Rosemary Margaret Mrazik 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 90701–5549 Mobile Phone: (818) 325–9841 rmm038 @ gmail .com

Edited on Sunday, February 27, 2017; Thursday April 27, 2017. Monday, May 15, 2017. Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Wednesday, May 17, 2017. Edited by Rosemary M. Mrazik.

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 02:03 pm Pacific Time.

To Whom it May Concern:

I am applying to the Northrop Grumman Space Technology/Cutting Edge Optronics in Saint Charles, Missouri as an Accountant.

I applied to Northrop Grumman Space technology/Cutting Edge Optronics in Saint Charles, Missouri as an Accountant on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. I applied to the National Archives and Records Administration as an Archives Technician located in Spanish Lake, Missouri, from USAJobs.gov, Job Announcement Number JD1959588, Vacancy ID Number (VIN) 1959588, USAJobs Control Number 496617300, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. I applied to Continental Data Graphics at 4060 N Lakewood Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808 on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Admin Functional Support 3 at Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach CA. I applied to Maintenance Analyst at Boeing in Saint Louis, Missouri on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Macy’s in Los Cerritos Center as a part time Chanel Fragrance Sales, job 71471518 on Monday, May 15, 2017.

I registered and applied to the following temporary agencies in April and May 2017: Snelling Temporaries; AppleOne Employment/Act-1 Group of Companies; B. Loehr Staffing in Saint Louis, Missouri; Remedy Intelligent Staffing; Kelly Temporary Services; and Robert Half International/Office Team/Accountemps.

My resume is posted on: Indeed.com, Careerbuilder.com, Slideshare.net, Linkedin.com, Glassdoor.com, JobsToday.org, Monster.com, USAjobs.gov; and on the following social media: Google G+, Twitter.com, Facebook.com, Flickr.com, YouTube.com; and on the Family Tree websites: FindMyPast.com, MyHeritage.com, Geni.com, FamilySearch.org, Ancestry.com, JewishGen.org, FamilyTreeNow.com, and MyFamily.com.

I had Jury Duty at the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, at the Inglewood Courthouse, 4th Floor, Room 404, 1 Regent Street, Inglewood, California 90301 on the following dates: June 7, 2017 and May 1, 2017 while living at 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 in Artesia, California 90701–5549. I moved to this new apartment address on April 13, 2017.

I reapplied to Macy’s in Culver City in California, Manhattan Village Mall, Chesterfield Mall in Chesterfield Missouri, and Apollo Pennsylvania. Karen Coburn, who currently works with Burlington Coat Factory in Saint Louis, has a copy of my resume; Karen Coburn and I met when she hired me in my third year of college at the University of Missouri in Saint Louis, in July of 1986 at The Frame Factory in Creve Coeur in Missouri; I worked with Karen Coburn at the Frame Factory from my third year in college to my graduation from the same college; Karen gave a gift to me-a brief case (a brief case that was stolen from my car approximately one week prior to my hire date at Macy’s-the hire date of July Ninth, 2007; stolen from my car that was parked near the Santa Monica Police substation, where I was staying at the Hosteling International). I was hired by both Odessa and Shannon, even though they knew I was traveling from my last job in Oceanside California with Jerry Giardullo, a company owner of Mission equipment and Lifts, Inc., to Redondo Beach California. I applied to Macy’s Men’s and Home in Oceanside; prior to moving to live Karen Myers-my sister; to the house owned by Tony Nadalin- John Nadalin’s mother, house in Redondo Beach. Karen Myers (my sister) is married to John Nadalin.

My goal for my own life, that is to study, changed, as it neared the phase of the end of my friendship-because he decided to no longer be a friend.

For the past four and one-half years, I have been staying at the House of John Nadalin at the invitation of Karen Ann Myers MD, my sister; paying rent directly to her as we both stayed in the household that is of John Nadalin, someone she is currently married to and lives with in Culver City, CA.

We, Larry and myself, met in August of 2002 and talked amicably at that time at Starbucks in West Port Plaza in August of 2002, via Match.com; as I borrowed the company computers-with the permission of Rhonda Tenkku-my manager at that time. , because I did not own a computer until I moved to Redondo Beach with Larry Iwaki. -and with Rhonda Tenkku’s permission, the Marketing Information Department Manager at the Corporate offices of Hunter Engineering; and in the middle of and nearing the end of during my independent employment, in August of 2002 via Match.com as I borrowed the computers-with Rhonda Tenkku’s permission, the Marketing Information Manager at Hunter Engineering; because we were engaged to be married to one another in St. Louis, MO in 2002; and before I left the premises and employment as a Marketing Clerk on May ninth of 2003 at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, MO; and as he told me, the project the he was/is working on with the EUV Laser Program with Randall St. Pierre, PhD. I moved from my household at the apartment that I rented from 2000 to 2003 at West Pointe Apartments, a place where I signed a lease and for each apartment with my name, a rental agreement where I paid rent for three apartments from 1993 until May 22, 2003- a place that I chose for myself, during my independent employment- the independent employment of another person, as myself, and not employment as a contractor. I was employed at the invitation of the company at the Offices of First Services, LLP/First Banks, Inc. in Creve Coeur, MO and at the invitation from the Offices of Corporate Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, MO; Larry stayed, with my invitation because of our engagement to one another, the two of us were living in, at West Pointe Apartments in Maryland Heights, MO; since my friendship ended when/as the both were/are living at of in the beginning of November First of 2005 with Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. in physical chemistry; to be picked-up at a later date and time.

Lawrence Kazuo Iwaki Jr., PhD. and Randall St. Pierre, PhD., who, in March of 2003 with Randall’s wife-Deb, invited me move with them and Randall’s wife, while at their invitation to eat and sit with them at at a restaurant in the Central West End, to move to Los Angeles, CA in early 2003 with all three of them. Randall invited me to stay with his wife in the house they own in Palos Verdes because the cost of living in Los Angeles is too high; to stay only because I was engaged to Larry. I never did stay with Randall and Deb. I visited Randall and Deb with their invitation to a party for their son at their house, (I still have the invitation they mailed to me and delivered by the United States Postal Service to the apartments on Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 12, at Westview Apartments in Redondo Beach, CA), a visit with Larry Iwaki during the first year I lived on Aviation Boulevard in Redondo Beach, CA.

I stayed with Larry Iwaki, Jr. at the Mariott Extended Stay in El Segundo on Aviation Boulevard from May twenty-third 2003 to June thirtieth 2003, at the invitation of, arranged by, and paid by Northrop Grumman Space Technology. The moving van company was arranged and paid for by Northrop Grumman to move my furniture from my apartment at West Pointe Apartments in Maryland Heights, MO directly to the Westview Apartments in Redondo Beach, CA.

An apartment I rented with Larry, who is working at Cutting Edge Optronics/TRW/Northrop Grumman Space Technology at the time we both signed the rental/lease agreements; the same apartment complex where I rented and where I paid the rent for a signed lease agreement for two apartments, apartments 12 and 14, with Carrie Devoigne-Westview Apartment Complex Manager; signed with Cutting Edge Optronics/TRW/Northrop Grumman as the company employer for Larry Iwaki, and Hunter Engineering Company as my own employer-as I was not certain that this would last-with the Corporate offices address for Hunter; a lease agreement I signed with Larry for/on June twenty-fifth, 2003, for the first apartment number 12, to April thirtieth, 2004, and a second lease agreement that I signed with Larry for/on May first, 2004, for the second apartment number 16, to November eighth, 2005.

For the past four and one-half years, from March second, 2013 until the current date of February seventh, 2017 at the rate of $500.00 per month or $115.00 per week while I am employed; I rented and paid rent directly to Karen Ann Myers, my sister, from March second, 2013 to October thirtieth, 2014, initially at the household of John Nadalin at 222 Via Anita in Redondo Beach, CA 90277; and successively signed a lease agreement, rented, and paid rent directly to Karen by handing this to her, at two other apartments I leased with Karen and John, Mariner Apartments in Marina del Ray at 14000 Old Harbor Lane, Apartment 203 zip code 90292 from November first, 2014 until October thirtieth, 2015; and in Allessio Apartments in Culver City, CA at 5720 West Centinela, Building three, Apartment 412 zip code 90045 from October thirtieth, 2015 until the current date of Tuesday, February seventh, 2017.

Approximately May sixth, 2012, I began making arrangements with Kathleen Ann Myers-my mother, to move in with her in the event I lost my employment at Macy’s in Manhattan Village, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266. I talked to her over the mobile telephone at least once each month since then, during my full time employment at Macy’s, all in one location for my entire life of working at that employer; and sending to her a monthly allowance in the amount of ten dollars per month and, with each Macy’s yearly pay raise, the monthly allowance was increased to thirty dollars per month; all of this sent directly to her, using the United States Postal Service and then successively through a gift card from Wal-mart; that was re-filled directly from my US Bank checking account to the Wal-mart banking center who managed the gift card re-fills; US Bank is one of the banks where Macy’s directly deposited my weekly paycheck to my checking account; the other bank account with a direct deposit of my weekly paycheck to my checking account is Bank of America from Macy’s, my employer from July ninth, 2007 to March fourteenth, 2016 without one break in the weekly paycheck. Macy’s, by my choice, as I was able to change the direct deposits from my paycheck at any time at and at my sole discretion, deposited to my Merryll Lynch 401k plan that was administered by them for my retirement money to include a second retirement 401k plan that was introduced by the United States Treasury Department and managed by a bank, Comerica.


My past work experience includes seven years in the Marketing Information Department at the company corporate offices at Hunter Engineering Company from April 1996 to May 2003, an automotive support engineering company headquartered in Bridgeton, MO. This is a company owned by Steve Braur. I was interviewed at the company corporate headquarters and hired by Eric Wolter, the manager of the department, as a Territory Management Clerk in the Marketing Information Department. I accidentally parked in Mr. Braur’s reserved parking place on the day of the interview, realized my error, and moved my car to the employee parking lot. From the first few weeks at my new job to the last few weeks, Douglas Woolverton and Greg Dunkin would regularly stop at my work cubical to personally hand to me the paperwork for the changes to their sales and service territories. Later, I was promoted by Dave Smith, VP of Sales and Marketing, and Rhonda Tenkku, manager of the Marketing Information Department, to be a Sr. Territory Management Representative in the same department. The job duties included supporting the VP of Sales and Marketing and the Regional and Divisional Sales Managers when revising and updating the contracts for the independent sales and service representatives, updating territory assignments in an AS/400 database, data entry, revising sales and service contracts, preparing the sales and service maps for the contracts, writing interoffice correspondence, managing a yearly direct mail project, answering the telephone, sorting mail for the department, and special projects as assigned by Don Emerson. My co-workers at the time I was hired were Pete Tessler and Ann Jansen. Douglas Woolverton, a Regional and Divisional Sales Manager at Hunter Engineering and who worked with me during my entire employment at the same company, wrote a letter of recommendation for me prior to my last days of leaving this company. I was to keep him informed about my job search progress by letting him know who to address the letter of recommendation to and where to send it.

I would have continued my employment at Hunter Engineering Company with no intention of leaving until I received my advanced degree. At that time, my goal was to enter medical school. After meeting and getting engaged to Larry Iwaki, Jr PhD, his job as a laser scientist working on a program, the EUV Laser Team, with Randy St. Pierre PhD Chief Scientist/ Manager, EUV Laser Operations, at Cutting Edge Electronics in St. Charles, MO, a business venture of Northrop Grumman Corporation, was moved to Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA. Larry asked if I would move with him to his new job location, which I did. While I was working at Hunter Engineering Company, I applied to Northrop Grumman Space Technology with Larry’s endorsement after meeting and talking with Randy St. Pierre, several of the other scientists and engineers such as Brian Brickeen Sr. Laser Scientist, Mark Kushina Sr. Laser Engineer, Sam Ponte, Ron Foche, Theodore Konopelski, and Steve Saffa while at a holiday party in December 2002 in St. Louis that was hosted at the house of Armondo Martos from Cutting Edge Electronics. Apparently, I did not pass the litmus test and was not offered a job. I left Hunter Engineering Company in May 2003 on my own accord and moved to Redondo Beach, CA with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr.PhD. Northrop Grumman hired a moving van company to move my furniture from Maryland Heights, MO to Redondo Beach, CA in May 2003. Since then, I changed my advanced degree goal to engineering and physics. Because I was not able to get a job with Northrop Grumman while living with Larry K. Iwaki Jr. PhD., I decided to talk to Jerry Giardullo about working for him at his new company in Oceanside, CA.

Bill Markey, a Regional and Divisional Sales Manager with Hunter Engineering Company, after talking with me during several telephone conversation, referred me to Jerry Giardullo to work at his company. I first met Bill Markey at Hunter Engineering when he was the Service Center Manager in Bridgeton, MO. For almost twenty years, Jerry Giardullo was a sales and service contractor with Hunter Engineering and at the time I left the same company. Jerry began his company about the same time I left Hunter Engineering Company. I have eleven months experience as an Administrative Coordinator at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc., a small automotive support company from January 2006 to November 2006. This is a company owned by Jerry Giardullo in Oceanside, CA near the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and the Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton. From what I remember, after I parked my car for the interview and was crossing the street to Mr. Giardullo’s company, Pat Dolbek, from the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, asked for directions from her stopped car. The job duties included data entry, producing and tracking purchase orders, compiling a customer management list, shipping and receiving, tracking the inventory, answering the telephone, filing and organizing the marketing brochures from the vendors, producing quotes, and compiling the sales leads. My co-workers were Danny Castro, Lucas McAhren, and Teresa Swank. While I was working at Jerry’s company, he showed to me an older model of a Hunter Engineering tire changer, stored in the warehouse at his new company, that he sold when he began working as an independent sales and service representative at Hunter Engineering Company. I asked Jerry to plug in the tire changer and turn it on; it still works.

My most recent work experience includes eight years of sales and merchandising experience at Macy’s from July 2007 to March 2016. While employed at Macy’s in Manhattan Beach, CA, my goal was to meet and talk to the employees from Northrop Grumman Space Technology. I did talk to and send my resume to two employees at Northrop Grumman: Marjorie Honnaka, Business Area Director, Financial Operations Integration at Northrop Grumman Corporation Integrated Systems and Ronnie Higgins at Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Both Ronniie Higgins and Marjorie Honnaka were my regular customers for several years when I began working as a sales person in Polo Ralph Lauren. I was able to email my resume to Marjorie Honnaka when I was working in Polo Ralph Lauren. Later, in August 2014, Ronnie Higgins asked me to send my resume by email after I talked to him about the program that he was managing and the James Webb Space Telescope. Ronnie Higgins was to send my resume to his business office area manager who knew of the open jobs in the business office. I was a sales support person in Levis at that point. Ronnie Higgins returned a few weeks after I sent the resume to him while I was working in Levis to give an update to me.

I have seven years experience with Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and a mapping software at Hunter Engineering Company. My typing is currently 35 WPM and I know 10 key by touch.

I already have a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing and a Minor in Art History from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. I began physics and chemistry classes for my post baccalaureate pre medical classes from the University of Missouri-St. Louis when I was working at Hunter Engineering Company. My focus and long term goal remains to obtain a PhD in the sciences; Physics and Engineering. The most recent article that I read theorizes how the ice ages advanced by a combination of three factors: the wobble of the earth on its axis (similar to a spinning toy top), how the shape of the of the orbit of the earth around the sun varies (the stretching and unstretching of a rubber band), and how the same earth orbit’s plane can shift its incline (similar to a table top, the orbital plane, tilting up or down or pushed forwards and backwards). These factors include the variations in the gravitational tugs from the surrounding planets and satellites, the Sun, and the entire solar system. That is the theory proposed by geophysicist and astronomer Milutin Milankovitch, as found on Wikipedia. I am assuming, without reading further, that the electromagnetic field that surrounds the earth is altered around the north and south poles, breaking apart, due in part to the theory proposed by Milutin Milankovitch and the gravitational pulls from the surrounding planets and satellite, contributing to the size of the ozone hole and is a natural progression of the advancing and retreating of the ice ages. This can explain why the full Moon looks larger in the night sky than at other times in the past because the shape of the Moon’s orbit, being elliptical, shifts towards Earth at the same time that the Earth’s orbit shifts towards the Moon; and why the magnetic North pole moved from one planet to another, making this predictable and how long the next ice age lasts. The increasing and decreasing of the Earth’s rotation and its electromagnetic field changes can then be explained as being abrupt and sudden. My profile on Linkedin.com has several recommendations from Hunter Engineering Company at Rosemary M. Mrazik | LinkedIn. I can be reached on my mobile phone at (818) 325–9841 or my email address at RMM038@gmail.com. To maintain daily living expenses, it seems as if job offers, job transfers, employment at any company, operating my own business, secondary jobs, continuing education, telephone calls, voice mail messages, photos saved to the SIM card on the mobile phone, and emails are being cut off, eliminated, and/or blocked. I make certain all correspondence is returned as requested, as you may remember since I worked diligently with Dave Smith and others. At this time, I received no correspondence from Corporate Hunter Engineering Company, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr PhD, or Ann Jansen.
I received one mobile phone message from my brother, Thomas John Mrazik, a Border Patrol Agent in Oklahoma City and a pilot, on June 4, 2016 and no other correspondence or even visits from him for almost fourteen years; I last saw Tommy for one visit when I was with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD and when Larry and I were visiting Tommy in El Paso, TX, as the two of us moved from Maryland Heights, MO to Redondo Beach, CA; Tommy was working as a Border Patrol Agent in El Paso. Since I moved from Maryland Heights, MO to Redondo Beach, CA in June of 2003, no telephone calls or voice mail messages on my mobile phone have reached me from Robert Bruce Mrazik; my brother, who is living in O’Fallon, MO since 1992, and is an electrician at the local electrician’s union; Bob met Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD when the two of us were having dinner at Bob’s house in O’Fallon. At a dinner in the House of Kathy Myers in Wildwood, MO and around 2002, I introduced Larry to Kathy Myers — my mother in Apollo, PA and Marge Hall-my mother’s cousin in Youngstown, OH. From June of 2003 until the end of 2004, once Larry and I were unpacked and moved into the apartments on Aviation Boulevard in Redondo Beach, CA, Karen Myers and John Nadalin met Larry one time at our apartment when I scheduled an interview for the Aerospace Corporation in El Segundo, CA; I never got to the job interview. At this time, please contact David Cobb, my step-brother and the closest thing to my step-father, if there is no return correspondence or acknowledgement; at (214) 850–8303. If I do not return any correspondence from Corporate Hunter Engineering Company, Northrop Grumman Corporation, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr PhD from his offices at Northrop Grumman Corporation or Cutting Edge Optronics, or Ann Jansen from her office at Corporate Hunter Engineering Company; then, at any time, contact David Cobb at (214) 850–8303. If in turn, any telephone calls to David Cobb, are not returned to the company offices, then at any time contact my biological sister, Karen Ann Myers, at (310) 622–5089 last.
I hope to hear from you soon.

Sincerely,

Rosemary M. Mrazik

Rosemary Margaret Mrazik 11412 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 90701–5549 Mobile Phone: (818) 325–9841 rmm038 @ gmail .com

Objective and Overview: Seeking an opportunity with a company that will combine my experience in business, my bachelor’s degree, and my interest in the sciences. At Hunter Engineering Company, I was working in the Marketing Information Department for seven years. I managed a database, prepared contracts, managed a yearly short term direct mail project, typed and distributed inter office memos, and supported the Regional and Divisional Sales Managers with special projects. I utilized Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and a mapping software. After Hunter Engineering, I worked at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc and then Macy’s. I graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Minor in Art History in 1988. Later, while working at Hunter Engineering Company, I began evening classes for pre-medicine, from 1996–2003 at UM-St. Louis. My focus and long term goal remains to obtain a PhD in the sciences.

Skills and Accomplishments: My office skills include data entry, marketing, managing a yearly short-term direct mail project, revising contracts, managing a database, typing and distributing inter-office memos, and supporting the Regional and Divisional Sales Managers with special projects. I used Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and a mapping software on a daily basis. My typing is currently 35 WPM and know 10 key by touch. My education includes a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a GPA of 2.453 and Post Baccalaureate Pre Medical classes with a GPA of 3.123.

Colleges and Schools with my resume: University of Missouri-Saint Louis; Parkway School District in Chesterfield, Missouri; Mary Institute and Country Day School (MICDS) in Ladue, Missouri; Webster University in Saint Louis Missouri; and Washington University in Saint Louis; University of California Los Angeles.

Past Employers with my resume: Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, Missouri; First Banks in Creve Coeur, Missouri; and Macy’s, originally R.H.Macy & Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio, Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc., Phoenix Textile Corporation

Saint Louis based companies with my resume: Anheuser-Busch Brewery, Barnes-Jewish Hospital, Boeing, Consolidated Grain and Barge Company, Schnucks, Dierbergs Markets, Energizer, Emerson Electric, Enterprise Holdings, Express Scripts, B.Loehr Staffing, First Banks, Hunter Engineering Company, Hager Hinge Company, Kohner Properties, LHM Properties, Cutting Edge Optronics, Monsanto Corporate, Phoenix Textile Corporation, Ralston Purina, now Nestle Purena.

Job Search websites: My resume is posted on: Linkedin.com, Slideshare.com, Monster.com, Indeed.com, CareerBuilder, JobsToday.org, GlassDoor, Craigslist.com, the Missouri Unemployment Office at Jobs.mo.gov, USAJobs.gov, Neogov.com, and Facebook.

Donations: I have donated to the following organizations: Cops 4 Causes, Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society, Parkway Alumni Association, the Universiy of Missouri Saint Louis Alumni, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Relief Association, San Diego Police Foundation, Los Angeles Police Foundation, Torrance Police Officers Association, Government Websites with my resume: USAJobs.gov; Neogov.com-City of El Segundo and Palos Verdes Library.

Social Clubs: I am a past member of Toastmaster’s International, a public speaking organization: Peninsula Toastmaster’s Club 174 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California at www.Turbobase.com for the Toastmaster’s meetings; a guest at Tick Talk Toastmaster’s in Carlsbad, California; and a past member with Toastmasters at the Josyln Center in Manhattan Beach, California.

Social Networking Websites: I am on these other social websites: Flickr, Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google G+, FourSquare, Instagram, Nixle.com

Family History Websites, most with my resume: My family history and resume is on the following websites: MyHeritage.com, FindMyPast.com, Geni.com, FamilySearch.org, MyFamily.com, FamilyTreeNow.com, Ancestry.com, JewishGen.org.

Networking website for group meetings: Loomio, Google G+,

Publishing websites: Medium.com,

Travel and Trip Planning websites: TripAdvisor.com, Yelp.com, Travelocity.com, Expedia.com, Evite.com,

File Storage websites: GitHub.com, Postman.com, Box.net, DropBox.com, Gantter.com, Google Drive file storage, OneDrive file sharing, Shipwire a shipping and warehousing service for e-commerce,

Real Estate websites: I am on the following real estate websites; Redfin.com, Zillow.com, LandWatch, and Trulia.com.

Financial websites: My retirement 401k savings was with MerrillEdge.com, an online discount brokerage service provided by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and with the United States Department of the Treasury’s myRA.

Companies with my Resume Utility Companies with my resume: Ameren Corporation,

Banks and Financial Institutions with my resume: Bank of America, First Banks, US Bank, Wells Fargo, Citibank, Wells Fargo, First Community Credit Union, UBS,

Tax Companies with my resume: H&R Block

e-Commerce Companies with my resume: Internet Brands, Roham International, Inc., Stamps.com

Clothing/Retail Companies with my resume: Macy’s, Levis, Polo/Ralph Lauren, Goodwill, Men’s Warehouse, PayLess Shoes, Ross

General Stores with my resume: Wal-Mart, Target,

Hospitality/Hotels with my resume: Drury Inns, LHM Properties (The Cheshire, Seven Gables, Double Tree)

Liquor/Convenience stores with my resume: Beverages and More (BevMo!),

Automotive/Repair/Supply Companies with my resume: Sears Automotive, Firestone, Bridgestone, Goodyear Tires, Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.

Electronics companies with my resume: Radio Shack

Aerospace Companies with my resume: Boeing, The Aerospace Corporation, General Dynamics, Continental Data Graphics, Northrop Grumman Space Technology, Cutting Edge Optronics

Membership Club with my resume: AAA of Southern California, BevMo!,

Restaurant/Retail Companies with my resume: Starbucks Corporate, McDonald’s Corporate, Jack in the Box Corporate, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Dominoe’s Pizza, Carls’ Jr. Corporate, Dairy Queen Corporate,

Grocery/Convenience Stores with my resume: Aldi’s, Albertson’s, 99 Cent Only Stores, Schnucks, 7-Eleven Stores, Dierberg’s Markets

Pharmacies/Convenience Stores with my resume: Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy, RiteAid

Hospitals/Health Care/Eye Wear companies with my resume: Kaiser Permanente, Luxottica (LensCrafters), Skyline Urology

Oil and Gas Stations with my resume: Chevron, Shell Oil and Gas, Sunoco Gasoline Corporate, BP/Arco/ampm British Patroleum Corporate, Phillips 66,

Temporary Agencies with my resume: Remedy Intelligent Staffing, Snelling Temporaries, AppleOne Temporaries/Act-1, B.Loehr Staffing, Kelly Temporaries, Robert Half International/Office Team

Think Tanks with my resume: The Aerospace Corporation, RAND Corporation

My Company Website: Sportswear by Rosemary Mrazik; http://www.companycasuals.com/SportswearByRosemaryMrazik

My Blog: “Topics of Interest” by Rosemary M. Mrazik; https://rosemarymrazik.blogspot.com

Jobs I Applied to: I applied to Northrop Grumman Space Technology/Cutting Edge Optronics in Saint Charles, Missouri as an Accountant on May 17, 2017. I applied to the National Archives and Records Administration as an Archives Technician located in Spanish Lake, Missouri, from USAJobs.gov, Job Announcement Number JD1959588, Vacancy ID Number (VIN) 1959588, USAJobs Control Number 496617300, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. I applied to Continental Data Graphics at 4060 N Lakewood Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808 on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Admin Functional Support 3 at Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach CA. I applied to Boeing as a Maintenance Analyst in Saint Louis, Missouri on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Macy’s in Los Cerritos Center as a part time Chanel Fragrance Sales, job 71471518 on Monday, May 15, 2017.

Experience 1983–2017

My next Job:

May 15, 2017 Snelling Temporaries 7777 Center Drive, Suite 495 Huntington Beach, California 92647 Phone: (657) 204–1960 *I applied to: Call Center in Anaheim, California 92806 at $16.00 per hour plus bonus, 35 to 40 hours per week, temp to hire. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 B. Loehr Staffing Main Office 9666 Olive Boulevard, Suite 220 Olivette, Missouri 63132 Phone: (314) 567–5600 *I sent my cover letter, resume, education, family history, and professional work references by email. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Remedy Intelligent Staffing Branch No: 67122–6270 5714 South Lindbergh Blvd, Suite 3 St. Louis, MO 63123 Phone: (314) 842–6440 *I applied as a receptionist in Saint Louis, Missouri; as a Commercial Loan Assistant, job number 160803 short-term temporary job at $23.00 per hour in Pasadena, California. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Kelly Temporary Services 5000 East Spring Street, Suite 430 Long Beach, CA 90815–5224 Phone: (714) 861–2100 *I applied to a Call Center Representative, job US41L3TS_BH1271631 part-time at $15.00 per hour in Cerritos, California; a Data Entry Clerk, job US41L3JM_BH1283656 full time at $12.00 per hour in Saint Louis, Missouri. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Robert Half International/Office Team/Accountemps 17871 Park Plaza Drive. 2nd Floor Suite 280 Cerritos, CA 90703 Phone: (562) 356–1031 *I applied as a Sales Assistant, full time in East Saint Louis, Illinois at $40,000 per year; my resume was sent to Diane Mabry in the Saint Louis Robert Half location. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 AppleOne Employment/Act 1 Group of Companies 12750 Center Court Drive Suite 120 Cerritos, CA 90703 Phone: (562) 356–1694 *I applied to: Sales Audit Assistant in Santa Fe Springs, California 90670, job 1022/0427201702, at $38,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Molly Rez. *I applied to: HR Admin in Long Beach, California 90805, job 1017/MO1017HR, at $45,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Meyumi Ortiz. *I applied to: Client Services in Cypress, California 90630; job 1052/1052CSDA, at $31,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Donovan Aranda. *I applied to: Data Entry Specialist in Cypress, California 90630; job 1052/DE1052DA, at $35,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Donovan Aranda. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 90701–5549

October 7, 2013 through October 13, 2016: Kaiser Permanente health care coverage. Mona Ameet Shah, M.D. in Internal Medicine at Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Torrance, CA; Scott Daniel Miller, M.D. in Neurology at Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Harbor City, CA; Tracy Ann Cyngiser, Allied Health in Neurology; Gail L. Shibayama, O.D. in Optometry South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA; Phlebotomy at the Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Harbor City, CA; Julie Anne Ziegler LCSW, Neurology at the Kaiser South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA; Brittany Alice Bryan, M.D. in Internal Medicine at the Kaiser Playa del Rey Medical Offices in Playa del Rey, CA; Radiology, Kaiser South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA.

March 15, 2016: Unemployed.

March 2012 to July 2012: Peninsula Toastmaster’s Club 174 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California; with Bill Bau, Lupe Andrade-Powell, Kathy Branconier, Austin Burge, Julie Burge, Ivone Duffin, Marlo Duffin, Raymond Duke, Angel Estrada, Elayne Grgas, Bonny Kamen, Gordon Kehmeier, Stan Laeno, Shelly Lipanovitch, Karina Gaete Llanos, Raul Lopez, Phillip Lundeeen, Betty Nebelsky, Larry Savell, Michael Schulman, Shelly Stockwell-Nicholas, Angela Soto, Adam Thomas, Lauren Thomas, Grace Cainoy Weltman, and Steve Weltman.

July 9, 2007 to March 14, 2016 Macy’s Inc. Manhattan Village 3400 Sepulveda Boulevard Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 310–546–5525 www.macysinc.com

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from Karen Ann Myers- my biological sister; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, John Nadalin. *Resided: March 2, 2013 throughout October 31, 2014. 222 Via Anita Redondo Beach, California 90277 My Mobile Telephone Number (818) 325–9841.

My Permanent Address: Resided: November 1, 2014 throughout October 30, 2015; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Mariners Village Apartments 14000 Old Harbor Lane, Apartment 203 Marina del Rey, California 90292

My Permanent Address: Resided: October 30, 2015 to April 13, 2017; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Alessio Apartments 5720 West Centinela, Apartment 412 Building Three Culver City-Los Angeles, California 90045

My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

I was interviewed and hired by Odessa Manligas — Men’s Clothing Sales Manager and Shannon Giancotta — Store Manager.

  • Customers: Dr. Barry Tischler, Fredrick Shaper, Oscar C. Juat Jr., Brice Head, Carolina Verdin, Max Kaousi, Samuel Ibraham, Arturo Mendoza, Keanna Briles, Lynn Busia, Sung Kim, Sean (Son Van) Nguyen, Louis Dumont, Dr. Paul Nordin, Barry Nelms, Grace and Edward Kim, Nathan Au, Robert Powell, Patrick Vasquez, Alex Gaw, Thomas Cleary, Christian Eichelburger, and Wayne C. Smith. *Managers: Odessa Manligas, Irma Chavez, Donna Wade, Megan Bainbridge, Lavetta Hines, Trey Glascoe, Jacob-Loss Prevention, Darina. *Coworkers: Breanna, Akosita, Bernadette Zaklit, Sam Kallos, Kareem, Hanelmalmedhin.

*Store Managers: Manhattan Village Macy’s: Tracie Manick-Store Manager from 4/2/2011-current, Teresa Matus — Store Manager from 2008–4/1/2011, Shannon Giancotta — prior Store Manager. Human Resources: Nikki Saffrey, Yasmin Cano. Fine Jewelry Manager: Scott O’Brien. Merchandising Manager/Purses District Manager: Pauline. *Odessa Manligas- my sales manager from July 9, 2007 to March 6, 2010 and from February 2012- May 5, 2012; Irma Chavez-my sales manager from August 29, 2010-February 2012; Donna Wade-my sales manager from March 6, 2010 to August 28, 2010 and May 6, 2012- July 15, 2012; Lavetta Hines, Odessa Manligas-my signing Team Lead Managers from April, 12, 2015 through March 14, 2016. *Polo Ralph Lauren Manufacturer’s Sales Representatives: Ronald Romero- Shop Manager, James Burden up to March 2010 and Heidi Bruner-prior manufacturer’s representatives; Cindy Gutierrez *Levis Manufacturer’s Representatives: Isabell Bogosian, Gena Jones, April Sprangler.

Accomplishments: 4/12/2015–3/14/2016; Signing Team Lead. The job duties include: supervising a team of associates to ensure that all merchandise is properly signed; coordinate and oversee the timely execution of sign set-up and removal for the entire store; recruit, train, motivate, and develop Signing Associates to their fullest potential through coaching and feedback; and ensure that all policies, procedures, and standards are understood and followed by Signing Associates.

  • 37.5 hours per week. From 4/12/2015–5/2/2015, the pay rate was $13.10 per hour. From 5/3/2015–3/14/2016, the pay rate is $13.40 per hour.

5/6/2012–4/11/2015: Levis Merchandise Handler The job duties include: support the selling environment for Levis in the Men’s Department to include assisting customers with selecting Levis; meeting the monthly sales goal; advising the customer about the product features and fit; merchandising the Levis product display; yearly inventory.

  • Bonus: The bonus paid to date from Levis in 2012 for meeting or exceeding the monthly sales goal for Levis was paid for the months of June, July, August, September, October, November, and December. My total bonus for 2012 is $700.00. The bonus paid to date from Levis in 2013 for meeting or exceeding the monthly sales goal for Levis was paid for the months of January, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, and December. My total bonus for 2013 is $1,000.00.
  • Sales in Levis by Month in 2012: For the month of May, my sales in Levis were 6% over the planned sales goal and 0.67% over last year’s sales. For the month of June, my sales in Levis were 6.04% over the planned sales goal and 19.68% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Levis were 10.81% over the planned sales goal and 13.49% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Levis were 21.20% over the planned sales goal and 30.15% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Levis were 14.06% over the planned sales goal and 20.02% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Levis were 28.34% over the planned sales goal and 37.89% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Levis were 37.4% over the planned sales goal and 28.57% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Levis were 11.2% over the planned sales goal and 29.7% over last year’s sales.
  • 37.5 hours per week, and a bonus when the sales goal for the month is met. From 5/6/2012–8/10/2013, the pay rate was $9.90 per hour. From 8/11/2013–5/3/2014, the pay rate is $10.90 per hour. From 5/4/2014–4/11/2015, the pay rate is $11.20 per hour.

1/2/2012–5/5/2012: Fitting Room Attendant, part time work, 15–25 hours per week, $9.60 per hour. 11/10/2011–1/1/2012: Holiday Recovery Lead, full time seasonal work, $10.60 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. Assigned to supervise 8–13 holiday seasonal associates in both the Men’s and Women’s buildings at Macy’s in Manhattan Beach. 1/31/2011- 11/9/2011: Fitting Room Attendant, per Human Resources, I was offered a part time Fitting Room Attendant position at $9.50 per hour at 15–30 hours per week. In May 2011, I had a pay raise to $9.60 per hour. 12/25/2010–01/31/2011: Recovery Associate, $9.50 per hour, 0–30 hours per week . 1/18/2011: Layoff Status: I was informed by Human Resources that the sales support recovery positions were being eliminated across the country at Macy’s. My current recovery position ends effective 1/31/2011. I was offered a severance package or to be placed in available openings. 10/31/2010–12/25/2010: Holiday Recovery Supervisor, full time seasonal work, $10.50 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. Assigned to supervise 12–17 holiday seasonal associates in both the Men’s and Women’s buildings at Macy’s in Manhattan Beach.
The major job duties included making certain that the sales floor was presentation ready at all times in both buildings during the holiday season. I monitored the fitting rooms, sales floor and cash wrap stands for merchandise, and kept the displays ordered and well stocked with merchandise. 8/28/2010–10/30/2010: Recovery Associate, part time evening work, $9.50 per hour, 15 hours per week as a second job to My Alumni Apparel. I accepted a cut in pay because this job was the only one available at the time that was part time evening work.

7/9/2007–8/28/2010:Sales Associate, Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist in the Men’s Department, full time, 37.5 hours per week at a beginning pay rate of $10.00 per hour and ending at $11.77 per hour.

  • Large Sales Volume: In December 2009, two weeks before Christmas, we were allowed to work overtime; my hours were six ten-hour days for each week of the two week time span. During that time period, I had two different days where I sold $10,000 worth of merchandise in one day. The high sales dollars for the month of December 2009: 12/15/2010 $7,579.81; 12/16/2009 $10,085.44; 12/21/2009 $12,319.22; 12/22/2009 $9,610.75; 12/23/2009 $9,796.52; 12/24/2009 $7,917.90.
  • Bonus: Total bonus paid to date from Polo Ralph Lauren for 2008 is $2,850.00, for 2009 is $1,100.00, and for 2010 is $350.00. I was a member of the American Management Association for 2009.
  • Recognitions: On February 18, 2010, the regional manager for the Men’s Family of Business, Shelly Hilkirt, recognized my efforts in the Polo Ralph Lauren Department: I was able to increase the tier volume by 47% to plan and 25% to last year’s sales numbers with a 38.47 gross margin. Shelly Hilkirt reports to Cal Patridge. As of the end of the second week in February, my sales are 21.2 thousand dollars for the period to date this year compared to 17.0 thousand dollars for last year at the same time, and with a sales plan for 14.5 thousand dollars.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales- Sales Volume by Month, Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2008 For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 49.9% over the planned sales goal and 40.5% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 61.4% over the planned sales goal and 45.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 52.1% over the planned sales goal and 35.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of May, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 40.6% over the planned sales goal and 20.0% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 70.4% over the planned sales goal and 47.3% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 32.4% over the planned sales goal and 11.6% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 15.4% over the planned sales goal and 10.1% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -7.1% over the planned sales goal and -12.2% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 13.6% over the planned sales goal and 4.0% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 58% over the planned sales goal and 28.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 1.4% over the planned sales goal and 5.6% over last year’s sales.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2009 For the month of January, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -18.2% over the planned sales goal and -12.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -27.3% over the planned sales goal and -26.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -13.1% over the planned sales goal and -13.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -7.2% over the planned sales goal and -13.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of May, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 9.52% over the planned sales goal and 2.8% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 5.71% over the planned sales goal and -0.33% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 27.6% over the planned sales goal and -6.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 17.2% over the planned sales goal and 8.2% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 5.7% over the planned sales goal and -9.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -11.3% over the planned sales goal and -22.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were (unavailable)% over the planned sales goal and (unavailable)% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 3.8% over the planned sales goal and -4.1% over last year’s sales.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2010 For the month of January, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -2.9% over the planned sales goal and 16.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 42.2% over the planned sales goal and 34.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -9.5% over the planned sales goal and -9.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 15.7% over the planned sales goal and -3.0% over last year’s sales. For the month of May*, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -1.35% over the planned sales goal and -17.8% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales.
  • Some of May’s 2010 Week 4 sales data were available; I never received the complete report for the last week of May; The sales percentages used are estimates.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008.
    For the months of February through and December 2008, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 49.9%, 61.4%, 52.1%, 40.6%, 70.4%, 32.4%, 15.4%, -7.1%, 13.6%, 58%, and 1.4% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, my actual sales are 40.5%, 45.4%, 35.9%, 20.0%, 47.3%, 11.6%, 10.1%, -12.2%, 4.0%, 28.9%, 5.6% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through December 2009, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -18.2%, -27.3%, -13.1%, -7.2%, 9.52%, 5.71%, 27.6%, 17.2%, 5.7%, -11.3%, unavailable, and 3.8% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through December 2009, my actual sales are -12.4%, -26.4%, -13.7%, -13.9%, 2.8%, -0.33%, -6.7%, 8.2%, -9.4%, -22.7%, unavailable, and -4.1% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through June 2010, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -2.9%, 42.4%, -9.5%, 15.7%, -1.35%, June, July, August, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of January through June 2010, my actual sales are 16.9%, 34.7%, -9.9%, -3%, -17.8%, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. * Some of May’s 2010 Week 4 sales data were available; I never received the complete report for the last week of May; The sales percentages used are estimates. Season to date, my sales are approximately % above the planned sales goal and % above last year’s sales dollars.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales Volume by Month- Actual Sales Volume 2008, 2009, and 2010. This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008. The sales volume reflects the dollar amount for the Polo/Ralph Lauren product in thousands of dollars. For the months of February through December in 2007, my sales volume for each month is $27.8, $38.1, $30.4, $35.7, $49.2, $40.9, $40.2, $59.7, $40.5, $46.9, and $120.1. For the months of January through December 2008, my sales volume for each month is $20.8, $39.1, $55.4, $41.4, $42.9, $72.4, $45.7, $44.3, $52.4, $42.2, $60.5, and $126.8. For the months of January through December 2009, my sales volume for each month is $18.2, $28.8, $47.8, $35.6, $44.1, $72.2, $42.6, $48.6, $47.5, $33.0, unavailable, and $121.6. For the months of January through May 2010, my actual sales volume for each month is $21.3, $38.8, $43.0, $34.5, $36.5, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: My Sales Volume for All Products Sold by Month- Actual Sales Volume 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in July 2007. The sales volume reflects the dollar amount for all products I sold including Polo/Ralph Lauren and all other Macy’s products in thousands of dollars. For the months of July through December 2007, my sales volume for each month is $12.96, $27.12, $37.92, $36.61, $45.35, and $85.19. For the months of January through December 2008 my sales volume for each month is $16.93, $32.98, $37.46, $22.13, $39.43, $52.51, $25.99, $43.45, $38.42, $32.36, $51.86, and $87.39. For the months of January through December 2009, my sales volume for each month is $28.97, $30.13, $37.31, $20.5, $35.90, $40.34, $25.18, $32.40, $30.10, $28.29, $45.55, and $123.91. For the months of January through May 2010, my sales volume for each month is $23.67, 31.78, $36.38, $22.22, $24.11, June, Jul, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec. Note: the sales volume is net sales less the returns.
  • Macy’s West Division: Polo/Ralph Lauren Division Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division sales goal for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 6.4%, 9.3%, 9.7%, 13.4%, 1.7%, 0.9%, 7.4%, -1.8%, -8.1%, 1.6% and -11.1% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 1.5%, 2.4%, 1.4%, 2.1%, -7.6%, -10.5%, -0.4%, -9.6%, -17.1%, -18%, and -10.6% above last year’s sales dollar for the same months. For the months of January through August 2009, Macy’s West Division sales goal for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -4.8%, -20.5%, -11.6%, -9.5%, May, June, 8.6%. and 2.7% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through August 2009, Macy’s West Division actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 0.2%, -9.3%, -16.1%, -16.6%, May, June, 7.3%, and -6.3% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, Macy’s West Division sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 2.7% above the planned sales goal and -6.3% above last year’s sales dollars. Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports in May and June for Polo/Ralph Lauren Division sales.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Store Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, the total store’s planned sales goals are -2.5%, -8.6%, -5.1%, -1.5%, -5.1%, -1.3%, 0.8%, 0.7%, -6.9%, -2.8%, and -1.7% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, the total store’s actual sales are -4.7%, -10.5%, -5.3%, -0.2%, -7.6%, 1.0%, -5.3%, -7.3%, -9.6%, -9.3%, and -4.0% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through April 2009, the total store’s planned sales goals are -7.1%, -4.0%, -0.5%, and 3.2% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of January through April 2009, the total store’s actual sales are -11.1%, -14.2%, -8.7% and -6.8% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, the total store’s sales are -0.3% above the planned sales goal and -9.8% above last year’s sales dollars.
    Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports used above for comparison purposes for the overall sales performance of the Manhattan Village Macy’s. The sales numbers end in April 2009.
  • Macy’s West Division: Division Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division sales goal are -4.9%, -8.9%, -6.6%, -4.7%, -9.8%, -8.0%, -3.9%, -7.8%, -10.2%, -8.0%, and -8.8% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division actual sales are -6.0%, -9.0%, -5.3%, -3.7%, -9.9%, -6.4%. -8.7%, -13.5%, -11.6%, -14.0%, and -8.3% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through April 2009, Macy’s West Division sales goals are -9.6%, -2.4%, -3.4%, and -0.6% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through April 2009, Macy’s West Division actual sales are -8.0%, 3.9%, -10.6%, and -8.8% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, Macy’s West Division sales are -2.0% above the planned sales goal and -10.3% above last year’s sales dollars. Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports used above for comparison purposes for the overall sales performance of Macy’s West Division. The sales numbers end in April 2009.

March 29, 2011 — March, 29, 2012 Sportswear By Rosemary Mrazik 1791 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 818–325–9841http://www.companycasuals.com/SportswearByRosemaryMrazik Small Business- e-Commerce, Sportswear Rosemary M. Mrazik: Small Business Owner

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

Company: On March 29, 2011, I decided to start my own business after receiving a layoff notice from Macy’s. I created a website and a Facebook page to promote my eCommerce business selling sportswear. Suppliers: SanMar; Legal: LegalZoom.com

Products: Sportswear supplied by SanMar. SanMar is the exclusive distributor of Nike Golf, OGIO® and New Era®. The other retail brands include Eddie Bauer®, Columbia® Sportswear, Gildan®, Jerzees®, Hanes®. SanMar also produces Port Authority®, America’s №1 private clothing label. Red House®, Port Authority Signature®, Port & Company®, District Threads®, Sport-Tek®, CornerStone® and Precious Cargo® complete SanMar’s high-quality private label offerings. See www.SanMar.com for more supplier information, the copyright and trademark information.

  • I am not making a profit at this time or sold the product. This is completed in my spare time.

Aug. 16, 2010 — Sept. 30, 2010 My Alumni Apparel, A Division of Hombre/Libre Apparel Dr. Norton Donner, DBA Hombre/Libre Apparel 916 Silver Spur Road, Suite 302 Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 310–508–2129 Small Business- e-Commerce, Sportswear Barry Freeman-Owner and CEO

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

Office Coordinator Company: A new, start-up ecommerce business selling licensed collegiate merchandise. Suppliers: SanMar, Marty Lott-SanMar President, Accountant: Pat Weinstock, CPA, Palos Verdes, CA, Legal: Loeb & Loeb LLP Accomplishments:9/21/2010–9/24/2010: I created a website for University of Southern California, My Alumni Apparel’s client, at www.companycasuals.com/MyAlumniApparelusing the website template tools from SanMar.
Because the funding for the company ran out, we closed the office doors on September 30, 2010. Some of us will continue to volunteer our time. I was paid for three weeks out of six weeks of work. 8/19/2010 -9/30/2010: Office Coordinator at My Alumni Apparel: $15.00 per hour at 40 hours per week. 8/28/2010–10/30/2010: Part time evening work at Macy’s; 15 hours per week at $9.50 per hour as a second job.

*May 18–25, 2007: Camping in California State Parks in Carlsbad, CA studying the flight of the pelicans and the seagulls near Miramar, Camp Pendleton, and the Army/Navy Academy: Kelly, Jonathan,

Jan. 31, 2007 Robert Half International, Office Team 300 North Continental Blvd., Suite 415 El Segundo, CA 90245 310–343–4067 www.officeteam.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Gianni Mays-Staffing Manager, Janet Acevedo-Division Director, Jessica Manley-Staffing Manager 1/31/2007: Interview and reactivation for employment at Robert Half International.

Dec. 11–31, 2006 Beverages and More, Inc. 2500 Vista Way Oceanside, CA 92054 760–697–8606 www.bevmo.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Brien O’Neill-Manager, Scott Reid-Assistant Manager, Nathan Chavez, Jonathan, Kelly. I was interviewed and hired by Brien O’Neill. Store Associate

  • Store Associate-Cashier, stocker. Seasonal job. I rearranged the products in the displays, otherwise known as “facing” the products to make the display presentation attractive to the customers. This included rearranging the wine glass display and the select cheeses, meats, and crackers in the refrigerated kiosk. Nathan suggested that I inquire into applying to the Los Angeles Police Department where he has a friend in the CSI Unit; I applied to the LAPD. *$8.50 per hour, 36–38 hours per week.

Nov. 14, 2006 AppleOne Employment Services 2183 Vista Way, Suite B-2 Oceanside, CA 92054 760–966–3682 www.appleone.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Sherie Hall-Senior Account Executive

  • 11/14/2006: The initial interview and registration. Nov. 6–14, 2006: I placed 48 telephone calls prospecting and networking for employment.

Oct. 11, 2006 Canon Business Solutions-West, Inc. 2382 Faraday Avenue, Suite 250 Carlsbad, CA 92008 760–438–6990 www.solutions.canon.com Denny King-District Manager Interview with Denny King, referral from Gayle Shockley

Feb. 2006: Toastmaster’s International at 2855 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad, CA 92008; Tick Talk Toastmaster’s. I attended two to three meetings. Jayne Write, Scott Marquette.

  • George Nguyen-Nokia, Sun Microsystems, MBA from Harvard University.
  • Larry Iwaki Jr., Ph.D., Laser Scientist, Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA 90278.
  • Officer Dan Davis, St. Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO 63306. 314–615–5380.
  • Deputy Clarence Williams, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. 310–603–3383.

Jan. 3, 2006- Nov. 6, 2006 Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. 3210 Production Avenue, Suite F Oceanside, CA 92054 760–721–7262 www.missioneq.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile Telephone Number (310) 683–9825.

Small Business-Business to Business-Automotive Support Supplier *Jerry Giardullo -Small Business Owner (formerly a sales representative for Hunter Engineering Company) *Government Contractor for MIRAMAR Marine Corps Base: Pat Dolbeck-Purchasing, Sgt. Polimeni, Gloria Durbin, Larry Piraino, Charles Powers, Mike *Ernsberger, Jack Van Nest, Mike Young, Bill O’Brien, Jim Rahmin, and Gunny Stroud. Bill Markey, with Hunter Engineering Company, referred me to Jerry Giardullo to work at his company. *Sales and Service Representatives at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.: Russ Murico, Gary Zuckerman, Tom Cattell, Jeff Larkin, Tyler Bastion, Danny Castro, Lucas McAhren, Grant Sattaur, Buddy Dutton, David Daniel. *Sales and Service Representatives from Hunter Engineering Company: Brian Fusilier, Tom Newcombe, Raul Aguilar, Scott Robb, Matt Harrington, Mark Johnson, Allen Hallenbeck, Chris Harvey, AL Linene Neill, Kim Froide, Randall Youngblood, Tim Hardy, Bob McDonald. *Office co-workers: Caroline Devereux, Teresa Swank, Christina Monfort, Delene Taywater.

Administrative Coordinator

  • Company: This is a small business owned by Jerry Giardullo, who used to be a sales representative for Hunter Engineering Company. He began his business to supply automotive support equipment to small business, such as auto dealers, to high schools and the military. I worked with Jerry Giardullo when he was a sales representative at Hunter Engineering Company approximately 2001–2002 when I was in the Marketing Information Department as a Sr. Territory Management Representative. He would correspond with me by email and telephone.
  • Basic job duties: The job duties included producing and tracking purchase orders, compiling a customer management list, shipping and receiving, tracking the inventory, answering the telephone, filing and organizing the marketing brochures from the vendors, producing quotes, and compiling the sales leads. Attended a sales meeting with the Hunter Engineering Company sales representatives, weekly staff meetings, and wrote meeting minutes.
  • Accounting: I maintained the petty cash for the office, created a ledger for the service technicians contracted to this company to track their commissions, created the purchase orders and quotes, created the time-sheets for the employees.
  • Marketing: typed the price lists for the products and equipment from the vendors, created a sales lead- prospect list, created a service call sheet as companies contacted the company requesting service to products purchased from Mission Equipment in the past. For Toyota of Carlsbad, I typed and produced a multi page quote for presentation along with Tim Malolepsy from Rincon Marketing. I organized and filed the literature according to vendors. Some of the vendors included Hunter Engineering Company, Balcrank, Rincon Marketing, and Tech Force.
  • Marketing Information: I maintained several databases. Purchase Order Management Database: I tracked the purchase of equipment from vendors supplying the necessary equipment bought from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. to complete the sale made to the customer. The purpose was to manage the sales to the customers and track the cost of items purchased by Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. by ensuring that the product ordered by vendor was being delivered within a certain time frame, track back-ordered products, call the vendor to ensure that the order placed was in stock and obtain an approximate shipping schedule to Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. This included tracking the type of the product that was ordered, the cost of the product, the vendor name, the delivery date of the product to the warehouse, the delivery date to the customer, the names of the service technicians who delivered or installed the customer’s order. The report was divided my month and totaled the cost of all products to Mission Equipment and lifts, Inc. at the end of the month. For example, I tracked the product ordered for MIRAMAR from Hunter Engineering Company, made certain that the product was in stock, when it would ship, where it was delivered either to MIRAMAR or the company warehouse, and contacted the appropriate sales and service representative at Hunter Engineering who would then schedule a time to meet with the customer to install and train the customer personnel on the appropriate use of the equipment. This also included contacting the customer if a scheduling conflict existed for the product ordered. For MIRAMAR, I faxed a safety plan for Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. to the appropriate officer, Pat Dolbeck in the Purchasing Department, for review by the MIRAMAR Safety Officers.
    Customer Management Database: I maintained a database for all of the customers and vendors for Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. including all contact information and divided by the SIC code and industry.
  • Service Department: I organized the service department office and used the following reports for organization and cost purposes. I maintained a service log giving the details of the job site, the cost of the equipment purchased for the job, the service technicians at the job site, the cost of the service call. To schedule the service technicians for the week, I updated a scheduling board for the job site that requested service for their equipment, the type of service call, and prioritized the schedule of the service calls from clients according to the complexity of the request and length of time to complete the service call. To confirm the delivery of the product to the customer, I created a delivery confirmation sheet for the customer to sign when they received the product. This was filed with the appropriate customer file. After the service technicians would inspect equipment for a customer looking for safety issues that would require immediate attention for repairs, I typed a lift inspection form detailing the recommendations for service or repairs and bound the completed report to be presented to the customer’s decision makers to finalize the recommendations for repair or new equipment to be installed. This included MIRAMAR, Nissan Toyota, Toyota Carlsbad, Lexus Carlsbad, and others.
  • Inventory Management System: I organized the warehouse inventory and maintained several databases to track the inventory arriving into the warehouse and sent to the end user by cost and length of time stored in the warehouse. The reports included the following. Inventory by month was tracked by each purchase order, vendor name, product description, and totaled the cost of the products at the end of the month. Service truck inventory described the tools used by the service technicians with the cost of the equipment. The perpetual warehouse inventory report described the products received into the warehouse by month, purchase order, vendor, product description, total cost by month, and date shipped from the warehouse. The shipping log described the inventory shipped to the customer by week, vendor name, product description, and cost of the items at the end of the week. I organized the inventory by taking a physical inventory count on a regular basis. As the product arrived into the warehouse, it was designated to a specific customer using a labeling system and prepped for delivery.
  • $12.25 per hour, 40 hours per week.

My Permanent Address: Resided: November 1, 2005 throughout December 30, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Moonraker Apartments-Diane M. Friedrichsen, Apartment Manager. Moonraker Apartments Telephone: (310) 371–1819. 5530 West 190th Street, Apartment 125 Torrance-Los Angeles, California 90503. My Home Telephone Number: (310) 921–2850; My Mobile Telephone Number: (310) 683–9584.

April 8, 2005: Surgery at UCLA-Santa Monica: Dr. Nova Foster, Dr. Harish Lavu/ Other Physicians- Dr. Marc Nuwer, Dr. Anita Agzarian, Dr. Thuy Tran, Dr. Anne Hoyt, Vic Giacalone, O.D.

Nov. 22–28, 2004 Kelly Services at EDS 2121 Park Place El Segundo, CA 90245 310–543–3589 www.kellyservices.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Telephone Numbers: (310) 372–5212, Home (310) 379–1580, Mobile (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

  • Kelly Services at EDS was relocated to 21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503.
  • Temporary; ATM Department: coding ATM checks, third shift: 7:00pm to 2:00am or 3:00 am; variable hours. EDS Jeannie Cornett-Manager ATM Department. Job lead from Bert Riddick at the Beach Cities One Stop Business & Employment Center.
  • Salary: $9.50 per hour for the pay dates from 11/22–11/28/2004 for a gross pay of $242.25.

Oct. 31, 2004 and Dec. 6, 2005 AppleOne Employment Services 28901 South Western Avenue, Suite 217 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 310–833–8079www.appleone.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments- Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, Mobile Telephone Number (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

12/6/2005

  • Temporary at Krikorian Premier Theaters-Corporate Headquarters; 131 Palos Verdes Blvd., Redondo Beach, CA 90277; (310) 791–8688: George Krikorian-Owner.
  • Duties: boxing promotional items for shipping; labeling coupons; stuffing corporate holiday cards; filing invoices. Salary: $8.00/hr for 7.58 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the pay period 12/10/2005 in the amount of $60.64 gross pay. 10/31/2004
  • Temporary during Halloween-greet families and give candy to the children at the Avenue of the Peninsula-Shopping Mall. Salary: $8.00/hr for 3.50 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the period 11/6/2004 for the amount of $28.00 gross pay.

2004 Remedy-Talent Magnet 3501 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 101 Torrance, CA 90505 Wie Lu, Recruiting Division, Customer Service Manager Initial Contact in 2004

Remedy-Talent Magnet 21081 S. Western Avenue # 130 Torrance, CA 90501 Initial contact approximately in 2004.

September 16, 2004 to September 25, 2004: Karen Ann Myers Cobb/Jewish Community Center San Francisco and John Nadalin/UBS Financial: I visited them at their condo in San Carlos, CA at their invitation. John Nadalin was working as a Financial Advisor for UBS Financial Services Inc. located at 555 California Street, Suite 3200, San Francisco, CA 94104. Karen (my Sister) was working as a Physical Fitness Trainer at the Jewish Community Center, the Koret Center for Health, Fitness, and Sport in San Francisco located at 3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118.

July 14, 2004 to January 20, 2005: Toastmaster’s International; Josyln Center 1601 Valley Drive, Manhattan Beach, CA

  • Guest from July 14, 2004-Nov. 3, 2004; Member Nov. 3, 2004-Jan. 20, 2005.

March 11, 2004-Nov. 3, 2005 Beach Cities-One Stop Center Business and Employment Center 320 Knob Hill Road Redondo Beach, CA 90277 310–372–1171www.redondo.org/depts/recreation/one_stop_employment_center Federally funded career center offering job search assistance and business resources.

  • Attended workshops: Mary Sercu, Bert Riddick, Georgeann Griffis.

July 26, 2003-Jan. 23, 2004 Pictage, Inc. 1580 Francisco Street, Suite 101 Torrance, CA 90501 310–525–1600 www.pictage.com

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 25, 2003 throughout April 30, 2004: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 12 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, My Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

Corporate Headquarters: Business to Business and Consumer-Event Services, Photography services for weddings *An Internet service company connecting the professional photographer to customers with office support, lab, and online finished products. *Dave Shevock and Lisa Keil interviewed and hired me. Employees: Andre Keil, Jason Kiefer, Mark Hicken, and Ariel Minguez, Julia Hamm Tashima, Natasha Krakowski, Joseph Padilla. Consumer Technical Help Desk

  • Answered inbound consumer technical support questions via telephone calls and email. Answered 40 to 60 phone calls per day for a total of 80 to 120 telephone calls daily for the consumer help desk.
  • Trained an additional 2 people on computer basics: the receptionist and a temporary for the product manager. Trained one person to assist my high work volume prior to and during the Christmas holiday season, my replacement.
  • Laid off due to a downturn in business. I have a letter from Pictage, Inc. verifying the lay off status is on file. 40 hour per week.
  • $33,000 per year, 40 hours per week.

*December 31, 2003: Dinner at Randy and Deb St. Pierre’s house with Larry and his co-workers from Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Firthridge, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275.
*December 25, 2003 to December 27, 2003: Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD and myself traveled to visit Sayoko and Larry Iwaki, his parents, in Sacramento, CA. They live at Mead Avenue, Sacramento, CA 92855. *August 23, 2003: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, French Masterworks, From the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow. I attended with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD, George Nguyen, Sayoko and Larry Iwaki. *August 3, 2003: Lunch with Deb and Randy St. Pierre at Portifino Way, Redondo Beach, CA.

June 2003, Feb. 2004 AppleOne Employment Services 2221 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 126 El Segundo, CA 90245 310–643–6913 www.appleone.com Ana Salguero; Initial Contact in June 2003.

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 25, 2003 throughout April 30, 2004: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 12 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, My Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

May 3–5, 2003: I traveled with Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD to the University of Illinois-Champaign. I met his physical chemistry advisor, Dr. Dana DeLott, and his fellow PhD classmate, Selezion Hambeer, where we ate at Murphy’s Bar and Grill. I toured the Noyes Laboratory 308A to view the area where he did his research work on Nd-Yag vibration relaxation measurements. We stayed at Sleep Inn near the University and stopped at Blue Springs, IL for lunch at Blue Springs Cafe located at Interstate 70 in Highland, IL. I drove my Toyota Tercell.

April 15, 1996-May 9, 2003 Hunter Engineering Company 11250 Hunter Drive Bridgeton, MO 63044 314–731–3020 www.hunter.com

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Permanent Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146 My Telephone Numbers: Home (314) 576–5847, My First Mobile Telephone bought by Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. (636) 485–0410.

Corporate Headquarters; Steve Braur-Company Owner and Ambassador to Belgium. Business to Business-Automotive Support Equipment, Engineering The corporate headquarters for a privately owned international engineering company that designs, manufactures, and sells automotive support equipment to major car manufacturers, service shops, and tire dealers. Government Contractor: Army Fleet Vehicle Maintenance. Employees: Joe Staniszewski, Don Emerson, Joe Fuller, Dave Wackter, Jim Huhn, Tom Triptow, Larry Caldwell, Denny Bowen, Bob Toolen, Frank Nowaczyk, and Roger Creason. The Regional and Divisional Managers at the time I was hired: Bill Markey, Greg Dunkin, Doug Woolverton, Charles Bullock, Jr., Jeff Elder, Jeff Kern, Mike Healey, John Zentz, Erwin VanDeman, Davis Shular, Harold Smith, Mike Green, Wes Wingo, David Newton, Delyn Wirkus, George Ryan, John Obradovic, Eric Dickinson, Mitch Weller, and Tom Triptow. I was interviewed and hired by Eric Wolter.

Marketing Information Department Dec. 1999- May 2003: Sr. Territory Management Representative April 1996- Dec. 1999: Territory Management Clerk Hiring manager was Eric Wolter; co-workers were Pete Tessler and Ann Jansen. Successive managers after Eric Wolter in the Marketing Information Department: Greg Stain, Rhonda Tenkku, and Jeff Russell. Other co-workers: Theresa Houska, Computer Graphics Designer, was from my high school, Parkway Central High School, Sheryl Daugherty — Webmaster, Don Simmons and Darren Goodhart- Advertising Department, Don Cwiklowski and Kim Chandler- Technical Publications.

  • Database management: managed the sales and service territories by zip code on a limited access and secured AS/400 database. After receipt of the FAR report or verbal instructions from the Regional and Divisional Managers, I translated the instructions into code and entered the information into the database according to a deadline. This included writing the code according to trade areas and quota by county, and any specific instructions from the managers. All exceptions to standard operating procedure were resolved first from the given parameters I had to make the decisions. For territory disputes between the regional managers and divisional managers, the retired VP-Sales and Marketing Don Emerson would either approve my recommendations or provide a solution. Upon the resolution of the disputed geographical areas, I obtained the agreement from the managers involved in writing.
  • Prepared legal documents: Produced contracts and amendments for the sales and service representatives according to the regional and divisional managers instructions from the database management: producing the maps and zip code listings, by reviewing the legal terminology in the contracts; questions concerning the Heavy Duty Truck (HDT) contracts were discussed with Pete Liebetreau-Product Manager; provided contracts in question to the Joe Staniszewski-VP of Finance for lawsuits. *Maps: Maps were produced for the Regional and Divisional Managers by downloading territory information from the AS/400 database to an Excel spreadsheet, linking the spreadsheet to the new mapping software, and producing territory maps, regional and divisional maps, and maps by product type for sales analysis. MapPoint Mapping Software, Microsoft Excel, Arpeggio, CAD printer.
  • Short-term project management spanning 3–4 months each year: I reported to Don Emerson and then later with Steve Helmkamp-Customer Relations Manager to coordinate the work with his department and the Marketing Information Department; supervised and trained Judy White for the data entry and the yearly mailing for the updated distributor contracts. September: Notify Don Emerson and later Steve Helmkamp to update the distributor contract and the accompanying bulletin. This included reviewing the next years contracts for changes to the policy on product lines, suggesting the changes in the legal terminology to Don Emerson or Joe Staniszewski, and after approval, completing a working copy of the distributor contract. The final copy of the contract was given to Rhea Yost for document maintenance in the advertising department. Order the supplies for the direct mail project. Produce the mailing return labels to Hunter Engineering. October: The distributor contracts were mailed within a two week time frame goal in October to the sales representative who would meet with the distributor at a later date to sign the contracts and discuss the changes to the product line or terms. Obtain the approval from Don Emerson and later Steve Helmkamp for the newly printed authorized distributor labels according to the “Hunter Red” logo. Produce the distributor contracts for each distributor, obtain a territory list by county and sales rep, cover letters for each sales rep, produce the sales representative’s mailing labels, and send by certified mail organized by sales region to each sales representative. November to March: Data entry by the code for the returned and signed distributor contracts in the secure database.
  • ALI Reports: Produced the monthly ALI Reports to Pete Liebetreau-Product Manager: Brake Testers, Racks, and Safety Inspection Equipment.
  • Sales and Service Representative Profiles: I reported to Don Emerson. The reports included reviewing and filing psychological surveys, calculating the sales quotes for the territories, filing the educational achievements, work history, and family background for each new rep, the description of the territory by maps and zip code, filing the contracts and amendments as the territories changed, the assignment of the representative ID numbers.
  • Copy machine: I volunteered to maintain the copy machine after Joe Staniszewski asked me about the best features for the purchase. The purchasing department and the accounting department provided the requested purchase based on their budget.
  • Prospect/User Reports: Provided the prospect and user report for the new sales and service representatives and upon request from the regional and divisional managers and Don Emerson. The prospect user report gave the list of current customers and customers who expressed an interest in the Hunter Engineering Company products. The report provided the customer’s contact information, equipment purchased, and the sales potential.
  • Sales Quotas: Calculated the quota for each new sales representative based on the sales quota set for each county in the United States at the beginning of each year.
  • Representatives’ sales and service ID numbers: this was assigned to the two year parameter of available ID numbers. The ID numbers were to remain unused after a rep left the company for a two year time span. Returning reps were allowed to regain the ID numbers upon approval from management, specifically Don Emerson. The ID numbers are in a limited quantity and maintained according to the two year time span availability for the assignment. When the HDT product line was added, the ID numbers were reserved for that specific product line. The other product lines were separated for assignment. I provided the ID numbers to Cheryl Naes in accounting. She assigned the account number for her database management with my rep ID number. *Trade Areas: Organized the counties in a specific territory according to a dollar amount range calculated from the sales quota set for each county at the beginning of the year. *Special Projects: I reported to Don Emerson-the retired VP Sales and Marketing for the following projects for sales analysis. Reporting the delinquent contracts and amendments that were not returned and signed by the representatives within a specified time frame. Open Territory Report: I produced a report that listed the unassigned sales and service territories managed by regional managers. This report answered what areas remained unfilled by a sales or service representative, which regional managers have not hired a representative, and how long the territories remain unprofitable. The addition of sales territories to the existing territories. The goal was to increase overall profitability to the company by introducing a sales representatives who specialized in a specific product line, Heavy Duty Truck automotive products (HDT). I provided maps of all the sales territories as they currently existed divided by geographical areas and assigned the sales quota by the proposed new product line and remaining product lines for each county by the areas where the new sales territories were under consideration. I provided a breakdown of the sales quota by the different products for each county under consideration to give a snapshot of the profit potential before and after the HDT product lines were added. I prepared the final maps of the new product line and the remaining product lines once the geographical areas were determined that would produce the highest profit potential. The maps and quota for all product lines were presented to management for the final approval. Upon approval from management, I used the maps and quota information as the FAR to convert the instructions into code for data entry into a secured database. I revised the contracts legal terminology for the new HDT products in an addendum to the contracts and reviewed this with Don Emerson and Joe Staniszewski for final working copy. As sales representatives were added to sell the HDT product line, I assigned an HDT rep ID number. These ID numbers were reserved for this specific line and not assigned to other product lines. I reported to Don Emerson for the distributor contracts from approximately 1996–2000 for the yearly short term project. Because I was the person who received FARs for all newly hired sales reps and for any changes to territories from the regional managers, I was to discuss the FAR with Don Emerson who gave the final approval on all HDT reps and HDT territories.
  • Promotion: December 1999, Rhonda Tenkku promoted me to a newly created position, Sr. Territory Management Representative. The promotion information is on file with Dave Smith-VP Sales and Marketing.
  • Member of the Direct Marketing Association.
  • $26,857.00 per year, 40 hours per week.

December 2002: Holiday dinner at Armondo Martos’ house to meet the Larry Iwaki Jr PhD’s co-workers from Cutting Edge Electronics. September 29, 2002: Dinner with John and Marge (Hall) DuPrey at my mother’s condo with Larry Iwaki Jr PhD.
August 21, 2002 to September 2, 2002: I travelled to the Lake of the Ozarks with Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD for the Labor Day weekend in my white Toyota Tercell. August 2002: Party at the Plaza located at West Port Plaza with Randy St. Pierre, Deb St. Pierre, Sam Ponte, and Larry Iwaki Jr PhD. July 21, 2002: I met Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD at Starbucks in West Port Plaza. He was working at Cutting Edge Optronics in St. Charles, MO, where I had the chance to view the offices on the weekend at least two different times. It was Larry’s job to check the water supply to the laboratory. I saw the laboratory equipment “The Big Shiny” and walk through the clean room. There was a picture of Randy St. Pierre working with an early version of the lab equipment that he pioneered when working at Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Larry was hired into the EUV Laser Team.

  • May 16, 2001 throughout May 22, 2001: Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers Cobb-Jewish Community Center of San Francisco-Fitness Trainer, I visited her and Grant in San Francisco, CA; Karen and I stopped at Yosemite Park; I was working at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton; I told Chris Himstedt, Denny Bowen, Rhea Petty, and Don Cwiklowski about the trip plans.
  • Todd and Connie Holmes-Manager of Breve Expresso in Maryland Heights, MO: Maryland Heights Police-Regular Customers; Scotty, Mel Legget, Sheryl Morgan, and Micky Murphy.
  • Lou and Laura Helleny, Nadra Helleny, Anthony Johnson, Melissa Dann-Master’s Degree from Washington University (St. Louis).

May 1999 Lt. Julie Svotney, US Navywww.navy.com/navy/careers/healthcare/physician.html I talked to her concerning entering the Navy Medical Officer Program after completing my post baccalaureate premedical studies. This was while I was working at Hunter Engineering Company.

  • Physicians in St. Louis, MO: Dr. Troy Curry, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, Dr. Oscar Schwartz, Dr. J. Michael Hatlelid, Dr. Kevin Groth, D.M.D., Dr. Bari Golub, Dr. Thomas Fox, Carla Siegfried,O.D., Dr. Nillima Ghosh, Dr. Harvey E. Cantor, Dr. Gerald Wool, Dr. Nancy Williams, R. W. Rottler, O.D., Kochannin, O.D., DR. Felicitas Gatchilian, Dr. James A. Diestelhorst.
  • Sven Kyper (an Engineer) and my mother, Kathleen Ann Myers, were together.
  • 1999: Kathleen Colaianne (Cousin) and Matthew Wilson. I received a wedding invitation.
  • 1996: I attended, with Jim Johnson, the wedding for Laura Bauer and Louis Helleny at St. Joseph’s Church in Clayton, MO; including Nadra Helleny, Anthony Johnson.

Feb. 1996- April 1996 Kelly Temporary Services P.O. Box 14106 St. Louis, MO 63178www.kellyservices.com Basic Accounting, reconciling ledgers-Mercantile Bank of St. Louis. $7.00 per hour at 8.00 to 40.00 hours per week. The paychecks for the weeks of 2/11/1996–4/14/1996, the gross total pay was $1937.25.

Jan. 1996- Feb. 1996 Daystar Temporary Services St. Louis, MO.www.om5anddaystar.com Clients: Southwest Bank, Commercial Loans-T.E. Wilcox: On 1/24 and 1/25, $8.00 per hour, at 15.25 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 1/28/1996 for the amount of $122.00 gross pay. Monroe Equipment-Roxanne Loslo: $7.00 per hour at 22.75 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/4/1996 for the amount of $22.75 gross pay. York International: $7.50 per hour at 13.50 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/11/1996 for the amount of $104.00 gross pay.

Nov. 20, 1995- Jan. 31, 1996 First Bank, Inc. 11901 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–592–6812

My home address: Resided: 1993 throughout July 1995: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

www.firstbanks.com Financial Industry-Retail Banking James Dierberg, Kevin Wilson-Human Resources Cash Transaction Reporting Clerk A retail bank that serves the smaller communities with personal banking services and is affiliated with First Services, LLP.

  • Monitored the large cash transactions and reported any suspicious activity. Answering telephone calls with the Technical Help Desk.
  • Transfer from the prior job at First Services, LLP.
  • $17,000.00 per year, 40 hours per week.
  • Lisa (Keightley) Heying and Paul Heying-St. Louis, MO-Lisa Heying-First Bank in St. Louis, MO: Paul Heying-California Pizza Kitchen-Chef. I gave a reference for Lisa Heying to work at First Bank, Inc. when she was searching for a job to be hired at a branch bank as a teller..
  • Kelly (Keightley) Speth-Pastry Chef at Dierberg’s Grocery Stores, St. Louis, MO.

May 12, 1992-Nov. 15, 1995 First Services, LLP 1 First Missouri Drive Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–592–6812

My Home Address: Resided: 1992; Kathleen Ann Myers-biological mother, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *637 Highland Park Drive, Apartment E Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

My Home Address: Resided: 1993 throughout July 1996; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. *West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

www.firstbanks.com Financial Industry-Banking Operations James Dierberg, Kevin Wilson-Human Resources Central Information Department Clerk (CID Clerk) The support for First Bank, Inc. that includes ATM Department, the Computer Department, and the Central Information Department in the Operations Center and affiliated with First Bank, Inc. *Monique Dattilo — Lead for the CID Department. She interviewed and hired me.

  • Cash Transaction Reporting: Interest Rate Changes, Kiting Suspect Reports, Cash Management, Overdraft Reports, Cycle Code Changes, Government withholding requests, Money Market Activity, Large Item Reports, Reviewing IT reports after bank mergers. 40 hours per week. *Central Information Department Clerks: Lam Lund, Jill Holmes, Rosemary Hartog, Marie Cashman, Wendy Woemmel, and Dee Livers. Accounting Clerks: Jerry Ahrens. *I referred Lisa Keightley, from my high school — Parkway Central High School, to be hired as a teller at a branch bank.
  • $15,000.00 per year, 40 hours per week.

March 1994- May 1995 Art & Frame Outlet 924 Town & Country Commons Town & Country, MO 63017 Retail and Corporate-Limited Edition Prints and Picture Framing Jane M. Richter — Gallery Manager. *Counter Sales and Picture Framing in a retail shop. This was a second job for First Services, LLP. $6.50 per hour, approximately 10–18 hours per week.

  • 1995: Coleen Geary (Cousin)and John Stulfire, Lieutenant United States Navy. I received a wedding invitation.
  • 1994: Kimberly Mraz and Brian Geary (Cousin), Lieutenant Junior Grade, United States Navy. I received a wedding invitation.
  • July 2, 1994: I attended the weddings for Kelly Keightley and Joseph Speth. Jr., and Lisa Keightley and Paul Heying, Jr. The reception was at Lido Isle Yatch Club, 701 Via Lido Sound, Newport Beach, CA. Other attendees included Mike Kelly, Lisa Hammerle, John Keightley, Smitty, Janice McMillan, J. Robert Keightley and Joyce Norris.

March 18–19, 1994 Robert Half International, Office Team 12655 Olive Blvd, Suite 320 St. Louis, MO 63141 314–878–7535 www.officeteam.com Caroline J. Holtmeier-Division Director Basic Accounting at Client: EKI-Michael Dennis: 1850 Boreman Road, St. Louis, MO This was a second job for First Services, LLP. For the days dated 3/18 and 3/19, I worked at $6.00 per hour, a total of 10 hours for the amount of $60.00.

1991: Thomas John Mrazik: Boot-camp, D Co 1/28 Inf 2nd Platoon, Ft. Jackson, SC 29207.

  • Kevin Hennessey-lawyer, St. Louis, MO: MP in the Philippines-US Military: His father was an Air Force Pilot. Dan Davis-JrROTC- Military and later a St. Louis County Police Officer, Rob Hixen-JrROTC and Military, Dan Filey-Pilot, Tom Mrazik-JrROTC-US Marines-, UPS, and US Border Patrol Agent and pilot.

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1991 Shari Mulligan, Co. 222 South Bemiston Clayton, MO 63105 6820 Wildlife Road Malibu, CA 90265

When I met her at The Frame Factory as a customer of the store: My Permanent Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myer-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur, Saint Louis, Missouri 63114 My home telephone number (314) 576–6117

My Temporary Address 1988: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, with Robert Bruce Mrazik-brother, and Constance Schissler-Mrazik-sister-in-law. 6407 January Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

My Temporary Address 1989: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Robert Bruce Mrazik-brother, and Constance Schissler-Mrazik-sister-in-law. 5718 Southwest Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

My temporary Address 1990: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myer-my mother, and Terry Karras-Kathleen’s husband. 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 My home telephone number: (413) 928–4245

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; I rented an apartment by myself while working at Mercantile Bank. 956 Bates 2W Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

My Home Address Resided: March 1, 1991 throughout April 22, 1991; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, and Terry Karras-Kathy’s husband. 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303

My Home Address: Resided: 1991, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, (Kathy Myers divorced Terry Karras). 13487 Beaulac Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

Corporate-Picture Framing Shari Mulligan-Company Owner *Picture Framer and Delivery Person to include customer service for her clients. Clients: Paine-Webber-Ed Donnan and Carol Cassens, Libby Gannon *Picture Framing. This was always a second job. I met Shari Mulligan while working at The Frame Factory retail store in Creve Coeur, MO. Approximately $4.00 per hour cash.

Jan. 27- Feb. 17, 1991; Oct. 1–18, 1991
Robert Half International, Office Team 12655 Olive Blvd, Suite 320 St. Louis, MO 63141 314–878–7535 www.officeteam.com

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; I rented an apartment by myself while working at Mercantile Bank. 956 Bates 2W Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

My Home Address: Resided: 1991, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, (Kathy Myers divorced Terry Karras). 13487 Beaulac Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

Caroline J. Holtmeier-Division Director Basic Accounting at Sacred Heart Program; 3900 Westminister Place, St. Louis, MO Client-Julia Hart. $5.00 per hour, 40.5 hours total. Final pay check stub dated weeks ending 10/1/1991–10/18/1991 for a total of $202.50 gross pay. Jan. 1991- Feb. 1991:$5.00 per hour, 34.00 hours total. Final pay check stubs dated for the weeks ending 1/27/1991–2/17/1991 for a total of $180.00 gross pay. (4 hours overtime at $7.50 per hour).

Aug. 29, 1991 Norrell Services, Inc. 911 Washington Avenue Lammert Bldg, Suite 220 St. Louis, MO 63101 Client: Abby Medical-Jim Wienerstedt; 500 South Ewing, St. Louis, MO 63101 $4.50 per hour, 6.50 total hours. Paycheck stub dated in the week ending 8/29/1991 for the amount of $29.25.

June 1991 Western Technical Services, Inc. 230 N. Wiget Lane Walnut Creek, CA 94598 St. Louis, MO temporary work. $5.61 per hour, 4.50 total hours. Paycheck stub in the week ending 6/22/1991 for the amount of $20.25. Other assignments for a total of $79.88 gross pay.

April 3, 1991 — April 30, 1991 Phoenix Textile Corporation 21 Commerce Drive O’Fallon, MO 63366 314–291–2151

My Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother (and her then husband Terry Karras), Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: March 1, 1991 throughout April 22, 1991 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 Home Telephone Number: (314) 928–4245

My Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: 1991 13487 Beaulac Creve Coeur, Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

www.phoenixtextile.com Health Care Industry-Supplier of Textile Goods for Hospitals *Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to the company after she read about the company owner in an article published in the St. Louis Business Journal. *Drapery Clerk. $5.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending from 4/3/1991–4/30/1991.

Feb. 24, 1991- March 24, 1991 Remedy-Mid America Placement Creve Coeur, MO. $5.00 per hour, 51.75 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 2/24/1991–3/24/1991.

Feb. 21, 1991- March 29, 1991 Snelling Temporaries 111 South Bemiston, Suite 107 Clayton, MO 63105 314–862–2727 www.snelling.com Clients: Chet Baker Prod; 8029 Forsyth, St. Louis, MO. Client: Tracy Diaz. $5.25 per hour, 1.0 hours total on 2/21/1991. Paycheck stub for $5.25 gross pay. Best Foods: 1415 Elbridge Road, St. Louis, MO. Client: Cathy Haliburton. $5.50 per hour, 71.25 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 3/8/1991–3/29/1991 gross pay for $391.88.

Feb. 13, 1991 Total Employment Services, Inc. 500 Northwest Plaza, Ste 513 St. Ann, MO 63074 Client-Nancy Myersaugh. $5.00 per hour, 9.5 hours total on 2/13/1991. Paycheck stub for $46.30.

Sept. 1990- Feb. 1991 Mercantile Card Services, Inc. Mercantile Bank of St. Louis N.A. Mercantile Bancorporation 8th and Locust Streets St. Louis, MO 63166

My Temporary Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother (and her then husband-Terry Karras), Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: September 1, 1990 throughout October 31, 1990 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *956 Bates, Apartment 2W South Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

Corporate Offices-Financial Industry *I was interviewed and hired by Irene McCallister — Human Resources, Sheila Dewell — Credit Card Services Manager; Sherry Womack-lead. *Joyce Motherway, from the Frame Factory, gave a recommendation and assisted me in getting hired at this company. *Credit Card Customer Service Representative in a call center setting to include viewing consumer reports, reviewing the terms and conditions of the credit card agreements.
*Approximately $16,120 per year, 40 hours per week. This bank was located in downtown St. Louis near Cass Bank & Trust.

Sept. 1, 1990 — Sept. 9, 1990 Temporaries of St. Louis, Inc. DBA B. Loehr Temporaries P.O. Box 1388 St. Louis, MO 63188–1388 $4.70 per hour, 24.00 hours, Pay check stub dated 9/9/1990.

  • Paul DeHart-Architect, Sunset Hills, MO.

Aug. 15, 1990 — Aug. 18, 1990 Western Temporary Services, Inc. 230 N. Wiget Lane Walnut Creek, CA 94589 St. Louis, MO Temporary work. $5.50 per hour, 13.25 hours. Pay check stub dated 8/18/1990.

Dec. 1989- Sept. 1990 Crystal Lion Galleries Vanguard-Lion Associates 12105 Manchester Road St. Louis, MO 63131 14505 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

My Temporary Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother and her then husband-Terry Karras: Resided: September 1, 1990 throughout October 31, 1990; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 928–4245

*Retail-Art Gallery, Limited Edition Prints, Gifts, and Picture Framing

  • One of the retail stores located near S&B Oyster Company. *Joyce Motherway, from the Frame Factory, assisted me in getting hired at this company. *Picture Framing and Counter Sales. $6.00 per hour, 15–38 hours per week.

Oct. 1989- Nov. 1989 Prints Charming Inc. 1145 St. Louis Galleria Richmond Heights, MO 63117

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

*Corporate and Retail-Art Gallery, Limited Edition Prints, Gifts, and Picture Framing *Corporate Picture Framing Sales.
*Mrs. Phelan-Co-Worker and attended John Burroughs School with my sister-Karen Ann Myers, Marina Galinski. I assisted Marina Galinski with obtaining a job at this company. *Approximately $14,000 per year, 40 hours per week.

July 1986- Sept. 1989 Frame Factory, Inc. 32 Worthington Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63043

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), (and her then husband-Terry Karras), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number (314) 576–6112

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: Early 1988 6407 January Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: Early 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

Retail and Corporate-Picture Framing and Limited Edition Prints *Carolyn Mandelman-Company Owner; Janet Horner-Director of Retail Operations, Karen Coburn-Creve Coeur Retail Store Manager, Tabby Quarles, Pat Fischer, Joyce Motherway, Maggie Carl, Marina Galinski. *Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to Karen Coburn when the store was hiring. *Picture Framer and Retail Sales in the Creve Coeur retail store location. Cashier, Customer Service, Instructing customers on picture framing assembly in a workshop atmosphere after selling the product to their satisfaction.

  • I worked 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis; $3.35 per hour beginning wage-$3.85 per hour ending wage.
  • Richard D. Denison, Richard Moore, M.D.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers-My mother worked at Sheahan Financial Company located at 135 N. Meramec, Clayton, MO 63124 and Cass Bank and Trust located in downtown St. Louis, MO. She attended Washington University (St. Louis) Law School for 2 years and then attended Webster University for her Master Degree in Finance. Kathleen Ann Myers and Terry Karras were married at this time. Terry Karras is an architect.
  • 1988: I was invited to attend the wedding for J. Robert Keightley and Joyce Norris at the Ladue Chapel located at 9450 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63124.
  • By 1986: I was told that I could no longer live at home and had to find a place to live. This was due in large part to the fact that my mother was no longer married to Thomas Howard Cobb and was married to Terry Karras.
  • July 19, 1986: I attended the wedding for John Keightley III and Lynlea Hall at the Kirkwood Baptist Church in Kirkwood, MO. I was the scripture reader. The dinner was at The Missouri Athletic Club.

Feb. 1986- March 1986 July 1986- Aug. 1986 Piece of the Pie, Inc. Retail-Pizza Restaurant Feb. 1986- March 1986 Ward Parkway Mall, Kansas City, MO. July 1986- Aug. 1986 Chesterfield Mall, Chesterfield, MO.

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987; as a transfer student at UM-Kansas City, with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

Temporary Address while Attending the University of Missouri — Kansas City as a transfer student to live with Karen Ann Myers-my biological sister: Resided: August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lynette Isles, and Karen Ann Myers. *4309 Jarboe Lane, Apartment 1N Kansas City, Missouri 63111

*Restaurant Counter Sales, Cashier and Customer Service at the local shopping mall. A job while attending college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour, 10–15 hours per week.

Aug. 1983-Sept. 1984 Lee-Jung Cleaners DBA Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners 12804 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–434–6572 Retail-Dry Cleaners Mr. Lee-Store Owner

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

*Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, as a customer of the dry cleaners, introduced me to Mr. Lee when she saw that he was hiring. In 1984, a memorial service was held for Thomas Howard Cobb. *Cashier and counter customer service. 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour.

  • March 1984: I visited Kelly Keightley at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY 12538 with Lisa Keightley and John Keightley. Dinner on 3/28/1984 at The American Bounty Kitchen. I met Allen M. Hendricks and Bob DeFay.

Aug. 1983 Consolidated Grain & Barge Co. CGB Enterprises, Inc. P. O. Box 249 Mandeville, LA 70470–0249 985–867–3500 www.cgb.com River Transportation-Corporate Offices

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

*Administrative Office Work as a temporary for one day. Employees: Ben Uchatel, Kathleen Ann Myers. I attended Maryland Grade School in Clayton, MO with Ben Uchatel’s daughter.
*Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to Ben Uchatel, who she directly reported to at this company, to work for him. Check stub dated 8/30/1983 $34.00.

Approximately 1983 K and L Catering St. Peters, MO Event Services-Catering for weddings Kelly (Keightley) Speth and Lisa (Keightley) Heying — Owners 636–294–4976

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb..

*12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

*Catering and serving for special events. I worked with Kelly Keightley and Mary O’Neal. I attended Parkway Central High School with Kelly, Mary, and Lisa. This was cash pay. I do not have my records.

Approximately 1983 Stillwaters, LLC 311 Bluebird Drive Goodlettsville, TN 37072–2303 615–851–4884 Ladue, Missouri.

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My home telephone number: (314) 576–6112.

John Keightley and Smitty-General Contractors for residential driveway resurfacing.
*That target market was homes in the Ladue and Chesterfield area. Lisa Keightley and I drove to the area homes placing advertisements for the business in the mailboxes; I believe that balloons were made with the logo “Smitty Did It” to be tied to the mailboxes.

Work While Attending Parkway Central High School I was a babysitter for the neighborhood parents and shovelled snow from the neighbor’s drive way.

VOLUNTEER WORK

May 9, 2005-July 18, 2005 The Epilepsy Foundation: Greater Los Angeles 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 820 Los Angeles, CA 90045 310–670–2870www.epilepsyfoundationgla.org Susan Pietsch Escueta MPH-Executive Director, Guadalupe Corral-Leyva, Nancy Padilla, Raycene Coleman, Lupe Martinez, Marylynn. Volunteer Intern

  • Includes security clearance to be completed by the DOJ/FBI. The original paperwork signed by myself for the security clearance and sent by mail to the Epilepsy Foundation on April 4, 2005 was never processed. Guadalupe Corral-Leyva has the paperwork for the security clearance on file.
  • Office work includes: summarizing market surveys; organizing historical photos, mailing promotional brochures, and typing a Speakers Bureau Manual.
  • Part-time two and one half month internship; two days per week, five hours per day. Total estimated hours served as of 7/18/2005 is 89 hours and 35 minutes. Letter documenting the hours served is pending from Susan Pietsch Escueta.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from May 2004 throughout November 2005 with Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Westview Apartments Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Blvd., Apt. 16 Redondo Beach, CA 90278

Nov. 2004 UCLA Medical Center, Volunteer Services 10833 Le Conte Avenue, 12–217 CHS Los Angeles, CA 90095–1728 www.uclahealth.org/homepage_site.cfm?id=11Torill C. Harper-Volunteer Coordinator 310–794–4736 Occupational Health Facility 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 224 Los Angeles, CA 90095–6926 310–825–6771 Volunteer Volunteer Worker-Torrill Harper gave the name for Maria Etchapare-Clinical Research Nurse in the NPI Center. The immunization shots are on file with The Occupational Health Facility.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from May 2004 throughout November 2005 with Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Westview Apartments Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Blvd., Apt. 16 Redondo Beach, CA 90278

1998–1999 SSM DePaul Health Center 12303 DePaul Drive Bridgeton, MO 63044www.ssmhealth.com/depaul Barbara Toulster-Volunteer Services Char Langfield, R.N.-Employee Health Nurse 314–344–6000 Volunteer: Emergency Room: A hospital serving St. Louis County.

  • Volunteered 67 hours in the Emergency Room in the evenings and weekends.
  • 1998: The hours served as of 7/15/1998 is 11.50 hours. 1999: The hours served as of 7/17/1999 is 29.25 hours; the previous hours served is 37.75 hours; the total hours served are 67.00 hours. Two letters are on file documenting the hours served at DePaul Hospital.
  • I completed the volunteer work while I was working full time at Hunter Engineering Company.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from July 1995 throughout February 2000.; with Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive Apt. C Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Approximately May 1994 St. John’s Hospital/St. Lukes Hospital 232 South Woods Mill Rd Chesterfield, MO 63017 314–434–1500 www.stlukes-stl.com Volunteer Volunteer in the Emergency Room. Completed while working at First Services LLP in Creve Coeur,MO.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from 1993 throughout July 1995; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court Apt. D Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Jury Duty

June 7, 2017 The Superior Court of California Inglewood Courthouse 4th Floor, Room 404 1 Regent Street Inglewood, California 90301 Jury Duty My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

May 1, 2017 The Superior Court of California County of Los Angeles Inglewood Courthouse 1 Regent Street, Room 404 Inglewood, California 90301 www.lacourt.orgJury Duty My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

Oct. 25, 2006 The Superior Court of California County of San Diego, CA 325 S. Melrose Drive Vista, CA 92083 619–236–2677 www.sdcourt.ca.gov Jury Services; Judge Haas. I was not selected for jury duty, due to this would pose a hardship while employed at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik; Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. Silver Oak Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile Telephone Number (310) 683–9825.

March 14, 2005 The Superior Court of California Office of the Jury Commissioner County of Los Angeles, State of California Los Angeles, CA 90053–0298 213–974–5805www.lasuperiorcourt.org Jury Duty: Jury Assembly Room-P. Nguyen

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments- Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, Mobile Telephone Number (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

Approximately Oct. 5, 2001 United States District Court Eastern District Of Missouri 111 South 10th Street Saint Louis, MO 63102 314–244–7855 www.moed.uscourts.govGroup A; I was not selected for Jury Duty. This was while I was employed at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, MO.

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Permanent Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146 My Telephone Numbers: Home (314) 576–5847, My First Mobile Telephone bought by Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. (636) 485–0410.

EDUCATION Funding for my education: I worked my way through college and without funding or support from my family. I also secured Federally funded student loans. I accomplished this on my own initiative.

College: 1983–1988 and 1996–2003

1996–2003 University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117 www.umsl.edu 1996–2003: Post Baccalaureate Premedical Classes.

Permanent Home Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights-Saint Louis, Missouri 63146

Resided: July 1996 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. *West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights-Saint Louis, Missouri 63146

  • GPA is 3.123 on a 4.0 grade point scale (this include only the grades from 1996–2003 and not from the Bachelor’s degree in 1988).
  • Total Credits Earned: Based on a semester: 44 credit hours.
  • Advisor: Harvey P. Friedman, Ph.D.-Pre-Health Professions Advisor/College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Classes include: Physics 011&012-Mary Leopold, Ph.D.; Biology 011&012-L. Friedman, Ph.D. and James Trager, Ph.D.; General Chemistry 011&012-Dr. Gutwieler, Dr. Dence, and Dr. Sterns; Organic Chemistry 261-Dr. Mannino; General Psychology 003- Dr. Marti Bonne; Calculus 100-R.J. Kashuba; Trigonometry-Mr. Mike Hsu.
  • Labs were taken with:Physics-Gabor Balzsi, Wentao Qin, and Dr. Lucy He; Biology-Kristine Motherhead, Dr. Mariette Baxendale, and Diego Perez-Salic; General Chemistry-Gary Nichols and Donna Kramer; Calculus-Al Stanger.
  • Labs were taken with:Physics-Gabor Balzsi, Wentao Qin, and Dr. Lucy He; Biology-Kristine Motherhead, Dr. Mariette Baxendale, and Diego Perez-Salic; General Chemistry-Gary Nichols and Donna Kramer; Calculus-Al Stanger.
  • I completed these classes while working full time at Hunter Engineering Company. *Biology: Constance Cafazza, Marcy Hammerle, Bruce Kelly, Mari Burk, Toby Lauer, Nicole Davis, Laura Schulte. Physics: Scott Larson, Lea Claycomb, Kim Jackman, Pat Rauscher, Sima Patel, Rachel Hammersmith, Troy Schumacher, Joyce Balls, Ling Tjoeng.

1983–1988 University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117

University of Missouri-Kansas City (August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986-transfer student) 5100 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO 64110 www.umsl.edu; www.umkc.edu

Temporary Home Address: Resided: Early 1988 throughout August 1988 with Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Marina Galinski, and Constance Schissler. 6407 January Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August, 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

Temporary Address while Attending the University of Missouri — Kansas City as a transfer student to live with Karen Ann Myers-my biological sister. *Resided: August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986 Karen Ann Myers, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lynette Isles -UMKC Medical Student. 4309 Jarboe Lane, Apartment 1N Kansas City, Missouri 63111 August 7 1988: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Marketing:Minor in Art History

  • GPA is 2.453 on a 4.0 grade point scale.
  • Total Credits Earned: Based on a Semester: 139 credit hours.
  • Member of the American Marketing Association.
  • Business Administration: Mr. David P. Gustafson-Business Policy, Ms. Ottilla Voegtli-Marketing Management, Buyer Behavior, Business Administration Problems; Mr. David Bird-Business Data Processing; Ms. Donna Rosenberg-Fundamentals of Production; Mr. T. Fuhrman-Financial Management; Ms. Sally MacAdoo-Business Writing; Mr. Probir Ror, Ph.D.-QA Business Analysis; Legal Environment to Business; Basic Marketing; Management as a Behavioral Science; Management of Promotion; Marketing Intelligence.
  • Sciences: Cosmic Evolution/Introduction to Astronomy, General Biology, Introduction to Sociology.
  • Math: Algebra, Finite Mathematics, Elementary Statistics, Intermediate Statistics.
  • Accounting: Principles of Accounting, Managerial Accounting.
  • Economics: Principles of Microeconomics, Introduction to Economics, Ms. Willadee Gillin and Ms. YueQui Huang-GTA-Macroeconomic Analysis; Mr. David Hakes-Money and Banking.
  • Literature: Mr. J. Spatz-Introduction to British Literature, Literary Types, Freshman Composition, Literature and Fine Arts.
  • Art History: Mr. T. Pickerel-Introduction to Art; Mr. Ken Anderson-Primitive/Tribal Arts; Foundation Drawing; Dr. Heldman-Greek Art and Archeology; Art Masterpieces; Modern Art.
  • Anthropology: Dr. Van Reidhead-World Prehistory, Human Origins.
  • History/Political Science:American Civilization-Helen Ruhrwein, Crime and Punishment, Public Administration.
  • Completed the classes while working at Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners, Piece of the Pie, Inc., and The Frame Factory. *Because Kathy Myers, my mother, and Tom Cobb, my step-father, insisted on a college degree I attended the University of Missouri-St. Louis. In 1984, a memorial service was held for Thomas Howard Cobb.

People that I knew at this time period:University of Missouri-Kansas City-Medical Program: Doug Aach, Joel Aach, Lynette Isles, Beth Blitstein, Gnesh, Diane Voss, Karen (Mrazik) Myers Cobb. John Burroughs II, Dan Francescon, Dave Laschober.

  • Thomas John Mrazik-Parks College, St. Louis University. I believe that he received his Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Robert Bruce Mrazik-University of Missouri-St. Louis: Business-3 years.
  • Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers Cobb-She received her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. It was years later that she added “Cobb” to her last name.

1978–1983 Parkway Central Junior and Senior High School 369 North Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Lawrence Giles-Principal www.pkwy.k12.mo.us

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August, 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr., Larry Dupin; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb; David Dudlebaughn. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri, 63141 Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

  • GPA is 3.480 on a 4.0 grade point scale
  • Earth Sciences-Kestle-Vemmer, Physical Sciences-Wood, Biology, Psychology- Mr. Rayburn, Chemistry-Mrs. Wanner, Advanced Biology-Mr. Schumate.
  • Honors English-Mrs. Ziwot, Latin-Mrs. Doering and Mr. St. Clair, English-Mrs. Helfrich and Mr. Helfrich, Composition-Boyle, English Literature-Mr. Beck.
  • Pre Algebra-Mrs. Sanford, Algebra-Mr. Disterhauf, Unified Geometry and Math Analysis-Mr. Fusch, Algebra II-Trig-Mrs. Lynam.
  • Modern American History-Mr. Gallo; Middle East Studies-Mrs. Kraus; Shaping Western Society-Sullivan; US Government-Mr. Gannon.
  • Art-Mrs. Preusse, Drawing and Painting-Mrs. Davis.
  • Extra curricular activities: Track-Mr. William A. Sodeman, Model UN Club (International Club), National Junior Honor Society 1979–1980. *Because Tom Cobb, my step-father, moved his life insurance company offices from Clayton, MO to Creve Coeur, MO, I attended Parkway Central Junior and High School. Tom Cobb attended some of my high school track meets. Kathy Myers and Tom Cobb attended my high school graduation; Richard Mrazik did not attend.

People that I knew at this time *Kelly Ring, Mary O’Neal, Mary Kim, Tamara Kay Marks, Shanta Mac, Shao Lei, Kim Nance, Denise Kohner, Lisa Bender, Melissa Koven, Anne Rosenthal, Carla Siegfried, Vickie Hendrix, Dan LaBeau, Mat Dierberg, Marshal Silverman, Ken Safran, Doug Rudman, Keith Berg, Mark Kraus, Lee Witt, Scott Bakunus, Greg Berg, Mike Mushlin, Vincent Buckley, Craig Lackey, Neal Honickman, Beth Cordry, Chuck Rohrer, Rod Viehland, GeGe Hantz, Joel Aach, Doug Aach, Brian Flachsbart, Ken Fagin, Cindy Sobo, Rob English, Tom Kuefler, Jay Lazaroff, Alysa Slay, Ann Gain, Holly Schainker, Kathy Bomze, Jill Thompson, Amy Goldman, Karen May, David Gross, Vickie Grubb, Mary Youngblood, Eli Weiss, Ron Kassoff, Rob Gruebert, Doug Schneider, Bobby Barnes, Lisa Masters, Alicia Wilfong, Marc Kabak, Wendy Kaines, George Goode, Amy States, Susie Liebovitch, Dan O’leary, Janie Belcher, Marla Mayer, Donna Auld, Leslie Kohn, Brad Fink, Scott Chervitz, Molly McSkimming, Lisa Riojas, Vicki Walton, Beth Gundacker, Brent Hoffman, Richard Smith, Ellen Rosengarten, Diane Martin, Vicki Baumgarten, Andy Palens, Jennifer Weist, David Lanson, Suzane Glazer Fannin, Steve Larson, Brian Lieberman, Tina Crawford, Marcia Day, David Grazman, Patsy Duncan, Laura Horstman, Mark Balbas, Tracy Joe Katz, Laura Malt, Betsy Bournstein, Erich Keister, Eric Reinsfelder, Laura Robb, Margie Leith, Conrad Goode, Nancy B. Fox. Vicki Mathei Kunkel, Meg Turpin. Janine McCall, Robyn Pass, Bradley Alan Schultz, Stephanie Kusmer. Lori Heintz, Jenny Graves. Mark Schenberg, Brian Button, Maria Cavallini. Susan Polinski, Boyd Weinstein, Lee Witt, Deanna Barch, Melanie Sisi Morose. Greg Camp. Kelly Keightley, Lisa Keightley, John Keightley, III.

  • Kathleen Ann Myers worked at Consolidated Grain and Barge located in St. Louis, MO. She attended Webster University for her undergraduate degree. My step-father, Thomas Howard Cobb was an Insurance Agent with Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.
  • Family associates: Charlotte Mussellman, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, Marcie Spieler, Bob and Janet Frane, Mr. and Mrs. Tate, Hadley, Mrs. Bausch, Mrs. Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Kohner.

1976–1978 St. Thomas the Apostle Grade School 3350 St. Catherine Street Florissant, MO 63033 Rev. Burke-Pastor Sr. Joan Galli, CSJ-Principal-1977 Sr. Margaret Brennan, CSJ-Principal-1976 1977–1978: Grade 7: Mrs. Dell’Orco 1976–1978: Grade 6: Mrs. C. Hanses

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1976 throughout June 15, 1978 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr., Larry Dupin; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb; David Dudlebaughn. (The house was occupied previously by Thomas Howard Cobb and Pat Turmo-his previous wife.) *690 Stafford Lane Florissant-Saint Louis, Missouri 63033

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, married Tom Cobb, my step-father, and moved into his house in Florissant, MO I attended St. Thomas the Apostle Grade School. People that I knew at this time:

  • Ruth MacGinnis, Todd Zimmerman, Dan Blomgren, Virginia Rottler, Jane Dunn, Eileen Bugnitz.
  • Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers-My sister attended John Burroughs School. This was when Karen changed her last name from Mrazik to Myers. She also was known with the first name “Kerry.”GeGe Hantz and Mark Yap.
  • Robert Bruce Mrazik-My brother attended County Day School, Kenny Sunnenschien.
  • Thomas John Mrazik-My brother attended St. Thomas The Apostle School, Country Day School, and Jr. ROTC.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers-my mother worked at General Dynamics and my step-father, Thomas Howard Cobb worked as an Insurance Agent at Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.
  • David and Dolly Cobb; Suzy (Cobb) and Dan Passerella. David and Suzy were my step-brother and step-sister. I was the flower girl in Suzy and Dan’s wedding at Laumier Sculpture Park. Dan Passerella works at Sysco Food Company.

1974–1976 Maryland Grade School The School District of Clayton Clayton, MO 63105www.clayton.k12.mo.us/clayton Dr. E. H. Mueller-Principal 1975–1976: Grade 5: Carolyn Hackman 1974–1975: Grade 4: Mrs. K. Norris

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1974 throughout June 15, 1976: Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Karen Ann Myers (Mrazik), Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *100 North Bemiston Clayton-Saint Louis, Missouri 63105

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, met Tom Cobb and he found a house for her to rent close to General Dynamics and his life insurance company office, I attended Maryland Grade School. *Karen Ann Myers and Robert Bruce Mrazik attended Maryland Grade School and then Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, Missouri. People that I knew at this time:

  • Melanie Gurley, Karen-next door neighbor, Susan Uchatel.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, worked at General Dynamics located in Clayton, MO and married Thomas Howard Cobb, an Insurance Agent with Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.

1971–1974 McGrath Grade School Brentwood Public Schools 1775 Parkridge Avenue Brentwood, MO 63144 www.brentwood.k12.mo.us Mr. E. Renfroe-Principal 1973–1974: Grade 3: Michelle Costello 1972–1973: Grade 2: Ms. Karen Kuester 1971–1972: Grade 1: Gladys Barlow

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1971 throughout June 15, 1974: Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Karen Ann Mrazik (Myers), Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *1606 Oriole Drive, Apartment ? Brentwood-Saint Louis, Missouri, 63144

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, was a single parent of four children and working at General Dynamics, she rented an apartment in Brentwood, MO.

  • Rosemary M. Mrazik-First Communion-St. Francis Xavier Church: attended by my mother (Kathleen Ann Myers) and my future step-father (Thomas Howard Cobb). Linda Grey, Linda Agnew, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, and Charlotte Musselman. Other family associates: Susan Van Doren; Bob and Janet Frane.

Family History

My family history is on the following websites: MyHeritage.com, FindMyPast.com, Geni.com, FamilySearch.org, MyFamily.com, FamilyTreeNow.com, Ancestry.com, JewishGen.org.

  • March 7, 1943: Kathleen Ann Myers, mother, was born in Braddock, PA and attended St. Thomas District High School in Braddock; Irish and English-American. She worked at a bakery in Braddock, PA, approximately 1972 to 1976 General Dynamics in Clayton, MO; worked on the Bill Simon political campaign; Sheahan Financial in Clayton, MO, 1976 to 1983; Consolidated Grain and Barge in St. Louis City, 1986 to 1989; Cass Bank and Trust in St. Louis City. Kathy Myers, my mother, met Tom Cobb while working at General Dynamics and he was working in the same building as a life insurance agent in Clayton, MO. Kathy married Thomas Howard Cobb approximately 1976 and we moved to his house in Florissant, MO. Because of Tom Cobb, Kathy Myers received her Bachelors and Masters in Finance from Webster University. She attended Washington University in St. Louis for Law School. Kathy’s sisters in Braddock, PA are Rosemary and Margaret. Rosemary Myers married Don Geary; children are Colleen and Brian. Colleen Geary married John Stulfire Lieutenant United States Navy. Brian Geary — Lieutenant Junior Grade United States Navy, married Kimberly Mraz. Margaret Myers married Don Colaianne; children are Michael (married Florance Biscarus-French) and Kathy. Kathy’s cousin in Braddock, PA is Sara Szydlik; Sara married Don Szydlik; children are Todd; Daine Sabow Szydlik-George Mason University. Cpl Philip Leddon — World War II Veteran, United States Army, 89th Infantry Division BMSG; Dylan Leddon — United States Marine Corps. John DuPrey — retired from the United States Air Force, married to Margaret Hall (Kathy’s cousin); the children are Molly and Mark DuPrey-project manager at IBM. Kathy — Catholic. The children of Kathleen Ann Myers and Richard Ralph Mrazik: Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, and Thomas John Mrazik. Kathleen Ann Myers’ past husbands: Richard Ralph Mrazik, Mr. Fowler, Thomas Howard Cobb, and Terry Karras. Linda Allendorf, Missy Brown Fischer’s mother and Kathleen Myers cousin. My mother’s cousins and other relations in Pittsburgh, PA, Ohio, and Florida: Thomas Wilson, Warren Riffle, Marilyn Hall, Judy Miller Kopecky, Christine Leddon, John Leddon, Mary Hall, Connie Nahalka, Rosanna Riffle, Phil Leddon- Blairsville Senior High School, Arthur Leddon, Lori Rainey Leddon, Rosanna Riffle, Anna Stulfire, Krystal Lane-Mrazik, April Leddon-Kerchner, Mary Pat Gribbin Hirschfield-Churchill Area High School in Pittsburgh, PA..

*Thomas Howard Cobb, Step-father, was from Kansas City, MO. His father attended medical school in Kansas City, MO. He worked as an Life Insurance Agent at Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company in Clayton, MO where he met my mother at General Dynamics. He married my mother, Kathy, in 1976 and he moved us into his house in Florissant, MO. Tom Cobb moved his life insurance offices from Clayton, MO to Creve Coeur, MO. I think that he was in the Merchant Marines. Memorial service for him was in 1984. Protestant. The children of Thomas Howard Cobb and Elaine Long: David Cobb and Suzi Cobb; Thomas Howard Cobb’s sister’s son is David Dudlebaughn. Thomas Howard Cobb’s past wives: Elaine Long, Pat Turmo, and Kathleen Ann Myers.

*Richard Ralph Mrazik, biological-father, was born in Braddock, PA; Hungarian or Czechoslovakian-American. He worked for McDonnell Douglas approximately from 1961 to his retirement as a maintainability engineer in St. Louis; he was in Vietnam War working for McDonnell Douglas. He has a high school diploma from Braddock, PA. I do not know the names of Richard Mrazik’s parents; his brother’s name is Kenny; both Richard and Kenny Mrazik are first generation; his parents immigrated from Hungary. Richard married and divorced my mother, Kathy, 1961–1968. Children with Kathy: Karen, Bob, Rosemary, and Tom. Rich Mrazik married Nancy Boehler and had Bill and Jim Mrazik. Richard Mrazik had his marriage with Kathy Myers annulled approximately 1990. Nancy is from Alton, IL and attended high school. Nancy Boehler’s children prior to Richard: Janice, Linda, and Sandy. Richard is Catholic.

  • July 23, 1962: Karen Ann Mrazik, sister, was born in Columbus, OH. My sister changed her last name from Mrazik to Myers. She later added the last name of Cobb. Because of Tom Cobb (my step-father), Karen attended Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, MO, John Burroughs School, the University of Missouri-Kansas City for her medical degree, and completed her internship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Karen never took or passed the board certification test to become a physician; she has decided not to take the board certification tests to be a physician. While in high school, she worked at her high school (John Burroughs School) during the summers and as a waitress at Wagon Wheel Resort in Door County, WI with Bob and several of her high school classmates. After college, she worked at the Jewish Community Center of Chicago and San Francisco — Fitness Trainer, volunteered at the Los Angeles Veterans Administration, and currently works at UCLA — Fitness Trainer. Karen Married John Nadalin; John Nadalin was deployed in the Vietnam War. John Nadalin’s children from a prior marriage: Donald and Michelle.
  • September 4, 1963: Robert Bruce Mrazik, brother, was born in Columbus, OH. Bob attended Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, MO, Country Day School, two years at University of Missouri-St. Louis. While in high school, he worked during the summers at Wagon Wheel Resort in Door County, WI with Karen, mowed the neighbors’ lawns and shovelled snow from the neighbors’ drive ways. During college, he worked at Walgreens. He is an electrician. Bob Mrazik married Constance Schissler. Bob and Connie’s children: Nick, Sam, Alex, Katie, Andrew, Miles, Grace, Ryan, and Zach.
  • June 4, 1965: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik was born in St. Charles, MO. Baptism at St. Sabina Church in Florissant, MO 63031; the sponsors were James Hall and Janet Myers. My First Communion-St. Francis Xavier Church: attended by my mother (Kathleen Ann Myers) and my future step-father (Thomas Howard Cobb).
  • September 8, 1966: Thomas John Mrazik, brother, was born in Sumpter, SC. Tom attended Country Day School, Parkway Central High School, then JrROTC school. He graduated from Parks College in Illinois (St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO) with a pilot’s license and a Bachelor’s degree. While in high school, he mowed the neighbors’ lawns and shovelled snow from the neighbors’ drive ways. He worked as a school bus driver while in college, at United Parcel Service (UPS), joined the US Marines in the US Marine Corp Reserves, and is a Border Patrol Agent and pilot with the US Customs and Border Protection. Tom married Annette Connell. Tom and Annette’s children: Tom, Jr. and Sara. Annette Connell’s children from a prior marriage: Jessica and Jared. Officer Dan Davis, St. Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO 63306. 314–615–5380. 1991: Thomas John Mrazik: Boot-camp, D Co 1/28 Inf 2nd Platoon, Ft. Jackson, SC 29207. Kevin Hennessey-lawyer, St. Louis, MO: MP in the Philippines-US Military: His father was an Air Force Pilot. Dan Davis-JrROTC- Military and later a St. Louis County Police Officer, Rob Hixen-JrROTC and Military, Dan Filey-Pilot, Tom Mrazik-JrROTC-US Marines-, UPS, and US Border Patrol Agent and pilot. Timothy Morton. Jessica Connell married and changed her last name, Jessica Goldberg.

*David Cobb and Dolly Griffin, Thomas Howard Cobb’s and Elaine Long’s son and daughter-in-law.

*Suzy Cobb and Danny Passarella, Thomas Howard Cobb’s and Elaine Long’s daughter and son-in-law.

*David Dudlebaughn: the son of Thomas Howard Cobb’s sister.

*Larry K. Iwaki, Jr.: PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The son of Sayoko Iwaki and Lawrence Iwaki, Sr. US Navy, electrician. He worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Maryland, Cutting Edge Electronics in O’Fallon, MO in 2002, and Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA as a Senior MTS with Randy St. Pierre, PhD in 2003 on Randy’s Laser Program. I met Larry in 2002 in St. Louis, MO and moved with him to Redondo Beach, CA in 2003 to 2005. December 31, 2003: Dinner at Randy and Deb St. Pierre’s house with Larry and his co-workers from Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Firthridge, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275.
December 25, 2003 to December 27, 2003: Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD and myself traveled to visit Sayoko and Larry Iwaki, his parents, in Sacramento, CA. They live at Mead Avenue, Sacramento, CA 92855. August 23, 2003: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, French Masterworks, From the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow. I attended with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD, George Nguyen, Sayoko and Larry Iwaki. August 3, 2003: Lunch with Deb and Randy St. Pierre at Portifino Way, Redondo Beach, CA. George Nguyen-Nokia, Sun Microsystems, MBA from Harvard University. Larry Iwaki Jr., Ph.D., Laser Scientist, Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

Salary History

July 9, 2007- March 14, 2016 Macy’s West Beginning salary: 7/9/2007: Sales Associate: $10.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 11/15/2007: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 5/17/2009: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 5/2/2010: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.77 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. As of 8/28/2010: Recovery Associate: $9.50 per hour, 15 hours per week. This is a second evening job for My Alumni Apparel. I accepted a cut in pay because this job was the only one available at the time that was part time evening work. As of 10/31/2010–12/25/2010: Holiday Recovery Supervisor position: $10.50 per hour, 40 hours per week for a seasonal job. As of 12/25/2010- 1/31/2011: Recovery Associate: $9.50 per hour, 0–30 hours per week. As of 1/31/3010: Fitting Room Attendant: $9.50 per hour, 15–30 hours per week. As of 5/1/2011: Fitting Room Attendant: $9.60 per hour, 20–30 hours per week. As of 11/10/2011: Holiday Recovery Lead, seasonal work, $10.60 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. As of 1/2/2012: Fitting Room Attendant: part time work, 15–25 hours per week, $9.60 per hour. As of 5/5/2012: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $9.90 per hour. As of 8/11/2013: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $10.90 per hour. As of 5/4/2014: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $11.20 per hour. As of 4/12/2015: Signing Team Lead: 32.0 to 37.5 hours per week, $13.10 per hour. As of 5/3/2015: Signing Team Lead: 32.0 to 37.5 hours per week, $13.40 per hour.

Macy’s Paid Vacation Time: 2008: 4 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2009: 7 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2010: 12.5 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2011: 70 hours of vacation time. 2012: 14 vacation days. 2016: 15 vacation days and 3 paid sick days.

Macy’s 2008: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Total bonus for 2008: $ 2,850.00 February $150.00 March $250.00 April $250.00 May $150.00 June $600.00 July $250.00 August $250.00 September $250.00 October $250.00 November $250.00 December $200.00

Macy’s 2009: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Total bonus for 2009: $1,100.00 January $400.00 May $150.00 June $75.00 July $200.00 August $150.00 September $75.00 December $50.00

Macy’s 2010: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Bonus total for 2010: $350.00 February $50.00 June $150.00 July $150.00

Macy’s 2012: Bonus by month, paid by Levis.
June $100.00 July $100.00 August $100.00 September $100.00 October $100.00 November $100.00 December $100.00

Macy’s 2013: Bonus by month paid by Levis. January $100.00 March $100.00 April $100.00 May $100.00 June $100.00 July $100.00 September $100.00 October $100.00 November $100.00 December $100.00

Macy’s 2014: Bonus by month, paid by Levis. Macy’s 2015: Bonus by month, paid by Levis.

Aug. 16, 2010 — Sept. 30, 2010 My Alumni Apparel Beginning Salary: $15.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. Signing bonus: $700.00 Because the funding for the company ran out, we closed the office doors on September 30, 2010. I was paid for three weeks out of six weeks of work.

Dec. 11, 2006-Dec. 31, 2006 Beverages and More, Inc. $8.50 per hour, 36–38 hours per week. Seasonal Job. 2006: Gross pay was $334.22 2007: Gross pay was $675.55

Jan. 3, 2006-Nov. 6, 2006 Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. Salary: Starting $10.50 per hour and Ending $12.25 per hour. 40 hours per week. 2006: Gross pay was $20,041.41.

2005 AppleOne Employment Services Salary: $8.00/hr for 7.58 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the pay period 12/10/2005. 2005: Gross pay was $60.64

2004 AppleOne Employment Services Salary: $8.00/hr for 3.50 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the period 11/6/2004 2004: Gross pay was $28.00

Kelly Services at EDS Salary: $9.50 per hour for the pay dates from 11/22–11/28/2004 2004: Gross pay was $242.25.

Jan. 2004-Sept. 4, 2004: Unemployment Compensation from Employment Development Department 2004: Gross pay was $6,500.00

July 26, 2003-Jan. 23, 2004 Pictage, Inc. Consumer Technical Help Desk Starting and Ending Salary: $33,000.00 per year. 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the pay period ending 8/8/2003–1/23/2004. 2003: Gross pay was $13,171.58 2004: Gross pay was $3,898.64

April 15, 1996-May 9, 2003 Hunter Engineering Company Sr. Territory Management Representative 12/1999–5/2003 Territory Management Clerk 4/1996–12/1999 Salary: Starting $17,000 per year and Ending $26,857 per year (profit sharing, 2 weeks vacation time, and 5 personal days.) 2003: Gross pay was $9,386.55 2002: Gross pay was $25,952.55 (the pay increase took effect in approx April 2002 to $26,857 per year) 2001: Gross pay was $27,446.84 2000: Gross pay was $23,852.36 1999: Gross pay was $18,841.82 1998: Gross pay was $17,483.59 1997: Gross pay was $17,087.37 1996: Gross pay was $11,376.54

1996 Kelly Temporary Services $7.00 per hour at 8.00 to 40.00 hours per week. The paychecks for the weeks of 2/11/1996–4/14/1996. 1996: Gross pay was $1,937.25.

Daystar, Inc. On 1/24 and 1/25, $8.00 per hour, at 15.25 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 1/28/1996 for the amount of $122.00 gross pay. $7.00 per hour at 22.75 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/4/1996 for the amount of $22.75 gross pay. $7.50 per hour at 13.50 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/11/1996 for the amount of $104.00 gross pay. 1996: Gross pay was $248.75.

Nov. 20, 1995- Jan. 31, 1996 First Bank, Inc. Cash Transaction Reporting Clerk Starting and Ending Salary: $17,000 per year, 40 hours per week. 1996: Gross pay was $2,135.91 1995: Gross pay was $1,605.71

May 12, 1992-Nov. 15, 1995 First Services, LLP Central Information Department Clerk Salary: Starting $12,480 per year and Ending $15,000 per year, 40 hours per week. 1995: Gross pay was $14,564.75 1994: Gross pay was $14,357.99 1993: Gross pay was $13,644.78 1992: Gross pay was $9,588.03

March 1994- May 1995 Art & Frame Outlet $6.50 per hour, approximately 10–18 hours per week.
1995: Gross pay was $1,769.66 1994: Gross pay was $4,345.30

1994 Robert Half International For the days dated 3/18 and 3/19, I worked at $6.00 per hour, a total of 10 hours. 1994: Gross pay was $60.00.

1991 Robert Half International $5.00 per hour, 40.5 hours total. Final pay check from 10/1/1991–10/18/1991 for a total of $202.50 gross pay. $5.00 per hour, 34.00 hours total. Final pay check from 1/27/1991–2/17/1991 for a total of $180.00 gross pay. (4 hours overtime at $7.50 per hour).
1991: Gross pay was $382.50

Total Employment Services $5.00 per hour, 9.5 hours total on 2/13/1991. Paycheck stub for $46.30. 1991: Gross pay was $46.30.

Snelling Temporaries $5.25 per hour, 1.0 hours total on 2/21/1991. Paycheck stub for $5.25 gross pay. $5.50 per hour, 71.25 hours total. Paycheck stubs from 3/8/1991–3/29/1991 gross pay for $391.88.
1991: Gross pay was $397.13.

Western Technical Services $5.61 per hour, 4.50 total hours. Paycheck stub in the week ending 6/22/1991 for the amount of $20.25. Other assignments for a total of $79.88 gross pay. 1991: Gross pay was $100.13

Remedy/Mid America Placement $5.00 per hour, 51.75 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 2/24/1991–3/24/1991. 1991: Gross pay was $258.75

Norrell Services $4.50 per hour, 6.50 total hours. Paycheck stub dated for the week ending 8/29/1991 in the amount of $29.25. 1991: Gross pay was $29.25

Phoenix Textile Corporation $5.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending from 4/3/1991–4/30/1991. 1991: Gross pay was $1,586.20.

Sept. 1990-Feb. 1991 Mercantile Card Services, Inc. at Mercantile Bancorporation Approximately $16,120 per year, 40 hours per week. 1991: Gross pay was $1,300.00 1990: Gross pay was $4,370.00

Western Temporary Services $5.50 per hour, 13.25 hours. Pay check stub dated 8/18/1990. 1990: Gross pay was $72.88

Temporaries of St. Louis DBA B. Loehr Temporaries $4.70 per hour, 24.00 hours, Pay check stub dated 9/9/1990.
1990: Gross pay was $112.80

Vanguard-Lion Associates Crystal Lion Galleries $6.00 per hour, 15–38 hours per week. 1990: Gross pay was $5,319.00 1989: Gross pay was $387.00

Oct. 1989- Nov. 1989 Prints Charming Inc. Salary: Approximately $14,000 per year with a commission, 40 hours per week. 1989: Gross pay was $1,884.61

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1991 Shari Mulligan, Co. This was always a second job. Approximately $4.00 per hour cash.

Frame Factory, LTD. I worked 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour beginning wage-$3.85 per hour ending wage. 1989: Gross pay was $8,162.00 1988: Gross pay was $7,169.59 1987: Gross pay was $4,593.70 1986: Gross pay was $1,563.14

Piece of the Pie, Inc. A job while attending college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour, 10–15 hours per week. 1986: Gross pay was $662.43

Lee-Jung Cleaners DBA Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour. 1984: Gross pay was $2,820.76 1983: Gross pay was $901.17

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co. 1983: Check stub dated 8/30/1983 $34.00.

K and L Catering 1983: Cash pay. I do not have my records. Information from my records to include the paycheck stubs and W-2 forms. My records are incomplete.

REFERENCES

Professional References

Dr. Van Reidhead Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs East Stroudsburg University 200 Prospect Street East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 570–422–3539 www4.esu.edu (Dr. Reidhead was my Anthropology Professor from the University of Missouri-St. Louis).

Mary Leopold, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor-Physics and Astronomy University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, MO 63121 Work: 314–516–5932 (Dr. Leopold was my physics professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis for my post baccalaureate premedical studies and has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Bill Markey Western Division-Los Angeles Region Hunter Engineering Company Altadena, CA 562–921–8507 BillMarkey @ Sbcglobal .net (Retired from Hunter Engineering Company)

Greg Dunkin Hunter Engineering Company North Central Division Manager Lake Zurich, IL 60047 847–420–2347

Doug Woolverton Northeast Division Manager Hunter Engineering Company Yardley, PA 19067 215–321–0166 www.hunter.com (Letter of recommendation is on file. He has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Rhonda Tenkku Lecturer-College of Business Administration University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117 314–516–4531 www.umsl.edu (I worked with Rhonda Tenkku for approximately four years at Hunter Engineering Company. December 1999, Rhonda Tenkku promoted me to a newly created position, Sr. Territory Management Representative.)

Steve Helmkamp Customer Relations Manager, Retired Hunter Engineering Company Bridgeton, MO 63044 618–530–5574 www.hunter.com (Worked with me on a yearly direct mail project lasting 3–4 months each year. He has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Kevin Wilson Human Resources First Bank, Inc. 11901 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 (314) 592–6812 ( I contacted Kevin Wilson in early 2007 after quitting Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. in Oceanside, California; I was verifying my work history with him as I revised my resume; I asked if he would be a reference since we had talked over the telephone at that time.)

Todd Holmes District Manager-St. Louis Region Starbucks Corporation Mobile: 314–691–3906 (The store manager and owner of Breve Expresso in Maryland Heights, Missouri when I was working at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, Missouri. This was my stopping place for breakfast, a bagel and a soda, every morning before heading into work at Hunter; this was after I broke up with Jim Johnson. Todd and Connie would bring their two children-two girls, into Breve- the small breakfast counter, on the weekends and holidays, to eat with the regular customers; to include the Maryland Heights Police Department-some of his best customers.)

John DuPrey Care Star Columbus, OH 43232 614–668–0981 www.ohiohcp.org(Retired from the Air Force and an uncle by marriage to my mother’s cousin, Marge (Hall) DuPrey.)

op21–921/RMM038/IC3: Edited while at 5720 West Centinela, Apartment 412, Building Three, Culver City-Los Angeles, California. Edited at 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125, Artesia, California 90701–5549. Edited by Rosemary Margaret Mrazik.

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Rosemary Margaret Mrazik 11412 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 90701–5549 Mobile Phone: (818) 325–9841 rmm038 @ gmail .com

Objective and Overview: Seeking an opportunity with a company that will combine my experience in business, my bachelor’s degree, and my interest in the sciences. At Hunter Engineering Company, I was working in the Marketing Information Department for seven years. I managed a database, prepared contracts, managed a yearly short term direct mail project, typed and distributed inter office memos, and supported the Regional and Divisional Sales Managers with special projects. I utilized Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and a mapping software. After Hunter Engineering, I worked at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc and then Macy’s. I graduated from the University of Missouri-St. Louis with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Minor in Art History in 1988. Later, while working at Hunter Engineering Company, I began evening classes for pre-medicine, from 1996–2003 at UM-St. Louis. My focus and long term goal remains to obtain a PhD in the sciences.

Skills and Accomplishments: My office skills include data entry, marketing, managing a yearly short-term direct mail project, revising contracts, managing a database, typing and distributing inter-office memos, and supporting the Regional and Divisional Sales Managers with special projects. I used Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and a mapping software on a daily basis. My typing is currently 35 WPM and know 10 key by touch. My education includes a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with a GPA of 2.453 and Post Baccalaureate Pre Medical classes with a GPA of 3.123.

Social Clubs: I am a past member of Toastmaster’s International, a public speaking organization: Peninsula Toastmaster’s Club 174 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California; a guest at Tick Talk Toastmaster’s in Carlsbad, California; and a past member with Toastmasters at the Josyln Center in Manhattan Beach, California.

Social Networking Websites and Family History Websites, most with my resume: My family history and resume is on the following websites: MyHeritage.com, FindMyPast.com, Geni.com, FamilySearch.org, MyFamily.com, FamilyTreeNow.com, Ancestry.com, JewishGen.org. My resume is posted on: Linkedin.com, Slideshare.com, Monster.com, Indeed.com, CareerBuilder, JobsToday.org, GlassDoor, Craigslist.com, the Missouri Unemployment Office at Jobs.mo.gov, USAJobs.gov, Neogov.com, and Facebook. I am on these other social websites: Flickr, Pinterest, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Google G+, FourSquare, Instagram, Loomio, Medium.com, Nixle.com, TripAdvisor.com, and GitHub.com. I am on these real estate websites: Redfin.com, Zillow.com, LandWatch, and Trulia.com. My retirement 401k savings was with MerrillEdge.com, an online discount brokerage service provided by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and with the United States Department of the Treasury’s myRA.

Past Employers with my resume: Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, Missouri; First Banks in Creve Coeur, Missouri; and Macy’s, originally R.H.Macy & Co., of Cincinnati, Ohio.

Colleges and Schools with my resume: University of Missouri-Saint Louis; Parkway School District in Chesterfield, Missouri; Mary Institute and Country Day School (MICDS) in Ladue, Missouri; Webster University in Saint Louis Missouri; and Washington University in Saint Louis.

My Company Website: Sportswear by Rosemary Mrazik; http://www.companycasuals.com/SportswearByRosemaryMrazik

My Blog: “Topics of Interest” by Rosemary M. Mrazik; https://rosemarymrazik.blogspot.com

Jobs I Applied to: I applied to Northrop Grumman Space Technology/Cutting Edge Optronics in Saint Charles, Missouri as an Accountant on May 17, 2017. I applied to the National Archives and Records Administration as an Archives Technician located in Spanish Lake, Missouri, from USAJobs.gov, Job Announcement Number JD1959588, Vacancy ID Number (VIN) 1959588, USAJobs Control Number 496617300, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017. I applied to Continental Data Graphics at 4060 N Lakewood Blvd, Long Beach, CA 90808 on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Admin Functional Support 3 at Northrop Grumman in Redondo Beach CA. I applied to Boeing as a Maintenance Analyst in Saint Louis, Missouri on Monday, May 15, 2017. I applied to Macy’s in Los Cerritos Center as a part time Chanel Fragrance Sales, job 71471518 on Monday, May 15, 2017.

Experience 1983–2017

My next Job:

May 15, 2017 Snelling Temporaries 7777 Center Drive, Suite 495 Huntington Beach, California 92647 Phone: (657) 204–1960 *I applied to: Call Center in Anaheim, California 92806 at $16.00 per hour plus bonus, 35 to 40 hours per week, temp to hire. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 B. Loehr Staffing Main Office 9666 Olive Boulevard, Suite 220 Olivette, Missouri 63132 Phone: (314) 567–5600 *I sent my cover letter, resume, education, family history, and professional work references by email. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Remedy Intelligent Staffing Branch No: 67122–6270 5714 South Lindbergh Blvd, Suite 3 St. Louis, MO 63123 Phone: (314) 842–6440 *I applied as a receptionist in Saint Louis, Missouri; as a Commercial Loan Assistant, job number 160803 short-term temporary job at $23.00 per hour in Pasadena, California. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Kelly Temporary Services 5000 East Spring Street, Suite 430 Long Beach, CA 90815–5224 Phone: (714) 861–2100 *I applied to a Call Center Representative, job US41L3TS_BH1271631 part-time at $15.00 per hour in Cerritos, California; a Data Entry Clerk, job US41L3JM_BH1283656 full time at $12.00 per hour in Saint Louis, Missouri. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 Robert Half International/Office Team/Accountemps 17871 Park Plaza Drive. 2nd Floor Suite 280 Cerritos, CA 90703 Phone: (562) 356–1031 *I applied as a Sales Assistant, full time in East Saint Louis, Illinois at $40,000 per year; my resume was sent to Diane Mabry in the Saint Louis Robert Half location. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

April 28, 2017 AppleOne Employment/Act 1 Group of Companies 12750 Center Court Drive Suite 120 Cerritos, CA 90703 Phone: (562) 356–1694 *I applied to: Sales Audit Assistant in Santa Fe Springs, California 90670, job 1022/0427201702, at $38,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Molly Rez. *I applied to: HR Admin in Long Beach, California 90805, job 1017/MO1017HR, at $45,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Meyumi Ortiz. *I applied to: Client Services in Cypress, California 90630; job 1052/1052CSDA, at $31,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Donovan Aranda. *I applied to: Data Entry Specialist in Cypress, California 90630; job 1052/DE1052DA, at $35,000.00 per year; Account Executive is Donovan Aranda. My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 90701–5549

October 7, 2013 through October 13, 2016: Kaiser Permanente health care coverage. Mona Ameet Shah, M.D. in Internal Medicine at Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Torrance, CA; Scott Daniel Miller, M.D. in Neurology at Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Harbor City, CA; Tracy Ann Cyngiser, Allied Health in Neurology; Gail L. Shibayama, O.D. in Optometry South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA; Phlebotomy at the Kaiser South Bay Medical Center, Harbor City, CA; Julie Anne Ziegler LCSW, Neurology at the Kaiser South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA; Brittany Alice Bryan, M.D. in Internal Medicine at the Kaiser Playa del Rey Medical Offices in Playa del Rey, CA; Radiology, Kaiser South Bay Medical Center in Harbor City, CA.

March 15, 2016: Unemployed.

March 2012 to July 2012: Peninsula Toastmaster’s Club 174 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California; with Bill Bau, Lupe Andrade-Powell, Kathy Branconier, Austin Burge, Julie Burge, Ivone Duffin, Marlo Duffin, Raymond Duke, Angel Estrada, Elayne Grgas, Bonny Kamen, Gordon Kehmeier, Stan Laeno, Shelly Lipanovitch, Karina Gaete Llanos, Raul Lopez, Phillip Lundeeen, Betty Nebelsky, Larry Savell, Michael Schulman, Shelly Stockwell-Nicholas, Angela Soto, Adam Thomas, Lauren Thomas, Grace Cainoy Weltman, and Steve Weltman.

July 9, 2007 to March 14, 2016 Macy’s Inc. Manhattan Village 3400 Sepulveda Boulevard Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 310–546–5525 www.macysinc.com

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from Karen Ann Myers- my biological sister; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, John Nadalin. *Resided: March 2, 2013 throughout October 31, 2014. 222 Via Anita Redondo Beach, California 90277 My Mobile Telephone Number (818) 325–9841.

My Permanent Address: Resided: November 1, 2014 throughout October 30, 2015; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Mariners Village Apartments 14000 Old Harbor Lane, Apartment 203 Marina del Rey, California 90292

My Permanent Address: Resided: October 30, 2015 to April 13, 2017; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Alessio Apartments 5720 West Centinela, Apartment 412 Building Three Culver City-Los Angeles, California 90045

My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers, John Nadalin. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

I was interviewed and hired by Odessa Manligas — Men’s Clothing Sales Manager and Shannon Giancotta — Store Manager.

  • Customers: Dr. Barry Tischler, Fredrick Shaper, Oscar C. Juat Jr., Brice Head, Carolina Verdin, Max Kaousi, Samuel Ibraham, Arturo Mendoza, Keanna Briles, Lynn Busia, Sung Kim, Sean (Son Van) Nguyen, Louis Dumont, Dr. Paul Nordin, Barry Nelms, Grace and Edward Kim, Nathan Au, Robert Powell, Patrick Vasquez, Alex Gaw, Thomas Cleary, Christian Eichelburger, and Wayne C. Smith. *Managers: Odessa Manligas, Irma Chavez, Donna Wade, Megan Bainbridge, Lavetta Hines, Trey Glascoe, Jacob-Loss Prevention, Darina. *Coworkers: Breanna, Akosita, Bernadette Zaklit, Sam Kallos, Kareem, Hanelmalmedhin.

*Store Managers: Manhattan Village Macy’s: Tracie Manick-Store Manager from 4/2/2011-current, Teresa Matus — Store Manager from 2008–4/1/2011, Shannon Giancotta — prior Store Manager. Human Resources: Nikki Saffrey, Yasmin Cano. Fine Jewelry Manager: Scott O’Brien. Merchandising Manager/Purses District Manager: Pauline. *Odessa Manligas- my sales manager from July 9, 2007 to March 6, 2010 and from February 2012- May 5, 2012; Irma Chavez-my sales manager from August 29, 2010-February 2012; Donna Wade-my sales manager from March 6, 2010 to August 28, 2010 and May 6, 2012- July 15, 2012; Lavetta Hines, Odessa Manligas-my signing Team Lead Managers from April, 12, 2015 through March 14, 2016. *Polo Ralph Lauren Manufacturer’s Sales Representatives: Ronald Romero- Shop Manager, James Burden up to March 2010 and Heidi Bruner-prior manufacturer’s representatives; Cindy Gutierrez *Levis Manufacturer’s Representatives: Isabell Bogosian, Gena Jones, April Sprangler.

Accomplishments: 4/12/2015–3/14/2016; Signing Team Lead. The job duties include: supervising a team of associates to ensure that all merchandise is properly signed; coordinate and oversee the timely execution of sign set-up and removal for the entire store; recruit, train, motivate, and develop Signing Associates to their fullest potential through coaching and feedback; and ensure that all policies, procedures, and standards are understood and followed by Signing Associates.

  • 37.5 hours per week. From 4/12/2015–5/2/2015, the pay rate was $13.10 per hour. From 5/3/2015–3/14/2016, the pay rate is $13.40 per hour.

5/6/2012–4/11/2015: Levis Merchandise Handler The job duties include: support the selling environment for Levis in the Men’s Department to include assisting customers with selecting Levis; meeting the monthly sales goal; advising the customer about the product features and fit; merchandising the Levis product display; yearly inventory.

  • Bonus: The bonus paid to date from Levis in 2012 for meeting or exceeding the monthly sales goal for Levis was paid for the months of June, July, August, September, October, November, and December. My total bonus for 2012 is $700.00. The bonus paid to date from Levis in 2013 for meeting or exceeding the monthly sales goal for Levis was paid for the months of January, March, April, May, June, July, September, October, November, and December. My total bonus for 2013 is $1,000.00.
  • Sales in Levis by Month in 2012: For the month of May, my sales in Levis were 6% over the planned sales goal and 0.67% over last year’s sales. For the month of June, my sales in Levis were 6.04% over the planned sales goal and 19.68% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Levis were 10.81% over the planned sales goal and 13.49% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Levis were 21.20% over the planned sales goal and 30.15% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Levis were 14.06% over the planned sales goal and 20.02% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Levis were 28.34% over the planned sales goal and 37.89% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Levis were 37.4% over the planned sales goal and 28.57% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Levis were 11.2% over the planned sales goal and 29.7% over last year’s sales.
  • 37.5 hours per week, and a bonus when the sales goal for the month is met. From 5/6/2012–8/10/2013, the pay rate was $9.90 per hour. From 8/11/2013–5/3/2014, the pay rate is $10.90 per hour. From 5/4/2014–4/11/2015, the pay rate is $11.20 per hour.

1/2/2012–5/5/2012: Fitting Room Attendant, part time work, 15–25 hours per week, $9.60 per hour. 11/10/2011–1/1/2012: Holiday Recovery Lead, full time seasonal work, $10.60 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. Assigned to supervise 8–13 holiday seasonal associates in both the Men’s and Women’s buildings at Macy’s in Manhattan Beach. 1/31/2011- 11/9/2011: Fitting Room Attendant, per Human Resources, I was offered a part time Fitting Room Attendant position at $9.50 per hour at 15–30 hours per week. In May 2011, I had a pay raise to $9.60 per hour. 12/25/2010–01/31/2011: Recovery Associate, $9.50 per hour, 0–30 hours per week . 1/18/2011: Layoff Status: I was informed by Human Resources that the sales support recovery positions were being eliminated across the country at Macy’s. My current recovery position ends effective 1/31/2011. I was offered a severance package or to be placed in available openings. 10/31/2010–12/25/2010: Holiday Recovery Supervisor, full time seasonal work, $10.50 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. Assigned to supervise 12–17 holiday seasonal associates in both the Men’s and Women’s buildings at Macy’s in Manhattan Beach.
The major job duties included making certain that the sales floor was presentation ready at all times in both buildings during the holiday season. I monitored the fitting rooms, sales floor and cash wrap stands for merchandise, and kept the displays ordered and well stocked with merchandise. 8/28/2010–10/30/2010: Recovery Associate, part time evening work, $9.50 per hour, 15 hours per week as a second job to My Alumni Apparel. I accepted a cut in pay because this job was the only one available at the time that was part time evening work.

7/9/2007–8/28/2010:Sales Associate, Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist in the Men’s Department, full time, 37.5 hours per week at a beginning pay rate of $10.00 per hour and ending at $11.77 per hour.

  • Large Sales Volume: In December 2009, two weeks before Christmas, we were allowed to work overtime; my hours were six ten-hour days for each week of the two week time span. During that time period, I had two different days where I sold $10,000 worth of merchandise in one day. The high sales dollars for the month of December 2009: 12/15/2010 $7,579.81; 12/16/2009 $10,085.44; 12/21/2009 $12,319.22; 12/22/2009 $9,610.75; 12/23/2009 $9,796.52; 12/24/2009 $7,917.90.
  • Bonus: Total bonus paid to date from Polo Ralph Lauren for 2008 is $2,850.00, for 2009 is $1,100.00, and for 2010 is $350.00. I was a member of the American Management Association for 2009.
  • Recognitions: On February 18, 2010, the regional manager for the Men’s Family of Business, Shelly Hilkirt, recognized my efforts in the Polo Ralph Lauren Department: I was able to increase the tier volume by 47% to plan and 25% to last year’s sales numbers with a 38.47 gross margin. Shelly Hilkirt reports to Cal Patridge. As of the end of the second week in February, my sales are 21.2 thousand dollars for the period to date this year compared to 17.0 thousand dollars for last year at the same time, and with a sales plan for 14.5 thousand dollars.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales- Sales Volume by Month, Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2008 For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 49.9% over the planned sales goal and 40.5% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 61.4% over the planned sales goal and 45.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 52.1% over the planned sales goal and 35.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of May, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 40.6% over the planned sales goal and 20.0% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 70.4% over the planned sales goal and 47.3% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 32.4% over the planned sales goal and 11.6% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 15.4% over the planned sales goal and 10.1% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -7.1% over the planned sales goal and -12.2% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 13.6% over the planned sales goal and 4.0% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 58% over the planned sales goal and 28.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 1.4% over the planned sales goal and 5.6% over last year’s sales.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2009 For the month of January, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -18.2% over the planned sales goal and -12.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -27.3% over the planned sales goal and -26.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -13.1% over the planned sales goal and -13.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -7.2% over the planned sales goal and -13.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of May, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 9.52% over the planned sales goal and 2.8% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 5.71% over the planned sales goal and -0.33% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 27.6% over the planned sales goal and -6.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 17.2% over the planned sales goal and 8.2% over last year’s sales. For the month of September, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 5.7% over the planned sales goal and -9.4% over last year’s sales. For the month of October, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -11.3% over the planned sales goal and -22.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of November, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were (unavailable)% over the planned sales goal and (unavailable)% over last year’s sales. For the month of December, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 3.8% over the planned sales goal and -4.1% over last year’s sales.
  • Sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren by Month in 2010 For the month of January, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -2.9% over the planned sales goal and 16.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of February, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 42.2% over the planned sales goal and 34.7% over last year’s sales. For the month of March, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -9.5% over the planned sales goal and -9.9% over last year’s sales. For the month of April, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were 15.7% over the planned sales goal and -3.0% over last year’s sales. For the month of May*, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were -1.35% over the planned sales goal and -17.8% over last year’s sales. For the months of June, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales. For the month of July, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales. For the month of August, my sales in Polo/Ralph Lauren were xxx% over the planned sales goal and xxx% over last year’s sales.
  • Some of May’s 2010 Week 4 sales data were available; I never received the complete report for the last week of May; The sales percentages used are estimates.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008.
    For the months of February through and December 2008, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 49.9%, 61.4%, 52.1%, 40.6%, 70.4%, 32.4%, 15.4%, -7.1%, 13.6%, 58%, and 1.4% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, my actual sales are 40.5%, 45.4%, 35.9%, 20.0%, 47.3%, 11.6%, 10.1%, -12.2%, 4.0%, 28.9%, 5.6% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through December 2009, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -18.2%, -27.3%, -13.1%, -7.2%, 9.52%, 5.71%, 27.6%, 17.2%, 5.7%, -11.3%, unavailable, and 3.8% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through December 2009, my actual sales are -12.4%, -26.4%, -13.7%, -13.9%, 2.8%, -0.33%, -6.7%, 8.2%, -9.4%, -22.7%, unavailable, and -4.1% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through June 2010, my actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -2.9%, 42.4%, -9.5%, 15.7%, -1.35%, June, July, August, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of January through June 2010, my actual sales are 16.9%, 34.7%, -9.9%, -3%, -17.8%, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. * Some of May’s 2010 Week 4 sales data were available; I never received the complete report for the last week of May; The sales percentages used are estimates. Season to date, my sales are approximately % above the planned sales goal and % above last year’s sales dollars.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Polo/Ralph Lauren Sales Volume by Month- Actual Sales Volume 2008, 2009, and 2010. This was my area of responsibility beginning in February 2008. The sales volume reflects the dollar amount for the Polo/Ralph Lauren product in thousands of dollars. For the months of February through December in 2007, my sales volume for each month is $27.8, $38.1, $30.4, $35.7, $49.2, $40.9, $40.2, $59.7, $40.5, $46.9, and $120.1. For the months of January through December 2008, my sales volume for each month is $20.8, $39.1, $55.4, $41.4, $42.9, $72.4, $45.7, $44.3, $52.4, $42.2, $60.5, and $126.8. For the months of January through December 2009, my sales volume for each month is $18.2, $28.8, $47.8, $35.6, $44.1, $72.2, $42.6, $48.6, $47.5, $33.0, unavailable, and $121.6. For the months of January through May 2010, my actual sales volume for each month is $21.3, $38.8, $43.0, $34.5, $36.5, June, July, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: My Sales Volume for All Products Sold by Month- Actual Sales Volume 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.
    This was my area of responsibility beginning in July 2007. The sales volume reflects the dollar amount for all products I sold including Polo/Ralph Lauren and all other Macy’s products in thousands of dollars. For the months of July through December 2007, my sales volume for each month is $12.96, $27.12, $37.92, $36.61, $45.35, and $85.19. For the months of January through December 2008 my sales volume for each month is $16.93, $32.98, $37.46, $22.13, $39.43, $52.51, $25.99, $43.45, $38.42, $32.36, $51.86, and $87.39. For the months of January through December 2009, my sales volume for each month is $28.97, $30.13, $37.31, $20.5, $35.90, $40.34, $25.18, $32.40, $30.10, $28.29, $45.55, and $123.91. For the months of January through May 2010, my sales volume for each month is $23.67, 31.78, $36.38, $22.22, $24.11, June, Jul, Aug, Sept, Oct, Nov, and Dec. Note: the sales volume is net sales less the returns.
  • Macy’s West Division: Polo/Ralph Lauren Division Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division sales goal for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 6.4%, 9.3%, 9.7%, 13.4%, 1.7%, 0.9%, 7.4%, -1.8%, -8.1%, 1.6% and -11.1% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 1.5%, 2.4%, 1.4%, 2.1%, -7.6%, -10.5%, -0.4%, -9.6%, -17.1%, -18%, and -10.6% above last year’s sales dollar for the same months. For the months of January through August 2009, Macy’s West Division sales goal for Polo/Ralph Lauren are -4.8%, -20.5%, -11.6%, -9.5%, May, June, 8.6%. and 2.7% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through August 2009, Macy’s West Division actual sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 0.2%, -9.3%, -16.1%, -16.6%, May, June, 7.3%, and -6.3% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, Macy’s West Division sales for Polo/Ralph Lauren are 2.7% above the planned sales goal and -6.3% above last year’s sales dollars. Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports in May and June for Polo/Ralph Lauren Division sales.
  • Manhattan Village Macy’s: Store Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, the total store’s planned sales goals are -2.5%, -8.6%, -5.1%, -1.5%, -5.1%, -1.3%, 0.8%, 0.7%, -6.9%, -2.8%, and -1.7% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, the total store’s actual sales are -4.7%, -10.5%, -5.3%, -0.2%, -7.6%, 1.0%, -5.3%, -7.3%, -9.6%, -9.3%, and -4.0% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through April 2009, the total store’s planned sales goals are -7.1%, -4.0%, -0.5%, and 3.2% above the planned sales goals for each month. For the months of January through April 2009, the total store’s actual sales are -11.1%, -14.2%, -8.7% and -6.8% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, the total store’s sales are -0.3% above the planned sales goal and -9.8% above last year’s sales dollars.
    Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports used above for comparison purposes for the overall sales performance of the Manhattan Village Macy’s. The sales numbers end in April 2009.
  • Macy’s West Division: Division Sales- Planned Sales Goals Vs. Actual Sales Volume, 2008 and 2009. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division sales goal are -4.9%, -8.9%, -6.6%, -4.7%, -9.8%, -8.0%, -3.9%, -7.8%, -10.2%, -8.0%, and -8.8% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of February through December 2008, Macy’s West Division actual sales are -6.0%, -9.0%, -5.3%, -3.7%, -9.9%, -6.4%. -8.7%, -13.5%, -11.6%, -14.0%, and -8.3% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. For the months of January through April 2009, Macy’s West Division sales goals are -9.6%, -2.4%, -3.4%, and -0.6% above the planned sales goal for each month. For the months of January through April 2009, Macy’s West Division actual sales are -8.0%, 3.9%, -10.6%, and -8.8% above last year’s sales dollars for the same months. Season to date, Macy’s West Division sales are -2.0% above the planned sales goal and -10.3% above last year’s sales dollars. Note: As of April 2009, Macy’s West combined with Macy’s Inc. Due to the database conversion, I was unable to obtain all of the sales reports used above for comparison purposes for the overall sales performance of Macy’s West Division. The sales numbers end in April 2009.

March 29, 2011 — March, 29, 2012 Sportswear By Rosemary Mrazik 1791 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 818–325–9841http://www.companycasuals.com/SportswearByRosemaryMrazik Small Business- e-Commerce, Sportswear Rosemary M. Mrazik: Small Business Owner

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

Company: On March 29, 2011, I decided to start my own business after receiving a layoff notice from Macy’s. I created a website and a Facebook page to promote my eCommerce business selling sportswear. Suppliers: SanMar; Legal: LegalZoom.com

Products: Sportswear supplied by SanMar. SanMar is the exclusive distributor of Nike Golf, OGIO® and New Era®. The other retail brands include Eddie Bauer®, Columbia® Sportswear, Gildan®, Jerzees®, Hanes®. SanMar also produces Port Authority®, America’s №1 private clothing label. Red House®, Port Authority Signature®, Port & Company®, District Threads®, Sport-Tek®, CornerStone® and Precious Cargo® complete SanMar’s high-quality private label offerings. See www.SanMar.com for more supplier information, the copyright and trademark information.

  • I am not making a profit at this time or sold the product. This is completed in my spare time.

Aug. 16, 2010 — Sept. 30, 2010 My Alumni Apparel, A Division of Hombre/Libre Apparel Dr. Norton Donner, DBA Hombre/Libre Apparel 916 Silver Spur Road, Suite 302 Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 310–508–2129 Small Business- e-Commerce, Sportswear Barry Freeman-Owner and CEO

My Permanent Address: I rented a room from the House Owner, Michael J. Mattingly with The Real Estate Group. Resided: July 26, 2007 throughout February 28, 2013, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *1971 Avenida Feliciano Rancho Palos Verdes, California 90275–1006 My Mobile Telephone Number: (818) 325–9841.

Office Coordinator Company: A new, start-up ecommerce business selling licensed collegiate merchandise. Suppliers: SanMar, Marty Lott-SanMar President, Accountant: Pat Weinstock, CPA, Palos Verdes, CA, Legal: Loeb & Loeb LLP Accomplishments:9/21/2010–9/24/2010: I created a website for University of Southern California, My Alumni Apparel’s client, at www.companycasuals.com/MyAlumniApparelusing the website template tools from SanMar.
Because the funding for the company ran out, we closed the office doors on September 30, 2010. Some of us will continue to volunteer our time. I was paid for three weeks out of six weeks of work. 8/19/2010 -9/30/2010: Office Coordinator at My Alumni Apparel: $15.00 per hour at 40 hours per week. 8/28/2010–10/30/2010: Part time evening work at Macy’s; 15 hours per week at $9.50 per hour as a second job.

*May 18–25, 2007: Camping in California State Parks in Carlsbad, CA studying the flight of the pelicans and the seagulls near Miramar, Camp Pendleton, and the Army/Navy Academy: Kelly, Jonathan,

Jan. 31, 2007 Robert Half International, Office Team 300 North Continental Blvd., Suite 415 El Segundo, CA 90245 310–343–4067 www.officeteam.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Gianni Mays-Staffing Manager, Janet Acevedo-Division Director, Jessica Manley-Staffing Manager 1/31/2007: Interview and reactivation for employment at Robert Half International.

Dec. 11–31, 2006 Beverages and More, Inc. 2500 Vista Way Oceanside, CA 92054 760–697–8606 www.bevmo.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Brien O’Neill-Manager, Scott Reid-Assistant Manager, Nathan Chavez, Jonathan, Kelly. I was interviewed and hired by Brien O’Neill. Store Associate

  • Store Associate-Cashier, stocker. Seasonal job. I rearranged the products in the displays, otherwise known as “facing” the products to make the display presentation attractive to the customers. This included rearranging the wine glass display and the select cheeses, meats, and crackers in the refrigerated kiosk. Nathan suggested that I inquire into applying to the Los Angeles Police Department where he has a friend in the CSI Unit; I applied to the LAPD. *$8.50 per hour, 36–38 hours per week.

Nov. 14, 2006 AppleOne Employment Services 2183 Vista Way, Suite B-2 Oceanside, CA 92054 760–966–3682 www.appleone.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home: (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile (310) 683–9825.

Sherie Hall-Senior Account Executive

  • 11/14/2006: The initial interview and registration. Nov. 6–14, 2006: I placed 48 telephone calls prospecting and networking for employment.

Oct. 11, 2006 Canon Business Solutions-West, Inc. 2382 Faraday Avenue, Suite 250 Carlsbad, CA 92008 760–438–6990 www.solutions.canon.com Denny King-District Manager Interview with Denny King, referral from Gayle Shockley

Feb. 2006: Toastmaster’s International at 2855 Carlsbad Blvd., Carlsbad, CA 92008; Tick Talk Toastmaster’s. I attended two to three meetings. Jayne Write, Scott Marquette.

  • George Nguyen-Nokia, Sun Microsystems, MBA from Harvard University.
  • Larry Iwaki Jr., Ph.D., Laser Scientist, Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA 90278.
  • Officer Dan Davis, St. Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO 63306. 314–615–5380.
  • Deputy Clarence Williams, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Dept. 310–603–3383.

Jan. 3, 2006- Nov. 6, 2006 Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. 3210 Production Avenue, Suite F Oceanside, CA 92054 760–721–7262 www.missioneq.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Silver Oaks Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile Telephone Number (310) 683–9825.

Small Business-Business to Business-Automotive Support Supplier *Jerry Giardullo -Small Business Owner (formerly a sales representative for Hunter Engineering Company) *Government Contractor for MIRAMAR Marine Corps Base: Pat Dolbeck-Purchasing, Sgt. Polimeni, Gloria Durbin, Larry Piraino, Charles Powers, Mike *Ernsberger, Jack Van Nest, Mike Young, Bill O’Brien, Jim Rahmin, and Gunny Stroud. Bill Markey, with Hunter Engineering Company, referred me to Jerry Giardullo to work at his company. *Sales and Service Representatives at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.: Russ Murico, Gary Zuckerman, Tom Cattell, Jeff Larkin, Tyler Bastion, Danny Castro, Lucas McAhren, Grant Sattaur, Buddy Dutton, David Daniel. *Sales and Service Representatives from Hunter Engineering Company: Brian Fusilier, Tom Newcombe, Raul Aguilar, Scott Robb, Matt Harrington, Mark Johnson, Allen Hallenbeck, Chris Harvey, AL Linene Neill, Kim Froide, Randall Youngblood, Tim Hardy, Bob McDonald. *Office co-workers: Caroline Devereux, Teresa Swank, Christina Monfort, Delene Taywater.

Administrative Coordinator

  • Company: This is a small business owned by Jerry Giardullo, who used to be a sales representative for Hunter Engineering Company. He began his business to supply automotive support equipment to small business, such as auto dealers, to high schools and the military. I worked with Jerry Giardullo when he was a sales representative at Hunter Engineering Company approximately 2001–2002 when I was in the Marketing Information Department as a Sr. Territory Management Representative. He would correspond with me by email and telephone.
  • Basic job duties: The job duties included producing and tracking purchase orders, compiling a customer management list, shipping and receiving, tracking the inventory, answering the telephone, filing and organizing the marketing brochures from the vendors, producing quotes, and compiling the sales leads. Attended a sales meeting with the Hunter Engineering Company sales representatives, weekly staff meetings, and wrote meeting minutes.
  • Accounting: I maintained the petty cash for the office, created a ledger for the service technicians contracted to this company to track their commissions, created the purchase orders and quotes, created the time-sheets for the employees.
  • Marketing: typed the price lists for the products and equipment from the vendors, created a sales lead- prospect list, created a service call sheet as companies contacted the company requesting service to products purchased from Mission Equipment in the past. For Toyota of Carlsbad, I typed and produced a multi page quote for presentation along with Tim Malolepsy from Rincon Marketing. I organized and filed the literature according to vendors. Some of the vendors included Hunter Engineering Company, Balcrank, Rincon Marketing, and Tech Force.
  • Marketing Information: I maintained several databases. Purchase Order Management Database: I tracked the purchase of equipment from vendors supplying the necessary equipment bought from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. to complete the sale made to the customer. The purpose was to manage the sales to the customers and track the cost of items purchased by Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. by ensuring that the product ordered by vendor was being delivered within a certain time frame, track back-ordered products, call the vendor to ensure that the order placed was in stock and obtain an approximate shipping schedule to Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. This included tracking the type of the product that was ordered, the cost of the product, the vendor name, the delivery date of the product to the warehouse, the delivery date to the customer, the names of the service technicians who delivered or installed the customer’s order. The report was divided my month and totaled the cost of all products to Mission Equipment and lifts, Inc. at the end of the month. For example, I tracked the product ordered for MIRAMAR from Hunter Engineering Company, made certain that the product was in stock, when it would ship, where it was delivered either to MIRAMAR or the company warehouse, and contacted the appropriate sales and service representative at Hunter Engineering who would then schedule a time to meet with the customer to install and train the customer personnel on the appropriate use of the equipment. This also included contacting the customer if a scheduling conflict existed for the product ordered. For MIRAMAR, I faxed a safety plan for Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. to the appropriate officer, Pat Dolbeck in the Purchasing Department, for review by the MIRAMAR Safety Officers.
    Customer Management Database: I maintained a database for all of the customers and vendors for Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. including all contact information and divided by the SIC code and industry.
  • Service Department: I organized the service department office and used the following reports for organization and cost purposes. I maintained a service log giving the details of the job site, the cost of the equipment purchased for the job, the service technicians at the job site, the cost of the service call. To schedule the service technicians for the week, I updated a scheduling board for the job site that requested service for their equipment, the type of service call, and prioritized the schedule of the service calls from clients according to the complexity of the request and length of time to complete the service call. To confirm the delivery of the product to the customer, I created a delivery confirmation sheet for the customer to sign when they received the product. This was filed with the appropriate customer file. After the service technicians would inspect equipment for a customer looking for safety issues that would require immediate attention for repairs, I typed a lift inspection form detailing the recommendations for service or repairs and bound the completed report to be presented to the customer’s decision makers to finalize the recommendations for repair or new equipment to be installed. This included MIRAMAR, Nissan Toyota, Toyota Carlsbad, Lexus Carlsbad, and others.
  • Inventory Management System: I organized the warehouse inventory and maintained several databases to track the inventory arriving into the warehouse and sent to the end user by cost and length of time stored in the warehouse. The reports included the following. Inventory by month was tracked by each purchase order, vendor name, product description, and totaled the cost of the products at the end of the month. Service truck inventory described the tools used by the service technicians with the cost of the equipment. The perpetual warehouse inventory report described the products received into the warehouse by month, purchase order, vendor, product description, total cost by month, and date shipped from the warehouse. The shipping log described the inventory shipped to the customer by week, vendor name, product description, and cost of the items at the end of the week. I organized the inventory by taking a physical inventory count on a regular basis. As the product arrived into the warehouse, it was designated to a specific customer using a labeling system and prepped for delivery.
  • $12.25 per hour, 40 hours per week.

My Permanent Address: Resided: November 1, 2005 throughout December 30, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Moonraker Apartments-Diane M. Friedrichsen, Apartment Manager. Moonraker Apartments Telephone: (310) 371–1819. 5530 West 190th Street, Apartment 125 Torrance-Los Angeles, California 90503. My Home Telephone Number: (310) 921–2850; My Mobile Telephone Number: (310) 683–9584.

April 8, 2005: Surgery at UCLA-Santa Monica: Dr. Nova Foster, Dr. Harish Lavu/ Other Physicians- Dr. Marc Nuwer, Dr. Anita Agzarian, Dr. Thuy Tran, Dr. Anne Hoyt, Vic Giacalone, O.D.

Nov. 22–28, 2004 Kelly Services at EDS 2121 Park Place El Segundo, CA 90245 310–543–3589 www.kellyservices.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Telephone Numbers: (310) 372–5212, Home (310) 379–1580, Mobile (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

  • Kelly Services at EDS was relocated to 21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503.
  • Temporary; ATM Department: coding ATM checks, third shift: 7:00pm to 2:00am or 3:00 am; variable hours. EDS Jeannie Cornett-Manager ATM Department. Job lead from Bert Riddick at the Beach Cities One Stop Business & Employment Center.
  • Salary: $9.50 per hour for the pay dates from 11/22–11/28/2004 for a gross pay of $242.25.

Oct. 31, 2004 and Dec. 6, 2005 AppleOne Employment Services 28901 South Western Avenue, Suite 217

Nov. 22–28, 2004 Kelly Services at EDS 2121 Park Place El Segundo, CA 90245 310–543–3589 www.kellyservices.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Telephone Numbers: (310) 372–5212, Home (310) 379–1580, Mobile (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

  • Kelly Services at EDS was relocated to 21250 Hawthorne Blvd., Torrance, CA 90503.
  • Temporary; ATM Department: coding ATM checks, third shift: 7:00pm to 2:00am or 3:00 am; variable hours. EDS Jeannie Cornett-Manager ATM Department. Job lead from Bert Riddick at the Beach Cities One Stop Business & Employment Center.
  • Salary: $9.50 per hour for the pay dates from 11/22–11/28/2004 for a gross pay of $242.25.

Oct. 31, 2004 and Dec. 6, 2005 AppleOne Employment Services 28901 South Western Avenue, Suite 217 Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90275 310–833–8079www.appleone.com

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments- Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, Mobile Telephone Number (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

12/6/2005

  • Temporary at Krikorian Premier Theaters-Corporate Headquarters; 131 Palos Verdes Blvd., Redondo Beach, CA 90277; (310) 791–8688: George Krikorian-Owner.
  • Duties: boxing promotional items for shipping; labeling coupons; stuffing corporate holiday cards; filing invoices. Salary: $8.00/hr for 7.58 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the pay period 12/10/2005 in the amount of $60.64 gross pay. 10/31/2004
  • Temporary during Halloween-greet families and give candy to the children at the Avenue of the Peninsula-Shopping Mall. Salary: $8.00/hr for 3.50 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the period 11/6/2004 for the amount of $28.00 gross pay.

2004 Remedy-Talent Magnet 3501 Sepulveda Blvd, Suite 101 Torrance, CA 90505 Wie Lu, Recruiting Division, Customer Service Manager Initial Contact in 2004

Remedy-Talent Magnet 21081 S. Western Avenue # 130 Torrance, CA 90501 Initial contact approximately in 2004.

September 16, 2004 to September 25, 2004: Karen Ann Myers Cobb/Jewish Community Center San Francisco and John Nadalin/UBS Financial: I visited them at their condo in San Carlos, CA at their invitation. John Nadalin was working as a Financial Advisor for UBS Financial Services Inc. located at 555 California Street, Suite 3200, San Francisco, CA 94104. Karen (my Sister) was working as a Physical Fitness Trainer at the Jewish Community Center, the Koret Center for Health, Fitness, and Sport in San Francisco located at 3200 California Street, San Francisco, CA 94118.

July 14, 2004 to January 20, 2005: Toastmaster’s International; Josyln Center 1601 Valley Drive, Manhattan Beach, CA

  • Guest from July 14, 2004-Nov. 3, 2004; Member Nov. 3, 2004-Jan. 20, 2005.

March 11, 2004-Nov. 3, 2005 Beach Cities-One Stop Center Business and Employment Center 320 Knob Hill Road Redondo Beach, CA 90277 310–372–1171www.redondo.org/depts/recreation/one_stop_employment_center Federally funded career center offering job search assistance and business resources.

  • Attended workshops: Mary Sercu, Bert Riddick, Georgeann Griffis.

July 26, 2003-Jan. 23, 2004 Pictage, Inc. 1580 Francisco Street, Suite 101 Torrance, CA 90501 310–525–1600 www.pictage.com

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 25, 2003 throughout April 30, 2004: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 12 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, My Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

Corporate Headquarters: Business to Business and Consumer-Event Services, Photography services for weddings *An Internet service company connecting the professional photographer to customers with office support, lab, and online finished products. *Dave Shevock and Lisa Keil interviewed and hired me. Employees: Andre Keil, Jason Kiefer, Mark Hicken, and Ariel Minguez, Julia Hamm Tashima, Natasha Krakowski, Joseph Padilla. Consumer Technical Help Desk

  • Answered inbound consumer technical support questions via telephone calls and email. Answered 40 to 60 phone calls per day for a total of 80 to 120 telephone calls daily for the consumer help desk.
  • Trained an additional 2 people on computer basics: the receptionist and a temporary for the product manager. Trained one person to assist my high work volume prior to and during the Christmas holiday season, my replacement.
  • Laid off due to a downturn in business. I have a letter from Pictage, Inc. verifying the lay off status is on file. 40 hour per week.
  • $33,000 per year, 40 hours per week.

*December 31, 2003: Dinner at Randy and Deb St. Pierre’s house with Larry and his co-workers from Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Firthridge, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275.
*December 25, 2003 to December 27, 2003: Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD and myself traveled to visit Sayoko and Larry Iwaki, his parents, in Sacramento, CA. They live at Mead Avenue, Sacramento, CA 92855. *August 23, 2003: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, French Masterworks, From the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow. I attended with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD, George Nguyen, Sayoko and Larry Iwaki. *August 3, 2003: Lunch with Deb and Randy St. Pierre at Portifino Way, Redondo Beach, CA.

June 2003, Feb. 2004 AppleOne Employment Services 2221 Rosecrans Avenue, Suite 126 El Segundo, CA 90245 310–643–6913 www.appleone.com Ana Salguero; Initial Contact in June 2003.

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 25, 2003 throughout April 30, 2004: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments: Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 12 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, My Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

May 3–5, 2003: I traveled with Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD to the University of Illinois-Champaign. I met his physical chemistry advisor, Dr. Dana DeLott, and his fellow PhD classmate, Selezion Hambeer, where we ate at Murphy’s Bar and Grill. I toured the Noyes Laboratory 308A to view the area where he did his research work on Nd-Yag vibration relaxation measurements. We stayed at Sleep Inn near the University and stopped at Blue Springs, IL for lunch at Blue Springs Cafe located at Interstate 70 in Highland, IL. I drove my Toyota Tercell.

April 15, 1996-May 9, 2003 Hunter Engineering Company 11250 Hunter Drive Bridgeton, MO 63044 314–731–3020 www.hunter.com

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Permanent Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146 My Telephone Numbers: Home (314) 576–5847, My First Mobile Telephone bought by Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. (636) 485–0410.

Corporate Headquarters; Steve Braur-Company Owner and Ambassador to Belgium. Business to Business-Automotive Support Equipment, Engineering The corporate headquarters for a privately owned international engineering company that designs, manufactures, and sells automotive support equipment to major car manufacturers, service shops, and tire dealers. Government Contractor: Army Fleet Vehicle Maintenance. Employees: Joe Staniszewski, Don Emerson, Joe Fuller, Dave Wackter, Jim Huhn, Tom Triptow, Larry Caldwell, Denny Bowen, Bob Toolen, Frank Nowaczyk, and Roger Creason. The Regional and Divisional Managers at the time I was hired: Bill Markey, Greg Dunkin, Doug Woolverton, Charles Bullock, Jr., Jeff Elder, Jeff Kern, Mike Healey, John Zentz, Erwin VanDeman, Davis Shular, Harold Smith, Mike Green, Wes Wingo, David Newton, Delyn Wirkus, George Ryan, John Obradovic, Eric Dickinson, Mitch Weller, and Tom Triptow. I was interviewed and hired by Eric Wolter.

Marketing Information Department Dec. 1999- May 2003: Sr. Territory Management Representative April 1996- Dec. 1999: Territory Management Clerk Hiring manager was Eric Wolter; co-workers were Pete Tessler and Ann Jansen. Successive managers after Eric Wolter in the Marketing Information Department: Greg Stain, Rhonda Tenkku, and Jeff Russell. Other co-workers: Theresa Houska, Computer Graphics Designer, was from my high school, Parkway Central High School, Sheryl Daugherty — Webmaster, Don Simmons and Darren Goodhart- Advertising Department, Don Cwiklowski and Kim Chandler- Technical Publications.

  • Database management: managed the sales and service territories by zip code on a limited access and secured AS/400 database. After receipt of the FAR report or verbal instructions from the Regional and Divisional Managers, I translated the instructions into code and entered the information into the database according to a deadline. This included writing the code according to trade areas and quota by county, and any specific instructions from the managers. All exceptions to standard operating procedure were resolved first from the given parameters I had to make the decisions. For territory disputes between the regional managers and divisional managers, the retired VP-Sales and Marketing Don Emerson would either approve my recommendations or provide a solution. Upon the resolution of the disputed geographical areas, I obtained the agreement from the managers involved in writing.
  • Prepared legal documents: Produced contracts and amendments for the sales and service representatives according to the regional and divisional managers instructions from the database management: producing the maps and zip code listings, by reviewing the legal terminology in the contracts; questions concerning the Heavy Duty Truck (HDT) contracts were discussed with Pete Liebetreau-Product Manager; provided contracts in question to the Joe Staniszewski-VP of Finance for lawsuits. *Maps: Maps were produced for the Regional and Divisional Managers by downloading territory information from the AS/400 database to an Excel spreadsheet, linking the spreadsheet to the new mapping software, and producing territory maps, regional and divisional maps, and maps by product type for sales analysis. MapPoint Mapping Software, Microsoft Excel, Arpeggio, CAD printer.
  • Short-term project management spanning 3–4 months each year: I reported to Don Emerson and then later with Steve Helmkamp-Customer Relations Manager to coordinate the work with his department and the Marketing Information Department; supervised and trained Judy White for the data entry and the yearly mailing for the updated distributor contracts. September: Notify Don Emerson and later Steve Helmkamp to update the distributor contract and the accompanying bulletin. This included reviewing the next years contracts for changes to the policy on product lines, suggesting the changes in the legal terminology to Don Emerson or Joe Staniszewski, and after approval, completing a working copy of the distributor contract. The final copy of the contract was given to Rhea Yost for document maintenance in the advertising department. Order the supplies for the direct mail project. Produce the mailing return labels to Hunter Engineering. October: The distributor contracts were mailed within a two week time frame goal in October to the sales representative who would meet with the distributor at a later date to sign the contracts and discuss the changes to the product line or terms. Obtain the approval from Don Emerson and later Steve Helmkamp for the newly printed authorized distributor labels according to the “Hunter Red” logo. Produce the distributor contracts for each distributor, obtain a territory list by county and sales rep, cover letters for each sales rep, produce the sales representative’s mailing labels, and send by certified mail organized by sales region to each sales representative. November to March: Data entry by the code for the returned and signed distributor contracts in the secure database.
  • ALI Reports: Produced the monthly ALI Reports to Pete Liebetreau-Product Manager: Brake Testers, Racks, and Safety Inspection Equipment.
  • Sales and Service Representative Profiles: I reported to Don Emerson. The reports included reviewing and filing psychological surveys, calculating the sales quotes for the territories, filing the educational achievements, work history, and family background for each new rep, the description of the territory by maps and zip code, filing the contracts and amendments as the territories changed, the assignment of the representative ID numbers.
  • Copy machine: I volunteered to maintain the copy machine after Joe Staniszewski asked me about the best features for the purchase. The purchasing department and the accounting department provided the requested purchase based on their budget.
  • Prospect/User Reports: Provided the prospect and user report for the new sales and service representatives and upon request from the regional and divisional managers and Don Emerson. The prospect user report gave the list of current customers and customers who expressed an interest in the Hunter Engineering Company products. The report provided the customer’s contact information, equipment purchased, and the sales potential.
  • Sales Quotas: Calculated the quota for each new sales representative based on the sales quota set for each county in the United States at the beginning of each year.
  • Representatives’ sales and service ID numbers: this was assigned to the two year parameter of available ID numbers. The ID numbers were to remain unused after a rep left the company for a two year time span. Returning reps were allowed to regain the ID numbers upon approval from management, specifically Don Emerson. The ID numbers are in a limited quantity and maintained according to the two year time span availability for the assignment. When the HDT product line was added, the ID numbers were reserved for that specific product line. The other product lines were separated for assignment. I provided the ID numbers to Cheryl Naes in accounting. She assigned the account number for her database management with my rep ID number. *Trade Areas: Organized the counties in a specific territory according to a dollar amount range calculated from the sales quota set for each county at the beginning of the year. *Special Projects: I reported to Don Emerson-the retired VP Sales and Marketing for the following projects for sales analysis. Reporting the delinquent contracts and amendments that were not returned and signed by the representatives within a specified time frame. Open Territory Report: I produced a report that listed the unassigned sales and service territories managed by regional managers. This report answered what areas remained unfilled by a sales or service representative, which regional managers have not hired a representative, and how long the territories remain unprofitable. The addition of sales territories to the existing territories. The goal was to increase overall profitability to the company by introducing a sales representatives who specialized in a specific product line, Heavy Duty Truck automotive products (HDT). I provided maps of all the sales territories as they currently existed divided by geographical areas and assigned the sales quota by the proposed new product line and remaining product lines for each county by the areas where the new sales territories were under consideration. I provided a breakdown of the sales quota by the different products for each county under consideration to give a snapshot of the profit potential before and after the HDT product lines were added. I prepared the final maps of the new product line and the remaining product lines once the geographical areas were determined that would produce the highest profit potential. The maps and quota for all product lines were presented to management for the final approval. Upon approval from management, I used the maps and quota information as the FAR to convert the instructions into code for data entry into a secured database. I revised the contracts legal terminology for the new HDT products in an addendum to the contracts and reviewed this with Don Emerson and Joe Staniszewski for final working copy. As sales representatives were added to sell the HDT product line, I assigned an HDT rep ID number. These ID numbers were reserved for this specific line and not assigned to other product lines. I reported to Don Emerson for the distributor contracts from approximately 1996–2000 for the yearly short term project. Because I was the person who received FARs for all newly hired sales reps and for any changes to territories from the regional managers, I was to discuss the FAR with Don Emerson who gave the final approval on all HDT reps and HDT territories.
  • Promotion: December 1999, Rhonda Tenkku promoted me to a newly created position, Sr. Territory Management Representative. The promotion information is on file with Dave Smith-VP Sales and Marketing.
  • Member of the Direct Marketing Association.
  • $26,857.00 per year, 40 hours per week.

December 2002: Holiday dinner at Armondo Martos’ house to meet the Larry Iwaki Jr PhD’s co-workers from Cutting Edge Electronics. September 29, 2002: Dinner with John and Marge (Hall) DuPrey at my mother’s condo with Larry Iwaki Jr PhD.
August 21, 2002 to September 2, 2002: I travelled to the Lake of the Ozarks with Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD for the Labor Day weekend in my white Toyota Tercell. August 2002: Party at the Plaza located at West Port Plaza with Randy St. Pierre, Deb St. Pierre, Sam Ponte, and Larry Iwaki Jr PhD. July 21, 2002: I met Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD at Starbucks in West Port Plaza. He was working at Cutting Edge Optronics in St. Charles, MO, where I had the chance to view the offices on the weekend at least two different times. It was Larry’s job to check the water supply to the laboratory. I saw the laboratory equipment “The Big Shiny” and walk through the clean room. There was a picture of Randy St. Pierre working with an early version of the lab equipment that he pioneered when working at Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Larry was hired into the EUV Laser Team.

  • May 16, 2001 throughout May 22, 2001: Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers Cobb-Jewish Community Center of San Francisco-Fitness Trainer, I visited her and Grant in San Francisco, CA; Karen and I stopped at Yosemite Park; I was working at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton; I told Chris Himstedt, Denny Bowen, Rhea Petty, and Don Cwiklowski about the trip plans.
  • Todd and Connie Holmes-Manager of Breve Expresso in Maryland Heights, MO: Maryland Heights Police-Regular Customers; Scotty, Mel Legget, Sheryl Morgan, and Micky Murphy.
  • Lou and Laura Helleny, Nadra Helleny, Anthony Johnson, Melissa Dann-Master’s Degree from Washington University (St. Louis).

May 1999 Lt. Julie Svotney, US Navywww.navy.com/navy/careers/healthcare/physician.html I talked to her concerning entering the Navy Medical Officer Program after completing my post baccalaureate premedical studies. This was while I was working at Hunter Engineering Company.

  • Physicians in St. Louis, MO: Dr. Troy Curry, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, Dr. Oscar Schwartz, Dr. J. Michael Hatlelid, Dr. Kevin Groth, D.M.D., Dr. Bari Golub, Dr. Thomas Fox, Carla Siegfried,O.D., Dr. Nillima Ghosh, Dr. Harvey E. Cantor, Dr. Gerald Wool, Dr. Nancy Williams, R. W. Rottler, O.D., Kochannin, O.D., DR. Felicitas Gatchilian, Dr. James A. Diestelhorst.
  • Sven Kyper (an Engineer) and my mother, Kathleen Ann Myers, were together.
  • 1999: Kathleen Colaianne (Cousin) and Matthew Wilson. I received a wedding invitation.
  • 1996: I attended, with Jim Johnson, the wedding for Laura Bauer and Louis Helleny at St. Joseph’s Church in Clayton, MO; including Nadra Helleny, Anthony Johnson.

Feb. 1996- April 1996 Kelly Temporary Services P.O. Box 14106 St. Louis, MO 63178www.kellyservices.com Basic Accounting, reconciling ledgers-Mercantile Bank of St. Louis. $7.00 per hour at 8.00 to 40.00 hours per week. The paychecks for the weeks of 2/11/1996–4/14/1996, the gross total pay was $1937.25.

Jan. 1996- Feb. 1996 Daystar Temporary Services St. Louis, MO.www.om5anddaystar.com Clients: Southwest Bank, Commercial Loans-T.E. Wilcox: On 1/24 and 1/25, $8.00 per hour, at 15.25 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 1/28/1996 for the amount of $122.00 gross pay. Monroe Equipment-Roxanne Loslo: $7.00 per hour at 22.75 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/4/1996 for the amount of $22.75 gross pay. York International: $7.50 per hour at 13.50 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/11/1996 for the amount of $104.00 gross pay.

Nov. 20, 1995- Jan. 31, 1996 First Bank, Inc. 11901 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–592–6812

My home address: Resided: 1993 throughout July 1995: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

www.firstbanks.com Financial Industry-Retail Banking James Dierberg, Kevin Wilson-Human Resources Cash Transaction Reporting Clerk A retail bank that serves the smaller communities with personal banking services and is affiliated with First Services, LLP.

  • Monitored the large cash transactions and reported any suspicious activity. Answering telephone calls with the Technical Help Desk.
  • Transfer from the prior job at First Services, LLP.
  • $17,000.00 per year, 40 hours per week.
  • Lisa (Keightley) Heying and Paul Heying-St. Louis, MO-Lisa Heying-First Bank in St. Louis, MO: Paul Heying-California Pizza Kitchen-Chef. I gave a reference for Lisa Heying to work at First Bank, Inc. when she was searching for a job to be hired at a branch bank as a teller..
  • Kelly (Keightley) Speth-Pastry Chef at Dierberg’s Grocery Stores, St. Louis, MO.

May 12, 1992-Nov. 15, 1995 First Services, LLP 1 First Missouri Drive Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–592–6812

My Home Address: Resided: 1992; Kathleen Ann Myers-biological mother, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *637 Highland Park Drive, Apartment E Chesterfield, Missouri 63017

My Home Address: Resided: 1993 throughout July 1996; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. *West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

www.firstbanks.com Financial Industry-Banking Operations James Dierberg, Kevin Wilson-Human Resources Central Information Department Clerk (CID Clerk) The support for First Bank, Inc. that includes ATM Department, the Computer Department, and the Central Information Department in the Operations Center and affiliated with First Bank, Inc. *Monique Dattilo — Lead for the CID Department. She interviewed and hired me.

  • Cash Transaction Reporting: Interest Rate Changes, Kiting Suspect Reports, Cash Management, Overdraft Reports, Cycle Code Changes, Government withholding requests, Money Market Activity, Large Item Reports, Reviewing IT reports after bank mergers. 40 hours per week. *Central Information Department Clerks: Lam Lund, Jill Holmes, Rosemary Hartog, Marie Cashman, Wendy Woemmel, and Dee Livers. Accounting Clerks: Jerry Ahrens. *I referred Lisa Keightley, from my high school — Parkway Central High School, to be hired as a teller at a branch bank.
  • $15,000.00 per year, 40 hours per week.

March 1994- May 1995 Art & Frame Outlet 924 Town & Country Commons Town & Country, MO 63017 Retail and Corporate-Limited Edition Prints and Picture Framing Jane M. Richter — Gallery Manager. *Counter Sales and Picture Framing in a retail shop. This was a second job for First Services, LLP. $6.50 per hour, approximately 10–18 hours per week.

  • 1995: Coleen Geary (Cousin)and John Stulfire, Lieutenant United States Navy. I received a wedding invitation.
  • 1994: Kimberly Mraz and Brian Geary (Cousin), Lieutenant Junior Grade, United States Navy. I received a wedding invitation.
  • July 2, 1994: I attended the weddings for Kelly Keightley and Joseph Speth. Jr., and Lisa Keightley and Paul Heying, Jr. The reception was at Lido Isle Yatch Club, 701 Via Lido Sound, Newport Beach, CA. Other attendees included Mike Kelly, Lisa Hammerle, John Keightley, Smitty, Janice McMillan, J. Robert Keightley and Joyce Norris.

March 18–19, 1994 Robert Half International, Office Team 12655 Olive Blvd, Suite 320 St. Louis, MO 63141 314–878–7535 www.officeteam.com Caroline J. Holtmeier-Division Director Basic Accounting at Client: EKI-Michael Dennis: 1850 Boreman Road, St. Louis, MO This was a second job for First Services, LLP. For the days dated 3/18 and 3/19, I worked at $6.00 per hour, a total of 10 hours for the amount of $60.00.

1991: Thomas John Mrazik: Boot-camp, D Co 1/28 Inf 2nd Platoon, Ft. Jackson, SC 29207.

  • Kevin Hennessey-lawyer, St. Louis, MO: MP in the Philippines-US Military: His father was an Air Force Pilot. Dan Davis-JrROTC- Military and later a St. Louis County Police Officer, Rob Hixen-JrROTC and Military, Dan Filey-Pilot, Tom Mrazik-JrROTC-US Marines-, UPS, and US Border Patrol Agent and pilot.

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1991 Shari Mulligan, Co. 222 South Bemiston Clayton, MO 63105 6820 Wildlife Road Malibu, CA 90265

When I met her at The Frame Factory as a customer of the store: My Permanent Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myer-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur, Saint Louis, Missouri 63114 My home telephone number (314) 576–6117

My Temporary Address 1988: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, with Robert Bruce Mrazik-brother, and Constance Schissler-Mrazik-sister-in-law. 6407 January Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

My Temporary Address 1989: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Robert Bruce Mrazik-brother, and Constance Schissler-Mrazik-sister-in-law. 5718 Southwest Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

My temporary Address 1990: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myer-my mother, and Terry Karras-Kathleen’s husband. 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 My home telephone number: (413) 928–4245

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; I rented an apartment by myself while working at Mercantile Bank. 956 Bates 2W Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

My Home Address Resided: March 1, 1991 throughout April 22, 1991; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, and Terry Karras-Kathy’s husband. 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303

My Home Address: Resided: 1991, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, (Kathy Myers divorced Terry Karras). 13487 Beaulac Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

Corporate-Picture Framing Shari Mulligan-Company Owner *Picture Framer and Delivery Person to include customer service for her clients. Clients: Paine-Webber-Ed Donnan and Carol Cassens, Libby Gannon *Picture Framing. This was always a second job. I met Shari Mulligan while working at The Frame Factory retail store in Creve Coeur, MO. Approximately $4.00 per hour cash.

Jan. 27- Feb. 17, 1991; Oct. 1–18, 1991
Robert Half International, Office Team 12655 Olive Blvd, Suite 320 St. Louis, MO 63141 314–878–7535 www.officeteam.com

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; I rented an apartment by myself while working at Mercantile Bank. 956 Bates 2W Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

My Home Address: Resided: 1991, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Kathleen Ann Myers, (Kathy Myers divorced Terry Karras). 13487 Beaulac Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

Caroline J. Holtmeier-Division Director Basic Accounting at Sacred Heart Program; 3900 Westminister Place, St. Louis, MO Client-Julia Hart. $5.00 per hour, 40.5 hours total. Final pay check stub dated weeks ending 10/1/1991–10/18/1991 for a total of $202.50 gross pay. Jan. 1991- Feb. 1991:$5.00 per hour, 34.00 hours total. Final pay check stubs dated for the weeks ending 1/27/1991–2/17/1991 for a total of $180.00 gross pay. (4 hours overtime at $7.50 per hour).

Aug. 29, 1991 Norrell Services, Inc. 911 Washington Avenue Lammert Bldg, Suite 220 St. Louis, MO 63101 Client: Abby Medical-Jim Wienerstedt; 500 South Ewing, St. Louis, MO 63101 $4.50 per hour, 6.50 total hours. Paycheck stub dated in the week ending 8/29/1991 for the amount of $29.25.

June 1991 Western Technical Services, Inc. 230 N. Wiget Lane Walnut Creek, CA 94598 St. Louis, MO temporary work. $5.61 per hour, 4.50 total hours. Paycheck stub in the week ending 6/22/1991 for the amount of $20.25. Other assignments for a total of $79.88 gross pay.

April 3, 1991 — April 30, 1991 Phoenix Textile Corporation 21 Commerce Drive O’Fallon, MO 63366 314–291–2151

My Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother (and her then husband Terry Karras), Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: March 1, 1991 throughout April 22, 1991 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 Home Telephone Number: (314) 928–4245

My Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: 1991 13487 Beaulac Creve Coeur, Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

www.phoenixtextile.com Health Care Industry-Supplier of Textile Goods for Hospitals *Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to the company after she read about the company owner in an article published in the St. Louis Business Journal. *Drapery Clerk. $5.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending from 4/3/1991–4/30/1991.

Feb. 24, 1991- March 24, 1991 Remedy-Mid America Placement Creve Coeur, MO. $5.00 per hour, 51.75 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 2/24/1991–3/24/1991.

Feb. 21, 1991- March 29, 1991 Snelling Temporaries 111 South Bemiston, Suite 107 Clayton, MO 63105 314–862–2727 www.snelling.com Clients: Chet Baker Prod; 8029 Forsyth, St. Louis, MO. Client: Tracy Diaz. $5.25 per hour, 1.0 hours total on 2/21/1991. Paycheck stub for $5.25 gross pay. Best Foods: 1415 Elbridge Road, St. Louis, MO. Client: Cathy Haliburton. $5.50 per hour, 71.25 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 3/8/1991–3/29/1991 gross pay for $391.88.

Feb. 13, 1991 Total Employment Services, Inc. 500 Northwest Plaza, Ste 513 St. Ann, MO 63074 Client-Nancy Myersaugh. $5.00 per hour, 9.5 hours total on 2/13/1991. Paycheck stub for $46.30.

Sept. 1990- Feb. 1991 Mercantile Card Services, Inc. Mercantile Bank of St. Louis N.A. Mercantile Bancorporation 8th and Locust Streets St. Louis, MO 63166

My Temporary Home Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother (and her then husband-Terry Karras), Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *Resided: September 1, 1990 throughout October 31, 1990 2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303

My Home Address: Resided: November 1, 1990 throughout March 1, 1991; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *956 Bates, Apartment 2W South Saint Louis, Missouri 63111–2120

Corporate Offices-Financial Industry *I was interviewed and hired by Irene McCallister — Human Resources, Sheila Dewell — Credit Card Services Manager; Sherry Womack-lead. *Joyce Motherway, from the Frame Factory, gave a recommendation and assisted me in getting hired at this company. *Credit Card Customer Service Representative in a call center setting to include viewing consumer reports, reviewing the terms and conditions of the credit card agreements.
*Approximately $16,120 per year, 40 hours per week. This bank was located in downtown St. Louis near Cass Bank & Trust.

Sept. 1, 1990 — Sept. 9, 1990 Temporaries of St. Louis, Inc. DBA B. Loehr Temporaries P.O. Box 1388 St. Louis, MO 63188–1388 $4.70 per hour, 24.00 hours, Pay check stub dated 9/9/1990.

  • Paul DeHart-Architect, Sunset Hills, MO.

Aug. 15, 1990 — Aug. 18, 1990 Western Temporary Services, Inc. 230 N. Wiget Lane Walnut Creek, CA 94589 St. Louis, MO Temporary work. $5.50 per hour, 13.25 hours. Pay check stub dated 8/18/1990.

Dec. 1989- Sept. 1990 Crystal Lion Galleries Vanguard-Lion Associates 12105 Manchester Road St. Louis, MO 63131 14505 Manchester Road Ballwin, MO 63011

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

My Temporary Address with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother and her then husband-Terry Karras: Resided: September 1, 1990 throughout October 31, 1990; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *2910 Diekamp Farm Trail Saint Charles, Missouri 63303 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 928–4245

*Retail-Art Gallery, Limited Edition Prints, Gifts, and Picture Framing

  • One of the retail stores located near S&B Oyster Company. *Joyce Motherway, from the Frame Factory, assisted me in getting hired at this company. *Picture Framing and Counter Sales. $6.00 per hour, 15–38 hours per week.

Oct. 1989- Nov. 1989 Prints Charming Inc. 1145 St. Louis Galleria Richmond Heights, MO 63117

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

*Corporate and Retail-Art Gallery, Limited Edition Prints, Gifts, and Picture Framing *Corporate Picture Framing Sales.
*Mrs. Phelan-Co-Worker and attended John Burroughs School with my sister-Karen Ann Myers, Marina Galinski. I assisted Marina Galinski with obtaining a job at this company. *Approximately $14,000 per year, 40 hours per week.

July 1986- Sept. 1989 Frame Factory, Inc. 32 Worthington Drive Maryland Heights, MO 63043

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), (and her then husband-Terry Karras), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number (314) 576–6112

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: Early 1988 6407 January Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

My Temporary Address with Robert Bruce Mrazik-my biological brother and Constance Schissler, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Marina Galinski. *Resided: Early 1989 throughout August 31, 1990 5718 Southwest Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63139–1606

Retail and Corporate-Picture Framing and Limited Edition Prints *Carolyn Mandelman-Company Owner; Janet Horner-Director of Retail Operations, Karen Coburn-Creve Coeur Retail Store Manager, Tabby Quarles, Pat Fischer, Joyce Motherway, Maggie Carl, Marina Galinski. *Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to Karen Coburn when the store was hiring. *Picture Framer and Retail Sales in the Creve Coeur retail store location. Cashier, Customer Service, Instructing customers on picture framing assembly in a workshop atmosphere after selling the product to their satisfaction.

  • I worked 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis; $3.35 per hour beginning wage-$3.85 per hour ending wage.
  • Richard D. Denison, Richard Moore, M.D.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers-My mother worked at Sheahan Financial Company located at 135 N. Meramec, Clayton, MO 63124 and Cass Bank and Trust located in downtown St. Louis, MO. She attended Washington University (St. Louis) Law School for 2 years and then attended Webster University for her Master Degree in Finance. Kathleen Ann Myers and Terry Karras were married at this time. Terry Karras is an architect.
  • 1988: I was invited to attend the wedding for J. Robert Keightley and Joyce Norris at the Ladue Chapel located at 9450 Clayton Road, St. Louis, MO 63124.
  • By 1986: I was told that I could no longer live at home and had to find a place to live. This was due in large part to the fact that my mother was no longer married to Thomas Howard Cobb and was married to Terry Karras.
  • July 19, 1986: I attended the wedding for John Keightley III and Lynlea Hall at the Kirkwood Baptist Church in Kirkwood, MO. I was the scripture reader. The dinner was at The Missouri Athletic Club.

Feb. 1986- March 1986 July 1986- Aug. 1986 Piece of the Pie, Inc. Retail-Pizza Restaurant Feb. 1986- March 1986 Ward Parkway Mall, Kansas City, MO. July 1986- Aug. 1986 Chesterfield Mall, Chesterfield, MO.

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987; as a transfer student at UM-Kansas City, with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

Temporary Address while Attending the University of Missouri — Kansas City as a transfer student to live with Karen Ann Myers-my biological sister: Resided: August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lynette Isles, and Karen Ann Myers. *4309 Jarboe Lane, Apartment 1N Kansas City, Missouri 63111

*Restaurant Counter Sales, Cashier and Customer Service at the local shopping mall. A job while attending college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour, 10–15 hours per week.

Aug. 1983-Sept. 1984 Lee-Jung Cleaners DBA Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners 12804 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 314–434–6572 Retail-Dry Cleaners Mr. Lee-Store Owner

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

*Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, as a customer of the dry cleaners, introduced me to Mr. Lee when she saw that he was hiring. In 1984, a memorial service was held for Thomas Howard Cobb. *Cashier and counter customer service. 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour.

  • March 1984: I visited Kelly Keightley at The Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY 12538 with Lisa Keightley and John Keightley. Dinner on 3/28/1984 at The American Bounty Kitchen. I met Allen M. Hendricks and Bob DeFay.

Aug. 1983 Consolidated Grain & Barge Co. CGB Enterprises, Inc. P. O. Box 249 Mandeville, LA 70470–0249 985–867–3500 www.cgb.com River Transportation-Corporate Offices

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141

*Administrative Office Work as a temporary for one day. Employees: Ben Uchatel, Kathleen Ann Myers. I attended Maryland Grade School in Clayton, MO with Ben Uchatel’s daughter.
*Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, introduced me to Ben Uchatel, who she directly reported to at this company, to work for him. Check stub dated 8/30/1983 $34.00.

Approximately 1983 K and L Catering St. Peters, MO Event Services-Catering for weddings Kelly (Keightley) Speth and Lisa (Keightley) Heying — Owners 636–294–4976

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb..

*12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

*Catering and serving for special events. I worked with Kelly Keightley and Mary O’Neal. I attended Parkway Central High School with Kelly, Mary, and Lisa. This was cash pay. I do not have my records.

Approximately 1983 Stillwaters, LLC 311 Bluebird Drive Goodlettsville, TN 37072–2303 615–851–4884 Ladue, Missouri.

My Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr.; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 My home telephone number: (314) 576–6112.

John Keightley and Smitty-General Contractors for residential driveway resurfacing.
*That target market was homes in the Ladue and Chesterfield area. Lisa Keightley and I drove to the area homes placing advertisements for the business in the mailboxes; I believe that balloons were made with the logo “Smitty Did It” to be tied to the mailboxes.

Work While Attending Parkway Central High School I was a babysitter for the neighborhood parents and shovelled snow from the neighbor’s drive way.

VOLUNTEER WORK

May 9, 2005-July 18, 2005 The Epilepsy Foundation: Greater Los Angeles 5777 W. Century Blvd., Suite 820 Los Angeles, CA 90045 310–670–2870www.epilepsyfoundationgla.org Susan Pietsch Escueta MPH-Executive Director, Guadalupe Corral-Leyva, Nancy Padilla, Raycene Coleman, Lupe Martinez, Marylynn. Volunteer Intern

  • Includes security clearance to be completed by the DOJ/FBI. The original paperwork signed by myself for the security clearance and sent by mail to the Epilepsy Foundation on April 4, 2005 was never processed. Guadalupe Corral-Leyva has the paperwork for the security clearance on file.
  • Office work includes: summarizing market surveys; organizing historical photos, mailing promotional brochures, and typing a Speakers Bureau Manual.
  • Part-time two and one half month internship; two days per week, five hours per day. Total estimated hours served as of 7/18/2005 is 89 hours and 35 minutes. Letter documenting the hours served is pending from Susan Pietsch Escueta.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from May 2004 throughout November 2005 with Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Westview Apartments Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Blvd., Apt. 16 Redondo Beach, CA 90278

Nov. 2004 UCLA Medical Center, Volunteer Services 10833 Le Conte Avenue, 12–217 CHS Los Angeles, CA 90095–1728 www.uclahealth.org/homepage_site.cfm?id=11Torill C. Harper-Volunteer Coordinator 310–794–4736 Occupational Health Facility 200 UCLA Medical Plaza, Suite 224 Los Angeles, CA 90095–6926 310–825–6771 Volunteer Volunteer Worker-Torrill Harper gave the name for Maria Etchapare-Clinical Research Nurse in the NPI Center. The immunization shots are on file with The Occupational Health Facility.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from May 2004 throughout November 2005 with Lawrence K. Iwaki Jr., PhD. Westview Apartments Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Blvd., Apt. 16 Redondo Beach, CA 90278

1998–1999 SSM DePaul Health Center 12303 DePaul Drive Bridgeton, MO 63044www.ssmhealth.com/depaul Barbara Toulster-Volunteer Services Char Langfield, R.N.-Employee Health Nurse 314–344–6000 Volunteer: Emergency Room: A hospital serving St. Louis County.

  • Volunteered 67 hours in the Emergency Room in the evenings and weekends.
  • 1998: The hours served as of 7/15/1998 is 11.50 hours. 1999: The hours served as of 7/17/1999 is 29.25 hours; the previous hours served is 37.75 hours; the total hours served are 67.00 hours. Two letters are on file documenting the hours served at DePaul Hospital.
  • I completed the volunteer work while I was working full time at Hunter Engineering Company.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from July 1995 throughout February 2000.; with Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive Apt. C Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Approximately May 1994 St. John’s Hospital/St. Lukes Hospital 232 South Woods Mill Rd Chesterfield, MO 63017 314–434–1500 www.stlukes-stl.com Volunteer Volunteer in the Emergency Room. Completed while working at First Services LLP in Creve Coeur,MO.

My Permanent Home Address: I resided there from 1993 throughout July 1995; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 2021 Tavel Court Apt. D Maryland Heights, MO 63146

Jury Duty

June 7, 2017 The Superior Court of California Inglewood Courthouse 4th Floor, Room 404 1 Regent Street Inglewood, California 90301 Jury Duty My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

May 1, 2017 The Superior Court of California County of Los Angeles Inglewood Courthouse 1 Regent Street, Room 404 Inglewood, California 90301 www.lacourt.orgJury Duty My Permanent Address: Resided: April 13, 2017 to current; Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Karen Ann Myers. *Eaves Cerritos Apartments 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125 Artesia, California 907091–5549

Oct. 25, 2006 The Superior Court of California County of San Diego, CA 325 S. Melrose Drive Vista, CA 92083 619–236–2677 www.sdcourt.ca.gov Jury Services; Judge Haas. I was not selected for jury duty, due to this would pose a hardship while employed at Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.

My Permanent Address: Resided: December 28, 2005 throughout May 18, 2007, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik; Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. Silver Oak Apartments (760) 547–7733 *513 Canyon Drive, Apartment 17 Oceanside, California 92054 My Telephone Numbers: Home (760) 754–1892, Mobile (310) 683–9584, Backup Mobile Telephone Number (310) 683–9825.

March 14, 2005 The Superior Court of California Office of the Jury Commissioner County of Los Angeles, State of California Los Angeles, CA 90053–0298 213–974–5805www.lasuperiorcourt.org Jury Duty: Jury Assembly Room-P. Nguyen

My Permanent Address: Resided: May 1, 2004 throughout November 8, 2005: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. *Westview Apartments- Carrie Devoigne-Apartment Manager 2704 Aviation Boulevard, Apartment 16 Redondo Beach, California 90278 My Home Telephone Number (310) 379–1580, Mobile Telephone Number (310) 465–5220, My Old Mobile Telephone Number (636) 485–0410.

Approximately Oct. 5, 2001 United States District Court Eastern District Of Missouri 111 South 10th Street Saint Louis, MO 63102 314–244–7855 www.moed.uscourts.govGroup A; I was not selected for Jury Duty. This was while I was employed at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, MO.

My Home Address: Resided: July 1995 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146

My Permanent Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights, Missouri 63146 My Telephone Numbers: Home (314) 576–5847, My First Mobile Telephone bought by Lawrence K. Iwaki, Jr., PhD. (636) 485–0410.

EDUCATION Funding for my education: I worked my way through college and without funding or support from my family. I also secured Federally funded student loans. I accomplished this on my own initiative.

College: 1983–1988 and 1996–2003

1996–2003 University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117 www.umsl.edu 1996–2003: Post Baccalaureate Premedical Classes.

Permanent Home Address: Resided: February 1, 2000 throughout May 22, 2003: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik. *West Pointe Apartments 1922 Western Cape Drive, Apartment D Maryland Heights-Saint Louis, Missouri 63146

Resided: July 1996 throughout February 1, 2000: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Jim Johnson. *West Pointe Apartments 2081 Chablis Drive, Apartment C Maryland Heights-Saint Louis, Missouri 63146

  • GPA is 3.123 on a 4.0 grade point scale (this include only the grades from 1996–2003 and not from the Bachelor’s degree in 1988).
  • Total Credits Earned: Based on a semester: 44 credit hours.
  • Advisor: Harvey P. Friedman, Ph.D.-Pre-Health Professions Advisor/College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Classes include: Physics 011&012-Mary Leopold, Ph.D.; Biology 011&012-L. Friedman, Ph.D. and James Trager, Ph.D.; General Chemistry 011&012-Dr. Gutwieler, Dr. Dence, and Dr. Sterns; Organic Chemistry 261-Dr. Mannino; General Psychology 003- Dr. Marti Bonne; Calculus 100-R.J. Kashuba; Trigonometry-Mr. Mike Hsu.
  • Labs were taken with:Physics-Gabor Balzsi, Wentao Qin, and Dr. Lucy He; Biology-Kristine Motherhead, Dr. Mariette Baxendale, and Diego Perez-Salic; General Chemistry-Gary Nichols and Donna Kramer; Calculus-Al Stanger.
  • Labs were taken with:Physics-Gabor Balzsi, Wentao Qin, and Dr. Lucy He; Biology-Kristine Motherhead, Dr. Mariette Baxendale, and Diego Perez-Salic; General Chemistry-Gary Nichols and Donna Kramer; Calculus-Al Stanger.
  • I completed these classes while working full time at Hunter Engineering Company. *Biology: Constance Cafazza, Marcy Hammerle, Bruce Kelly, Mari Burk, Toby Lauer, Nicole Davis, Laura Schulte. Physics: Scott Larson, Lea Claycomb, Kim Jackman, Pat Rauscher, Sima Patel, Rachel Hammersmith, Troy Schumacher, Joyce Balls, Ling Tjoeng.

1983–1988 University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117

University of Missouri-Kansas City (August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986-transfer student) 5100 Rockhill Rd, Kansas City, MO 64110 www.umsl.edu; www.umkc.edu

Temporary Home Address: Resided: Early 1988 throughout August 1988 with Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Marina Galinski, and Constance Schissler. 6407 January Avenue South Saint Louis, Missouri 63109

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August, 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri 63141 Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

Temporary Address while Attending the University of Missouri — Kansas City as a transfer student to live with Karen Ann Myers-my biological sister. *Resided: August 15, 1985 throughout July 15, 1986 Karen Ann Myers, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Lynette Isles -UMKC Medical Student. 4309 Jarboe Lane, Apartment 1N Kansas City, Missouri 63111 August 7 1988: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration/Marketing:Minor in Art History

  • GPA is 2.453 on a 4.0 grade point scale.
  • Total Credits Earned: Based on a Semester: 139 credit hours.
  • Member of the American Marketing Association.
  • Business Administration: Mr. David P. Gustafson-Business Policy, Ms. Ottilla Voegtli-Marketing Management, Buyer Behavior, Business Administration Problems; Mr. David Bird-Business Data Processing; Ms. Donna Rosenberg-Fundamentals of Production; Mr. T. Fuhrman-Financial Management; Ms. Sally MacAdoo-Business Writing; Mr. Probir Ror, Ph.D.-QA Business Analysis; Legal Environment to Business; Basic Marketing; Management as a Behavioral Science; Management of Promotion; Marketing Intelligence.
  • Sciences: Cosmic Evolution/Introduction to Astronomy, General Biology, Introduction to Sociology.
  • Math: Algebra, Finite Mathematics, Elementary Statistics, Intermediate Statistics.
  • Accounting: Principles of Accounting, Managerial Accounting.
  • Economics: Principles of Microeconomics, Introduction to Economics, Ms. Willadee Gillin and Ms. YueQui Huang-GTA-Macroeconomic Analysis; Mr. David Hakes-Money and Banking.
  • Literature: Mr. J. Spatz-Introduction to British Literature, Literary Types, Freshman Composition, Literature and Fine Arts.
  • Art History: Mr. T. Pickerel-Introduction to Art; Mr. Ken Anderson-Primitive/Tribal Arts; Foundation Drawing; Dr. Heldman-Greek Art and Archeology; Art Masterpieces; Modern Art.
  • Anthropology: Dr. Van Reidhead-World Prehistory, Human Origins.
  • History/Political Science:American Civilization-Helen Ruhrwein, Crime and Punishment, Public Administration.
  • Completed the classes while working at Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners, Piece of the Pie, Inc., and The Frame Factory. *Because Kathy Myers, my mother, and Tom Cobb, my step-father, insisted on a college degree I attended the University of Missouri-St. Louis. In 1984, a memorial service was held for Thomas Howard Cobb.

People that I knew at this time period:University of Missouri-Kansas City-Medical Program: Doug Aach, Joel Aach, Lynette Isles, Beth Blitstein, Gnesh, Diane Voss, Karen (Mrazik) Myers Cobb. John Burroughs II, Dan Francescon, Dave Laschober.

  • Thomas John Mrazik-Parks College, St. Louis University. I believe that he received his Bachelor’s Degree.
  • Robert Bruce Mrazik-University of Missouri-St. Louis: Business-3 years.
  • Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers Cobb-She received her medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. It was years later that she added “Cobb” to her last name.

1978–1983 Parkway Central Junior and Senior High School 369 North Woods Mill Road Chesterfield, MO 63017 Lawrence Giles-Principal www.pkwy.k12.mo.us

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1978 throughout August, 1987 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr., Larry Dupin; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb; David Dudlebaughn. *12907 Nimes Drive Creve Coeur-Saint Louis, Missouri, 63141 Home Telephone Number: (314) 576–6112

  • GPA is 3.480 on a 4.0 grade point scale
  • Earth Sciences-Kestle-Vemmer, Physical Sciences-Wood, Biology, Psychology- Mr. Rayburn, Chemistry-Mrs. Wanner, Advanced Biology-Mr. Schumate.
  • Honors English-Mrs. Ziwot, Latin-Mrs. Doering and Mr. St. Clair, English-Mrs. Helfrich and Mr. Helfrich, Composition-Boyle, English Literature-Mr. Beck.
  • Pre Algebra-Mrs. Sanford, Algebra-Mr. Disterhauf, Unified Geometry and Math Analysis-Mr. Fusch, Algebra II-Trig-Mrs. Lynam.
  • Modern American History-Mr. Gallo; Middle East Studies-Mrs. Kraus; Shaping Western Society-Sullivan; US Government-Mr. Gannon.
  • Art-Mrs. Preusse, Drawing and Painting-Mrs. Davis.
  • Extra curricular activities: Track-Mr. William A. Sodeman, Model UN Club (International Club), National Junior Honor Society 1979–1980. *Because Tom Cobb, my step-father, moved his life insurance company offices from Clayton, MO to Creve Coeur, MO, I attended Parkway Central Junior and High School. Tom Cobb attended some of my high school track meets. Kathy Myers and Tom Cobb attended my high school graduation; Richard Mrazik did not attend.

People that I knew at this time *Kelly Ring, Mary O’Neal, Mary Kim, Tamara Kay Marks, Shanta Mac, Shao Lei, Kim Nance, Denise Kohner, Lisa Bender, Melissa Koven, Anne Rosenthal, Carla Siegfried, Vickie Hendrix, Dan LaBeau, Mat Dierberg, Marshal Silverman, Ken Safran, Doug Rudman, Keith Berg, Mark Kraus, Lee Witt, Scott Bakunus, Greg Berg, Mike Mushlin, Vincent Buckley, Craig Lackey, Neal Honickman, Beth Cordry, Chuck Rohrer, Rod Viehland, GeGe Hantz, Joel Aach, Doug Aach, Brian Flachsbart, Ken Fagin, Cindy Sobo, Rob English, Tom Kuefler, Jay Lazaroff, Alysa Slay, Ann Gain, Holly Schainker, Kathy Bomze, Jill Thompson, Amy Goldman, Karen May, David Gross, Vickie Grubb, Mary Youngblood, Eli Weiss, Ron Kassoff, Rob Gruebert, Doug Schneider, Bobby Barnes, Lisa Masters, Alicia Wilfong, Marc Kabak, Wendy Kaines, George Goode, Amy States, Susie Liebovitch, Dan O’leary, Janie Belcher, Marla Mayer, Donna Auld, Leslie Kohn, Brad Fink, Scott Chervitz, Molly McSkimming, Lisa Riojas, Vicki Walton, Beth Gundacker, Brent Hoffman, Richard Smith, Ellen Rosengarten, Diane Martin, Vicki Baumgarten, Andy Palens, Jennifer Weist, David Lanson, Suzane Glazer Fannin, Steve Larson, Brian Lieberman, Tina Crawford, Marcia Day, David Grazman, Patsy Duncan, Laura Horstman, Mark Balbas, Tracy Joe Katz, Laura Malt, Betsy Bournstein, Erich Keister, Eric Reinsfelder, Laura Robb, Margie Leith, Conrad Goode, Nancy B. Fox. Vicki Mathei Kunkel, Meg Turpin. Janine McCall, Robyn Pass, Bradley Alan Schultz, Stephanie Kusmer. Lori Heintz, Jenny Graves. Mark Schenberg, Brian Button, Maria Cavallini. Susan Polinski, Boyd Weinstein, Lee Witt, Deanna Barch, Melanie Sisi Morose. Greg Camp. Kelly Keightley, Lisa Keightley, John Keightley, III.

  • Kathleen Ann Myers worked at Consolidated Grain and Barge located in St. Louis, MO. She attended Webster University for her undergraduate degree. My step-father, Thomas Howard Cobb was an Insurance Agent with Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.
  • Family associates: Charlotte Mussellman, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, Marcie Spieler, Bob and Janet Frane, Mr. and Mrs. Tate, Hadley, Mrs. Bausch, Mrs. Simms, Mr. and Mrs. Kohner.

1976–1978 St. Thomas the Apostle Grade School 3350 St. Catherine Street Florissant, MO 63033 Rev. Burke-Pastor Sr. Joan Galli, CSJ-Principal-1977 Sr. Margaret Brennan, CSJ-Principal-1976 1977–1978: Grade 7: Mrs. Dell’Orco 1976–1978: Grade 6: Mrs. C. Hanses

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1976 throughout June 15, 1978 with Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, and Thomas Howard Cobb-my step-father (memorial service on March of 1984), Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik, Larry Iwaki, Jr., Larry Dupin; David Cobb, Dolly Griffin, Suzi Cobb; David Dudlebaughn. (The house was occupied previously by Thomas Howard Cobb and Pat Turmo-his previous wife.) *690 Stafford Lane Florissant-Saint Louis, Missouri 63033

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, married Tom Cobb, my step-father, and moved into his house in Florissant, MO I attended St. Thomas the Apostle Grade School. People that I knew at this time:

  • Ruth MacGinnis, Todd Zimmerman, Dan Blomgren, Virginia Rottler, Jane Dunn, Eileen Bugnitz.
  • Karen Ann (Mrazik) Myers-My sister attended John Burroughs School. This was when Karen changed her last name from Mrazik to Myers. She also was known with the first name “Kerry.”GeGe Hantz and Mark Yap.
  • Robert Bruce Mrazik-My brother attended County Day School, Kenny Sunnenschien.
  • Thomas John Mrazik-My brother attended St. Thomas The Apostle School, Country Day School, and Jr. ROTC.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers-my mother worked at General Dynamics and my step-father, Thomas Howard Cobb worked as an Insurance Agent at Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.
  • David and Dolly Cobb; Suzy (Cobb) and Dan Passerella. David and Suzy were my step-brother and step-sister. I was the flower girl in Suzy and Dan’s wedding at Laumier Sculpture Park. Dan Passerella works at Sysco Food Company.

1974–1976 Maryland Grade School The School District of Clayton Clayton, MO 63105www.clayton.k12.mo.us/clayton Dr. E. H. Mueller-Principal 1975–1976: Grade 5: Carolyn Hackman 1974–1975: Grade 4: Mrs. K. Norris

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1974 throughout June 15, 1976: Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Karen Ann Myers (Mrazik), Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *100 North Bemiston Clayton-Saint Louis, Missouri 63105

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, met Tom Cobb and he found a house for her to rent close to General Dynamics and his life insurance company office, I attended Maryland Grade School. *Karen Ann Myers and Robert Bruce Mrazik attended Maryland Grade School and then Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, Missouri. People that I knew at this time:

  • Melanie Gurley, Karen-next door neighbor, Susan Uchatel.
  • Kathleen Ann Myers, my mother, worked at General Dynamics located in Clayton, MO and married Thomas Howard Cobb, an Insurance Agent with Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company.

1971–1974 McGrath Grade School Brentwood Public Schools 1775 Parkridge Avenue Brentwood, MO 63144 www.brentwood.k12.mo.us Mr. E. Renfroe-Principal 1973–1974: Grade 3: Michelle Costello 1972–1973: Grade 2: Ms. Karen Kuester 1971–1972: Grade 1: Gladys Barlow

Permanent Home Address: Resided: June 15, 1971 throughout June 15, 1974: Kathleen Ann Myers-my biological mother, Karen Ann Mrazik (Myers), Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, Thomas John Mrazik. *1606 Oriole Drive, Apartment ? Brentwood-Saint Louis, Missouri, 63144

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, was a single parent of four children and working at General Dynamics, she rented an apartment in Brentwood, MO.

  • Rosemary M. Mrazik-First Communion-St. Francis Xavier Church: attended by my mother (Kathleen Ann Myers) and my future step-father (Thomas Howard Cobb). Linda Grey, Linda Agnew, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, and Charlotte Musselman. Other family associates: Susan Van Doren; Bob and Janet Frane.

Family History

My family history is on the following websites:

*Because Kathy Myers, my mother, was a single parent of four children and working at General Dynamics, she rented an apartment in Brentwood, MO.

  • Rosemary M. Mrazik-First Communion-St. Francis Xavier Church: attended by my mother (Kathleen Ann Myers) and my future step-father (Thomas Howard Cobb). Linda Grey, Linda Agnew, Dr. Lauretta Roberts, and Charlotte Musselman. Other family associates: Susan Van Doren; Bob and Janet Frane.

Family History

My family history is on the following websites: MyHeritage.com, FindMyPast.com, Geni.com, FamilySearch.org, MyFamily.com, FamilyTreeNow.com, Ancestry.com, JewishGen.org.

  • March 7, 1943: Kathleen Ann Myers, mother, was born in Braddock, PA and attended St. Thomas District High School in Braddock; Irish and English-American. She worked at a bakery in Braddock, PA, approximately 1972 to 1976 General Dynamics in Clayton, MO; worked on the Bill Simon political campaign; Sheahan Financial in Clayton, MO, 1976 to 1983; Consolidated Grain and Barge in St. Louis City, 1986 to 1989; Cass Bank and Trust in St. Louis City. Kathy Myers, my mother, met Tom Cobb while working at General Dynamics and he was working in the same building as a life insurance agent in Clayton, MO. Kathy married Thomas Howard Cobb approximately 1976 and we moved to his house in Florissant, MO. Because of Tom Cobb, Kathy Myers received her Bachelors and Masters in Finance from Webster University. She attended Washington University in St. Louis for Law School. Kathy’s sisters in Braddock, PA are Rosemary and Margaret. Rosemary Myers married Don Geary; children are Colleen and Brian. Colleen Geary married John Stulfire Lieutenant United States Navy. Brian Geary — Lieutenant Junior Grade United States Navy, married Kimberly Mraz. Margaret Myers married Don Colaianne; children are Michael (married Florance Biscarus-French) and Kathy. Kathy’s cousin in Braddock, PA is Sara Szydlik; Sara married Don Szydlik; children are Todd; Daine Sabow Szydlik-George Mason University. Cpl Philip Leddon — World War II Veteran, United States Army, 89th Infantry Division BMSG; Dylan Leddon — United States Marine Corps. John DuPrey — retired from the United States Air Force, married to Margaret Hall (Kathy’s cousin); the children are Molly and Mark DuPrey-project manager at IBM. Kathy — Catholic. The children of Kathleen Ann Myers and Richard Ralph Mrazik: Karen Ann Myers, Robert Bruce Mrazik, Rosemary Margaret Mrazik, and Thomas John Mrazik. Kathleen Ann Myers’ past husbands: Richard Ralph Mrazik, Mr. Fowler, Thomas Howard Cobb, and Terry Karras. Linda Allendorf, Missy Brown Fischer’s mother and Kathleen Myers cousin. My mother’s cousins and other relations in Pittsburgh, PA, Ohio, and Florida: Thomas Wilson, Warren Riffle, Marilyn Hall, Judy Miller Kopecky, Christine Leddon, John Leddon, Mary Hall, Connie Nahalka, Rosanna Riffle, Phil Leddon- Blairsville Senior High School, Arthur Leddon, Lori Rainey Leddon, Rosanna Riffle, Anna Stulfire, Krystal Lane-Mrazik, April Leddon-Kerchner, Mary Pat Gribbin Hirschfield-Churchill Area High School in Pittsburgh, PA..

*Thomas Howard Cobb, Step-father, was from Kansas City, MO. His father attended medical school in Kansas City, MO. He worked as an Life Insurance Agent at Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company in Clayton, MO where he met my mother at General Dynamics. He married my mother, Kathy, in 1976 and he moved us into his house in Florissant, MO. Tom Cobb moved his life insurance offices from Clayton, MO to Creve Coeur, MO. I think that he was in the Merchant Marines. Memorial service for him was in 1984. Protestant. The children of Thomas Howard Cobb and Elaine Long: David Cobb and Suzi Cobb; Thomas Howard Cobb’s sister’s son is David Dudlebaughn. Thomas Howard Cobb’s past wives: Elaine Long, Pat Turmo, and Kathleen Ann Myers.

*Richard Ralph Mrazik, biological-father, was born in Braddock, PA; Hungarian or Czechoslovakian-American. He worked for McDonnell Douglas approximately from 1961 to his retirement as a maintainability engineer in St. Louis; he was in Vietnam War working for McDonnell Douglas. He has a high school diploma from Braddock, PA. I do not know the names of Richard Mrazik’s parents; his brother’s name is Kenny; both Richard and Kenny Mrazik are first generation; his parents immigrated from Hungary. Richard married and divorced my mother, Kathy, 1961–1968. Children with Kathy: Karen, Bob, Rosemary, and Tom. Rich Mrazik married Nancy Boehler and had Bill and Jim Mrazik. Richard Mrazik had his marriage with Kathy Myers annulled approximately 1990. Nancy is from Alton, IL and attended high school. Nancy Boehler’s children prior to Richard: Janice, Linda, and Sandy. Richard is Catholic.

  • July 23, 1962: Karen Ann Mrazik, sister, was born in Columbus, OH. My sister changed her last name from Mrazik to Myers. She later added the last name of Cobb. Because of Tom Cobb (my step-father), Karen attended Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, MO, John Burroughs School, the University of Missouri-Kansas City for her medical degree, and completed her internship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri. Karen never took or passed the board certification test to become a physician; she has decided not to take the board certification tests to be a physician. While in high school, she worked at her high school (John Burroughs School) during the summers and as a waitress at Wagon Wheel Resort in Door County, WI with Bob and several of her high school classmates. After college, she worked at the Jewish Community Center of Chicago and San Francisco — Fitness Trainer, volunteered at the Los Angeles Veterans Administration, and currently works at UCLA — Fitness Trainer. Karen Married John Nadalin; John Nadalin was deployed in the Vietnam War. John Nadalin’s children from a prior marriage: Donald and Michelle.
  • September 4, 1963: Robert Bruce Mrazik, brother, was born in Columbus, OH. Bob attended Wydown Junior High School in Clayton, MO, Country Day School, two years at University of Missouri-St. Louis. While in high school, he worked during the summers at Wagon Wheel Resort in Door County, WI with Karen, mowed the neighbors’ lawns and shovelled snow from the neighbors’ drive ways. During college, he worked at Walgreens. He is an electrician. Bob Mrazik married Constance Schissler. Bob and Connie’s children: Nick, Sam, Alex, Katie, Andrew, Miles, Grace, Ryan, and Zach.
  • June 4, 1965: Rosemary Margaret Mrazik was born in St. Charles, MO. Baptism at St. Sabina Church in Florissant, MO 63031; the sponsors were James Hall and Janet Myers. My First Communion-St. Francis Xavier Church: attended by my mother (Kathleen Ann Myers) and my future step-father (Thomas Howard Cobb).
  • September 8, 1966: Thomas John Mrazik, brother, was born in Sumpter, SC. Tom attended Country Day School, Parkway Central High School, then JrROTC school. He graduated from Parks College in Illinois (St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO) with a pilot’s license and a Bachelor’s degree. While in high school, he mowed the neighbors’ lawns and shovelled snow from the neighbors’ drive ways. He worked as a school bus driver while in college, at United Parcel Service (UPS), joined the US Marines in the US Marine Corp Reserves, and is a Border Patrol Agent and pilot with the US Customs and Border Protection. Tom married Annette Connell. Tom and Annette’s children: Tom, Jr. and Sara. Annette Connell’s children from a prior marriage: Jessica and Jared. Officer Dan Davis, St. Louis County Police Department, Clayton, MO 63306. 314–615–5380. 1991: Thomas John Mrazik: Boot-camp, D Co 1/28 Inf 2nd Platoon, Ft. Jackson, SC 29207. Kevin Hennessey-lawyer, St. Louis, MO: MP in the Philippines-US Military: His father was an Air Force Pilot. Dan Davis-JrROTC- Military and later a St. Louis County Police Officer, Rob Hixen-JrROTC and Military, Dan Filey-Pilot, Tom Mrazik-JrROTC-US Marines-, UPS, and US Border Patrol Agent and pilot. Timothy Morton. Jessica Connell married and changed her last name, Jessica Goldberg.

*David Cobb and Dolly Griffin, Thomas Howard Cobb’s and Elaine Long’s son and daughter-in-law.

*Suzy Cobb and Danny Passarella, Thomas Howard Cobb’s and Elaine Long’s daughter and son-in-law.

*David Dudlebaughn: the son of Thomas Howard Cobb’s sister.

*Larry K. Iwaki, Jr.: PhD in Physical Chemistry from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. The son of Sayoko Iwaki and Lawrence Iwaki, Sr. US Navy, electrician. He worked at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Maryland, Cutting Edge Electronics in O’Fallon, MO in 2002, and Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA as a Senior MTS with Randy St. Pierre, PhD in 2003 on Randy’s Laser Program. I met Larry in 2002 in St. Louis, MO and moved with him to Redondo Beach, CA in 2003 to 2005. December 31, 2003: Dinner at Randy and Deb St. Pierre’s house with Larry and his co-workers from Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Firthridge, Rancho Palos Verdes 90275.
December 25, 2003 to December 27, 2003: Larry K. Iwaki Jr PhD and myself traveled to visit Sayoko and Larry Iwaki, his parents, in Sacramento, CA. They live at Mead Avenue, Sacramento, CA 92855. August 23, 2003: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, French Masterworks, From the State Pushkin Museum, Moscow. I attended with Larry K. Iwaki, Jr PhD, George Nguyen, Sayoko and Larry Iwaki. August 3, 2003: Lunch with Deb and Randy St. Pierre at Portifino Way, Redondo Beach, CA. George Nguyen-Nokia, Sun Microsystems, MBA from Harvard University. Larry Iwaki Jr., Ph.D., Laser Scientist, Northrop Grumman Space Technology in Redondo Beach, CA 90278.

Salary History

July 9, 2007- March 14, 2016 Macy’s West Beginning salary: 7/9/2007: Sales Associate: $10.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 11/15/2007: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 5/17/2009: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. As of 5/2/2010: Polo Ralph Lauren Sales Specialist: $11.77 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. As of 8/28/2010: Recovery Associate: $9.50 per hour, 15 hours per week. This is a second evening job for My Alumni Apparel. I accepted a cut in pay because this job was the only one available at the time that was part time evening work. As of 10/31/2010–12/25/2010: Holiday Recovery Supervisor position: $10.50 per hour, 40 hours per week for a seasonal job. As of 12/25/2010- 1/31/2011: Recovery Associate: $9.50 per hour, 0–30 hours per week. As of 1/31/3010: Fitting Room Attendant: $9.50 per hour, 15–30 hours per week. As of 5/1/2011: Fitting Room Attendant: $9.60 per hour, 20–30 hours per week. As of 11/10/2011: Holiday Recovery Lead, seasonal work, $10.60 per hour, 37.5 hours per week. As of 1/2/2012: Fitting Room Attendant: part time work, 15–25 hours per week, $9.60 per hour. As of 5/5/2012: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $9.90 per hour. As of 8/11/2013: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $10.90 per hour. As of 5/4/2014: Levis Merchandise Handler: 37.5 hours per week, $11.20 per hour. As of 4/12/2015: Signing Team Lead: 32.0 to 37.5 hours per week, $13.10 per hour. As of 5/3/2015: Signing Team Lead: 32.0 to 37.5 hours per week, $13.40 per hour.

Macy’s Paid Vacation Time: 2008: 4 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2009: 7 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2010: 12.5 vacation days and 4 paid holidays. 2011: 70 hours of vacation time. 2012: 14 vacation days. 2016: 15 vacation days and 3 paid sick days.

Macy’s 2008: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Total bonus for 2008: $ 2,850.00 February $150.00 March $250.00 April $250.00 May $150.00 June $600.00 July $250.00 August $250.00 September $250.00 October $250.00 November $250.00 December $200.00

Macy’s 2009: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Total bonus for 2009: $1,100.00 January $400.00 May $150.00 June $75.00 July $200.00 August $150.00 September $75.00 December $50.00

Macy’s 2010: Bonus by month, paid by Polo Ralph Lauren. Bonus total for 2010: $350.00 February $50.00 June $150.00 July $150.00

Macy’s 2012: Bonus by month, paid by Levis.
June $100.00 July $100.00 August $100.00 September $100.00 October $100.00 November $100.00 December $100.00

Macy’s 2013: Bonus by month paid by Levis. January $100.00 March $100.00 April $100.00 May $100.00 June $100.00 July $100.00 September $100.00 October $100.00 November $100.00 December $100.00

Macy’s 2014: Bonus by month, paid by Levis. Macy’s 2015: Bonus by month, paid by Levis.

Aug. 16, 2010 — Sept. 30, 2010 My Alumni Apparel Beginning Salary: $15.00 per hour, 40 hours per week. Signing bonus: $700.00 Because the funding for the company ran out, we closed the office doors on September 30, 2010. I was paid for three weeks out of six weeks of work.

Dec. 11, 2006-Dec. 31, 2006 Beverages and More, Inc. $8.50 per hour, 36–38 hours per week. Seasonal Job. 2006: Gross pay was $334.22 2007: Gross pay was $675.55

Jan. 3, 2006-Nov. 6, 2006 Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. Salary: Starting $10.50 per hour and Ending $12.25 per hour. 40 hours per week. 2006: Gross pay was $20,041.41.

2005 AppleOne Employment Services Salary: $8.00/hr for 7.58 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the pay period 12/10/2005. 2005: Gross pay was $60.64

2004 AppleOne Employment Services Salary: $8.00/hr for 3.50 hours, with the paycheck stub ending the period 11/6/2004 2004: Gross pay was $28.00

Kelly Services at EDS Salary: $9.50 per hour for the pay dates from 11/22–11/28/2004 2004: Gross pay was $242.25.

Jan. 2004-Sept. 4, 2004: Unemployment Compensation from Employment Development Department 2004: Gross pay was $6,500.00

July 26, 2003-Jan. 23, 2004 Pictage, Inc. Consumer Technical Help Desk Starting and Ending Salary: $33,000.00 per year. 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the pay period ending 8/8/2003–1/23/2004. 2003: Gross pay was $13,171.58 2004: Gross pay was $3,898.64

April 15, 1996-May 9, 2003 Hunter Engineering Company Sr. Territory Management Representative 12/1999–5/2003 Territory Management Clerk 4/1996–12/1999 Salary: Starting $17,000 per year and Ending $26,857 per year (profit sharing, 2 weeks vacation time, and 5 personal days.) 2003: Gross pay was $9,386.55 2002: Gross pay was $25,952.55 (the pay increase took effect in approx April 2002 to $26,857 per year) 2001: Gross pay was $27,446.84 2000: Gross pay was $23,852.36 1999: Gross pay was $18,841.82 1998: Gross pay was $17,483.59 1997: Gross pay was $17,087.37 1996: Gross pay was $11,376.54

1996 Kelly Temporary Services $7.00 per hour at 8.00 to 40.00 hours per week. The paychecks for the weeks of 2/11/1996–4/14/1996. 1996: Gross pay was $1,937.25.

Daystar, Inc. On 1/24 and 1/25, $8.00 per hour, at 15.25 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 1/28/1996 for the amount of $122.00 gross pay. $7.00 per hour at 22.75 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/4/1996 for the amount of $22.75 gross pay. $7.50 per hour at 13.50 hours. The paycheck ending the week of 2/11/1996 for the amount of $104.00 gross pay. 1996: Gross pay was $248.75.

Nov. 20, 1995- Jan. 31, 1996 First Bank, Inc. Cash Transaction Reporting Clerk Starting and Ending Salary: $17,000 per year, 40 hours per week. 1996: Gross pay was $2,135.91 1995: Gross pay was $1,605.71

May 12, 1992-Nov. 15, 1995 First Services, LLP Central Information Department Clerk Salary: Starting $12,480 per year and Ending $15,000 per year, 40 hours per week. 1995: Gross pay was $14,564.75 1994: Gross pay was $14,357.99 1993: Gross pay was $13,644.78 1992: Gross pay was $9,588.03

March 1994- May 1995 Art & Frame Outlet $6.50 per hour, approximately 10–18 hours per week.
1995: Gross pay was $1,769.66 1994: Gross pay was $4,345.30

1994 Robert Half International For the days dated 3/18 and 3/19, I worked at $6.00 per hour, a total of 10 hours. 1994: Gross pay was $60.00.

1991 Robert Half International $5.00 per hour, 40.5 hours total. Final pay check from 10/1/1991–10/18/1991 for a total of $202.50 gross pay. $5.00 per hour, 34.00 hours total. Final pay check from 1/27/1991–2/17/1991 for a total of $180.00 gross pay. (4 hours overtime at $7.50 per hour).
1991: Gross pay was $382.50

Total Employment Services $5.00 per hour, 9.5 hours total on 2/13/1991. Paycheck stub for $46.30. 1991: Gross pay was $46.30.

Snelling Temporaries $5.25 per hour, 1.0 hours total on 2/21/1991. Paycheck stub for $5.25 gross pay. $5.50 per hour, 71.25 hours total. Paycheck stubs from 3/8/1991–3/29/1991 gross pay for $391.88.
1991: Gross pay was $397.13.

Western Technical Services $5.61 per hour, 4.50 total hours. Paycheck stub in the week ending 6/22/1991 for the amount of $20.25. Other assignments for a total of $79.88 gross pay. 1991: Gross pay was $100.13

Remedy/Mid America Placement $5.00 per hour, 51.75 hours total. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending 2/24/1991–3/24/1991. 1991: Gross pay was $258.75

Norrell Services $4.50 per hour, 6.50 total hours. Paycheck stub dated for the week ending 8/29/1991 in the amount of $29.25. 1991: Gross pay was $29.25

Phoenix Textile Corporation $5.50 per hour, 40 hours per week. Paycheck stubs dated for the weeks ending from 4/3/1991–4/30/1991. 1991: Gross pay was $1,586.20.

Sept. 1990-Feb. 1991 Mercantile Card Services, Inc. at Mercantile Bancorporation Approximately $16,120 per year, 40 hours per week. 1991: Gross pay was $1,300.00 1990: Gross pay was $4,370.00

Western Temporary Services $5.50 per hour, 13.25 hours. Pay check stub dated 8/18/1990. 1990: Gross pay was $72.88

Temporaries of St. Louis DBA B. Loehr Temporaries $4.70 per hour, 24.00 hours, Pay check stub dated 9/9/1990.
1990: Gross pay was $112.80

Vanguard-Lion Associates Crystal Lion Galleries $6.00 per hour, 15–38 hours per week. 1990: Gross pay was $5,319.00 1989: Gross pay was $387.00

Oct. 1989- Nov. 1989 Prints Charming Inc. Salary: Approximately $14,000 per year with a commission, 40 hours per week. 1989: Gross pay was $1,884.61

Nov. 1989- Nov. 1991 Shari Mulligan, Co. This was always a second job. Approximately $4.00 per hour cash.

Frame Factory, LTD. I worked 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour beginning wage-$3.85 per hour ending wage. 1989: Gross pay was $8,162.00 1988: Gross pay was $7,169.59 1987: Gross pay was $4,593.70 1986: Gross pay was $1,563.14

Piece of the Pie, Inc. A job while attending college at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour, 10–15 hours per week. 1986: Gross pay was $662.43

Lee-Jung Cleaners DBA Chenoweth-Chapman Cleaners 15–25 hours per week while attending college at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. $3.35 per hour. 1984: Gross pay was $2,820.76 1983: Gross pay was $901.17

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co. 1983: Check stub dated 8/30/1983 $34.00.

K and L Catering 1983: Cash pay. I do not have my records. Information from my records to include the paycheck stubs and W-2 forms. My records are incomplete.

REFERENCES

Professional References

Dr. Van Reidhead Provost and Vice President of Academic Affairs East Stroudsburg University 200 Prospect Street East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 570–422–3539 www4.esu.edu (Dr. Reidhead was my Anthropology Professor from the University of Missouri-St. Louis).

Mary Leopold, Ph.D. Adjunct Professor-Physics and Astronomy University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis, MO 63121 Work: 314–516–5932 (Dr. Leopold was my physics professor at the University of Missouri-St. Louis for my post baccalaureate premedical studies and has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Bill Markey Western Division-Los Angeles Region Hunter Engineering Company Altadena, CA 562–921–8507 BillMarkey @ Sbcglobal .net (Retired from Hunter Engineering Company)

Greg Dunkin Hunter Engineering Company North Central Division Manager Lake Zurich, IL 60047 847–420–2347

Doug Woolverton Northeast Division Manager Hunter Engineering Company Yardley, PA 19067 215–321–0166 www.hunter.com (Letter of recommendation is on file. He has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Rhonda Tenkku Lecturer-College of Business Administration University of Missouri-St. Louis 8001 Natural Bridge Road St. Louis, MO 63117 314–516–4531 www.umsl.edu (I worked with Rhonda Tenkku for approximately four years at Hunter Engineering Company. December 1999, Rhonda Tenkku promoted me to a newly created position, Sr. Territory Management Representative.)

Steve Helmkamp Customer Relations Manager, Retired Hunter Engineering Company Bridgeton, MO 63044 618–530–5574 www.hunter.com (Worked with me on a yearly direct mail project lasting 3–4 months each year. He has my work portfolio from Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc.)

Kevin Wilson Human Resources First Bank, Inc. 11901 Olive Street Road Creve Coeur, MO 63141 (314) 592–6812 ( I contacted Kevin Wilson in early 2007 after quitting Mission Equipment and Lifts, Inc. in Oceanside, California; I was verifying my work history with him as I revised my resume; I asked if he would be a reference since we had talked over the telephone at that time.)

Todd Holmes District Manager-St. Louis Region Starbucks Corporation Mobile: 314–691–3906 (The store manager and owner of Breve Expresso in Maryland Heights, Missouri when I was working at Hunter Engineering Company in Bridgeton, Missouri. This was my stopping place for breakfast, a bagel and a soda, every morning before heading into work at Hunter; this was after I broke up with Jim Johnson. Todd and Connie would bring their two children-two girls, into Breve- the small breakfast counter, on the weekends and holidays, to eat with the regular customers; to include the Maryland Heights Police Department-some of his best customers.)

John DuPrey Care Star Columbus, OH 43232 614–668–0981 www.ohiohcp.org(Retired from the Air Force and an uncle by marriage to my mother’s cousin, Marge (Hall) DuPrey.)

op21–921/RMM038/IC3: Edited while at 5720 West Centinela, Apartment 412, Building Three, Culver City-Los Angeles, California. Edited at 11421 East 186th Street, Apartment 125, Artesia, California 90701–5549. Edited by Rosemary Margaret Mrazik.