Kerley

Ker·ley

(ker'lē),
Peter J., English radiologist, 1900-1979. See: Kerley A lines, Kerley B lines, Kerley C lines.
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The former Shels, St Pat's and now ex-Shamrock Rovers defender is wanted by Blues boss Mike Kerley to add experience to his young, struggling Waterford team.
The players and staff acted swiftly to the news and have agreed to waive their wages for the next three games in a hope that the situation can be resolved soon, but manager Michael Kerley admitted the future looks bleak for the club.
Kerley brings more than two decades of hands-on strategic marketing and sales planning, financial management, and sales and management training experience to StarNex.
WATERFORD boss Mike Kerley has quashed rumours that his club are set to re-sign Willie Bruton from Cobh.
LIMERICK manager Mike Kerley was disappointed with the way victory was snatched from his team on Thursday night against Galway Utd.
Kerley as non-executive chairman of the board following Kerley's retirement at the company's annual shareholder meeting on Dec.
Jupiter Sulphur LLC represents over 20 years of partnership between Tessenderlo Kerley and the ConocoPhillips Oil Company, providing value-added sulfur products.
The win over Douglas Hall was a boost," said Mike Kerley.
Iacobellis, who is the executive vice president and deputy chairman for Major Programs at Rockwell International, said he was pleased to serve on the board and gave credit to Jim Kerley for his efforts since assuming the chairmanship in January of 1993.
Jim Kerley, chairman of the board, stated, "These offerings will broaden the company's financial flexibility and position it to compete effectively.
WATERFORD manager Mike Kerley has told his young guns to take inspiration from Shels striker Jason Byrne.
announced today that they have singed a letter of intent for the sale of Arcadian Corporation's controlled-release nitrogen fertilizer business, known in the industry as "Triazone," to Hickson Kerley.