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Memorial Service scheduled for Samuel Goldblith

A memorial service to celebrate the life of Professor Samuel A. Goldblith, who passed away in December, will be held Tuesday, May 28 at 3 p.m. in Killian Hall (14W-111).

Goldblith was a professor of food science and technology at MIT, a leader in the field of food preservation and a tireless advocate of business and educational cooperation between the United States and Japan. He also was director of the Industrial Liaison Program from 1974-1978 and vice president for resource development from 1978-1986.

All are welcome to attend. Contact Rhonda Ferrino at x3-1775 or rrhonda@mit.edu for more information.

More information:

Goldblith of food science and MIT Japan program dies at 82 - MIT Tech Talk, Jan. 9, 2002

A version of this article appeared in MIT Tech Talk on May 1, 2002.

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