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David Sheill Phones & Addresses

  • 20473 Van Antwerp St, Harper Woods, MI 48225 (313) 886-5541
  • Detroit, MI
  • Royal Oak, MI
  • Clinton Township, MI
  • East Haven, CT
  • 39605 Waldorf Dr, Clinton Township, MI 48038

Work

Position: Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Resumes

Resumes

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Risk Advisory Staff At Ernst &Amp; Young

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Position:
Advisory Staff at Ernst & Young
Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Accounting
Work:
Ernst & Young - Detroit since Aug 2011
Advisory Staff

Wayne State University Office of Internal Feb 2010 - Jul 2011
Internal Audit Intern

Lochmoor Club Jun 2005 - Mar 2010
Server Assistant

Jack's Jun 2009 - Jul 2009
Accounting/Bookkeeping

Jackson Hewitt Dec 2008 - Apr 2009
Tax Intern (Tax Preparer)
Education:
Wayne State University 2009 - 2010
Degree: Master, Business Administration; Accounting - Forensic and Internal Audit
Michigan State University 2005 - 2009
BA, Accounting
Skills:
Accounting
Auditing
Financial Analysis
Internal Audit
Business Planning
Data Analysis
Statistical Data Analysis
Microsoft SQL Server
Tableau
SSIS
Internal Controls
Sarbanes-Oxley Act
CPA
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft Office
PowerPoint
Customer Service
Visio
Databases
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Retired Automotive Mechanical Engineer

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Location:
Greater Detroit Area
Industry:
Automotive
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Publications

Us Patents

Recliner Mechanism

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US Patent:
20100283301, Nov 11, 2010
Filed:
Aug 2, 2007
Appl. No.:
12/376097
Inventors:
Tamizharasan Shanmugam - Plymouth MI,
Kurt Siebold - South Lyon MI,
Paul Arthur Gilmore - Livonia MI,
David D. Sheill - White Lake MI,
Bruce A. Hiemstra - Ann Arbor MI,
International Classification:
B60N 2/02
B60N 2/22
B60N 2/20
B60N 2/30
B60N 2/12
B23P 11/00
US Classification:
2973441, 29735412, 296 66, 29428
Abstract:
A vehicle seat is movable between a first position to a second position and includes a seat back, seat cushion for coupling to a track adjuster for use in a vehicle. The vehicle seat includes a recliner mechanism coupled to the seat back and the seat cushion. The vehicle seat further includes a stow mechanism coupled to the recliner mechanism and an easy entry mechanism coupled to the recliner mechanism and stow mechanism, wherein, when the stow mechanism is actuated, the easy entry mechanism is not actuated and when the easy entry mechanism is actuated, the stow mechanism is not actuated.

Disc Brake Pad Yoke

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US Patent:
D2600145, Jul 28, 1981
Filed:
Oct 12, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/084266
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Kelsey-Hayes Company - Romulus MI
International Classification:
D1216
US Classification:
D12180

Slack Adjuster For A Disc Brake

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US Patent:
44783175, Oct 23, 1984
Filed:
Apr 11, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/484026
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Rockwell International Corporation - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
F16D 6556
US Classification:
188 719
Abstract:
A slack adjuster is for a disc brake of the type which includes a disc mounted for rotation about an axle and a caliper brake having a housing mounted on the axle in alignment with a friction surface of the disc. A braking piston is mounted in the housing for axial movement toward and away from the friction surface of the disc. Brake actuation produces rotating movement of a powershaft mounted in the housing which will in turn produce a corresponding axial movement of the braking piston through a non-rotating powershaft nut. An adjusting sleeve is between the piston and the powershaft nut and is threadably coupled to the piston and capable of rotation relative thereto to adjust the axial position of the piston. The adjusting sleeve is capable of rotating in a direction which will cause the piston to be adjusted toward the disc and is prevented from rotating in the opposite direction by a one-way clutch element between the adjusting sleeve and the housing. A lost motion element is between the powershaft and the adjusting sleeve and allows rotation of the powershaft to produce corresponding rotation of the adjusting sleeve after the piston has moved toward the disc through a desired running clearance without having made any frictional contact therewith.

Disc Brake Friction Pad And Stabilizing Support

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US Patent:
45483000, Oct 22, 1985
Filed:
Aug 31, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/528299
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Donald J. Davidson - Troy MI
David J. Dettloff - Utica MI
Assignee:
Rockwell International Corporation - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
F16D 6500
US Classification:
188 731
Abstract:
In a vehicle disc brake, a friction pad having a radially outer portion supported by a slidably mounted caliper is stabilized by engaging a radially inner portion of the friction pad backing plate with an adjacent depending leg of the caliper.

Disc Brake Pad Yoke

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US Patent:
D2600153, Jul 28, 1981
Filed:
Oct 12, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/084267
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Kelsey-Hayes Company - Romulus MI
International Classification:
D1216
US Classification:
D12180

Method For Forming A Braking Piston For A Disc Brake

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US Patent:
45035954, Mar 12, 1985
Filed:
Aug 31, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/528327
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Rockwell International Corporation - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
B23P 1100
US Classification:
29434
Abstract:
A method is provided for forming a braking piston for a disc brake of the type which includes a disc mounted for rotation about an axle. A brake housing is mounted on the axle in alignment with a friction surface of the disc. The piston has an interior end at least partially mounted within the housing and an external end outwardly of the housing adjacent the friction surface of the disc for axial movement toward and away from the disc. A flexible boot is secured to the housing and has an end extending into a circumferential channel around the piston. The housing has a plurality of first axially extending splines around an interior cylindrical surface thereof. The method includes the steps of providing the piston with an interior end having a cylindrical outer surface and forming a cylindrical groove thereabout. A plurality of second axially extending splines are shaped in the external surface of the piston to match the first splines of the housing with the second splines terminating at the circumferential groove. A ring element is formed of resilient, hard plastic the ring element in the circumferential groove with a first side toward the splines and the second side separated from the remainder of the groove to define the circumferential channel therebetween.

Disc Brake Anti-Rattle Means

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US Patent:
45166668, May 14, 1985
Filed:
Jun 25, 1984
Appl. No.:
6/623864
Inventors:
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Rockwell International Corporation - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
F16D 6540
US Classification:
188 7338
Abstract:
An anti-rattle clip is comprised of a length of spring wire formed to provide two spaced clip legs joined by an intermediate segment. Each clip leg is formed adjacent the intermediate segment to abut spaced areas of the radially outer edge of a friction pad backing plate and the ends of the clip legs are formed to abut spaced areas of the radially outer edge of the other friction pad backing plate. Segments of the clip legs between the segments abutting the friction pad backing plates are formed to extend radially inward and under the circumferentially spaced edges of an aperture provided to the disc brake caliper bridge.

Disc Brake

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US Patent:
45025720, Mar 5, 1985
Filed:
Aug 31, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/528328
Inventors:
Donald J. Davidson - Troy MI
David D. Sheill - Farmington Hills MI
Assignee:
Rockwell International Corporation - Pittsburgh PA
International Classification:
F16D 5508
US Classification:
188 728
Abstract:
An improved disc brake is of the type which includes a disc mounted for rotation about an axle. An axle housing is mounted on the axle in alignment with a friction surface of the disc. An axially movable braking piston has an interior end at least partially mounted within the housing and an external end outwardly of the housing adjacent the friction surface of the disc. The braking piston has a plurality of axially extending splines about an exterior surface of the interior end to mate with corresponding splines on an interior surface of the housing to limit rotation of the braking piston relative to the housing. The brake is actuated by the piston being axially moved toward and away from the friction surface of the disc. Lubricant can be supplied and periodically resupplied to an interior of the housing. The improvement includes providing the housing with a cylindrical recess at the end thereof adjacent the disc for receipt of a sealing ring made of resiliently compressible material.
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