Contributions and Bequests to the Society

Contributions and Bequests to the Society Paul D. Try Paul E. Waggoner Robert B. Wilhelmson Alfred H. Woodcock** Ching-Yen Tsay Richard A. Wagoner Hurd C. Willett* Warren S. Wooster Paul F. Twitchell Roger M. Wakimoto Gareth P. Williams Oliver R. Wulf* Louis W. Uccellini John E. Wallace* Philip Williams, Jr.* Carl Wunsch Martin A. Uman John M. Wallace Roger Terry Williams Morton G. Wurtele William W. Vaughan John E. Walsh, Jr. David L. Williamson John C. Wyngaard Donald L. Veal David Q. Wark Hugh Edward Willoughby Klaus Wyrtki Joseph Vederman Warren M. Washington John W. Wilson Michio Yanai Anandu D. Vernekar Peter John Webster Larry F. Wilson Donald N. Yates* Dayton G. Vincent Helmut K. Weickmann* Jay S. Winston John A. Young Harry A. Volkman James A. Weinman George A. Winterling Susan F. Zevin William S. von Arx* Fred D. White* Warren J. Wiscombe John W. Zillman Thomas H. Vonder Haar Robert M. White Paul M. Wolff Edward J. Zipser Bernard Vonnegut* Aksel C. Wiin-Nielsen Eric F. Wood Dusan S. Zrnic Valerie Voss Thomas T. Wilheit Since its establishment in 1919, the American Me- There are several ways of giving to the Society. teorological Society has benefited from the generos- The most frequent and simple way is a direct gift of ity of individuals and firms who have made contribu- cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a bequest tions and bequests to the Society. is encouraged to consult an attorney. Gifts to the Resources have been made available for scholar- Society are deductible for the purpose of calculating ships, for awards in recognition of outstanding contri- income and estate taxes to the extent provided in butions to the atmospheric and related sciences, and for those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt or- general support of the Society's scientific and educa- ganizations. tional programs. Some scholarships and awards have Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests taken the form of memorials of deceased members. should be directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Execu- The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors tive Director, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA may designate the purpose for which a contribution is 02108-3693. made, subject to the approval of the Council. 1840 Vol. 81 No. 8, August 2000 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Paul D. Try Paul E. Waggoner Robert B. Wilhelmson Alfred H. Woodcock** Ching-Yen Tsay Richard A. Wagoner Hurd C. Willett* Warren S. Wooster Paul F. Twitchell Roger M. Wakimoto Gareth P. Williams Oliver R. Wulf* Louis W. Uccellini John E. Wallace* Philip Williams, Jr.* Carl Wunsch Martin A. Uman John M. Wallace Roger Terry Williams Morton G. Wurtele William W. Vaughan John E. Walsh, Jr. David L. Williamson John C. Wyngaard Donald L. Veal David Q. Wark Hugh Edward Willoughby Klaus Wyrtki Joseph Vederman Warren M. Washington John W. Wilson Michio Yanai Anandu D. Vernekar Peter John Webster Larry F. Wilson Donald N. Yates* Dayton G. Vincent Helmut K. Weickmann* Jay S. Winston John A. Young Harry A. Volkman James A. Weinman George A. Winterling Susan F. Zevin William S. von Arx* Fred D. White* Warren J. Wiscombe John W. Zillman Thomas H. Vonder Haar Robert M. White Paul M. Wolff Edward J. Zipser Bernard Vonnegut* Aksel C. Wiin-Nielsen Eric F. Wood Dusan S. Zrnic Valerie Voss Thomas T. Wilheit Since its establishment in 1919, the American Me- There are several ways of giving to the Society. teorological Society has benefited from the generos- The most frequent and simple way is a direct gift of ity of individuals and firms who have made contribu- cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a bequest tions and bequests to the Society. is encouraged to consult an attorney. Gifts to the Resources have been made available for scholar- Society are deductible for the purpose of calculating ships, for awards in recognition of outstanding contri- income and estate taxes to the extent provided in butions to the atmospheric and related sciences, and for those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt or- general support of the Society's scientific and educa- ganizations. tional programs. Some scholarships and awards have Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests taken the form of memorials of deceased members. should be directed to: Richard E. Hallgren, Execu- The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors tive Director, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA may designate the purpose for which a contribution is 02108-3693. made, subject to the approval of the Council. 1840 Vol. 81 No. 8, August 2000

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