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Patrick Eugene Haggerty Patrick Eugene Haggerty
Born: Harvey, North Dakota, March 17, 1914
Died: Dallas, TX, October 1, 1980
Married Beatrice Menne, February 2, 1938 (5 children)
Education:

1931 - Harvey High School, Harvey, ND

Earned Degrees:


1936
- B.S.E.E., Marquette University

Honorary Awards:

1959 - Doctor of Laws, St. Mary's University
1960 - Doctor of Laws, Marquette University
1962 - Doctor of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn
1964 - Doctor of Laws, University of Dallas
1967 - Doctor of Science, North Dakota State University
1971 - Doctor of Laws, Catholic University
1972 - Doctor of Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
1974 - Doctor of Engineering, University of Notre Dame

Professional Experience:

1935-42
Badger Carton Company,
Milwaukee, WI Cooperative student, Production Manager

1942-45
Bureau of Aeronautics, Deparment of the Navy,
Washington, D. C., Lt. (USNR)

1946-51
Geophysical Service Inc.
(GSI), Dallas, TX General Manager, Laboratory and Manufacturing Division

1951-80
Texas Instruments Incorporated,
Dallas, TX

1951-58
Executive Vice-President and Director

1958-66
President

1966-76
Chairman

1976-80
General Director

Professional Affiliations:

A. H. Belo Corporation
Director

The Business Council
The Rockefeller University
Chairman, Board of Trustees

University of Dallas
Board of Trustees

Defense Science Board, 1965-67 National Commission on Technology, Automation and Economic Progress, 1968

United States Postal Service
Member, Board of Governors 1972-73

Trilateral Commission
North American Commissioner and Executive Committee member, 1973

National Council on Educational Research
Chairman, 1973-1974

Presidential Science Advisory Committee Panel, 1969-1973

President's Commission on the Accident at Three Mile Island, 1979

President's Nuclear Safety Oversight Committee, 1980

National Academy of Engineering American Association for the Advancement of Science
Fellow

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Fellow

National Security Industrial Association
Life Member and former Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees'

Texas Academy of Science
Life Member

Honors and Awards:

1964
- Distinguished Service Award, University of Wisconsin
1966 - Distinguished Alumnus Award, Marquette University
1967 - Electronic Industries Association Medal of Honor
1968 - Founders Award, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
1969 - Industrial Research Institute Medalist
1969 - Eminent Member, Eta Kappa Nu
1971 - John Fritz Medalist
1972 - Alumnus of the Year Award, Marquette University
1972 - WEMA Medal of Achievement
1975 - Henry Laurence Gantt Medal

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