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Robert Kreider Phones & Addresses

  • Harrisburg, PA
  • 120 Creek Hollow Ln, Middleburg, FL 32068
  • Camp Hill, PA
  • 225 Springfield Rd, Landisville, PA 17538
  • Elizabethtown, PA
  • Mount Joy, PA
  • Hallam, PA
  • Lancaster, PA
  • Akron, PA

Languages

English

Specialities

Massage Therapy

Professional Records

License Records

Robert E. Kreider

License #:
25253603 - Expired
Category:
Contractor

Robert E. Kreider

License #:
25264369 - Expired
Category:
Contractor

Robert E. Kreider

License #:
25246809 - Expired
Category:
Contractor

Robert Kreider

License #:
RS112244A - Expired
Category:
Real Estate Commission
Type:
Real Estate Salesperson-Standard

Robert B Kreider

Address:
Landisville, PA 17538
License #:
RS312311 - Active
Category:
Real Estate Commission
Type:
Real Estate Salesperson-Standard

Medicine Doctors

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Robert G Kreider, Ephrata PA - BS

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Specialties:
Massage Therapy
Address:
904 Dawn Ave Suite 1, Ephrata, PA 17522
(717) 733-8900 (Phone), (717) 823-6382 (Fax)
Languages:
English

Resumes

Resumes

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Youth Care Worker Lancaster County Youth Intervention

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Position:
Youth Intervention at County of Lancaster, JV Boys Lacrosse Head Coach at Hempfield School District
Location:
York, Pennsylvania Area
Industry:
Law Enforcement
Work:
County of Lancaster - Lancaster County Youth Intervention Center since May 2013
Youth Intervention

Hempfield School District since Feb 2010
JV Boys Lacrosse Head Coach

Brinks Logistics - Lancaster, Pennsylvania Area Oct 2012 - May 2013
Armored Messenger

The Criminal Justice Honor Society (Alpha Phi Sigma Chapter) at York College Apr 2011 - May 2012
President

Laxworld Aug 2010 - Mar 2012
Assistant Manager
Education:
York College of Pennsylvania 2008 - 2012
B.S., Criminal Justice, Political Sciences
Eastern Shore Criminal Justice Academy 2011 - 2011
Certification, Policing
Interests:
I enjoy staying active and competing. In my free time I like to coach/play lacrosse, golf,ski, and spend time with family and friends.
Honor & Awards:
Criminal Justice Departmental Honors upon Graduation (2012) The National Political Science Honor Society (2011) The National Criminal Justice Honor Society (2010) The National Leadership and Success Honor Society (2010)
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Hr Manager At Tyco Electronics

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Location:
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Robert H. Kreider
President
Kreider Bros Transit Inc
Trucking
313 Country Mdw Dr, Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 390-1047
Robert B. Kreider
Principal
Hamilton Historic Apartments Lp
Apartment Building Operator
257 S Homestead Dr, Landisville, PA 17538
Robert B. Kreider
Principal
Millstone Properties Inc
Nonresidential Building Operator
257 S Homestead Dr, Landisville, PA 17538

Publications

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Hungry, Thirsty, a Stranger

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Author

Robert S. Kreider

ISBN #

0836112997

When Good People Quarrel: Studies of Conflict Resolution

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Author

Robert S. Kreider

ISBN #

0836134699

Where Are We Going

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Author

Robert S. Kreider

ISBN #

0873039157

Us Patents

Method Of Manufacturing A Matrix For Cathode-Ray Tube

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US Patent:
20030059692, Mar 27, 2003
Filed:
Sep 25, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/962520
Inventors:
Samuel Pearlman - Lancaster PA,
Robert Kreider - Lancaster PA,
Richard LaPeruta - Lititz PA,
International Classification:
H01J009/20
US Classification:
430/025000, 430/024000, 430/026000
Abstract:
A method of manufacturing a luminescent screen assembly, having a light-absorbing matrix with a plurality of substantially equally-sized openings therein, on an inner surface of a faceplate panel of a cathode-ray tube (CRT) is provided. The tube has a color selection electrode spaced from the inner surface of the faceplate panel in which the color selection electrode has a plurality of strands interleaved with slots. The method includes the steps of providing a first photoresist layer, whose solubility is altered when exposed to light, such that greater dosages of light reduce the solubility thereof. The first photoresist layer is applied to the inner surface of the faceplate panel. The first photoresist layer is exposed to light from a light source, located relative to a central source position, as well as two symmetrical source positions relative to the central source position. The exposure selectively alters the solubility of the illuminated areas of the first photoresist layer to produce therein regions with greater solubility and regions of lesser solubility. The regions of greater solubility are subsequently removed to uncover areas of the inner surface of the faceplate panel, while retaining the regions of lesser solubility. The inner surface of the faceplate panel and the retained regions are then overcoated with a light-absorbing material. Thereafter, the retained regions of the first photoresist layer and the light-absorbing material thereon are removed, uncovering portions of the faceplate panel and defining first guardbands of light-absorbing material on the inner surface of the faceplate panel. This photolithographic process is repeated with a second photoresist layer and a third photoresist layer to define second guardbands of light-absorbing material and third guardbands of light-absorbing material, respectively. However, the light source positions for the second photoresist layer and the third photoresist layer are located at asymmetric positions relative to the central source position.

Method Of Manufacturing A Matrix For A Cathode-Ray Tube (Crt)

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US Patent:
20040067425, Apr 8, 2004
Filed:
Aug 1, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/632289
Inventors:
Samuel Pearlman - Lancaster PA,
Robert Kreider - Lancaster PA,
Richard LaPerita - Lititz PA,
International Classification:
H01J009/20
US Classification:
430/025000, 430/024000
Abstract:
A method of manufacturing a luminescent screen assembly, having a light-absorbing matrix with a plurality of substantially equally-sized openings therein, on an inner surface of a faceplate panel of a cathode-ray tube (CRT) is provided. The method include the steps of exposing a first photoresist layer to light from a light source, located relative to a central source position, as well as two symmetrical source positions located relative to the central source position. Thereafter, a second photoresist layer and a third photoresist layer are sequentially exposed to define second guardbands of light-absorbing material and third guardbands of light-absorbing material, respectively. However, the light source positions for the second photoresist layer and the third photoresist layer are located at asymmetric positions relative to the central source position.

Method Of Electrophotographic Phosphor Deposition

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US Patent:
54551323, Oct 3, 1995
Filed:
May 27, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/250231
Inventors:
Peter M. Ritt - E. Petersburg PA
Owen H. Roberts - Landisville PA
Robert E. Kreider - Lancaster PA
Assignee:
Thomson Consumer Electronics, Inc. - Indianapolis IN
International Classification:
G03C 500
US Classification:
430 23
Abstract:
In accordance with the present invention, a method of electrophotographically manufacturing a luminescent screen assembly on a photoreceptor disposed on an interior surface of a faceplate panel for a color CRT includes the steps of: charging the photoreceptor to establish a substantially uniform electrostatic voltage thereon; positioning the panel on an exposure device having a light source therein; exposing selected areas of the photoreceptor to visible light from the light source to affect the voltage thereon, without affecting the voltage on the unexposed area of the photoreceptor; and depositing a triboelectrically charged, first color-emitting phosphor onto the selected areas of the photoreceptor. The charging, positioning, exposing and depositing steps are repeated for a second and a third triboelectrically charged, color-emitting phosphor. The present method is an improvement over prior methods because after each of the phosphor deposition and panel recharging steps, the light source is offset in the exposure device by an amount determined by the voltage difference between the photoreceptor and the phosphor, or phosphors, previously deposited onto the panel, thereby counteracting the repulsive effect of the previously deposited phosphor and minimizing the misregister of subsequently deposited phosphors.
Robert F Kreider from Harrisburg, PA, age ~66 Get Report