John M. Alden through the New England Conservatory of Music, 1923-198 9 jh M Alden, chairman of 0 n majoring in violin. After graduation, she settled in Alden Electronics, Inc. of West- Scituate, Massachusetts, where she struggled to make borough, Massachusetts, a man- a living as a performer and private teacher against the ufacturer of weather-imaging adverse tides of the depression years. On e of her jobs recording equipment, died of was as soloist at the Unitarian Church in Scituate. cancer 13 December 1989 at Listening to the sermons every Sunday, she became his Needham home. He was 66. interested in Unitarianism, joined the church and re- mained a member all of her life. In the 1950s, as Alden presi- dent, he anticipated the impact of Whe n the war came, she joined the Navy. I first the digital computer and oversaw his firm's transition met her when we were part of a busload of WAVES on our way from basic training in New York to Navy from analog, hard-copy weather chart recorders to Aerographers School in Lakehurst, New Jersey. From computer-based weather data terminals. Lakehurst w e were transferred to a naval air station H e was also
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Apr 1, 1990
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