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computer software engineer

Marvin Wendell Lautzenheiser, American computer software engineer. Achievements include Inventions in field. Member Mensa, American Iris Society, American Theater Organ Society.

Background

Lautzenheiser, Marvin Wendell was born on February 19, 1929 in Maximo, Ohio, United States. Son of Milton Leander and Mary Lucetta (Keim) Lautzenheiser.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Mount Union College, 1953.

Career

Special agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, 1953-1959; computer analyst, Technology Operations, Washington, 1959-1964; president, Anagram Corporation, Springfield, Virginia, 1964-1983; computer analyst, Onyx Corporation, McLean, Virginia, 1983; computer analyst, Inmark, Springfield, 1983-1984; computer analyst, Memory Sciences, McLean, 1984-1985; software scientist, Zitel Corporation, San Jose, California, 1985-1998; consultant, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include Inventions in field.

Membership

Member Mensa, American Iris Society, American Theater Organ Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: theatre pipe organ, hybrid iris gardening.

Connections

Married Jean Bethene Baker, October 26, 1946 (divorced November 1986). Children: Constance Kay, Thomas Edward, Jan Stephen. Married Paula Ann Keane, March 10, 1990.

father:
Milton Leander Lautzenheiser

mother:
Mary Lucetta (Keim) Lautzenheiser

spouses:
Jean Bethene Baker

Paula Ann Keane

children:
Jan Stephen Lautzenheiser

Constance Kay Lautzenheiser

Thomas Edward Lautzenheiser