|John P. Kingman 28, retired supervising electronic engineer, U.S. Army Foreign Science and Technology Center, Class of 28 correspondent, and lieutenant colonel, Army Signal Corps; Dec. 16, 2001. Wilbur W. Teller 28, retired engineer for the Port Authority, and Navy veteran; Nov. 21, 2001. Howard B. Gates Jr. 29, whose construction engineering career took him around the world with Brown Engineers, among other companies, and Navy veteran; Oct. 25, 2001. Herbert A. Guerin 29, retired after 43-year career with Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.; Oct. 28, 2001. A. Clayton Scribner 29, retired from Ward Leonard Electric Co.; Nov. 14, 2001.
Harry B. Binder 32, retired dentist in Troy, N.Y., and WWII Army veteran; Sept. 14, 2001. George Phelps 32, retired executive vice president, the Times Mirror Co.; May 8, 1999. Carmine J. Romaniello 32, former owner, Romaniello Brothers, mechanical contractors, in Waterbury, Conn.; Aug. 30, 2001. Robert H. Hau 33, architect and construction evaluator for the U.S. government, who served a tour with the State Department in Panama; Dec. 25, 2001. John P. Poth 33, former engineer, aviation consultant, and antiques dealer; June 30, 2001. John O. Reid 33, former senior design engineer for Torwico Electronics, and Amos Eaton Patroon of Rensselaer; Jan. 4. John H. Cooper Jr. 34, Ph.D. 38, retired program manager, Heavy Military Electronics Division, General Electric Co., and Navy veteran; Nov. 19, 2001. Edward M. Davis 34, former vice president of manufacturing and co-inventor of Totes for the company SoLo Marx, former director of chemical development, Hilton-Davis Chemical Co., active in the Cincinnati community; Oct. 6, 2001. R. Sterling Holly 34, retired professional engineer with Combustion Engineer-Air Preheater; July 13, 2001.
Norman Raymond 35, retired senior engineer and administrator with Bendix Radio, and former accountant for state government; Nov. 13, 2001. Lionel M. Rodgers 35, retired vice president for engineering, Automatic Signal, patent holder for traffic signal devices, school board chairman, and railroad enthusiast; Aug. 2, 2001. Harry A. Downing 37, retired technical standards engineer, American Optical Corp., Oct. 8, 2001. Charles G. Andersen 39, retired manufacturing engineer for Sperry Gyroscope Co.; Nov. 9, 2001.
Elbert H. Van Houten 40, retired supervising engineer for General Telephone, retired lieutenant colonel, U.S. Army, and licensed amateur radio operator for 65 years; Oct. 12, 2001. Thomas A. Hughes 41, retired from General Precision Instruments/Singer Corp., and U.S. Army Air Corps veteran; Oct. 21, 2001. Charles A. Larson 41, retired vice president, Exxon Chemicals; Dec. 18, 2001. Andrew G. Nugent 41, retired from General Electric Co., longtime volunteer firefighter, fire commissioner, and WWII Army veteran; Dec. 23, 2001. William B. Kemp Jr. 42, retired chief scientist, Subsonic-Transonic Aerodynamic Division, NASA, and Distinguished Research Associate for wind-tunnel flight simulation; Oct. 8, 2001. Dr. John E. Kiley 42, nephrologist and pioneer in the field of kidney dialysis, former head of the Division of Kidney Diseases at Albany Medical College, and WWII Army veteran; Dec. 4, 2001.
Fortunato M. Figueroa 46, retired propulsion engineering specialist, Teledyne Ryan Aeronautical; Oct. 31, 2001. Byron K. Adams 47, retired from McGraw-Hill, a certified financial planner, and WWII Navy veteran; Nov. 25, 2001. Leslie W. Betge 47, of Murrells Inlet, S.C., retired electrical contractor; Feb. 14, 2001. Mark Dobbins 48, retired vice president of H.H. Robertson Steel Co., and WWII Navy veteran; Oct. 21, 2001. Arthur R. Larson 48, retired sales and marketing manager, Allegheny Ludlum Steel, and WWII Air Force veteran; Nov. 19, 2001.
Richard S. De Fries 51, retired physical metallurgist, Watervliet Arsenal; Dec. 25, 2001. Roger J. Fairfield 51, retired senior electrical engineer, Appalachian Power Co.; Sept. 1, 2001. David I. Johnston 51, retired senior executive with Hercules Inc., active in his community, and Army veteran; Nov. 1, 2001. John E. Eggleston 52, retired senior engineer and manager, IBM, longtime Scoutmaster, Class of 52 correspondent, and Korean War Army veteran; Feb. 9. Earl Bullis 53, president of Fairchild Financial Corp.; May 1998. James H. Carroll Jr. 53; former manager, environmental and safety engineers, USX Corp.; Jan. 12, 2001. William H. Desmond 53, former partner, Radcliffe, Ross, & Desmond, retired engineering consultant, Hartford Insurance Group, and Korean War veteran; Oct. 26, 2001. Richard P. Reichold 53, retired director of sales, Torrington Co., and WWII Navy veteran; Oct. 30, 2001.
Frank J. Cassella 54, former director of marketing, Hiler Industries; Oct. 15, 2001. Philip J. Gallagher Jr. 58, retired Northeast NY regional engineer, N.Y.S. Department of Transportation, May 19, 2001. Stephen M. Seelig 59, former partner, Glazer, Seelig & Glazer; Feb. 21, 1994.
Philip Alexander 61, former manager, Union Carbine Corp. and UCC Linde Division; Dec. 20, 2001. Joseph J. Falcetta 62, founder, JACE Chemical Corp., and former polymer science manager, Alcon Laboratories; Jan. 13, 2001. Eric K. Parks 62, distinguished scientist and physical chemistry researcher in the metal cluster chemistry group at Argonne National Laboratory; May 29, 2001. Bernard M. Fox, M.E.E. 64, former chairman, president, and CEO, Northeast Utilities, active on many corporate boards and community organizations; Nov. 25, 2001. John F. Matthews 67, former vice president, corporate real estate, for Warner Music Group, a division of AOL/Time Warner, and former associate partner, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Oct. 14, 2001. Manfred Wittler, M.E. 66, Ph.D. 68, former executive vice president, worldwide sales, Intergraph Europe Inc.; Oct. 12, 2001.
Frank Scott Samuel Jr. 72, M.E. 73, former advisory software engineer at IBM Corp.; July 2001. Kenneth H. Sullivan 73, M.S. 74, partner in The Ledges Golf Course, York, Maine, securities investor, and former senior vice president, Drexel Burnham Lambert Inc.; Nov. 24, 2001. Robin C. Morse 74, CEO of Morse Elevator in Hyde Park, N.Y.; March 13, 2001. Charles R. Genter II 75, M.S. 78, former staff research scientist for Bell Laboratories; Sept. 21, 2000. Bradford B. Stoler 78, president, Mr. Good-Parts Inc.; Sept. 27, 2001.
Carlos DaCosta 84, assistant general manager of building services with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, victim of the World Trade Center attacks (see Mail); Sept. 11, 2001.
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