Materials Performance

JUN 2016

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81 NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 55, NO. 6 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE JUNE 2016 Your Association in Action Section Trustee Liaqat Raza presents a commemorative shield to invited speaker Aleequr Rehman. Raza presents a commemorative shield to invited speaker Ahmed Jawad Khan. NACE International Coating Inspector Program (CIP) Instructors (seated, left to right) Rob Roy and Phil Fouche recently led a CIP Level 1 course at the NACE International training facility in Dubai, U.A.E. NACE conducts hundreds of courses in all areas of corrosion control throughout the world. In Memoriam J oe F. Tatum passed away peace- fully on April 19, 2016 at his resi- dence in Hat ties- burg, Mississippi. A longtime member of NACE Interna- tional, Tatum received his B.E.E.E. degree in 1945 from the University of Vanderbilt. His graduate work was at the University of Pittsburgh. His business career was exten- sive. He was co-founder and board chair of Tatum Development Corp., Tatum Timber Co., HMT Management Corp., and Land Management, Ltd. He was the founder and board chair of Loresco, Inc. He served as board director for the Merchants Co. and Mississippi Tank and Manufacturing Co., and served on the boards of the Willmut Gas Co. and Industrial Welding Supplies of Hattiesburg. His professional certifications included Professional Engineer in the state of Mis- sissippi, Professional Engineer (Corrosion) in California, and NACE Corrosion Spe- cialist. He received the Appalachian Underground Corrosion Short Course Col. George C. Cox Award in 1987 and his NACE 60-year membership pin in 2011. Tatum was a philanthropist devoted to his community. During his life, he directed his time, intelligence, leadership qualities, and generosity to numerous organizations and causes. Tatum was preceded in death by his first wife, Lady Jean Barker Tatum; grand- son Eugene M. Hauck; parents Will Sion and Bernice Sarphie Tatum; and sisters Margueritte McDonnell and Bernice Huddleston. He is survived by his wife, Virginia Angelico Tatum; son Joseph F. "Chip" Tatum, Jr. (Mary); daughters Dawn Parker (Harold) and Deborah Hill (Stan); seven grandchildren, and 14 great-grand- children.

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