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Ms. Moore, Penn Bookstore

Lynnette Moore, former head cashier of the Penn Bookstore, died of cancer on March 11, at the age of 43.

Ms. Moore began working at the Penn Bookstore in 1977 as a cashier and was a supervisor when she left in 1996. She then went to work for DeLage Laden, in Wayne.

She is survived by her husband, Todd; her mother, Paula Ruffin; one sister Kyle Ruffin; and her grandmother, Elizabeth Maklin.

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Ms. Riley, History Department

Valerie Riley, administrative assistant in the history department, died on March 15, after a brief illness, at the age of 49.

Mrs. Riley received her bachelor's degree from Gwynedd Mercy College in 1972. She joined the history department's support staff upon graduation, and remained here for her entire career.

Mrs. Riley began as a secretary/receptionist and through the years gained increased responsibility, becoming an administrative assistant and serving 11 department chairs throughout her 30 years at Penn.

She is survived by her husband, Charles Riley; son, Joshua; daughter, Sabrina; mother, Aurelia Eaddy; brother, Reuben Eaddy; and three sisters, Karen Warfield, Cherly Williams and Monique Fowlkes.

Memorial donations for the family may be made to Charles Riley and sent to Hanna Poole, History Department, 208 College Hall/6379.

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Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 27, March 26, 2002


March 26, 2002
Volume 48 Number 27

Five innovators and luminaries will receive honorary degrees at Commencement.
Total undergraduate charges for tuition, fees, room and board will increase 4.6 percent for the coming year.
The Senate Committee on the Faculty reports on the Gender Equity Report published December 4, 2001.

INS Restrictions on automatic visa revalidation could affect international scholars at Penn.

This year's Antiques Show will benefit Penn's Institute for Environmental Medicine.