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James Harley Erickson

James Harley Erickson was American biomedical technologist, consultant. Director Civilian Defense & Auxiliary Police, Port Washington, New York, 1964; president St. Joseph's School Association, Rockville, Connecticut, 1975, chairman St. Josephs Carnival Committee, 1987-1992. Member New York State Blood Banks, Elks (chairman membership investigation committee), Alpha Epsilon Delta.

Background

  • Erickson, James Harley was born on March 29, 1942 in Cleveland. Son of Harley Orville and Clarisse (Hoban) Erickson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, John Carroll University, 1964. Master of Science, Long Island University, 1969.

    Career

    • Senior technologist Community Blood Program of Greater New York, New York City, 1964-1966. Assistant quality control supervisor Pfizer Diagnostics Division, 1966-1968. Laboratory director Massachusetts Red Cross Blood Program, Boston, 1969-1970.

      Manager hematology Research and Development Technicon Instruments Corporation, Tarrytown, New York, 1968-1969. Chief technologist University Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, Connecticut, 1970-1988. Management consultant, Vernon, 1988-1990.

      Technical specialist NERAC, Inc., Tolland, 1990-1996. Retired, 1996

      Consultant Veterans Memorial Hospital, Newington, Connecticut, 1970-1975, Connecticut Red Cross Blood Program, Farmington, 1970-1978, Connecticut State Health Department Laboratories, Hartford, 1972-1980.

    Membership

    Member New York State Blood Banks, Elks (chairman membership investigation committee), Alpha Epsilon Delta.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Ann Biggins, August 1, 1964. Children: Mary Pat, David Scott.
    • father: Harley Orville Erickson
    • mother: Clarisse (Hoban) Erickson
    • spouse: Mary Ann Biggins
    • children: Mary Pat Erickson
    • David Scott Erickson
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    Born March 29, 1942
    (age 75)
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