November General Meeting 🗓 🗺
ASQ Chicago Section – General Meeting
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
In recognition of the upcoming Veteran’s Day, ASQ Chicago Section 1201 is offering free registration to the November 11th General Meeting to all ASQ member Veterans. Veterans please state name, rank, serial number and branch at the registration desk. When registering online below, use the Guest option.
1571 South Elmhurst Road
Des Plaines, IL 60018
Doors Open at 5:30 PM
Dinner at 7:00 PM
Topic: “Recovery and Restoration of the Confederate Submarine, The Hunley.”
Pre-Dinner – 6:00 PM:
Section 1201 Announcements
Eric Jakubowski, ASQ Chicago Section Chair, will lead the honoring of the Section’s Veterans and Veterans at large.
Post Dinner Meeting – 8:00 PM:
Stuart Kleven, a Quality Engineer and Nondestructive Testing (NDT) expert will highlight NDT methods used and the progress of the work being performed before and during the restoration of the Confederate Submarine, The Hunley!
The Confederacy, during the Civil War, was one of the first to use a submarine in naval warfare. The Hunley was pressed into action to break the Union blockade of Charleston harbor. It sank during a battle and was recently recovered over 130 years later. Nondestructive testing was used to evaluate the structure prior to and during restoration. The work on the Hunley has been the focus of several National Geographic TV specials and magazine articles. A made for TV movie also re-created the events of the Hunley a couple years ago. For additional information see The FRIENDS of The HUNLEY.
Dinner Menu – Family Style
$30 for Members / $35 for Non-Members
- Soup: Vegetarian Minestrone
- Tossed Dinner Salad with choice of dressings
- London broil of Beef
- Oven Roasted Chicken
- Egg Plant Parmesan & Cheese Ravioli
- Vegetables Medley
- Roasted Baby Red Potatoes
- Desert: Spumoni
- Beverages: Coffee, Tea
Stuart Kleven, Quality Engineer at Alloyweld Inspection Company, Bensenville, Illinois
Stuart Kleven is a quality engineer at Alloyweld Inspection Company, a nondestructive testing laboratory, metal finishing and welding shop. He is an ASNT Level 3 in four test methods as well as an AWS CWI (American Welding Society, Certified Weld Inspector). He has almost 40 years of experience in nondestructive testing in the commercial laboratory, welding and fabrication, forging and nuclear power industries. Currently, he serves on the ASTM (American Society For Testing and Materials) E7 committee for radiography, liquid penetrant and magnetic particle inspection. He is also on the board for the local Chicago Section of ASNT (American Society For nondestructive Testing).
Linkedin Profile: Stuart Kleven