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Born in Arlington Heights, Ohio, he attended the Ohio Mechanics Institute before earning bachelors, masters, a PhD degrees at the University of Cincinnati (UC). Rieveschl returned to the University of Cincinnati where he served as a professor of chemical engineering, and later a professor of materials science.
Rieveschl remained active in the Cincinnati-area science and arts community until his death at age 91 from pneumonia. He had contributed an estimated $10 million to his alma mater, according to a UC spokeswoman.
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