Mr. Thomas F. McEnaney,
clerk-typist at the Chicago City Office, retired
because of physical disability at the termination of December
9, 1944. He was born at Waucoma, Iowa, on April 6, 1911, and entered
the Weather Bureau on February 6, 1940.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, February
W. McGann - Born October 28, 1845, at New York City;
enlisted in Signal Corps February 20, 1872; transferred to Weather
Bureau July 1, 1891, and has served at a number of stations. [Retirement
announcement.] -- July 1920
Charles H. McGeehan,
telegraph and teleprinter operator in the Central
Office, died at Mount Alto Hospital, Washington, D.C., on June
24, 1937. He was born at Hazleton, Pa., on July 14, 1897. Mr.
McGeehan entered the Weather Bureau service on April 19, 1937,
and was assigned to the Telegraph Section. He was a sergeant in
the World War from July 15, 1917, to May 18, 1919.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1937]
Mr. Phillip G. McGinnis,
meteorologist at Huron, S. Dak., voluntarily retired at the termination
of September 30, 1946, with over 37 years service. Mr. McGinnis
was born on September 17, 1886, at Fargo, N. Dak., and entered
the Weather Bureau on May 20, 1909, at San Francisco, Calif.,
as an observer. He later served at Denver, Co., Houston, Tex.,
Little Rock, Ark., Louisville, Ky., Columbia, Mo., and Huron,
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, November 1946, p.79]
Edward D. McKenna died recently at Richmond,
Va., at the age of 82. Mr. McKenna was connected with the Signal
Corps as printer and observer from 1872 to 1885. He also served
as compositor at the Central Office in 1898 and 1899, and for
a brief time in 1911.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, December 1923]
William Mclane, Jr.,
senior laborer at the Central Office, died November 2, 1936. He
was born in Washington, D.C., on July 13, 1876. Mr. McLane was
employed as laborer at the Central Office from June 1, 1900, to
the time of his death. Previous to his death he had been granted
leave without pay on account of illness.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, November 1936]