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to deliver conclusively a legal document such as a writ or summons.
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Background: Served in state government as a staff attorney for the Kentucky Health Policy Board and supervising attorney for the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights.
She has served Washington State MTA in many capacities including two terms as president.
Through his real estate career, Kevane has served on the Inclusionary Housing Working Group as a member of the City of San Diego & San Diego Housing Commission (2001-02); was on the City of San Diego's Affordable Housing Task Force, including four subcommittees (2002-03); and served as legislative chair of the San Diego County Apartment Association (2004), as well as volunteering on the association's Legislative Steering Committee since 1995.
Spies was a National Board Member from 1976-80, during which time she served as treasurer.
She has served as Regional Director and has been on the Executive Committee since 2002.
I served in uniform for 26 years, on active duty and both active and inactive (ready) reserve, and was medically retired in May 2002.
Ryan says he's served on boards for so long that he feels he has a good perspective on how a board should operate and what it should do.
He has served the division as treasurer and has also served as a member or officer for different committees such as the Finance and Budget Committee and the Scholarship Committee.
Jacobs joined the faculty of the George Washington University School of Medicine in 1976 where he achieved the rank of professor of medicine and served as chief of the division of rheumatology.
Louisiana was sold to the Americans in 1803, but the French influence has endured, served up with a little American attitude- and a whole lot of beignets.
Ask them how long they have served, their background, how much time they devote to committee service, their perspective on the key issues affecting the company and what additional resources are available to the committee.