George W. Fewkes EE21, Lansdowne, Pa., Feb. 26, 1998.
Beatrice M. Coulomb CCT23, Longmeadow, Mass., Nov. 19, 1999.
Alfred F. Janus W24, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Nov. 14, 2001, at 102 years.
Elizabeth Shelton Morehouse PSW24, Silver Spring, Md., Dec. 13, 1997.
J. Russell Cades C25 L28 GL30, Honolulu, a retired partner of the law firm of Cades, Schutte, Fleming & Wright who was described as one of the most influential lawyers in Hawaii from the 1940s to the 1970s; Feb. 9, 2002. He moved to Hawaii in 1929 and specialized in corporate and tax law; during the Second World War he represented hundreds of clients who did business with the U.S. Army and the Army Corps of Engineers. A trustee of the University of Hawaii, he also served on the boards of the Honolulu Academy of Arts and the Contemporary Arts Center, and he was prominent in the building of the Blaisdell Concert Hall. An accomplished violinist and violist, he played with the Honolulu Symphony for over 30 years.
Harry Goldman WEv25, Philadelphia, Dec. 14, 1999.
Grant L. Miller W25, Sun City Center, Fla., April 9, 1998.
LtCol. Louis C. Rosenstein ME25, Haverford, Pa., retired director of the data-control division of the U.S. Naval Aviation Supply Depot in Philadelphia; July 13. He was a former president of the Philadelphia chapter of the Society of Logistics Engineers. And he served as president of the Elkins Park Library.
Dr. James H. Spencer M26, New Wilmington, Pa., a retired physician; Dec. 27, 2000.
Celia Whitten Schmidt CCT27, Lansdale, Pa., Aug. 19, 2000.
Dr. Joshua S. Somers C27 D28, Lafayette Hill, Pa., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in the Logan district of Philadelphia for 64 years; July 13.
Dr. Carl S. Uhrig W27, Pittsfield, Mass., April 4, 1999.
Adelaide J. Garrett OT28, Sarasota, Fla., Sept. 14, 1999.
Russell C. Griffith W28, Los Angeles, Jan. 20, 1999.
Eleanor L. Morrow Ed28, Havertown, Pa., 1988. She is survived by a niece, Elizabeth Morrow CW60.
Harvard C. Wood Jr. CE28, Newtown Square, Pa., retired third-generation owner of his familys cemetery-monument company in Fernwood; May 14. He used his engineering training to devise new techniques for making monuments as, by the 1930s, power tools were replacing hammers and chisels. During the Second World War he converted his showroom to house sandblasting equipment to clean castings for ships, turbines, and aircraft fuselages. He passed the business on to his son in 1984. And he was a past president of the American Institute of Commemorative Art.
Dr. Horace H. Bassett D29, Merritt Island, Fla., a retired dental surgeon who had served as chief of staff of the dental clinic of Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut, which he had helped establish; July 5. He was a founding president of the Greenwich Dental Society.
Joshua Cookenback Jr. W29, Wynnewood, Pa., retired marketing executive in the Norristown office of the old Bell of Pennsylvania; May 30. At Penn, he played on the baseball team and was president of the Glee Club and class president.
Anthony Gattozzi FA29, Cleveland, city commissioner of architecture from 1948 to 1972; April 17.
Dr. Abraham Myers C29, Merion, Pa., retired orthopedist who had maintained a practice in Philadelphia from 1947 to 1990; June 24. He was an instructor in orthopedic surgery at Thomas Jefferson University Medical School from 1938 to 1969.
Elizabeth Fulton Ed29, Sherburne, N.Y., Nov. 11, 1999.
Frank C. Gabell W29, Bentonville, Ariz., Oct. 15, 1999.
Anna Snyder Geiman CCT29, Los Altos, Calif., March 29, 2001.
Dr. Anna Harris Live Ed29 Gr59, Berkeley, Calif., Jan. 14, 2002.
John J. Kelly WEv29, Drexel Hill, Pa., Sept. 20, 2000.
John A. Pilley C29, Blue Bell, Pa., March 9, 2000.
Mary Wolcott Quereau OT29, Cleveland, Dec. 12, 2001.
Herbert G. Ratner W29, Boca Raton, Fla., Jan. 29, 2002.
Harry M. Rolin C29, Worcester, Pa., retired production manager for Fayette R. Plumb Inc., a tool manufacturer in Philadelphia; March 7.
Harry Rubenstein W29, Oklahoma City, a retired CPA who had maintained a practice in Perth Amboy, N.J., for many years; May 26. He was a past president of the Middlesex-Somerset chapter and a trustee of the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. He had taught at Middlesex College.
Pearl Taylor Sacks Ed29, Philadelphia, Jan. 12, 2002.
Emanuel Stelman W29, Philadelphia, April 18, 2001. He had worked for the IRS for many years.
Dr. Edward Suckle C29 M32, Los Angeles, a retired physician; Dec. 19, 2001.
Eleanor Schmidt Witz Ed29, Wyncote, Pa., Feb. 16, 2000.
Frances Levinson Beatman Ed30 PSW36, New York, a family therapist who served as executive director of Jewish Family Service from 1958 to 1977; May 31. She later served as a vice president of the Jewish Board of Family and Childrens Services.
Cornelius L. Cullen WEv30, Haddon Heights, N.J., Jan. 21, 2000.
Irwin M. Heine W30 WG32, Washington, a retired economist who served as chief of international affairs with the Federal Maritime Administration; Jan. 31, 2002. He wrote Chinas Rise to Commercial Maritime Power (1989). He retired in 1970, and was a consultant for 20 years to presidential commissions, federal agencies, and law firms.
William R. Heinsimer W30, Glencoe, Ill., March 5, 1999.
Florence H. Jones Ed30, Long Beach, Calif., April 25, 2000.
Henry D. Mirick Sr. Ar30 GAr31, Ardmore, Pa., an architect; April 12.
Katharine McCaughey Smith Ed30, Rochester, N.Y., May 17.
Herman S. Steinberg Ed30, Los Angeles, Aug. 1, 2000.
George L. Vonderlindt WEv30, Wayne, Pa., May 19, 1999.
Dr. Raymond W. Waggoner GM30, Ann Arbor, Mich., emeritus professor and chair of psychiatry at the University of Michigan who was among the first in this country to see mental illness as both an emotional and biological problem; June 27, 2000. Throughout his career he worked to modernize the treatment of the mentally ill by bridging the gap between psychotherapy and neuroscience, which seeks biological explanations for psychiatric disorders. The resulting biopsychosocial model, which he helped pioneer, is now the basis of psychiatry. In the years he was department chair, from 1937 to 1970, he built a nationally renowned clinical and research faculty.
Lucien S. Atkinson EE31, West Chester, Pa., a retired purchasing agent with the old Pennsylvania Railroad Co.; May 15.
Isaac W. Burnham II W31, New York, founder of the old securities firm Drexel Burnham Lambert; June 24. He acquired the nickname Tubby as a teenager when, as part of recovery from typhoid fever, he was fattened up by his parents: he later lost the weight and captained Penns lacrosse team. His career on Wall Street began when he joined an uncles firm; he formed his own company, Burnham & Co., in 1935, which became Drexel Burnham Lambert in 1973 when it acquired Drexel Firestone. He convinced Michael Milken WG70, then with Drexel Firestone, to stay on. After stepping down as chief executive officer in 1973 and as chair in 1984, he remained a director. The company was liquidated in 1996.
David Cohen WEv31, Philadelphia, Dec. 12, 1997.
Dr. Thomas H. Cowan C31 M34, Malvern, Pa., a retired ophthalmologist who had maintained a practice in Philadelphia for many years; March 6. He was associated with the old Philadelphia General Hospital, and Wills Eye and Thomas Jefferson University hospitals.
Dr. Isadore S. Epstein C31 M35 GM49, Wynnewood, Pa., a retired physician; July 22.
Dr. Eugene D. Foss WG31, Flora, Ill., July 2, 2001.
Mildred Hood Garvin OT31, Media, Pa., Jan. 28, 2000.
Clara Teller Halpern Ed31, Seal Beach, Calif., Feb. 8, 2002.
Sylvia Label Rabkin Ed31, Cherry Hill, N.J., Jan. 27, 2001.
Adm. Walter C. Welham C31, Martinsville, Va., retired senior medical officer for both the Atlantic and Pacific submarine fleets and chief surgeon for both the Atlantic and Pacific surface fleets of the U.S. Navy; March 24. Retiring in 1969, he served for 14 years as executive director of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States.
Virginia Wismer Borodin B32 G33, New York, a vinyl plastic chemist; April 9.
Maurice D. Faugh WG32, Snohomish, Wash., Jan. 8, 2001.
James T. Liddle W32, Elizabeth, N.J., an expeditor for Bethlehem Steel Corp. from 1940 to 1970; May 21. During the Second World War he was chair of the local War Production Board. And he served on the board of the eastern Union county chapter of the American Red Cross. At Penn he was a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity.
James B. Matthews WG32, Mercer Island, Wash., retired state director of the U.S. Savings Bonds division of the U.S. Treasury; July 3. He coached the Penn mens lightweight crew for over 13 years; a new rowing shell was recently named after him.
Anita Schoenberg Kane FA32, Wilmette, Ill., Sept. 4, 1999.
Lewis B. Larkey C32, Binghamton, N.Y., Jan. 7, 2002.
Dr. Rufus R. Little M32, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., retired superintendent and director of pulmonary disease at Bergen Pines County Hospital; March 2.
Mildred Gregg Loescher Ed32, Kennett Square, Pa., Dec. 23, 2001. A Quaker, she and her husband were long-active in civil rights and race relations both in this country and South Africa; and as a member of the Committee on Aging of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, she helped develop the Kendall-Crosslands retirement communities in Kennett Square and similar ones thoughout the Delaware Valley.
Dr. Bruce V. MacFadyen GM32, West Chester, Pa., a retired obstetrician-gynecologist; July 1, 2001. His son is Dr. Bruce V. MacFadyen Jr. GM56.
Dr. Joseph Shultz C32 D37, Freeport, N.Y., a retired dentist; March 16, 1999.
Wilbur J. Smith WEF32, Camp Hill, Pa., March 26, 1998.
Dr. William H. F. Auf der Heyde C33, Santa Maria, Calif., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Lansdale, Pa., for 40 years; April 29. At Penn he crewed and was a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. A Quaker in later life, he took part in his Meetings prison visiting.
Malcolm S. Barman W33, New York, an attorney; May 3.
Dr. Forrest G. Bratley M33 GM37, Jackson, Miss., a retired pathologist; Nov. 21, 2001.
Sarah Goldstein Lazarus Ed33, Southampton, Pa., a retired teacher in the Philadelphia school district; Feb. 3, 2002.
Arthur L. Palmer W33, Bridgewater, N.J., July 12. He interviewed for Penns local secondary-schools committee.
Louise Anderson Terzian Ed33, Fredericksburg, Va., an attorney who served (1963-67) as chief judge of the old Montgomery County Orphans Court, a probate court; May 6. After leaving the court, she practiced law for several years in Rockville, where she was a founding trustee of the Office of Public Defender in Montgomery County, and was special adviser on family law for the Maryland Bar Association. From the mid-1930s until moving to the Washington area in 1944, she was a caseworker for social service agencies in Philadelphia and its suburbs.
Dr. Frank L. Pita D33, Mesa, Ariz., a retired dentist; May 29, 2000.
Kathryn Faul Wallace Ed33, Lima, Pa., a retired teacher and counselor in the Philadelphia School District for 28 years; March 30.
Norman V. Wechsler W33, San Francisco, retired president and chair of I. Magnin, an old West Coast chain of upscale department stores; May 8. Family lore recounts that he walked into Saks Fifth Avenue as a young man and proclaimed to the stores chair, What I really want is your job. He became an assistant to Adam Gimbel, Saks former owner, then moved on to become a manager at Hudsons in Detroit, vice president of Halle Brothers in Cleveland, president of Weinstocks in Sacramento, merchandising manager at Robinsons in Los Angeles, before landing the job of president back at Saks in New York. During his time at I. Magnin, he oversaw the opening of 24 new stores and a doubling of sales; he retired in 1981. The chain was liquidated in 1995.
John J. Whalen GEd33, Kent, Ohio, Jan. 18, 2000.
Dr. Edmond K. Doak M34, Houston, a retired physician; Nov. 29, 2000.
Ada Carretta Finarelli Ed34, Springfield, Pa., retired chair of languages at Beverly Hills Junior High School in Upper Darby; June 23. Latterly she had taught Italian and Spanish at the Havertown Center for Older Adults.
John W. Green G34, St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 5, 1999.
Dr. Robert L. Hummer V34, San Antonio, Tex., a retired veterinarian; Sept. 19, 2001.
Walter R. Lindsey W34, Oxford, Ohio, April 10.
Ruth E. Miller Gr34, Newtown Square, Pa., April 7.
Bernard D. Rosenblum C34 PSW41, Riverdale, N.Y., April 3.
Dr. George E. Simpson Gr34, Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 13, 1998.
Kathleen A. Bacharach Ed35, Vancouver, Wash., March 30, 2001.
Frank G. Bradley C35, Ambler, Pa., a librarian for the Free Library of Philadelphia who was head of the Walnut Street branch for 13 years and retired as head of the Wynnefield branch in 1968; Feb. 20, 2002.
Ruth Smith Duncan Ed35, Collingswood, N.J., Nov. 27, 2001.
Dr. W. Nelson Francis G35 Gr37, Providence, R.I., emeritus professor and former chair of linguistics at Brown University; June 14. An expert on computer-aided linguistic research, he was co-creator of the pioneering Brown Corpus, a million-word analytical database of modern written American English, which served as a model for such resources in other languages. He was a founder of the International Computer Archive of Modern and Medieval English based in Bergen, Norway. His books include The Structure of American English, The English Language: An Introduction, and Dialectology: An Introduction; he co-wrote Frequency Analysis of English Usage. His Penn dissertation, an edition of the 14th-century Book of Vices and Virtues, was published by the Early English Text Society. His daughter is Nearlene J. B. Francis GEd82.
Henry Garber W35, New York, Sept. 16, 2000.
Stephen H. Gow W35, Buffalo, N.Y., retired founder of a regional insurance company, now merged with Hilb, Rogal and Hamilton Co., with which he stayed on as a consultant; April 13. He was a trustee of the Orchard Park Library Association for 37 years, serving as its president.
Elise Kiehl Haehn Ed35, Frankfurt, Dec. 13, 1999.
Adeline Caplin Heller Ed35, Miami, Nov. 14, 2000.
Grace Mintzer Marks Ed35 GEd42, Wynnewood, Pa., June 20, 1999.
Malia G. Natirbov W35, McLean, Va., Jan. 15, 2002.
William L. Purcell C35, Philadelphia, Nov. 1, 2001.
Ernest G. Rieker Jr. ME35, Fort Washington, Pa., Dec. 11, 2001.
Dr. Maxwell S. Ross D35, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a retired dentist; April 25, 2000.
Dr. William V. Rucker M35, Johnson City, Tenn., an obstetrician-gynecologist who had practiced for 50 years; Dec. 5, 2001.
Sidney J. Shapiro W35, Wyncote, Pa., June 27, 1998.
Leon Sondik W35, Highland Beach, Fla., retired founder of Enfield National Bank in Connecticut; March 28. As chair of the building committee, he oversaw the construction of Beth El Temple of West Hartford.
William J. Tanseer W35, Bryn Mawr, Pa., April 15, 2001.
Gertrude S. Wolf Ed35, Philadelphia, March 21.
Gilbert C. Ashley W36, Leesburg, Fla., Sept. 10, 2001.
Helen Nowakowska Drell Ed36, Marlton, N.J., June 10.
Abraham M. Kunis C36, Fort Lee, N.J., June.
Charles M. Supplee Jr. W36, Ocean City, N.J., March 2, 1998.
Barrett G. Tawresey C36 L39, Bothell, Wash., an attorney; Jan. 10, 2002.
W. Cooper Willits C36, Paoli, Pa., Sept. 7, 2001.
Dr. Albert J. Battaglia C37 GM51, Ventnor City, N.J., a retired physician; June 11, 2001.
Dr. Fred R. Brown C37 GEd41 Gr59, Seattle, March 2.
Clifford H. Dwinell W37, Granby, Mass., a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force who served as a commander of a B-52 bomber squadron of the Strategic Air Command; Jan. 6, 2002. Retiring in 1969, he worked in real estate. He was past president of the Granby Historical Association.
Jane Ahlers Eves Ed37, Doylestown, Pa., Jan. 2, 2001.
Dr. Joseph B. Hartranft W37, Annapolis, Md., the founder in 1939 of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, which he served as president from 1952 to 1977; Feb. 22, 2002. During the Second World War he was a liaison for President Roosevelt, settling disputes between military and civilian operations and helping to preserve airspace for civilian aviation. He also organized what later became the Civil Air Guard, training pilots for emergency medical flights and submarine-spotting off the coasts. And he proposed and helped implement the marking of runways with magnetic headings, still in use today.
Edmund L. Harvey ME37 L41, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired attorney who had maintained a general-law practice in Media for many years; July 17.
John C. L. Maloney W37, Madison, Wisc., Feb. 23, 2000.
James H. Muntz Jr. WEv37, Tucson, Ariz., a retired accounting officer with the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia; July 21.
George N. Nicholson ME37, Sarasota, Fla., retired vice president of the Glanz Carpet Co. in Philadelphia; April 27. He was a former national board member of the Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, and co-founding chair of its Delaware Valley chapter.
Richard J. Oberfield W37, Philadelphia, retired managing partner of Laventhol and Horwarth, the accounting firm; Jan. 19, 2002. He was a former president of Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park. At Penn he was a member of the track and tennis teams.
Malcolm P. Pennypacker WEv37, Medford, N.J., Jan. 21, 1999.
Carl Boloyar Stoye Ar37, Marco Island, Fla., an architect who had maintained a practice in Sayville, N.Y., from 1946 to 1986; June 24.
Christian L. Swartz W37, Vienna, Va., an attorney; Dec. 7, 1999.
Dr. Thomas R. Uber M37, Oconomowoc, Wisc., a retired physician; Feb. 13, 2001.
Russel A Wilson WEF37 W48, Scranton, Pa., Dec. 29, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Blodwyn Griffiths Wilson OT49.
Dr. Irving Zeidman C37 M41, Marlton, N.J., emeritus professor of pathology at the University; Feb. 13, 2002. He joined the faculty in 1947 and was promoted to associate professor in 1955 and professor in 1961; he retired in 1983. He specialized in researching the spread of cancer in the lymphatic system.
Dorothea Credo Zettler CW37, Newtown Square, Pa., Jan. 6, 2001.
James N. Banks W38, Wilton, Conn., Feb. 20, 2002.
Theodore L. Brubaker L38, Lancaster, Pa., an attorney; April 15.
Anita Ellis Denenberg CW38, West Palm Beach, Fla., June 29, 2000.
Arthur S. Efros W38 L41, Red Bank, N.J., an attorney; Jan. 25, 1998.
Walter Hirsch W38, Sun City West, Ariz., a retired economist for the U.S. Navy; April 16. He wrote Unit Man-Hour Dynamics for Peace or War (1957).
Bryden B. Hyde Ar38 GAr39, Gibson Island, Md., Dec. 28, 2001.
Dr. Charles F. Johnson M38, Allentown, Pa., a retired physician; March 10.
Dr. Martha Maurer Kandra CW38, Scotch Plains, N.J., Feb. 5, 1999.
Albert E. Klingeman WEF38 CCC46, Reading, Pa., July 10.
Eli Matusow C38, Egg Harbor, N.J., Feb. 21, 2002.
Dr. David H. Pepper W38 L46, Oceanside, Calif., a retired teacher with the Army and Navy Academy at Carlsbad; June 17.
Dr. Harold T. Pinkett G38, Washington, March 15, 2001.
Frederick H. Schleber W38, Pittsford, N.Y., retired president of Schwalb Oil Co. in Rochester; Feb. 27, 2002.
Herbert H. Schiff W38, Sarasota, Fla., retired chair and CEO of SCOA Industries; May 2. He had served on the board of trustees of Yeshiva University for many years and was the founding chair of the board of governors of its Wurzweiler School of Social Work; he also served on the executive committee of the board of Brandeis University, and was an emeritus trustee of the Peddie School. An honorary vice-president of the JDC and the American Jewish Committee, he was a former trustee of the American Friends of the Hebrew University and of the United Jewish Appeal. He had served on the boards of the American Footwear Industries Association, the National Retailers Merchants Association, and the Ohio State Council of Retail Merchants. And he was a former director of BancOhio National Bank.
Guerdon D. Smith W38, Santa Barbara, Calif., March 23, 2000.
Dr. Edward A. Strubbe C38 D41, Walnut Creek, Calif., a retired dentist who over 40 years had maintained practices in East Orange and Short Hills, N.J.; Feb. 22, 2002.
Jack Reston Stuetz ChE38, Belcamp, Md., a retired chemical engineer at the Edgewood Arsenal who conducted research on mustard gas; March 16. Earlier, working for the Kiwi Shoe Polish Co., he helped develop a formula for liquid shoe polish.
Elsa Wattson Wyman Ed38, South Laguna, Calif., Sept. 13, 2000.
Dr. Stephen J. Angello EE39 GEE40 GrE42, Pittsburgh, April 13, 2001.
Hilda Bredt Dorfman Ed39, Ambler, Pa., June 17.
Dr. Arthur F. Fisher D39, Green Valley, Ariz., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice near Rochester, N.Y., for many years; March 25. After retiring he served for seven years as chief administrator of Myers Hospital in Sodius, N.Y.
Maj.Gen. Robert C. Forbes C39, Catonsville, Md., a retired officer who had served in the U.S. Army for 33 years, including one tour as secretary of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; March 18. He was decorated for valor in action during the Second World War and the Vietnam War.
Willard F. Harley G39, Montecito, Calif., April 18, 2001.
William H. Loesche Jr. L39, Gladwyne, Pa., retired chief financial officer of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Philadelphia; April 8. He served on the board of the Central Penn Bank, and from 1955 till 1975 on the Lower Merion school board.
Melvin C. Marshall WEv39, Merchantville, N.J., April 13, 1999.
Dr. Frederick Skutt Mulford D39, Rochester, N.Y., a retired dentist; Dec. 24, 2001.
Julian F. Reichman W39, South Orange, N.J., Jan. 10, 2001.
Dr. Arthur Schreiber D39, Boca Raton, Fla., a retired dentist; Jan. 21, 2002.
Dr. Harold M. Summers V39, Lake Mary, Fla., a retired veterinarian; Dec. 21, 2001.
Mary Meine Barker CCC40, Newtown Square, Pa., Jan. 1998.
Jeanne B. Burbank G40, Scottsdale, Ariz., a researcher with the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory in Washington who retired in 1971 after 25 years; March 2. Her field was acid storage batteries, and she had received a number of awards for her work.
Dr. Fernando P. Chirino C40, Coral Gables, Fla., emeritus professor of internal medicine at Tulane University; May 23.
Dr. William C. Conroy D40, Roseland, N.J., a retired dentist; June 5.
Joseph L. Davidson W40, Palm Beach, Fla., a retired executive with the DuPont Co.; May 14.
Dorothy Jayne Hutton Duffy CW40, Spokane, Wash., Feb. 26, 2002.
Dr. Jack L. Eisaman GM40, Columbia City, Ind., a retired physician; Feb. 13, 1999.
Melville J. Golding W40, Tucson, Ariz., May 17.
Dr. Raymond E. Kerlin Jr. V40, Goldsboro, N.C., a retired veterinarian; June 12.
Alden R. Ludlow II W40, Gladwyne, Pa., July 7. He joined Gallaghers Warehouses & Trucking Co. after the Second World War and retired in 1980. He was known on the Main Line and in South Jersey for a 1929 fire truck he drove whenever he could, especially in parades.
Leonard I. Meisel C40, Dayton, Ohio, retired aeronautical engineer who taught mathematics and technical writing in the engineering-technology department at the University of Dayton; Feb. 12, 2002. He had earlier served as assistant chief of the general testing laboratories of the Quartermaster Inspection Service Command at the U.S. Armys Quartermaster Depot in Philadelphia. His brother-in-law is Roger B. Himmell W53.
Dr. Lewis F. Parsly ChE40 Gr48, Oak Ridge, Tenn., a retired senior chemical engineer with Martin Marietta Energy Systems; April 29.
Joseph F. Rex W40, Paris, Tex., retired president of the mushroom division, in Reading, Pa., of the Campbell Soup Co.; April 13, 2001. He was the first manager of a Campbells plant in Paris. He served on the board of Paris Junior College.
Robert Roach C40, Naples, Fla., Dec. 26, 1999.
Sidney A. Rosen W40, Orlando, Fla., May 18, 2000.
Nancy Maxwell Tower CW40 G42, Elizabethtown, Pa., Oct. 30, 1998.
Henry A. White Jr. WEv40, Hockessin, Del., a retired 38-year employee of the DuPont Co.; April 27. During the Second World War he worked in Oak Ridge, Tenn., on the Manhattan Project.
Dr. James D. Barger M41, Albuquerque, N.M., a retired physician; April 3.
William Dawson W41, Gaithersburg, Md., June 24.
Helen M. Dungee CCC41, Philadelphia, Dec. 15, 1997.
Frank R. Dyer WEv41, Rydal, Pa., retired vice president and chief credit-policy officer with the old Philadelphia National Bank; March 5. He joined the bank as a messenger in 1937. He served on the boards of the Philadelphia Zoo and the former Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science.
Dr. Wilbur B. Light GM41, Delano, Minn., Nov. 7, 2000.
Bernard N. Lock C41, Harrisburg, Pa., July 29, 2001.
Joseph G. Maimin W41, White Plains, N.Y., April 2000.
Dean W. Peterson Jr. W41, Fairfax, Va., May 23, 1999.
Dr. Theodore S. Poulsen M41, Sonoma, Calif., a retired physician; Dec. 20, 2001.
Norman B. Shrenk Ed41, Wallingford, Pa., Aug. 13, 2000.
Raymond D. Usilton WEv41, Ocean City, N.J., Jan. 16, 2002.
Marshall A. Fine W42, Rydal, Pa., a retired stockbroker with the old Hornblower & Weeks in Philadelphia; May 20.
Charles M. Knopf Jr. ME42, Gulph Mills, Pa., June 22.
Louis Harry Linowitz W42, Aventura, Fla., March 10.
Sr. Margaret Mary Loughran G42 Gr54, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a sister of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus who had served as professor and chair of religious studies at Rosemont College; April 27.
Laurence H. Lucker Jr. W42, West Chester, Pa., April 28.
Richard S. Merriam W42, Towson, Md., Jan. 23, 2002.
Louis Mirman W42, Virginia Beach, Va., April 14.
Thomas S. Post W42, Vero Beach, Fla., retired owner of his familys insurance firm, the P.A. Post Agency, in New York and Hackensack, N.J., that specializes in public transportation; May 30.
Hon. Albert F. Sabo W42 L49, Philadelphia, a judge on the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas from 1974 to 1998; May 8. He presided over the highly publicized trials of Mumia Abu-Jamal in 1982 and Philadelphia Mafia boss Nicky Scarfo in 1988. For one period, he heard only homicide cases and is reputed to have put more people on death row than any other judge in the country; for the last eight years on the bench, serving as a senior judge, he was transferred to the civil division.
William M. Sickler WEv42, Hagerstown, Md., April 26.
James F. Wildeman L42, Harrisburg, Pa., retired chief counsel for the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board; Jan. 27, 2000.
Robert W. Wittman WEv42, Ambler, Pa., Aug. 23, 2001.
Dr. G. Winfield Yarnall M42, Camp Hill, Pa., a physician; Nov. 26, 1996.
James C. Beatty C43, Williamstown, N.J., Nov. 14, 2001.
Dr. Albert M. Berkelhammer V43, Annandale, N.J., a retired veterinarian; July 30.
Frederick W. Brown W43 G49, Eau Claire, Wisc., Oct. 9, 2001.
Beryl Lusher Denk CW43, Philadelphia, March 28, 1998.
Dr. Ellsworth Dougherty III V43, Bradenton, Fla., a retired biomedical research scientist at Cornell University and the USDA Plum Island Animal Disease Center on Long Island; Jan. 10, 2002.
Jacqueline Williamson Herty DH43, Waco, Tex., Feb. 20, 2000.
Dr. Winfield C. John M43, Huntington, W.Va., a retired physician; Nov. 12, 1998.
William H. Nevins ME43, Stamford, Conn., March 3, 2000.
James C. Payne W43, Palo Alto, Calif., Feb. 27, 2002. He had worked for the Phoenix Home Life Mutual Insurance Co. of New York. He took up silversmithing in retirement. He had served as moderator of the Northern California and Nevada Conference of the United Church of Christ.
Dr. Robert A. Rupp M43, Uniontown, Pa., a physician; May 2.
Mary Young Specht CW43, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., Feb. 18, 2002.
Dr. John Edward Stefanick V43, Hermitage, Pa., veterinarian; April 18.
S. Bertram Stiff Jr. Ed43, Haverford, Pa., retired co-owner of Kenworth Trucks Philadelphia in Chester; April 17. He had earlier been national-accounts sales manager in the heavy-duty truck division of White Motor Co. for 18 years. At Penn he was a star fullback on the 1940, 1941, and 1942 football teams under George Munger Ed33, and a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, the Friars Senior Society, and the Penn Varsity Club. Serving in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Second World War, his unit landed on the beach at Iwo Jima seven minutes after the American invasion began; he was injured and awarded a Purple Heart. And he served as Class president.
Lucille Artman Stretch CW43, Media, Pa., May.
Dr. Tybel Bloom PSW44 GrS60, Philadelphia, emeritus professor of social work at the University; July 15. She worked at the Philadelphia Child Guidance Clinic and then taught at the University of Southern California before joining the Penn faculty in 1955. She became associate professor in 1966, full professor in 1968, then associate dean for curriculum. She wrote the article, Social Casework: the Functional Approach, for the Encyclopedia of Social Work (1977). She was appointed emeritus professor in 1979.
Robert B. Doan Ed44, Town Bank, N.J., June 25.
Rhoda Field Druin Moore CW44, Lodi, Calif., May 18. At Penn she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority.
Jose A. Alvarez WG45, Mount Laurel, N.J., Dec. 5, 1998.
Marie Senn Andrus CW45, Culpeper, Va., April 24.
Dr. John H. Hopkins V45, Hagerstown, Md., veterinarian; Jan. 17, 2002.
Dr. Joseph L. Moretto GM45, New Castle, Pa., a retired physician; Feb. 23, 2000.
Morris S. Slotsky ME45, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired mechanical-engineering consultant; April 27. One of his daughters is Dr. Mary Slotsky Muscato CW71 and his son-in-law is Dr. Joseph J. Muscato C71 M75.
Bernard Stern C45, Phoenix, a former journalist with union newspapers who retired in 1976 in order to pursue a legal career, retiring as an attorney for the Ohio Commission on Aging in 1984; July 1.
Evelyn G. Marcantonio Ed46 GEd46, Abington, Pa., instructor in Penns Graduate School of Education, 1958-67; June 11. She also ran Penns Peace Corps training program. In 1987 she received the Graduate Schools alumni award of merit.
Josephine B. Moyer Ed46, Blue Bell, Pa., Dec. 13, 1998.
Dr. Cecilia Douglas Powers V46, Dover, Mass., a retired veterinarian who had maintained a large-animal practice there with her veterinarian husband when it was a rural town; April 17.
Gordon D. Pratt C46, Oceanside, Calif., June 26, 1998.
Herbert J. Bellairs W47, Wyomissing, Pa., retired real estate broker who operated his own business for 46 years; June 27. He co-wrote Modern Real Estate Practices in Pennsylvania (1975), now in its ninth edition. He was a former treasurer of the National Association of Realtors.
Justin G. Duryea L47, Devon, Pa., an attorney; June 22, 2001.
Donald C. Exler GME47, Cinnaminson, N.J., Nov. 15, 2001.
Raymond P. Kettl W47, York, Pa., Feb. 25, 2002.
Joseph F. Lewis Jr. W47, Egg Harbor, N.J., Jan. 18, 2002.
Dr. Howard E. Markle V47, West Newton, Pa., veterinarian; April 27.
Phaik Sim L. Mui Ed47, Philadelphia, Sept. 26, 2001.
Mary Clark Stambler Ed47, Whittier, Calif., Oct. 24, 2000.
Allan J. Udell W47, Germantown, Md., March 2.
John D. Woebse W47, Batavia, Ill., a retired sales manager; March 23.
Dr. I. Reid Collmann M48, Knoxville, Tenn., a physician; Dec. 21, 2001.
Carolyn L. Cutting DH48, Abington, Pa., Feb. 14, 2002.
Morton K. Lackritz W48, North Miami Beach, March 23.
Arthur R. Littleton C48 L51, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a retired partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, who in latter years was of counsel to the firm of Hoyle, Morris & Kerr, retiring from there in 1995; July 23. As chair of the Clients Security Fund of the Philadelphia Bar, he worked to protect clients against attorney misconduct. He had served on the board of the Philadelphia chapter of the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. And he was vice-chair and a reader for Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic in Bryn Mawr. At Penn he played varsity football.
Dr. Norman H. Pollock Jr. Gr48, Mt. Pleasant, S.C., May 2, 1998.
Henry C. Spangler W48, Bear, Del., a retired assistant manager in charge of stockholders relations with the DuPont Co.; Feb. 12, 2002.
Clayton L. Vogel GEd48, Springfield, Va., Jan. 2, 2000.
Evelyn Braslow Ed49, Silver Spring, Md., Dec. 13, 1999.
Robert J. Coughlan W49, Phoenixville, Pa., retired owner of a sporting-goods firm in Pottstown; July 10.
Harvey N. Ebersole G49, Columbus, Ohio, March 2, 1999.
Paul W. Ensminger G49, Trafalgar, Ind., Aug. 28, 1998.
Alice W. Fleet GEd49, Arlington, Va., Dec. 15, 2000.
James K. Gottshall G49, Salem, Ore., Dec. 13, 2001.
Donald S. Hain CE49, Philadelphia, May 20.
Prof. Fred W. Kniffin WG49, Winter Park, Fla., March 13.
Richard Marks W49, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., June 17, 2000.
Donald M. Singer Jr. C49, Southampton, N.J., June 16.
Lee N. Steiner L49, Scarsdale, N.Y., an attorney; March 28.
Thomas N. Stewart GEd49, Woodstown, N.J., Aug. 28, 2001.
Maj. Karl W. Wendel II C49 G50, Southampton, Pa., Feb. 13, 2002.
Dr. Paul L. Weygandt GM49, Akron, Ohio, a retired physician; Nov. 12, 2001.
Ruth Rosner Wolfe CW49, Lake Worth, Fla., Oct. 7, 1998.
Dr. Arthur K. Young SW49, Boulder, Colo., May 5.
Sterling E. Batson Jr. GAr50, Birmingham, Ala., a partner in Turner Batson, the family architectural firm; March 7, 2001.
Marie Sherman Hamilton Ed50 GEd57, Philadelphia, Dec. 28, 2001.
Cmdr. James E. Hammond W50, Lincoln, Neb., Sept. 23, 1999.
Paul M. Herring WEF50, Brandon, Fla. June 25, 1998.
Dennis W. Kelley W50, Lakeland, Fla., Feb. 12, 2002.
Kenneth G. Lefevre Jr. W50, Rosemont, Pa., retired executive vice president of Metalweld, Inc., in Philadelphia; June 19. He served on the board of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers. At Penn he was on the varsity swim team.
Dr. Shao Chuan Leng Gr50, Charlottesville, Va., Sept. 4, 2000.
Harold A. Lockwood Jr. C50 L54, West Chester, Pa., an attorney; May 5.
John R. McCarty EE50, Akron, Ohio, an electrical engineer with the Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. who retired in 1990 after 40 years; April 18.
Irma J. Reese Ed50 GEd57, Lincoln University, Pa., April 2.
Helmut E. Thierfelder ChE50, Conshohocken, Pa., an engineer with GE Aerospace who designed power systems for NASA until retiring in 1993; June 13. German-born, during the Second World War he served with military intelligence in the 82nd Airborne Division and participated in the Battle of the Bulge.
Howard R. Watt Jr. W50, Norristown, Pa., Feb. 3, 2002.
Prima Lee Bryson WG51, Baltimore, former director of business education at Morgan State University; May 5.
Paul K. Lambert WG51, Canton, Mass., Oct. 26, 2001.
John N. Manlove WEv51, Hatboro, Pa., June 17, 2001.
Dr. Charles D. Prater Gr51, Philadelphia, Jan. 1, 2001.
Dr. Benjamin N. Schoenfeld Gr51, Haycock, Pa., retired professor of political science at Temple University; May 2. He had served as chair of the executive committee of the liberal-arts faculty, department chair of graduate studies, and coordinator at Temples Ambler campus. He wrote Federalism in India (1960). He was a board member of the Philadelphia chapter of the Epilepsy Foundation of America. And he served on the Haycock Zoning Board of Appeals.
Robert Olaf Berg Ar52, Denville, N.J., a self-employed architect who had maintained a practice there for 30 years, retiring in 1981; April 26. He designed the Morris County Courthouse, the Morris County Library, and Dover General Hospital.
Bernard Garber W52, Margate City, N.J., July 9, 2000.
Dr. Joseph T. Kenny CCC52, Ocean City, N.J., Jan. 6, 2000.
Francis T. Nicholson GEE52, Medford, N.J., retired head of the orbit-determination group on the Galileo Mission at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Pasadena, Calif.; July 6. He delayed retiring until 1996, in order to see Galileo reach Jupiter.
Walter B. Patterson Jr. GME52, Newtown Square, Pa., April 28.
Howard R. Schaeffer W52 WG54, Bryn Mawr, Pa., March 12.
Charles Robert Conaway W53, Bradford, Pa., May 26.
Anthony G. Dininni G53, Westerville, Ohio, Sept. 5, 1999.
George L. Kappes W53, Laguna Woods, Calif., Jan. 2, 2002.
Dr. Yale Jay Lubkin EE53, Owings, Md., Aug. 12, 2001.
Barbara Gill Mabe DH53, New York, a former dental hygienist who later served as receptionist at the head offices of the old Mobil Oil Corp.; July 4.
Dr. Frank T. Mansure M53, Bryn Mawr, Pa., retired medical director of the Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Philadelphia; May 12. During the Second World War, he served as a U.S. Army medic in the Pacific and then in Japan during the occupation. He had maintained a practice in internal medicine in Philadelphia, but closed it in 1958 to join Provident Mutual as medical director. Retiring from that position in 1985, he became consulting medical director for Guardian Life Insurance Co. in Bethlehem, until incapacitated by ill-health in 1998. An enthusiastic outdoorsman and a committed ecologist, he cleared trails at the Riverbend Environmental Center in Gladwyne where he served on the board and in the wooded area around the Beaumont retirement home where he later lived; his son noted that there he was always checking to make sure the recycling was separated properly.
Richard H. Pelham W53, Rotterdam Junction, N.Y., Feb. 22, 2002. His brothers are Robert H. Pelham Jr. W53 and Roger H. Pelham W66.
Lowell G. Allen EE54, Hopewell Junction, N.Y., June 6, 1999. He retired in 1985 as an electrical engineer at IBM.
Gordon B. Hattersley WG54, Berwyn, Pa., former partner and CEO of UTI Corp., a metal-tubing manufacturing company, in Collegeville; April 30. He served on the board of the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia, and was president of Paoli Hospital in the late 1970s.
Barry M. Heller W54, Milwaukee, Feb. 29, 2000.
Rose Hinton Martin GEd54, Philadelphia, associate minister at Pinn Memorial Baptist Church from 1982 to 1998; June 9. She had earlier taught elementary school for 38 years in Maryland and Philadelphia, retiring in 1980 from Overbrook Elementary School, where she had spent the last 10 years of that career.
Dr. Alvin H. Smith GM54, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired physician; Feb. 2, 1998.
Richard N. Taylor W54, West Chester, Pa., a retired manager of marketing research with GlaxoSmithKline; July 24.
Dr. Samuel J. Barr C55, San Francisco, a physician; May 10, 2001.
Hartley M. Burnham GME55, Andover, Mass., July 21, 2001.
Geoffrey B. Dougherty W55, Valley Forge, Pa., president of a data-processing firm which he founded in 1971; May 18.
Elisabeth Lawn OT55, Alexandria, Va., Sept. 6, 1998.
Arthur J. Sullivan L55, Wilmington, Del., an attorney; May 16.
Carl K. Zucker C55 L58, Philadelphia, an attorney who had specialized in zoning law, often representing many high-profile clients; June 23.
Dr. Willard J. Brown Jr. D56, Wilmington, Del., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice there for 30 years; July 3.
John A. Galgon WEv56, Philadelphia, April 6, 2000.
James D. Grant WG56, New York, July 13.
Eric Hemphill SW56, Freeport, N.Y., Feb. 6, 2001.
Dr. Walter S. Tholt GD56, Akron, Ohio, a retired dentist; Dec. 15, 1998.
A. Bernard Tourkin W56, Oceanside, Calif., May 24.
Carol Hartmann Brehman CW57, Berwyn, Pa., former national president of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority; May 29.
Michael R. Drilling W57, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., April.
Joel B. Leff W57, New York, founding co-chair of Forstmann-Leff Associates, an investment-management firm; May 7. He also owned the Oblique Gallery on East 60th Street, where he and his wife sold a range of Art Deco and East Asian antiques they had acquired on their travels; he kept a computer at the gallery so he could continue with his investment work while keeping an eye on the gallery. He had taught economic theory at Harvard University. His firm was bought by a British conglomerate in 1986, but it went bankrupt; Joel negotiated to buy it back, and re-sold it in 1997, but stayed on with his management team and operated it under contract.
Robert F. MacNeal G57, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., retired head of foreign languages at Central High School in Philadelphia; May 17. He co-wrote and consulted on a number of foreign-language texts.
Dr. Oscar E. Remick G57, Ellsworth, Maine, March 25.
John F. Salmon L57, Moorestown, N.J., April 30.
Doreen Levit Tribuch GEd57, Houston, May 26, 2000.
Hilton G. R. Baines SW58, Lady Lake, Fla., April 16, 2000.
Leeda Fantilli WEF58, Reading, Pa., March 14.
Miles Boyne Dahlen CGS59, Huntersville, N.C., July 13. He had worked for The DuPont Co.
Dr. George A. Keck V59, Annville, Pa., a veterinarian; March 22.
Helmut W. Krohnemann Ar59, Lansdale, Pa., a retired associate architect with the Philadelphia architectural firm Kling Lindquist; March 15. He was project manager for the head offices of SAP America in Newtown Square.
Warren A. Mulle GEE59, Moorestown, N.J., Aug. 4, 1999.
Benjamin F. Barr II Ar60, Pittsburgh, Dec. 10, 2001.
Alicia Void Johannes Nu60, Las Cruces, N.M., Oct. 25, 2001.
Dr. John A. Bernstein Gr61, St. Paul, Minn., emeritus professor of English literature at Macalester College, who had taught there from 1967 to 1998; May 17. He wrote Pacifism and Rebellion in the Writings of Herman Melville (1964). He had taught at Penn in the mid-1960s.
Basil S. Walsh III C61, Pottsville, Pa., an attorney; June 17.
Dr. Edwin J. Hoff Jr. G62, Auburn, Ala., June 3, 2001.
Dr. Kenneth R. Nodyne G62, Wheeling, W.Va., Aug. 27, 2000.
Jule Ann M. Callahan Nu63, Yardley, Pa., retired coordinator of hospice services and a case manager at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Philadelphia; June 11.
Dr. Nehemiah Margalit C63, Burke, Va., March 26, 2000.
Robert W. Cheeseman Jr. EE64, Gary, Ind., April 10.
Laura Kuitunen Meeker W64, Arlington, Va., April 4.
Dr. Michael Sarner C64 SW66, Columbia, Md., Jan. 14, 2001.
Dr. Larry A. Benner C65, Philadelphia, May 10, 2000. He had worked for the citys Office of Mental Health.
Lawrence K. Joseph W65, Santa Fe, N.M., a retired real-estate developer who pioneered the suburban office park; April 26.
Dr. Chaim Potok Gr65 Hon83, Merion, Pa., the distinguished author and scholar who opened up Orthodox Jewish and Hasidic life in America to readers around the world in such best-selling novels as The Chosen (1967, with a 1982 film adaption), The Promise (1969), and My Name Is Asher Lev (1972), with characters who struggled with their communities and the desire to explore the secular world; July 23. His protagonists face the restrictions placed on their lives by their conservative religious communities: one entertaining dreams of being a psychologist, another painting crucifixions, despite the rejection they will face from their families. These themes were visited and revisited in his novels. These themes were also his own struggles: his desire to paint and write, and his decision to leave the Orthodox school system went against his family and upbringing. Having received an English degree from Yeshiva University in 1950, he was ordained a Conservative rabbi and received a masters in Hebrew literature from Jewish Theological Seminary in 1954. He received his Ph.D. in philosophy from Penn in 1965. He also received an honorary degree as Baccalaureate Speaker in 1983. Dr. Potok is also remembered for classes he taught at Penn beginning in 1992 for the General Honors Program, the first analyzing The Gates of November: Chronicles of the Slepak Family, a biography he was writing at the time. He continued teaching a class entitled The Post-Modernist Search for Self until the fall 2000 [See Chaim Potoks Gift to Penn: Pushing the frontiers of thought a tribute by a former student, D.S. Neil Van Leeuwen C00]. And he served as a chaplain in the U.S. Army in Korea from 1955 to 1957. In addition to writing novels, Dr. Potok was for many years editor-in-chief of the Jewish Publication Society in Philadelphia, and he wrote non-fiction works, including Wanderings: Chaim Potoks History of the Jews. The most recent of his nearly 20 books, Old Men at Midnight, was published by Knopf in October 2001.
Richard K. Sacks C65, Lakewood, N.J., an attorney who was a founding member of the law firm Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks; March 10. He served as a contract arbitrator and mediator and a Matrimonial Early Settlement panelist for the Superior Court of New Jersey. He was an interviewer for Penn Secondary-Schools Committee. He is survived by his son, Peter Sacks C89.
Margery L. McCurdy Velimesis G65, West Chester, Pa., founder in 1968 of the Pennsylvania Program for Women and Girl Offenders to help women prison inmates obtain legal and social services; May 13. In the early 1980s she moved from Philadelphia and started an interior-design firm, closing it and finally retiring in 1997. During the Second World War she worked as a riveter.
Jeffrey A. Serkin MtE66, Little Silver, N.J., June 21.
Dr. Carolyn Zelmanoff Michaelson CW67 M71, Philadelphia, a physician; May 21, 2001. She is survived by her husband, Dr. Michael G. Michaelson M74.
Philip Q. Wilding-White C67, Bedford, N.H., retired CFO for TSG Health Care Resources and TSG Professional Services; May 21. He is survived by his wife, Sherry Buckband Wilding-White CW67, and daughters Heather J. Wilding-White EAS93 and Hindi R. Wilding-White W97.
Dr. David H. Knight GV68, Newtown Square, Pa., professor emeritus of veterinary medicine at the University; July 15. A specialist in veterinary cardiology, he joined the faculty in 1967 and spent his entire career at Penn, retiring in 2001. An authority on heartworm, a potentially fatal ailment for dogs and cats, he was a past president of the American Heartworm Society. A former chair of the American College of Internal Medicine, for many years he also served as chief of the cardiology section of the College of Veterinary Medicine. An accomplished athlete, he was an alternate on the U.S. Olympic rowing team in 1964, and became the first U.S. citizen to win a gold medal in the International Canoe Federations White Water Slalom race in 1974; in 1982 he won the Masters World Championship in pairs rowing, and was a member of the 1985 U.S. Dragon Boat team that raced internationally.
Maj.Gen. Eugene B. Leedy WG68, Arlington, Va., Dec. 11, 1999.
Charles A. Richardson Jr. EE68, San Francisco.
Patrick W. Semegen W68, Overland Park, Kans., a retired corporate attorney; May 26.
Thomas A. Testa WEv68, Perkiomenville, Pa., Feb. 27, 2001.
Dr. William P. Anderson G70 Gr79, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a research associate at the University Museum; July 6. He had spent four seasons excavating in Lebanon; his book, Sarepta I: The Late Bronze and Iron Age Strata of Area II, Y, was published in 1988.
Arthur C. Hontz G70, Philadelphia, June 12.
Frederick A. Puritz W70, Oneonta, N.Y., Jan. 29, 2002.
Dr. Leonard J. Hirschfeld GEng71 Gr75, Cherry Hill, N.J., retired executive in the Public Operational Safety division of SEPTA; May 22.
Dr. James E. Sherman C71, Flossmoor, Ill., a physician; June 4, 2001.
Dr. Rudy A. Wiley G71, Fredericksburg, Va., Jan. 4, 2002.
Dr. Evan M. Relkin EE73 GEng75 Gr79, Jamesville, N.Y., an associate professor of neuroscience and a member of the Institute for Sensory Research at Syracuse University; March 23.
Ario P. Brennan WG77, Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 2002.
Dr. Elizabeth I. Hanson Gr77, Towson, Md., Oct. 19, 1999.
Maryanne Hanson-Alix C77, Orchard Lake, Mich., Aug. 10, 2000.
Dr. Luis M. Garcia-Barrio Gr78, Haddonfield, N.J., a court interpreter and translator for a local translation firm; May 9.
Marian Swing WEv78, Sun City Center, Fla., a former professional pianist and organist; April 28.
Darcella M. Jones SW83, Philadelphia, July 21, 2000.
Dr. Beverly J. Robinson Gr83, Los Angeles, professor of theater at UCLA where she taught Africana folklore; May 7.
Dr. David J. Feit D84, Wayne, N.J., dentist who had maintained a practice there for 18 years; July 22.
R. Michael Brettell WG85, New York, March 5.
Dr. Martin Joseph Collo Gr86, Rutledge, Pa., professor of government and politics at Widener University; April 27. He was editor of the Journal of Third World Studies.
Michel Paris Colbert WG90, West New York, N.J., a bond trader with Cantor Fitzgerald, the bond-brokerage house; Sept. 11, 2001, One World Trade Center. He was the only child of French parents with whom he was so close that they all lived in the same apartment building, and ate together just about every other night. And weekends, of course; and holidays.
Dr. Audrey D. Castellano D92, Alpharetta, Ga., a dentist; Sept. 23, 2001.
John F. McFarland WG94, London, April 19, 2001.
Joseph K. Tito W97, Naples, Fla., July 18, 2001.
Jeremy S. Palley W98, New York, May.
Dr. John A. Bernstein. See Class of 1961.
Dr. Tybel Bloom. See Class of 1944.
Dr. David H. Knight. See Class of 1968.
Evelyn G. Marcantonio. See Class of 1946.
Dr. Chaim Potok. See Class of 1965.
Julia T. Talmadge. See Class of 1954.
Dr. Irving Zeidman. See Class of 1937.
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