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Examples of "pankey"
In 2012 Pankey transferred to Manhattan College. He transferred from the Maryland Terrapins. Pankey was the MAAC Men's Basketball Tournament Most Valuable Player for the 2015 tournament.
Pankey has twin sons who play college football for Oregon State; Keith Pankey plays linebacker, and his brother, Kevin, is a tight end.
Pankey is now a teacher and serves as a head coach at the College of the Sequoias in Visalia, California. Pankey also helps out at football camps such as Linemen Inc.
Brian Pankey (born 1976 in Springfield, Illinois) is a juggler and entertainer who holds 2,400 records.
Pankey performed a series of three shows in 1945 to mark the opening of the United Nations Conference on International Organization. Also in 1945 Pankey performed at the Lenin Memorial Meeting at Madison Square Garden. The 1946 annual concert by The Fraternal Mandolin Symphony Orchestra of the Bronx and Brighton International Workers Organization included Pankey. He was a sponsor of the 1949 Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace in New York. Pankey taught voice in 1944 at the Metropolitan Music School in New York. The school was formed in 1935 to promote tolerance and racial unity and had a "mixed" (racially integrated) faculty and student body. Pankey performed at Town Hall in New York in 1946 and 1947.
In 2012 Pankey stated that he left University of Maryland because he wanted to aid his family.
In November 1955 (some sources give 1956) Pankey traveled to Beijing, China as a guest of the Chinese People's Association for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries to perform a series of recitals. He was the first American singer to perform in China since the establishment of The People's Republic in 1949. Pankey lived in East Germany from 1954 until his death. Earl Shorris wrote in a 1971 article in "The New York Times" that "as his ability to earn money as a singer declined" Pankey was "rumored to have maintained his standard of living by working as an agent of the state security police."
Ashton Pankey (born May 16, 1992) is an American basketball player. He was an early entrant for the 2015 NBA Draft.
Visual artists known to have received Ingram Merrill Foundation financial support include Edward Dugmore, Yvonne Jacquette, Gabriel Laderman, Eric Pankey, Jane Wilson, and Marcia Marcus.
Eric Pankey (born 1959 in Kansas City, Missouri) is an American poet and artist. He is married to the poet Jennifer Atkinson (born 1955).
Peter Gunz appears on VH1 reality series, "" since 2013. He has a son, Peter "Cory Gunz" Pankey, Jr., who is also a rapper currently signed with Young Money Entertainment, and a wife,
Susan Jane Pedersen (born October 16, 1953), also known by her married name Susan Pankey, is an American former competition swimmer, four-time Olympic medalist, and former world record-holder in two events.
Aubrey Pankey died in an automobile crash on the weekend of May 8–9, 1971, aged 65, in East Berlin. He had made over 200 appearances in 60 cities in 24 countries.
Another review in "The New York Times" by a different critic in 1947 was mixed. The reviewer wrote that Pankey was a refined and sensitive artist but that his voice was limited with a short range and grew "faint when any degree of swiftness is required." This criticism was tempered by noting Pankey sang with such tenderness, sincerity and "warmth of compassionate feeling" that "many of his selections were touching and all of them were pleasing, even though they were not tonally flawless." Again Pankey's singing of spirituals was praised the critic also noted, "he was also at home with the European art song." "The House I Live In" was described as sung with "quiet conviction and delicacy of phrasing. Paul Robeson described Pankey as, "a fine sensitive singer of wide experience, an artist of whom America can be proud."
Pankey and Kathryn Weatherly obtained a marriage license on April 27, 1945 in New Rochelle, New York. The coverage in "The Afro-American" noted that Weatherly was white and recently divorced. Pankey was also divorced, having been previously married for nine years to a French woman. Weatherly was Pankey's public relations agent. They were mentioned in articles on interracial marriage in several magazines marketed towards African-Americans in the 1950s. In 1955 she was compensated by UNESCO for having been dismissed after refusing to appear before an American Loyalty Board.
Modeled after Dave Eggers' 826 Valencia in San Francisco, StudioSTL was formed in 2005 by seven St. Louis area professionals: Pam Bliss, Elizabeth Ketcher, Cherlyn Michaels, John Pankey, Rachel Rowe, Suzie Schmidt and Erik Smetana. It is led by founding board member and current executive director Elizabeth Ketcher.
He became the First Asian and First Indian to Make and Hold 100+ World Records. He was also coined a stage/title name "Master of Cardistry" for is excellent work in making more than 800+ World Records in the field of Cardistry, by none other than the Legendary Brian Pankey.
Kneip was born on January 7, 1933, in Tyler, Minnesota, to Berniece and Frank Kneip, who lived in Elkton, South Dakota. He was of Luxembourgish ancestry. He attended South Dakota State University and St. John’s University. He served in the U.S. Air Force and then owned a wholesale dairy equipment distributorship in Salem, South Dakota. He married Nancy Lou Pankey.
In early 2015, drama teacher Scot Pankey, with a cast of students, made national and international headlines by performing a choreographed dance to the song "Uptown Funk" performed by Bruno Mars. As of February 2, 2015, the YouTube video had gone viral having amassed over 9 million views.
Irvin Lee Pankey (born February 15, 1958) is a former American football offensive lineman who played twelve seasons in the National Football League, mainly for the Los Angeles Rams. He played offensive tackle at Penn State and was a team captain in 1979. He attended Aberdeen High School in Aberdeen, Maryland.