Norma n C . Taylo r 1943-199 7 mm NOT* X Norman C. "Chuck" The Bulletin relies on its readership for timely infor- Taylor, a meteorologist mation on chapter happenings, conferences, and with WHAS-TV in Louis- member updates. ville, Kentucky, died 14 • Chapter News Januar y 1997 in • Announcements Jeffersonville, Indiana. • About Our Members Taylor was a fixture in Louisville area broadcast- Submit contributions to Bulletin News Editor, AMS, ing for 20 years. Before joining WHAS-TV, Taylor 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA 02108-3693; fax 617- served as a forecaster for WTEV-TV in Providence, 742-8718; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Rhode Island, and prior to that, he provided similar ser- vices for WPRI-TV in Providence, and WBZ-TV in Boston, Massachusetts. Taylor began his broadcasting career at a radio sta- tion in Orange, Massachusetts. He left broadcasting to study weather radar research for the Massachusetts Editor's Note Institute of Technology (MIT). He was a member of AMS and held the AMS Television Seal of Approval. In addition to MIT, Taylor studied at Emerson Col- In the necrology for Jerome Namias (Bull. lege in Boston. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 78, 2900-2902), William Taylor was the primary weathercaster during the Nierenberg was inadvertently listed as John production of the movie Jaws. Nierenberg. The Bulletin staff regrets the error. Taylor is survived by one son, Jonathan.—Ken Schultz. • jf/temmia m 1909-1997 'SPtwlifi 1/.JVadecm ^ha/deb &. 1912-1997 1916-1997 1919-1997 Jf/W.M ^ SRxm 3t. 3feimicA 1924-1997 1913-1998 1915-1997 48 7 Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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Published: Mar 1, 1998
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