The November/December story announcing the 2007 Bronze Beaver winners misidentified the photographs of two winners. So we’d like to congratulate them again, this time matched with the correct photos. –The Editors
Theodore P. Heuchling ‘46, SM ‘48
Ted Heuchling has played diverse roles for the unusual Class of 1946, composed largely of navy V-12 students. He has served as class president and was reunion gift leader for both the 50th and 60th reunions. He continues as a class agent and a volunteer for ICAN, and he hosts new international students. In 1996 he was honored with the Henry B. Kane ‘24 Award for decades of fund-raising efforts, and he is an honorary member of the MIT Corporation Development Committee. Heuchling, who earned his degrees in electrical engineering, lives in Winchester, MA.
Arnold A. Kramer ‘52
Class president Arnie Kramer has attended every class reunion since 1957, held most class leadership posts, and visited many classmates during his travels. His effective leadership in delegating tasks and working with Association staff produced a particularly successful 50th reunion in 2002. As chair of the Cardinal and Gray Society, he has welcomed and reëngaged members in alumni activities since 2004. Kramer, who studied civil and environmental engineering, lives in Hudson, MA.
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