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Notices in this section are limited to names of those who have achieved pioneer status through many years in the North, or who are otherwise of unquestioned importance in the daily scene.
Harold L. Moats, 58, top military engineer for civil works in Alaska for more than twenty years, died of a heart attack in Anchorage in late July. Serving throughout World War II in military construction in Alaska, Moats played a leading role in formation of the U.S. Army Engineer District, Alaska, in 1946. He supervised work on a number of major hydroelectric studies in the state, and following retirement in 1964, served as chief engineering advisor to Yukon Power for America, Inc., the state-wide group pushing for Rampart Dam. Surviving are the widow, of Anchorage, a brother, R. Norman Moats, of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Robbins of Torkio, Mo. Final rites were conducted at Anchorage's All Saints Episcopal Church, with burial in Angelus Memorial Park.Ã?Â Ã?Â [Oct1967]
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