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marchman

(ˈmɑːtʃmən)
n, pl -men
a person living on the border territories
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Mario Marchman, a 25-year veteran of the department, who oversees training for the entire force.
The nature of our business is to build and nurture relationships with those that we serve -- employees and employers of the San Joaquin Valley," said Sandra Marchman, branch manager.
Particularly, Leifman said, the merger of the Baker and Marchman acts.
Tim Jarvis, executive director of The SemiCycle Foundation, and David Marchman, manager of compensation and benefits, and Tom Lucas, international human resources manager, both of National Instruments, presented the check.
Completing the program were, from the left, Jacqueline Zahralban, who interned with Tinny Meyer & Piccarreto; Blaire Guitterrez, who interned with Judge Michael Andrews; Roger Walker II, who interned with Judge James Pierce; Chris Munoz, who interned with Kwall Showers Coleman & Barack; Vonyae Reed who interned with Pinellas County Attorney's Office; Melissa Marchman (and Dyimond Johnson not shown) who interned with the Clerk of Court's Office; Bryanna Dunne, who interned with Johnson Pope Bokor Ruppel & Burns; and Mary Ellis Glymph, who interned with the St.
San Francisco has been and continues to be the toughest case,'' said Kevin Marchman, an assistant HUD secretary who has led similar takeovers in Chicago and New Orleans and helped turn around Denver's once-ailing housing authority.
The probate division--including Baker Act, Marchman Act, and other social cases including disability, incapacity determinations, and actions related to the Adult Protective Services Act--experienced an 18 percent rise.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) when Assistant HUD Secretary Kevin Marchman took a tour of Harbor Village and presented HACLA with two checks that totaled more than $1 million earlier this year.
One of this clients is in his early 20s and fits the description of the "revolving-door patient" who has been Baker Acted and Marchman Acted for dual diagnosis of mental illness and substance abuse many, many times.
Partlow is appointed by the court on a regular basis to represent dependent children and adults in dependency, Hal Marchman, and guardianship cases.
General masters are employed by a number of courts to hear a variety of actions including; pre- and post-judgment matters in family law; mental health cases brought under the Baker Act; substance abuse cases under the Marchman Act; and various dependency proceedings.
This work could not have been done and cannot be sustained without the substantial and continued investment from the VA and HUD, said Cathryn Marchman, executive director, Partners for HOME.