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A friend of the couple said: "James has had a very interesting career - travelling the world as chief electrician with the merchant navy, followed by teaching at Brandon Secondary School and finishing his career as a lecturer at Newcastle College.
He was a veteran of World War II with time spent as chief electrician aboard various ocean-going vessels.
We meet Kevin Tweedy, chief electrician and lighting designer, whose role in putting on a show is as important as the actors'.
He was the chief electrician on a merchant marine ship.
He joined the Birmingham Post & Mail in 1950 under the leadership of works manager Charlie Farrell and chief electrician Eric Hibberd.
He joined the Post & Mail in 1950 and eventually rose to the position of chief electrician.
John Bradley, chief electrician, said, 'As manager of health and safety, I was already aware of the Scafftag safety tagging system for scaffolds, and when I saw that a system using the same principles of information communication existed for ladder inspections, I had no hesitation in ordering Laddertag for all our ladders.
Scilingo said he had worked at ESMA--one of the most notorious torture and execution centers during the dictatorship--but was only its chief electrician and not part of a covert unit that committed atrocities.