Membership card for the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators that belonged to Bill Dennison
Membership card for the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators that belonged to Bill Dennison. Card consists of laminated white and blue cardstock. The card was for the year 1983 and proclaimed that Bill Dennison was in good standing with the association. Blue text on front with faded association logo in back. Back of card has a small calendar and P.O. box number printed in black. The signature of the International Director printed on front.
Donated to History Colorado by Shannon Dennison. The donor is the granddaughter of William Dale Dennison. William Dennison was born in California in 1932 and died in Denver in 2001. He was a veteran of the Korean War who started working at Rocky Flats in the 1980s. He remained employed at the site until it closed in 1992. Technically an employee of DOW Chemical Company (they were awarded the US Government contract for the site), William Dennison worked in security.
Printed on front: MEMBER '83 / International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators / WILLIAM D. DENNISON / IS A MEMBER IN GOOD STANDING / OF THE I. A. B. T. I. FOR THE YEAR 1983 / Ted C. Per[illegible] / INTERNATIONAL DIRECTOR
Printed on back: [calendar] P. O. Box 6609 / Colorado Springs, CO 80934 / 303--636-2596