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Ken Cross' Biography
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Kenneth 'Ken' Robert Cross
Wife: Donna; 3 Children: Danielle, Joe, Kelly
BS, Civil Engineering, Michigan State University, 1972, Grade Point Average of 3.2
Candidate, United States Vice President, 2012
Candidate, United States President, 2008
Member, Calvary Baptist Church, Finance Committee, 2011-present
Member, Calvary Baptist Church, Personnel Committee, 2005-2008
Owner/President, K. R. Cross Consulting, 2010-present
Former Foundry Worker, United Auto Workers
Senior Consultant, Administrative Controls Management, Incorporated, 1986-2010
Owner, Vanwinkles Furniture Company, 1983-1986
President, Vanwinkles Furniture Company, 1983-1986
Executive Vice President, American Power Management Company, 1979-1983
Supervisor of Planning and Scheduling, Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates, 1977-1979
Planning and Scheduling Coordinator, Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates, 1975-1977
Planning/Scheduling/Cost Engineer, Gilbert/Commonwealth Associates, 1972-1975
Religious, Civic, and other Memberships
President, New Populist Party, Incorporated, 2004-present
Member, Calvary Baptist Church, 1997-present
Chair, Calvary Baptist Church, Personnel Committee, 2008-2011
Assistant Scoutmaster, Boy Scout Troop 320, 2002-2007
Member, American Association of Cost Engineers, 1986-1992
Sergeant at Arms, Albion Rotary Club, 1981-1985
Member, Albion Rotary Club, 1981-1985
Member, Project Management Institute, 1979-1983
Member, Society of Professional Engineers, 1972-1979
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