Jeff Lester
American actor
Jeff Lester
Jeff Lester is an American actor known for his various television appearances. Among his many performances, Lester played Raymond in a Seinfeld episode called "The Note". Lester played a masseur in the episode who apparently made George Costanza's penis move during a massage he gave him. George becomes frantic that he may be gay. Lester was also in Baywatch episodes, Growing Pains, Star Trek and Lou Grant. He is known for his tall, muscular composure and blonde hair.
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Des Moines to petition franchise fee case to U.S. Supreme Court
Des Moines Register - over 4 years
The city of Des Moines plans to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to review an order requiring the city to repay up to $40 million in illegal taxes. The Iowa Supreme Court in March ruled the city must pay back millions from a once-illegal franchise fee it added onto MidAmerican Energy bills. City Attorney Jeff Lester [...]
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Update: Des Moines expands moratorium, says no to booze at Walgreens
Des Moines Register - almost 5 years
Updated 5:45 p.m. The city of Des Moines tightened its control over business’ ability to sell alcohol Monday night, extending a temporary ban on new liquor licenses to include stores as small as a gas station and as large as a grocery store. The City Council voted to re-arrange its meeting agenda in order to pass a moratorium extension before the applications for 10 Des Moines Walgreens stores ever came to a vote. The move expands the breadth of businesses that fall under the moratorium from those as large as 10,000 square feet to those as large as 40,000 square feet, said City Attorney Jeff Lester. Look for a full update later tonight on DesMoinesRegister.com. Previously posted: Ten Walgreens stores seeking to sell hard liquor in Des Moines don’t fall under the city’s temporary ban on liquor licenses, an issue the city council hopes to address at tonight’s meeting. Each of the pharmacies technically qualifies as a “general retail or food store,” not as the liquor stores ...
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Des Moines councilman to decry gender inequality on city boards
Des Moines Register - almost 5 years
Des Moines City Councilman Skip Moore plans to talk at tonight’s council meeting on a proposal to require all city boards and commissions to be gender balanced, an idea that came after Moore addressed a branch of the American Association of University Women on Saturday. Moore said one of the group’s goals is to see gender balance on government bodies. “We talked about that during my welcome and I just thought it would only be appropriate that we should be considering that,” he told the Des Moines Register. “Why would it be just for the ones mandated by law?” As of January 1, Iowa code requires such state-required boards at state, county and city consist of equally-numbered male and female members, plus or minus one for odd-numbered bodies. Also on tonight’s City Council agenda are two recommended appointments on city boards. One, from Councilwoman Christine Hensley, would appoint developer Jake Christensen as the fifth male the seven-member Zoning Board of Adjustments, a seven- ...
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New measures to limit Des Moines liquor licenses are approved
Des Moines Register - almost 5 years
Des Moines City Council members spent about half of their Monday meeting addressing what’s been a high priority for them: the increase of liquor licenses in the city. Among several impassioned monologues from members decrying liquor-related problems in Des Moines, the council voted to impose a temporary moratorium on Class E liquor licenses, further regulate where such permits may be held, and deny a license renewal for controversial store near East High School. “It only takes one issue like this to bring down a neighborhood,” said Councilwoman Christine Hensley. “And citizens feel that we’re the ones that are responsible and we can made the decisions, when our hands are tied and they’re made up at the state. And I’m not going to sit back and be quiet about it.” Class E liquor licenses are issued generally to grocery, liquor and convenience stores. Iowa law reserves most power over the issuing of such licenses to the state. The Des Moines City Council teamed up with state Sen ...
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Team adds 7 true freshmen - Daily Eastern News
Google News - over 5 years
Other freshmen include Joe Calio of Mattoon, Victor Delatorre of Lake Zurich, Max Gassmann of Olney, Laramie Immel of Carmi, Jeff Lester of Downers Grove and Bruyn Yunk of Belvidere. After sitting out last season, red-shirt sophomore William Roth is
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Educators learn to help families help themselves - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Jeff Lester may be among those who take one or two families, in addition to his role as a Mary Hogan Elementary School counselor. “It's kind of exciting to see what could happen,” said Lester, after the first morning of the training session
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Business spotlight - Jackson Sun
Google News - over 5 years
Darron Billings, Jeff Lester, Frank McMeen, Trey Rabon and Teresa Sanders, all of Madison County, recently were honored for completing the WestStar Leadership Program sponsored by the University of Tennessee at Martin. In its 22nd year,
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Pharmacy Chain to Campaign for ALS Research Money - OzarksFirst.com
Google News - over 5 years
Springfield resident Jeff Lester suffers from ALS and has battled the disease for 18 years. Lester is a strong voice for ALS in our local community and is joining with CVS to talk with people about his battle. ALS effects the brain and stops the
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Business People - Herald Times Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
TWO RIVERS — Jeff Lester's State Farm Insurance Agency has received recognition for being the No. 1 new auto insurance producer in Wisconsin during the company's first-quarter auto insurance promotion. His agency was third in a multi-state Midwest
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Chuck Season Finale: A Wedding, A New Baddie and a New Intersect - Gather.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Jeff, Lester and Big Mike are scared to death for their jobs, but Chuck isn't worried. It seems the wedding gift the Volkoffs left for them was the entire Volkoff portfolio, $877 million, to be exact. It seems that the newlyweds are now the proud
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A New Motoring Solution Launches in the South - PRLog.Org (press release)
Google News - almost 6 years
The VS Club has been nearly a year in the making, and is the brain child of local business entrepreneur Jeff Lester. Now in the process of being launched across Dorset and the UK, Jeff and his team are extremely proud as to not only launch the company
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Out of the Ashes, Good-Neighborliness Rises
NYTimes - almost 18 years
JEAN FIELD said she was awakened by the screams and the agonized cries for help, then went outside her Huntington Station home and confronted a harrowing scene: dozens of people fleeing a burning apartment house directly across the street. She called 911, but in the early minutes of the disaster she could do little more than stand with others who
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Fire in a Crowded Home of Immigrants Kills 3 and Injures 16 on L.I.
NYTimes - almost 18 years
A roaring fire that may have been touched off by gas fumes engulfed a one-family house crowded with 33 Salvadoran immigrants in Huntington Station, N.Y., early yesterday, killing 3 people, including a mother and daughter, and leaving 16 injured and 30 survivors homeless, Suffolk County officials said. The cause of the fire was undetermined, but a
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TELEVISION; WHY 'ONCE A HERO' IS NO MORE
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: DUSTY KAY COULDN'T EVEN produce an ashtray. ''I don't have a thing left here except this can of Hawaiian Punch,'' the television producer said with a scowl, surveying his large, virtually barren corner office for a place to discard his cigarette. He found only packing cartons. DUSTY KAY COULDN'T EVEN produce an ashtray. ''I don't have a thing
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TV Weekend; 'Once a Hero,' on ABC
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: MAKING its debut on ABC tomorrow evening at 8, a new series, ''Once a Hero,'' brings us Captain Justice, the Crimson Crusader. The captain, or C. J., is a comic-strip character and should feel very much at home in the simple little world of network prime time. With luck, and with considerably better direction than is evident in this pilot, he
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jeff Lester
    THIRTIES
  • 1992
    Age 36
    He is currently married to Susan Anton. They married on August 15, 1992.
    More Details Hide Details Together they founded a production company called Big Picture Studios in 1997.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1955
    Born
    Born in 1955.
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