Joseph N. Cesaro 34, former member of the New York State Retired Trooper Association; Nov. 25, 2000.
Robert N. Greene Jr. 35, retired civil engineer at The Travelers, and WWII 343rd Army Corps of Engineers veteran; July 28, 2000.
Carl C. Donsbach 36, retired professor and chair of accounting at Siena College, active in professional and civic organizations; Dec. 7, 2000.
Thomas J. Fratar 36, retired PE and partner, Tippetts-Abbett-McCarthy-Stratton, fellow and former national director of ASME, and WWII Army veteran; March 15.
John S. Dufford 38, retired vice president, Texas Instruments, and former president, Longhorn Distributing; 2001.
Howard D. Herbert 38, retired superintendent, laboratory services, Textile Fibers Department, DuPont Co.; Oct. 25, 2000.
William P. Hofmann 39, M.C.E. 47, retired deputy chief engineer, N.Y.S. Department of Public Works Bureau of Soil Mechanics, and special engineer of the Manhattan Project; Dec. 11, 2000.
Robert C. Snyder 40, retired founder of Engineering Industries Inc. in Norway, Maine, former head of R&D at Flintkote Co., and decorated WWII Marine Corps veteran; Dec. 31, 2000.
Donald J. Stephens 40, retired architect and founder of D.J. Stephens Associates, and longtime board of education president in Berlin, N.Y., among other community service; March 29.
Roger MacPherson 43, president of Positive Variable Drive Corp., prolific inventor of automotive applications, and WWII Air Force veteran; May 1.
Paul E. Moench 43, retired materials engineer, GE Turbine Operations Division, and an outdoors enthusiast; July 14.
Robert L. Humphreys 47, retired assistant master mechanic, Bethlehem Steel Corp., active volunteer for the Boy Scouts and hospital, and WWII Navy veteran; May 17.
Edward J. LeBeau 47, retired quality information equipment manager for General Electric, active in civic organizations, and WWII Army Air Corps veteran; Dec. 10, 2000.
Robert E. Slothower 47, retired founder and president of Turbo Dynetics Inc., formerly with Air Research; April 17.
William H. Dearborn Jr. 50, retired director of international operations with the RCA Record Division, and WWII Army Air Force veteran; May 25.
Einar F. Iverson 50, former president, Ivey Industries Inc. of Springfield, Mass.; Jan. 20.
James M. Moore 50, retired professor at Virginia Tech, former county supervisor, active community member, Class of 50 correspondent and member of the Four Horsemen quartet, and decorated WWII Army veteran; Aug. 20.
George E. Berwanger 51, retired senior vice president of construction, Mellon Stuart Co. of Pittsburgh, and Navy veteran; Feb. 27.
W. Edwin Dill 52, retired vice president, Rox Drill Inc., and former senior mining geologist with Dunn Geoscience Corp.; March 15.
Peter R. Reda 52, of Harrison, N.Y., former production supervisor, Kalama Chemicals Inc.; April 2001.
Robert S. Browning Jr., M.S. 54, Ph.D. 62, retired section head, analytical chemistry, Sterling Winthrop Research Institute; Dec. 16, 2000.
James J. Paley 55, retired from Harris Corp., former engineer with General Electric and director of R&D with the N.Y.S. Division of Criminal Justice Services, and WWII Army Air Corps veteran; Nov. 16, 2000.
Robert V. Klint, M.M.E. 56, Ph.D. 59, retired engineer for General Electric, holder of more than 25 patents, a pilot, former scout leader and lay preacher; April 2.
Robert J. Dowling 57, retired director of fusion development and technology, U.S. Department of Energy, and Navy veteran; May 27.
Norris C. Olsen 57, retired director, international market, Caterpillar Inc., and very active in choral societies; May 30.
James W. Allison 58, M.M.E. 64, MBA 84, retired after 35 years in various management engineering capacities with Pratt & Whitney, and Air Force veteran; Dec. 20, 2000.
Frederick H. Klappmeier, Ph.D. 65, retired professor of chemistry at Russell Sage College, active in professional societies, and Army veteran; 2001.
George J. Troffer, M.S. 70, former project manager with Applied Management Engineering, PC, in Virginia Beach, Va., Sept. 15, 1999.
David R. Cherico, M.S. 86, former senior field engineer, Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, and member of the Connecticut Wildfire Team; April 3.
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