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Charles Frederick BREITZKE

research engineer

Charles Frederick BREITZKE, American Research Engineer, New Jersey State Water Policy Commission. Member of American Society of Continuing Education; American Association of Engineers; American Water Works Association; New Jersey State Society of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors; (F.) American Association for Advancement of Science.

Background

BREITZKE, Charles Frederick was born on July 8, 1884 in Newton Center, Massachusetts, United States. Son of Friedrich Wilhelm and Marie Elizabeth (Lemmler) von Breitzke.

Education

Public Schools, Newton Center. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Science, 1906.

Career

Y. Served during World War in civilian capacity of Sanitary Engineer and Sanitary Advisor for Jersey City, New Jersey. Was responsible for quality of water furnished troop trains entering Port of Hoboken. Active in campaign of 1928 for “New Jersey Engineers, Hoover for President” Member, Morris Company Executive Committee, for “Morrow for United States Senator”, 1930.

Connected with engnr. sanitation, and public health of New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania flood control. Reclamation of Hackensack, Newark and Elizabeth Meadows and development of New Jersey portion of Port of New York Representative New Jersey in negotiations leading to adoption of Tri-State Delegate River Compact between New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Appointed member of Flood Control Commission, Northern New Jersey, since 1929.

Membership

Member of American Society of Continuing Education. American Association of Engineers. American Water Works Association.

New Jersey State Society of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. (F.) American Association for Advancement of Science. Clubs: Technical (New York), Morris Company Engineers, Mountain Lake Glee.

Connections

Spouse Frances Bailey Seeley, August 27, 1913, Attica, N.