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He was a former governor of the 2nd Air Division Memorial Trust, which safeguards the American Library at the Forum in Norwich and was also president of the Norfolk and Norwich English Speaking Union.
Willys J Wuest, always known as Bill, was posted to RAF Sculthorpe, near Fakenham, in 1951 as a meteorologist with the United States Air Force, he retired after 20 years as lieutenant colonel after serving alongside the Japanese Defense Force.
Harry was born on June 22, 1942, in Liverpool, England to Harry Cooper and Anne Bird.
He spent his childhood in England where he attended Secondary school at St.
Harry accepted a post-doctoral fellowship at the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center followed by a position with Simpson Weather Associates. Harry is survived by his wife, Jane; his son, Matthew; his daughter, Marianne; his son-in-law, Richard Orr, and his brother-in-law, Steven Edwards. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society or to Hospice of Mercy.
In 1987 Harry returned with his family to Tallahassee where he rejoined the company of many friends, family, and associates. In Britain, he is survived by his sister, Maureen Adair, and her husband, John; by his nephew, Ian Adair and wife Sally, and their children Bethen, Alice, and Evie; and by his niece Alison Scott and husband Geoff, and their children Lucy and Clara. John Francis Whittemore, formerly of Dalton, Georgia, died Saturday, May 29, 2010 in Decatur at the age of 91. Whittemore is survived by Jessie, his wife of 63 years; daughter and son-in-law, Anne and Richard Price; son and daughter in-law, John Whittemore and Amy Landesberg; daughter and son-in-law, Elizabeth W.
Prior to his assignment to Fort Worth's Carswell Air Force Base, he had served at a number of military installations worldwide, including the front lines in Korea, as well as Bermuda, where he was part of the Air Force's hurricane hunters. He had a love of the outdoors and enjoyed traveling the world.As a proud member of the United States Air Force and later the Department of Defense for 33 years, he served as a meteorological officer, retiring from the Air Force's Air Weather Service Command while stationed at Carswell Air Force Base.When asked what his most lasting memory of his military service was, he would often respond with a recounting of his being part of the team sent aloft in a B-29 at the Trinity Site when the first atomic bomb was detonated, the event that marked the start of the atomic age.Mary's College in Crosby, earning his A-Levels in Science.At the age of 18, Harry emigrated to Riverside, California, where he held jobs picking oranges, and spray-painting sheet metal, spending his first paycheck on a guitar and a pair of Levi's.
After his discharge from the Air Force, he used the GI bill to pursue a degree in International Affairs at Florida State University, in Tallahassee, FL.