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Jim Zombro’s latest job experience is Vice President, Quality at National Fruit Product Company Jim Zombro’s colleagues are Jacob Ritter, Rhiannon Ellis, Agar Hakim, Matt Osaka.
Photo via OnSceneTVA pair of small brush fires briefly threatened a few homes in the Lake Murray area Wednesday before ground and airborne crews were able to subdue the flames. The non-injury blazes erupted for unknown reasons about 1:30 p.m. alongside Jackson Drive, near Hemingway Avenue and Tuxedo Road, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.
Born (1953-03-04) March 4, 1953 (age 67)Other names Kay Ann KemperOccupation Actress Years active1964–presentSpouse(s) Lens was born in Los Angeles, California to Ted Lens, an actor and producer, and Kay Miller Lens, who worked as a radio engineer and professional model. Her television debut was as a baby, held by a guest on a program that her father produced.
Lens began working as a child actress, beginning with appearances in three episodes of This Is the Life when she was 14. She went on to appear in such television shows as The Andy Griffith Show (in the episode Pie's Group (1967) under the stage name Kay Ann Keeper) as well as in stage productions.
She made a brief appearance billed as Kay Ann Keeper in American Graffiti (1973) as Jane, a girl at a dance. She achieved recognition for her title-role performance as the free spirit who captivates William Holden in Breezy, directed by Clint Eastwood.
Lens made guest appearances in The Streets of San Francisco, Gun smoke, Maneuver, Cloud, Cannon, and Petronelli, and played a lead role in the film White Line Fever (1975) before being cast in 1976 in the miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, for which she was nominated for an Emmy Award. Since the 1980s, she has played guest roles in numerous television series.
Lens was the first wife of singer-actor David Cassidy. All of a sudden I was getting mail from women telling me that they had three of his children.
^ IMDb American Graffiti, full cast and crew ^ “BREEZY (1974)”. ^ a b c Park, Jeannie; Michael Alexander (November 20, 1989).
“After Riding a Lifetime of Ups and Downs, Kay Lens Hits Her Stride with a Role in Midnight Caller”. ... David Cassidy when they married in 1977, just 2½ months after meeting on a blind date.
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Shelly Stall smith is a trends' reporter for the York Daily Record. Earlier this year, I spent a few weeks researching and writing about the San Diego Education Association, the union that represents local teachers.
I wrote about the union’s move towards a more hard-line, isolationist philosophy over the last few years, and I covered a couple of big shifts in leadership at the IDEA. San Diego Unified issued more than 1,600 layoff notices to employees in March in order to close a projected deficit of at least $80 million.
District officials say the only way to avoid those layoffs is for all employee unions to make concessions on their pay and benefit packages. A large chunk of that projected $80 million deficit is due to a pay raise currently owed to educators that the school board agreed to in 2010.
Zombro’s ouster followed the removal of IDEA Executive Director Craig Needham from his position two weeks earlier. “In some areas, the communication has opened up a little more, as people are more comfortable speaking with each other.” There are other recent signs that the union’s ready to start working with the district to find a solution to the fiscal crisis.
During two-and-a-half minutes of public comment to the San Diego Unified School District board meeting Tuesday night, IDEA President Bill Freeman used the phrase “come together” three times.