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Jeff Keener - After Baseball
... After his baseball career ended, Jeff Keener returned to college, graduating from the University of Kentucky with a Bachelors Degree in Education, and attaining a Masters degree in Education from ... In 2003, Jeff Keener was the first baseball player inducted into the Southeastern Illinois College Hall of Fame ... After working as baseball coach and Physical Education instructor, Keener in 2008 became Principal of General John A Logan Elementary School in Murphysboro, Illinois ...
Bertram Cooper - Other Characters - Edna Keener
... Edna Keener (Patricia Bethune) is a child psychiatrist who is assigned to see Sally when her problems at home become too much for Betty to handle ... Keener suggests that Betty herself seek some psychiatric help ...
Dean Keener
... Dean Keener (born September 18, 1965) is the former head coach for the men's basketball team at James Madison University ... Keener is a 1988 graduate of Davidson College where he served as a team captain and played on Davidson 1986 NCAA Tournament team ... Keener was hired on April 1, 2004 replacing seven-year Coach Sherman Dillard ...
Hazel Keener - Silent Movie Actress
... As tribute to Miss Keener's beauty, her bust was sculpted by sculptor Finn Haaken Frolich for the Norse club ... In the 1930s, 1940s, and early 1950s Miss Keener had small parts in approximately twenty movies ... Hazel Keener died in 1979 in Pacific Grove, California, aged 74, of a heart attack ...

Famous quotes containing the word keener:

    In no other country in the world is the love of property keener or more alert than in the United States, and nowhere else does the majority display less inclination toward doctrines which in any way threaten the way property is owned.
    Alexis de Tocqueville (1805–1859)

    We look at the dance to impart the sensation of living in an affirmation of life, to energize the spectator into keener awareness of the vigor, the mystery, the humor, the variety, and the wonder of life. This is the function of the American dance.
    Martha Graham (1894–1991)

    Marriage has, for its share, usefulness, justice, honour, and constancy; a stale but more durable pleasure. Love is grounded on pleasure alone, and it is indeed more gratifying to the senses, keener and more acute; a pleasure stirred and kept alive by difficulties. There must be a sting and a smart in it. It ceases to be love if it has no shafts and no fire.
    Michel de Montaigne (1533–1592)