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Covina

(kōvē`nə), city (1990 pop. 43,207), Los Angeles co., S Calif.; inc. 1901. The area was settled in 1842, citrus crops were introduced in 1886, and the citrus industry reached its peak in the 1930s when Covina was one of the world's largest producers. Citrus fruits are still grown and processed, but a newer economic base includes the manufacture of varied products, including medical supplies and fabricated metals.
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Don Broadbent died on 5 October in Covina, California.
She gives up a chance to be a partner in a top New York law firm to follow Josh in West Covina, California, where he and his family and many Filipinos live.
As of 27 January 2016, the company operated banking offices in Santa Rosa, Temecula, Rancho Cucamonga and Covina, California.
17-017 (RFQ) soliciting submittals from qualified firms or individuals to provide necessary architectural and engineering ( A&E ) services for the construction of a transit center in West Covina, California ( Transit Center Project ).
In 2008, Carandang joined Simplicity Bank in Covina, California, serving as CFO until its merger with HomeStreet Bank in 2015.
Early Life: Timothy Francis Robbins was born in West Covina, California, on October 16, 1958.
was founded in 1953 and is based in Covina, California.
Stellar Business Bank will maintain its office in Covina, California.
She is also survived by a daughter, Kara Michelle Lindquist of Fairhaven; four sisters: Candis Hebert of Florida and New Hampshire, Cynthia Kachadoorian of Worcester, Jerrilyn McMaster of Sterling, MA and Earlyne Murray of Holden, MA; two brothers: Carl Supernor of West Covina, California and Glenn Supernor of New Bedford; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
In one of the worst recent shooting incidents, a gunman dressed as Santa Claus killed nine guests at a Christmas Eve party, before taking his own life in Covina, California.
In one of the most recent incidents, a gunman dressed as Santa Claus killed nine party guests on Christmas Eve, before taking his own life in Covina, California, a suburb of Los Angeles.
The fire created at the home in Covina, California, 25 miles from Los Angeles, severely burned Bruce Pardo, 45, pictured, and he shot himself later.