Gerald J. O'Connor,
meteorologist at the New York, N. Y., station, died August 20,
1834. He was born at Waterford, N. Y. , on 1890, and served as
assistant at New York, Rochester, Norfolk, Louisville, Cairo,
and St. Louis.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel]
Kathryn M. O'Hara, meteorological aid
in the Division of Synoptic Reports and Forecast (Codes and Maps
Section - Daily Map Unit) at the Central Office, died at Garfield
Memorial Hospital on September 15, 1946. Miss O'Hara was born
on June 19, 1912, at New Castle, Pa., and entered the Weather
Bureau on September 1, 1943, as a clerk at Pittsburgh, Pa. She
transferred to the Central Office on July 1, 1945, where she was
employed until her death.
Bureau Topics and Personnel, October 1946, p.73]
E. Olson - Mr. Victor E. Olson, temporary
assistant observer, died at Chicago, Ill., January 10, 1919, after
a brief illness. Mr. Olson was born in Keokuk, Iowa, on March
28, 1897. He was appointed messenger boy in the Weather Bureau
on April 16, 1914, and assigned to the Keokuk station. Later he
was appointed apprentice at that station, and as the result of
his excellent service in that capacity was appointed temporary
assistant observer on December 1, 1918, and assigned to the Chicago
station. -- December 1919
William T. O'Neal,telegrapher
in the Central Office, was retired at the termination of December
31, 1936. He was born December 25, 1966 at Georgetown, D.C. Mr.
O'Neal entered the Weather Bureau service on January 29, 1923,
after short periods of employment in the War Trade Board and the
United States Railroad Administration. His entire service in the
Weather Bureau has been as telegrapher in the Central Office.
William T. O'Neal, who was retired at the termination of December
31, 1936, died at his home in Alexandria, Va., on September
23, 1941. An outline of his service and notice of his retirement
will be found in the December 1936 issue of Topics and Personnel.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, December
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel,
Daniel F.: Born at Damersport, Mass.,
on May 5, 1866; appointed laborer in the Signal Corps on December
13, 1887, at Washington, D. C. He served continuously at the Central
Office in various positions, and at the time of his retirement
held the position of mechanic (electrician.) Retired at the termination
of June 30, 1932.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, June 1932]
Morgan J. O'Toole,
clerk at the Central Office, was retired at the termination of
January 31, 1939, on account of total disability. He was born
in Washington, D. C., on November 15, 1903. Mr. O'Toole entered
the Weather Bureau service as a messenger at the Central Office
on September 2, 1919, and prior to that time served for short
periods in the Patent Office and the Smithsonian Institution.
Due to illness, he was on leave without pay from October 4, 1938,
to the time of his retirement. His entire Government service was
in Washington, D.C.
Morgan J. O'Toole, who was retired on the termination of January
31, 1939, died at Glenn Dale Sanatorium, Glenn Dale, Md., on
January 9, 1941. A notice of his retirement and a brief outline
of his service will be found in Topics and Personnel 1939.
[Weather Bureau Topics
and Personnel, February 1939]
Bureau Topics and Personnel, March 1941]
Roscoe Nunn, official in charge of the
St. Louis station, was retired May 31, 1938, after more than 46
years of Government service. Mr. Nunn was born in Lenoir Country,
N. C., on May 29, 1868. He entered the Weather Bureau service
on July 1, 1891, at Raleigh, N. C., at Nashville, Baltimore, St.
Louis, and Denver.
[Weather Bureau Topics and Personnel, May 1938]