Bromley Receives Engineering Award

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October 21, 1990

Dony W. Bromley received the R. Warren Miller Award during ceremonies conducted at the Army Chemical Research Development and Engineering Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground.

Bromley, an engineering technician in the munitions directorate, was recognized for "his excellence in value engineering and for his significant contributions to the success of the CRDEC Value Engineering Program."

The award is dedicated to R. Warren Miller, a former chief of the value engineering element of the Chemical System Laboratory, the center's predecessor. It is presented to civilian or military employees whose accomplishments have made a significant contribution to the VEP.

He resides in Bel Air with his wife, Bonnie. They have four children.


Maj. Gen. (retired) Wesley Franklin, of Street, was elected president of the Harford County Unit of the American Cancer Society for 1990-1991.

He has been a volunteer for the society for the past 13 years and has served as chairman of several committees, including public affairs.

Other officers elected to the board of directors include Dan Cohen, vice-president; Becky Puente, treasurer; Carol Trager, secretary; and Mary Clair Abate, crusade chairwoman.

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