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45 Millennium - A Marquis Who’s Who Magazine ARTS, MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT played monthly on the pipe organ at the Wiltern Theater prior to commencing his engineering career with Honeywell International in 1977. He also performed regularly at the Busch-Reisinger Museum at Harvard University. Over the years, he worked for Northrop Grumman, Swedlow, Inc., Bosch Rexroth USA, Lisi Aerospace, TRW Automotive and UTC Aerospace Systems (nowRaytheon Industries) until retiring from engineering in 2014. He returned to his musical roots, serving as a freelance composer, arranger and pianist. Alongside his main duties, Mr. Kucij has been a licensed minister through the Baptist Church since 1982. He attended the SherwoodMusic Conservatory of Chicago and received a BA in music from California State Polytechnic University in 1978. Returning to school to adhere to his religious faith, he attended Maranatha Baptist Bible College and Central Baptist Theological Seminary and earned a ThM from Christian Bible College in 1983. He has served several ministries for over 35 years and was an assistant to pastors in Texas, Georgia, Wisconsin, Minnesota and California. Mr. Kucij was a music director and youth director for Covina Baptist Temple and a music leader and Bible teacher for Calvary Baptist Church. He maintains affiliation with the American Composer’s Forum, Christian Fellowship of Art Music Composers and Broadcast Music, Inc. He has composed and arranged in contemporary classical, pop, ballad, jazz, ragtime and boogie. His music is housed in libraries across the nation. Since 1993, Mr. Kucij has recorded through KRC Records. He has released four albums: “A Place Somewhere”, “LifeSongs”, “Kaleidoscope” and “Classical Gems,” as well as a recent single, which all can be found on music streaming and downloading platforms. He was named a 1989 Distinguished Alumnus of California State Polytechnic University. Please visit Dividing his career between three industries – music, engineering and ministry – Timothy Michael Kucij first entered the music industry as a child prodigy with his debut as an organist at 11 years old in Los Angeles. He won the Southern California Organ Competition in 1966 and the performers certificate in 1967. During the 1960s, he TIMOTHY MICHAEL KUCIJ COMPOSER, ARRANGER, PIANIST Claremont, CA