Joh n G. Cronin the University of Houston. In 1980, Graves retired from the University of Houston and was made As- 1918-1988 sociate Professor of Physics Emeritus. He taught me- John (Jack) Cronin died in Skokie, Illinois on 13 March teorology at the University from 1976 to 1987. 1988 after a long illness. He began his meteorologi- Graves became a certified Consulting Meteorolo- cal career as a forecaster in the Army Air Corp in gist in 1980 and was active in research until his death. World War II after receiving training at Chanute Field. He was a past-president and past-secretary of the AMS After the war, Cronin worked as a forecaster for Pan Houston Chapter, which he helped keep active and American World Airways. From 1955 to 1960 he thriving through his constant care.—Joh n C. Freeman worked as a Senior Engineer for Cook Research Labs in Chicago. In 1960, he joined Aerometrics Corp. in Santa Barbara, California, and following that spent a Edward M. Vernon brief period with E. Bollay and Associates. Later, 1905-1988 Cronin worked for WTHR TV in Indianapolis as a Ed Vernon's meteorological career spanned the pe- forecaster and on-air meteorologist. In 1968 he joined
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