Dieters Agreement On Port Wine


Margery was gifted in literary and musical art; She received her master`s degree in English from the University of Montana and studied for life at San Francisco State University, the New England Conservatory and the Cologne Hochschule fur Musik. She engaged Hans Frelich in her singing studies; She also studied with Nino Cormel and Hans Schumann of the San Francisco Opera Company. Kurt Herbert Adler, the legendary general steward of the opera, launched Merola`s famous opera program in 1957. Margery was included in the program and then made her Opera debut in her role as Suzuki in “Madame Butterfly”. During her lifetime, she often accompanied Dieter on business trips and sang with operas in California, New York, Europe, the Far East and Latin America. She enjoyed chamber ensembles, summer parties and community light operas. She is known for her patronage with contemporary composers such as Kirke Mechem, Gordon Getty and Ronald McFarland. She was a personal friend and mentor to Virgil Thompson; She enjoyed her participation in her opera The Mother of Us All, a libretto about the life of Susan B. Anthony. With Charles Shere, she collaborated with a series of Virgil Thompson Bay correspondences under the title Everbest Ever.

She was president of the American Association of Concert and supporter of Napa Valley Music Associates. On June 3, 1971, at Margery`s insistence, Dieter completed his economics studies at San Francisco State College. Dieter Tede followed his instincts from the beginning. He mastered his talent in foreign languages and spent time in Hamburg, one of Europe`s leading international centres. The move to San Francisco was a calculated risk that carried his donations. With passion and understanding for multicultural exchanges, Dieter created a niche early on and developed naval partnerships for tuna in Latin America and the Pacific Coast region. This success complemented the goals of its life-long business partners, George Kiskaddon, Jake Nebeling, Jorgen With-Seidelin, Captain Arie Ludwig (“Vicky”) Bleicher and current President John Sylvester. A final chapter of Tedes` book The First Forty Years entitled “The People Who Make it Work” paid tribute to the men and women who came and stayed at Marine Chartering and played unforgettable supporting roles in the company`s creation.

Many important collaborators, including founding partners Nebeling, With-Seidelin and Bleicher, were Europeans with strong professional backgrounds in the agency and naval administration. Siegfried (“Fred”) Walz, a German by origin, was an orphan during the war; He and his sister found their way to the United States, where he worked as Captain Bleicher`s assistant in the refrigerated freight trade. Other staff and family members shared a common experience as immigrants after World War II, who found a place at the MCC to thrive as global citizens. In a letter to the author on September 3, 2012, Tede wrote: “While there is always room for improvement, MCC is proud of its progressive and humanistic relationship between management and staff. The ownership by the company`s employees fosters a climate of mutual trust and support and gives great strength to our efforts in the market. [20] [7] Time chartering is a common shipping practice in which a third party leases a vessel for a specified period of time and pays the owner a fee for the use of the vessel.