Candy Moore
American actor
Candy Moore
Candy Moore is an American actress from Maplewood, New Jersey. Moore began her career on television series such as Leave It to Beaver and Letter to Loretta. In 1962, when she was asked to play the role of Lucille Ball's daughter, Chris Carmichael on The Lucy Show, she could not resist. Moore remained a regular on The Lucy Show through the end of the 1964-65 season (after which the show's premise was retooled and most of the supporting cast was written out).
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Farewell, Andy
Livermore Patch - almost 5 years
The Livermore Police Officers Association posted the following news on their Facebook page: Farewell to K-9 Officer "Andy" Unfortunately we lost a member of our team this week. "Andy" went on to a better place where he is no longer in any discomfort from his kidney affliction. "Andy" served as a K-9 for the Livermore Police Department under his handler, Officer Cindy Moore. Officer Moore and K-9 "Andy" were paired up together for 8 years on patrol. He retired several years ago and got to live his last few years at home with Officer Moore. "Andy" was nearly 13 years old when he passed. Congratulations to "Andy" for his many years of dedicated service to the men and women of the Livermore Police Department and the citizens of the City of Livermore. —Livermore Police Officers Association
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The man with a mill and a mission - Washington Post
Google News - almost 6 years
Family members, including granddaughter Candy Moore, right, great-grandson Xander Moore, center, and grandson, Keith, left, visit with Moore during the day. Keith works as an electrician at the plant. Moore loads bags along with employee Sergey Krasnyy
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Upstate colleges set graduation schedules - Greenville News
Google News - almost 6 years
The speaker will be Candy Moore, a 1993 Converse graduate and a senior vice president and community development manager in Atlanta, named one of Atlanta's 100 Most Influential African-American Women and one of Atlanta's 100 Top Black Women of Influence
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4/18 Peach Buzz: Local notables team up for financial-aid fundraiser - Access Atlanta
Google News - almost 6 years
The host committee includes Sherri and Glenn Austin, Cindy Berwick, Meredith Hodges, Robin Holland, Lane and Clark Howard, Art and Lisa Martinez, Candy Moore, Sandra Morelli, Lee and Joe Oesterling, Helen Smith Price, Louise Scott and Belinda
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Hoteliers and Bias
NYTimes - almost 15 years
To the Editor: Re ''When Origin Becomes a Competitive Issue'' (news article, May 11): Since its inception, the Asian American Hotel Owners Association has been fighting discrimination in many forms from a small sector of competitor hotel owners and managers. In your article, Candy Moore, a motel manager in Winslow, Ariz., who put up an
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When Origin Becomes a Competitive Issue
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Navin Bhatt goes by the name Nick because it sounds more American. The short version of Nick Bhatt's American life goes like this: He saved some money -- not a lot of money -- and bought a motel. If you want to buy a motel, he says, remember this simple rule of thumb: The smaller your pile of money, the smaller your motel, the smaller the town.
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