Research shows the success of a bacterial community depends on its shape.
Mitchell A. Kloza
Mitchell A. Kloza, 70, of Lowell, a former accountant in the Lincoln Fiscal Office, died on January 16. Mr. Kloza worked there from 1954 until his retirement in 1983.He leaves his wife, Beulah H. Kloza, and four sons, Mitchell T., W. Keith, Richard J. and Mark A. Kloza.
Henry Motroni, 76, of Everett, a retired service attendent in the Department of Athletics, died on December 29. Mr. Matroni worked at MIT from 1966 until his retirement in 1980.He is survived by his wife, Alice Raffo Motroni; his mother, Erma Petrini Motroni; two sons, Robert of Wakefield, and Paul Motroni of Revere, and four grandchildren.
A version of this article appeared in the January 29, 1992 issue of MIT Tech Talk (Volume 36, Number 18).