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Resume of Vincy W. Tidwell Jr.  as of 3-10-14
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  4635 Pennoak Road; Greensboro, N. C. 27407; Phone number 336-299-4441 CP 336-209-3234
Employment Objective:
Industrial Electrical / Electronic Equipment Servicing or Trouble Shooting.
Education:
  MPACT Training Reached Highest Level offered  "Digital Technician"
Diploma in "Industrial Electronic Equipment Servicing " (Equal to an Associate Degree).
Graduated Suma Cum Laude 07-29-88 from Danville Community College
Naval Training Courses in Radar and Electronic Warfare (Feb. ‘70)
Northeast Louisiana State College (now University) 1 yr. Psychology.
(OPHS) Ouchita Parish High School (Major: Bookkeeping) Graduated May 1967
Special Skills
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Well trained in the use of most types of Computers and most any associated Business Programs such as
Lotus 123, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, D Base 1 & 2, and Programmable Logic Controller Software
such as Omron’s LSS (Ladder Support Software), Allen Bradley’s and GE’s PLC Software.

I have completed four Classes in the National Electrical Code, I have run pipe / wiring and bent 1/2" to 2" pipe (EMT, IMC, Rigid Conduit).
Experience:

From Nov. 2007 to March 2014: Employed at: Electrical South as a Servo Motor Tech.   Which is now Schneider Electric Industrial Equipment Servicing.

From Nov. 2006 to Nov 2007: Employed at Reman Center in Reidsville by Austin Cox
From June ‘90 to Nov. 2006:
Employed at Burlington Industries Reidsville Weaving Plant
2361 Holiday Loop Road; Reidsville, N. C. as an Industrial Electrical / Electronic Trouble Shooter
on 3rd shift. Further training at B. I.’s Training Center in Greensboro attained status of Digital Technician.

I Have done some board level repair work using Huntron Tracker and WinHunt software.
From Nov. ‘76 to June ‘90:
Employed at Dan River Mills Inc.
June ‘85 to June ‘90
as an Industrial Electronic Tech.
Nov. ‘76 to June ‘85
as a Loom Fixer on Draper Shuttle Looms & then DLG Looms (Shuttless Looms).
From May ‘69 to Nov. 12 1976:
Employed by the United States Navy.
Served aboard USS HARLAN COUNTY (LST 1196) OS1 (Operation Specialist) in Charge of CIC.
Served aboard Naval Astronautics Group Detachment Alpha ( Satellite Tracker ).
Served aboard USS REEVES DLG 24 as Electronics Warfare Specialist.
Work Related Hobbies:
I have built several off the shelf IBM Compatible Computers, Networked them together
and I have built several different web sites, an example is below:
www.cajuncowboy.com
   
References:
All my BI Reference are no longer valid accept for:

Randy Jones; was MPACT Instructor and Manager for B. I. Training (Electrical & Electronics)
This was where I earned my "Digital Technician" status,
now he is a Sales Rep for: Techni-reps and can be reached at: 336-272-7537.
He still resides at 301 Sims Road; Reidsville, N. C. 27320; (336) 349-6575

                                                             Personal Reference:
Ron Patterson; was Manager, Formerly with Analytical Support at Lorillard in Greensboro (Retired)
2302 Lakeshore Drive, Greensboro, NC 27407; (336) 299-6040
Ron is also our current President of UMM at St. Johns UMC.

 



 

 

In business and life one must keep their priorities right.
I try to keep God first because the Bible tells us if we
put him first all the rest will be provided.
To help maintain this life style we fellowship at
St. John's United Methodist Church. Join us at 1304 Merritt Drive in Greensboro, NC
for Sunday Morning Worship. Or visit us online at www.stjohnsgreensboro.com



John 3:16-17
16. For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son,
that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.
17. For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world,
but to save the world through him. NIV

 


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