Stephen L Hite from Emerald Hills, CA, age 63Get Report

Emerald Hills, CA

Stephen Hite Phones & Addresses

  • 225 Hillsdale Way, Emerald Hills, CA 94062 (650) 368-3147 (650) 365-7644
  • Redwood City, CA
  • Woodside, CA
  • Evansville, IN
  • South Bend, IN
  • Oakland, CA
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • 225 Hillsdale Way, Emerald Hills, CA 94062 (415) 298-9897

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

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Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

Stephen H. Hite

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Specialties:
Diagnostic Radiology, Pediatric Radiology
Work:
Consulting RadiologistsConsulting Radiologists LTD
800 E 28 St, Minneapolis, MN 55407
(612) 573-2200 (phone), (612) 573-2274 (fax)
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Education:
Medical School
Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine
Graduated: 1986
Languages:
English, Portuguese, Spanish
Description:
Dr. Hite graduated from the Northeastern Ohio Universities College of Medicine in 1986. He works in Minneapolis, MN and specializes in Diagnostic Radiology and Pediatric Radiology. Dr. Hite is affiliated with Abbott Northwestern Hospital and St Francis Regional Medical Center.

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Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Stephen Lee Hite
Managing
Geohite Group, LLC
The Manufacture and Sale of Novelty Prod
225 Hillsdale Way, Redwood City, CA 94062

Publications

Us Patents

Personal Marquee: A Media Packaging Display Apparatus

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US Patent:
2011013, Jun 9, 2011
Filed:
Nov 29, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/927874
Inventors:
Stephen L. Hite - Redwood City CA,
Michael P. Hite - Hayward CA,
Ross Thomas Hite - Burlingame CA,
International Classification:
G09F 15/00
A47G 1/08
H04N 5/64
US Classification:
4060613, 348836, 40700, 348E05128
Abstract:
An apparatus with display and base for media cases and/or packaging is provided. This includes, but is not limited to, the cases or packaging for DVDs, Blu-ray Discs, CDs, video or computer games, and VCR tapes. The apparatus, called a “Personal Marquee,” is capable of holding an individual case standing upright such that a substantial portion of the cover of the case is visible to the user. The artwork on the apparatus is designed to evoke the sense of the facade of a classical movie theater with its “Now Showing” marquee. The media display includes a base for support, an upright section for holding the media case, and a riser if necessary to accommodate cases of different sizes. The upright is attached to the base or is integral with the base and has an opening in front through which the media case is visible.
Stephen L Hite from Emerald Hills, CA, age 63 Get Report