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George Clifford Casebolt AMP ’44

George Clifford Casebolt AMP ’44, December 17, 2008, in Olympia, Washington, due to complications from prostate cancer. As a member of the U.S. Air Force during World War II, Cliff received training at Reed, Harvard, Yale, and MIT. Upon completion of a civil engineering degree at Washington State University in 1948, he worked for the Milwaukee Railroad, and started a construction company, G.C. Casebolt Company, specializing in underground utilities. In 1964, he founded Pattison Water Company based in Lacey, Washington. Cliff enjoyed outdoor activities, gardening, and world travel. For each his four sons, he served as Boy Scout leader and organized hiking and camping activities. Survivors include his sons, three grandchildren, four brothers, and a sister.

Appeared in Reed magazine: May 2009

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