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Suggested Citation:"Appendix." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Memorial Tributes: Volume 10. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10403.
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APPENDIX

Members

Elected

Born

Deceased

Frederic W. Albaugh

1978

April 17, 1913

February 22, 1999

Harvey O. Banks

1973

March 29, 1910

September 22, 1996

Melvin L. Baron

1978

February 27, 1927

March 5, 1997

Milo C. Bell

1968

June 4, 1905

April 21, 1998

J. Lewis Blackburn

1997

October 2, 1913

February 23, 1997

J. Keith Brimacombe

1997

December 7, 1943

December 16, 1997

Gordon S. Brown

1965

August 30, 1907

August 23, 1996

John D. Caplan

1973

March 5, 1926

April 27, 1998

Wallace L. Chadwick

1965

December 4, 1897

June 5, 1996

Julian D. Cole

1976

April 2, 1925

April 17, 1999

Alfred R. Cooper, Jr.

1996

January 1, 1924

December 13, 1996

Georges A. Deschamps

1978

October 18, 1911

June 20, 1998

J. Presper Eckert

1967

April 9, 1919

June 3, 1995

Howard W. Emmons

1965

August 30, 1912

November 20, 1998

Eugene G. Fubini

1966

April 19, 1913

August 5, 1997

Donald F. Galloway

1984

March 22, 1913

December 21, 1996

H. Joseph Gerber

1982

April 7, 1924

August 8, 1996

Edward L. Ginzton

1965

December 27, 1915

August 13, 1998

André Y. Giraud

1977

April 3, 1925

July 27, 1997

John V. N. Granger

1975

September 14, 1918

December 1, 1997

John E. Gray

1992

April 13, 1922

October 20, 1997

Richard W. Hamming

1980

February 11, 1915

January 7, 1998

N. Bruce Hannay

1974

February 9, 1921

June 2, 1996

Clair A. Hill

1992

April 20, 1909

April 11, 1998

Nicholas J. Hoff

1965

January 3, 1906

August 4, 1997

Hoyt C. Hottel

1974

January 15, 1903

August 18, 1998

George R. Irwin

1977

February 26, 1907

October 9, 1998

Burgess H. Jennings

1977

September 12, 1903

June 6, 1996

Robert A. Laudise

1980

September 2, 1930

August 20, 1998

Hans List

1989

April 30, 1896

September 10, 1996

Harvard Lomax

1987

April 18, 1922

May 1, 1999

Albert G. Mumma

1976

June 2, 1906

July 15, 1997

Ryoichi Nakagawa

1990

April 27, 1913

July 30, 1998

Kenneth D. Nichols

1968

November 13, 1907

February 21, 2000

Franklin F. Offner

1990

April 5, 1911

May 1, 1999

John R. Philip

1995

January 18, 1927

June 26, 1999

Otto H. Schmitt

1979

April 6, 1913

January 7, 1998

Judith A. Schwan

1982

April 16, 1925

March 19, 1996

Joseph F. Shea

1971

September 5, 1926

February 14, 1999

Robert S. Silver

1979

March 13, 1913

April 21, 1997

Werner Stumm

1991

October 8, 1924

April 14, 1999

Suggested Citation:"Appendix." National Academy of Engineering. 2002. Memorial Tributes: Volume 10. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10403.
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Members

Elected

Born

Deceased

Victor G. Szebehely

1982

August 10, 1921

September 13, 1997

Hans J. P. von Ohain

1980

December 13, 1911

March 13, 1998

Elmer P. Wheaton

1967

August 15, 1909

December 28, 1997

Eugene C. Whitney

1986

August 26, 1913

March 22, 1998

Frank Whittle

1979

June 1, 1907

August 8, 1996

F. Karl Willenbrock

1975

July 19, 1920

August 24, 1995

Chia-Shun Yih

1980

July 25, 1918

April 25, 1997

Charles A. Zraket

1991

January 9, 1924

December 3, 1997

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This is the 10th Volume in the series Memorial Tributes compiled by the National Academy of Engineering as a personal remembrance of the lives and outstanding achievements of its members and foreign associates. These volumes are intended to stand as an enduring record of the many contributions of engineers and engineering to the benefit of humankind. In most cases, the authors of the tributes are contemporaries or colleagues who had personal knowledge of the interests and the engineering accomplishments of the deceased. Through its members and foreign associates, the Academy carries out the responsibilities for which it was established in 1964.

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