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Captain William Jones R.

Fire Department Contracts and Grants Manager

City of Los Angeles

Direct Phone: (213) ***-****       

Email: b***@***.org

City of Los Angeles

100 S. Main St. 10Th Floor

Los Angeles, California 90012

United States

Company Description

We are a recognized leader in the delivery of exceptional transportation services to our customers through continual improvement, innovation and teamwork. As we move into the future, that innovation and teamwork will help us continue to improve the qualit ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Transit Planner - Department of Environmental Services and Transportation Division and Transit Bureau
Arlington County - Arlington Transit

Principal Transportation Planner
Atlanta Fire Department

Owner
Jones Chevrolet Buick GMC

Marketing Consultant and Web Designer
LIG Marketing LLC

Owner
Accurate Home Inspection

Agent- Jones Insurance Service
Erie Insurance Group

Energy Management Specialist
Glens Falls City School District

Accounts Manager
Los Angeles City Fire Department Captain, Field Artillery/Transportation, USAR

Transit Planner - Bus Operations
Denton County Transportation Authority

Agent
Sentry Foundation Inc.

Affiliations

Finance Committee Member
First Lutheran Church

Member
CFI

Education



Stanford University

Ph.D.
psychology

master's degree
engineering systems

Web References (183 Total References)


Competitions Photo Gallery | Stoneleigh Deer Park Golf Club :: Coventry, Warwickshire

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" alt="1st HONORARY STAGS AWARD presented to Bill Jones in March 2008 -- At the STAGS Annual Dinner in March 2008, Brian Churchill, Stags Captain 2007/8, was pleased to present Bill Jones with the first HONORARY STAGS AWARD in recognition of his work for the STAGS and the Club over fourteen years.

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" alt="1st HONORARY STAGS AWARD presented to Bill Jones in March 2008 -- At the STAGS Annual Dinner in March 2008, Brian Churchill, Stags Captain 2007/8, was pleased to present Bill Jones with the first HONORARY STAGS AWARD in recognition of his work for the STAGS and the Club over fourteen years.
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Bill was the first STAGS Captain in 1993/4 and since that time both he and his wife Ann have given the Club their total support " />
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1st HONORARY STAGS AWARD presented to Bill Jones in March 2008


Affiliates of the Warren County Association of REALTORS®

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Bill Jones


Wreck Dive

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As the vessel passed the lighthouse, Captain William Jones estimated the ship's position as about one and three- quarter miles offshore and ordered a change in course to SSE to keep the ship at least a mile and a half offshore as it past by West Palm Beach. At around 4:20 am, Captain Jones retired, leaving the chief officer in charge. He left instructions the keep the vessel one and half mile offshore.

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Captain Jones ordered full reverse. The engines kicked into reverse but the ship didn't move. In the attempt to free the vessel, a large anchor was deployed to no avail. Two days later, a salvage ship showed up to help unload the cargo and to try to pull the Copenhagen from its predicament. Extra people from shore were employed to speed up the recovery of the coal. The loss of the ship was valued at $250,000 and the remaining cargo was valued at $12,500. Jones was found to be at fault for the incident. Examiners found that he did not employ proper navigation; and that he did not used his sounding lead.


British Army Officer Casualties : Peninsular War : Napoleonic Wars : Napoleon Bonaparte : 18th Century : Field Hospitals : Surgeons :

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Captain William Jones,


Brownie's Southport Divers : Local Dive Trips : Fort Lauderdale Diving

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As the vessel passed the lighthouse, Captain William Jones estimated the ship's position as about one and three- quarter miles offshore and ordered a change in course to SSE to keep the ship at least a mile and a half offshore as it past by West Palm Beach. At around 4:20 am, Captain Jones retired, leaving the chief officer in charge. He left instructions the keep the vessel one and half miles offshore.

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Captain Jones ordered full reverse. The engines kicked into reverse but the ship didn't move. In the attempt to free the vessel, a large anchor was deployed to no avail. Two days later, a salvage ship showed up to help unload the cargo and to try to pull the Copenhagen from its predicament. Extra people from shore were employed to speed up the recovery of the coal. The loss of the ship was valued at $250,000 and the remaining cargo was valued at $12,500. Jones was found to be at fault for the incident. Examiners found that he did not employ proper navigation; and that he did not used his sounding lead.

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