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Robert Arzbaecher015:56, 11 May 2013

Robert Arzbaecher

I was fortunate enough to have Dr. Arzbaecher as a professor during my junior year at Christian Brothers College (1962-1966) (Christian Brothers University now). He taught me in three courses (control systems, E&M and complex variables). I would have had him in my senior year also but he went on to bigger and better things. He was an outstanding educator and one of my all time best instructors.

I was born in Memphis, TN and grew up in Millington, TN (Shake Rag Area). I went to Millington elementary, junior high and high schools. We did not have much but I definitely wanted to go to college and major in electrical engineering. I learned about Christian Brothers College and it reputation so I decided to go there. I had scholarships, student loans and worked part time to fund my college education. I never regretted my decision on choices of career or universities. I spent 43 years working in the fields of defense, space and education.

I would like to reestablish contact with Dr. Arzbaecher.

Dr. Walter H. Delashmit IEEE Life Senior Member walter.delashmit@verizon.net

Delashmit15:56, 11 May 2013