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necrologies 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 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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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

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