Harper, William

Harper, William

(1944–  ) jeweler, metalworker; born in Bucyrus, Ohio. A professor at Florida State University: Tallahassee (1974), he is known for his innovative jewelry and metal objects using anthropological and religious imagery.
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Newcastle manager Kieran Waterson will select from: Max Metcalfe, Will Varley, Oliver Fletcher, George Riley, Zak Munir, Bobby Johnson, Oliver Mullarkey, Lucas de Bolle, Jake Scott, Alex Nicholson, James Harper, William Hodgson, Cole Cartmell, Dylan Roberts, Miles Percy and Rory Nicholson.
Bud will be greatly missed by his children, Bev (Louie) Thies, Rick (Judi), Daniel "Boomer" (Peg), David (Pam), Tom (Jody), Tim (Peg), and Dean "Farmer" (Jenny); 14 grandchildren, Samantha Thies, Andrea (Paul), Courtney, Alyson (John) Shipley, Abby (Kevin) Marshall, Amber (Andrew) Nolan, Adam, Rachel, Jacob, Mary, Erin, Jill, Danielle, and Christopher; 6 great-grandchildren, Raven, Brandon, Harper, William, Ava, and Grace; two sisters-in-law, Bonnie (the late Louis) Priwer, and Barb (Eric) Pinion; many cousins, nieces, nephews, good friends, and "son" Greg Coleman.
The cup final team will be made up of Cole Cartmell, Philip D'Agostino, James Harper, William Hodgson, Max Metcalfe, Max Miller, Zac Munir, Sam Peter, George Riley and William Varley.
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In alphabetical (not chronological) order they are Jeff Borland, Alan Boxer, Maureen Brunt, Donald Cochrane, Douglas Copland, Max Corden, John Creedy, Richard Downing, John Freebairn, Lyndhurst Giblin, John Harper, William Hearn, Ronald Henderson, Joe Isaac, Carol Johnston, Peter Lloyd, Ian MacDonald, John Nieuwenhuysen, Neville Norman, Jim Perkins, Jean Polglaze, Alan Powell, Wilfred Prest, Brian Reddaway, Sam Soper, Roy Webb, Ross Williams and Gordon Wood.
The cup final side consists of Cole Cartmell, Philip D'Agostino, James Harper, William Hodgson, Max Metcalfe, Max Miller, Zac Munir, Sam Peter, George Riley and William Varley.