Krause, Kurth: - Kurth Krause is a pioneer in manned space programs and a retired aerospace executive. He earned degrees in math and physics at the University of Wisconsin, attended graduate school in astronautical guidance at MIT, and management training at Stanford and UCLA. He was President of the Wisconsin Chapter of Alpha Delta Phi 1961-2. He received awards from NASA, MIT, and TRW for his work on Apollo. He was in the NASA Mission Control Center for the Apollo 11 landing in 1969. He was the General Manager of Intermetrics' Aerospace Systems Systems Group from 1984-93. Accepted into Who's Who in the World in 1997. Kurth resides in Southern California with his wife Sue. They have two children and four grandchildren.