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Thomas “Tod” Felhaber, Jr., AMS # 997   

Phone/Fax:  651-770-8500

Cell:  651-260-3268

 Email:  tfbelhaber@msn.com

 

Thomas “Tod” Felhaber, Jr. –

A brief overview of my qualifications, and why I should be YOUR Surveyor.....

Education:   

 Chapman School of Seamanship. 

Yacht and Small Craft Surveying, 180 hours in theory and field experience in Hull Design & Construction, Support Systems, Propulsion & Auxiliary Systems and Business, Professional & Legal Considerations.         

University of Minnesota - Duluth.

BBA:  Major, Marketing and Finance; Minor, Economics.

Maritime Competencies:

·                  Member – American Boat and Yacht Council

·                  Chapman’s Damage and Claims Survey Advanced Course.

·                  Accredited Marine Surveyor # 997 - Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors.

·                  First Marine - Small Watercraft Damage and Claim Course.

·                  Ships Watercraft Training - Small Watercraft Damage and Claim Course.

·                  Extensive marine electrical experience as an Electrician’s Mate in the US Coast Guard.

·                  Held Merchant Mariners Document with Oiler, Fireman/Watertender, Qualified Member of the Engine Department (QMED), and Able Bodied Seaman qualifications.  

QUALITY SURVEYS, PUTTING MY CUSTOMERS FIRST, ALWAYS.