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Technical writer

James Dwight Greenfield, American Technical writer. Volunteer reader Recording for the Blind, Phoenix, 1980-1991. Sp/5 United States Army, 1958-1962. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Society Technology Communication (senior).

Background

Greenfield, James Dwight was born on October 21, 1935 in Rochester, New York, United States. Son of G. Dwight and Dorothy Laney (Fillingham) Greenfield.

Education

Bachelor, University Rochester, 1957. Master of Arts, Arizona State University, 1970.

Career

Publs. engineer, Sperry Flight Systems, Phoenix, 1963-1968; technical writer, Unidynamics/Phoenix, Phoenix, 1968-1970; technical writer, Arcata Data Management, Phoenix, 1970-1971; publications manager, E-H Research laboratories, Oakland, California, 1975-1976; senior technical writer, Fairchild Systems Technology Division, San Jose, California, 1976-1977; specification writer, Motorola Semiconductor Sector, Phoenix, 1971-1975, 77-78; senior technical writer/editor, Motorola Computer Group, Tempe, Arizona, since 1978.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Technical Communication.

Membership

Volunteer reader Recording for the Blind, Phoenix, 1980-1991. Sp/5 United States Army, 1958-1962. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Society Technology Communication (senior).

Connections

Married Sarah Kathryn Curtice, June 3, 1961.

father:
G. Dwight Greenfield

mother:
Dorothy Laney (Fillingham) Greenfield

spouse:
Sarah Kathryn Curtice