Alfred Hill Glenn Certifications and affiliations of Glenn's included 1921-200 0 Certified Consulting Meteorologist (1957) and Fellow of AMS, professional engineer (CE) (Louisiana #889, Alfred Hill Glenn was born 3 June 1921 in Yon- Texas #8363), and Fellow of the Royal Meteorologi- kers, New York. He died on 7 August 2000 at his fam- cal Society. ily home in Moorefield, Indiana. He was the son of Glenn's awards include the following: 1) Induction Earl R. and Mary Easley Glenn. in 1998 into the Offshore Energy Center Hall of Fame: Glenn founded A. H. Glenn and Associates in 1946 Technology Pioneer Award: Forces of Nature: Wind, in New Orleans, Louisiana. The company consults in Tide, Wave, and Current Hindcasting Awards, com- engineering applications of meteorology and ocean- memorating what Glenn had done for the offshore oil ography for the planning, design, and operation of industry; 2) Award for Outstanding Service to Meteo- coastal and offshore facilities for 111 countries, terri- rology by a Corporation, AMS, 1970; 3) Awar d for tories, and islands worldwide. It is the pioneer orga- Outstanding Contribution to the Advance of Applied nization in the field and will continue in business as Meteorology, AMS, 1962; 4)
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2000
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