Nigerian Breweries Plc ( 2014 Annual Report

first_imgNigerian Breweries Plc ( listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Beverages sector has released it’s 2014 annual report.For more information about Nigerian Breweries Plc ( reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Nigerian Breweries Plc ( company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Nigerian Breweries Plc (  2014 annual report.Company ProfileNigerian Breweries Plc is the largest brewing company in Nigeria producing the nation’s favourite brew, STAR. The company boasts one of the most modern brew houses in the country producing a popular range of lager, stout, malt drinks, ready-to-drink beverages, cider, carbonated soft drinks and energy drinks for local consumption and for export. Lager brands include STAR, Heineken, Gulder, Goldber, “33 Export”, Life, More and Stella; the stout brand is Legend; the malt brand is Amstel Malta; the ready-to-drink brand is Ace Passion; the cider brand is Strongbow Apple Cider; the soft drink brand is fayrouz and the energy drink brand is Climax. Nigerian Breweries Plc has 11 breweries, 2 malting plants and 26 sales depots; enjoys a growing export market; and offers sales and logistic and marketing support to merchants and vendors. Brands in the product portfolio are available in 13 countries including the United Kingdom, South Africa, the United States and various countries in Middle-East and West Company. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Nigerian Breweries Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

Wales centre Nick Tompkins: “It’s the best decision I’ve ever made”

first_imgThe other off-field challenge has been all the extra attention, whether it be in mainstream media or social networking sites. The bigger the stage, the bigger the hype, so he’s had to learn how to deal with it all. In that regard, coming into the environment at 25 helps.Being at a club like Saracens, he’s seen many of his peers advance to international level while he’s had to wait – impatiently at times! – for a call-up. Yet an increased level of maturity has ensured he made a smooth transition when taking that step.“I wasn’t ready back then. I wasn’t ready mentally and I maybe wasn’t ready physically. Every path is different. I’m the same age as Maro Itoje and looking at his success, I was thinking, ‘Why am I not making it?’ I started doubting myself.“Looking back on those years from 22 to 24, it helped me immeasurably. I was blaming other factors and other people, so I stopped doing that and put the onus on what I was doing. I took control, focused on myself and changed my life.“I realised I couldn’t go on four-week holidays and not do anything! I worked a lot harder on my fitness. I got two proper pre-seasons under my belt and feel that’s the foundation for me getting fitter and stronger. I think things like that have been the biggest difference.“Now I’m trying to enjoy every second of it (playing for Wales). It’s been brilliant, amazing. I’ve been fortunate to play in Champions Cup games and finals at Saracens where the standard is not far away from Test quality; it’s the pressure that’s so much more.“The big learning for me is how much noise there is off the pitch – it’s ten times higher than a club game. I feel a lot more pressure to play well. Every little mistake is magnified and it’s hard not to dwell on that but I’ve got to get the next action in. I can’t let moments like the intercept pass (against France) define me; that’s not who I am and I’ve got to bounce back if I want to be the best.”Silver service: Nick Tompkins lifts the Gallagher Premiership trophy last year (Getty Images)Tompkins may have made errors in the Six Nations matches that were played – and it’s always harder when you’re compared to someone of such class as Jonathan Davies, for so long a fixture in the No 13 shirt – but he remained one of Wales’ most impressive performers as the team got to grips with a more attack-orientated style implemented by Pivac and Stephen Jones.He embraced that willingness to keep ball in hand and was one of the big running threats in the championship, ranking third for carries (43) and metres (296) of all players. He also has a knack for taking the ball into contact and emerging still in possession; some have described it as him being wriggly, he puts it down to his “fight”.When we next get to see Tompkins showing his wares on a rugby field is up in the air due to the widespread postponements. What is expected is for him to join Cardiff Blues on a loan deal next season – one of several such agreements following Saracens’ relegation to the Greene King IPA Championship for salary cap breaches.For all the highs of starting his international career, there are the lows of the club’s situation. “My overriding feeling is genuine sadness. Sadness that this group will probably split up and I won’t be able to play with these guys again; for some lads this will probably be their last year and this is how it’s ended.“It frustrates me that people still believe the only reason we won is because of money; you still need collectiveness, you still need love, you still have to put it all in. I get why people are angry, but it’s not just about money otherwise French teams would be running riot.”This Saracens journey may be coming to an end but his Wales one is just beginning. Midfield competition will increase when Davies returns from injury but Tompkins has already done enough to ensure he’s in the selection mix. Expect to see more of his exuberance on the pitch once play resumes. Wales centre Nick Tompkins: “It’s the best decision I’ve ever made”Nick Tompkins is as much a bundle of energy off the field as he is on it. The speed with which he talks is reminiscent of the turn of pace he demonstrates when exploiting a gap in the defensive line; his enthusiasm is as evident in conversation as when celebrating a try. There’s a real exuberance to all he does.We opt for an elbow bump as a greeting in these times of coronavirus and decide to kick things off with his verdict on that try. It’s a few days after Wales’ 33-30 defeat by England at Twickenham when Tompkins launched the length-of-the-field move from the second-half kick-off that resulted in Justin Tipuric crossing the whitewash.It’s been described as one of the great Six Nations tries, but the score at the forefront of Tompkins’s mind is the one he touched down against Italy on his Wales debut. “I saw the gap and was screaming at Dan (Biggar) to give me the ball as soon as possible because I thought the gap would close,” says the 25-year-old.“It was still there and I just went for it; the rest is history. The feeling going over was amazing – you never get that kind of thing back – and the lads have got into me about the celebration. A double fist pump!”So what of the incredible try against England? He’s watched it back a few times. Elliot Daly over-chases, allowing Tompkins to run clear, then he fixes another Saracens team-mate, George Kruis, before passing to Josh Navidi – “I did think, ‘What if I dummy and go myself?’ because it was George!”.The pass was the right option and he kept in support to get the ball back and ship it on to Tomos Williams before being tackled by Manu Tuilagi. He recovered from that hit in time to see Tipuric finish things off.Reflecting now, he says it was all done in the moment, on instinct. What took a little longer was opting to play for Wales. He represented England U20 and Saxons but was never ‘captured’, meaning he was still eligible for Wales through his grandmother.Saracens coach Alex Sanderson suggested recently that Tompkins had been overlooked by England because he was adjudged to be too small for Test level, but that was the first Tompkins himself had heard of it.He had a great experience with the Saxons in South Africa in 2016, under coaches Ali Hepher and Alan Dickens, but there had been no communication over the years from Eddie Jones or the England coaches.In contrast, he first had conversations with the Welsh set-up last season, while Warren Gatland was at the helm. Things intensified when Wayne Pivac took the reins post-World Cup and he was named in the Six Nations squad after opting for the feathers rather than the rose.On the ball: Nick Tompkins passes against England in the Six Nations(Getty Images)“It was a year in the making,” he says. “It was a huge decision because it could affect me moving away and it was a big challenge, but it’s turned out to be the best decision I’ve ever made.“I was talking to friends and family, and they all had different views. Some said I should wait (for England) and then lots said it was an opportunity too good to pass up. I ended up agreeing with that.“I went to a couple of Saracens team-mates for advice and they couldn’t be more excited for me. Alex Goode has been a really good sounding board and he said, ‘Don’t even hesitate – it’s a great opportunity, do it’. The coaches at Saracens were really positive about it as well. That really helped my decision.”He admits to being a little nervous coming into camp as an “outsider” but the warm welcome put him at ease, plus he had Saracens team-mates Liam Williams and Rhys Carré to help him settle in. Alun Wyn Jones’s faux pas in calling him ‘Neil’ when talking to Owen Farrell at the Six Nations launch ensured he was quick to receive a nickname too.Then there was his work on the anthem. He has a lot of Welsh cousins – he talks of fond memories of going to Llandudno Pier with gran Enid – and they gave him a phonetic version to help. “It took me an hour a day for two weeks to learn it and I was still terrible, so I got some pointers off Ken (Owens). I couldn’t come in and not have learnt it.” LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Nick Tompkins has no regrets about opting for Wales instead of England. Here the Saracens centre opens up on an eventful seasoncenter_img Debut delight: Nick Tompkins celebrates his try against Italy (Getty Images) This article originally appeared in the May 2020 edition of Rugby World magazine. Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.last_img read more

Diocese of Chicago and Episcopal Church reach settlement with ACNA…

first_img The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago and The Episcopal Church have reached a settlement with the Diocese of Quincy in the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) and 15 parishes and missions in that diocese over real property, other assets and church records that were part of the former Episcopal Diocese of Quincy and The Episcopal Church in 2008.The settlement, the terms of which are confidential, includes property at issue in a suit filed in 2013 in a circuit court in Peoria.“I give thanks for your perseverance and courage through the past eleven years, and I am grateful that this settlement will benefit God’s mission in the Peoria Deanery for many years to come,” Bishop Jeffrey D. Lee of Chicago wrote in a letter to the people of the deanery. “Participating in your ministry has been one of the great joys of my time as bishop of Chicago, and I continue to rejoice at your commitment to our beloved Episcopal Church and the communities and people you serve,” added Lee, who will retire in August.The congregations of St. James, Griggsville; St. James, Lewistown; the Episcopal Church of St. George, Macomb; and All Saints, Rock Island will benefit from the settlement funds, Lee said.  Other funds recovered in the settlement will be held in the endowments of the Diocese of Chicago for the benefit of the Peoria Deanery.With this settlement, the Diocese of Chicago has two remaining legal matters with congregations in the ACNA Diocese of Quincy. Those concern the property and assets of Grace Episcopal Church in Galesburg and Christ Church in Moline, whose Episcopal congregation is now part of All Saints, Rock Island.“We hope that these ongoing proceedings will also conclude by bringing us to a place of reconciliation and mutual respect in Christ,” Lee said.A majority of the clergy and members of the former Episcopal Diocese of Quincy voted to leave The Episcopal Church in November 2008 over issues including the church’s decision to include gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender members more fully in its life and ministry. The remaining members of the continuing Episcopal Diocese of Quincy reunited with the Diocese of Chicago in September 2013 and form its Peoria Deanery.The Episcopal Diocese of Chicago includes more than 34,000 Episcopalians in congregations and chaplaincies across northern and west central Illinois. The Episcopal Bishop of Chicago is the Rt. Rev. Jeffrey D. Lee. To learn more, visit Diocese of Chicago and Episcopal Church reach settlement with ACNA Diocese of Quincy Director of Music Morristown, NJ Tags AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI Press Release Service An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Knoxville, TN Rector Smithfield, NC Featured Jobs & Calls Featured Events Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Submit a Job Listing Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Submit an Event Listing Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Submit a Press Release Rector Albany, NY Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Course Director Jerusalem, Israel The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Episcopal Diocese of ChicagoPosted Feb 4, 2020 Rector Collierville, TN Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Rector Pittsburgh, PA Curate Diocese of Nebraska center_img Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Associate Rector Columbus, GA Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI Rector Tampa, FL Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Back to Press Releases Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector Belleville, IL Rector Bath, NC Property Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Rector Shreveport, LA Youth Minister Lorton, VA This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET Rector Washington, DC Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Martinsville, VAlast_img read more

FTA With Panama Will Enter Into Force on Halloween

first_imgSource: NAFB News Serivce Facebook Twitter The United States Trade Representative has announced that the U.S.-Panama Trade Promotion Agreement will enter into force next week. The announcement follows completion of a thorough review by the U.S. and Panama of their respective laws and regulations related to the implementation of the agreement. USTR Ron Kirk says Panama – under this comprehensive agreement – will eliminate tariffs and other barriers to U.S. exports. He says this will promote economic growth and expand trade between the two nations. Kirk adds that Panama is one of the fastest growing economies in Latin America – expanding 10.6-percent in 2011 – with forecasts of between five and eight-percent annual growth through 2017. He says that adds up to support for more well-paying jobs across the U.S.U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack says Panama is an important market for America’s farmers and ranchers. The U.S. exported more than 504-million dollars of agricultural products to the country in 2011. After entry into force of the agreement on October 31st – Vilsack says nearly half of U.S. exports of agricultural commodities to Panama will immediately become duty-free – including wheat, barley, soybeans, high-quality beef, bacon and almost all fruit and vegetable products. Most of the remaining tariffs will be eliminated within 15 years.NCBA Encouraged by News on Panama FTAThe National Cattlemen’s Beef Association is greatly encouraged by the news that the U.S.-Panama free trade agreement will enter into force next Wednesday (October 31). NCBA Vice President Bob McCan says the cattle industry has been waiting on implementation of this agreement for a long time – and is looking forward to the increased trade opportunities with Panama. McCan notes the agreement immediately eliminates the 30-percent tariff on prime and choice beef cuts. All other duties will be phased out over the next 15 years. Panama also modified its import requirements related to BSE to be consistent with international standards. McCan says implementation of the agreement is a positive step forward for American cattlemen and women – as it provides U.S. ranchers access to a valuable market. He says that’s one reason NCBA has been an outspoken supporter of the Panama agreement and others like it. He says they not only increase market access – but provide stable export markets based on internationally recognized scientific standards. Facebook Twitter FTA With Panama Will Enter Into Force on Halloween By Gary Truitt – Oct 22, 2012 center_img SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News FTA With Panama Will Enter Into Force on Halloween SHARE Previous articleShowcasing 100% Biodiesel to Tractor PullersNext articleFridays Cattle on Feed Report Sets Record, Impacts Prices Gary Truittlast_img read more

Sweden drinks a toast to Limerick’s Sinead MacCurtain

first_imgEmail A LIMERICK lady who secured a role as an ambassador for the Jameson brand in Sweden, has encouraged other graduates to put themselves out there and apply for programmes. Sinead MacCurtain, from O’Connell Avenue, studied Marketing at Limerick Institute of Technology, before going on to complete a masters in International Management at the University of Limerick. The 24-year-old grew up in retail, with her family running O’Sullivan’s shoes on Sarsfield Street, and was eager to follow the business path herself.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Having graduated in January, Sinead applied for the Jameson graduate programme  during her masters, and after a successful interview process, secured a position  as a Jameson ambassador in Sweden, where she is currently in the first of a three year project.“I had to prioritise my time because I was so busy with the masters, but I made the time to do exams, projects, and apply for the position and carry out interviews,” Sinead told the Limerick Post.“My background is in business because my mom owned O’Sullivan shoes and I worked there from an early age”.As part of her application for the Jameson position, Sinead had to prepare a presentation, and chose Limerick as its subject.“I wanted people to see the positive sides of Limerick, all the events and great locations.“I see myself as an ambassador for Limerick, and want to promote the area”.Sinead is now based in Stockholm and says she is the only Limerick person to have successfully completed the application process.“There are so many ways to find out about programmes like this, and I want to encourage others to apply, because even if they aren’t successful, they’ll get great experience in the process.“I was the only person in my masters to apply and I heard about it at the Career Open Day, but students can find out about these things really easily at career days or on the internet.“I was really encouraged to try for the position by my friends and family”.Among the skills Sinead is honing on the programme are budgeting, developing campaigns and learning about the restrictions or opportunities with different markets.“It’s a fantastic opportunity to learn and to travel, while getting paid.“I’ve also had the opportunity to promote myself and Limerick in interviews with magazines in Sweden”.She advised students to put themselves out there and apply for programmes, and to believe that they can be successful. WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsSweden drinks a toast to Limerick’s Sinead MacCurtainBy admin – August 8, 2011 1055 Twitter Facebookcenter_img Advertisement Linkedin Print Previous articleTeenagers leave trail of destruction after a drunken farmland rampageNext articleBehan still seeks promotion adminlast_img read more

Councillor welcomes Tesco planning refusal

first_img Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Councillor welcomes Tesco planning refusal Pinterest Newsx Adverts Twitter Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – July 8, 2010 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week Facebookcenter_img WhatsApp Three factors driving Donegal housing market – Robinson Previous articleUdaras elections delayed for two yearsNext articleChildren as young as 12 and 13 drunk on Derrys streets at weekends News Highland LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton NPHET ‘positive’ on easing restrictions – Donnelly Twitter There has been a warm welcome of the decision by An Bord Pleanala to refuse Tesco Ireland permission to build a new access road from its Letterkenny store onto the Port Road.Tesco had lodged a second appeal to the board to allow a second access road from the Letterkenny Shopping Centre but it was turned down primarily on the grounds it would cause traffic disruption.Councillor Dessie Larkin has been one of the strongest objectors to the proposals – he hopes that Tesco will now look at other options available to it: Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Google+ WhatsApplast_img read more

Northern Colorado Snaps SUU’s 4-game winning streak in Big Sky Play

first_imgJanuary 25, 2019 /Sports News – Local Northern Colorado Snaps SUU’s 4-game winning streak in Big Sky Play Brandon Better ensued in his recent hot streak for the Thunderbirds, posting 22 points in defeat for SUU. FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailGREELEY, Colo.-Jordan Davis posted 36 points and 6 rebounds on 14 of 17 shooting as the Northern Colorado Bears bested Southern Utah 79-68 in Big Sky Conference men’s basketball action Thursday at the Bank of Colorado Arena. Davis, a senior out of Las Vegas, also made 3 of 4 from range to help the Bears shoot 51 percent (26 of 51) for the game as they snapped the Thunderbirds’ 4-game winning streak. Written by Tags: Bank of Colorado Arena/Brandon Better/Flagstaff Arizona/Jordan Davis/Northern Colorado/SUU Men’s Basketball/Walkup Skydome The win kept the Bears within striking distance of first-place Weber State, as they improved to 7-2 in Big Sky play and 13-7 overall. SUU fell to 9-8 overall and 4-4 in Big Sky play. The Thunderbirds are next in action Saturday Monday at Northern Arizona for a 12:00 pm tip-off at the Walkup Skydome at Flagstaff, Ariz. Brad Jameslast_img read more

UK: Joint Helicopter Operations on Cougar 13 Exercise

first_img October 24, 2013 View post tag: UK Army Apache helicopters have joined Navy Sea King, Merlin and Lynx helicopters on board HMS Illustrious for two weeks in the Gulf as part of the ongoing Cougar 13 deployment.The Apache helicopters from 656 Squadron 4 Regiment Army Air Corps joined Illustrious in the waters off the United Arab Emirates as she took part in Exercise Sea Khanjar before then returning to the UK. This is the first time UK Apache helicopters have operated in the Gulf.During the Libya conflict in 2011 Apaches flew from the deck of HMS Ocean making repeated strikes against Col Gaddafi’s forces.Currently Britain’s helicopter gunship – in just 14 months’ time Apaches will be joined on the front line by Wildcat, which is entering service with the Fleet Air Arm at Yeovilton.The Apaches, personnel and equipment of 656 Squadron arrived on Illustrious to augment the existing air group, demonstrating how well the Army Air Corps is starting to integrate with navy warships and squadrons – a role that will need to be developed further, especially as the new aircraft carriers come into operation.Within two days of their arrival the Apaches were ready for their first operational sortie alongside the ship’s Sea King, Merlin and Lynx helicopters.Officer Commanding 656 Squadron, Major Piers Lewis, said,“The Royal Navy have been very patient with us learning their way of business. Together, we have proved the superb capability the Apache can deliver when working with the ship, its air surveillance helicopters and the Army and Navy Lynx aircraft.“I can only imagine what could be achieved when Apache operates with the new Wildcat helicopter and HMS Queen Elizabeth.”The Cougar 13 deployment departed the UK in August and operates in the Mediterranean, Red Sea, the Gulf, and Horn of Africa.It involves exercising with partner nations, and demonstrating the UK Armed Forces’ capacity to project an effective maritime component anywhere in the world as part of the Royal Navy’s Response Force Task Group, commanded by Commodore Paddy McAlpine OBE ADC Royal Navy.The RFTG is the United Kingdom’s high readiness maritime force, comprising Royal Navy ships, submarines, aircraft and a landing force of Royal Marines, at short notice to act in response to any contingency tasking if required.[mappress]Press Release, October 24, 2013; Image: Navy View post tag: Exercise View post tag: Joint Training & Education View post tag: 13 View post tag: Cougar View post tag: Operations View post tag: Helicopter Back to overview,Home naval-today UK: Joint Helicopter Operations on Cougar 13 Exercise UK: Joint Helicopter Operations on Cougar 13 Exercise Share this articlelast_img read more

US Navy SEAL Dies during Training Operations

first_img June 25, 2014 View post tag: dies Authorities View post tag: americas View post tag: seal View post tag: Operations “The training SEALs go through is inherently high-risk,” said Cmdr. Christian A. Dunbar, Naval Special Warfare Group One’s chief staff officer. “Bradley was a warrior who selflessly answered his nation’s call to defend freedom and protect us.”Cavner enlisted in the Navy February 3, 2003 and graduated from boot camp at Recruit Training Command in Great Lakes, Illinois, in April 2003. In July 2004, Cavner completed Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL and SEAL Qualification training in Coronado with class 247. He has served with West Coast-based SEAL units since August 2004.His awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal with Combat “V”, Navy/Marine Corps Commendation Medal with Combat “V”, Army Commendation Medal, Joint Service Achievement Medal, Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal (2), Combat Action Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct Medal (3), National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Iraq Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (3), Navy/Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon and the NATO Medal.An investigation is being conducted to determine the cause of the accident.[mappress]Press Release, June 25, 2014; Image: US Navy View post tag: US Navy View post tag: during View post tag: Navalcenter_img View post tag: Parachute Chief Special Warfare Operator Bradley S. Cavner, 31, of Coronado, California, died from injuries sustained during an accident while conducting parachute jump training operations in El Centro, California, June 23. Back to overview,Home naval-today US Navy SEAL Dies during Training Operations View post tag: Navy View post tag: Training View post tag: News by topic US Navy SEAL Dies during Training Operations Share this articlelast_img read more

Bamberger, SKO Merger Complete

first_imgBamberger, SKO Merger CompleteIL for www.theindianalawyer.comThe merger between Evansville-based Bamberger Foreman Oswald & Hahn LLP and Kentucky-based Stoll Keenon Ogden PLLC was completed Tuesday, one month ahead of the expected closure date.Bamberger, founded in 1959, and SKO announced the combining of their firms at the end of June. As part of the merger, Bamberger’s offices in Evansville and Indianapolis are now operating as Stoll Keenon Ogden and the Evansville attorneys will be relocating from the Hulman Building to join the SKO office in the Old National Bank headquarters.“Attorneys and staff on both sides have worked diligently to ensure we were able to conclude this in a short time, and they are to be commended,” said SKO managing director P. Douglas Barr. “The entire firm is now fully engaged in looking toward the future with expanded legal services, deep bench strength in key practice areas, and a significantly enhanced presence across Indiana to offer our clients.”Stoll Keenon Ogden traces its roots to 1897 and currently has 144 attorneys working in Louisville, Lexington and Frankfort, Kentucky, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, as well as Evansville and Indianapolis. The merger with Bamberger more than doubles SKO’s number of attorneys licensed to practice law in the Hoosier state.FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more