In Memoriam Registry E-H

  • Eachus, Dr. Joseph J. & Barbara

    Eachus, Dr. Joseph J. & Barbara

    Sponsored by: Sons Alan and James Eachus
    Special Note: Both Dr. Eachus and his wife Barbara worked at Bletchley Park in the U.K. during WWII.

  •  Ellis, Ken

    Ellis, Ken

    Sponsored by: The Hazards Golf Group

  • Sponsored by: William Patterson, Dick Schaeffer, & friends of the Foundation

    Please click on Pete's photo or name to learn more about him.

  • Sponsored by: Dick Schaeffer, Dick Bernard, Don Borrmann, Chris Inglis, BGen Rod Isler, Lt Gen Ken Minihan, Sally Botsai, Kay and Bob Hunt, Mary Faletto, Gene Becker, George & Wendy Cotter, Jon Clayton, James Current, Robert Dukes, Kila Finch, John Garcia, Gen Michael Hayden, Ed Jacobs, Mike Jacobs, Norman Hazzard, Ed Kirk, Bill Kvetkas, Harry Letaw, Orville Lewis, Don Markle, Barbara McNamara, Len Moodispaw, Tim Ognisty, Peter Oleson, Robert Painter, Samuel Prum, James Pryde, Bill Saadi, Frank & Terri Saus, Daniel Schwartz, Ray Szyperski, RADM H. Winsor Whiton, BGen Neal Robinson, and the Sun, Snow and Surf Ski Club
    You can click on the picture of Gen Faurer or his name to learn more about him.

  • Sponsored by: Jeannette M. Harper
    You can click on the picture of William or his name to learn more about him.

  • Sponsored by: Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Weakliem, Friends and Colleagues from NSA and the NCM.
    You can click on the picture of Vera or her name to learn more about her.

  • Sponsored by Jo Ann Wittmann

    Please click on the photo or name to learn more about Betty.

  • Sponsored by: The Hazards Golf Group and Ron's sons, Brett and Jeff.

    Please click on the honoree's name or photo to learn more.

  • Sponsored by: General Al Gray, Commandant USMC (Ret), Richard Bernard, Thomas Fogarty, David Hatch, Capt Raymond Schmidt, USN (Ret), Col. William Williams, USAF (Ret), The Center for Cryptologic History (CCH), The NCMF colleagues and friends, The National Cryptologic Museum, The National Cryptologic School, and Dave's many colleagues and friends at NSA.
    You can click on the picture of Dave or his name to learn more about him.

  • Garofalo, Anthony A.

    Garofalo, Anthony A.

    Sponsored by: Gary Garofalo, Jean Hogue, John Garofalo, James Garofalo, Donald Garofalo

  • Garofalo, C. Carlo “Gary”

    Garofalo, C. Carlo “Gary”

    Sponsored by: Anthony J. Garofalo and Wayne Stoffel

    C. Carlo Garofalo passed away November 19, 1995 at the age of 79. He was a former analyst in the Operations Organization at NSA. Prior to joining the Agency he served with the U.S. Navy. A veteran of WWII, he was a member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association. He retired in 1975 with 34 years of Federal service. Mr. Garofalo was a native of Worcester, MA and resided in Clarksville, MD. He enjoyed woodworking in his leisure time. He was survived by his wife, a daughter, five grandchildren, and a great-grandson.

  • Gerson, Nathaniel C.

    Gerson, Nathaniel C.

    Sponsored by: Harry G. Rosenbluh

  • Gilbertson, Eugene A.

    Gilbertson, Eugene A.

    Sponsored by: Lois Gilbertson

  • Sponsored by: George & Wendy Cotter

    Please click on the honoree's name or photo to learn more.

  • Girhard, Charlotte Mosely

    Girhard, Charlotte Mosely

    Sponsored by: David Gaddy and Charlotte's colleagues at the NCMF.
    Charlotte was a graduate of the Women's College of Greensboro, N.C., class of 1942. She was working as an analyst in P1 at the time of her retirement in 1980. She had 37 years of service. Charlotte passed away on March 17, 2011.

  • Gorman, Joseph S.

    Gorman, Joseph S.

    Sponsored by: Nancy & David Rogers

  • Gould, Robert E.

    Gould, Robert E.

    Sponsored by: Harry Rosenbluh

  • Griffin, Fred

    Griffin, Fred

    Anonymous sponsor

  • Sponsored by: Milt Zaslow and Harry Rosenbluh
    You can click on the picture of Jack or his name to learn more about him.

  • Haenchen, Lt Col Otto E.

    Haenchen, Lt Col Otto E.

    Sponsored by: Michael & Mary White

  • Hall, Samuel R.

    Hall, Samuel R.

    Anonymous sponsor

    Mr. Samuel R. Hall passed away January 18, 1999 at the age of 83. He was a former cryptologist in the Operations Ogranization at NSA. Prior to joining the Agency, Mr. Hall served with the U.S. Army. He retired in 1974 with 32 years of Federal service. Mr. Hall was also a volunteer aide to birds and enjoyed gardening.

  • Hambleton, Dave

    Hambleton, Dave

    Sponsored by: The Hazards Golf Group

    Mr. Dave Hambleton passed away July 6, 1995 at the age of 57. He was a former senior cryptologic executive in the Operations Organization at NSA. Prior to joining the Agency, he served with the U.S. Army. His Agency career included four field assignments. He retired in 1994 with 37 years of Federal service. Retirement allowed Mr. Hambleton more time for his favorite interests, golf and the stock market. He was survived by his wife, Mary, and two daughters.

  • Hanes Jr., William C.

    Hanes Jr., William C.

    Sponsored by: NCMF and Friends of the NCM Research Library.

    Mr. Hanes retired as a Data Systems Analyst in the T organization in 1989. He had 34 years of service. He passed away on November 11, 2010.

  • Sponsored by: The Hazards Golf Group, Bill Sullivan, Gene Becker, Rosalie L'Ecuyern, Bill Kvetkas, Joanne Perriens, Sally Botsai, and Bob Hermann.

    Please click on the honoree's name or photo to learn more.

  • Sponsored by: Harry Rosenbluh

    Please click on the honoree's name or the candle image to learn more.

  • Sponsored by: Mr. & Mrs. Charles Girhard

    Please click on the honoree's name or the image to learn more about him.

  • Sponsored by: Douglas Price

    Please click on the honoree's name or the image to learn more about him.

  • Sponsored by: NCM & NCMF friends and associates, and Center for Cryptologic History.

    Please click on the honoree's name or the candle image to learn more.

  • Hong, “Sam” (see Samuel Kyung Sook)

    Hong, “Sam” (see Samuel Kyung Sook)

    Sponsored by: David W. Gaddy

  • Hoover, Harry A.

    Hoover, Harry A.

    Sponsored by: The Hazards Golf Group

    Born in Greensboro and raised in Washington, D.C., Mr. Hoover was a graduate of Penn State and was employed by the Department of Defense for 35 years. He passed away on August 22, 2011.