David T Faber, Age 55Parma, OH

David Faber Phones & Addresses

Parma, OH

Cleveland, OH

1301 River Reach Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

900 River Reach Dr, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33315

Ft Lauderdale, FL

Boca Raton, FL

Mentions for David T Faber

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

David R. Faber Ii

Specialties:
Psychiatry
Work:
North Shelby Psychiatric Services
1109 Townhouse Rd, Helena, AL 35080
(205) 621-8677 (phone) (205) 621-8680 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
East Carolina University Brody School Medicine
Graduated: 1981
Procedures:
Psychiatric Diagnosis or Evaluation, Psychiatric Therapeutic Procedures
Conditions:
Anxiety Phobic Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Bipolar Disorder, Depressive Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Anxiety Dissociative and Somatoform Disorders, Autism, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Schizophrenia
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Faber II graduated from the East Carolina University Brody School Medicine in 1981. He works in Helena, AL and specializes in Psychiatry.

David B. Faber

Specialties:
Rheumatology, Internal Medicine
Work:
David Bruce Faber DO
1212 Overleaf Ave Ste1, Grand Junction, CO 81501
(970) 257-1411 (phone) (970) 257-1425 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
University of North Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine
Graduated: 1982
Procedures:
Arthrocentesis, Vaccine Administration
Conditions:
Acne, Contact Dermatitis, Dermatitis, Disorders of Lipoid Metabolism, Esophagitis, Fractures, Dislocations, Derangement, and Sprains, Hypertension (HTN), Hypothyroidism, Intervertebral Disc Degeneration, Ischemic Heart Disease, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Otitis Media, Raynaud's Disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Rotator Cuff Syndrome and Allied Disorders, Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Faber graduated from the University of North Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1982. He works in Grand Junction, CO and specializes in Rheumatology and Internal Medicine. Dr. Faber is affiliated with Community Hospital.

David C. Faber

Specialties:
General Surgery, Vascular Surgery
Work:
Advanced Vein & Laser Center
723 Broad St, Duncansville, PA 16635
(814) 515-9919 (phone) (814) 317-5050 (fax)
Advanced Vein & Lazer Center
723 Broad St STOP 22, Duncansville, PA 16635
(814) 515-9919 (phone) (814) 317-5050 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
West Virginia University School of Medicine
Graduated: 1996
Procedures:
Appendectomy, Breast Biopsy, Colonoscopy, Destruction of Lesions on the Anus, Endarterectomy, Hemorrhoid Procedures, Hernia Repair, Laparoscopic Appendectomy, Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal, Lower Leg Amputation, Mastectomy, Pilonidal Cyst Excision, Proctosigmoidoscopy, Sigmoidoscopy, Skin Tags Removal, Small Bowel Resection, Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Varicose Vein Procedures
Conditions:
Abdominal Hernia, Appendicitis, Benign Neoplasm of Breast, Breast Disorders, Cholelethiasis or Cholecystitis, Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage, Hemorrhoids, Inguinal Hernia, Intestinal Obstruction, Intussusception, Malignant Neoplasm of Colon, Malignant Neoplasm of Female Breast, Overweight and Obesity, Pancreatic Cancer, Rectal, Abdomen, Small Intestines, or Colon Cancer, Skin Cancer, Varicose Veins, Ventral Hernia
Languages:
English
Description:
Dr. Faber graduated from the West Virginia University School of Medicine in 1996. He works in Duncansville, PA and 1 other location and specializes in General Surgery and Vascular Surgery. Dr. Faber is affiliated with Nason Hospital.

David W. Faber

Specialties:
Ophthalmology
Work:
Rocky Mountain Retina Consultants
4400 S 700 STE 200, Salt Lake City, UT 84107
(801) 264-4444 (phone) (801) 281-2383 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
University of California, San Diego School of Medicine
Graduated: 1991
Procedures:
Eye Muscle Surgery, Retinal Detachment Repair
Conditions:
Acute Conjunctivitis, Cataract, Glaucoma, Keratitis, Retinal Detachments
Languages:
English, Spanish
Description:
Dr. Faber graduated from the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine in 1991. He works in Salt Lake City, UT and specializes in Ophthalmology. Dr. Faber is affiliated with Intermountain Medical Center and St Marks Hospital.
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David Ray Faber

Specialties:
Psychiatry
Child Psychiatry
Education:
East Carolina University (1981) *
University of Cincinnati (1985) *Psychiatry

License Records

David Clayton Faber

Licenses:
License #: MT040773T - Expired
Category: Medicine
Type: Graduate Medical Trainee

Resumes

Resumes

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Assistant Vice President - Business Banking At Frost Bank

Position:
Assistant Vice President - Business Banking at Frost Bank
Location:
Richardson, Texas
Industry:
Banking
Work:
Frost Bank - Richardson, Texas since Jan 2013
Assistant Vice President - Business Banking
Frost Bank Feb 2011 - Dec 2012
Associate Relationship Manager
PlainsCapital Bank Sep 2010 - Feb 2011
Loan Review Officer
PlainsCapital Bank Apr 2009 - Sep 2010
Senior Credit Analyst
The Independent BankersBank Jun 2007 - Oct 2008
Credit Analyst
Pricewaterhouse Coopers Jan 2007 - Mar 2007
Intern
Texas Tech University Athletic Business Office Jan 2006 - Dec 2006
Student Assistant
SallieMae 2004 - 2005
Intern
Education:
Texas Tech University 2003 - 2006
BBA, Accounting
Skills:
Credit Analysis, Underwriting, Commercial Lending, Financial Analysis, Credit, Commercial Banking
Interests:
basketball, baseball, golf, and investing.
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David Faber

Location:
United States
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David Faber

Location:
United States
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National Account Manager At Nestle Professional

Location:
Miami/Fort Lauderdale Area
Industry:
Food & Beverages

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
David T. Faber
President, Treasurer, Director
Ocean Innovations, Inc 790 SW 21 Ter, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312
9601 Corporate Cir, Cleveland, OH 44125
David Faber
Owner
Jet Dock Systems Inc 500 SW 21 Ter, Cleveland, OH 44109
David Faber
Director
Everence Association, Inc (574) 533-9511
David D. Faber
Treasurer, Vice-President
Faber Excavating Inc 2050 Rdg Rd, Hinckley, OH 44233

Publications

Us Patents

Floating Drive-On Dry Dock Assembly

US Patent:
6431106, Aug 13, 2002
Filed:
Jul 8, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/780583
Inventors:
David T. Faber - Fort Lauderdale FL
Assignee:
Ocean Innovations, Inc. - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263, 114266
Abstract:
A floating, drive-on dry dock assembly for a small craft is assembled from two kinds of hollow floatation units, tall units and short units. The units are interconnected so that their top surfaces are substantially coplanar. The units are arranged to form two arms which support the hull of the craft on each side of the longitudinal center line of the craft. The entire length of each arm is made up of tall units except the distal end portions of each arm which may be made up of short units. The short units are able to flex downward as a craft begins to ride up on the dock because of the location of the connection between adjacent units. The tall units, however, cannot flex relative to each other nearly to the same extent as the short units, and so they form a stable generally planar surface. The distal ends of the arms are connected to each other by an upside down short unit. The short units are proportioned so that the uppermost surface of each is out of the water both when the dock is empty and when a craft is “parked” on the dock.

Drive-On Dry Dock

US Patent:
6526902, Mar 4, 2003
Filed:
Oct 26, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/007340
Inventors:
David T. Faber - Cleveland OH
Assignee:
Ocean Innovations, Inc. - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263
Abstract:
A drive-on dry dock ( ) especially suited for a boat ( ) longer than about thirty feet and weighing more than about seven thousand pounds. The dock ( ) includes a platform ( ), a guide ( ), and a lift ( ). The platform ( ) includes an aft section ( ), a forward section ( ), and a hinge section ( ) therebetween. The guide ( ) defines a path for movement of the boat ( ) from the aft section ( ) to a rest position whereat the boats bow engages and is supported by the forward section ( ). The lift shifts the platform ( ) between a first condition in which the aft section is only buoyant enough to support itself and so can be downwardly flexed form a ramp for the boat ( ) and a second condition in which the aft section is sufficiently buoyant to lift the boat out of the water.

Control For Variable Buoyancy Floating Dock

US Patent:
6745714, Jun 8, 2004
Filed:
Oct 29, 2001
Appl. No.:
10/033249
Inventors:
David T. Faber - Cleveland OH
Assignee:
Jet Dock Systems, Inc. - Cleveland OH
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263, 405219
Abstract:
A floating drive on dry dock includes a variable buoyancy beam positioned below the deck of the dock. The beam is formed of separate cells that can be filled with air from a common feeder line. Separate inlet risers allow air into each cell. As the air moves into each cell, water is displaced out an opening in the bottom of the cell. The flow of air and water is restricted or damped to assure even filling of the cells in a beam. The feeder line and risers can be back filled with water to limit air flow between cells. Multiple beams can be used to achieve the desired buoyancy.

Floating Drive On Dry Dock Assembly Having A Supporting Beam

US Patent:
5931113, Aug 3, 1999
Filed:
Sep 12, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/928878
Inventors:
W. Allan Eva - Cleveland OH
David T. Faber - Cleveland OH
Assignee:
Ocean Innovations, Inc. - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263
Abstract:
A floating, drive-on dock for personal or commercial watercraft is assembled from a combination of hollow, air-tight floatation units. The dock includes a beam formed from a plurality of floatation units coupled together positioned underneath and attached to the dock to provide transverse support and lift for the floatation units and thereby reduce bowing or flexion when substantial forces are exerted, such as by large size watercraft, on the dock surface. Additionally, at least one of the floatation units that form the beam includes an aperture so that the buoyancy of that unit can be adjusted.

Floating Drive-On Dry Dock Assembly

US Patent:
5682833, Nov 4, 1997
Filed:
Jun 21, 1996
Appl. No.:
8/667739
Inventors:
W. Allan Eva - Fort Lauderdale FL
David T. Faber - Fort Lauderdale FL
Assignee:
Jet Dock Licensing, Inc. - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263
Abstract:
A floating, drive-on dry dock assembly for a small craft is assembled from two kinds of hollow floatation units, tall units and short units. The units are interconnected so that their top surfaces are substantially coplanar. The units are arranged to form two arms which support the hull of the craft on each side of the longitudinal center line of the craft. The entire length of each arm is made up of tall units except the distal end portions of each arm which may be made up of short units. The short units are able to flex downward as a craft begins to ride up on the dock because of the location of the connection between adjacent units. The tall units, however, cannot flex relative to each other nearly to the same extent as the short units, and so they form a stable generally planar surface. The distal ends of the arms are connected to each other by an upside down short unit. The short units are proportioned so that the uppermost surface of each is out of the water both when the dock is empty and when a craft is "parked" on the dock.

Floating Drive-On Dry Dock Assembly

US Patent:
5529013, Jun 25, 1996
Filed:
Jul 11, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/500582
Inventors:
W. Allan Eva - Fort Lauderdale FL
David T. Faber - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263
Abstract:
A floating, drive-on dry dock assembly for a small craft is assembled from two kinds of hollow floatation units, tall units and short units. The units are interconnected so that their top surfaces are substantially coplanar. The units are arranged to form two arms which support the hull of the craft on each side of the longitudinal center line of the craft. The entire length of each arm is made up of tall units except the distal end portions of each arm which may be made up of short units. The short units are able to flex downward as a craft begins to ride up on the dock because of the location of the connection between adjacent units. The tall units, however, cannot flex relative to each other nearly to the same extent as the short units, and so they form a stable generally planar surface. The distal ends of the arms are connected to each other by an upside down short unit. The short units are proportioned so that the uppermost surface of each is out of the water both when the dock is empty and when a craft is "parked" on the dock.

Floating Drive-On Dry Dock Assembly

US Patent:
5947050, Sep 7, 1999
Filed:
Oct 29, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/960422
Inventors:
W. Allan Eva - Fort Lauderdale FL
David T. Faber - Fort Lauderdale FL
Assignee:
Ocean Innovations, Inc. - Fort Lauderdale FL
International Classification:
B63B 3544
US Classification:
114263
Abstract:
A floating, drive-on dry dock assembly for a small craft is assembled from two kinds of hollow floatation units, tall units and short units. The units are interconnected so that their top surfaces are substantially coplanar. The units are arranged to form two arms which support the hull of the craft on each side of the longitudinal center line of the craft. The entire length of each arm is made up of tall units except the distal end portions of each arm which may be made up of short units. The short units are able to flex downward as a craft begins to ride up on the dock because of the location of the connection between adjacent units. The tall units, however, cannot flex relative to each other nearly to the same extent as the short units, and so they form a stable generally planar surface. The distal ends of the arms are connected to each other by an upside down short unit. The short units are proportioned so that the uppermost surface of each is out of the water both when the dock is empty and when a craft is "parked" on the dock.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

A Guide To Drawing With Infotrac

Author:
David L. Faber
ISBN #:
0155062107

A Guide To Drawing

Author:
David L. Faber
ISBN #:
0495006947

A Guide To Drawing

Author:
David L. Faber
ISBN #:
0534246524

A Guide To Drawing

Author:
David L. Faber
ISBN #:
0534624960

The Faber Report: Cnbc's ""the Brain"" Tells You How Wall Street Really Works And How You Can Make It Work For You

Author:
David Faber
ISBN #:
0316087424

The Faber Report: How Wall Street Really Works-And How You Can Make It Work For You

Author:
David Faber
ISBN #:
0316164925

Speaking For England: Leo, Julian And John Amery, The Tragedy Of A Political Family

Author:
David Faber
ISBN #:
0743256883

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