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Computer software company executive

Haven Eldred Bergeson, American computer software company executive. Recipient Willard Gardrer award, Utah Academy, 1969; fellow, National Science Foundation, 1958. Member of American Association Physics Teachers, American Institute Physics, American Physical Society.

Background

Bergeson, Haven Eldred was born on December 22, 1933 in Logan, Utah, United States. Son of Eldred C. and Ethel (Sorensen) Bergeson.

Education

Bachelor, University Utah, 1958. Doctor of Philosophy, University Utah, since 1962.

Career

Physicist General Electric, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, 1961—1963. Assistant professor University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1963—1968, associate professor, 1968—1975, professor, since 1975, chairman physics department, 1976—1980. Vice president Applied Microsys., 1980—1985, PubMed Central, Inc., Salt Lake City, since 1984.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Views

The hope of Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ and the purpose of life on this earth is to teach people and prepare them that everybody, along with their families, might live with Heavenly Father and Jesus Christ eternally.

Membership

Member of American Association Physics Teachers, American Institute Physics, American Physical Society.

Connections

Married Carol Ann Stevenson. Children: Scott, Carrie, Marianne, Rosalie, Brenda, Kevin, Jeremy, Peter.

father:
Eldred C. Bergeson

mother:
Ethel (Sorensen) Bergeson

spouse:
Carol Ann Stevenson

children:
Scott Bergeson

Carrie Bergeson

Marianne Bergeson

Rosalie Bergeson

Brenda Bergeson

Kevin Bergeson

Jeremy Bergeson

Peter Bergeson