DIVEN RESIGNS AS SECRETARY OF AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSN.
To Relinquish Official Duties, After Long Service, Feb. 1 on Account of Press of Work as Superintendent of Troy Water Works
SECRETARY John M. Diven of the American Water Works Association has requested to be relieved of the detail duties of secretary of the association, owing to his press duties as superintendent of the Troy, N. Y., water works, and his resignation was accepted by the executive committee at a meeting held on January 18, according to information received from George W. Fuller, president of the association. Mr. Diven s resignation becomes effective February 1. While severing his official connection with the association, Mr. Diven remains in the water works field and will retain his interest in the society for which he has labored so long and faithfully.
W. K. Niesley, the present office assistant, will temporarily carry on the duties of the secretary s office under the direction of the president, at 170 Broadway, New York City.
Abel Wolman will continue to act as the association’s editor.