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Eric Stuckey Phones & Addresses

  • 36641 Jefferson St, Farmington Hills, MI 48335 (248) 471-7828
  • 19520 Beaverland, Detroit, MI 48219 (313) 535-9235
  • Redford, MI
  • Garretson, SD
  • Lawrenceville, GA
  • Clarkston, GA

Work

Company: Cornerstone private client group, inc. Jul 2008 to Sep 2013 Position: President

Education

Degree: BBA School / High School: Georgia State University 1985 to 1993 Specialities: Finance

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President At Cornerstone Private Client Group, Inc.

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Position:
President at Cornerstone Private Client Group, Inc.
Location:
United States
Work:
Cornerstone Private Client Group, Inc. since Jul 2008
President

Sugarloaf Wealth Management, LLC Feb 1995 - Jun 2008
Partner

Morgan Stanley Aug 1992 - Feb 1995
Account Executive
Education:
Georgia State University 1985 - 1993
BBA, Finance

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Eric T. Stuckey
President
Cornerstone Private Client Group, Inc
Business Services
2210 Misty Oaks Dr, Buford, GA 30519
Eric T. Stuckey
Partner
J. D. Manry & Associates, Inc
Investment Advisory Service
2398 Lenora Church Rd, Lithonia, GA 30078
(770) 985-5473

Publications

Us Patents

Steering Angle Sensor Assembly With Pulse Width Modulated Output Signal

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US Patent:
2006013, Jun 22, 2006
Filed:
Dec 22, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/023898
Inventors:
Robert Kaster - White Lake MI,
Darin Rohrkemper - Sterling Heights MI,
Eric Stuckey - Farmington Hills MI,
Stefan Knoll - West Bloomfield MI,
International Classification:
B62D 5/04
US Classification:
702151000, 180443000
Abstract:
A steering angle sensing system includes at least one steering angle sensing device for outputting an analog signal representative of a steering angle position of a steering wheel. A first processor is operably coupled to the at least one steering angle sensing device and is disposed proximate the at least one steering angle sensing device. The first processor receives the analog signals output by the at least one steering angle sensing device, computes a steering angle value based upon the analog signals, and outputs a pulse width modulated signal representative of the computed steering angle value. A second processor is disposed non-proximate the at least one steering angle sensing device and is operably coupled to the first processor to thereby receive the pulse width modulated signal representative of the computed steering angle value.
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