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Mr. David M. Young

Wrong David M. Young?

LG Operations Manager

Phone: (256) ***-****  
Email: d***@***.mil
Local Address: Newport News, Virginia, United States
Army
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Master , Electrical Engineering & Computer Science degrees
    University of Oregon , Corvallis
  • Bachelor of Science degree , Electrical Engineering
    University of Oregon , Corvallis
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BlueRun Ventures -- Our Team
www.brv.com, 16 Sept 2012 [cached]
  David Young BlueRun Ventures -- Our Team
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David Young
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David Young Venture Partner
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Mr. Young was core founding team member of Marvell Semiconductor, build it from ground zero to over $10B market cap with 6,000 employees, he has created and lead the company communication business. Latest as VP & GM of mobile chipset business and lead worldwide sales.
Mr. Young has also served as International President for Borqs International, an Android software developer based in Beijing. David has lead the success international round - Series B fund raising in Silicon Valley during 2008, and key initiatives with China Mobile and JIL committee. (A joint innovation lab among: China Mobile, Vodafone, Verizon and Softbank of Japan)
Since 2009, Mr. Young served as Senior Vice President and Chief Innovation officer for LG Mobile Business unit, during his tenure at LG, he has been the pioneer and driving force behind three key products: Optimus One, Optimus 2X and G-Slate.
Mr. Young also very active in the VC community in silicon valley, and has helped and funded as angels investor for new innovated start-up companies with a solid tracking record. The recent example is 3LM - leading enterprise software provider on Android ecosystem, we have set a record exit within 3 months from inception. Mr. Young holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering as well as a Master in Electrical Engineering & Computer Science degrees from the University of Oregon, Corvallis.
If Francisco Aguilar and Dave ...
www.technologyreview.com, 7 Nov 2012 [cached]
If Francisco Aguilar and Dave Young get their way, police officers and firefighters will someday carry baseball-shaped, throwable cameras along with the rest of their equipment.
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Aguilar and Young, who met as graduate students at MIT's Sloan School of Management, believe that their device will be easier to operate and cheaper than existing devices.
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Young, who previously served in the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan, thinks Bounce Imaging's ball-sized device could be particularly useful for the military. It would be easier to lug around than some of the unwieldy equipment he had to carry while on duty, he says.
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Young and Aguilar hope to incorporate different sensors into the device for different applications.
Not surprisingly, young David ...
sogospelnews.com [cached]
Not surprisingly, young David showed a definite aptitude for church music and gospel singing.Like other kids his age in those days, he had "heroes" in the various top quartets of the day.
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In later years, David would work with those men and befriend them.
When David was still in high school, he formed a quartet in Lenoir City that was quite active at churches, chapel services, and civic clubs called the Kingsmen.If the name is familiar, it's because this group was a precursor to the Kingsmen of today based in Asheville, NC.David's Kingsmen appeared on Ted Mack's Amateur Hour TV show, and also did TV and personal appearances with Archie Campbell from the "Grandpappy Show" out of Knoxville.
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L to R: Harold Bailey, Louis McKinney, Reese McKinney, Charles Collier, and David Young
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Then, when David went to college at Mars Hill College near Asheville (where he graduated from in 1958), he played piano for the Kingsmen Quartet there.This group had begun as the McKinney Brothers, and among the people who had played piano for them prior to David were Eldridge Fox (who would acquire the group in subsequent years) and Charles Matthews, who wrote such songs as "The Devil And His Old Suitcase" and "Love Never Fails", two of their more popular songs in that period.
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David gained valuable experience and met a number of other gospel singers while with the Kingsmen.
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David stayed with the Sons of Song until 1959, his reputation growing steadily in the gospel music field.
During his stint with the Sons of Song, an important part of David's life entered the picture.While appearing with the Statesmen at the Atlanta City Auditorium, David noticed a young lady that Hovie Lister was playing a song for, and asked Hovie to introduce her to him.Characteristically, Hovie told David, "That's all you think about!You need to go to church with me tomorrow!"At that time, Hovie pastored Mt. Zion Church in Marietta, and the next day when Hovie and his wife Ethel took David to the church and sent him to a Sunday School class there, he was introduced to the young lady, who was named Elizabeth Colleen.From there, they were married five years later, and remain a loving and devoted couple to this day.Colleen was also a singer, so she would prove to be a most fortuitous choice as a life partner for David.
In 1959, David was offered a job playing piano for (and chauffering) gospel legend Wally Fowler.
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Then, David joined Bill Crowe (the nephew of Blue Ridge Quartet manager Elmo Fagg) in Winston-Salem to put together a brand new quartet with Danny Allen and Jim Morris, to be called the Victors.
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David joined a new quartet out of Atlanta called The Ambassadors.Besides David and Butler, the group had Jim Hill, Bob Robinson, and Bill Huie, a most talented ensemble.
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Eventually, Butler and Robinson returned to the Sons of Song, and David and Cat Freeman joined a group that did backup work for Bill Lowery in Atlanta.
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In the beginning, this group (called the Victors) had David, Cat, Rex Nelon, and Hovie Lister's brother Jack.
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In 1960, Earl Terry left a group called the Marksmen, based in Dayton, OH. Fagg recommended David as a replacement on tenor vocals (David by this time had become a fine tenor as well as an accomplished pianist), and so David joined Danny Koker (the group's manager), Jim Hamill, and bass singer Don Taylor in the Marksmen.
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L-R: Danny Koker, Bill Crowe, David Young
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With the Foggy River Boys, David really began to come into his own as a musician, singer, and stage performer.
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Their arrangements featured dual piano accompaniment by David and Danny Koker, and they were quite inventive.
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At one concert in 1960, the group worked with the Couriers Quartet, an up-and-coming group out of Harrisburg, PA, and David was impressed by their demeanor and "classy" sound.He expressed interest in possibly becoming a member of the group, and Couriers' lead singer Neil Enloe likewise had a positive impression of David Young.Would David become a Courier?
David with the Prophets in 1961. Clockwise from lower left: Charles Yates, Jim Boatman, Lew Garrison, Ed Hill, and David Young (middle)
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David himself was drafted for the Army in 1961, and Koker was hired by the Weatherford Quartet in Akron, to work with Rex Humbard, so David left the Foggy River Boys to join the Prophets Quartet in Knoxville.
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David himself was drafted for the Army in 1961, and Koker was hired by the Weatherford Quartet in Akron, to work with Rex Humbard, so David left the Foggy River Boys to join the Prophets Quartet in Knoxville.
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The Prophets hadn't yet joined the Gospel Singing Caravan when David joined them, but they were on the Mull's Singing Convention TV show.Typical of David's love for the church and pastors, he describes one of his highlights of his short stint with the Prophets as playing THEN JESUS CAME for the song's writer, Toronto pastor Oswald Smith.
David Young with Lee Roy Abernathy from a 1960 Charlotte TV appearance
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Then, David entered the Army.He was stationed at Fort Knox, and served as a music instructor in a Band Training Unit of the 2nd United States Army.
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But even though David was in the Army, he wasn't away from gospel singing.The Melody Boys Quartet was starting up again after Joe Roper had disbanded them a while back, and David played with them off and on throughout his Army time.
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L-R: Duane Nicholson, Neil Enloe, Don Baldwin, Dave Kyllonen, and David Young at the piano.
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Such traveling was typical of the Couriers in those days, but David loved being a Courier and his experience along with his Southern breeding helped get the Couriers over in the Southeast, where, at the time, they were members of the cast of the then-new "Gospel Singing Jubilee" TV show.David's onstage personality and bent for comedy as well as his spectacular piano playing and his occasional tenor solos helped bring the Couriers to their peak of popularity as a quartet.And David became one of the most beloved personalities in all of gospel music, while a Courier.His songwriting and arranging were also important parts of the Couriers' success in that period.
David was quite an accomplished songwriter, and that aspect of his talent peaked during his time with the Couriers.
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In the years that David Young traveled with me in The Couriers, he and I became fast friends.Beyond his incredible talent, he is a devout family man with Godly integrity.
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I'm getting some JPEG files ready to send you of Don and Dave, who you probably think are quiet and dignified with no appetite for hilarity.
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These pictures will change your mind and if anything ever hits Dave K. as funny, he'll wait till he can't stand it anymore and then lay down and beat the floor with his hands.
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To the people who enjoyed this article, I thank you so very much ... and to you David, and Colleen, I'm humbly grateful that this article touched your hearts as it did ... that is all the reward I need ... and all the recognition I deserve, if that.
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I did several albums with David in the late 70"s.
SouthernGospelNews.com - your online source for all southern gospel music news
sogospelnews.com, 1 Dec 2005 [cached]
Here is the story of the artist known as ,Little, David Young.
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Not surprisingly, young David showed a definite aptitude for church music and gospel singing.Like other kids his age in those days, he had ,heroes, in the various top quartets of the day.Among David,s heroes were Charles Key, longtime pianist of the Harmoneers, Hovie Lister (just beginning to become well-known then), Jackie Marshall, Wally Varner, Hilton Griswold, Eddie Wallace, Lee Roy Abernathy, and Kenny Gates.
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In later years, David would work with those men and befriend them.
David with the Kingsmen ca. 1957from L to R, Harold Bailey, Louis McKinney, Reese McKinney, Charles Collier, and David Young.
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When David was still in high school, he formed a quartet in Lenoir City that was quite active at churches, chapel services, and civic clubs called the Kingsmen.If the name is familiar, it,s because this group was a precursor to the Kingsmen of today based in Asheville, NC.David,s Kingsmen appeared on Ted Mack,s Amateur Hour TV show, and also did TV and personal appearances with Archie Campbell from the ,Grandpappy Show, out of Knoxville.
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Then, when David went to college at Mars Hill College near Asheville (where he graduated from in 1958), he played piano for the Kingsmen Quartet there.This group had begun as the McKinney Brothers, and among the people who had played piano for them prior to David were Eldridge Fox (who would acquire the group in subsequent years) and Charles Matthews, who wrote such songs as ,The Devil And His Old Suitcase, and ,Love Never Fails,, two of their more popular songs in that period.
...
David gained valuable experience and met a number of other gospel singers while with the Kingsmen.
...
David stayed with the Sons of Song until 1959, his reputation growing steadily in the gospel music field.
During his stint with the Sons of Song, an important part of David,s life entered the picture.While appearing with the Statesmen at the Atlanta City Auditorium, David noticed a young lady that Hovie Lister was playing a song for, and asked Hovie to inroduce her to him.Characteristically, Hovie told David, ,That,s all you think about!You need to go to church with me tomorrow!, At that time, Hovie pastored Mt. Zion Church in Marietta.The next day when Hovie and his wife Ethel took David to the church and sent him to a Sunday School class there, he was introduced to the young lady, who was named Elizabeth Colleen.They were married five years later, and remain a loving and devoted couple to this day.Colleen was also a singer, so she would prove to be a most fortuitous choice as a life partner for David.
In 1959, David was offered a job playing piano for (and chauffering) gospel legend Wally Fowler.
...
Then, David joined Bill Crowe (the nephew of Blue Ridge Quartet manager Elmo Fagg) in Winston-Salem to put together a brand new quartet with Danny Allen and Jim Morris, to be called the Victors.
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Once again, though, a Don Butler phone call would change David,s plans.
David Young with Lee Roy Abernathy from a 1960 Charlotte TV appearance
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David joined a new quartet out of Atlanta called The Ambassadors,besides David and Butler, the group had Jim Hill, Bob Robinson, and Bill Huie, a most talented ensemble.
...
Eventually, Butler and Robinson returned to the Sons of Song, and David and Cat Freeman joined a group that did backup work for Bill Lowery in Atlanta.
...
In the beginning, this group (called the Victors) had David, Cat, Rex Nelon, and Hovie Lister,s brother Jack.
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L-R: Danny Koker, Bill Crowe, David Young.
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But David,s odyssey didn,t stop there.In 1960, Earl Terry left a group called the Marksmen, based in Dayton, OH. Fagg recommended David as a replacement on tenor vocals (David by this time had become a fine tenor as well as an accomplished pianist), and so David joined Danny Koker (the group,s manager), Jim Hamill, and bass singer Don Taylor in the Marksmen.
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Soon, Taylor was drafted, and Hamill left as well to join the Blue Ridge Quartet, so the Marksmen got David,s old friend Bill Crowe to replace Hamill, and moved to Cleveland, OH to work with Dr. Cecil Simmons.
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With the Foggy River Boys, David really began to come into his own as a musician, singer, and stage performer.
...
Their arrangements featured dual piano accompaniment by David and Danny Koker, and they were quite inventive.
...
At one concert in 1960, the group worked with the Couriers Quartet, an up-and-coming group out of Harrisburg, PA, and David was impressed by their demeanor and ,classy, sound.He expressed interest in possibly becoming a member of the group, and Couriers, lead singer Neil Enloe likewise had a positive impression of David Young.Would David become a Courier?
David with the Prophets ... he was with them briefly in 1961.Clockwise from lower left: Charles Yates, Jim Boatman, Lew Garrison, Ed Hill, and David Young (middle).
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David himself was drafted for the Army in 1961, and Koker was hired by the Weatherford Quartet in Akron, to work with Rex Humbard, so David left the Foggy River Boys to join the Prophets Quartet in Knoxville.
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David himself was drafted for the Army in 1961, and Koker was hired by the Weatherford Quartet in Akron, to work with Rex Humbard, so David left the Foggy River Boys to join the Prophets Quartet in Knoxville.
...
The Prophets hadn,t yet joined the Gospel Singing Caravan when David joined them, but they were on the Mull,s Singing Convention TV show.Typical of David,s love for the church and pastors, he describes one of his highlights of his short stint with the Prophets as playing THEN JESUS CAME for the song,s writer, Toronto pastor Oswald Smith.
Then, David entered the Army.He was stationed at Fort Knox, and served as a music instructor in a Band Training Unit of the 2nd United States Army.
...
But even though David was in the Army, he wasn,t away from gospel singing.The Melody Boys Quartet was starting up again after Joe Roper had disbanded them a while back, and David played with them off and on throughout his Army time.
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David with the Couriers Quartet on stage, .ca.1964. L-R: Duane Nicholson, Neil Enloe, Don Baldwin, Dave Kyllonen, and David Young at the piano.
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But the most satisfying musical period to date in David,s life was nigh.The Couriers (who David had expressed interest in joining) had a job waiting for him when he was discharged.So, in late 1963, David,s dream job finally came.He joined the Couriers, who, at that time, had recently sung at Carnegie Hall and released a very unusual album for Warner Brothers (,Nothing,But The Gospel Truth,).He almost immediately accompanied his new group across Canada, around the West Coast, and back across the entire USA on a six-week tour!Such traveling was typical of the Couriers in those days, but David loved being a Courier and his experience along with his Southern breeding helped get the Couriers over in the Southeast, where, at the time, they were members of the cast of the then-new ,Gospel Singing Jubilee, TV show.David,s onstage personality and bent for comedy as well as his spectacular piano playing and occasional tenor solos helped bring the Couriers to their peak of popularity as a quartet.David became one of the most beloved personalities in all of gospel music, while a Courier.His songwriting and arranging were also important parts of the Couriers, success in that period.
David was quite an accomplished songwriter, and that aspect of his talent peaked during his time with the Couriers.
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Truly, ,Little, David Young has lived a full and fulfilling life.He has spent time in the limelight, and out of it,regardless of where he has been, or what station he has held in his life, he is an embodiment of what a man can be and do when he devotes his life to using his gifts in the service of his Lord.For many years, David has entertained and blessed many with his gift of music, and even today, in his twilight years, he still is a blessing and influence on many.
The star of the tournament was ...
www.columbiaspectator.com, 11 Mar 2013 [cached]
The star of the tournament was senior Steve Santos, who wrestled his way to the 149-pound title with a 7-2 victory over Army's David Young.
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