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Michael A Gillotti

age ~73

from Sebastopol, CA

Also known as:
  • Michael Anthony Gillotti
  • Michael Gillotti
  • Mike Gillotti
  • Michael I
  • Michaela Gillotti
800 Blessing Way, Sebastopol, CA 95472707-8233391

Michael Gillotti Phones & Addresses

  • 800 Blessing Way, Sebastopol, CA 95472 • 707-8233391
  • 6979 Baker Ln, Sebastopol, CA 95472 • 707-8233391
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Petaluma, CA
  • Cotati, CA

Work

  • Company:
    Cch a wolter kluwer business
    Apr 2011 to Sep 2013
  • Position:
    Sales representative

Education

  • Degree:
    Bachelor of Science
  • School / High School:
    UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON
    1983 to 1987
  • Specialities:
    Marketing

Awards

2009 President's Club • 2008 President’s Club (247% of Quota) •  2008 Team Work Award – Account Manager and Sales Specialist •  2007 President’s Club (292% of Quota) •  2007 National Account Manager of the Year •  2006 Computer Systems Most Improved Account Manager Award •  2006 300 Club (142% of Quota) •  2005 Mid West Computer Division Teamwork Award •  2005 300 Club Award (109% of Quota) •  2001 MVP of the Pittsburgh Region •  2000 Presidents Club (190% of Quota) •  2000 Document Management Solutions Consultant of the Year •  1999 Presidents Club (129% of Quota) •  1998 300 Club (103% of Quota) •  1997 Presidents Club (169% of Quota) •  1997 #1 ranking in Percentage Over Quota •  1997 #1 ranking in Sales Percentage Increase, 79.5% •  1996 300 Club (166% of Quota) •  1996 #1 Ranking in Percentage Over Quota

Industries

Accounting

Resumes

  • Michael Gillotti Photo 1

    Sales Representative, Accounting And Audit At Cch A Wolters Kluwer Business

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  • Position:
    Sales Representative at CCH a Wolter Kluwer business
  • Location:
    United States
  • Industry:
    Accounting
  • Work:
    CCH a Wolter Kluwer business since Apr 2011
    Sales Representative

    The Reynolds and Reynolds Company May 2002 - Apr 2011
    Account Manager

    The Reynolds and Reynolds Company 2000 - 2002
    Solution Specialist

    The Reynolds and Reynolds Company 1993 - 2000
    Business Forms Representative

    Cellular One of Ohio Oct 1991 - Dec 1993
    Key Account Rep
  • Education:
    UNIVERSITY OF DAYTON 1983 - 1987
    Bachelor of Science, Marketing
  • Honor & Awards:
    2009 President's Club 2008 President’s Club (247% of Quota)  2008 Team Work Award – Account Manager and Sales Specialist  2007 President’s Club (292% of Quota)  2007 National Account Manager of the Year  2006 Computer Systems Most Improved Account Manager Award  2006 300 Club (142% of Quota)  2005 Mid West Computer Division Teamwork Award  2005 300 Club Award (109% of Quota)  2001 MVP of the Pittsburgh Region  2000 Presidents Club (190% of Quota)  2000 Document Management Solutions Consultant of the Year  1999 Presidents Club (129% of Quota)  1998 300 Club (103% of Quota)  1997 Presidents Club (169% of Quota)  1997 #1 ranking in Percentage Over Quota  1997 #1 ranking in Sales Percentage Increase, 79.5%  1996 300 Club (166% of Quota)  1996 #1 Ranking in Percentage Over Quota

Us Patents

  • Self-Locking Hinge

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  • US Patent:
    6539584, Apr 1, 2003
  • Filed:
    Nov 1, 2001
  • Appl. No.:
    10/004203
  • Inventors:
    Michael Gillotti - Sebastopol CA,
  • International Classification:
    E05D 1106
  • US Classification:
    16371, 16374, 16327, 16324, 16326, 16334, 16252
  • Abstract:
    A self-locking hinge is comprised of a housing with spaced side walls, and a cogged wheel positioned between the side walls. A pair of slots are respectively positioned on the interior surfaces of the side walls. A stop is connected between the side walls in alignment with the slots. An axle positioned through a center of the cogged wheel has opposite ends positioned in the slots. The cogged wheel is secured in position when it is biased against the stop by springs positioned in the slots and engaged against the ends of the axle. The cogged wheel is pivotable when it is pushed away from the stop against the springs, and is automatically biased against the stop and secured in position when it is released.
  • Farm Implement

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  • US Patent:
    20100140021, Jun 10, 2010
  • Filed:
    Dec 4, 2008
  • Appl. No.:
    12/328235
  • Inventors:
    Michael Gillotti - Sebastopol CA,
  • International Classification:
    B66F 9/12
    A01C 11/00
  • US Classification:
    187237, 111100
  • Abstract:
    A device for increasing the spacing of pots in an open area configured for attachment to a vertically actuatable fork lift supported by a moving vehicle such as a tractor. The device includes a horizontally extending member, plurality of forks, each fork including parallel rails, a first end of the parallel rails being appended to a continuous drive located within the horizontally extending member and a reversible motor geared to the continuous drive such that when the reversible motor is actuated in the first direction, the forks are caused to separate from one another and when the reversible motor is actuated in the second direction, the forks are caused to move closer to one another. A series of longitudinally extending members are provided extending from the horizontal member along each of the parallel rails, each longitudinally extending member supporting a plurality of flippers, each flipper being spaced apart from the adjacent flipper on each of the longitudinally extending members such that when the longitudinally extending members are in a first orientation, the flippers extend horizontally from the parallel rails and when the rods are in a second orientation, the flippers extend vertically from the parallel rails. The flippers assume horizontal or vertical orientations depending upon whether pots located within the forks are to be lifted or are to remain in place.
  • Adjustable Massage Chair

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  • US Patent:
    59216964, Jul 13, 1999
  • Filed:
    Jan 30, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/016858
  • Inventors:
    Michael Gillotti - Sebastopol CA
  • International Classification:
    F16B 710
  • US Classification:
    4031091
  • Abstract:
    An adjustable massage chair includes a chest support and a seat hingeably mounted to the outer ends of front and rear arcuate arms, respectively, that telescopically extend out the front and rear ends, respectively, of a stationary arcuate arm. A pair of clamps attached to the ends of the stationary arcuate arm lock the front and rear arcuate arms in their selected positions. A face support is hingeably attached to the top edge of the chest support, and is pivotable and movable fore-and-aft relative to the plane of the chest support. An arm support is hingeably attached to the lower side of the chest support, and is also slidably adjustable relative thereto. The face and chest supports are also slidably adjustable together relative to the end of the front arcuate arm. A pair of locking arms attached to the chest support lock it a selected position. A leg support is positioned between the chest support and the stationary arcuate arm.
  • Folding Table

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  • US Patent:
    60003456, Dec 14, 1999
  • Filed:
    Jan 30, 1998
  • Appl. No.:
    9/016859
  • Inventors:
    Michael Gillotti - Sebastopol CA
  • International Classification:
    A47B 300
  • US Classification:
    108 36
  • Abstract:
    A folding table for supporting a person includes an elongated tabletop comprising a pair of hinged halves. Four legs are pivotally attached to the comers of the tabletop. Four diagonal braces are each connected between the tabletop and a corresponding leg. Each diagonal brace comprises upper and lower members connected by an intermediate pivot. The legs at each end of the table are fixedly connected by a transverse brace. Four diagonal cables are each connected between the tabletop and the intermediate pivot of a corresponding diagonal brace. Four longitudinal cables are each connected between a corresponding intermediate pivot of a corresponding diagonal brace and an opposite leg. The cable arrangement provides improved rigidity and stability, and enables the legs to be folded while the tabletop is in a fully open position, so that the tabletop can be placed flat on the ground for some types of massages. The table can be fully folded by pivoting the two halves together. The tabletop includes a bent tubular metal frame which is very durable and easy to manufacture.
  • Book Holder

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  • US Patent:
    41230299, Oct 31, 1978
  • Filed:
    Apr 28, 1977
  • Appl. No.:
    5/791990
  • Inventors:
    Michael A. Gillotti - Sebastopol CA
  • International Classification:
    A47B 9704
  • US Classification:
    248453
  • Abstract:
    A stand for holding a book in an open, upright position on a horizontal surface, consisting of a face plate, held at a rearwardly inclined position by a rear mounted triangular support plate, and a book resting shelf located on the lower front side of face plate. The book is held in an open position by two page gripping assemblies at the book resting shelf level, including two page gripping brackets, connected to spring loaded rods, which grip the open book pages from below, holding the open pages against the face plate. The gripping assembly tension is adjusted by wing nuts at the ends of both rods.
  • Adjustable Massage Chair

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  • US Patent:
    57624020, Jun 9, 1998
  • Filed:
    Dec 17, 1996
  • Appl. No.:
    8/768862
  • Inventors:
    Michael Gillotti - Sebastopol CA
  • International Classification:
    A47C 750
  • US Classification:
    29742311
  • Abstract:
    An adjustable massage chair includes a chest support and a seat hingeably mounted to the outer ends of front and rear arcuate arms, respectively, that telescopically extend out the front and rear ends, respectively, of a stationary arcuate arm. A pair of clamps attached to the ends of the stationary arcuate arm lock the front and rear arcuate arms in their selected positions. A face support is hingeably attached to the top edge of the chest support, and is pivotable and movable fore-and-aft relative to the plane of the chest support. An arm support is hingeably attached to the lower side of the chest support, and is also slidably adjustable relative thereto. The face and chest supports are also slidably adjustable together relative to the end of the front arcuate arm. A pair of locking arms attached to the chest support lock it a selected position. A leg support is positioned between the chest support and the stationary arcuate arm.

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Schools:
Timpanogos Elementary School Provo UT 1995-2001, Dixon Middle School Provo UT 2001-2003
Community:
Sherri Clark
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Michael Gillotti

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Schools:
Archbishop Alternative High School Dayton OH 1979-1983
Community:
Dave Denney, Rebecca Wilken, Kieran Jones

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Locality:
in a pineapple under the sea, ocean
Gender:
Male
Birthday:
1948
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Locality:
Oakfield
Gender:
Male
Birthday:
1944
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Michael Gillotti

03/09/2011: Michael Gillotti performs "Angel By Your Side," at the Mar...

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Michael Gillotti (M-Lacrosse) www.ncsasports.org

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