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Originally posted by randomname
project camelot is sure squeezing every last ounce of orange juice from this lemon.
Education: B.S.M.E., Cornell University, 1943; L.L.B., LaSalle University (Extension),
1955; Postgraduate Study, Stanford University, 1947; Continuing Education,
Foothill College, 1982. Military: Served in the United States Navy, 1944-46, attaining
the rank of Chief Specialist. Career: Executive, Bergrun Companies (Research,
Engineering, Construction, Properties); Thermodynamicist, Douglas Aircraft
Company, El Segundo, 1943-44; Aero Research Scientist, NACA Ames Laboratory,
1944-56; Lockheed Missile and Space Company, Van Nuys (CA), Supervisor Flight
Test 1956-68, Manager Flight Test Analysis 1958-62, Manager Test Plans and
Direction 1962-63, Manager Re-Entry Test Operations 1963-67, Staff Scientist
Satellite Systems Applications 1967-69; Director, Management Information Systems,
Nielsen Engineering and Research, Mt. View, California. Organizational Memberships:
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Chairman San Francisco
Section 1962, Regional Director 1963, Associate Fellow; California Society of
Professional Engineers, State Director 1973-74 and 1979-83, Vice-President, 1986.
National Society of Professional Engineers, National Director, 1975-76; California
Space and Defense Council, 1982; Co-founder and Acting Chairman of the Board,
California Professional Engineering Center, 1986. Charter Member Aviation Hall of
Fame. Community Activities: Foreign-Student Host, International Center for the
Advancement of Management Education, Stanford University, 1964-67; National
Hearing on Noise Abatement and Control, Washington, D.C., 1971; Steering
Committee Member for Representative Charles S. Gubser, 10th District California,
83rd-93rd Congress, 1960-74; California Space and Defense Council, 1982; Presidential
Task Force, 1982; Television Public Service Announcement, Holiday Project,
1981. Religion: Stanford Memorial Chapel, Teaching Assistant, Youth Program;
Member Chapel Summer Choir, 1982; Foothill Evening Chorale, 1980-86 interdenominational.
Honors and Awards: Engineer of the Year, California Society of
Professional Engineers, Penisula Chapter, 1978; Appreciation for Sustained Contributions
Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 1972; Extraordinary Service
Award, National Management Association, 1968; Recognition of Distinctive Service,
Institute of Aerospace Sciences, 1962; Appreciation for Contributions to First Polaris
Launching, Navy Department, 1960.