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The ASHRAE Tucson Chapter 2013-2014 season is about to begin and our first newsletter will be sent out next week. If you would like to have your business card displayed in our monthly newsletters for the 2013-2014 season please let us know as soon as you can. When you donate $150 or more to the ASHRAE Tucson Chapter, your business card will be added to the bottom of our newsletter.
Payment can be made by sending a check made out to "ASHRAE Tucson Chapter" to:
ASHRAE Tucson Chapter
C/O Robert Kunkel
5447 E. 5th St. #112
Tucson, AZ 85711
or via credit card online here: www.ashraetucson.org/newsletter-1/sponsor
We will now be posting our Chapter's meeting minutes on this website for download. The Meeting Minutes section is under the "About us" section in the green menu bar on the left of the website. Click here to view the available minutes to download: http://www.ashraetucson.org/about-us/meeting-minutes
Harry Benton "Ben" Glover Jr., born in Tucson on June 12, 1927 at the Stork's Nest, passed away December 25, 2011. He was a third generation Tucsonan whose grandfather packed mules for General Crook at Fort Lowell. As a child, Ben loved to visit San Diego and see his grandparents. He played the ukulele, the coronet, and the trombone in a swing band, appearing at the Blue Moon, and other disreputable locations. After graduating from Tucson High at age seventeen, he joined the Navy. He did his basic training in San Diego and then served in Chicago at a hospital from 1945-1947 (he said this experience was like the movie Captain Newman M.D.). He graduated from the U of A in 1951 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. In his career as an engineer, he was part of the team that built many of Tucson's major structures, including the U of A's Bioscience West, the Udall Center, and the Tucson Community Center. In essence he built his own monument. As a private consultant, he specialized in city pools and churches. He wanted kids to swim in comfort. Ben served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Arizona Historical Society for two terms from 1993-1998. Ben will be missed for his sense of humor and love of life. He was preceded in death by his wife, June Glover and his sister, Madeline Berkenpas. He is survived by his wife, Muriel Keegan-Glover of Tucson; his daughter, Derith (Tom) Glover-Meyer of Pembroke, Mass.; his son, Jeffrey Glover of San Diego; his daughter, Lorraine (Michael) Ray of Tucson and grandchildren, Neal Meyer, Kevin Meyer, Stephen Meyer, Charlie Meyer, and Julie Ray.