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entrepreneur , inventor , engineering executive

James Edward Bubash, American engineering executive, entrepreneur, inventor. Achievements include patents for Measure Master and Current Ring. Recipient Best 20 Designs of 80s award Design News magazine, 1990, Readers Choice award Control Engineering magazine, 1987. With United States Army, 1968-1970. Member Instrumentation Society of America (senior ).

Background

Bubash, James Edward was born on October 26, 1945 in St. Louis. Son of Joseph C. and Helen M. (Grab) Bubash.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, U. Missouri, 1968.

Career

Design engineer, McDonnel Aircraft Company, St. Louis, 1968, 70-74;manufacturing engineer, Unidynamics, St. Louis, 1974-1976;manufacturing engineer, Broderick and Bascom Rope Company, St. Louis, 1976-1980;project engineer, Bussmann Manufacturing, St. Louis, 1980-1988;president, Chief Executive Officer, C.R. Magnetics, Inc., Fenton, Missouri, since 1986;also board directors, C.R. Magnetics, Inc., Fenton, Missouri.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for Measure Master and Current Ring.

Membership

With United States Army, 1968-1970. Member Instrumentation Society of America (senior ).

Connections

Married Patricia F. Mann, November 27, 1988.

father:
Joseph C. Bubash

mother:
Helen M. (Grab) Bubash

spouse:
Patricia F. Mann