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After making sales calls on the West Coast in 1962 with San Francisco-based sales rep Everett Appleton, Cameron got Albany to add San Carlos, CA, and Dallas branches to its Boston and Chicago sites. He joined Southern Fastening Systems in 1989 as manager of manufacturing engineers.In 1980 Cameron joined Allied Stainless and worked until the company moved to Wisconsin. He and two other ex-Southern employees started Southern Screw Products in 1990 after Southern Fastening broke up.In his 22 years with Aero Stop Nut, he and Sid Greendorfer, Bob Greendorfer and Leonard Robinowitz built Aero and its sister divisions at Fastener City. He authored numerous technical papers instructed engineers on using correct fasteners and he led fastener manufacturers to meet new developments in industrial bolting.He retired as general manager/vice president of Aero Stop Nut in 1993. He served in many capacities with ISO, ANSI, ASTM, ASME and SAE.2001 – Peter Bossard, 63, chairman of Bossard Holdings AG and an elected official in Züg, Switzerland, was one of 14 people killed in an armed attack in the parliament building.In the 170 years of the Bossard family fastener company, in every one of the six generations one of the owners devoted a major portion of time to local and regional politics and public affairs.He recently helped produce a Guide to Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing. Alderisio, 71, founder of Captive Fastener Corporation.He led the fastener manufacturing company from its start in 1974 in Midland Park, NJ, to two manufacturing facilities in Oakland, NJ.
It was an excellent way to learn what the product looked like,” she explained in her 1993 NIFS Hall of Fame induction speech. Carmack, 77, started his career with Triplett Corp.
The Boyd Bolt also was in a comedic cameo in a scene in the HBO miniseries “From the Earth to the Moon.” 2015 – James F. Brennan Company in 1958, which became Brennan Tools & Fastening Systems. for more than 20 years and was the 1976-77 president of the National Fastener Distributors Association. Mike was not only knowledgeable about the equipment and capabilities, but he was always good for a laugh, as well! 2001 – Harriet Callahan, 68, retired business manager of in 1979.
Braden, 83, was co-author of “Mechanical Fastening of Plastics” and a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Fastener Standards Committee. Bradley, 80, of Urbandale, IA, founded Bradley Fastener & Supply Inc. Breed, former vice president of Lamson & Sessions Co. He was one of 18 founding members of the Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association in 1976 and a board member of the Associated General Contractors. In 1980 they founded the New England Wire & Cable Club. In 1937 Cameron took a summer job with Anti-Corrosive Metal Products Co. By 1939 she was firmly established in the fastener industry as executive secretary to Anti-Corrosive president Edmund Bainbridge and the summer job became a 56-year career.
2005 – Frank Akstens had been manager of standards and staff engineer with the Industrial Fasteners Institute.
“During the late 1980s when the counterfeit bolting issues surfaced, he was instrumental in developing extensive import/export intelligence and then used this to help U. Customs identify shipments,” wrote IFI colleague Charlie Wilson.