Pat McLeod

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Pat McLeodPat McLeod (’48, ’52 M.S.), Professor Emeritus of education, died on Oct. 12 in Denton. He worked at North Texas from 1954 to 2000, first as an instructor in industrial arts and later as founder and director of the vocational-technical program in the College of Education. He served as the Geezle faculty sponsor from 1954 to 1966. He had previously worked as a teacher in Monahans ISD and at Clifton College. The Career and Technology Education (CATE) Association of Texas created The Dr. Pat McLeod Scholarship in 2006, and the Denton ISD named the counseling center in the new Advanced Career and Technology Education Complex the Dr. Pat N. McLeod Vocational Counseling Center. He earned his North Texas degrees in industrial arts and his doctorate in administrative and educational services from Michigan State University. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 to 1947. Survivors include his son, Patrick Michael McLeod (’97, ’14 M.S.).

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