Keywords: editor, industry analyst, futurist,
sales, sales management, marketing management, consultant, ecommerce, instrumentation, controls, factory automation, process
control, industrial marketing, author, columnist, speaker, business-to-business marketing and sales
WALTER H. BOYES, JR.
837 Suncrest Drive
Aurora, IL 60506
e-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
in Chief, CONTROL magazine, Putman Media, Itasca IL
Spitzer and Boyes, LLC
1993-2001: Director, ISA Online.
1998-2003: Contributing Editor, Industrial
1999-2003: Contributing Editor, Flow
1995-2000: Director of Marketing and Sales,
SeaMetrics Inc., Kent, WA
1993: R&D100 Award, shared with 4 other
design team members
1991-1994: Regional Sales Manager, TN Technologies,
Inc., Round Rock, TX (division of Thermo Instrument Systems, a ThermoElectron Company)
1989-1991: Product Marketing Manager-- Municipal/Manning
Technologies, Inc., Round Rock, TX (a Baker-Hughes company)
1988-1989: Market Manager/Manning Products
Group, Texas Nuclear
Division, Ramsey Technologies, Inc., Austin, TX
1985-1988: Regional Sales Manager, Texas
Nuclear Division, Ramsey
Engineering Corporation, Austin, Texas
1984-1985: Sales Manager, Montedoro-Whitney
San Luis Obispo, California
1982-1984: PRESIDENT, W. H. BOYES &
CO., INC., SAN JOSE, CA
1978-1982: MANAGING GENERAL PARTNER, W.
H. BOYES & CO.
1976-1978: SALES ENGINEER, BOYES MUNICIPAL
1974-1976: ADVERTISING DIRECTOR, WILWARDCO,
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
1974, B.A., University of California, Santa
Theater Arts (Technical Theater/Television)
1980, California State
Limited Service Junior College
Teaching Credential: Ecology and Theater Arts
1993-2003: Member of the Publications Department,
ISA (Vice President, 2001-2)
1999-2005: President and Director, CorgiAid
Inc. a non-profit foundation devoted to the furtherance of rescue activities for Welsh Corgi dogs and corgi mixes.
1989-1990: Director, Meadows at Chandler
Creek Municipal Utility District, Round Rock, Texas
Olympics of California
PROJECTS AND PUBLICATIONS
1979, 3-part article "Chlorination Safety"
in CWPCA "Bulletin"
1980, marketing report "UV Disinfection"
for Mr. Wm. Seeger and Kennedy Engineers (now Kennedy Jenks Chilton) This report
was a pre-acquisition analysis of a manufacturer of UV Disinfection equipment, covering both marketing and financial analyses.
1981-2, Chairman, Northern California Joint
Instrumentation Conference (ISA/WPCF/AWWA JOINT SPONSORSHIP) Planned, and chaired,
a conference for 800 students including 64 concurrent class sessions, each worth 0.5 semester hours or 1 CEU
1983, Sales/Marketing Plan for proposed
manufacturer start-up; participated in creating the Business Plan
1982-1985, Principal Editor: Chlorination/Dechlorination
Section of Revised WPCF MOP "Disinfection of
1985, Article: "Insertion Flow Monitoring"
in Pollution Equipment
News (April Issue)
1986, Article: "Future of Nuclear Density
Gauging" in Measurement
and Control, October 1986
"The No-Nonsense Guide to Doppler Flow Meter
Applications", Texas Nuclear Corp. Austin Tx.
1988, Paper, "Three Innovative Nuclear Gauging
presented at ISA-SEACON, Richmond, VA
1989, Article: "Opinion: Trends in Density
Measurement & Control, October 1989
1990, Article: "The How's and Why's of Industrial
Effluent Sampling" in Pollution Equipment
News, August 1990
1991, Paper: "Advances in Flow Metering
Technology" WPCF Conference, Toronto, October 1991, with Hunter, R. E., and Natarajan,
1992, Tutorial, "How to Build and Sell Better Mousetraps-- A Primer for Technical Professionals" conducted under the auspices
of Instrument Society of America, Houston Conference, October 1992
1993, Paper, "Practical Uses of Non-Contacting
Density Instrumentation" ISA Conference, Chicago, IL, September 1993
1993, Recipient, jointly with 4 other team
members, of R&D100 Award for creation of innovative flow measurement system. R&D100
Award is given annually by R&D Magazine to honor the 100 most innovative and creative products released during the year.
1994, co-author of article, "Noninvasive
Sensing: Microwave Level and Guided Microwave Spectrometry" for Chemical Engineering Magazine June 1994 issue.
1994, encyclopedia entry, Density, published
in the Chemical Engineering Encyclopedia of Instrumentation
1994, Tutorial and Paper, "Its Not Rocket
Science: Managing Representatives in the 1990's and Beyond", ISA/94 Anaheim, October 1994.
1995, Tutorial and Paper,”It’s
Not Rocket Science II” , ISA/95 Houston
1996: Plenary Session Developer: “Marketing
on the Internet” for ISA/96 Chicago.
1997-2002t: Contributing Editor, “Industrial
Marketing Practitioner” magazine
1996-1999: Vice-Chair (Now Chair) Keynote and Plenary Sessions Committee, ISA/TechExpo Steering Committee, responsible for securing
Keynote and Plenary speakers for ISATech/97 and Expo/98 and Tech/99 and Expo/2000.
1998: expert witness in The Cannonbear Group
v. TN Technologies, ThermoElectron, et. al.
1998: paper, “Creation of an Instrumentation
Company Website” for ISA Expo98 Houston
1998: panel discussion developer: “Ecommerce
for Instrumentation Companies” for ISA Expo98
1998: Instructor, Toronto-In-Control, October
1998-2002: Editor, The Instrumentation Reference
Book, 3rd Edition, Butterworth-Heinemann publishers
2001: Co-author, with Shari L. S.
Worthington, E-Business in Manufacturing ISA Press
2001, 2005: “A Witch to Live”
in Ring of Fire, published by Baen Books