Andy Allen went on to become one of the biggest names in UK television production; Arthur Davis
became one of the leading engineers in the United States; and John Adrian Nichol went on to join the RAF, and was shot down and famously paraded on Iraqi TV during the 1990 Gulf War.
It was her exquisite interiors by designer Arthur Davis
which gave her the "Ship Beautiful" soubriquet.
Never has it been more famous, though, than when its current owner, Arthur Davis
, purchased and reopened it in 1999.
A very special thank you is in order for our local CRSA Chapter hosts who did a great job with the new GNA Cafe feature and for the incredible event sponsors this year--Georgia Beef Board, Arthur Davis
Publishing, Georgia Regents University College of Nursing, One Lender for Life, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, University Health Care System and Gentiva.
Class of 1965: Lorraine Antil Page, James Bevis, Virginia Bickford Curry, Linda Bilodeau, Dennis Chabot, Arthur Davis
, James DeCarolis, Douglas DuVerger, Gertrude Fontaine Lescord, Judith Gagnon Fontaine, Susan Gilman, Arthur Koski, Virginia Kulkkula, John LaBrack, Carol Lemieur Weatherby, Nancy McCollum, Linda Morgan Deitchman, Janice Morse Upgard, Richard Mosher, Robert Parker, Bruce Porell, Allen Shattuck, Philip Snell, David William
This year ONA recognized: Deborah Booten-Hiser with the Excellence in Nursing for her work in creating and directing the nurse practitioner program at the University of Oklahoma; Betty Kupperschmidt with the Arthur Davis
Publishing Award; and both Barbara Clyde(posthumously) and Kay Farrell with the Nightingale Award.
capped the scoring with a one-yard touchdown run.
This course was designed by the late Arthur Davis
, who was one of the best golf course designers around, although not the most famous," continues Abdel-Ghaffar.
Since Grant's death in 1988, the University of Toronto Press has published his biography (William Christian, 1993), his Selected Letters (Christian, 1996), The George Grant Reader (Christian and Sheila Grant, editors, 1998), essays edited by Arthur Davis
called George Grant and the Subversion of Modernity in 1996, in which Forbes first writes about Strauss and Grant, and the ongoing Collected Works of George Grant also edited by Arthur Davis
beginning in 2000.
She married Arthur Davis
and the couple had a daughter, Pat, now 59.
Although they are teenagers, Kirstin and Arthur Davis
have a track record as successful detectives.
has joined the Catford training ranks as a replacement for Alison Ingram, who sends out her final runners at the track on Saturday before taking up her position at Romford, writes John Benbow.