Howard Woodworth Simpson (8 May 1892 – 4 November 1963) was an automotive engineer whose designs were extensively used in automatic transmissions.
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... Simpson died of cancer in November 1963 ... and Driveline Committee established the annual SAE/Timken-Howard Simpson Automotive Transmission and Driveline Innovation Award for innovations in automotive transmissions and drivelines ... In 1964 an uncredited writer for Motor Trend magazine said of Simpson, "e was neither eccentric nor egocentric ...
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