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necrologies were Ken Spengler, Cliff Spohn, and Phil Gillansen. Richard Murray Gill As an MIT student he met Lt. Gen. Thomas S. 1915-1994 Moorman, who had been sent to MIT to study long- range weather forecasting with Hurd Willett. Since Richard Murray Gill, world-class runner, a practic- then, Gill and Moorman were close friends. ing meteorologist for 50 years, a military leader, and Gill's first AAC duty was at Mitchell Field on Long late r a director for Island, convenient to downtown Manhattan. These weathertelevision, died were his carefree bachelor days, as well as the 23 March 1994 in Colo- foundation of his economi c prowess. Several of his BC rado Springs, Colo- buddies now were experienced Wall Streeters and rado. His military and they advised and coached him to put a portion of his civilian careers were pay into Ma Bell and IBM stocks. In subsequen t years, wide ranging yet made he continued to build on that foundation. one by his singular na- For the next three and a half years, Gill became the ture. After being the AA C control officer for the 2nd and 25th Weather military commandan t of Regions, covering the northeast quarter of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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were Ken Spengler, Cliff Spohn, and Phil Gillansen. Richard Murray Gill As an MIT student he met Lt. Gen. Thomas S. 1915-1994 Moorman, who had been sent to MIT to study long- range weather forecasting with Hurd Willett. Since Richard Murray Gill, world-class runner, a practic- then, Gill and Moorman were close friends. ing meteorologist for 50 years, a military leader, and Gill's first AAC duty was at Mitchell Field on Long late r a director for Island, convenient to downtown Manhattan. These weathertelevision, died were his carefree bachelor days, as well as the 23 March 1994 in Colo- foundation of his economi c prowess. Several of his BC rado Springs, Colo- buddies now were experienced Wall Streeters and rado. His military and they advised and coached him to put a portion of his civilian careers were pay into Ma Bell and IBM stocks. In subsequen t years, wide ranging yet made he continued to build on that foundation. one by his singular na- For the next three and a half years, Gill became the ture. After being the AA C control officer for the 2nd and 25th Weather military commandan t of Regions, covering the northeast quarter of

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Published: Jul 1, 1994

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