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Jerry Randel Barber

Jerry Randel Barber was American medical device company executive. Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi.

Background

Barber, Jerry Randel was born on September 23, 1940 in Killarney, West Virginia, United States. Son of Edward Clay and Nora (Mullins) Barber.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, West Virginia University, 1962. Master of Science in Chemical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1964. Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, 1968.

Career

Research engineer, Union Carbide corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, 1968-1973;group leader research, Union Carbide corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, 1973-1977;associate director research, Union Carbide corporation, South Charleston, West Virginia, 1977-1981;director research, Union Carbide Corporation, Tarrytown, New York, 1981-1989;director new business and technical development, Union Carbide Corporation, Danbury, Connecticut, 1989-1993;general manager, Medisyn Technologies, Corporation, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1993-1994;managing director, Medisyn Technologies Ltd., Arklow, Ireland, 1994-1997;executive vice president technologies, McGhan Medical Corporation, Santa Barbara, California, 1997-1998;vice president R & D, Mentor Corporation, Irving, Texas, since 1998.

Religion

The Gospel shows the manner and the necessary work to be done, by which salvation can be achieved. This is human responsibility to innovate, sponsor, and evaluate new forms of community living.

Views

Church should organize delegations to different ecumenical conferences throughout the world and actively participate in the global inter-religious dialogues.

Membership

Member American Institute of Chemical Engineers, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sigma Xi.

Connections

Married Carrolyn Rae Acree, June 9, 1964. 1 child, Alyssa Rae.

Politics

The use of force should be supported, but only in extreme situations and only when the need is clear beyond reasonable doubt, and through appropriate international organizations.