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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX." National Academy of Engineering. 2017. Memorial Tributes: Volume 21. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24773.
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APPENDIX

Members Elected Born Deceased
Harold M. Agnew 1976 3/28/1921 9/29/2013
Harl P. Aldrich, Jr. 1984 6/21/1923 11/24/2014
Wm. Howard Arnold 1974 5/13/1931 7/16/2015
David Atlas 1986 5/25/1924 11/10/2015
Howard K. Birnbaum 1988 10/18/1932 1/23/2005
John A. Blume 1969 4/8/1909 3/1/2002
Stuart W. Churchill 1974 6/13/1920 3/24/2016
Wesley A. Clark 1999 4/10/1927 2/22/2016
William A. Clevenger 1990 9/12/1919 7/9/2009
Thomas B. Cook, Jr. 1981 8/28/1926 12/27/2013
J. Barry Cooke 1979 4/28/1915 4/21/2005
Alan Cottrell 1976 7/17/1919 2/15/2012
John P. Craven 1970 10/30/1924 2/12/2015
Charles Crussard 1976 6/24/1916 1/14/2008
Robert G. Dean 1980 11/1/1930 2/28/2015
Thomas F. Donohue 1994 8/24/1930 10/25/2014
Brian L. Eyre 2009 11/29/1933 7/28/2014
James L. Flanagan 1978 8/26/1925 8/25/2015
Robert L. Fleischer 1993 7/8/1930 3/3/2011
Renato Fuchs 1994 11/24/1942 9/7/2015
John H. Gibbons 1994 1/15/1929 7/17/2015
Andrew S. Grove 1979 9/2/1936 3/21/2016
George H. Heilmeier 1979 5/22/1936 4/21/2014
David G. Hoag 1979 10/11/1925 1/19/2015
John H. Horlock 1988 4/19/1928 5/22/2015
Rik Huiskes 2005 12/18/1944 12/24/2010
James D. Idol, Jr. 1986 8/7/1928 7/15/2015
Donald G. Iselin 1980 9/5/1922 3/9/2012
J. Donovan Jacobs 1969 12/24/1908 8/26/2000
Mujid S. Kazimi 2012 11/20/1947 7/1/2015
Doris Kuhlmann-Wilsdorf 1994 2/15/1922 3/25/2010
Walter B. LaBerge 1987 3/29/1924 7/16/2004
William J. LeMessurier 1978 6/12/1926 6/14/2007
Thomas M. Leps 1973 12/3/1914 4/23/2010
John L. Lumley 1991 11/4/1930 5/30/2015
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX." National Academy of Engineering. 2017. Memorial Tributes: Volume 21. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24773.
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Members Elected Born Deceased
Douglas C. MacMillan 1967 7/15/1912 10/26/2001
Charles E. Massonnet 1978 3/14/1914 4/4/1996
Hudson Matlock 1982 12/9/1919 10/8/2015
Walter G. May 1978 11/28/1918 2/18/2015
James W. Mayer 1984 4/24/1930 6/14/2013
Bramlette McClelland 1979 12/16/1920 4/14/2010
Edward J. McCluskey 1998 10/16/1929 2/13/2016
Douglas C. Moorhouse 1982 2/24/1926 3/14/2012
John W. Morris 1979 9/10/1921 8/20/2013
George E. Mueller 1967 7/16/1918 10/12/2015
Haydn H. Murray 2003 8/31/1924 2/4/2015
Gerald Nadler 1986 3/12/1924 7/28/2014
F. Robert Naka 1997 7/18/1923 12/21/2013
Gerald T. Orlob 1992 7/4/1924 3/23/2015
Yih-Hsing Pao 1985 1/19/1930 6/18/2013
Eugene J. Peltier 1979 3/28/1910 2/13/2004
Courtland D. Perkins 1969 12/27/1912 1/6/2008
Egor P. Popov 1976 2/6/1913 4/19/2001
William N. Poundstone 1977 8/12/1925 7/3/2015
Simon Ramo 1964 5/7/1913 6/27/2016
Norman C. Rasmussen 1977 11/12/1927 7/18/2003
Eugene M. Rasmusson 1999 2/27/1929 3/22/2015
Denis Rooke 1987 4/2/1924 9/2/2008
Steven B. Sample 1998 11/29/1940 3/29/2016
Roger A. Schmitz 1984 10/22/1934 10/11/2013
Oleg D. Sherby 1979 2/9/1925 11/9/2015
Joel S. Spira 1994 3/1/1927 4/8/2015
Jin Wu 1995 4/9/1934 1/14/2008
Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX." National Academy of Engineering. 2017. Memorial Tributes: Volume 21. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24773.
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This is the 21st 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.

Under the charter of the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering was formed as a parallel organization of outstanding engineers. Members are elected on the basis of significant contributions to engineering theory and practice and to the literature of engineering or on the basis of demonstrated unusual accomplishments in the pioneering of new and developing fields of technology. The National Academies share a responsibility to advise the federal government on matters of science and technology. The expertise and credibility that the National Academy of Engineering brings to that task stem directly from the abilities, interests, and achievements of our members and foreign associates, our colleagues and friends, whose special gifts we remember in this book.

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