officer of the Weather Bureau's First Region with Lloy d E. Brotzman headquarters at Idlewood Airport, New York. His re- 1902-198 8 sponsibilities included the administrative manage- Lloyd E. Brotzman—affectionately known as "Brotz" ment of all Weather Bureau offices and stations in 15 by his friends and colleagues—passed away from states in the northeastern part of the country from pneumonia at Towson, Maryland on 2 February Maine to South Carolina. When the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Brotzman was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, on 18 Administration was formed in 1963 the Weather Bu- April 1903 with "weather" in his blood. His father reau became the National Weather Service with a was a career employee of the Weather Bureau and much enlarged technical mission delegated to the re- retired with distinction as meteorologist-in-charge of gions. Brotzman was named Deputy Regional Direc- the Pittsburg office about 1946. It was not surprising tor—a position he held until his retirement in 1966. that Brotz joined the Weather Bureau's Battery Station Brotzman was a member of the American Mete- in 1923 as a junior observer. There he participated orological Society, the American Geophysical Soci- in the various activities of the station but the high- ety,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1990
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