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Ronald James Borrup, American other: manufacturing. Achievements include patents in field. President congregation Congregational Church, South Glastonbury, Connecticut, 1959—1960; Member of Lambda Chi Alpha.

Background

Borrup, Ronald James was born on April 19, 1920 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States. Son of John Jensen and Margaret Elizabeth Addison (Jack) Borrup.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 1942.

Career

Test engineer Hamilton Standard division United Aircraft Corporation, 1946—1948. Chief design, development engineer Safeway Heat Elements Company, 1948—1954. Founder, president, chairman board Electro-Flex Heat Inc., 1954—1963.

Founder, director Electro-Flex California, 1958—1961. Market development engineer Pratt & Whitney Aircraft division United Aircraft Corporation, 1963—1967. Project engineer Hamilton Standard division Windsor Locks, Connecticut, 1967—1970.

Sales manager Kaman Automation division Kaman Aerospace Corporation, Bloomfield, 1970—1973. Chief engineer Thermal Systems division Sierracin Corporation (formerly Electroflex Corporation California), Los Angeles, 1974—1981. Founder Rongo Company, South Pasadena, from 1981.

Served from ensign to lieutenant United States Naval Reserve, 1942-1946.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Membership

President congregation Congregational Church, South Glastonbury, Connecticut, 1959—1960. Member of Lambda Chi Alpha.

Connections

Married Margo Vivian Peterson, August 25, 1979. Children by previous marriage: David Hollister, Carol Elizabeth, Beth Tracy, John William.

father:
John Jensen Borrup

mother:
Margaret Elizabeth Addison (Jack) Borrup

spouse:
Margo Vivian Peterson