Walter Keith Henry the Scottish Rite KCCH 19th Degree Team; National 1919-1997 Sojourners, Inc.; St. Albans Lodge No. 1435; and Masonic Lodge No. 1300 AF & AM, receiving his 50- Walter Keith Henry, professor emeritus of meteo- year pin in November 1996. He held offices in the rology at Texas A&M University, died in his home Heroes of '76 and the Sons of the American Revolu- community on 13 January 1997. tion. At his retirement, he was awarded a plaque for Henry was born in Moberly, Missouri. He received distinguished service to the meteorological community his first degree in chemical engineering and a gradu- by the Men and Women of the Air Weather Service. ate degree in meteorology Keith is survived by his wife of nearly 54 years, from the University of Frances; three sons; two daughters-in-law; and three Chicago. His thesis con- grandchildren.—John F. Griffiths. cerned the linkage be- tween the southwest low Jose Pinto Peixoto and related trough move- ment 2200 km to the 1922-1996 northwest—later named "Henry' s Rule" by the Jose Pinto Peixoto, professor of meteorology and U.S. Weather Bureau. He director of the Geophysical Institute at the University served in the U.S. Air of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1997
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