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Resumes

Resumes

Clyde Taylor - Memphis, TN

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Work:
Cleo Wrap, Inc. - Memphis, TN Jul 1976 to Nov 2011
Forklift Operator
Education:
Bailey's Technical Institute - Southaven, MS 1975 to 1976
Auto Mechanic Degree in Auto Mechanic

Independent Law Practice Professional

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Location:
Tallahassee, Florida Area
Industry:
Law Practice
Education:
University of Florida - Fredric G. Levin College of Law 1966 - 1969

Import And Export Professional

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Location:
Washington D.C. Metro Area
Industry:
Import and Export

Clyde Taylor - Eaton, OH

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Work:
Alan J. Woods Trucking Company Apr 2011 to 2000
TRUCK
Jet Machine INC - West Chester, OH Feb 2010 to Mar 2011
Shipping/Receiving Clerk
Middletown Ford - Middletown, OH Nov 2008 to Feb 2010
Auto mechanic, run inspections
Force Control Inc - Fairfield, OH Mar 2007 to Oct 2008
Shipping and Receiving Clerk

Clyde Taylor - Charlotte, NC

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Work:
ESPN Regional Television 2010 to Present
Operations Manager
ESPN - Bristol, CT 2005 to 2010
Sr. Operations Producer
IMS Productions - Indianapolis, IN 1997 to 2004
Operations Manager
WNDY-TV - Indianapolis, IN 1996 to 1997
Producer/Director
Saturday Evening Post - Indianapolis, IN 1994 to 1996
Director of Television Production
Communiqu - Indianapolis, IN 1990 to 1994
Senior Editor
WTTV-TV - Indianapolis, IN 1989 to 1990
Producer/Director/Editor
WVEC-TV - Norfolk, VA 1988 to 1989
Producer/Director
Christian Broadcasting Network - Virginia Beach, VA 1981 to 1987
Remote Cameraman
WTKR-TV - Norfolk, VA 1978 to 1981
Studio Cameraman
Eleven O'clock News - Greenville, NC 1976 to 1978
Director
Education:
Tidewater Community College - Norfolk, VA 1978 to 1979
Electronics Curriculum
East Carolina University - Greenville, NC 1975 to 1978
Music Education

Clyde Taylor - Fresno, CA

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Work:
Cencal CNC - Kingsburg, CA Jan 2011 to May 2011
CNC operator
Regal Corporation - Fresno, CA Oct 2010 to Feb 2011
Warehouse Technician
Hydratech Aug 1995 to May 2008
CNC Machinist
Machine Experience Inc - Fresno, CA Jun 1993 to Jul 1995
Machine Operator/Inventory Control
Education:
Fresno City College Career and Technology Center
Certificate of Completion
Cesar Chavez Adult School
Certificate of Completion
Fresno City College
Certificate of Completion in o Manufacturing Technology

Phones & Addresses

Name
Addresses
Phones
Clyde R Taylor
709 Timberline W, Bessemer, AL 35022
(205) 424-7679
Clyde R Taylor
29 Cornell St, Buena Vista, PA 15018
Clyde Taylor
1880 Alabama Ave SW, Birmingham, AL 35211
(205) 929-0240
Clyde J Taylor
906 Goodlow St, Kerens, TX 75144
(903) 396-7917
Clyde J Taylor
3047 Romain Ct, Spring Hill, TN 37174
(615) 302-3215, (615) 302-2710
Clyde L Taylor
504 Mulberry Ln, O Fallon, IL 62269
clyde taylor
3432 N Newhall St, Milwaukee, WI 53211
(414) 962-3499
clyde taylor
3911 Forest Dawn Ct, Snellville, GA 30039
(770) 402-5104
clyde taylor
4326 Warne Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63107
(417) 425-3353
clyde taylor
4004 Dutchess Ct, Tallahassee, FL 32309
clyde taylor
996 Winding Hollow Ln, Upper Sandusky, OH 43351
(419) 306-3852
clyde taylor
4104 Union Hill Rd, East Bend, NC 27018
(252) 312-9505

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Clyde Taylor
Cfo
TAK IMAGING CA, INC
Mfg Semiconductors & Related Devices · Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing
1450 Fashion Is Blvd, San Mateo, CA 94404
San Mateo, CA 94404
(650) 350-1100, (650) 292-4132
Clyde J Taylor
AMERICAN ARCHITECTURAL METALS OF DAYTON, INC
New Carlisle, OH
Clyde Taylor
incorporator
Kiddieland, Inc
MERCANTILE
Birmingham, AL
Clyde M. Taylor
Director
Southeast Meds, Inc
Rr 3 BOX 2926, Quincy, FL 32351
Clyde M. Taylor
President, Director
HEFTLER REALTY SALES, INC
9450 Sunset Dr, Miami, FL 33143
PO Box 1960, Miami, FL 33173
Clyde Taylor
Executive Director
Cox Foundation
Membership Organization
1200 18 St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Publications

Us Patents

Seed Harvesting Apparatus

US Patent:
4419856, Dec 13, 1983
Filed:
Nov 25, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/325060
Inventors:
Clyde L. Taylor - Visalia CA
International Classification:
A01D 9104
US Classification:
56 1
Abstract:
Apparatus is disclosed for harvesting a crop of the character having stalks which carry seed pods, such as the sesame plant. The apparatus includes a harvesting vehicle which mounts at its front end a header structure. The header structure includes side-by-side guide units adapted for movement along individual rows of the stalks. Each guide unit includes a pair of forwardly diverging guide members which gently guide the stalks for relative movement toward rotary cutter units disposed generally at the apex of the guide members. Horizontally extending, spaced-apart stabilizer fingers are mounted for movement along each guide unit in a path toward the cutter units for stabilizing the stalks prior to and during the time that they are cut off. Drive means is provided for controlling rearward movement of the fingers at a rate substantially equal to the rate of forward vehicle travel whereby the fingers maintain registry with the stalks up to the point at which they are cut off. A take-away conveyor is provided and comprises an endless belt which is joined together at its ends to form a flap which projects in a direction rearwardly and downwardly along the lower run of the conveyor.

Apparatus And Method For Welding Superalloys

US Patent:
2007015, Jul 12, 2007
Filed:
Jan 6, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/326801
Inventors:
Alan Roberts - Moore SC, US
Clyde Taylor - Laurens SC, US
International Classification:
A47J 36/02
US Classification:
228101000
Abstract:
A heating apparatus is provided for use during a welding operation on a component. In one embodiment, the apparatus includes a die having a cavity having at least a portion shaped to complement a first portion of the component and an opening providing a space through which a second portion of the component extends. A primary heating element is embedded in the die and generates heat upon being energized. A die temperature sensor is embedded in the die proximate the primary heating element and senses primary heating element temperature and supplies a temperature signal representative thereof. A component temperature sensor is embedded in the die, and senses a temperature of the component in the cavity and supplies a temperature signal representative thereof. A controller couples to receive the temperature signals and is operable, in response thereto, to selectively energize and de-energize the primary heating element.

Sesame Seed Harvester

US Patent:
4266393, May 12, 1981
Filed:
Dec 7, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/101553
Inventors:
Clyde L. Taylor - Visalia CA
International Classification:
A01F 1100
US Classification:
56 146
Abstract:
Apparatus for harvesting sesame seed from sesame stalks having pods thereon and having a framekwork with the cylinder structure rotatably mounted in the framework. A concave structure is also mounted in the framework in a fixed position in the framework and generally underlies the cylinder structure to form an entrance area, a separating area and an exit area in conjunction with the cylinder structure. A feeder is carried by the framework for delivering sesame stalks with the pods thereon, sesame seed pods and sesame seeds to the entrance area so that they are introduced between the cylinder structure and the concave structure and pass through the separating area for separating sesame seeds therefrom and discharging the remaining stalk and pod fragments through the exit area. Walker assemblies are utilized for removing the remaining stalk and pod fragments from the exit area. The cylinder structure and the concave structure each have rows of spaced apart blades which have knife-like leading edges for slicing open said sesame seed pods so that the sesame seeds may be readily separated from the pods.

Bank Out Module Builder With Unloading Mechanism

US Patent:
4241653, Dec 30, 1980
Filed:
Feb 12, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/011484
Inventors:
John L. Fagundes - Hanford CA
Clyde L. Taylor - Visalia CA
International Classification:
B30B 930
US Classification:
100100
Abstract:
Bank out module builder with unloading mechanism having a generally rectangular framework formed by spaced apart sidewalls and spaced apart front and rear walls with the top and bottom being open, the rear wall being formed by a door being movable between open and closed positions. Ground engaging wheels are carried by the framework to facilitate movement of the framework over the ground. A bottom structure is secured within the lower extremity of the rectangular framework for closing the bottom side. A carriage is mounted in the framework for movement longitudinally along the framework between the front and rear walls. A tramper mechanism is carried by the carriage and is movable vertically in the framework for tramping material introduced into the rectangular framework through the top side to form a module within the rectangular framework. An unloading mechanism carried by the framework for moving the module which is formed within the rectangular framework out through the rear side of the rectangular framework after the door has been moved to an open position.

Hand-Held Laser Welding Wand Having Removable Filler Media Delivery Extension Tips

US Patent:
7030337, Apr 18, 2006
Filed:
Dec 19, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/741114
Inventors:
Martin C. Baker - Budd Lake NJ, US
Federico Renteria - Greenville SC, US
Clyde R. Taylor - Laurens SC, US
Thomas M. Hughes - Greer SC, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International, Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
B23K 26/00
US Classification:
21912163, 21912184, 21912165
Abstract:
A hand-held laser welding wand includes one or more removable filler media delivery extension tips. The wand is dimensioned to be grasped with a single hand, thus filler media of various types and forms may be supplied to the weld area on a workpiece using various types of delivery systems and methods, including fully automated, semi-automated, or manually. The filler media may be wholly or partially delivered via the filler media delivery passages. One or more of the extension tips may be inserted into the filler media delivery passages to efficiently, precisely, and robustly supply filler media of various types and forms to the workpiece weld area.

Hand-Held Laser Welding Wand Nozzle Assembly Including Laser And Feeder Extension Tips

US Patent:
7307237, Dec 11, 2007
Filed:
Dec 29, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/324107
Inventors:
Thomas M. Hughes - Greer SC, US
Clyde R. Taylor - Laurens SC, US
James N. Brown - Lyman SC, US
Assignee:
Honeywell International, Inc. - Morristown NJ
International Classification:
B23K 26/20
B23K 26/14
US Classification:
21912163, 21912184
Abstract:
A hand-held laser welding wand includes a main body that is dimensioned to be grasped by a hand and a nozzle assembly. The nozzle assembly includes a laser extension tip and a feeder material extension tip in a configuration that provides the hand-held laser welding wand with the capability of conducting laser welding operations in relatively deep crevices or other hard to reach places.