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  • 2684 Berkshire Ct, Geneva, IL 60134 (630) 262-9201
  • 850 Division St, Geneva, IL 60134
  • Elburn, IL
  • Itasca, IL
  • St Charles, IL
  • Wheaton, IL
  • Batavia, IL
  • Addison, IL
  • 37W130 Baker Hill Ct, Saint Charles, IL 60175

Work

Position: Sales Occupations

Education

Degree: Bachelor's degree or higher

Professional Records

Real Estate Brokers

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Mark Klecka, Geneva IL Agent

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Work:
Coldwell Banker
Geneva, IL
(630) 232-6900 (Phone)

Resumes

Resumes

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Owner At Freelance Web Design / Sales / Marketing

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Location:
Greater Chicago Area
Industry:
Internet
Work:
OperationMustang.com Web Show/Mustang Restoration, Inc. - Naperville, IL Mar 2010 - May 2012
Sales & New Media Director

ERA Mount Vernon Real Estate Apr 2005 - Nov 2008
Realtor/Media Director

Webtivity Design - Bradenton, FL Mar 2004 - Mar 2005
Sales and Marketing Manager

President/Founder Jan 1992 - Jan 2000
Mail Order Music Merchandise Catalog

Heath Design - Sarasota, Florida Area Jan 1990 - Jan 1994
Managing Partner / Sales Director
Education:
United States Army 2010 - 2016
Manatee Community College/University of South Florida
Interests:
Sales and Marketing, Soccer, running triathlons, classic Mustangs, Mountain Dew, swimming
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Mark Klecka

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Publications

Us Patents

Network With Programmable Interconnect Nodes Adapted To Large Integrated Circuits

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US Patent:
7159047, Jan 2, 2007
Filed:
Apr 21, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/829646
Inventors:
Mark Klecka - DeKalb IL,
Kamal Khadiri - Aurora IL,
Robert Patti - Warrenville IL,
Derrick Brent Wilson - Chicago Ridge IL,
Lee Hoyman - Chicago IL,
Bruce Tyda - Chicago IL,
Assignee:
Tezzaron Semiconductor - Naperville IL
International Classification:
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
710 10, 710100
Abstract:
A circuit having an interconnect network and plurality of processing blocks is disclosed. The interconnect network has a plurality of network nodes arranged in a two-dimensional array on a first substrate. Each network node has a plurality of communication ports and is connected to each adjacent network node by a communication bus that connects only those two network nodes and processing blocks adjacent to that communication bus. A programmable switch within each node connects one of the input ports to one of the output ports in response to connection information stored in a memory in that node. Three-dimensional embodiments can be constructed by including a second substrate that overlies the first substrate and includes a second such interconnect network that is connected vertically through one or more nodes. The circuit easily accommodates spare processing blocks that can be substituted for defective blocks by altering the connection information.

Busy/No-Answer Call Completion Equipment

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US Patent:
49359584, Jun 19, 1990
Filed:
Dec 19, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/286273
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Bakulesh A. Mehta - Downers Grove IL
Herbert B. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Mark D. Klecka - Dekalb IL
Assignee:
Dytel Corporation - Schaumburg IL
International Classification:
H04M 342
US Classification:
379372
Abstract:
Apparatus for recognizing a telephone call supervision signal by comparing its frequency and cadence to the frequency and cadence of a previously learned call supervision signal is provided as part of call completion equipment (10). Call progress tone detector (50) receives a call supervision signal and responds by outputting frequency parametric signals which indicate whether predetermined standard frequencies are present in the received signal. Microprocessor (74) determines the cadence of the received call supervision signal and outputs a corresonding cadence parametric signal. If it is beneficial to learn the received call supervision signal, the frequency and cadence parameters are stored in memory (78). Recognition circuits can then recognize a subsequent telephone call supervision signal by comparing its frequency and cadence parameters to the frequency and cadence parameters stored in memory (78) for at least one learned signal.

Integration Of Voice Store And Forward Facility

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US Patent:
50995090, Mar 24, 1992
Filed:
Apr 17, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/040564
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Herbert B. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Mark D. Klecka - Dekalb IL
Assignee:
Dytel Corporation - Schumburg IL
International Classification:
H04M 166
H04M 350
US Classification:
379 84
Abstract:
Call completion apparatus is disclosed for enhancing the integration of voice store and forward facilities with calling parties attempting to complete telephone calls to a telephone switching system. The call completion equipment intercepts incoming calls, provides voice prompts to the calling parties, and collects telephone extension digit information. On a determination of the unavailability of the called party, the call completion equipment prompts the calling party concerning an optional connection to voice store and forward equipment. In response to the input of a digit code by the calling party, the call completion equipment consults personality tables, translation tables and call flow control tables to provide all the appropriate information which is outpulsed through the telephone switching system to the voice store and forward facility. The operations of the call completion equipment in establishing communications with the voice store and forward facility are transparent to the calling party.

Busy/No-Answer Call Completion Equipment

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US Patent:
48093211, Feb 28, 1989
Filed:
Sep 22, 1986
Appl. No.:
6/909755
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Bakulesh A. Mehta - Downers Grove IL
Herbert B. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Mark D. Klecka - Dekalb IL
Assignee:
Dytel Corporation - Schaumburg IL
International Classification:
H04M 358
US Classification:
379211
Abstract:
Call completion equipment (10) is disclosed for use with a switching system (14) for assisting callers to complete telephone calls thereto. If a primary destination telephone set (16) is busy or does not answer, a message is transmitted from a message storage unit (54) to the calling party. The message relates to the selection by the caller of secondary destinations including a switchboard attendent 18, an alternate destination telephone set, a camp-on option or voice messaging facilities. A processor complex (72) processes the digits dialed by the caller in response to the message, using various look-up tables (85-87), and transfers corresponding information to the switching system (14). The switching system (14) completes the call to the secondary destination according to the information. The invention (10) provides automatic camp-on features (87) with regard to predefined telephone sets of the switching system (14).

Interactive Call Processor To Facilitate Completion Of Queued Calls

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US Patent:
51669749, Nov 24, 1992
Filed:
Apr 15, 1991
Appl. No.:
7/685543
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Herbert B. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Bakulesh A. Mehta - Downers Grove IL
Mark D. Klecka - Elmhurst IL
Robert Carleton - Encino CA
Assignee:
Dytel Corporation - Schaumburg IL
International Classification:
H04M 350
US Classification:
379 67
Abstract:
Call processing apparatus for queuing calling parties waiting to be connected to a service position, and for calculating queue position data or wait time data and transmitting the queue data to the calling parties. The queued calling parties can also reach alternate destinations by inputting digit information for routing queued calling parties to such destinations.

Integration Of Voice Store And Forward Facility

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US Patent:
52492192, Sep 28, 1993
Filed:
Jan 21, 1992
Appl. No.:
7/822933
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Herbert B. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Mark D. Klecka - Dekalb IL
Assignee:
Dytel Inc. - Phoenix AZ
International Classification:
H04M 166
US Classification:
379 84
Abstract:
Call completion apparatus is disclosed for enhancing the integration of voice store and forward facilities with calling parties attempting to complete telephone calls to a telephone switching system. The call completion equipment intercepts incoming calls, provides voice prompts to the calling parties, and collects telephone extension digit information. On a determination of the unavailability of the called party, the call completion equipment prompts the calling party concerning an optional connection to voice store and forward equipment. In response to the input of a digit code by the calling party, the call completion equipment consults personality tables, translation tables and call flow control tables to provide all the appropriate information which is outpulsed through the telephone switching system to the voice store and forward facility. The operations of the call completion equipment in establishing communications with the voice store and forward facility are transparent to the calling party.

Interactive Call Distribution Processor

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US Patent:
50200950, May 28, 1991
Filed:
Nov 16, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/272091
Inventors:
Sanford J. Morganstein - Elgin IL
Herbert J. Krakau - Elmhurst IL
Bakulesh A. Mehta - Downers Grove IL
Mark D. Klecka - DeKalb IL
Robert Carleton - Encino CA
Assignee:
Dytel Corporation - Schaumburg IL
International Classification:
H04M 336
H04M 350
H04Q 364
US Classification:
379 67
Abstract:
Call processing apparatus for queuing calling parties waiting to be connected to a service position, and for calculating queue position data or wait time data and transmitting the queue data to the calling parties. The queued calling parties can also reach alternate destinations by inputting digit information for routing queued calling parties to such destinations.
Mark W Klecka from Geneva, IL, age ~56 Get Report