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Ron Creel
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Ron Creel
Space, Thermal Systems, and Test Planning  Engineer
Ron Creel is a systems engineer who began his career in 1965 as a NASA co-op student at the Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), joining full time in 1969, after graduating from Florida State University with a degree in Engineering Mechanics.  Ron has more than 48 years of extensive experience on space and rocket engineering projects, both for the Government and industry. 
As thermal control engineer on the Apollo Lunar Roving Vehicle (LRV) Team, his responsibilities included design, computer modeling, test verification, and mission support engineering for the vehicle’s thermal control system – in his words, “a high-speed and challenging task on America’s spacecraft with wheels.”  For his contributions, he was awarded the “Silver Snoopy,” the NASA Astronaut Corps’ own special award for outstanding performance.
Following his Apollo experiences, Ron worked on other thermal engineering projects at NASA, including the Laser Geodynamic Satellite (LAGEOS), the High Energy Astronomical Observatory (HEAO), and the X-Ray Calibration Test Facility, and performed extensive thermal/stress analytical work on Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) internal flow components and solid rocket propulsion stages. 
After his NASA career, Ron performed systems engineering on Strategic Defense Initiative Organization “Star Wars” space-based defense projects including extensive field testing in the Pacific.  He continued thermal engineering on several satellite programs, including the International Space Station launch-to-activation program at The Boeing Company.  Ron recently served as Thermal Subject Matter Expert on the Independent Readiness Review Team in California for U.S. Air Force satellites.
Ron is a much-sought-after expert and speaker who willingly describes the Apollo LRV thermal design, modeling, test verification, and mission support systems and shares experiences gained in coping with the harsh lunar environment. 
Ron supports several educational projects, such as lectures and the NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge (formerly Moonbuggy Races) held each spring at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, and enjoys sharing his experience with students and young and old aerospace professionals.  He has also formed a team which is developing LUROVA – the LUnar ROVing Adventures 3D “Edutainment” simulation for student involvement and challenge.
Since 2010, Ron has been working for the Defense Department at the Missile Defense Agency in Huntsville, Alabama, where he compiles test objectives for defense interceptor test programs.  Ron ultimately plans to retire with his wife of 43 years, Dottie, and their three sons, Tony, Chris, and Matt.
 
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Thank you, Tamar, and all the Reunion Committee for a job well-done! 
 
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