter — the two women hit it off immediately.

“I got a chance to ... talk to her for a bit and just support her and remind her that she has had an amazing accomplishment and to enjoy her year,” Williams tells Atlantic City Weekly during a recent phone chat. “And she was in great shape anyway. She wasn’t frazzled, she didn’t take things personally and she knows that that’s part of being out there and being famous, and she was willing and able to take the heat. And I think she’s done an amazing job and she’s setting a great example.” read more
Elizabeth H. Haskell, ex-cabinet sec in Va., dies

By Associated Press, Published: February 13

MARTINSVILLE, Va. — Former Virginia Secretary of Natural Resources Elizabeth Heim Haskell has died.

The Martinsville Bulletin (http://bit.ly/1nuIgFL) reports that Haskell died Tuesday at a hospice facility in Durham, N.C. She was 71.
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Haskell served on the Martinsville City Council and served in the cabinet of then-Gov. L. Douglas Wilder as his natural resources secretary from 1990 to 1994.

In 2005, Haskell was recognized as the Outstanding Virginian by the General Assembly.

The author of many books and articles on the environment, Haskell was also a director
and officer of the Martinsville Bulletin. Read more
Ken Haskell is a second-
generation New York City
firefighter and an expert in rescue
techniques. Haskell lost two
brothers - also firefighters- in the
World Trade Center on Sept. 11.
Ken Haskell, Firefighter, New York
Ken Haskell:
'I Was Looking For My Two Brothers.' September 7, 2011
Ken Haskell, a second-generation firefighter, was off-duty and planning to work on some home reconstruction projects on Sept. 11, 2001.
His brothers Timmy and Tom, also New York City firefighters, were both working that day. Both Timmy and Tom went to the World Trade
Center and died when the towers collapsed.

Ken arrived at Ground Zero shortly after the North and South towers fell. He spent the next two months working at the Ground Zero site,
sifting through the rubble and trying to find the remains of people who had been trapped in the towers. His brother Tim's body was
recovered while Ken was on-site; Tom's body has never been found.

Haskell's memories of Sept. 11 are collected in Dennis Smith's A Decade of Hope: Stories of Grief and Endurance from 9/11 Families and
Friends. Haskell, along with Smith and New York City Fire Department battalion chief Jay Jonas, who was inside the North Tower when it
collapsed, join Fresh Air's Terry Gross for a discussion about their memories of Sept. 11, and how their lives have changed since the
terrorist attacks.

"I was in a unique position knowing that I was looking for my two brothers in addition to doing all of the responsibilities I had as a
firefighter," he says.   read more
24 Jan 2012
Well-wishers throw leeks to mark end of firefighters' epic Atlantic row
John Haskell and Jamie Windsor battled exhaustion, salt sores and 20ft waves in a rowing boat from the
Canaries to Barbados. The dynamic duo, from South Wales, were greeted by scores of well-wishers throwing
leeks after an almost record-breaking 45 days, 19 hours and 21 minutes.

They came fourth in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge and are hoping to raise £100,000 for Breast Cancer
Care, Help for Heroes, WRVS and the Fire Service Fund. Mr Haskell, 44, said of the challenge: “We’re both grown
men, we’re both firefighters and we’ve done some pretty extreme stuff but the pair of us were terrified and we could
see it in each others’ eyes...read more
John Haskell at the front and Jamie Windsor at the rear
arriving in Wales after rowing the Atlantic Ocean
John Haskell & Jamie Windsor row Atlantic
March 29, 2013 Gloucester Times By Marjorie Nesin Staff Writer

BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO OLD HOUSE
RESTORATION REVIVES EARLY 1700S HOME

The Old Haskell House, in one form or another, has sat perched on Lincoln Street, just off Essex Avenue or
Route 133, since long before Route 133 even existed.

But the house that dates to about 50 years before America declared its independence is not only still standing;
it’s undergoing a major restoration, with a preservation specialist and a contractor repairing the house, paying
close attention to details from siding to nails.

An Illinois family, with a passion for early 18th century homes, bought the house last April, intending to repair
and preserve the home originally built by William Haskell in the early 1700s, then renovated in 1920 with
additions.

But, Howard Grote came across more surprises than just the expected hidden gems, like newspapers dating
back to the “Roaring Twenties” that had been stuffed into wall cracks, and “nogging,” a layer of bricks and
mortar set between the north wall of the original house and the addition, that had acted as insulation from
harsh north winds before the 1920s add on.

”Mr. Grote found out it was built by his tenth great grandfather,” said Prudence Fish, a local expert on historic
houses.

...Inside, the team has discovered countless details that reveal a house that existed long ago...
...“We try to leave it as is, mostly make repairs,” Lanpher said. “Most of what you see here is unchanged,
believe it or not.”

A sunny room converted into a modern kitchen contains cupboards, built from scratch with reclaimed lumber,
that showcase Lanpher’s mix of passion and skill. ...“You’ve got to draw a line somewhere between making it
spot on with history and making it livable,” Lanpher said, ducking beneath a low door from the original frame.
...“The Grotes are the reason that this is all happening,” Lanpher said of the private owners. “We’re just so
excited about the house and that somebody’s coming here who loves it.”

O’Connor, standing beneath a beamed wooden ceiling, ran a booted foot over knots in the floor boards. The
knots appear warped, jutting upward, because the wood’s knots are tougher than the rest of the floor,
according to O’Connor. So, as the floor boards wore down over the last 300 years, the knots remained closer
to their original thickness.

“Just imagine all the shoes and feet that have walked across this floor,” O’Connor said.

...“When they built this house, there was no Declaration of Independence, no Constitution, no United States
really,” O’Connor said. “It just blows me away every day while I’m sitting here building.”   ...read more


17 Jun 2013 Coventry Telegraph

HASKELL FIGHTS ON FOR RICOH ARENA AND COVENTRY CITY

American property tycoon determined to invest in stadium and refuses to give up on Sky Blues bid.

Preston Haskell IV is pressing ahead with his plans to buy half the Ricoh Arena – despite failing to win the bid for
Coventry City FC Ltd and the crucial golden share. The American property tycoon is understood to remain determined to
invest in the stadium and refuses to give up his attempt to secure ownership of the Sky Blues.

But administrator Paul Appleton selected Sisu-backed Otium Entertainment Group Ltd and will this week seek approval
from the Football League. Many believe Sisu were always capable of out-bidding the three rival buyers by writing off debt
rather than providing cash.

Haskell appeared to be walking away from the possibility of a takeover following Friday’s dramatic decision but has
renewed his interest following meetings over the weekend. A source close to the American said: “He is very disappointed
with the administrator’s decision on Friday but he believes there is great potential in the stadium that has not yet been
realised....read more
Preston Haskell lll
Todd R.Haskell
7 August 2013 Daily Mail Online By Janine Yaqoob

FEMALE TEACHER, 32, FACES UP TO TEN YEARS IN JAIL AFTER ADMITTING SEXUALLY ASSAULTING 15-YEAR-OLD MALE PUPIL

A female Spanish teacher has been warned she faces up to ten years in prison after sexually assaulting a 15-year-old male pupil.

Erin Haskell, 32, pleased guilty to second-degree sexual assault on one of her students while she worked at Toms River Intermediate South in Beachwood, New Jersey.

Haskell taught Spanish to fifth to eighth-grade students at the school and also served as faculty advisor to the drama club. ...read more
September 23, 2013

HASKELL OPENS NEW CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN ATLANTA

JACKSONVILLE, FL – Haskell, one of the nation’s leading design and construction firms, based in Jacksonville, Florida, is pleased to
announce the opening of a new office in Atlanta, Georgia. This 17,500 square foot facility, located in Century Center at 2800
Century Parkway, has been totally redesigned and will provide a modern and comfortable workspace for our employees and clients.

The new location hosts Haskell’s Center of Excellence for packaging and material handling systems design and implementation, and
is staffed by a team of 50 professionals previously located in Duluth. ...read more

Tim Haskell
Image credit: Steven McElroy
October 15, 2013 Entrepreneur.com  by Kate Taylor

HOW 'NIGHTMARE' PRODUCER TIM HASKELL
TURNED NYC'S FIRST HAUNTED HOUSE INTO A YEAR-ROUND BUSINESS

Ten years ago, when Tim Haskell couldn't find a haunted house in New York City, he did the only thing a theatre
producer would do – he opened his own. Today, Haskell runs Nightmare, a theatrical haunted house that draws in
thousands of visitors each year around Halloween.

When Nightmare opened in 2003, it was widely thought that having a haunted house in New York City was, if not
impossible, at least not profitable. Concerns over building permits, safety and profitability obstructed the creation of a
haunted house. Even Haskell, who was working at the time as a publicist and producer, originally envisioned Nightmare
as drawing an audience similar to an off-off-Broadway play.
"The first year, I told my wife, ‘If 100 people show up tonight, that'd be really awesome,' recalls Haskell. "The first night,
it was literally over 1,000."

Since then, the endeavor has only grown. This year, 30,000 to 35,000 people are expected to walk through the event
and tickets at $30 to $60 a piece. The event opened September 27 and will close on November 2. ...read more
Issue 07/30/2013 Womens Wear Daily  By Erik Maza

TODD R. HASKELL TAPPED FOR DIGITAL ROLE AT HEARST

TIMES CHANGES: Advertising executives at The New York Times had a bittersweet Monday. On the one hand, it was the first day for their new boss, Meredith Kopit Levien, a former Forbes executive who was tapped as the Times’ new ad chief in mid-July.

But the rank and file also got confirmation Todd R. Haskell, a Times lifer who was seen as a candidate for Levien’s job, is leaving in September to become a digital bigwig at Hearst Magazines....... Haskell, 44, started his career at the Times as an intern in 1989 and joined the paper’s business team in 2004, eventually put in charge of overseeing ad sales for the Times’ Web site and T: The New York Times Style Magazine.
Last year, when he was promoted to group vice president, advertising, the Times described him in a statement as a “critical piece” of its advertising brain trust.

While Warren and former advertising senior vice president Alexis Buryk were responsible for relations with the top blue-chip luxury advertisers, Haskell “made sure the trains ran on time,” ...read more
Haskells in the News
Oct 16, 2013 Minneapolis / St. Paul Business Journal Nick Halter,  Staff reporter

HASKELL'S OPENING SUPERSIZED LIQUOR STORE

Haskell's, which operates this downtown Minneapolis location, plans to open a much larger store
in Maple Grove.

Haskell's announced plans Wednesday to open a 20,000-square-foot liquor store in The Grove
shopping complex in Maple Grove, a store that would be twice as large as any of Haskell's
current locations.

Haskell's Vice President Beau Farrell said the family-owned company hopes to have the "Super
Cellar" location open by Thanksgiving, but it could take a week or two longer to get city
approval.

"Space been a high priority for us, and we have always kind of been pigeonholed in our current
layouts," Farrell said. ...read more
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