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Manufacturing executive

David Michael Hopkins, American manufacturing executive. Decorated Commanding General's certified of commendation, Navy Marine Corps Achievement medal, Navy Marine Corps Commendation medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service medal, Joint Services Commendation medal, Navy Marine Corps Commendation medal with Gold Star, Joint Services Commendation medal with oak leaf cluster.


Hopkins, David Michael was born on October 2, 1958 in Wenatchee, Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Theodore Edward Hopkins, Gary (Stepfather) and Felicia Jean Cochran.


Bachelor of Science, United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 1983.


Submarine sonar technician United States Navy, 1977—1979. Midshipman United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland, 1979—1983. Communications officer United States Marine Corps, 1983—1989.

Associate Booz-Allen, & Hamilton, Hollywood, Maryland, 1989—1993. Engineer Eagan, McAllister, & Associates, Lexington Park, 1993—1997. Vice president government affairs Mathews Associates, Inc., Sanford, Florida, since 1997.

Consultant United States Special Operations Command, Tampa, 1990—1991. Member Naval Consultant Forces, Quality Management Board, 1992—1996. International Organization for Standardization-9001 corporation representative Mathews Associates, Inc., Sanford, Florida, since 1997.

Technical consultant Ethiopian Army, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2000—2001.


Cubmaster Boy Scouts of America, Shady Side, Maryland, 1994—1996, unit commissioner Virginia Beach, Virginia, 1987—1989, assistant Explorer Post advisor, 1987—1989, assistant scoutmaster Winter Springs, Florida, 2001. Master: Masons; member: Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association (newsletter editor 1990-1991), Naval Academy Alumni Association (life).


  • Other Interests

    Backpacking, kickboxing, kayaking.


Married Terry R Richards. Children: Sandra, Theodore.

Theodore Edward Hopkins

Felicia Jean Cochran

Terry R Richards

Sandra Hopkins

Theodore Hopkins