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Henry Albert Pfisterer

Henry Albert Pfisterer, American educator, consultant engineer. Member Hamden Zoning and Planning Commission; Member Connecticut (past director), National societies professional engrs., American Society of Civil Engineers, American Concrete Institute, Connecticut Society Civil Engineers.

Background

  • Pfisterer, Henry Albert was born on June 11, 1908 in Hyde Park, New York, United States. Son of Albert G. and Louise (Beck) Pfisterer.

  • Education

    • C.E., Cornell Univercity, 1929. Master of Arts (honorary), Yale, 1957.

    Career

    • Instructor engineering Cornell Univercity, 1930-1933. Engineer National Park Service, 1934-1938, Wilcox & Erickson, 1939-1941. Assistant professor architecture Yale, 1941-1946, associate professor, 1946-1956, professor, 1956-1972.

      Construction engineering, New Haven, 1941-1972. Partner Wilcox, Erickson & Pfisterer, 1941-1950. Owner Henry A. Pfisterer, construction engineering, 1951-1972.

      Director New Haven Trap Rock Company.

    Works

    • Author: (with Harold Dana Hauf) Design of Steel Buildings, 1949.

    Membership

    Member Hamden Zoning and Planning Commission. Member Connecticut (past director), National societies professional engrs., American Society of Civil Engineers, American Concrete Institute, Connecticut Society Civil Engineers. Clubs: Quinnipiack.

    Connections

    • Married Hortense Marchessault, August 26, 1939. Children: Carole E., Charles H. A. Engineer.
    • father: Albert G. Pfisterer
    • mother: Louise (Beck) Pfisterer
    • spouse: Hortense Marchessault
    • children: Carole E. Pfisterer
    • Charles H. A. Engr Pfisterer
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    Died March 26, 1972
    (aged 63)
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