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Member Since: December 2, 2013
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Todd Marcucci is VP, Research & Development for Good Earth Energy Conservation, Inc., a manufacturer of all- electric Essential Services Vehicles based in Fort Worth, TX. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a B.S. in Electronics Engineering Technology.  In addition to working in various consulting positions, Todd has managed global lab operations for Littelfuse, Inc., worked in product development for Teccor Electronics, and RELTEC/Marconi Communications. He has also been owner-operator of a small automotive performance business. He has a diverse background in product development, test & measurement, and customer support in a variety of industries such as automotive, consumer, and telecommunications. When not working or spending time with family, he can generally be found under the hood of a vehicle or scheming his return to amateur automotive racing.



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