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safety engineer

Thomas Lee Drake, American safety engineer. Achievements include invention of cooling device for use in open heart surgery. Group leader Crusade of Mercy, 1982; Member of American Society Extracorporeal Circulation Technologies (chairman), American Society Safety Engrs.

Background

Drake, Thomas Lee was born on September 22, 1945 in Bay City, Texas, United States. Son of Thomas Edwin and Jean Patricia (McLaren) Drake.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Southwest Texas State University, 1971. Master of Science, University Houston-Clear Lake City, 1979.

Career

Excorporeal perfusion supervisor University Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, 1971—1975. Safety supervisor Amoco Chemicals Corporation, Texas City, 1975—1980. Senior safety engineer Standard Oil Corporation, Chicago, since 1981.

Coordinator product safety, 1983—1985. Senior staff safety engineer, since 1985. With United States Army, 1966-1969.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of cooling device for use in open heart surgery.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professor journals.

Membership

Group leader Crusade of Mercy, 1982. Member of American Society Extracorporeal Circulation Technologies (chairman), American Society Safety Engrs.

Connections

Married Rose Marie Russo, July 14, 1968. Children: Patricia Jean, Christopher Lee.

father:
Thomas Edwin Drake

mother:
Jean Patricia (McLaren) Drake

spouse:
Rose Marie Russo

children:
Patricia Jean Drake

Christopher Lee Drake