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Shaf·fer

(shāf'ĕr),
A., U.S. biochemist, 1881-1960. See: Shaffer-Hartmann method.
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Shaffer was able to post 10 percent of the $100,000 bond and was released.
Prior to joining Alliant, Shaffer was vice president with a national commercial insurance and financial services company.
Shaffer, who has extensive experience servicing a range of industries, has most recently been vice president with a national commercial insurance and financial services company.
When Shaffer heard the Morgans' story and learned that they lived in Indianapolis, 225 miles away from Battle Creek, he asked Julie's father what type of pizza the couple liked.
Authorities arrested Shaffer and Coltharp in December and both were charged with kidnapping after the pair hid Coltharp's children from their mother, reported the (https://www.sltrib.com/news/2018/06/28/self-proclaimed-prophet/) Salt Lake Tribune .
By leaving the protocol, "You're just building a wall around yourself to keep advisors and assets in," explained Shaffer, who also co-founded Graystone Consulting, a unit of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, where he served as head of institutional consulting from mid-1993 to June of this year.
The pair were born in May, 1926, in Liverpool, the sons of estate agent Jacob Shaffer and Reka Fredman, and had a younger brother, Brian.
But those angry phone calls about the apartment reassignment notice were not the first time Cottle had been upset, Shaffer told police.
Shaffer's formal education was completed, he settled in Washington, D.C., where he embarked on a stellar career of outstanding patient care and commitment to education.
Stage and screen performer Matthew Shaffer presents So You Want To Be A Dancer: Practical Advice and True Stories from a Working Professional, a practical-minded guide for anyone looking to break into the creative enterprise of professional dancing.
"I'm looking forward to it this year more than any other year, with mixed feelings, of course,'' said Letterman's longtime bandleader, Paul Shaffer. "It's been incredibly meaningful for me.''