Harry C. Geserick, CCAS AA ’52, BA ’54

Harry C. Geserick, CCAS AA ’52, BA ’54, who retired in 1974 as deputy director of administration for the federal Renegotiation Board, a now-defunct independent agency that had an oversight role with military contracts, died July 7.

Mr. Geserick was an engineering design draftsman for the Defense Department from 1946 to 1962. He then joined the Renegotiation Board. After his federal retirement, he worked as a DJ for the Lincolnia Senior Center in Alexandria. A native of Camden, N.J., he served in the Army Air Forces as a B-24 pilot during World War II. He received a bachelor’s degree in 1954 from George Washington University and a master’s degree from American University in 1957, both in economics. He lived in McLean and was a founding member of the Regal Dinner and Dance Club in Fairfax County and a member of the Cherrydale United Methodist Church in Arlington County.

Read the full tribute in the Washington Post.

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