Sue Panteny ran her own consultancy for materials in transport applications. She was active within the Institute's Midlands Plastics and Rubber Group.
In memoriam: An appreciation of past members
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Frederick Cooke worked on the technology of plastics for over
50 years. He was widely known for his work on processing machinery, particularly in
injection moulding and extrusion.
Dr Alfred James Kennedy qualified
with a degree in physics but made many distinguished scientific and technological contributions to metallurgy, many of them in an engineering oriented context.
Robert Waterhouse was an expert in fatigue and fretting, and worked at the University of Nottingham. He passed away on 4 October 2010, aged 88 years.
David Smalley was part of the packaging
establishment and worked tirelessly for the IOM3 packaging division.
Dr David Osborne was heavily involved with the Mining Institute of Scotland. He had a successful career in academia at the University of Strathclyde.
A Life Fellow of The Packaging Society, David Osborne passed away on 22
September, aged 82 years. He was an active contributor to packaging education and training from
the 1970s to 2000, delivering lectures on his specialist subject,
Albert Davies was a Past
President of the former Institution of Mining Engineers (IMinE). He died on 13 July 2010.
Ted Smith was born in 1931. He was an expert in flaw evaluation and the understanding of the integrity of engineering components
Professor Colin Bodsworth, who died in July 2010, was active in metallurgy.