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A memorial service for Professor Julian Szekely will be held Friday Feb.
16, at 3pm in the MIT Chapel. There will be a reception immediately
after the service at the MIT Faculty Club.
Dr. Szekely, a professor of materials engineering widely known as an
expert in the development of mathematical models in materials processing
operations, died December 7 at the age of 61.
A funeral was held February 4 for Charles D. Aker, 64, supervisor of the
garage at Lincoln Laboratory, who died January 31. Mr. Aker had worked
at Lincoln since 1952.
He is survived by his wife, Beverly Finney Aker; a son, David C. Aker of
Lexington; a daughter, Linda N. Bittle of Oxford, MI, a brother and two
grandchildren. Donations may be made to the Scholarship Fund of
Lexington Chapter #183 OES, c/o Nancy Marsden, 40 Grove St., Lexington,
02173, or to the Shriners Burns Institute, 51 Blossom St., Boston 02114.