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September 21, 1992
BALTIMOREFor more Baltimore convention information, call the Baltimore Area Convention and Visitors Association at 659-7300 (local) or (800) 343-3468 (outside Maryland).* SEPT. 22-24: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, International Test Conference, at Convention Center. Contact Alan Hoover, 411 Deep Wood Cove, Fort Wayne, Ind. 46845. Expected attendance: 3,000.* SEPT. 27-30: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Manufacturers Symposium, at Hyatt Regency. Contact Bill Moody, 2529 Eaton Road, Wilmington, Del. 19810.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 11, 2013
Stanley J. Andrzejewski Sr., a retired electronics engineer who survived the nearly ill-fated assault on Italy's Mount Belvedere during World War II, died Thursday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 88. The son of a plumber-prize fighter and a homemaker, Stanley Joseph Andrzejewski Sr. was born in Baltimore and raised at 1612 Thames St. in Fells Point. In 1943, Mr. Andrzejewski dropped out of Patterson High School and enlisted in the Army, and after completing basic training, decided to join the men of the 10th Mountain Division, who were known as "soldiers on skis" and whose training facility was near Vail, Colo.
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June 8, 1998
June 9-12 Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, microwave theory and techniques conference. Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Steven Stitzer, 410-765-7348. Expected attendance 7,000June 16-20 National Athletic Trainers Association national convention. Convention Center. Contact: Marilyn McGuier, 214-637-6282. Expected attendance 5,000June 26-28 Construction Specifications Institute, Convention Center. Contact: Lizabeth Lear, 703-684-0300. Expected attendance 9,000Pub Date: 6/08/98
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
William C. Farrell Jr., a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. executive, died Sept. 4 of complications from renal failure at his Annapolis home. He was 87. The son of a C&P telephone installer and a homemaker, William Charles Farrell Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised on Fairmount Avenue. After graduating in 1943 from Polytechnic Institute, he briefly attended the Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering before enlisting in the Army that year. Mr. Farrell served with the Signal Corps and was initially assigned to Squire Laboratories Inc. in Revere, Mass., before completing tours of duty in Europe and Japan.
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March 3, 2003
George McGee Jr., a retired Westinghouse supervisor, died of coronary disease Feb. 23 at Howard County General Hospital. The Catonsville resident was 73. He retired in 1993 from Westinghouse Electric Corp., where he had worked since 1961, serving in management and supervisory capacities in the field engineering services division. He worked at Westinghouse operations in Annapolis, Baltimore and Hunt Valley and also spent time in Tehran, Iran. Born in Wilmington, Del., he earned a degree in biology from the University of Delaware and a master's from the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 17, 2011
Samuel A. Rittenhouse, an electrical engineer who had been general manager of engineering for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., died Aug. 8 of renal failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Blakehurst retirement community resident was 93. Mr. Rittenhouse was born in Baltimore and raised on Calvert Street. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1934, he earned an electrical engineering degree in 1937 from the Johns Hopkins University. During World War II, he served with the Army in the Pacific.
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June 15, 1993
Carl W. Watchorn, a retired electrical engineer and expert on the economics of power generating systems who had worked for a Pennsylvania utility headquartered in Baltimore, died June 8 at Northwest Hospital Center in Randallstown. He was 93.Mr. Watchorn had lived in the Fairhaven Retirement Community in Sykesville for about seven years.He worked for the General Electric Co. and the New York Edison Co. before moving to the Baltimore area in the late 1920s to work for the Pennsylvania Water and Power Co.In 1940, he became a registered professional engineer in Maryland.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2012
William C. Farrell Jr., a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. executive, died Sept. 4 of complications from renal failure at his Annapolis home. He was 87. The son of a C&P telephone installer and a homemaker, William Charles Farrell Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised on Fairmount Avenue. After graduating in 1943 from Polytechnic Institute, he briefly attended the Johns Hopkins University's Whiting School of Engineering before enlisting in the Army that year. Mr. Farrell served with the Signal Corps and was initially assigned to Squire Laboratories Inc. in Revere, Mass., before completing tours of duty in Europe and Japan.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | February 10, 1994
Ferdinand Hamburger Jr., a retired professor and chairman of the department of electrical engineering at Johns Hopkins University who established the university's archives that later were named for him, died Monday of Parkinson's disease at Church Home where he had been a resident since 1987.Dr. Hamburger, who was 89, joined the faculty in 1931 and focused his research on radio transmission and reception. He also taught courses in the theory of radio, electron tubes, electricity and magnetism.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | August 17, 2011
Samuel A. Rittenhouse, an electrical engineer who had been general manager of engineering for Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., died Aug. 8 of renal failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The longtime Blakehurst retirement community resident was 93. Mr. Rittenhouse was born in Baltimore and raised on Calvert Street. After graduating from Polytechnic Institute in 1934, he earned an electrical engineering degree in 1937 from the Johns Hopkins University. During World War II, he served with the Army in the Pacific.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | September 14, 2010
John Alfred Aldrich, a retired electronics engineer and avid sailor, died Saturday of pulmonary fibrosis at the William Hill Manor retirement community in Easton. He was 87. The son of a Bethlehem Steel Corp. chief naval draftsman and a homemaker, Mr. Aldrich was born in Baltimore and raised in Hamilton. After graduating from the Polytechnic Institute in 1940, he attended Lafayette College in Easton, Pa., for a year. He attended the Coast Guard Academy in New London, Conn.
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February 23, 2004
Charles R. "Pete" Rogers, a retired electronics engineer who worked for the National Security Agency, died Tuesday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center of injuries suffered in an automobile accident in Columbia. The Ellicott City resident was 76. Mr. Rogers was born in Baltimore and attended public schools before leaving high school to enlist in the Navy in 1945. He served aboard the USS Princeton during World War II and received an honorable discharge as a seaman second-class in 1946. He completed high school after returning from the Navy.
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March 3, 2003
George McGee Jr., a retired Westinghouse supervisor, died of coronary disease Feb. 23 at Howard County General Hospital. The Catonsville resident was 73. He retired in 1993 from Westinghouse Electric Corp., where he had worked since 1961, serving in management and supervisory capacities in the field engineering services division. He worked at Westinghouse operations in Annapolis, Baltimore and Hunt Valley and also spent time in Tehran, Iran. Born in Wilmington, Del., he earned a degree in biology from the University of Delaware and a master's from the Johns Hopkins University.
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June 8, 1998
June 9-12 Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, microwave theory and techniques conference. Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Steven Stitzer, 410-765-7348. Expected attendance 7,000June 16-20 National Athletic Trainers Association national convention. Convention Center. Contact: Marilyn McGuier, 214-637-6282. Expected attendance 5,000June 26-28 Construction Specifications Institute, Convention Center. Contact: Lizabeth Lear, 703-684-0300. Expected attendance 9,000Pub Date: 6/08/98
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | September 13, 1994
Wilbur Roy "Bill" Bevan, a retired electronics engineer and amateur radio operator, died Wednesday of respiratory failure at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Crownsville resident was 80.He worked on numerous classified defense projects for Westinghouse Electric Corp. from 1953 until his retirement in 1976. From 1967 to 1969, he was the director of the University of Michigan's Mount Haleakala observatory in Hawaii.The native of Holton, Kan., lived briefly in Pennsylvania then moved to Hammond, Ind., where he completed high school in 1933.
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