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Earl was the compiler's step-father, and was dearly beloved. He was, in 1971, a vice president with Motorola, and had worked for Texas Instruments, and Elgin Watch. He worked his way through Northwestern University, and was a member of the N-Men's Club due to his having been the manager of the football team. When he resigned from Motorola, he was Executive Vice President of the Semi-conductor Group. While with Texas Instruments, he was instrumental in designing the semi-conductor. He was an avid gun collector, and owned one rifle that was traced through Winchester after he got it, and found to have been originally issued to one of the Indian scouts involved in the Battle of the Little Big Horn. He was also an avid model builder, and loved building balsa models of airplanes, and anything else. He had one model of a glider that the family always joked was suicidal. We could release the silly thing at any point, pointing any direction, and it would invariably find a tree. We also called it the "patch plane" because we patched it so many times.
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