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Klotz invested into Society of Fellows

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Paul W. Klotz, manager of business development at Thompson Engineering was invested into the Academy of Fellows of the Society of American Military Engineers in Washington, D.C., on March 24.

Klotz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Klotz, both deceased, formerly of Natchez.

Klotz has been involved in the Mobile Post of SAME more than 31 years. Investiture to the Academy of Fellows is the highest honor that can be bestowed to a SAME member.

In 2010 only 33 members were elected to the academy of the nationwide membership of 12,000.

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