Brian H. Rowe, a towering figure who led General Electric Aviation during the development of engines that established the company's division in everything from business jets to today's most successful narrow- and wide-body transports, died Feb. 22 at the University of Pennsylvania Medical Center in Philadelphia, following surgery. He was 75. Born in London, Rowe's first work in propulsion began at the de Havilland Engine Co. on piston, jet and rocket engines. He joined GE in 1957 in ...

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