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1, 2002. Net income was $188 million, or $2.34 per share, vs. $138 million, or $1.73 per share. Cohen attended the Gunnery School through his junior season and played club lacrosse for PrimeTime. He committed to Notre Dame at the end of his sophomore summer, and transferred to Darien (Conn.) for his senior season. At every stop, it seemed like his team’s defense simply played better when he was on the field..

“I knew what to expect,” Kiermaier said. “I had a 10 pitch at bat off him last night and I’ve said, guys who throw 97 100, they like throwing that. He has good off speed, too, but right there he was going to try to challenge me with a heater and that’s what I was looking ofr and I wanted to make sure I was on time with that.”.

Work on implementing additional Five Points phases continues. In May, KCDC broke ground on Phase 2, a $13 million, 84 unit affordable housing complex for families to be built at Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue and McConnell Street. He was not a bad person, just lost. Im not trying to start a fight, just peace. I hope he is at peace.

So I plan on enjoying life.”And Small deserves it. Those who know him say he has spent his lifetime with a company diligently working to ensure the store and his employees’ success.”We have had continuously achieved the company’s sales objectives and I think the most personal thing for David was teaching and promoting young people with careers in the company,” sales manager Dennis Hart said.But as much of an integral force Small has been for the company, he didn’t always think JCPenney would become something of a second home for him.Small, who moved to Glendale with his family when he was 5 and attended school in Glendale through college, originally wanted to be a certified public accountant.After a year at Glendale Community College, Small moved to Huntington Beach and started taking classes at Orange Coast College to become an accountant. But in the meantime, Small needed a part time job to fund his education.He began working at the Costa Mesa JCPenney store in 1964, and after six years, he knew he wanted to stay with the company.”I enjoyed what I was doing,” he said.