Halbeisen

Hal·bei·sen

(hahl'bī-sĕn),
William A., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Stryker-Halbeisen syndrome.
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Johanna Halbeisen & Joe Offer, associate editors
Editor's Note: Stephen Halbeisen, chair of Cozen O'Connor's Subrogation & Recovery Department's South Central region, contributed the article below.
In a statistically male-dominated profession, Kristin and Marissa Halbeisen are breaking the mold and feel at home as two of the 10 female firefighters on the Vandenberg Fire Department's 120-member crew.
two daughters, Mary Anne Halbeisen of Vancouver, Wash.
Jim Halbeisen, a father of three adult children and a plant manager for the Lompoc Federal Penitentiary, was introduced to his life-saving marrow donor, Alina Martinez, a Cuban immigrant and graphic designer from Arlington, N.
Baumann - Leta Louise Halbeisen Baumann, 99, of Jupiter, Fla.
Jim Halbeisen, a father of two adult children and a plant manager for the Lompoc Federal Penitentiary, will be introduced to his life-saving marrow donor, Alina Martinez, a Cuban immigrant and graphic designer from Arlington, New Jersey.