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Herbert Michael Bosch


Herbert Michael Bosch, American engineer. Decorated Bronze Star Medal with oak leaf cluster, Legion of Merit (United States); Legion of Honor, Croix de Guerre with Palm (France); Commander Order Orange-Nassau (Holland); Croix deGuerre with Palm (Belgium); recipient medal for distinguished service in engineering U. Missouri.


Bosch, Herbert Michael was born on March 31, 1907 in Jefferson City, Missouri, United States. Son of Herman and Katherine (Buehrle) Bosch.


Bachelor of Science, University Missouri, 1929. Master Public Health School Public Health Johns Hopkins University, 1940.


Technology and administrative staff Missouri State Board Health, 1929-1935, Minnesota Department Health, 1935-1941, 46-50. Chief environmental sanitation section World Health Organization, United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland, 1950-1952, member panel experts on environmental sanitation, since 1952. Professor environmental health School of Public Health, University of Minnesota.


Member Minnesota Board Health. since 1952, vice president, since 1954. Member Missouri State Planning Board, 1933-1935. Member commission on sanitary engineering and environment National.

Served as First lieutenant to colonel Sanitary and General Staff corpus, United States army, 1941-1946. Fellow Royal Sanitary Institute, London (honorary), American Public Health Association (governing council 1949, 57—). Member Am Society of Civil Engineers, National, Minnesota societies professional engrs., American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Water Works Association, American Association University Professors, Central States Sewage and Industrial Waste Association, Minnesota Academy Science, National Research Council (Executive Committee Division Medical Sciences 1960-1961), New York Academy of Sciences, also Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Delta Omega.

Club: Campus (Minneapolis).


Married Jeanette E. Heinrich, August 17, 1931.

Herman Bosch

Katherine (Buehrle) Bosch

Jeanette E. Heinrich