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engineering executive

John Paul Obara, American engineering executive. Polish Womens Alliance of America scholar, 1972, 74; recipient Creative Company award Chromalloy Gas Turbine Corporation, Fort Walton Beach, Florida, 1991. Member Society Manufacturing Engineers (president student chapter 1975, senior member), Brookside Village Condo Association (vice president 1986), Capital City Rifle & Pistol.

Background

Obara, John Paul was born on October 3, 1954 in Springfield, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Max John and Helen Kay (Drobot) Obara.

Education

Associations, Springfield Technology Community College, 1975;Bachelor of Science in Management, Western New England College, 1985.

Career

Designer, Package Machinery, East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, 1973-1974;designer, Smith & Wesson, Springfield, 1975-1978;methods planner, Hamilton Standard, Windsor Locks, Connecticut, 1978-1981;senior manufacturing engineer, Colt Firearms, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1981-1982;senior manufacturing engineer, Hamilton Standard, Windsor Locks, 1982-1984;senior fabrications engineer, Electro-Methods, South Windsor, Connecticut, 1984-1987;assistant engineering manager, Alpha Q, Colchester, Connecticut, 1987-1989;supervisor engineering, Caval Tool Division, Newington, Connecticut, 1989-1990;manager engineering, Caval Tool Division, Newington, Connecticut, 1990-1993;general manager, Caval Tool Division, since 1996;general manager, Electro-Methods, Inc., S. Windsor, Connecticut, 1993-1995. Consultant United Engineers Inc., Springfield, 1976-1978. Owner Aero-O-Craft Designs, Chicopee, Massachusetts, 1982-1984.

Membership

Member Society Manufacturing Engineers (president student chapter 1975, senior member), Brookside Village Condo Association (vice president 1986), Capital City Rifle & Pistol.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: stamp collecting, shooting.

Connections

father:
Max John Obara

mother:
Helen Kay (Drobot) Obara