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Indiana, United States
February 27, 2010
Contact Info:

Thomas Michael Harmon

*** *. ******* ***.

Mitchell, Indiana 47446

United States

Home: (812) - 849-6509

Cell: (765) - 490-7565


Carlisle Industrial Brake and Friction (03/31/2008 - 03/12/2009) - Machinist

Bloomington, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Roselyn Reiter - 812-***-****; Contact:Yes

Salary: $17.87 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Setup and run computer for the Duson, Okumas, uploaded and downloaded on

disc. Checking parts with 20-30 calibrated instruments for tolerance. Inventory of

parts ran, and in stock. Replacing tools and inserts. Made and assembled brakes for

the armored hummer.(Laid Off)

Harmon Trucking (02/20/2006 - 03/21/2008) - Owner/Operater

Mitchell, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Thomas Harmon - 765-***-****; Contact:Yes

Salary: $14.00 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Pulled containers out of Chicago,Ill from railroad yards. Had 3 accounts.(

Fuel prices put me out of business.)

Lafayette Masonry (03/20/1991 - 02/11/2006) - Driver/Warehouse/Supervisor/Stock Clerk

Lafayette, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Greg Brown - 765-***-****; Contact:Yes

Salary: $15.00 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Delivery driver, drove a 20 ton boom truck, and semi flatbed trailer, with

teladine to unload. Delivered mason material to contractors. (Bricks, mortar, sand.)

Warehouse, inventory ordering material and stocking. Unloading and loading trucks.

Supervised 3 men. Also drove a single axel dump truck to deliver sand. Forklift


(Went to work for myself.)

West Point Telephone Co. (02/02/1981 - 02/02/1991) - Lineman/Construction/Supervisor/

Cable Slicer/Myers Pump Techinician West Point, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Gary Cheeseman - 765-***-****; Contact:Yes

Salary: $10.00 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Installed and repaired telepone lines underground and on telephone poles.

Installed with a ditchwhitch, and backhoe. Underground boreing. Installed phone lines

in residential and business. Operated a DMS-10 computer that I would send tapes to

the bank of Illinois for billing. Cheeseman contruction, we would work on farms from

water lines to repairing livestock equipment. Also residential (jack of all trades).

Electrician, Plumber, Water pumps.

Globle Protection (01/30/1977 - 01/30/1981) - Security Guard

Lafayette, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Gary Jacob - ?; Contact:Yes Have current gun permit

Salary: $7.00 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Made security rounds at General Foods plant and make sure building was secure.

(General Foods moved out of Lafayette.)

Fairfeild Manufacturing (02/02/1973 - 01/28/1977) - Machinist

Lafayette, Indiana United States

Supervisor: Rosco - ?; Contact:Yes

Salary: $7.00 per hour

Hours per week: 40

Duties: Lathe operator, milling, drillpress. (Was laid off)



Vincennes University (07/25/2008}

Vincennes, Indiana

United States

Degree: - Major: Mfg. Technology

GPA: 3.0

Jefferson High School-Diploma-Class Of 1973

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Production laborer,maintenance,general cleaning,all power tools,

jackhammer,small front end loader,power sweeper,pick,prybar,wheel barrow, brick laying,

conveyors experience,worked in high places, scaffolding building, tourching,eletrician

plumber,backhoe,all warehouse experience,machinist,carpenter,sodering,farm experience.

CDL Class-A, Certificate, At the Michigan center for truck safety.Blueprint reading.

Certificate Word, Excel, PC.Production worker,Production machinery repairs,Machinery

maintenance servicers,Maintenance repairers,General utility,Machine operator,Wire welder

Loading machine operator,Grader,Bulldozer,Scraper,Forklift/Industrial truck operator,

Production supervisor,Employee training,Material planning,Production planning,Equipment

oversight,Safety oriented,Trucking/logistics industry,Multi-task,Self-starter,Working

indoors/outdoors,Good computer skills,Dispatcher,Installation technician,Service technician,

Material handling,Inventory,Ordering,Warehouse,Factory worker.Assembly techinician,

Mechanical techinician.Determine various carrier capabilities, performance and safety standards.

Provide feedback and coordinate shipment status and to various customers.

Expedite shipments by determining the most cost effective manner.

Route shipments; utilize shipment characteristics to include pieces, commodity, weight,

destination and required delivery date; prepare all necessary documents for commercial carrier.

Arrange for the pickup of freight or cargo and iensure delivery.

Document, research and resolve material damages, overages and shortages.

For exported freight, verify the proper Customs Clearance documents meet

specific country's Import requirements where material will be delivered.

Perform tracking, validation, payment, cross-referencing and reconciling

balances for various transportation billings. This includes coordinating with

various commercial carriers, vendors, and various DoD customers to ensure accurate

payment methods; validate payment amounts and the ensure proper use of Transportation Account Codes (TAC).

Research and resolve all problems and rejects within the computer databases.

May utilize Power Track, MTMS-FM, ISLSMIS, ETA, FACTS, and other DoD and commercial carrier

systems to maintain, extract and update data.

CNC Operator. Plan,program,manage,receive,renovate,store,issue,ship and demilitarize.

Scanning equipment,unloading railcars,

explosive handler,unloading and unloading weapons,working with gun powder,

loading shells and bullets,banding equipment,

crew leader.Montitoring of equipment,pumps,gauges,valves and meters in waterflow. Operatedsludge pumps.

Replaced and checked water tanks leaks and proper flow.

Made daily reports.receives, verifies, sorts and classifies, warehouses and issues a variety of excess

hazardous and surplus property; reviews disposal turn-in documents accompanying material

and compares agains material;

identifies sorts and segregates precious metals;

determines the need for special handling and/or special storage of certain property;

operate fork lifts and other material handling equipment.Maintains liaison with generators to schedule turn-ins

to avoid unmanageable fluctuations in workload.Operates a variety of forklift trucks varying in capacity from

2,000-l5,000 pounds up to 168 inches to move,

load and unload, stack or un-stack palletized materials, supplies, and equipment from point of pick up

to designated,location;ensures proper handling to eliminate damage to cargo. Knowledge of technical practice,

knowledge of materials,

knowledge of warehousing practices dexterity and safety.Examples of qualifying experience are: receives, verifies,

sorts and classifies,

warehouses and issues a variety of excess hazardous and surplus property; reviews disposal turn-in documents

accompanying material and compares agains material;identifies sorts and segregates precious metals;

determines the need for special handling and/or special storage of certain property; operate fork lifts and other material handling equipment.

Responsible for the pre-receipt/inspection/receipt/storage/handling of hazardous property. Makes routine determinations through

coordination with turn-in activities if property is a Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service (DRMS) disposal responsibility and if the DRMO

will take only accountability or accountability and custody of the hazardous property. Performs pre-receipt examination of property on site

at the generation point and assures that the receipt documentation is in order, that the container is non-leaking and safe to handle, and that all labels,

placards or other markings are on the property prior to the transportation of that property to the DRMO. Rejects property not meeting

turn-in requirements and coordinates with turn-in activity to assist in correcting those problems. Routinely determines the nature

(e.g. flammable, toxic, acid) and degree of the particular hazard involved. Assures that DRMO turn-in requirements for hazardous property are met.

Performs the hazardous property storage area inspection daily to assure that property is accurately accounted for, identified, stored, and that any necessary

measure is performed to compensate for deteriorated containers. Receives, verifies, sorts and classifies, warehouses, and issues a variety of excess surplus

property including vehicles and large items stored in outdoor storage areas adjacent to the scrap yard and scrap material to include downgraded

usable commodities and equipment from military and civilian agencies. Reviews disposal turn-in document (DTID) accompanying material and compares

data against property. Takes action to have incorrect or incomplete data corrected or completed prior to acceptance for processing, when feasible.

Determines whether an item has commercial value in excess of its basic material content. Downgrades property to scrap as necessary.

Identifies and segregates precious metals. Batch-lots material by demil code and condition and verifies accuracy of demilitarization codes.

Challenges questionable items/codes, and maintains segregated storage of property. Inspects generators' pre-segregation of material.

Sorts material into "clean" and "unclean" categories, considering the presence of two or more metals in the same item.

As required, identifies scrap by visual, spark, chemical, magnetic, and other test methods. Signs documentation for receipt of material and completes input.


Roselyn Reiter 1-812-***-**** Bloomington,IN

Denise Harris 1-812-***-**** Mitchell,IN

Betty Gowins 1-765-***-**** Lafayette,IN