Futcher

Fut·cher

(fut'chĕr),
Palmer Howard, U.S.-Canadian physician, 1910-2004.
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Frank Futcher, director of the Navy business office and total ownership cost branch at the office of the deputy chief of naval operations for fleet readiness and logistics.
As executive sponsor, Futcher will provide additional oversight of and support to these businesses, which have similar global characteristics.
The trial of Matthew Duncan, Tomos Futcher, Gareth Higgins, James Gruffydd Jones and his father Alan Gruffydd Jones continued yesterday at Wrexham magistrates court.
On-loan Futcher left to help out his parent club Bury as temporary assistant manager in August.
Among those joining in the fun on Saturday were Andy, Louise and Bella Futcher.
Futcher fear League Two Bury are keeping their fingers crossed that Ben Futcher will not be ruled out for a while after he suffered an ankle injury.
Brian Barry-Murphy crossed from the right for Ben Futcher to head towards the bottom corner, but Stuart Giddings cleared off the line.
The high-flying home side made a whirlwind start with centre half Ben Futcher scoring a second-minute opener before Glynn Hurst gave Bury a two-goal cushion in the 11th minute.
Jamie Clarke grabbed a late consolation from the spot after Paul Mullin was fouled by Ben Futcher.
Both defences were on top for long spells, home defender Steve Hughes providing one timely headed clearance early on, while at the other end Steve Futcher saw a goalbound effort from distance blocked.
City took the lead just before half-time when Ryan Lowe beat Ben Futcher to the ball and found Damien Mozika, whose shot found the corner.
The hosts, though, were awarded a second penalty when Ben Futcher felled Buckley.