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pursue careers in engineering. He loved what he did and took great pleasure in sharing the joys and opportunities of engineering with students. He was particularly interested in helping minority young people to study engineering, and he spent many hours mentoring and tutoring them for that purpose. He was a kind and generous person who took great pride in his achievements and had a strong desire to see others be as accomplished and happy in their careers as he was in his. Howard resided in Washington, D.C., with his beloved wife, Evelyn.

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