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nuclear facility executive

Thomas George Halverson, American nuclear facility executive. Achievements include research in liquid metal fast reactor application overview of operation of the Fast Flux Test Facility and advanced fuel research labs. Member of American Nuclear Society (program chairman 1980-1982), Atomic Ducks Dive Club (Kennewick) (president 1981-1982).

Background

Halverson, Thomas George was born on April 14, 1948 in Madison, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Arthur John and Mary Jane (Hoffman) Halverson.

Education

Degree in Nuclear Engineering, University Wisconsin, 1971.

Career

Technology engineer Commonwealth Edison Company, Zion, Illinois, 1971—1974. Design engineer Westinghouse Hanford Company, Richland, Washington, 1974—1976, engineering section manager, 1976—1980. Manager safety Fast Flux Test Facility, 1980—1981, manager nuclear facility safety, 1981—1985, manager Hanford representative to Electric Power Research Institute-COMO, 1985—1986, staff manager LMR program coordinator, since 1986.

Past president Lower Columbia Basin Search and Rescue, Kennewick, Washington, 1982. Reservist Benton County Sheriff' General’ s Office, 1982.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in liquid metal fast reactor application overview of operation of the Fast Flux Test Facility and advanced fuel research labs.

Membership

Member of American Nuclear Society (program chairman 1980-1982), Atomic Ducks Dive Club (Kennewick) (president 1981-1982).

Connections

Married Linda Sue Vandine, February 17, 1977.

father:
Arthur John Halverson

mother:
Mary Jane (Hoffman) Halverson

spouse:
Linda Sue Vandine