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Harlan E. Stanley

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Employment History

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Society of Plastics Engineers , Inc.


Aviation Radioman

Navy


Moslo Machinery Co.


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Harlan E. Stanley

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Harlan E. StanleyHarlan E. Stanley - Harlan E. Stanley, 76, who designed injection molding equipment for the plastics industry, died of complications from cancer Thursday at his home in Parma. He worked for the Moslo Machinery Co., Lester Engineering and Jayco Manufacturing before retiring in 1995.He was a member of the Society of Plastics Engineers. Stanley, who was born in Rochester, Pa., grew up in Cleveland.He graduated from East Technical High School and received a diploma in applied electricity from the technical institute at Fenn College. During World War II, he served in the Navy as an aviation radioman.As a civilian, he was an amateur radio operator. Survivors include his wife of 54 years, Dorothy; daughter, Cathy Ann Stanley Thomas of Brunswick; son, Jeffrey E. of Parma; and a sister. Services are private. Busch Family Chapel of Parma is in charge of arrangements.


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