A. Vaughn Havens survived by his wife, Charlotte (Stone) Havens; two 1922-1993 daughters, Eileen Freeman Roan of Bound Brook, New Jersey, and Patricia Thaxton of New York City; a A. Vaughn Havens, pro- brother, Edward of Virginia Beach, Virginia; a sister, fessor emeritus of meteo- Dorothy Besley of Jamesburg, New Jersey; and one rology at Cook College, grandson. Rutgers University, died at Memorial contributions may be made to the Scarlet Robert Wood Johnson Uni- R Club, Rutgers University, c/o Winants Hall, 7 Col- versity Hospital in New lege Ave., New Brunswick, NJ 08903.— Mark D. Brunswick, New Jersey, on Shulman. 21 January 1993. Havens was born in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Ottavio Vittori lived in New Brunswick, 1920-1993 Edison, and since 1967, Piscataway, New Jersey. He was a World War II veteran of the U.S. Army Air Professor Ottavio Vittori died on 1 January 1993 in Corps and a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War. Bologna, Italy. He was one of the founders of modern He retired as a lieutenant colonel. atmospheric physics research in Italy, particularly research related to cloud microphysics. Havens attended Rutgers University from 1940 to A graduate in physics from the University of Rome,
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Published: May 1, 1993
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