Robert G. Beebe as Beebe's office in Kansas City and they had several 1915-1994 conversations since Truman was interested in weather. Before the Truman Library was opened, Beebe had a Robert G. Beebe, two-hour visit with the former president. Among other noted researcher and things, Truman talked about the decision to drop two operational meteorolo- atomic bombs on Japan in 1945. gist in both the private In 1966 the Weather Bureau asked Beebe to take and public sector, died on a special consultant position as an assistant to the 28 January 1994 in Weather Bureau director in Washington and the Beebes Cheyenne, Wyoming. moved to Silver Spring, Maryland. In his absence, His last professional po- Midwest Weather Service got into financial trouble sition was that of me- and it was sold in 1969. In 1970 he transferred from teorologist in charge of the National Weather Service Washington to the Weather Bureau's regional office in Forecast Office in Cheyenne. Kansas City. When the National Weather Service (name changed Born in Nemaha County, Nebraska, on 24 February in 1971) began establishing state forecast offices, 1915, Beebe was raised on a farm near Kanorado, Beebe applied for and was accepted to establish
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Published: Sep 1, 1994
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