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Joseph A Messana

from Orland Park, IL
Age ~38

Joseph Messana Phones & Addresses

  • 15654 Sunset Ridge Dr, Orland Park, IL 60462
  • South Elgin, IL
  • Rolling Meadows, IL
  • Lockport, IL
  • Beecher, IL
  • Thornton, IL
  • Willeys, IL

Work

Position: Protective Service Occupations

Education

Degree: Bachelor's degree or higher

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Joseph M. Messana

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Specialties:
Nephrology
Work:
University Of Michigan Health System Nephrology
1500 E Medical Ctr Dr Taubman Bldg Fl 3 Reception C, Ann Arbor, MI 48109
(734) 936-5548 (phone), (734) 936-9621 (fax)
Education:
Medical School
University of Michigan Medical School
Graduated: 1982
Procedures:
Dialysis Procedures
Conditions:
Acne
Chronic Renal Disease
Contact Dermatitis
Hypertension (HTN)
Languages:
English
Spanish
Description:
Dr. Messana graduated from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1982. He works in Ann Arbor, MI and specializes in Nephrology. Dr. Messana is affiliated with University Of Michigan Hospitals & Health Center and VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System.
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Joseph Anthony Messana

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Resumes

Resumes

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Vice President At Messana Brothers

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Location:
Greater Chicago Area
Industry:
Construction
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Dairy Professional

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Location:
United States
Industry:
Dairy
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Joseph Messana

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United States
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Joseph Messana

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United States

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Joseph O. Messana
Principal
Messana's Candy Land LLC
Ret Candy/Confectionery
7062 183 St, Tinley Park, IL 60477
Joseph C. Messana
Chief Of Nephrology Services
Regents of The University of Michigan
Specialty Hospital College/University · Medical Doctor's Office Psychiatric Hospital College/University · General Hospital College/University · Medical Doctor's Office College/University · General Hospital College/University Specialty Outpatient Clinic · Specialty Outpatient Clinic College/University · Medical Doctor's Office General Hospital College/University · Child Day Care Services College/University
(734) 647-1417, (734) 936-4960, (734) 764-5175, (734) 936-5753
Joseph M. Messana
President, Director
Messana's Construction Co

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus And Method For Removing Contaminated Surface Soil

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US Patent:
2003003, Feb 13, 2003
Filed:
Aug 9, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/925768
Inventors:
Joseph Messana - Dyer IN,
Assignee:
Jet Vac, Inc. - Chicago IL
International Classification:
B09C001/08
B09C001/10
US Classification:
405/128500
Abstract:
A machine for continuously removing and packaging contaminated surface soil from sites, such as nuclear test areas, as the machine moves along a path of travel. The machine includes an auger-type scarfing unit for removing an upper layer of surface soil and directing the soil airborne into a chamber substantially enclosed to the outside environment, a soil separation and first bagging station including a cyclone generator for pneumatically receiving an air stream of soil removed by the scarfing unit and separating soil from the air stream for containment in bags which are periodically discarded from the machine, a filter and second bagging station for filtering remaining particulate matter from the air stream for containment in disposable bags, and a final filter station for removing substantially all remaining particulate matter from the air stream prior to discharge to the environment. The auger unit closely follows the contour of the land and is adjustable for removing predetermined relatively shallow depths of soil so as to eliminate unnecessary soil removal and prevent tainting previously uncontaminated soil.

Self Positioning Lamp Fixture

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US Patent:
5134555, Jul 28, 1992
Filed:
Sep 9, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/756674
Inventors:
Joseph Messana - New Lenox IL
International Classification:
F21V 2100
US Classification:
362382
Abstract:
A self positioning lamp fixture comprises an elongated stand having a lamp component on its upper end and a self-righting or self-positioning structure at its lower end. The self-righting or self-positioning structure comprises a hemi-spherical bottom wall with a rounded outer surface for contact with the horizontal surface on which the lamp fixture is placed, and a volume of weighted material or ballast uniformly dispersed in the hemi-spherical cavity bounded by the hemi-spherical bottom wall below the horizontal equatorial plane through the upper edge of the hemi-spherical bottom wall, such ballast having sufficient weight relative to the weight of the rest of the lamp fixture which is above to lower the center of gravity below the horizontal equatorial plane. Thus, when the lamp fixture is tipped or tilted from its vertical position, it pivots around such lowered center of gravity on the rounded outer surface of the bottom wall and gravitational forces acting on the weight of the ballast much as a teeter-totter brings the tilted lamp fixture back to its upright or vertical position.

Self-Positioning Lamp Fixture With Stabilizing Base

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US Patent:
5590956, Jan 7, 1997
Filed:
Jan 9, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/370372
Inventors:
Joseph Messana - New Lenox IL
Thomas Maiman - Lombard IL
Assignee:
Wobble Light Inc. - New Lenox IL
International Classification:
F21V 2106
US Classification:
362410
Abstract:
A self-positioning light fixture with a stabilizing base comprises a self-righting member in the shape of a spherical segment and a separate lamp supporting member with connecting means to join the two together and to separate each from the other. When separated, a filling neck or spout on the top wall of the self-righting member is exposed through which fluid ballast material such a sand may be poured into the cavity of the self-righting member. The filling neck has external threads to engage the internal threads of a recess opening to the bottom wall of the lamp supporting member when received therein to thereby couple the two members together. Additional fastening screws are provided to more securely connect the self-righting member to the lamp supporting member. A shock absorbing mechanism is provided comprising mounting springs to secure the lamp bulb socket member to the lamp supporting member and thereby protect it from shocks transmitted to the lamp fixture. The spherical segment self-righting member when filled with ballast material and connected to the lamp supporting member will rotate the fixture back to its upright position if tilted away therefrom.

Self-Positioning Lamp Fixture With Stabilizing Base

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US Patent:
5381325, Jan 10, 1995
Filed:
Feb 19, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/019491
Inventors:
Joseph Messana - New Lenox IL
International Classification:
F21V 2106
US Classification:
362410
Abstract:
A self-positioning light fixture with a stabilizing base comprises a self-righting member in the shape of a spherical segment and a separate lamp supporting member with connecting means to join the two together and to separate each from the other. When separated, a filling neck or spout on the top wall of the self-righting member is exposed through which fluid ballast material such as sand may be poured into the cavity of the self-righting member. The filling neck has external threads to engage the internal threads of a recess opening to the bottom wall of the lamp supporting member when received therein to thereby couple the two members together. Additional fastening screws are provided to more securely connect the self-righting member to the lamp supporting member. A shock absorbing mechanism is provided comprising mounting springs to secure the lamp bulb socket member to the lamp supporting member and thereby protect it from shocks transmitted to the lamp fixture. The spherical segment self-righting member when filled with ballast material and connected to the lamp supporting member will rotate the fixture back to its upright position if tilted away therefrom.

Self-Positioning Lamp Fixture With Integrally Formed Unitary Support Structure

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US Patent:
5490051, Feb 6, 1996
Filed:
Nov 1, 1993
Appl. No.:
8/143772
Inventors:
Joseph Messana - New Lenox IL
International Classification:
F21V 2120
US Classification:
362401
Abstract:
A self-positioning lamp fixture with an integrally formed unitary support structure, including a self righting rounded lower wall terminating in a flat portion to stabilize the lamp structure when in its upright position. A continuous cavity extends throughout the integrally formed support structure making it lightweight. A weight receiving recess is provided at the lower end having an open wall across the flat portion of the structure's lower wall to receive a cylindrical weight therein. The cylindrical weight is removable and is held in the weight receiving recess by removable lag screws. The cylindrical weight has a planar bottom wall which covers the open wall across the flat portion of the structure's lower wall when the cylindrical weight is secured in place within the weight receiving recess. A ventilation and cooling system is provided to cool the lamp assembly, comprising ventilation intake and discharge apertures and a blower to flow cooling air into, through and out of the lamp fixture and its lamp assembly. A flexible sheet reflector is provided which may be folded up when not in use and held in its folded up position on the lamp fixture until such time as it is to be used again.
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