Melzar

Melzar

(mĕl`zär), in the Bible, title of the guardian of King Jehoiakim's wards.
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and Ken Hultquist, and a longtime companion of 22 years, Melzar Cole.
Wald then asked three friends and experts to review Katz's plan: Janet Schenck, director of the Neighborhood Music School (later the Manhattan School of Music) in New York and a leader of the Music Division of the National Federation of Settlements, the conductor and composer Walter Damrosch, and Melzar Chaffee, associated with the Third Street Music School Settlement.
Hesley, 12 December 1927; and letter from Melzar Chaffee to Lillian Wald and Karl D.
The developmental approach to nursing care of preterm infants provides significant benefits for the neonates and their families (Becker, Grunwald, Moorman, & Stuhr, 1991; Lawhorn & Melzar, 1988).
Melzar, partner of the law firm Clifford, Chance, Rogers &Wells, LLP, discussed the risks of global leasing and how to minimize the risks for both the lessee and lessor, ELA member Jay Gillian, vice president of Caterpillar Financial, addressed the topic of the growth of the equipment leasing industry in emerging markets.
High Honors: Megan Barnes, Sarah Becker, Colin Bennie, Zachary Berman, Rose Caplan, Alexander Cooper, Tyler Coyne, Brian Cusack, Abbey DeNorscia, Kali DiPilla, Jacqueline Galvinhill, Jennifer Hersh, Erika Hill, Rachel Keeffe, Emily Lindberg, Nathan Melzar, Stephanie Noel, Erin Sampson, Jonathan Sawin, Mya Sciabarrasi, Zoey Sloate, Elizabeth Solar, Kevin Specht, Nandini Sunil, Madeleine Welsch.
Upon his return from the service, Melzar worked 10 years for Watertown Arsenal in Massachusetts following which he worked for the Dennison Manufacturing Company in Framingham, MA as the Quality Control Supervisor.