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FEDCOFedora Distribution Committee
FEDCOFederal Employees Distributing Company (Co-Op)
FEDCOFederation of Coops (Waterville, Maine)
FEDCOFederal Electoral Commission
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However, the Fedco incident may affect the chance of pushing through with the meeting, he said.
"The military is a significant part of our economy," said Jim Dodson, president and chief executive officer of FEDCO. "Including civilian employees, 30 percent of the work force in Fairbanks is military; however, these 15,900 jobs account for 38 percent of the total payroll," said Dodson, indicating that the jobs on base--averaging $72,000--pay a higher wage than the Fairbanks average.
She was a homemaker and worked as sporting goods manager at FedCo in Lakewood, Calif., and as food service manager at George Fox University.
He joined the chain in 2001 when Navarro acquired the Fedco organization, where Colls was a district manager in charge of purchasing and operations.
After serving in the Army, earning a law degree, and serving in the public sector, Llewellyn bought Fedco Foods Corp., a chain of supermarkets in the South Bronx.
Both Popular Discount Drug and Fedco Drug have called it quits within the last year or so, and Navarro has taken over four locations that had been operated by Fedco, remerchandising and upgrading the beauty sections in the process.
Two security officers conducted the interrogation and told her that it could be handled in one of two ways: "The Fedco way or the system way." The Fedco way required confessing.
"There was something called Fedco and some of my clients were selling them jewelry," Price recalled during an exclusive interview with HFN.
Fedco Systems Co., 1920 Gunn Highway, Odessa, FL 33556.
But a judge at the Court of Session in Edinburgh granted Marathon Oil and TransOcean FedCo For Ex (TSF) an interdict ordering the protesters off the rig and banning Greenpeace from disrupting their work any further.