Trine University - Modulus Yearbook (Angola, IN)

 - Class of 1983

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Thomas A. White Thomas A. White, a senior in mechani- :al engineering at Tri-State University, :lied in an automobile accident during the Jolidays. The accident occured at approxi- nately 8:00 a.m. December 24, about 10 niles from his home in Greenville, Ohio. White was traveling home from the Univer- sity to celebrate Christmas with his parents Vlr. and Mrs. Kenneth White, of 7248 State Route 121 North, Greenville, Ohio. White had been a starter on the Tri-State Fencing Team for the last two and one-half rears. During that time, he represented Tri- State at two Great Lakes Tournaments Qthe Conference championshipsj. Last rear, he placed fifth at that meet. Both Prof Showalter Wins Award Professor Alan B. Showalter of Tri-State Jniversity, Angola, Indiana, was recently :resented with a service award by the Indi- ina Chapter of the International Society 'or Hybrid Microelectronics CISHMJ. A past president of the Indiana ISHM zhapter, Showalter was instrumental in years, he also represented the University at the NCAA Fencing Championships, plac- ing 29th and 32nd in the nation, respective- ly. He had also earned the right to represent the Indiana Division at the United States Fencing Association Nationals in 1981. White had co-oped with Cadillac-Gage in Greenville for two years. He was a mem- ber ofthe Greenville Eagles Lodge, the So- ciety of Mechanical Engineers, the United States Fencing Association and the Luth- eran Church. Fencing Coach Theron Lansford said of White, "Tom was a natural athlete. He did something that was very rare. He earned a place in the NCAA Nationals the first year he fenced. He earned the spot over people who had been fencing many years. Tom was looking forward to this, his last collegiate season, for he had a good chance to earn an All-American medal. Tom will be sorely missed, more as a person than as a fencer. He was a leader, and worked well with ev- eryone. The team is going to establish a memorial trophy in Tom's memory to honor the outstanding Rookie of each season." forming the Tri-State University student ISHM chapter in 1972. The award com- mends Showalter "for organizing and sus- taining" the university's "active student chapter." This is the first year such an award has been given by ISHM. Showalter was one of two who received this first-time honor. Showalter has been a member of the Tri- State University electrical and computer engineering department since 1962. Prior tojoining the faculty, he served industry for 20 years with such corporations as ITT and Scheftic and another member listen to t presentation being made. member, Kevin Passgsents rr to Prof. Alan Showalter whllaba L-i W Bendix. The Tri-State University student ISHM chapter conducts meetings and hosts speak- ers. It has organized three major seminars during its existence. These have dealt with the topics of automated manufacturing, electronic materials and, one of national importance, porcelainized steel. A fourth seminar on robotics is being planned. 29

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