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Lawrence Eugene Peterson

Lawrence Eugene Peterson, American consultant engineer. Member building code coms. State of Wisconsin and Milwaukee, American Institute Cons. Engineers (past; Club: University (New York.

Background

  • Peterson, Lawrence Eugene was born on November 5, 1897 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Peter John and Anna Elizabeth (Pedersen) Peterson.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University Illinois, 1920, C.E., 1927.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Pepper E. Structural engineer Kalman Company, Chicago & Milwaukee Corrugating Company, 1920-1925. Construction engineering since 1925, major partner Lawrence Peterson & Associates, New York City, Milwaukee since 1946. Led expedition to study sun’s total eclipse, God’s Lake, Manitoba, Canada, 1945.

      Registered profile engineer, New York, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Arizona, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Florida, and Michigan and nat. council. Represented National Society Professional Engineers and American Institute Cons. Engineers at 1st International Congress Civil Engineering, Mexico, 1949.

      Retained as industrial consultant to government, Union of Burma.

    Religion

    Denomination: Baptist

    Membership

    Member building code coms. State of Wisconsin and Milwaukee, American Institute Cons. Engineers (past; Club: University (New York.

    Connections

    • Married Margery M. Hansen, February 19, 1920.; married second, Eleanore S. Blakeley, February 14, 1949. Children: Lawrence Eugene, Betty Jean.
    • father: Peter John Peterson
    • mother: Anna Elizabeth (Pedersen) Peterson
    • spouses: Margery M. Hansen
    • Eleanore S. Blakeley
    • children: Lawrence Eugene Peterson
    • Betty Jean Peterson
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    Born November 5, 1897
    Died April, 1963
    (aged 65)
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