Hunt, Everett C. 1928–

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HUNT, Everett C. 1928–

PERSONAL: Born December 28, 1928, in Stamford, CT; married Jay Kilby, 1952 (deceased); children: Gerilyn, Scott, Erik. Education: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, B.S., 1951; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, M.S., 1958; Northeastern University, M.S., 1973; Eurotechnical University, Sc.D., 1988. Religion: Christian.

ADDRESSES: Home—P.O. Box 308, Warner, NH 03278.

CAREER: Engineer and author. U.S. Merchant Marine, engineer officer, 1951–52; General Electric Co., turbine design engineer and application engineer, 1954–65, turbine development project manager, 1965–66, value engineering consultant, 1966–67, engineering manager, 1967–69, quality control manager, 1969–75; Sun Shipbuilding Co., director, 1975–79; U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, professor of engineering and department head, 1979–84; Webb Institute, professor of engineering and director of research, 1984–92; self-employed consulting engineer, 1992–. Military service: U.S. Navy, engineer officer, 1952–56.

MEMBER: Pan American Institute of Naval Engineers, Institute of Marine Engineering, Science, and Technology (fellow; local chair).

AWARDS, HONORS: Superior Achievement Award, U.S. Department of Transportation; Professional Achievement Award, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy.


Marine Engineering Economics and Cost Analysis, Cornell Maritime Press (Centreville, MD), 1995.

Modern Marine Engineer's Manual, 3rd edition, Cornell Maritime Press (Centreville, MD), Volume 1, 1999, Volume 2, 2002.

Author of about thirty technical articles.