William Bradley /Chisholm/

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(S08) Grew up in Southern California in the 1950's and 60's. Moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1970 and was recruited by International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., in a Suite at Caesars Palace, to work as a civilian communications-electronics advisor to U.S. and Allied Forces in the Republic of South Vietnam. Came home, with wife Thu, to Sacramento, CA in 1973. "I felt like a stranger in a strange land." Went to work for Litton Business Telephone Systems installing and repairing PABX and CATV systems in Hilton Hotels located throughout the U.S. In early 1974, joined the U.S. Army for the educational benefits and wound up in Germany as a Station Commander for a Defense Communications Agency Radio Station. Left the Army in 1983. Hired as an Electronics Engineer for Allied/Signal Bendix Aerospace Corp. Worked at the Naval Electronics Systems Engineering Activity in Maryland. Was promoted and transfered to the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena and was transferred again to the Ames Research Center. Attended Pasadena City College, Grantham College of Engineering and U.C. Davis.

"Would eventually like to start my own business as a consultant in the areas of Information Management or Environmental Engineering or both. I love to work on photography, videography and Multimedia projects in my spare time."

NameWilliam Bradley /Chisholm/
SexMale
Birth
Note(S08) Grew up in Southern California in the 1950's and 60's. Moved to Las Vegas, Nevada in 1970 and was recruited by International Telephone & Telegraph Corp., in a Suite at Caesars Palace, to work as a civilian communications-electronics advisor to U.S. and Allied Forces in the Republic of South Vietnam. Came home, with wife Thu, to Sacramento, CA in 1973. "I felt like a stranger in a strange land." Went to work for Litton Business Telephone Systems installing and repairing PABX and CATV systems in Hilton Hotels located throughout the U.S. In early 1974, joined the U.S. Army for the educational benefits and wound up in Germany as a Station Commander for a Defense Communications Agency Radio Station. Left the Army in 1983. Hired as an Electronics Engineer for Allied/Signal Bendix Aerospace Corp. Worked at the Naval Electronics Systems Engineering Activity in Maryland. Was promoted and transfered to the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab in Pasadena and was transferred again to the Ames Research Center. Attended Pasadena City College, Grantham College of Engineering and U.C. Davis.
Note"Would eventually like to start my own business as a consultant in the areas of Information Management or Environmental Engineering or both. I love to work on photography, videography and Multimedia projects in my spare time."
Child in Family (F059)
FatherI225Fredrick Morris /Chisholm/??
ChildI226MaleWilliam Bradley /Chisholm/??
Parent in Family (F060)
FatherI226William Bradley /Chisholm/??
MotherI227Thu T. /?/??
ChildI228? /Chisholm/??

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