1920--21 Robert DeC. Ward* 1956--57 Robert D. Fletcher* 1982 Richard E. Hallgren 1922--23 Sir Frederick Stupart* 1958--59 Sverre Petterssen* 1983 Earl G. Droessler 1924--25 Willis I. Milham* 1960--61 Thomas F. Malone 1984 Eugene W. Bierly 1926--27 Charles F. Marvin* 1962--63 Morris Neiburger* 1985 Clifford J. Murino 1928--29 William J. Humphreys* 1964--65 Philip D. Thompson* 1986 Joseph Smagorinsky 1930--31 John Patterson* 1966--67 Louis J. Battan* 1987 Albert J. Kaehn, Jr. 1932--33 Herbert H. Kimball* 1968 Verner E. Suomi* 1988 Roscoe R. Braham, Jr. 1934--35 Isaac M. Cline* 1969 George S. Benton* 1989 Joanne Simpson 1936--37 Joseph B. Kincer* 1970 Eugene Bollay 1990 James R. Mahoney 1938 Willis R. Gregg* 1971 Alfred K. Blackadar 1991 William D. Bonner 1938--39 Robert E. Horton* 1972 Richard J. Reed 1992 Donald R. Johnson 1940-41 Francis W. Reichelderfer* 1973 William W. Kellogg 1993 Robert T. Ryan 1942-43 Edward H. Bowie* 1974 David S. Johnson 1994 Warren M. Washington 1943 Bernhard Haurwitz* 1975 David Atlas 1995 David D. Houghton 1944--45 Carl-Gustaf A. Rossby* 1976 Charles L. Hosier 1996 Paul D. Try 1946--47 Henry G. Houghton* 1977 Werner A. Baum* 1997 Ronald D. McPherson 1948--49 Howard T. Orville* 1978 George P. Cressman 1998 Eugene M. Rasmusson 1950--51 Donald N. Yates* 1979 Chester W. Newton 1999 George L. Frederick, Jr. 1952--53 Horace R. Byers* 1980 Robert M. White 2000 James F. Kimpel 1954--55 Arthur F. Merewether* 1981 Robert G. Fleagle ^Deceased Contributions and Bequests to the Society Since its establishment in 1919, the American Me- There are several ways of giving to the Society. teorological Society has benefited from the generos- The most frequent and simple way is a direct gift of ity of individuals and firms who have made contribu- cash or securities. A donor wishing to make a bequest tions and bequests to the Society. is encouraged to consult an attorney. Gifts to the Resources have been made available for scholar- Society are deductible for the purpose of calculating ships, for awards in recognition of outstanding contri- income and estate taxes to the extent provided in butions to the atmospheric and related sciences, and for those laws for gifts and bequests to tax-exempt or- general support of the Society's scientific and educa- ganizations. tional programs. Some scholarships and awards have Inquiries concerning contributions and bequests taken the form of memorials of deceased members. should be directed to Stephanie Armstrong, Director The Society encourages gifts and bequests. Donors of Development, AMS, 45 Beacon St., Boston, MA may designate the purpose for which a contribution is 02108-3693; phone: 617-227-2426 ext. 235. made, subject to the approval of the Council. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society
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Published: Aug 1, 2001
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