Stanley Stanwyck-Stankiewicz

Thermodynamics engineer

Born Wilno, Poland; married Gene Julia, Dec. 1954; children: Gary, John.

Education: Bachelor of Science (B.S.), mechanical engineering, California Statee Poly University, San Luis Obispo; graduated study: advanced thermodynamics and heat transfer, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), University of California, Irvine, (UCI), California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).

Languages: Polish, English, Russian, German.

Career: Senior engineer scientist, McDonnell Douglas Corporation, (participated as a member of the launch crew on the Skylab prog. - Cape Canaveral, FL); developed a device to determine, by quantitative analysis, the amount of air dissolved in NASA's ShuttIe-Orbiter coolant loop.

Military: member, 2nd Polish Corps in Italy, emigrated from England to USA, 1951; sergeant, United States Marine Corps (USMC), Korea 1951-52; Disabled American Veterans (DAV), veterans hospital 1952-54.

Member of: various Polish organizations.

Resident: Wesminster, CA.

From: "Polish Americans in California, Vol. II," National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs & Polish American Historical Association. California 1995.