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Arnold "Ace" Grubbe

Arnold Grubbe (1904-2002) was an engineer working for the civilian contractor Crane Company in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. He specialized in mechanical engineering, specifically working on valves for the gaseous diffusion process at the K-25 Plant. Following the war, Grubbe stayed with the Crane Company, and after over forty years with the company, he retired in 1969.

Arnold "Ace" Grubbe's Timeline

  • 1904 Jul 14th Born in Chicago, Illinois
  • 1943 Began work at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, specializing on the valves needed for the gaseous diffusion process.
  • 1969 Retired after forty years with the Crane Company

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