Kurt Haller, a noted engineer who worked on the highly technical designs of steam-generating units in power plants around the world, died on April 22 after suffering a heart attack. He was 82.
A longtime resident of Lawrence Township, Mr. Haller held several patents related to the design of power plant boilers and wrote technical papers that he presented at international conferences. He also worked on plans for upgrading aging power plants to improve efficiency and performance. As one colleague noted, there were few power plants that Mr. Haller did not have a personal knowledge of or had not himself helped design.
Mr. Haller was a keen intellectual who read history, philosophy and economics, an active member of The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville and an avid sportsman who played soccer and tennis. Biking was a passion: he went on several long trips through
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