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HERMAN KUHN, FORENSIC SCIENTIST, PROFESSOR
JUNE 20, 1930 -- NOV. 5, 2004

Herman A.J. Kuhn, Ph.D., of Madison, Wis., a forensic scientist and a professor at the University of Wisconsin, died unexpectedly at his home Friday. He was 74.

The former Buffalo resident was a graduate of Cornell University and the University of Wisconsin, where he earned his doctorate. He served as a lieutenant in the Air Force during the Korean War.

Dr. Kuhn left the Buffalo area about 20 years ago.

A professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, he taught in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, specializing in transportation and highway engineering.

Surviving are two sons, Douglas and David, both of Madison; a stepson, Gregory Hicks of Madison; a stepdaughter, Ellen Hall of Madison; a sister, Rita Hayden of Buffalo; and five grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held Wednesday in Cress Funeral Home, Madison.

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