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civil engineer

Thomas Eugene Stalcup Sr., American Civil engineer. Achievements include design and development of a small diameter septic tank effluent collection and treatment system, commonly referred toas the Alicia system. M C. Recipient Engineer of Year award East Chapter Arkansas Society Professional Engineers, 1989, 90, President's award Arkansas Society Professional Engineers, 1990, 81.

Background

Sr., Thomas Eugene Stalcup, was born on July 24, 1948 in Jonesboro, Arkansas, United States. Son of Thomas Hardin and Lois Lucille (Cooper) Sr.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Aerospace/Agricultural/Architectural/Aeronautical Engineering, Arkansas State University, 1976.

Career

Draftsman, Associated Engineers, Inc., Jonesboro, Arkansas, 1971-1975;engineer, principal, Brain–computer interface Engineers/Surveyors, Inc., Jonesboro, 1975-1984;engineer, GTS Engineering, Inc., Paragould, Arkansas, since 1994. Member Elec. Code Revision Committee, Jonesboro, since 1989, Earthquake Damage Assessment Team, Jonesboro, since 1990, Craighead County On-Site Wastewater Disposal Advisory Committee, Jonesboro, 1981-1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include design and development of a small diameter septic tank effluent collection and treatment system, commonly referred toas the Alicia system. M C.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author (papers): Alicia Wastewater System 1982 to 1986 A Case History, 1986, Proposed Design Parameters for Tri-City Wastewater Disposal System, 1986.

Membership

Committee chairman Boy Scouts American Troop 89, Brookland, Arkansas, since 1988. Member Arkansas Society Professional Engineers (president 1989-1990), National Society Professional Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers, Order of Engineer.

Connections

Children: Stacey, Thomas Junior.

father:
Thomas Hardin Sr

mother:
Lois Lucille (Cooper) Sr

child:
Stacey Sr.

child:
Thomas Junior Sr.