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writer , Computer scientist

Jane Elizabeth Pejsa, American writer, retired computer scientist. Achievements include patents for energy submetering system, 1986. Recipient Distinguished Achievement award Carleton College, 1988; Artist's Fellowship grantee The Bush Foundation, St. Paul, 1986. Chair philanthropy The Woman's Club, Minneapolis, 1993-1995. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Pejsa, Jane Elizabeth was born on August 12, 1929 in Minneapolis. Daughter of Walter University and Irene M. (Melgaard) Hauser.

Education

Bachelor, Carleton College, 1951.

Career

Computer engineer, researcher, Honeywell, Minneapolis, 1971-1986.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents for energy submetering system, 1986.

Works

Membership

Chair philanthropy The Woman's Club, Minneapolis, 1993-1995. Member Phi Beta Kappa.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: piano, software design.

Connections

Married Franz J.F. Gayl, December 19, 1951 (divorced January 1968). Children: Ilse E. Gayl, Franz J. Gayl. Married Arthur J. Pejsa, May 26, 1975.

father:
Walter University Hauser

mother:
Irene M. (Melgaard) Hauser

spouses:
Franz J.F. Gayl

Arthur J. Pejsa

children:
Ilse E. Gayl Pejsa

Franz J. Gayl Pejsa