Lucien M. Biberman
Lucien M. Biberman distinguished himself as one of the foremost contributors
to the United States' capability in infrared and electro-optical technology.
His pioneering research in infrared detectors, sensors, missile seekers, and
night vision is recognized throughout the world.
When not working, Luc loved
fly-fishing, especially for largemouth bass at Lake Ochechobee in Florida.
To entertain his children and grandchildren, he fished from piers and surf
casted in North Carolina and Cape Cod.
Lucien M. Biberman is survived by his wife, Virginia Hewitt Biberman, daughters Judith Ellen Robinson and Candace Biberman Evans and his sister, Bernice Biberman Gordon, his six grandchildren: Leland Gordon, Bryson Gordon, Chason Gordon, Kito Robinson Cetrulo, Kyla Robinson and John David Evans, and four great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his first wife, Anne Wilner Biberman and his daughter, Leslie Biberman Gordon.
In lieu of flowers, contributions
may be sent to the FishAmerica Foundation in support of the Family and Youth
Casting Call's kid's fishing day. Contributions may be made online at www.fishamerica.org/store or you may donate by check to FishAmerica Foundation, 225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 420, Alexandria, VA 22314 with Family and Youth Casting Call in the memo line