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Robert J Wargel

from Evansville, IN
Age ~80

Robert Wargel Phones & Addresses

  • 620 1St St, Evansville, IN 47713 (812) 422-9534
  • Princeton, IL
  • 800 Rosewood Ave, Winnetka, IL 60093 (847) 446-5489
  • Glencoe, IL
  • Kenilworth, IL
  • 620 SE 1St St, Evansville, IN 47713 (847) 732-6521

Work

Position: Administration/Managerial

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Resumes

Resumes

Robert Wargel Photo 1

Insurance Representative At First Insurance Agency

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Position:
Insurance Representative at First Insurance Agency
Location:
Evansville, Indiana Area
Industry:
Insurance
Work:
First Insurance Agency
Insurance Representative
Robert Wargel Photo 2

Insurance Professional

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Location:
Evansville, Indiana Area
Industry:
Insurance
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Owner, Stellar Technologies Inc.

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Location:
Evansville, Indiana Area
Industry:
Industrial Automation

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Robert Wargel
President / Owner
Stellar Technologies Inc
Machine Shops
5844 Vann Rd, Newburgh, IN 47629
(812) 858-0238, (812) 858-7432
Robert Wargel
President / Owner
Stellar Technologies Inc
Machine Shops
5844 Vann Rd, Newburgh, IN 47629
(812) 858-0238, (812) 858-7432
Robert J. Wargel
President
Bob Wargel Agency Inc
Insurance & Mortgage Broker
1112 S Villa Dr, Evansville, IN 47714
(812) 477-5599
Robert S. Wargel
Owner
Robert S Wargel Construction
Metals Service Center
3110 Bonn Fahren, Parkers Settlement, IN 47638
(812) 963-3549

Publications

Us Patents

Clip Placement Tool

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US Patent:
2005006, Mar 31, 2005
Filed:
Sep 17, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/944026
Inventors:
Robert Wargel - Newburgh IN,
International Classification:
B23P011/00
US Classification:
029243560
Abstract:
A clip placement tool for automatic or manual insertion of a plastic clip workpiece. The tool including a main body having a first feature to affix to an operator handle or affix to a mechanical device as an end-effecter, and a second feature that connects to a vacuum source, a chamber formed within the body, a lip formed at an end of the vacuum chamber and surrounding a static placement post within the chamber. The lip includes two edges that provide a lip-to-clip seal with the workpiece.

Process And Products For The Manufacture Of Cheese Flavored Products

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US Patent:
4244971, Jan 13, 1981
Filed:
Oct 19, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/952813
Inventors:
Robert J. Wargel - Winnetka IL
Steven P. Greiner - Waukegan IL
David H. Hettinga - Orinda CA
Assignee:
Kraft, Inc. - Glenview IL
International Classification:
A23C 1902
A23C 1912
US Classification:
426 35
Abstract:
A process and product are provided for the rapid manufacture of cheese products, and particularly process cheese-type products as hereinafter defined. In the process, a cultured component is prepared and mixed with a milk protein concentrate and a fat concentrate, which mixture is fermented to provide a cheese material capable of being made into process cheese-type products by conventional cheese cooking techniques. The cultured component is prepared by proteolyzing milk protein and by lipolyzing milk fat, and forming a mixed fermentate of these hydrolyzed materials. The mixed fermentate is combined with a cheese starter culture and fermented to give the cultured component.

Process For Manufacture Of Cheese

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US Patent:
4379170, Apr 5, 1983
Filed:
Nov 30, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/856016
Inventors:
David H. Hettinga - Northbrook IL
Robert J. Wargel - Winnetka IL
Richard C. Tripp - Wheeling IL
Assignee:
Kraft, Inc. - Glenview IL
International Classification:
A23C 1905
A23C 912
US Classification:
426 40
Abstract:
A process is provided for the manufacture of cheese and cheese like products from an edible protein-fat-salts composition which is substantially free of fermentable sugars and in which the protein and salts are capable of forming a stable matrix for the fat. Milk protein is treated with a protease to hydrolyze the protein and to develop cheese flavor components and precursors therefor. The hydrolyzed milk protein is mixed with the protein fat-salts composition and the product is made into curd which is cured in an unusually short period of time to provide cheese or cheese-like products. Butter fat may also be treated with a lipase to hydrolyze the butter fat and to develop cheese flavor components and precursors therefor. The hydrolyzed butter fat is also mixed with the protein-fat-salts composition prior to making curd.
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