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Mr. John Sheehan

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Local Address:  California , United States
Quincy Library
P.O. Box 1749
Quincy , California 95971
United States

Company Description: We operate within an enabling framework called Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) that was developed by a federal interagency (resource agencies) agreement in...   more

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RCAC Board of Directors | Rural Community Assistance Corporation, 9 May 2015 [cached]
John Sheehan
John Sheehan
Board Member
John Sheehan recently retired as executive director of Plumas Corporation, a nonprofit organization focusing on economic and business development, visitor attraction and protection of natural resources in Plumas County. He has more than 40 years of community development experience working with nonprofit organizations and various government agencies. He is currently a trustee at Feather River Community College and serves on the Quincy Library Group and Plumas Community Foundation boards. Mr. Sheehan also served on the boards of the California Coalition for Rural Housing and California Rural Development Council. (RCAC Loan Committee chair, Audit and Finance committees member.)
John Sheehan of the ... [cached]
John Sheehan of the Quincy Library Group said that while he expected SFL's appeal, he was surprised by the attorney general's action. Although set- tlemerit With SFL2s-Utkely, he held out hope something could be agreed upon with the attorney general. Under England's decision, the Forest Service has until May 2010 to complete a supplemental environmental impact statement to address the procedural deficiencies he found in the 2001 Frame- work.
Dennis Cokor of Quincy will challenge ... [cached]
Dennis Cokor of Quincy will challenge incumbent John Sheehan for a four-year term for Area 3 on the Feather River College Board of Trustees.
AGENDA, 21 Nov 2012 [cached]
John Sheehan, executive director of Plumas Corporation, discussed the issue that by state law septic tanks must be pumped every five years. Mr. Sheehan pointed out that with an increase of residency in Plumas and Lassen counties, there is a need for more septage receiving facilities. Mr. Sheehan stated that there are four sites in Indian Valley that are currently being looked at for such a facility.
John Sheehan stated that a flood plain would not be an ideal site for the system that is being proposed.
John Sheehan commented that the tail water could be put into the sewer ponds, used for irrigation, or used to construct a wetland.
John Sheehan commented that the receiving site is near Honey Lake, and that there has been discussion of a similar site being constructed in Herlong.
John Charles Sheehan had two ..., 16 April 2010 [cached]
John Charles Sheehan had two nicknames, "Jack" and "Chesty."
"But I always called him Jack. His chesty portion was notable. It was easy to see that he had worked at it at some time in his life."
Sheehan, the Indians' trainer from 1937-53, developed his upper body as a boxer. He began boxing during the 1890s.
"He was a little man," Pride Sheehan, 60, said of his 5-foot-4, 115-pound grandfather, who died at 70 from complications after surgery. "But one story I've heard is when he was the trainer for the Indians, one player was mouthing off at him and said, 'Come on, Doc, give me your best shot.' And (Sheehan) said, 'You've got to be kidding.' Well, Granddad laid into him and knocked him out.
We used to kid him a lot and, of course, I think Jack enjoyed it. He always took part in it. We all had a good laugh."
Because of his contributions as both an athletic trainer and boxer, Sheehan will be inducted into the Greater Savannah Athletic Hall of Fame on May 3 at the Savannah Civic Center.
"I think it's terrific," Brissie said of Sheehan, a father of two children and a Savannah fireman for 37 years until he retired. "He rendered a great service to a lot of guys over a period of time as a trainer, in addition to his athletic ability.
"Jack was positive.
In 1902, Sheehan fought bantamweight world champion Danny Dorthy in an exhibition on Isle of Hope.
At his mother's insistence, Sheehan quit boxing and became a professional boxing trainer.
After his boxing career, Sheehan became a trainer and coach at Savannah High School from 1919-32. His 1923 track team won a state championship in Atlanta, as did his 1929-30 boxing team.
From 1937-53, Sheehan was the Savannah Indians' trainer.
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