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George John Schroepfer

George John Schroepfer, American educator, civil engineer. Recipient awards in field for research and distinguished service. member of faculty University of Minnesota, from 1945, professor sanitary engineering, 1945-1972; Member Water Pollution Control Federation (president 1943, honorary, Gordon M. Fair award 1976, William J. Orchard medal 1977), American Water Works Association (life.

Background

  • Schroepfer, George John was born on September 7, 1906 in St. Paul. Son of Joseph J. and Katherine (Dippel) Schroepfer.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, University Minnesota, 1928, Master of Science, 1930, C.E., 1932.

    Career

    • From assistant engineer to chief engineer Minneapolis-St. Paul Sanitary District, 1928-1945. Member of faculty University of Minnesota, from 1945, professor sanitary engineering, 1945-1972. Consultant in field, from 1940.

    Works

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

    Membership

    Member of faculty University of Minnesota, from 1945, professor sanitary engineering, 1945-1972. Member Water Pollution Control Federation (president 1943, honorary, Gordon M. Fair award 1976, William J. Orchard medal 1977), American Water Works Association (life.

    Connections

    • Married Catherine R. Callahan, September 5, 1931. Children: George John, Mary Catherine.
    • father: Joseph J. Schroepfer
    • mother: Katherine (Dippel) Schroepfer
    • spouse: Catherine R. Callahan
    • children: George John Schroepfer
    • Mary Catherine Schroepfer
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    Born September 7, 1906
    Died March 11, 1984
    (aged 77)
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