Leonard Oberlander

Congressional Cemetery2018

Historic Congressional Cemetery

Historic Congressional Cemetery
Washington, DC, United States

Leonard Oberlander, 76, an official in five federal agencies who retired in 1995 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency where he was a program analyst and a policy specialist, died Jan. 6 at his home in Washington. The cause was multiple myeloma, said his wife, Marina Oberlander.

Mr. Oberlander was born in the Bronx and came to Washington in 1964. He began his federal career in 1965 as a research psychologist at the Naval Medical Research Center. Later he was a research psychologist and a program and policy analyst at the old National Bureau of Standards, the Justice Department and the Federal Aviation Administration. He joined FEMA in 1989. He edited a book, “Quantitative Tools for Criminal Justice Planning,” and wrote articles on aviation economics, behavior and perception.


  • Title: Leonard Oberlander
  • Creator: Congressional Cemetery
  • Date Created: 2018
  • Location Created: Washington, DC

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