It was a big turnout on December 10, 2004!
Click here for the 2004 Official
Powerpoint (It’s a new high in FPD
Also, see all the
Announcing the 2004
FPD Traveling Trophy Award Winners!
Thanks to Ryan Schad and John
Calvert for teleconferencing with FPD!
Fish products day is
all about reuniting the alumni of Process Engineering and friends (which
includes all humans and fish), regardless of where you are. On this site,
you will find complete coverage of FPD 2000, FPD 2001, FPD 2002, and FPD 2003 including items such as jokes, history, and
especially pictures. See the links at left for the whole story.
Also, check out People REALLY on the move and send me corrections and
Finally, believe it or not, the complete FPD History has been newly
updated (September 2004) by Jeff Smith.
It is 27 amazing pages! Download it now!
Satellite FPD – Indianapolis!
Ryan Schad is such a
devoted alumnus that he holds an FPD at Lilly in conjunction with the one
in Kingsport. Below
is a photo of some of the yummies at the Indy FPD!
Some FPD Q & A
QUESTION: When was the startup of the FPD web
ANSWER: According to the FPD annals (a.k.a. the Dead Sea
Scrolls), the FPD web site went live worldwide on November 2, 2000. (Still hasn't
QUESTION: What number is FPD up to?
ANSWER: This year's event will be the 17th Annual
Fish Products Day.
NOTES from All Over
Send an e-mail to share your
thoughts in this space!
t i m @ t i m n o l e n . c o m
There once was a madman named
Who was somewhat like Christopher Reeve;
Like Superman, the hotshot
Would eat things one should not --
That would make a more normal man heave.
2004 Haiku (it’s a kind of poetry)
My taste buds do ache—
Nothing, save sweet ocean flesh
Can sate my desire
- John Franjione, Winner of the
FPD 2003 Nemo Award
“Glad that things are
continuing with FPD. Hope everyone
gets their fill…I think about you all and the big “E” often.”
- John Calvert
“Glad to hear you guys still
celebrating FPD…any time I mention this event to others I get blank
stares…I guess that is why Process Systems was such a unique and special
place to work.”
- Chris Niederer
“Thanks for the Fish Products
Day pen. I will cherish it
always. You former Process System
crazies have a great Fish Products Day.”
- Darrell Corpening, former PSE
The Tech Effect
Nolen has a problem…He’s boring people to death.”
advertisement for “Tech Effect” on the History Channel, 2004.
Thanks to Joe Bays.
“It is fantastic to see such enthusiasm
with FPD less than 100 days away and know that great minds are already
thinking great thoughts about great food!”
Rob Schisla in response to Jeff Smith, “FPD Information Officer”
“Look at the last sentence in this report: Isn’t fish wonderful!”
Steve Janulis, on the heart healthy benefits