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necrologies Russell C. Grubb career ladder from chief of regional operations to 1908-1992 budget officer and then to assistant chief of the Bureau for Administration. In the latter position, he played a Russell C. Grubb, significant role in planning and restructuring service programs to take advantage of new technologies and former assistant chief scientific applications. In 1962, Grubb was awarded (administration) of the Department of Commerce Silver Medal for merito- the U.S. Weather Bu- reau, died 4 Septem- rious service, the first time this award—ordinarily ber 1992 in San Di- reserved for specific scientific or technical achieve- ego, California. His ment—recognized administrative achievement. 43-year career with He is survived by his son Charles and daughter-in- the weather service, law Joanne, three grandsons, and two great-grand- 29 years of which sons.—Robert H. Simpson. were in managerial or senior executive positions, literally Stanley P. Hayes spanned the era of technological explosion that rock- 1944-1992 eted weather science from weather kites to satellites, and from forecasts by extrapolation to prediction by TOGA [Tropical Oceans and Global Atmosphere digital computers. His role during this transition is only project] lost one of its most distinguished scientists partly reflected in the fact that during his tenure http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Russell C. Grubb career ladder from chief of regional operations to 1908-1992 budget officer and then to assistant chief of the Bureau for Administration. In the latter position, he played a Russell C. Grubb, significant role in planning and restructuring service programs to take advantage of new technologies and former assistant chief scientific applications. In 1962, Grubb was awarded (administration) of the Department of Commerce Silver Medal for merito- the U.S. Weather Bu- reau, died 4 Septem- rious service, the first time this award—ordinarily ber 1992 in San Di- reserved for specific scientific or technical achieve- ego, California. His ment—recognized administrative achievement. 43-year career with He is survived by his son Charles and daughter-in- the weather service, law Joanne, three grandsons, and two great-grand- 29 years of which sons.—Robert H. Simpson. were in managerial or senior executive positions, literally Stanley P. Hayes spanned the era of technological explosion that rock- 1944-1992 eted weather science from weather kites to satellites, and from forecasts by extrapolation to prediction by TOGA [Tropical Oceans and Global Atmosphere digital computers. His role during this transition is only project] lost one of its most distinguished scientists partly reflected in the fact that during his tenure

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Published: Jul 1, 1993

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