Gene Wylie Adams and stepchildren, and by his many friends. He made 1938-1992 his mark in the world and will not soon be forgotten. — Rex Megill. I have been asked to write a short memorial for Gene Editor's note: Reprinted with permission from Insights, Adams. This will, of neces- College of Science Alumni Newsletter, Utah State sity, be a rather personalized University, Winter 1992, Vol. 1, Issue 1. document. I have known Gene since 1966, a span of more than 25 years. I have had the privilege of knowing him as a student, employee, co-worker, sci- Henry E. Fleming entist, and most importantly, friend. 1931-1992 Gene was raised in a professional family in Ama- rillo, Texas. His father was a veterinarian. As a conse- Henry E. Fleming, a mathematician at the National quence, Gene knew a great deal about the care of Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Ser- animals and was not greatly attracted by the life. vice of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin- Gene's formal education started at Texas A&M, istration (NOAA/NESDIS) and its predecessor organi- progressed to Dartmouth, and was completed at the zations for 32 years, died on University of Colorado, where he earned
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Published: Apr 1, 1993
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