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engineer

Jerry Lee Hope, American engineer. Avocaitons: hunting, fishing, taxidermy.

Background

Hope, Jerry Lee was born on February 27, 1936 in Hillsboro, Illinois, United States. Son of Paul E. and Lena M. (Ricker) Hope.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Washington University, 1959.

Career

Application engineer Elliott Equipment Company, Jeannette, Pennsylvania, 1959-1960. Superintendent, chief engineer Swift & Company, Chicago, 1960-1973. Consultant engineer Globe Engineer Company, 1973-1983.

Corporation engineering manager OSI Industries, Inc., Aurora, Illinois, since 1983. Consultant food processing, since 1980.

Achievements

  • Avocaitons: hunting, fishing, taxidermy.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Assistant director Emergency Services, St. Charles, Illinois, 1972-1980. Deacon, elder Fox Valley Presbyterian Church, Geneva, Illinois, since 1976. Board directors Norris Recreation Center, St. Charles, Illinois, since 1986, president 1988-1989.

Member St. Charles Downtown Redevelopment Citizen's Advisory Board, since 1987. Member ASHRACE, Institute Food Technologists, St. Charles C. of Chamber (board directors 1972-1974, Distinguished Service award 1973), National Rifle Association, St. Charles Sportsmen Club (board directors 1978-1984), Masons, Elks.

Connections

Married Jeanne M. Rice, June 20, 1959. Children: Kristine L., Paul E. World War II.

father:
Paul E. Hope

mother:
Lena M. (Ricker) Hope

spouse:
Jeanne M. Rice

child:
Kristine L. Hope

child:
Paul E. World War II Hope