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Obituary: Harry A. Dawsey

by Linda Wang
November 9, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 44

 

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Credit: Courtesy of the Dawsey family
Harry Dawsey

Harry A. Dawsey, 90, died on Oct. 3 , 2018, in Orrville, Ohio.

“Harry A. Dawsey served in the 9330th Technical Service Unit at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, during the Korean War. He worked on solid-propellant rocket fuel. At Reactive Metals in Ashtabula, Ohio, he conducted research on titanium, one of the metals used by the military for B-1 bombers and other aircraft. Harry also worked with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to address pollution of the air, soil, and Lake Erie waters.”—Caroline R. Markley, daughter

Most recent title: Chemist and superintendent of maintenance, Reactive Metals

Education: BS, chemistry, University of Toledo, 1950

Survivors: Daughter, Caroline R. Markley; sons, Harry and James

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