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Keith W. Mchenry Jr. *58

Published in June 1, 1994, issue

KEITH WELLES McHENRY died of cancer Jan. 21, 1994, at 65. Born in Champaign, Ill., his childhood was spent in West Allis, Wisc. He got his bachelor's in chemical engineering at the Univ. of Illinois, then came to Princeton. In 1955, he joined Amoco, where he remained until he retired last year as senior During his career, Dr. McHenry was honored many times, including election to the Nail. Academy of Engineers and appointment as a member of the board of advisors for the chemicalengineering departments at Princeton and the Univ. of Illinois. He was widely known as a lecturer, a philanthropic fundraiser (for the Univ. of Chicago School Mathematics Project), and a churchman (as a Presbyterian elder). He is survived by his widow, Dee, and two sons, Bill and John. To his family and friends, we extend our sympathy.

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