Title: Retired Engineer
Location: Poughkeepsie, New York, United States
Evan Pantelopoulos, retired engineer, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Engineers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in mathematical physics.
The son of a professional violinist with several notable works to his credit and a mother who had hoped for him to become a priest, Mr. Pantelopoulos spent his high school years living with his uncle, an engineer, who sparked his interest in the discipline. After graduating high school, he served in the Greek military from 1960 until 1963, through which he rose to the rank of a second lieutenant. Following this period, Mr. Pantelopoulos studied at the Athens Institute of Technology, where he was awarded with a bachelor’s degree in engineering in 1963.
Specializing in mathematical physics, Mr. Pantelopoulos published a Greek Parliamentary paper in 1964, and contributed extensively to professional journals throughout his 30-year career. He later immigrated to the United States, becoming a CTEM engineer before joining Honeywell as an engineer in the company’s computer department. Before his retirement, Mr. Pantelopoulos spent seven years as a consulting engineer for Stone & Webster, a storied engineering firm specializing in power and energy projects.
Outside of his work in engineering, Mr. Pantelopoulos was also an accomplished businessman, owning a construction company and several Dunkin’ Donuts franchises throughout Boston and New York. He attributes his success to his independence, noting that he did not ask for help from anyone over the course of his career, and emphasizes that anyone can accomplish their dreams with hard work and dedication. In the next five years, Mr. Pantelopoulos hopes to publish the remainder of his research. He is an active Freemason and a proud father of three and grandfather of 14.
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