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engineering executive

Dean A. Waters, American engineering executive. Achievements include 21 patents in field for gas centrifuge and liquid centrifuge. Recipient E.O. Lawrence award Department Energy, Washington, 1977. Member National Society Professional Engineers, American Society Engineering Managers (chapter president 1986-1987), Tennessee Society Professional Engineers, Rotary (president 1992-1993, Paul Harris fellow).

Background

Waters, Dean A. was born on May 2, 1936 in Jersey City. Son of Edward G. and Edna Mae (McCabe) Waters.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, Yale University, 1957. Bachelor of Science, Yale University, 1958. Master of Science, North Carolina State University, 1960.

Program for Management Development, Harvard University, 1978.

Career

Department head, Union Carbide Corporation, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1972-1977; deputy division director, Union Carbide Corporation, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1977-1980; division director, Union Carbide/Martin Marietta, Oak Ridge, 1980-1992; program director, Martin Marietta-Oak Ridge National Laboratory, since 1992. Advisor U. Tennessee Engineering School, Knoxville, 1989-1992. Board member PEAC, Knoxville, 1987-1992.

Achievements

  • Achievements include 21 patents in field for gas centrifuge and liquid centrifuge.

Membership

Member National Society Professional Engineers, American Society Engineering Managers (chapter president 1986-1987), Tennessee Society Professional Engineers, Rotary (president 1992-1993, Paul Harris fellow).

Connections

Married Jacquelyn R. Waters. Children: Heather A., Geoffrey D.

father:
Edward G. Waters

mother:
Edna Mae (McCabe) Waters

spouse:
Jacquelyn R. Waters

child:
Geoffrey D. Waters

child:
Heather A. Waters