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Ed Bortz's Biography
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Companion: Sandra Hazley; 4 Children
Certificate, System Software/Hardware, Leeds & Northrup Co, 1981-82
Certificate, System Software, Measurex Corp, 1985
Attended, Montgomery County Community College, 1981-1982, Grade Point Average of 3.3
Attended, State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton, 1980-1981, Grade Point Average of 2.6
Attended, Northern Arizona University, 1979-1980, Grade Point Average of 4.0
Attended, Writing, University of Pittsburgh, 1975-1976
Certificate, Industrial Electricity, Connelley Technical School, 1973-1975
Candidate, United States House of Representatives, District 14, 2010
National Committee Delegate, Green Party of the United States, 2004
No caucus information on file.
Freelance Writer, 1990-2010
Control Systems/Electrical Consultant, 1993-1999, 2002-2009
Instrumentation/Control Engineer, Burns and Roe Enterprises, 1999-2002
Systems Architect/Software, ESA, 1992-1993
Senior Instrumentation/Control Startup Engineer, Burns and Roe Enterprises, 1986-1990
Technical Representative, Measurex Systems, 1985-1986
Instrumentation/Control Project Specialist, New York State Electric and Gas Corporation, 1980-1983
Instrumentation/Control Startup Engineer, Bechtel Power Corporation, 1978-1980
Electrician, Hibbing Taconite Company, 1976-1978
Electrician, Mercy Hospital, 1975-1976
Electrician, Pittsburgh-Des Moines Steel Company, 1975
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
No organizational membership information on file.
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