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  • 7131 Driftwood Dr, Ada, MI 49301 (616) 676-0078 (616) 676-0812
  • 7325 Driftwood Dr, Ada, MI 49301 (616) 682-0291
  • 7655 Timber Bluff Dr, Ada, MI 49301 (616) 676-0078
  • 4460 Vista Dr, Petoskey, MI 49770 (231) 348-0799
  • Bay Harbor, MI
  • Grand Rapids, MI
  • Bonita Springs, FL
  • Kenton, MI
  • Corona, CA

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Company: Robert grooters development company Position: Owner

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Robert Grooters

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Address:
4633 Patterson Ave SE STE B, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
VIN:
1FTRX14W07FA44711
Make:
FORD
Model:
F-150
Year:
2007

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Owner, Robert Grooters Development Company

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Position:
Owner at Robert Grooters Development Company
Location:
Greater Grand Rapids, Michigan Area
Industry:
Real Estate
Work:
Robert Grooters Development Company
Owner

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Mr. Robert Grooters
It's About Marketing
Marketing Consultants
6325 Rickert Rd, Saranac, MI 48881
(616) 889-7300
Mr. Robert D. Grooters
President/Owner
Robert Grooters Development Company
Real Estate Developers
4460 44Th St SE STE C200, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
(616) 776-0033
Robert Grooters
Owner
Grooters Rh Construction Co
Plumbing/Heating/Air Cond Contractor Excavation Contractor
5438 Mullett Burt Rd, Cheboygan, MI 49721
Robert Grooters
It's About Marketing
Marketing Consultants
6325 Rickert Rd, Saranac, MI 48881
(616) 889-7300
Mr. Robert Grooters
It's About Marketing
Marketing Consultants
6325 Rickert Rd, Saranac, MI 48881
(616) 889-7300
Mr. Robert D. Grooters
President/Owner
Robert Grooters Development Company
Real Estate Developers
4460 44Th St SE STE C200, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
(616) 776-0033

Publications

Us Patents

Adjustable Armrest For Chairs

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US Patent:
6176550, Jan 23, 2001
Filed:
Apr 7, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/545262
Inventors:
Michel A. Lamart - Kentwood MI
Arnold B. Dammermann - Grand Rapids MI
Glenn A. Knoblock - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Larry DeKraker - Holland MI
John Hanna J. Hasbany - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Development Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
A47C 754
US Classification:
29741137
Abstract:
An armrest construction for chairs includes an armrest support having a lower end constructed for attachment to a chair, an upper end, and a mounting block attached to the upper end. A pivot block is pivoted to the mounting block at a main pivot, the pivot block having an upwardly-extending follower. First and second gears are each pivoted to the pivot block, the gears having intermeshing teeth at an inner end such that rotation of the first gear causes the second gear to simultaneously rotate in an opposite direction, the first and second gears further having outer ends. A support plate having pivot/slide members engages the outer ends of the first and second gears, and further has a guide operably engaging the follower to guide lateral movement of the support plate along a predetermined path. The support plate is rotatable about the main pivot to adjust the angular orientation of the armrest construction and is laterally movable along continuously parallel positions to adjust a width of the armrest construction relative to the chair. The armrest construction is mounted on a vertically-adjustable armrest support member for optimal adjustability.

Chair Base

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US Patent:
5964436, Oct 12, 1999
Filed:
Feb 17, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/251806
Inventors:
Robert J. Battey - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Kurt R. Heidmann - Grand Rapids MI
John L. Hendricks - Grand Rapids MI
Michael A. Kolarik - Kentwood MI
Brian H. Root - Grandville MI
Bruce G. Rose - Freeport MI
Robert M. Scheper - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
A47B 9100
US Classification:
2481887
Abstract:
A chair base includes a leg assembly having a plurality of radially extending legs, and a leg cover adapted to cover the legs. The tubular legs have a top surface divided by a centerline and have apertures offset from the centerline. The leg covers are adapted to cover the legs, and the leg covers include downwardly extending off-centered bosses for engaging the apertures. Each of the tubular legs has an end with aligned vertical holes therein. A sleeve-like pintle receiver is located in the aligned vertical holes and flared at its top and bottom to hold the pintle receiver in the tubular legs. The leg assembly includes a tubular center hub. The plurality of radially extending tubular legs each have a top wall, a bottom wall, and opposing sidewalls, the top and bottom walls each having an arcuately shaped end engaging the center hub. A pair of ring welds extends continuously circumferentially around the center hub for welding the arcuately shaped ends of the top and bottom walls to the center hub. In a modified form, the covers include a plurality of flat-topped intermediate retainers shaped for attachment to a top of the legs, and a plurality of aesthetic flat-bottomed trim pieces shaped for mating adhering attachment to the top of the retainers.

Adjustable Armrest For Chairs

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US Patent:
6168237, Jan 2, 2001
Filed:
Jul 16, 1999
Appl. No.:
9/356195
Inventors:
Michel A. Lamart - Kentwood MI
Arnold B. Dammermann - Grand Rapids MI
Glenn A. Knoblock - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Larry DeKraker - Holland MI
John Hanna J. Hasbany - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Development Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
A47C 754
B60N 246
US Classification:
29741137
Abstract:
An armrest construction for chairs includes an armrest support having a lower end constructed for attachment to a chair, an upper end, and a mounting block attached to the upper end. A pivot block is pivoted to the mounting block at a main pivot, the pivot block having an upwardly-extending follower. First and second gears are each pivoted to the pivot block, the gears having intermeshing teeth at an inner end such that rotation of the first gear causes the second gear to simultaneously rotate in an opposite direction, the first and second gears further having outer ends. A support plate having pivot/slide members engages the outer ends of the first and second gears, and further has a guide operably engaging the follower to guide lateral movement of the support plate along a predetermined path. The support plate is rotatable about the main pivot to adjust the angular orientation of the armrest construction and is laterally movable along continuously parallel positions to adjust a width of the armrest construction relative to the chair. The armrest construction is mounted on a vertically-adjustable armrest support member for optimal adjustability.

Adjustable Armrest For Chairs

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US Patent:
5971484, Oct 26, 1999
Filed:
Dec 3, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/984582
Inventors:
Michel A. Lamart - Kentwood MI
Arnold B. Dammermann - Grand Rapids MI
Glenn A. Knoblock - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Larry DeKraker - Holland MI
John Hanna J. Hasbany - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Development Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
A47C 754
US Classification:
29741137
Abstract:
An armrest construction for chairs includes an armrest support having a lower end constructed for attachment to a chair, an upper end, and a mounting block attached to the upper end. A pivot block is pivoted to the mounting block at a main pivot, the pivot block having an upwardly-extending follower. First and second gears are each pivoted to the pivot block, the gears having intermeshing teeth at an inner end such that rotation of the first gear causes the second gear to simultaneously rotate in an opposite direction, the first and second gears further having outer ends. A support plate having pivot/slide members engages the outer ends of the first and second gears, and further has a guide operably engaging the follower to guide lateral movement of the support plate along a predetermined path. The support plate is rotatable about the main pivot to adjust the angular orientation of the armrest construction and is laterally movable along continuously parallel positions to adjust a width of the armrest construction relative to the chair. The armrest construction is mounted on a vertically-adjustable armrest support member for optimal adjustability.

Seating Unit With Adjustable Armrest

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US Patent:
6302486, Oct 16, 2001
Filed:
Oct 2, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/677351
Inventors:
Michel A. Lamart - Kentwood MI
Arnold B. Dammermann - Grand Rapids MI
Glenn A. Knoblock - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Larry DeKraker - Holland MI
John Hanna J. Hasbany - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Development Corporation - Caledonia MI
International Classification:
A47C 754
US Classification:
29741137
Abstract:
An armrest construction for chairs includes an armrest support having a lower end constructed for attachment to a chair, an upper end, and a mounting block attached to the upper end. A pivot block is pivoted to the mounting block at a main pivot, the pivot block having an upwardly-extending follower. First and second gears are each pivoted to the pivot block, the gears having intermeshing teeth at an inner end such that rotation of the first gear causes the second gear to simultaneously rotate in an opposite direction, the first and second gears further having outer ends. A support plate having pivot/slide members engages the outer ends of the first and second gears, and further has a guide operably engaging the follower to guide lateral movement of the support plate along a predetermined path. The support plate is rotatable about the main pivot to adjust the angular orientation of the armrest construction and is laterally movable along continuously parallel positions to adjust a width of the armrest construction relative to the chair. The armrest construction is mounted on a vertically-adjustable armrest support member for optimal adjustability.

Chair Base

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US Patent:
5906343, May 25, 1999
Filed:
May 20, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/859328
Inventors:
Robert J. Battey - Kentwood MI
Robert S. Grooters - Grand Rapids MI
Kurt R. Heidmann - Grand Rapids MI
John L. Hendricks - Grand Rapids MI
Michael A. Kolarik - Kentwood MI
Brian H. Root - Grandville MI
Bruce G. Rose - Freeport MI
Robert M. Scheper - Grand Rapids MI
Assignee:
Steelcase Inc. - Grand Rapids MI
International Classification:
A47B 9100
US Classification:
2481887
Abstract:
A chair base includes a leg assembly having a plurality of radially-extending legs, and a leg cover adapted to cover the legs. The tubular legs have a top surface divided by a center line and have apertures offset from the center line. The leg covers are adapted to cover the legs, and the leg covers including downwardly extending off-centered bosses for engaging the apertures. Each of the tubular legs have an end with aligned vertical holes therein. A sleeve-like pintle retainer is located in the aligned vertical holes and flared at its top and bottom to hold the pintle retainer in the tubular legs. The leg assembly includes a tubular center hub. The plurality of radially extending tubular legs each have a top wall, a bottom wall and opposing side walls, the top and bottom walls each having an arcuately shaped end engaging the center hub. A pair of ring welds extend continuously circumferentially around the center hub for welding the arcuately shaped ends of the top and bottom walls to the center hub. In a modified form the covers include a plurality of flat-topped intermediate retainers shaped for attachment to a top of the legs, and a plurality of aesthetic flat-bottomed trim pieces shaped for mating adhering attachment to the top of the retainers.
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