Team Leader, Applied Control Engineering Inc., Windsor Mill, Md., BS Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware
Director of Controls Engineering, TM Process & Controls Inc., Turlock, Calif., BS Chemical Engineering & Materials Science & Engineering, University of California, Berkeley
Senior Project Engineer, MartinCSI, Plain City, Ohio, AS Electro-Mechanical Engineering, Columbus State Community College
Project Engineer-Electrical, Paulo, St. Louis, Mo., BS Electrical Engineering, Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Lead Project Engineer, Interstates, Sioux Center, Iowa, BS Engineering with Computer Emphasis, Dordt University
Electrical Engineer, AGC Glass Company North America, Church Hill, Tenn., BS Electrical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
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