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(NOTE: Erjelle Wikipedia content is to be added exclusively by Eric R. Jelle beginning in January of 2014 and subject to his verification of included information.)

Biographical Summary:[edit]

Eric's life experience includes but is not limited to the following chronology: .

1989 - 1991:[edit]

Attendance at the University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, CO)

1992 - 2000:[edit]

Active Duty Service in the [Air Force]

 - K.I. Sawyer AFB, Michigan (closed 1995)
 - Whiteman AFB, Missouri
    - TDY to Camp Doha, Kuwait (Operations Southern Watch, Desert Strike, Desert Calm)
 - Osan AB, S. Korea
 - Dover AFB, DE
    - TDY to Balekesir and Bandirma Turkey (Operations Allied Force, Noble Anvil, 

1997 Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, Community College of the Air Force, Eagle Grant Recipient.

2000 - 2010:[edit]

Corporate employment in [Springs]with various companies offering services, and merchandise in the business segments of Death Services (SCI, CMI), Temporary Labor (Select (CA), Primesource Staffing/Protocol), and Records Management (DVCS, IM). .

Post 2010:[edit]

In 2010 Eric was also employed briefly with the Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau as a clerk supporting the Decennial Enumeration of several Counties in Southern Colorado. .

Recent Developments:[edit]

Eric later returned to work with the Federal Government and completed his 4 year degree.

2013 Bachelors Degree in Technical Management, DeVry University, School of Business Management, Magna cum Laude.

Founder of Genedocs:[edit]

In 2008 Eric decided to merge all of his genealogical improvements and legacy preservation experience into a program for family researchers everywhere. He entitled it "Genedocs", designed the first logo and committed to a decade long adventure.

  • 2009 - Unveiling Series
  • 2010 - Herald Series
  • 2011 - Essence Series
  • 2012 - Leisure Series
  • 2013 - Panorama Series
  • 2014 - Opportunity Series

--Erjelle (talk) 23:26, 4 January 2014 (UTC)