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Thomas Jackson Gore, American construction executive. Recipient award of merit Mina Abdula Project, Ahmadi, Kiuwait, 1989, Ibn Sina award National Methanol Company, Jubail, Saudi Arabia, 1984, Yong Nam Merit award Governor Province Kong Sang Nam Do, Korea, 1967, Pertamina Doctor H. Ibnu Sutowo, Jakarta, Indonesia, 1976.


Gore, Thomas Jackson was born on September 8, 1932 in Beaumont, Texas, United States. Son of James Bryant and Ollie Mae (Ashworth) Gore.


Student in сivil engineering, Lamar State College, 1950-1951, 55-56;Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Radio Corporation of America Institute, New York City, 1962;Diploma in Construction Engineering, I.C.S., Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1957;Certified in Chemical Engineering, I.C.S., Scranton, Pennsylvania, 1965.


Baseball player, Brooklyn Dodgers Organisation, 1950-1955;construction engineer, Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, 1955-1957;construction manager, Procon Corporation, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1957-1960;resident engineer, Trans Western Pipeline Company, Houston, 1960-1962;vice president, Uson Corporation, Houston, 1962-1965;manager of construction, Getty Oil Corporation, Tulsa and Los Angeles, 1966-1976;project manager, C.F. Braun Company, Alhambra, California, 1976-1989;manager construction, Litwin Corporation, Houston, 1989-1996;construction consultant, Houston, since 1997.


President Patra Graha, Java, Indonesia, 1975-1976. Chairman Kalimantan Recreation Association, Bontang, Borneo, Indonesia, 1980-1982. Chairman People Advancement Association, Ulsan, Korea, 1966.

Co-chairman Children's Recreation Organization, Ulsan, 1969. Member Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (life), Construction Specifications Institute, American Constructors Association (chairman Seoul 1966-1967).


Married Patricia Lou Ann Shipman, January 18, 1969. 1 child, Heather Denise.

James Bryant Gore

Ollie Mae (Ashworth) Gore

Patricia Lou Ann Shipman

Heather Denise Gore