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broadcast engineer

Gerald Henry Heyn, American broadcast engineer. Decorated Air Force Commendation medal with two oak leaf clusters. Member International Society Certified Electronic Technicians (certified administrator, 1983), Society Broadcast Engineers.

Background

Heyn, Gerald Henry was born on April 1, 1936 in Pine City, Minnesota, United States. Son of Fred Adolph and Amelia Bertha (Hintz) Heyn.

Education

Graduate, Capitol Radio Engineering Institute, 1983.

Career

Enlisted, United States Air Force, 1954; aircraft mechanic, United States Air Force, United States and overseas, 1954-1958; communication technician, United States Air Force, United States and overseas, 1958-1965; calibration technician, United States Air Force, United States and overseas, 1965-1975; retired, United States Air Force, 1975; electronic technician, Consumer Electronics, Marquette, Michigan, 1975-1976; communications engineer, El-Com Services, Inc., Marquette, 1976-1977; communications engineer, NWR Electronics, Marquette, 1977-1981; broadcast engineer, Station WNMU-television-FM, Marquette, since 1981.

Membership

Member International Society Certified Electronic Technicians (certified administrator, 1983), Society Broadcast Engineers.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: computers, family outings.

Connections

Married Patricia Ann Johnson, October 3, 1966. 1 child, Amanda Ruth.

father:
Fred Adolph Heyn

mother:
Amelia Bertha (Hintz) Heyn

spouse:
Patricia Ann Johnson

child:
Amanda Ruth Heyn