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From 2001: Northrop Grumman's George Reynolds presents a check for ISR to then-Clark School Dean Nariman Farvardin. Also in the photo, L-R, ISR Director Gary Rubloff, unidentified woman, Ph.D. student Sean Gahagan (now employed at Northrop Grumman), ISR External Relations Director Jeff Coriale and Professor Jeffrey Herrmann (ME/ISR).

ISR’s long-time, good friend from Northrop Grumman, George Reynolds, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday while on travel in Des Moines, Iowa. He was 73.

George worked at Northrop Grumman from 1996 until his retirement in 2012. He was ISR’s main contact with the company during its ISR Sustaining Partner years and played a key role working with ISR faculty and ISR External Relations Director Jeff Coriale in determining technical matches for joint ISR and Northrop Grumman projects. George also was a member of ISR’s Strategic Advisory Council for four years. ISR presented him with a crystal clock in appreciation of his many years of support.

Read George Reynolds' obituary in the Baltimore Sun.

 

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August 1, 2018


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