The work of 1995 J. Shipman Gold Medal recipient Paul K. Moffat, C.P.M., has probably touched all of our lives. We see his work daily in the coins in our pocket. If any of these coins are dated after 1965, they're a composite-clad metal of copper and nickel. The conversion to produce these metal clad coins by Texas Instruments was successful due in large part to Moffat's procurement responsibilities. He served as materials manager and advanced to business manager for the group/division of Texas Instruments which was responsible for converting 95 million tons of silver coins to 95 million tons of copper-nickel-clad coins in a two-year time frame.
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