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The Morning Call June 26, 1985
Arthur F. He was the husband of Anne (Pallister) Gould. Gould, who joined the Lehigh faculty in 1947, retired last July, assuming the title of professor emeritus of industrial engineering. He received his bachelor of science degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a master of science degree from Lehigh.
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The Morning Call October 10, 2009
Paul A. Lentz, 81, of Phoebe Terrace, Allentown, formerly of Pennsville, Lehigh Township, died Friday, October 9, 2009 in his home. He was the husband of Mary Jane (Weber) Lentz since Aug. 7, 1999 and the late Grace (Martens) Lentz. Paul worked as a project manager for the Fuller Co., , for more than 10 years retiring in 1991. of the former Coplay Cement Co. and plant manager of the former Universal Atlas Portland Cement Co., Northampton.
Robert Thurstin, 67, Ex industrial Engineer And College Teacher
The Morning Call November 11, 1988
Robert B. Thurstin, 67, of 546 Evergreen Circle, Breinigsville, died Thursday in his home. He was the husband of Jean R. (Oberly) Thurstin. They observed their 40th wedding anniversary last Sunday. An industrial engineer at the former Western Electric Co., Allentown Works, he was a material handling and floor layout consultant for the entire plant. He retired in 1985 after 24 years of service. Crowder Jr. Latoff
The Morning Call February 10, 2008
Joseph R. Latoff, 73,
died Thursday, February 7, 2008, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Coatesville, son of the late A. Samuel and Helen Mae (George) Latoff. He and his wife, Joan Marie (DeAbreu) celebrated 51 years of marriage on February 2. After graduating fro S. in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University in Philadelphia, and earned his professional engineer license in 1966 while working at Mack Trucks Incorporated.
Robert E. Heiland, 77, Management Consultant And Industrial Engineer
The Morning Call June 16, 1998
Robert E. Heiland, 77, of Richlandtown Pike, Coopersburg, died Sunday, June 14, in Zohlman Nursing Home, Richlandtown. He was the husband of Irene H. (Horne) Heiland. They would have been married for 52 years this month. He was a principal consultant in management for Kurt Salmon Associates in the United States and other countries for 25 years before retiring in 1986. Previously, he was a chief industrial engineer for Wilkening Manufacturing Co. Groover has been elected vice president for publications and professional development of the Institute of Industrial Engineers. The institute is a non profit, international professional society of 43,000 members whose goal is productivity improvement through the design and installation of integrated systems of people, material, information, and energy. A senior member of the institute since 1969 and a fellow since 1987, Groover has held numerous leadership roles within the organization.
The Morning Call September 8, 1985
Leslie Ann Burke and Thomas Jeffrey Keisler exchanged wedding vows yesterday in St. Thomas More Catholic Church, Allentown. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Burke of Allentown and Mr. and Mrs. Marty Bova was maid of honor and Fred Taylor was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Keisler graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology. Mrs. Keisler, who holds a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, is employed by Allied Bendix Aerospace, Jacksonville,
Fla. Her husband has a bachelor’s degree in industrial management.