Kathleen Archambault, Housing
and Conference Services
Archambault, assignments counselor in Housing and Conference
Services, died suddenly on March 19, after a short illness
at the age of 63.
Archambault joined Penn in 1981 as a residence hall clerk
in Harrison College House and became an assignments counselor
in 1999, a title she held until her death.
was a key staff member in our Assignments Office and was
well loved for her positive outlook, her helpful nature,
and her cheerful personality. She extended empathy and
reassurance to countless new students and their parents
navigating their way through the room application process.
Her dedication to our students, to her colleagues in and
out of the department, and to Penn was exceptional. All
who worked with her and knew her will miss her tremendously," said
Director Doug Berger.
is survived by her husband, Eugene; daughters, Kathleen
Flynn and Michelle Logue; sons, Eugene Jr., and Rob;
and 13 grandchildren.
Mapp, College Houses
Mapp, financial administrator for the Office of College
Houses and Academic Services, died on March 9 at the age
Mapp joined Penn in 1986 as an administrative assistant
for the Office of Residential Living, and managed the Financial
Center for the College Houses when they were established
in 1998. She studied two years of law, and was an
active member of the New Light Beulah Baptist Church.
Mapp is survived by her husband of 30 years, Quincy Mapp,
Sr.; three children, Alita, Quincy Jr., and Ayana; seven
grandchildren; and six siblings.
contributions may be made in her memory to The Breathing
Room Foundation, P.O. Box 287, Jenkintown, PA 19046.