Hucker

Huck·er

(hŭk'ĕr),
G. J., U.S. reearcher, b. 1893. See: Hucker-Conn stain.
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Augustana senior Kyle Hucker (Wauconda) was named to the All-Midwest Region team by the United States Track & Field/Cross County Coaches Association.
Southeastern Grocers LLC found a new president and chief executive officer in 2017, promoting Anthony Hucker to the corner office after the previous occupant, Ian McLeod, took a job in Hong Kong.
Speaking more broadly, this relationship illustrates our continued interest to develop a neutral global network of leading fintech hubs so that each can develop their competitive advantages while the global ecosystem expands," said John Hucker, CFA, President of SFTA.
Simon Hucker, a specialist at Sotheby's, said: "For many it may come as a surprise that Cilla owned and cherished works by Lowry but then why wouldn't she?
He takes over from Mark Hucker who is leaving the bank to pursue other opportunities.
Nawaz Ahmed, 35, of Hucker Road, Pleck, is also accused of three counts of sexual activity with a child and taking an indecent image of a child in 2014.
QPR keeper Peter Hucker is beaten by Newcastle's Neil McDonald back in 1984
His ability to deal with complex situations in the challenging environments in which we operate will add significant strength to our leadership team, said Mark Hucker, CEO of the Offshore Group.
In came Peter Hucker, Brian Talbot and Kenny Swain as Albion somehow survived the drop.
Identified by Angela Fields, Paris, Missouri; John Wilding; Larry Whitesell; DJ Hucker, Hopkinton, Iowa; Bill Bracy; Gary Studebaker; Joseph Kuepfer, Milverton, Ontario, Canada; Dick Kates; Urias Schrock; L.
Fortin Hucker and her husband, Tom, of Silver Spring, Md.
Duncan Hall, Commonwealth: A History of the British Commonwealth of Nations (London: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, 1971), 123; Jacqueline Hucker, "'Battle and Burial': Recapturing the Cultural Meaning of Canada's National Memorial on Vimy Ridge," The Public Historian 31, no.