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Jennings promoted to AFS' VP Technology.

Jennings Promoted to AFS' VP Technology

Thomas D. Jennings, technical director of the American Foundrymen's Society, Inc since January 1989, has been promoted to vice president technology. In this position, he serves as a technical resource for the AFS membership, involved in committee work and participating in AFS-sponsored courses and other training efforts.

A Roanoke, VA native, Jennings received his B.S. degree in metallurgical engineering with honors from Virginia Polytechnic Institute in 1952. He began his foundry career as a metallurgical trainee and later process engineer at the Clairton, PA plant of U.S. Steel Co, where he was involved with all areas of steel plant operations.

Jennings joined the Elmira Foundry of General Electric Co in 1955 and was later transferred to the firm's Schnectady, NY foundry, where he was responsible for controlling iron and steel melting practices, as well as heat treating and welding. He moved to the foundry division of Newport News Shipbuilding in 1968 and during the next eight years served as general superintendent, manufacturing engineering manager and foundry division manager.

In 1977, Jennings joined Cooper Industries as manager of its Springfield, OH foundry and later manager of the Cooper-Bessemer unit at Grove City, PA. He was engineering manager for American Standard, Louisville, KY, before coming to AFS last year.
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Title Annotation:Thomas D. Jennings, American Foundrymen's Society, vice president
Publication:Modern Casting
Date:Mar 1, 1990
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