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Electronics company executive

Martin Everett Packard, American electronics company executive. Achievements include patents in field. Recipient Morris E. Leeds award, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 1971. Member of International Society Magnetic Resonance, Bioelectromagnetics Society, New York Academy of Sciences, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society.

Background

Packard, Martin Everett was born on March 10, 1921 in Eugene, Oregon, United States. Son of Earl Leroy and LeFay V. (Davy) Packard.

Education

Bachelor, Oregon State University-Corvallis, 1942. Doctor of Philosophy, Stanford University, 1949.

Career

Research physicist Varian Associates, Palo Alto, California, 1951—1953. Director research Instrument Division, 1953—1963, vice president analytical instrument division, 1963—1969, corporation vice president, 1969—1975, assistant to chairman, 1975—1984, assistant to executive vice president, since 1984. Chairman Opportunity Capital Corporation, San Francisco, Vega Biotechnologies, Inc., Tucson.

Board directors Ibuki Corporation. President Ravenswood School Board, Palo Alto, 1960. Member committee Stanford Area Council Boy Scouts American, Palo Alto, 1972—1980.

Chairman Addiction Research Foundation, Palo Alto, since 1973.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of International Society Magnetic Resonance, Bioelectromagnetics Society, New York Academy of Sciences, American Physical Society, American Chemical Society.

Connections

Married Barbara Grafton Packard, July 7, 1943. Children: George G., Jane M.

father:
Earl Leroy Packard

mother:
LeFay V. (Davy) Packard

spouse:
Barbara Grafton Packard

child:
George G. Packard

child:
Jane M. Packard