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(rī'ni-kĕ),
Albert, 19th-century German chemist. See: Reinecke salt.
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Kimball is also survived by his first wife; sons Stephen Carter Kimball of Kentfield and Jeffrey Lang Kimball of New York; daughters Anne Collier Kimball of Seattle and Joan Kimball Leiby of Denver; stepson Robert Mattison Reinecke of Turin, Italy; three daughters-in-law and nine grandchildren.
Ergotron is committed to manufacturing mounting and mobility products packed with the features customers need," says Steve Reinecke, global director of healthcare at Ergotron.
An increasing number of organizations are examining ways to factor environmental criteria into their buying decisions," said Ettienne Reinecke, CTO of Dimension Data.
The independent directors who will comprise the independent audit committee include Tan Kay Hock, managing director of Reinecke & Associates, Kim E.
Welcoming industry and public sector guests at the inauguration ceremony, Jacques Esculier, WABCO Chief Executive Officer, cut the ribbon of the renamed "Erich Reinecke Test Track," honoring the memory of the company's late Vice President for Group Engineering, Erich Reinecke, who pioneered a multitude of electronic control systems for commercial vehicles during his 38 years at WABCO.
Reinecke & Daily announced today that one of the nation's largest private nursing home providers will be tried for punitive damages in an elder abuse lawsuit involving its Laguna Hills rehabilitation facility's treatment of a 79-year-old woman who was left outside in 100-degree sun for several hours.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- John ("Jack") Reinecke Thorne, the David T.
We are committed to help them achieve their mission to capitalize on the emerging technologies that will ensure that the best products are available to support the Objective Force and beyond," said Mike Flynn, President & CEO of Barnes & Reinecke, Inc.
As the prime contractor and M109 Original Equipment Manufacturer, United Defense has teamed with Barnes & Reinecke, Inc.
After visiting the prospect area last month, it was good to note that much of the terrain is favorable for future seismic acquisition and the construction of drill sites," said COO Kurt Reinecke.
There is already concern that availability of waste com, which comprises more than 95% of daily food intake by cranes in the Platte River Valley (USFWS 1981, Reinecke and Krapu 1986), is declining as agricultural practices change (Krapu et al.