Tim Stokely was born on April 20th, 1943 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. As a child, he enjoyed math and science classes most of all. He attended the prestigious Pennsylvania State University where he would earn his Bachelor’s degree in 1965 before earning his Masters at the same university in 1966.
Stokely worked for defense contractor Raytheon after college where he was responsible for designing missile guidance systems that were used by military aircraft during conflicts including the Vietnam War. After leaving Raytheon to avoid being drafted into service, Stokely began working as an engineer with Bell Laboratories where he worked on several telecommunications programs until 1989 when he went back to Raytheon to become their Vice President of Advance Technology Development.
|Full Name||Tim Stokely|
|Birth Date||July of 1983|
|Birth Place||Harlow, Essex, United Kingdom|
|Net Worth||$150 million|
Tim Stokely Career Highlights of Matthew Stafford
1982 – Patent for semiconductor laser 1985 – Invention of the XN20 maskless wafer alignment system 1989 – R&D Magazine Award 1996 – Developed guidance software that allowed Predator drones to track down Osama bin Laden.
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In 2006, Stokely left Raytheon and became President of Clavister Inc., an internet security company. In addition to his work as a successful businessman, Stokely has been recognized as an inventor on 26 patents throughout his lifetime.
Stokely is currently worth $150 million and continues to serve as the CEO at Clavister Inc. He also serves on several boards of Directors including those at NVidia Corp., Zyvex Labs, and Ditech Networks.
Tim Stokley has lived in California, Texas, and Massachusetts. He is currently married to Cathy Stokley who he has two children. As of May 2014, his daughter worked for Yahoo! as a Product User Experience at their Sunnyvale campus while his son lives in San Luis Obispo working as the Vice President of Finance at Applied Micro Circuits Corporation.