Frank Byron Rowlett, 90, one of four who started the...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

July 05, 1998

Frank Byron Rowlett, 90, one of four who started the Army's Signal Intelligence Service in 1930, died Monday at a nursing home in Gaithersburg. Trained to be a mathematics teacher with knowledge of chemistry, physics, Latin and German, he made important contributions to the nation's Signal Intelligence and Security System in World War II.

Pub Date: 7/05/98

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