Armand R. laccheo experiencing droughts. Some newspapers named him 1923-2000 the "rain maker." He was quick to make them aware cloud seeding was no magic but a scientific method It is with great sadness that we announce the death of inducing precipitation. He was also very instrumen- of Armand laccheo on 25 May 2000. He will be missed tal in developing custom weather forecasts for the gas by the meteorological community across the country. and electric utility industry. laccheo was born on 24 April 1923, in New York For a brief period of time, from August 1968 to City. In his early teens, he and his family moved to January of 1970, laccheo and his family moved to San Francisco. He began his college education at the Connecticut. He began a new position at Travelers University of California, Berkeley. Before he had com- Research Company, a subsidiary of Travelers Insur- pleted his studies for a degree, laccheo enlisted in the ance. He found his new career in research exciting and U.S. Air Force the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor. exhilarating. A year and a half later, laccheo's replace- He was trained by the air force as a
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 2000
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