Issue 21 and Volume 1895 16.

PROMINENT WATER WORKS MEN. TIMMOTHY WOODRUFF, BRIDGETON, N. J., Superintendent of the city water works, was born in Bridgeton in 1841. He learned machinist’s trade in Philadelphia. He entered the United States Navy as engineer during the war, serving four years, and receiving an honorable discharge, after which he was eight years with the old Camden and Amboy and Pennsylvania Railroad company, and has been in his present position eighteen years, doing efficient work. A. A. TUCKER, MEMPHIS, TENN., Superintendent, of mains, was born in Hardin county. Tennessee, in 1853, and began in the water business in 1882 with the Memphis Water company. He remained with that company, serving in different capacities until its consolidation witli the Artesian Water company, when he was chosen to his present position and has held it continuously since. He lms been a member of the American Water W orks association since the twelfth convention…

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