Franklin C Jones, Age 8528 Alden St, Springfield, MA 01109

Franklin Jones Phones & Addresses

28 Alden St, Springfield, MA 01109

30 Alden St, Springfield, MA 01109

745 Saint Michaels Dr, Bowie, MD 20721

Mitchellville, MD

Cambridge, MA

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Professional Records

License Records

Franklin Lawrence Jones

Licenses:
License #: 81408 - Active
Category: Nursing
Issued Date: Mar 7, 2016
Effective Date: Mar 7, 2016
Expiration Date: Oct 31, 2018
Type: Registered Nurse

Franklin Lawrence Jones

Licenses:
License #: 9426 - Expired
Category: Nursing
Issued Date: Feb 10, 2016
Effective Date: Mar 7, 2016
Expiration Date: Apr 10, 2016
Type: Registered Nurse - Temporary

Resumes

Resumes

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Position:
President at Valencia Manor Care Inc.
Location:
San Bernardino, California
Industry:
Hospital & Health Care
Work:
Valencia Manor Care Inc. since Jan 2011
President
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United States
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Franklin Jones - Jacksonville, FL

Work:
Sunrise Senior Living - Arlington, VA Nov 2011 to May 2014
Residents Care Coordinator / Activities Assistant
Hartwood Foundation, Inc - Fairfax, VA Nov 2011 to Mar 2012
Program Manager
Fair Oaks Feb 2008 to Nov 2011
Patient Registration Rep
Ohio Health - Columbus, OH Mar 2006 to Dec 2007
Registration Manager
ResCare Central Ohio - Columbus, OH Jul 2005 to Dec 2006
Assistant Home Manager
Mount Carmel Health System - Columbus, OH Jul 2003 to Jul 2005
Service Coordinator
Education:
Northern Virginia Community College 2012
Information Management
Scott Vocational Institute - Columbus, OH 1980 to 1981
Medical Assistance
Ohio Dominican University - Columbus, OH 2002
Bachelors of Science in Business Administration
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Franklin Jones - Danville, KY

Work:
Franklin Jones Photography Aug 2010 to 2000
Photographer
Rick Rhodes Photography - Charleston, SC May 2010 to Aug 2010
Internship
Gallaudet University - Washington, DC Apr 2008 to Dec 2008
Student Assistant
Mimi's Cafe - Charleston, SC May 2007 to Aug 2008
Dishwasher
United Parcel Service - Landover, MD Nov 2006 to Mar 2007
Pre-Loader
United States Postal Service - Charleston, SC Nov 2004 to Aug 2006
Mail Clerk
United Health Group - Duncan, SC Aug 2005 to Jan 2006
Stock Clerk
Seeber USA - Duncan, SC Jun 2002 to Aug 2003
Machine Operator
Education:
Trident Technical College - Charleston, SC Jan 2009 to Jan 2010
AA in Commercial Graphics
Skills:
DSLR Digital Photography Adobe Light Room 2/Adobe Photoshop CS5 PC/MAC Black/White film Processing/Printing Microsoft Word and Excel Typing 50 WPM

Business Records

Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Franklin J. Jones
Director
California Casualty Management Company
Franklin T Jones COTTONWOOD CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Franklin D. Jones DREAM LEASING, LLC
Franklin T. Jones
President
Prime Source Code Inc 2726 12 St, Washington, DC 20018
Franklin C. Jones
President
J. FRASOLIDE'S INC 32 Hancock St, Springfield, MA 01109
28 Alden St, Springfield, MA 01109
Franklin Jones
Secretary
JINXEY'S CAFE, INC 32 Hancock St, Springfield, MA 01109
168 Thompson St, Springfield, MA

Publications

Us Patents

Slewing Power Supply For Programmable Phase Shifter Drive

US Patent:
4686448, Aug 11, 1987
Filed:
Aug 1, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/891822
Inventors:
Franklin B. Jones - Baltimore MD
Charles S. Kerfoot - Pasadena MD
Walter E. Milberger - Severna Park MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
G05F 170
US Classification:
323212
Abstract:
A programmable slewing power supply is used to drive microwave phase shifters according to a command signal from a system controller using: a Milberger converter; a power source; a rectifying circuit; two differential amplifier circuits; and two comparator amplifier circuits. The Milberger converter outputs a combined square wave which it produces by combining two independent square waves which add or cancel. The power source receives the combined square wave and outputs: a reference voltage, a positive voltage signal; and a negative voltage signal. The rectifying circuit produces a rectified command signal by rectifying the command signal from the system controller. The two differential amplifier circuits respectively measure the positive and negative voltage signals with respect to the reference voltage to produce a measured positive voltage signal, and a measured negative voltage signal. The comparator operational amplifiers produce complementary outputs to drive the phase shifters by respectively comparing the measured positive and negative voltage signals with the rectified command signal.

High Power Self Commutating Semiconductor Switch

US Patent:
5283463, Feb 1, 1994
Filed:
Mar 5, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/846108
Inventors:
Ngon B. Nguyen - Jessup MD
Franklin B. Jones - Catonsville MD
Charles S. Kerfoot - Pasadena MD
Gene A. DiGennaro - Dundalk MD
Assignee:
Westinghouse Electric Corp. - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
H01L 2302
H01L 2312
H01L 2316
US Classification:
257692
Abstract:
In one embodiment, the invention is a packaged high power electronic switch in the form of a semiconductor chip having metalized planar cathode and anode terminals and a gate terminal. A refractory annular ring has planar open end faces and side walls having stepped portions. A pair of thermally and electrically conductive planar substrates is bonded to the opposite end faces of the annular ring and is maintained in spaced relation thereby, forming an enclosed space. At least one conductive strap within the space is supported by the stepped portion of the internal side wall and extends to one of the substrates forming an electrical and thermal path. One of said conductive substrates receives one of the planar terminals of the chip in intimate electrical and thermal contact. The strap is electrically coupled to the other of said terminals, for forming a high current path between the substrates via the strap. Additional components, such as a commutating diode and gate protection zener diode, may be employed and provide a self protected switch assembly.

Precision High Voltage Fet Pulse Sense And Clamp Apparatus Statement Of Government Interest

US Patent:
4939450, Jul 3, 1990
Filed:
Mar 17, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/324841
Inventors:
Walter E. Milberger - Severna Park MD
Franklin B. Jones - Catonsville MD
Charles S. Kerfoot - Pasadena MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
G01R 1922
G01R 136
US Classification:
324119
Abstract:
A high voltage pulse regulator which is capable of measuring and correcting voltage perturbations on the top of a high voltage square wave pulse is disclosed. The regulator uses: a rectifying diode, an oscilloscope, a variable zener diode, a variable biasing current source and pulse capacitor. The rectifying diode receives and rectifies the high voltage square wave pulse from a high voltage pulse source to produce a rectified square wave pulse. The rectified square wave pulse is received and regulated to a voltage level acceptable to the oscilloscope by the variable zener diode pulse capacitor, and current source, which are connected together in a parallel circuit and act as follows. The variable zener diode is activated by the biasing current. Therefore, when there is no biasing current, the pulse capacitor and rectifying diode act as a peak detector, and the high voltage square wave pulse is adjusted down within a threshold of detection by the oscilloscope, when a bias current is applied to the variable zener diode, a threshold detector is established which permits the top of the pulse to be viewed on the oscilloscope display.

Modular Solid State Relay

US Patent:
5463252, Oct 31, 1995
Filed:
Oct 1, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/130401
Inventors:
Franklin B. Jones - Catonsville MD
Ngon B. Nguyen - Jessup MD
Leroy Laurandeau - Cockeysville MD
Assignee:
Westinghouse Electric Corp. - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
H01L 2316
H01L 3902
US Classification:
257723
Abstract:
A solid state circuit breaker utilizing fast acting solid state relays which are made up of individual switching circuit modules using silicon metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors or silicon carbide metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistors. Depending on the power requirements, the individual modules may be arranged to provide heat dissipation while at the same time minimizing the total overall space occupied in the circuit breaker.

Miniature High Performance Pulsed Modulator Apparatus

US Patent:
4577166, Mar 18, 1986
Filed:
Aug 22, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/643201
Inventors:
Walter E. Milberger - Severna Park MD
Franklin B. Jones - Baltimore MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
H03K 708
US Classification:
332 9T
Abstract:
A pulsed modulator apparatus having a ground deck clock driver unit to provide pulse stretching and on-off trigger signals for a floating deck transistor switch unit. Voltage isolation is achieved between the ground and floating deck units through the use of trigger transformers.

Rf Stability Measuring System For Mti Radars

US Patent:
5124708, Jun 23, 1992
Filed:
Feb 25, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/661031
Inventors:
David C. Mackes - Catonsville MD
Franklin B. Jones - Catonsville MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
G01S 740
US Classification:
342174
Abstract:
The disclosed system comprises a testing system which measures the stability of a moving target indicator radar transmitter. It automatically measures the imperfections of its internal in-phase (I)/quadrature (Q) demodulator, and it consists of a control computer, a synchronizer, a frequency synthesizer, an IQ demodulator, a low noise amplifier and a waveform recorder. A unit under test is inserted across the test set for measurement and calibration. The system set has the following features: (a) An automatic calibration routine that requires a tunable RF source. This source provides the RF drive to the UUT. (b) A discontinuous analog to digital (A/D) sample clock that has a precise controllable relationship with the RF pulse. The A/D sample clock samples only during the presence of the RF. (c) A method for computing stability using a table of amplitude and phase weighting coefficients and pulse positions.

Domino Effect Amplifier

US Patent:
4897617, Jan 30, 1990
Filed:
Feb 28, 1989
Appl. No.:
7/318211
Inventors:
Walter E. Milberger - Severna Park MD
Franklin B. Jones - Catonsville MD
Charles S. Kerfoot - Pasadena MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
H03F 316
US Classification:
330277
Abstract:
This high voltage linear FET amplifier operates at voltage levels of ten's of thousand's of volts with power dissipation capabilities in the kilowatt range. It is a broadband device which features power amplification from DC to frequencies well in excess of 100 KHz. The amplifier uses a unity-gain inverting amplifier as its basic building block. N-number of these building blocks are stacked to accommodate whatever voltage stand-off level is desired. To operate stacked high voltage amplifiers, it is necessary to provide a bias shift (reference) progressively increasing in equal increments from the ground reference stage to the highest voltage level stage while preserving the fidelity of the signal applied to the first stage. This is done by establishing a phantom ground at all amplifiers for each progressive bias level.

Quadrature Switch Apparatus For Multi Mode Phase Shift Drivers

US Patent:
4683387, Jul 28, 1987
Filed:
Dec 3, 1985
Appl. No.:
6/804194
Inventors:
Franklin B. Jones - Baltimore MD
Walter E. Milberger - Severna Park MD
Charles S. Kerfoot - Pasadena MD
Assignee:
The United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air
Force - Washington DC
International Classification:
H03K 17687
H03K 1916
H01J 2970
US Classification:
307571
Abstract:
A field effect transistor (FET) quadrature switch for the control of multi mode microwave phase shifters provides bi-directional random mode switching while using only one power supply. The switch apparatus provides high speed, high voltage, and high-current switching while reducing the stand off voltage requirement of the linear driver, the number of switching elements which are required for mechanization, and reducing the size, weight and the complexity of the apparatus.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Culturally Proficient Schools: Overcoming The Barriers To Resistance And Entitlement

Author:
Franklin Campbell Jones
ISBN #:
0761946810

How To Survive Middle Age

Author:
Franklin Jones
ISBN #:
0595368646

Operation: Why You Wanna Go There

Author:
Franklin Jones
ISBN #:
0915433001

The Public And Private Letters Of Franklin Jones, Sr

Author:
Franklin Jones
ISBN #:
0915433109

The Pleasure Of Painting Three Mediums: Oil, Watercolor, Acrylic

Author:
Franklin Jones
ISBN #:
0891340017

Painting Nature: How To Solve Landscape Problems

Author:
Franklin Jones
ISBN #:
0891341196

The Psychology Of Human Development

Author:
Franklin Ross Jones
ISBN #:
0060434228

The Psychology Of Human Development

Author:
Franklin Ross Jones
ISBN #:
0700221883

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