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Haverly Systems Inc
12 Hinchman Ave
Haverly Systems provides process industries worldwide with a complete line of decision support systems. We provide real solutions to everyday situations, ensuring profitable, low cost operational decisions. Since 1962, our systems have been essential to t...
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David Alexander, Haverly Systems
David Alexander, Haverly Systems
H/CAMS has been used for some years now.
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Instructor: David AlexanderDavid
is considered an industry expert in crude assay management and has largely been responsible for making H/CAMS the most widely used assay system in the world.David is the current H/CAMS product manager at Haverly Systems and has been with HSI for twelve years.Prior to that he worked seven years for Shell Oil in New Zealand as an LP planner and ship scheduler.David holds a Bachelor of Chemical & Process Engineering from Canterbury University, Christchurch, New Zealand.
David Alexander - General ManagerDavid Alexander will serve as the Talons general manager.
A former all-American at the University of Tulsa
enjoyed a 10-year NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Jets
.He currently serves on the board of National Youth Football and is active with several local youth football teams.
Coach Alexander - Jenks Trojan Football
Coach David Alexander
David Alexander is the head coach of a professional team the Tulsa Talons of arena football2.
Alexander also has become an assistant coach.
At the high school level.
For the Jenks Trojans.
A former offensive lineman at the University of Tulsa and with the Philadelphia Eagles
and New York Jets, Alexander
has accepted an invitation to join Allan TrimbleÂ's staff and will work with offensive linemen.
Alexander is a lay coach at Jenks, with no classroom responsibility. Â"I know that Allan Trimble is a very good high school football coach,Â" the 41-year-old Alexander said. Â"Maybe I can learn something from him.Â"
On Saturday night, Alexander
and the Talons host Rio Grande.
On Monday afternoon, Alexander
and the Trojans begin their three-week spring practice period.
If the Talons surge to the af2 championship contest in August, Alexander
will juggle that game preparation with the TrojansÂ' preseason workouts. Â"Hopefully, the (Jenks) kids will buy in and learn something from me,Â" Alexander said. Â"These kids all want to learn and get better.
You just find the right buttons to push.
Some kids need a hug and some need to be kicked in the pants.
But they all want to please you and make you happy.Â"
In addition to the coaching jobs, Alexander
has a thriving business, building custom homes.
Before becoming the TalonsÂ' coach last year, Alexander coached the Jenks eighth-graders for two seasons.
David Alexander Head CoachAlexander, a 41 year-old native of Broken Arrow, Okla., joins the Talons for his second season as Head Coach.Prior to becoming a Head Coach, Alexander was the Talons' General Manager and spent ten years in the National Football League (NFL).Alexander
was drafted as a center in the fifth round of the NFL draft.In the NFL (1987-1996), Alexander spent his first eight years with the Philadelphia Eagles and his last two years with the New York Jets.Alexander
started 108 consecutive games and never missed one NFL game.He
was honored as New York Times All-Pro in 1991.In his
NFL career, Alexander
was one of few players who had played all five offensive line positions. A graduate of Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, Okla., Alexander played college football at the University of Tulsa (Tulsa, Okla.). Alexander graduated from TU with a degree in business and was awarded All-Conference in football for two years.Alexander
now resides in Tulsa with his
wife, Kathy, and three children (Jake, 14, Kyle, 11 and Cassity, 8).As a coach, Alexander has coached eighth grade Jenks football and one year at Broken Arrow High School.Currently, Alexander serves on the board of National Youth Football and is active in several local youth football teams.
Along with coaching, Alexander
has run his
own construction company, Eagles Custom Homes, for the past six years.