Clevenger

Cle·ven·ger

(klev'ĕn-jĕr),
Shobal V., U.S. neurologist, 1843-1920. See: Clevenger fissure.
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Tim Clevenger, who most recently worked as vice president of marketing and brand management for the Pap Group of Eugene, will begin his new job as the university's chief alumni relations officer on May 31.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of Machinery And Equipment for Pharmacy Labs : 1) Sieve Shaker; 2) Digital Pyrogen testing thermometer; 3) Tablet Dissolution rate test equipment; 4) Hand grinding mill (steel); 5) Sterility testing equipment; 6) Clevenger apparatus; Digital Flame photometer; 8) Portable incinerator; 9) Bottle Filling Machine; 10) Fixed Volume Fully Autoclavable Micropipette vol.
Brad Clevenger, Executive Vice President and General Manager of EMCORE s Photovoltaics Division stated: This agreement with Lockheed Martin is one of the most significant contract awards in EMCORE s recent history and results from many years of productive collaboration between our two companies.
The only person to speak Tuesday in favor of the renaming was Pap family spokesman Tim Clevenger, who began by slapping for emphasis a folder filled with letters of support on a table.
The project team also includes Sitts and Hill Engineers, PCS Structural Solutions, BCE Engineers, Weisman Design Group, and Clevenger Associates.
April 10 at First Christian Church in Springfield for Max Earl Clevenger of Eugene, who died March 27 of cancer.