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Vern Kirkendall Phones & Addresses

  • 783 Portal Dr, Chico, CA 95973
  • 7453 Humboldt Rd, Forest Ranch, CA 95942
  • Butte Meadows, CA

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Low-Bed Service Cart

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US Patent:
47969091, Jan 10, 1989
Filed:
Feb 8, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/153845
Inventors:
Vern S. Kirkendall - Chico CA
International Classification:
B62B 302
US Classification:
280651
Abstract:
This invention provides a light weight, four wheeled pull-type service cart designed to transport heavy loads over sandy terrain. The bed of the cart is adjustable to accommodate different sized cargo ranging from large ice chests to small individual items or firewood. An accessory fabric storage pouch is available which can be attached to the transported cargo and is especially designed to carry folding chairs along with other beach items.

Insulated Beverage Box Carrier

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US Patent:
48120545, Mar 14, 1989
Filed:
Aug 5, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/228945
Inventors:
Vern S. Kirkendall - Chico CA
International Classification:
B65D 3008
B65D 8138
US Classification:
383110
Abstract:
This invention provides an insulated carrier for rectangular cardboard wine and beverage containers which have spigot dispensers. The carrier is a rectangular housing formed by an assemblage of panels. The panels have two outer layers of a flat material, fabric or pliable plastic, encasing at least one inner layer of thermal insulation. The panels, including a top panel, a base panel, a back panel, two side panels, and an openable front panel are attached one to the other along edge seams except for the openable front panel. The openable front panel is attached only on the top edge to the edge of the top panel. Both side edges of the openable front panel are removably attached by zippers to exposed edges of the two side panels and removably fastenable at the bottom edge to an exposed edge of the base panel by Velcro brand fasteners or the equivalent. The openable front panel can be disconnected and lifted for insertion of a rectangular cardboard wine or beverage container with dispensing spigot and a dual hot/cold thermal gel package. An inverted U-shaped opening for passage of the dispensing spigot of the beverage container is opened downwardly centrally in the front of the openable front panel.
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