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James L Kusiak

age ~44

from Grand Rapids, MI

Also known as:
  • James Louis Kusiak
  • James Kusiak
  • Jessica Kusiak
  • James U
  • James K
  • Jim Kusiak
  • James C
1438 Hillsboro Ave, Grand Rapids, MI 49546616-5760553

James Kusiak Phones & Addresses

  • 1438 Hillsboro Ave, Grand Rapids, MI 49546 • 616-5760553 • 616-6760553 • 616-6545244
  • 465 Jefferson Dr, Michigan Center, MI 49254 • 517-6545244 • 616-6760553
  • Saint Joseph, MI
  • 321 Pamela Cir, Brooklyn, MI 49230 • 517-6545244 • 616-6760553
  • East Lansing, MI

Work

  • Company:
    Varnum llp - Grand Rapids, MI
    Jul 2013
  • Position:
    Messenger

Education

  • School / High School:
    Michigan State University- East Lansing, MI
    1995
  • Specialities:
    Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications

Skills

10+ years experience in shipping/receiving • managing multiple shipments under tight ... • maintaining all shipment records. Accus... • Microsoft Office • AS400 • IPRO • Professional Capture • Lotus Notes • UPS Worldship • FedEx Ship Manager and other software pa...

Industries

Furniture

Resumes

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    James Kusiak Grand Rapids, MI

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  • Work:
    VARNUM LLP
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Jul 2013 to Aug 2013
    Messenger
    PITNEY BOWES LEGAL SOLUTIONS
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Jul 2000 to Jul 2013
    Shipping and Receiving Clerk / Quality Control
    Self Employed
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Oct 2004 to May 2009
    Videographer
    WELG-22 East Lansing Community Television
    East Lansing, MI
    May 1999 to Dec 1999
    Production Assistant Intern
    MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
    East Lansing, MI
    Jul 1998 to Dec 1999
    Telemarketer
    KELLY SERVICES
    Grand Rapids, MI
    Jun 1997 to Aug 1997
    Temporary Agent
    VIDEO MASTER
    Kentwood, MI
    Jun 1996 to Aug 1996
    Customer Service
    SELF-EMPLOYMENT
    Grand Rapids, MI
    1995 to 1996
    Lawn Service & House Sitter
  • Education:
    Michigan State University
    East Lansing, MI
    1995 to 1999
    Bachelor of Arts in Telecommunications
  • Skills:
    10+ years experience in shipping/receiving, managing multiple shipments under tight deadlines on a day to day basis. Detail oriented, maintaining all shipment records. Accustomed to handling confidential records. Coordinated truckload and LTL shipments. Computer skills include Windows, Microsoft Office, AS400, IPRO, Professional Capture, Lotus Notes, UPS Worldship, FedEx Ship Manager and other software packages
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    Program Manager At Haworth

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  • Location:
    Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan Area
  • Industry:
    Furniture

Us Patents

  • Battery Storage Tray

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  • US Patent:
    D3218562, Nov 26, 1991
  • Filed:
    Sep 28, 1989
  • Appl. No.:
    7/414078
  • Inventors:
    Warwick M. Whitley - Lynn Haven FL
    James L. Kusiak - Grand Rapids MI
  • Assignee:
    Attwood Corporation - Lowell MI
  • US Classification:
    D13119
  • Marine Propeller With Breakaway Hub

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  • US Patent:
    52016790, Apr 13, 1993
  • Filed:
    Dec 13, 1991
  • Appl. No.:
    7/806653
  • Inventors:
    Carl J. Velte - Grand Rapids MI
    James L. Kusiak - Grand Rapids MI
  • Assignee:
    Attwood Corporation - Lowell MI
  • International Classification:
    B63H 120
  • US Classification:
    440 49
  • Abstract:
    A marine propeller with break away hub has an insert cavity with pentagonal cross section extending coaxially with the axis of rotation of the propeller, along at least a portion of the length of the propeller. A resilient insert corresponding to the insert cavity is positioned in the insert cavity. The insert is sized for slip fit with the cavity and is adapted for connection with a propeller drive shaft. Preferably, the insert has a cylindrical aperture with a series of grooves disposed circumferentially thereabout extending coaxially through the insert and the insert is connected with the propeller shaft through a shaft sleeve. The shaft sleeve corresponds to the aperture in the insert, has a cylindrical outer surface with a series of teeth disposed circumferentially thereabout, and has a mounting aperture extending coaxially through the shaft sleeve. The shaft sleeve is sized for hand force slip fit engagement with the insert. The mounting aperture is adapted for mounting the marine propeller on the propeller shaft.
  • Centrifugal Water Pump

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  • US Patent:
    49136208, Apr 3, 1990
  • Filed:
    Jun 14, 1988
  • Appl. No.:
    7/206530
  • Inventors:
    James L. Kusiak - Grand Rapids MI
    John E. Seevers - Ada MI
  • Assignee:
    Attwood Corporation - Lowell MI
  • International Classification:
    F04D 700
  • US Classification:
    4152111
  • Abstract:
    A centrifugal water pump especially adapted for fish and live bait live wells in which the pumping chamber is horizontally oriented and such chamber has two wall portions or sectors of different radii, one wall portion having a radius substantially the same as the outermost radial path of the impeller blades of the impeller and the other wall portion being substantially greater, such wall portions being connected by spaced walls, one of the walls being located immediately adjacent the upwardly extending passageway of the outlet of the pump. In the preferred embodiment, a divider wall is located and extends longitudinally in the passageway of said outlet dividing said passageway into two passageways.
  • Adjustable Backrest For A Chair

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  • US Patent:
    55118526, Apr 30, 1996
  • Filed:
    Feb 25, 1993
  • Appl. No.:
    8/022138
  • Inventors:
    James L. Kusiak - Grand Rapids MI
    Rodney C. Schoenfelder - Minneapolis MN
  • Assignee:
    Herman Miller, Inc. - Zeeland MI
  • International Classification:
    A47C 300
  • US Classification:
    2973014
  • Abstract:
    An apparatus is provided for adjusting the position of a backrest relative to a chair seat. The backrest includes an elongated stem having a curved lower portion. Preferably, a spring operably engages the stem to bias it in an upward direction. A housing is adapted to slidably receive the curved portion of the stem and guide the spring. A latch mechanism is adapted to engage the stem to lock the backrest in a desired position, and an actuator member is adapted to move the latch mechanism between an engaged and disengaged position. In operation, the latch mechanism is disengaged to allow the backrest stem to move in a curvilinear path to a desired height and corresponding angular position, and reengaged to lock the backrest stem in said position.

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