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chemical engineer

Harold Herbert Hopfe was American chemical engineer. Registered professional engineer, New York. Recipient Centennial award Boston Edison, 1986. Children's story author/reader Public Library., Longmeadow, 1989, Shriners Hospital, Springifeld, Massachusetts, 1989. Member Society of America Inventors.

Background

Hopfe, Harold Herbert was born on April 21, 1936 in Ware, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Herbert Henry and Lottie Maud (Senecal) Hopfe.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, U. Massachusetts, 1958;Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, U. Massachusetts, 1970.

Career

Development engineer, Monsanto Company, Indian Orchard, Massachusetts, 1961-1982;corporation fellow, Monsanto Company, Indian Orchard, Massachusetts, 1982-1998;retired, 1998;Chief Executive Officer, United States Wave Energy, Inc., Longmeadow, Massachusetts, 1995-1998;president, Polystress Company, Longmeadow, 1988-1998;retired, 1998.

Achievements

  • Registered professional engineer, New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: (software), technical editor: Stress/Strain in Polymers, 1993. Patentee ocean wave power generators, polymer processing systems.

Membership

Children's story author/reader Public Library., Longmeadow, 1989, Shriners Hospital, Springifeld, Massachusetts, 1989. Member Society of America Inventors.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: computer software development.

Connections

Married Winifred Ann Dorsey, June 29, 1957. Children: Peter Harold, William David, Susan Elizabeth Haryasz.

father:
Herbert Henry Hopfe

mother:
Lottie Maud (Senecal) Hopfe

spouse:
Winifred Ann Dorsey

child:
Peter Harold Hopfe

child:
William David Hopfe

child:
Susan Elizabeth Haryasz Hopfe