Earl Page

Earl Page BS MS received a physics BS and an MS in nuclear engineering from the University of North Carolina in 1957. Following design and support work for the Enrico Fermi Fast Breeder Reactor in Michigan, he served as Senior Nuclear Safety Engineer at Detroit Edison in support of the Fermi 2 boiling water reactor. He gave numerous talks on nuclear power essentially beginning in the 1970s. However, he recently discovered his very first public talk was given in 1958 in Bridgeport, for the Young Men's Industrial Forum (YMCA) and was titled "Basic Facts About Atomic Energy." Looks like he has come full circle back to Connecticut.




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