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Douglas Lee Reinke

sales executive

Douglas Lee Reinke, American sales executive. Advisor Junior Achievement, Beloit, 1979. Member Bay Area Tennis Association, Skyline Country Club, St. Ives Country Club.

Background

Reinke, Douglas Lee was born on April 24, 1955 in Beloit, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Jerry Dean and Delores Mary (Kaster) Reinke.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and Energy Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1978.

Career

Coop student, Beloit (Wisconsin) Corporation, 1973-1978;development engineer Research and Development, Beloit (Wisconsin) Corporation, 1978-1980;sales engineer, Beloit (Wisconsin) Corporation, 1980-1982;sales engineer, Measurex Sys., Chicago, 1982-1983;area manager, Measurex Sys., Chicago, 1983-1984;region manager south, Measurex Sys., Chicago, 1985-1988;director international paper account, south region manager, Measurex Sys., Chicago, 1988-1989;North America and South America sales manager web inspection system, Measurex Sys., Atlanta, since 1993.

Religion

The life with Christ has nothing to do with being in a "church" atmosphere for all eternity. God’s salvation involves far more. He is planning to make his children productive, creative, useful, and supremely happy, within an environment of spiritual perfection, health, peace, and love.

Views

As human beings people find themselves as part of an unjust, sinful and violent world, which we may feel individually helpless to change. If we accept forgiveness, God can enable us to resist evil and to live life to the full.

Membership

Advisor Junior Achievement, Beloit, 1979. Member Bay Area Tennis Association, Skyline Country Club, St. Ives Country Club.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: golf, tennis, boating.

Connections

Married Debra Hall, July 27, 1979. Children: Michael, Christopher, Stephen.

father:
Jerry Dean Reinke

mother:
Delores Mary (Kaster) Reinke

spouse:
Debra Hall

children:
Michael Reinke

Christopher Reinke

Stephen Reinke

Politics

A member of a Christian Church should support all social initiatives having a purpose to maintain and strengthen well-being and progress of the whole community and its members.