necrologies

necrologies meteorology and oceanography, including the books William J. Kotsch Heavy Weather Guide and Weather for the Mariner; 1918-199 4 as well as numerous magazine and technical journal articles. Rear Admiral William Kotsch was a Fellow of the AMS, a former member J. Kotsch, former com- of the board of trustees of Tusculum College, and a mander of the Naval Counselor of the AMS. Weather Service Com- His military awards include the Legion of Merit and mand, an antecedent of a gold star in lieu of a second award. the current Naval Me- Kotsch is survive d by his wife, Elizabeth of Crofton, teorology and Ocean- Maryland; a daughter, Deborah Kotsch Imhoff of San ograph y Command, Francisco; a son, Christopher of Crofton; and two died on 11 January 1994 grandchildren.—T. V. Fredian. in Fredericksburg, Vir- ginia. He wa s the navy's first meteorological specialist selected for flag rank. Kotsch graduated from Tusculum College in Lloyd H. Magar Greenville, Tennessee, and attended the Massachu- 1910-199 4 setts Institute of Technology, where he received his graduate meteorological training. He also holds an Lloyd H. Magar died on 11 February 1994 in Salt M.S. degree in international relations from Boston Lake City, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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meteorology and oceanography, including the books William J. Kotsch Heavy Weather Guide and Weather for the Mariner; 1918-199 4 as well as numerous magazine and technical journal articles. Rear Admiral William Kotsch was a Fellow of the AMS, a former member J. Kotsch, former com- of the board of trustees of Tusculum College, and a mander of the Naval Counselor of the AMS. Weather Service Com- His military awards include the Legion of Merit and mand, an antecedent of a gold star in lieu of a second award. the current Naval Me- Kotsch is survive d by his wife, Elizabeth of Crofton, teorology and Ocean- Maryland; a daughter, Deborah Kotsch Imhoff of San ograph y Command, Francisco; a son, Christopher of Crofton; and two died on 11 January 1994 grandchildren.—T. V. Fredian. in Fredericksburg, Vir- ginia. He wa s the navy's first meteorological specialist selected for flag rank. Kotsch graduated from Tusculum College in Lloyd H. Magar Greenville, Tennessee, and attended the Massachu- 1910-199 4 setts Institute of Technology, where he received his graduate meteorological training. He also holds an Lloyd H. Magar died on 11 February 1994 in Salt M.S. degree in international relations from Boston Lake City,

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: May 1, 1994

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