In Memoriam

In Memoriam ety, and the International Aviation Club. Sankey He returned to Washington, D.C., in 1946, where earned his B.S. in meteorology from The Florida State he was then head of the atmospheric electricity and University in 1968. He obtained an M.B.A. from West atomic physics sections in the Physics Division of the Coast University in 1981. NRL. In the latter position he developed and admin- Dave was 54 years old at the time of his death. His istered work in the fields of isotope separation, mass wife, Sheri, and his two daughters, Kyla, 22, and Sara, spectroscopy, and high-energy electron accelerators. 14, survive him.—Ken Leonard and John McCarthy. On 3 November 1947, Kinzer transferred to the me- teorological research section of the U.S. Weather Bu- reau, then led by Francis W. Reichelderfer. As is common in government and elsewhere, there were Gilbert DeForest Kinzer subsequen t reorganizations and administrative 1909-200 0 restructurings. In 1951, Kinzer became assistant direc- tor of the cloud physics section in the Physical Re- search Division of the Weather Bureau. In 1956, he Gilbert DeForest Kinzer, born in Armstrong, Illi- was appointed assistant to the director of the division, nois, on 2 November 1909, died in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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ety, and the International Aviation Club. Sankey He returned to Washington, D.C., in 1946, where earned his B.S. in meteorology from The Florida State he was then head of the atmospheric electricity and University in 1968. He obtained an M.B.A. from West atomic physics sections in the Physics Division of the Coast University in 1981. NRL. In the latter position he developed and admin- Dave was 54 years old at the time of his death. His istered work in the fields of isotope separation, mass wife, Sheri, and his two daughters, Kyla, 22, and Sara, spectroscopy, and high-energy electron accelerators. 14, survive him.—Ken Leonard and John McCarthy. On 3 November 1947, Kinzer transferred to the me- teorological research section of the U.S. Weather Bu- reau, then led by Francis W. Reichelderfer. As is common in government and elsewhere, there were Gilbert DeForest Kinzer subsequen t reorganizations and administrative 1909-200 0 restructurings. In 1951, Kinzer became assistant direc- tor of the cloud physics section in the Physical Re- search Division of the Weather Bureau. In 1956, he Gilbert DeForest Kinzer, born in Armstrong, Illi- was appointed assistant to the director of the division, nois, on 2 November 1909, died in

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