Neil W Stillman, Age 88Mesa, AZ

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Mesa, AZ

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Work

Company: Hilton Apr 2007 to May 2013 Address: Hilton Hotel Position: Pbx phone operator

Education

Degree: Certificate in Business Services School / High School: LESLEY UNIVERSITY 2000 to 2002 Specialities: Business

Skills

Music • Classical • Opera • Social Media • Microsoft Office • Event Planning • PowerPoint • Customer Service • Public Relations • Microsoft Word • Public Speaking • Editing

Interests

I like to listen to classical Music and Opera I also like to bowl and workout as well I like lots of other music to being a radio DJ oldies 70's 80's and blues as well as Beach Music :O)

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Classical Music Radio Dj At 88.7Fm Wfos Chesapeake Public Schools

Position:
PBX Phone Operator at Hilton, Classical music radio DJ at 88.7FM WFOS at Chesapeake Public Schools
Location:
Virginia Beach, Virginia
Industry:
Broadcast Media
Work:
Hilton - Hilton Hotel since Apr 2007
PBX Phone Operator
Chesapeake Public Schools - Chesapeake VA since Sep 1999
Classical music radio DJ at 88.7FM WFOS
Education:
LESLEY UNIVERSITY 2000 - 2002
Certificate in Business Services, Business
Cox High School 1995 - 1998
High School Diploma, Liberal Arts
Skills:
Music, Classical, Opera, Social Media, Microsoft Office, Event Planning, PowerPoint, Customer Service, Public Relations, Microsoft Word, Public Speaking, Editing
Interests:
I like to listen to classical Music and Opera I also like to bowl and workout as well I like lots of other music to being a radio DJ oldies 70's 80's and blues as well as Beach Music :O)

Publications

US Patents

Liquid Treating Electrolytic Cell

US Patent:
4790923, Dec 13, 1988
Filed:
Jul 7, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/070813
Inventors:
Neil W. Stillman - Mesa AZ
International Classification:
C25B 124
C25B 902
C25B 1508
US Classification:
204268
Abstract:
An electrolytic cell for producing a halogen biocide and oxygen in a liquid containing a halogen salt as the liquid is passed therethrough. The electrolytic cell contains a plurality of electrode plates which are mounted in spaced apart parallel relationship in the cell with less than all of the electrtode plates being connectable to a suitable power supply. The cell is configured so that the end edges of at least the electrode plates which are connectable to the power supply are encased in an electrically insulative chemically resistant material to prevent current leakage between those plates.

Bioremediation Yeast And Surfactant Composition

US Patent:
5160488, Nov 3, 1992
Filed:
Sep 14, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/583378
Inventors:
Neil W. Stillman - Mesa AZ
Assignee:
H.sub.2 O Chemists, Inc. - Gilbert AZ
International Classification:
A23L 1202
C12N 118
D06M 1600
C02F 300
US Classification:
4352625
Abstract:
A chemical product and method for accelerated biodegradation of petroleum on water. The chemical product includes a fermentation product portion and a surfactant containing emulsifier portion which has a monosodium glutamate additive.

Method Of Removing Cyanuric Acid From Bather Water

US Patent:
4793935, Dec 27, 1988
Filed:
May 15, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/049996
Inventors:
Neil W. Stillman - Mesa AZ
Assignee:
Applied Biochemists, Inc. - Mequon WI
International Classification:
C02F 154
US Classification:
210729
Abstract:
A method removing cyanuric acid from bather water in swimming pools, spas, and the like. Melamine is added to the bather water in a quantity sufficient to react with the cyanuric acid and form a precipitate. The insoluble precipitate can then be vacuumed or removed through the filtration system of the pool.

Bioremediation Enzymatic Composition

US Patent:
5160525, Nov 3, 1992
Filed:
Mar 14, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/675347
Inventors:
Neil W. Stillman - Mesa AZ
Edward J. Brown - Fairbanks AK
International Classification:
C05G 304
C02F 100
US Classification:
71 641
Abstract:
A chemical product and method for accelerated biodegradation of petroleum on water. The chemical product includes a fermentation product portion and a surfactant containing emulsifier portion which has a monosodium glutamate additive.

Soil Bioremediation Enzymatic Composition

US Patent:
5158595, Oct 27, 1992
Filed:
Sep 14, 1990
Appl. No.:
7/582623
Inventors:
Neil W. Stillman - Mesa AZ
Assignee:
H.sub.2 O Chemists, Inc. - Gilbert AZ
International Classification:
C05G 304
C02F 100
US Classification:
71 641
Abstract:
A soil bioremediation material. A material for improvement of soil conditions includes a mixture of about 85-92% by weight water, about 5-9% by weight molasses from raw sugar, about 2-4% by weight unrefined sugar, about 0. 5-1. 5% by weight malt, about 0. 05-0. 2% by weight yeast with the malt to yeast ratio being in the range of 8:1 to 12:1.

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