Richard D. Lyons Earl L. Kuehnast 1936-1990 1919-1990 The A.M.S. regrets that it must mark the passing of Earl L. Kuehnast, retired Minnesota State Climatolo- Richard D. Lyons, technical editor for the Bulletin and gist, who was long considered the weather expert in journals of the American Meteorological Society, who a state obsessed with weather, died of a brain tumor died of cancer in Boston, Massachusetts, on 11 May at home in Shoreview, Minnesota, on 31 May 1990. 1990. Lyons, who was both a valued friend and In March 1989 he faced the first diagnosis of two coworker to the employees of A.M.S., was a person- months to live with dignity. He went on to live an able and professional member of the editorial staff, and additional 14 months, which afforded him time in the a dedicated A.M.S. member for almost 30 years. He summer of 1989 to visit East Germany to see cousins joined headquarters staff in April 1984 as a technical in his ancestral village. He was accompanied by his editor for the society's seven journals and became the twin brother Irving, from Satellite Beach, Florida, and technical editor for the Bulletin in 1989. He ap- daughter,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Oct 1, 1990
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