William H. Pahl Jr.

March 20, 1991

William H. Pahl Jr., assistant chief bridge engineer for Greiner Inc., in Timonium, died Saturday of cancer at his home on Hillgreen Circle in Cockeysville. He was 66.

Services for Mr. Pahl were being held today at the Evans funeral establishment, 2325 York Road.

He had worked for Greiner, a consulting engineering firm, since 1962 on railroad bridges and facilities, highway bridges, including reconstruction on the Jones Falls Expressway, and port facilities, including expansion of an automobile pier in Baltimore Harbor.

He was a member of the American Railroad Engineering Association and the American Road and Transportation Builders Association.

Born in Lincoln, Neb., he was reared there and in the Philadelphia area and in Baltimore.

He was named to the Order of the Arrow as an adult leader of Boy Scout units at Calvary Lutheran Church in Hamilton, where he lived for many years.

He is survived by his wife, the former Marion McAdams; two sons, Marine Corps Gunnery Sgt. William W. Pahl of the Glenview Naval Air Station and Richard L. Pahl of Baltimore; a daughter, Lynn Chilton of Baltimore; a brother, Herbert B. Pahl of Gaithersburg; and three grandchildren.

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