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mechanical engineer

Theodore Jerome Joy, American Mechanical engineer. Achievements include patent for Shut-off Valve Seal, Low-Noise Pump Assembly, Pressure-Producing Device, Pump with Integral Sump. Scholar Order of Eastern Star, Climax, Michigan, 1967, 68.

Background

Joy, Theodore Jerome was born on March 24, 1948 in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States. Son of Donald Lavern and Bernice (Burbulis) Joy.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Michigan Technology University, 1972. Postgraduate, Indiana University, since 1990.

Career

Project engineer, Progressive Dynamics Inc., Marshall, Michigan, 1972-1973; project engineer, Union Pump Company, Battle Creek, 1973-1984; senior deisgn engineer, Sundstrand Corporation, Rockford, Illinois, 1984-1987; senior engineer Allied Signal Inc. subsidiary, Bendix Automotive Systems North America Aerospace-Controls and Accessories, South Bend, Indiana, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patent for Shut-off Valve Seal, Low-Noise Pump Assembly, Pressure-Producing Device, Pump with Integral Sump.

Views

Contemporary Christian beliefs over centuries became a mixture of the truth and of errors. Therefore, conventional Christian churches lost the authority of God.

Membership

Assistant cub master Boy Scouts American, Rockford, 1987, committee chair, South Bend, 1990-1992. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers (consultant 1975-1979, board directors 1979-1980, program chairman 1980-1981), Society Automotive Engineers (associate).

Connections

Married Elaine Ezelia Adler, June 15, 1971. Children: Brian Keith, Brent Jerome, Justin Lavern, Michael Raymond.

father:
Donald Lavern Joy

mother:
Bernice (Burbulis) Joy

spouse:
Elaine Ezelia Adler

child:
Brian Keith Joy

child:
Justin Lavern Joy

child:
Michael Raymond Joy

child:
Brent Jerome Joy