Howard L. Halstead ’32 of Towson, Md., died December 29, 2010. Howard was born in Baltimore City, Md., in 1911 but grew up in Sparrows Point, Md., where he graduated from high school in 1928. At Mines, he joined the Kappa Sigma fraternity and Tau Beta Pi honor society and earned a professional degree in mining engineering. He went on to work for Bethlehem Point, first as a testman in the fuel department; Steel in Sparrows?by 1968 he had advanced to fuel engineer. A member of many professional societies, Howard served on the board of directors of the Association of Iron and Steel Engineers. Married to Rose Ellen McClean in 1938, they enjoyed 72 years together. Howard is also survived by their two children, Mary Pickard and Thomas, and four grandchildren.
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