Personnel News: February 2021 Archives

Bob Naughton

Robert J. Naughton

"Robert J. Naughton, age 82, passed away peacefully on February 7, 2021, in Houston, Texas, after a courageous battle with pulmonary fibrosis. ... In 1989, Bob became NASA's Chief of Aircraft Operations Division at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas. He held that position until 2004, and while at NASA, was awarded the Outstanding Leadership Medal and Distinguished Service Medal and was recognized in 1995 by President Bill Clinton with a Meritorious Senior Executive Award."

Lucy Geyser

Lucille "Lucy" C. Geyser

"Lucille "Lucy" C. Geyser, 85, a 1990 retiree with 30 years of NASA service, died Oct. 16, 2020. Geyser joined NACA/NASA in 1954 as a computer. She served primarily in the Computer Services Division and earned acclaim as a member of the Mainframe Systems Branch. She co-authored three award-winning NASA Tech Briefs and earned NASA Group Awards on system migration and integration teams. She was one of the founders of Glenn's Business and Professional Women's Club and held offices in the IFPTE union."

Craig Talley (Update)

House fire leaves one person dead in Southeast Washington, Washington Post

"Kristen Metzger, a spokeswoman for D.C. police, said the victim was a man who was found dead at the scene. The victim was later identified as Craig Talley, 60, of Southeast."

Teresa Faw Grimes: "Sad news for the NASA family and beyond. Craig Talley, 60, a wonderful long-time NASA HQ colleague and kind soul, passed from a fire in his home. ~ Craig's astute professionalism and calm demeanor were among his hallmarks for providing HQ with exemplary AV customer service. His path crossed so many over the years, and he will be deeply missed. Ad Astra ~ Namaste"

Keith's 8 Feb update: A GoFundMe Page has been set up by Craig's family for final arrangements.



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