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now rare board meetings a few months back, Bill Gardner asked to be relieved of his duties as a director, because of his illness. He let us know that he was in a final
fight with colon
cancer. We were shocked. His appearances
at TSK meetings became sporadic. On August 23, during one of Knoxville’s longest heat waves, he died. The Technical Society lost a great friend and a very valuable member. Also to him the Technical Society had meant a lot. He served as TSK President in 1993. When the shrinking membership caused more and more severe man power problems, he accepted to serve as director. He had always good ideas, be it the finances of the Society, or the publicity reaching out to members or those potentially interested in TSK activities or membership. His suggestions were straight forward and implementable.
Bill was born in Manchester, Georgia. His father being a Methodist minister moved the family around to parsonages throughout northern Georgia. He graduated from Emory University with a degree in mathematics and went to work for the National Security Agency in Washington, first as a civilian, then in the US Army during the Korean War. After that he worked for 18 months in the oil fields of Kuwait with Schlumberger. Then he returned
to Georgia. He met Vicky Campbell Allen at Lockheed Marietta. They got married in December 1962 and settled in Knoxville. He worked for IBM as a systems analyst and became involved in ORNL computer installations. In 1984 he retired from IBM. In 1987 he joined TVA where he remained until 2003. He was always interested in learning. He contributed to and frequently
attended TSK presentations. He was a
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frequent attendant of UT Science Forum meetings. He also made use of UT’s offerings of classes free of charge to seniors and encouraged us to make use of this opportunity. We will always remember him as a wonderful and helpful colleague. He is survived by his wife Vicky of 45 years, by four children and their families, and by a sister and a brother and their spouses.