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Its time for another great installment of TV Talk with R.L. Demri ... R.L. did a show while I was away... this is pre-recorded show, so please no call ins for this show...
This show is a tribute to the great Ann B. Davis, from the Brady Bunch and other great notable roles... Take a listen and tell us what you think...
Thanks very much for listening !!!
Gospel Light Minute #151
She is an American TV actress. She gained prominence for her role in the NBC situation comedy, The Bob Cummings Show, which ran from 1955–1959. She won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series twice for this role. She is perhaps best known for her role as Alice Nelson, the housekeeper in ABC's The Brady Bunch series which ran from 1969–1974. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960 and received three TV Land Awards in 2004, 2006, and 2007 for her role in The Brady Bunch series. Her TV credits include "McKeever and the Colonel", "The Love Boat", and "Something So Right" among many others. Though she never married, she continued to act in various roles including TV commercials until she died on June 1, 2014.
In an interview with the Associated Press in 1993, she said she was a born again Christian. She said, "Salvation changed my whole life for the better...I spent a lot of time giving Christian witness all over the country to church groups and stuff... Now, I know I am where the Lord wants me to be." In a 1992 interview with People Magazine, she said, "I'm convinced we all have a God-shaped space in us, and until we fill that space with God, we'll never know what it is to be whole." She spent many of her days as a volunteer for her church. Her friend Bishop William Frey said, "What you see on ‘The Brady Bunch’ was who she was. She was a very faithful Christian person.
Her name is Ann B. Davis.
Hey everyone, Mary Ann Parker is back with one of many great show on WIRN Internet Radio... She is a veteran of the First Gulf War and Survivor of Gulf War Illness and PTSD... She has many Trials and Tribulations with the VA and we would like to share these stories with us...
If you are interested in telling us about you're VA story please let us know and we will get you on a future show... Thanks very much
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Meet: AATH Ann Zuccardy & Maia Aziz
A freak accident in a German bathtub changed the way Ann Zuccardy perceived the world. With no protocol for rehab from the resulting brain injury, Ann resolved to make her own way. In the process, she created a mild traumatic brain injury support group and became an advocate for others. In her 2013 TEDx talk, How a Brain Injury Made Me Smarter, Ann redefined what being smart meant to her.
When her brain no longer allowed her to live her life and earn a living the old way, she discovered the innate qualities that keep creativity alive in all of us. Ann has used these creative insights (what she calls “the new smart”) to reinvent her career and personal life. In her 2014 TEDx talk, Ann revealed what she learned about neuroplasticity through her post-TBI trials and errors. Now, as a consultant and speaker, she helps businesses and individuals get smarter… without whacking any heads!
Tony Brown from Detroit, with the mad tunes and spins and entertainment, the way you want it. 347-205-9366 or just simmer back on medium, and get a heavy bite of these rhythm and blues and hip hop serves, nicely. Every Tuesday on the pm, enjoy Tony Brown any way you want to.
Flavors of MOTOWN, soul explosion, hip hop the true, music Motor City Style with TB, Tony Brown, baby - throwin' it down, comfort style - around the soulful world of blend on the JKN
Joanne S. Brooks, Vice President and Counsel the Surety and Fidelity Association of America
Admitted to the bar in Maryland. Graduated from American University with a BS in Urban Affairs and Administration of Justice in 1982 and the University of Maryland School of Law in 1985. Employed by Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland, which became Zurich Insurance Company, from 1985-2010, initially as a Claims Attorney in the Salvage Division to Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer of Zurich Surety. Joined Hanover Insurance Company as Chief Risk Officer in 2010. Joined The Surety and Fidelity Association of American in 2013. Also admitted in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland. Joanne has co-authored several publications for the American Bar Association and has given numerous presentations for AGC, DBIA, AMAC, COMTO, US DOT, ACCA and many other trade associations and panels.
Joanne S. Brooks, Esq.
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The Surety and Fidelity Association of America
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"We Didn't Change the Station...We Changed the Game
2 Peter 3:8
Time has not separated us from the Lord’s sacrifice for us!
But, beloved, do not forget this one thing, that with the Lord one day is a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. 2 Peter 3:8 NKJV
The Lord is telling us not to lose hope when people mock His promises. He does not want us to listen to the voice of the unbelieving multitude. He wants us to listen for His voice today!
Jesus Christ is coming soon for His beloved!
Wrestlemania 31 is in the books and it was better then most people expected. Tonight on The Wrestling Debate we will discuss Mania as well as the night after on RAW with debuts and Sheamus returning and leaving half of his hair in Ireland. I will also reveal who if anyone defeated me in our Wrestlemania challenge. If you want to talk about Mania or RAW the number to call is (323)870-4022. Come join us as we talk some wrestling and probably about Nikki's really fake rack.