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Examples of "dellenbach"
On February 7, 2017, Dellenbach signed a reserve/future contract with the Buccaneers.
Rudolf Dellenbach (born 20 May 1995) is a Hungarian male badminton player.
In July 2016, Dellenbach was hired as the head football coach at St. John Prep (Fla.), replacing Willie Snead.
Dellenbach was born in Salt Lake City and raised in Clinton, Utah. After high school, he served as an LDS Church missionary in West Germany for 30 months. Upon returning to the United States, Dellenbach earned a degree from the University of Utah and an MBA degree from Brigham Young University. Dellenbach became a vice president with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and later became president of the Alaska Methodist University (now Alaska Pacific University) in Anchorage. He also worked for the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, and at the Institute for Advanced Technology of Control Data Corporation in Rockville, Maryland.
In October 2007 Dellenbach was given general authority emeritus status. Since then he has served as the LDS Church's official liaison to the Salvation Army, Utah Chapter.
Dellenbach served as the head coach at Boca Raton (Fla.) High School, but resigned in May 2014 after just one season. “I’m pursuing other interests,” Dellenbach wrote in a text message. In Dellenbach’s only season as head coach, the Bobcats finished with a 4-6 record and missed the playoffs in 2013. Before arriving at Boca Raton, the 51-year-old spent two seasons at Plantation-American Heritage and won two district titles. In three seasons at Coconut Creek-North Broward Prep, Dellenbach posted a 22-11 record. He also served as an assistant offensive line coach for the Dolphins from 2003-2005.
In 1998, Dellenbach succeeded Jack H. Goaslind as the general president of the Young Men organization. Dellenbach had twice been Goaslind's second counselor (1990–91; 1997) and had twice been his first counselor (1991–92; 1997–98). He was released from this responsibility in 2001 and was succeeded by his own first counselor, F. Melvin Hammond. During his tenure as a general authority, Dellenbach served in a number of area presidencies, including Europe, based in Frankfurt, Germany, and the Pacific Islands, based in Auckland, New Zealand.
Jeffrey Alan Dellenbach (born February 14, 1963 in Wausau, Wisconsin) is a former American football center in the National Football League for the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots, Green Bay Packers, and the Philadelphia Eagles. He was a member of the Green Bay Packers when they won Super Bowl XXXI. Dellenbach played college football at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and was drafted by the Dolphins in the fourth round of the 1985 NFL Draft.
Dax Dellenbach (born April 13, 1990) is an is an American football long snapper for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Florida State.
Muller had been working to cure progeria, a genetic condition which affected his brother. Muller worked for Avalon as their top scientist but left after he failed to find a cure and his brother died. He took up new work at a free clinic. Muller tells Karas that "No one ever leaves Avalon", throwing the corporation under suspicion. Karas visits Paul Dellenbach, one of Avalon's CEOs and questions him about Ilona. On suggesting he may have been sleeping with her, Dellenbach replies "I sleep with my wife, I sleep with my secretary, I even sleep with my sister-in-law but I would never sleep with one of my researchers".
The number of Mennonites and Reformed on Climont in 1889 was 53. After over a century, three large, prominent and related families controlled the Climont community, Dellenbach (Dellembach), Bacher (Boecher, Becher, Pacher, Pêcheur) and Beller. Without attaching religious claims, they quickly tolerated mixed marriages between Anabaptists and Protestants at the level of elite farmers and proprietors. In 1790, Elisabeth, a 25-year-old Dellenbach girl, married a Protestant from Plaine, provoking the first break in the Anabaptist community's management of the former manorial lands of Villé.
From 1997 to 1998, Hammond was second counselor to Jack H. Goaslind in the Young Men General Presidency. From 1998 to 2001, he served as first counselor to general president Robert K. Dellenbach. In 2001, Hammond succeeded Dellenbach as the organization's general president. Hammond served until 2004, when he was succeeded by Charles W. Dahlquist II. Hammond was the last general authority of the church to serve as the Young Men General President. From 2005 to 2008, Hammond served as president of the Washington D.C. Temple.
Robert Kent Dellenbach (born May 10, 1937) was an American educational administrator and has been a general authority of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) since 1990. He was the eighteenth general president of the Young Men organization of the LDS Church from 1998 to 2001.
Other individual award winners included Wisconsin guard Jeff Dellenbach as the Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year, Iowa tackle Paul Hufford as the Big Ten Defensive Lineman of the Year, and Purdue's Leon Burtnett as the Big Ten Coach of the Year.
This technique was first developed by Pierre Dellenbach and colleagues in Strasbourg, France, and reported in 1984. Steptoe and Edwards used laparoscopy to recover oocytes when IVF was introduced, and laparoscopy was the major method of oocyte recovery until TVOR was introduced.
Prior to his call as a church general authority, Dellenbach was a bishop, stake president, and a regional representative of the Twelve Apostles in the church. He was the president of the Germany Düsseldorf and the Germany Munich Missions of the church. In 1990, he became a member of the Second Quorum of the Seventy. In 1992, he was transferred to the First Quorum of the Seventy.
In 1850, 12 dwellings were recorded as well as a house in the forest. The inhabitants had a modest way of life, as suggested by the timid Climont Mennonites who in no way imposed themselves in meetings of the Le Hang council. Jean Dellenbach, a Climont labourer belonging to one of the leading Anabaptist families, left the inventory of his goods with the Boersch notary on 16 February 1848. The total amounted to 223 Francs, of which the following is a part:
Wisconsin (4). The 1984 Wisconsin Badgers football team under head coach Dave McClain placed four players on the all-conference first team. The Wisconsin honorees were Offensive Lineman of the Year Jeff Dellenbach, receiver Al Toon (54 receptions for 750 yards), defensive lineman Darryl Sims, and defensive back Richard Johnson. Wisconsin running back Larry Emery was a second-team honoree and led the conference with an average of 6.2 yards per rushing attempt.
In 1990, Goaslind succeeded Vaughn J. Featherstone as general president of the Young Men. During his eight-year tenure, Goaslind had seven different men as counselors, more than any other Young Men president in history. In 1995, Goaslind was again added to the Presidency of the Seventy. He was released from the Presidency of the Seventy and from the presidency of the Young Men in 1998, when he was granted general authority emeritus status. In the leadership of the Young Men, he was succeeded by Robert K. Dellenbach, his first counselor. From 2000 to 2003, Goaslind was president of the church's Manti Utah Temple.
Karas calls on Farfella who hides Bislane from Avalon while also getting a fake passport for Ilona. However the mega-corporation's security are also closing in on the Parisian sewer where Ilona is being held captive. After a short battle, Karas is mortally wounded rescuing Ilona. However she refuses to take the fake passport to start a new life. Instead she tells Karas she wants immortality by giving her discovery to Avalon. Reluctantly Karas shoots her in the back as she walks back towards Avalon security. CEO Dellenbach watches all this happen through a live feed from one of his men's helmet camera.