Morris Waber WEv21, Philadelphia, Dec. 2, 1997.
Paul S. Darnell EE22, Plano, Tex., Mar. 6, 2000.
Robert B. Rinehart WEF22, Richardson, Tex., 1991.
Mary Hydeman Marks Ed23, Enfield, Conn., Sept. 29, 1999.
George W. Nolte W24, Stuart, Fla., Jan. 19.
Henry J. Testa W24, Orlando, Fla., Oct. 23.
E. C. Shapley Highley C25 L28, Newtown Square, Pa., an attorney; Oct. 22.
Lee J. Steindel W25, Boca Raton, Fla..
Jerome O. Evaul W26, Haddon Heights, N.J., Aug. 1979.
Alexander Munchweiler W26, San Diego, Calif.
Dr. Hart E. Van Riper C26 M30, Indianapolis, retired medical director of Geigy Pharmaceuticals; Nov. 4. He had also served as medical director of Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, and as medical director of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis.
Edith Babble Davidson Ed28, Newtown Square, Pa., June 14, 1999.
Samuel E. Griffiths W28, Doylestown, Pa., Nov. 22.
Rev. Dr. Franklin E. Perkins Jr. C28, Ephrata, Pa., retired district superintendent for the South Jersey Conference of the United Methodist Church; Dec. 7.
Edward M. Rosenfeld Ar28, Gurley, Ala.
Ralph E. Schneider W28, Bay Head, N.J., Sept. 6.
Mayer Koplovitz C29, Syracuse, N.Y., a retired attorney who had practiced there for more than 65 years; Dec. 15.
Frances D. Nicolls Ed29, Cockeysville Hunt, Md., Sept. 17.
Joseph J. Redington W29, Allentown, Pa., retired office manager for sales and service for Mack Trucks, Inc.; Dec. 4.
Dr. Charles F. Kauffman D30, Lugano, Switzerland, May 2, 1980.
Dr. Samson McDowell C30 G49 Gr52, Fort Myers, Fla.. Nov. 29.
Astrid Thorell Bovaird Ed31, Newtown, Pa., Sept. 27, 1997.
Edith Newman Morrell Ed31, Lansdale, Pa., Nov. 13.
Joseph L. Pinkenson Ed31, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a retired teacher in the Philadelphia public schools for more than 35 years; Nov. 25.
Donald L. Brubaker L32, Watkins Glen, N.Y., an attorney; Aug. 21.
Robert N. Heller C32, Delray Beach, Fla., an attorney; Nov. 16.
Adeline Grinspan Lester Ed32, Philadelphia, a retired French teacher; Nov. 30. She later taught for 12 years through the Temple Association for Retired Professionals.
Dr. Louis A. Sena D32, Elberon, N.J., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Newark and Somerset for 40 years; Nov. 17. He was a thoroughbred horse owner and breeder.
Col. Byron W. Skillin W33, San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 11. After retiring from the U.S. Air Force, he and his wife set up and ran a country inn at Deerbrook Farm in North Yarmouth, Maine, till her death in 1971.
Estella Armstrong Harper Ed34, Ivoryton, Conn., a retired industrial designer; Nov. 18. She was a published poet.
Thomas M. Hoffmeister W34, Point of Rocks, Md., May 15, 1999.
Marian Fenstermacher Rogers Ed34, Philadelphia, Nov. 15.
Edmund Schneyer W34, Philadelphia, July 10.
Dr. Tracy D. Cuttle M35 GM39, Piedmont, Calif., July 29.
Dr. Frederick T. Doob C35 D37, Wading River, N.Y., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in New York for more than 50 years; Sept. 16. He had taught at Columbia University Medical School.
Stewart P. Lewis Jr. W35, Easton, Pa., former managing editor of the Express Times; Dec. 1.
Col. Robert L. Mayer WEv35, New Carrollton, Md., Oct. 1.
Melville B. Solomon W35, Millersville, Pa., a retired owner of a jewelry store there for 49 years; Dec. 18.
Dr. Benjamin G. Winig D35, Palm Beach, Fla., a former dentist who co-founded the Coin Automatic Laundry Equipment Co.; Oct. 22.
Robert P. Hann W36, Lake San Marcos, Calif., 1999.
Marie Kazazian Nahigian Ed36, Belmont, Mass., June 17.
J. Euel Palmer WEv36, Moorestown, N.J., Mar. 1982.
William Simms Sharninghausen C36 L39, Newtown Square, Pa., Nov. 20.
Eleanor Temple Taylor CW36, Washington, October.
Bessie Schless Dana CW37, New York.
Dr. C. William Dross C37 D39, Skaneateles, N.Y., a retired dentist who had maintained practices in Teaneck, Hawthorne and Ridgewood, N.J.; Oct. 28.
Dr. James W. Khalaf Jr. C37 D39, Springfield, N.J., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Newark, Maplewood and Toms River for almost 50 years; Nov. 13. At Penn he was on the baseball team.
Tse-lung Ling W37 WG38, Taipei, Taiwan.
James A. Shellenberger C37, Springfield, Mass., retired senior partner with Anna Rosenberg Associates, a New York public relations firm; Oct. 23.
Dr. Irving G. Cashell V38, Alexandria, Va., a veterinarian who had owned and operated the Georgetown Veterinary Hospital for 30 years before retiring in 1980; Nov. 8.
R. Bruce Jones G38, Gwynedd, Pa., retired secretary-treasurer of the advertising firm N. W. Ayer & Sons; Sept. 27. A Quaker, he wrote the 1955 centennial history Greene Street Friends School and a history of Greene Street Monthly Meeting in 1988.
Edward S. Jordan W38, Wilmington, Del., Feb. 28.
Sylvia Pincus Machinist CW38, Manchester, N.H., Aug. 28.
Dr. Myron Martin D38, Satellite Beach, Fla., a retired dentist.
Edith Jennings Munger Ed38, Grand Junction, Colo., a retired teacher at Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia; Nov. 16.
Eleanor G. Sanctuary DH38, Jamestown, N.Y., Dec. 20, 1999.
Larry E. Weiss W38, Elkins Park, Pa., Oct. 1.
Prof. Ebon E. Betz Gr39, Annapolis, Md., emeritus professor of mathematics at the U.S. Naval Academy, where he had taught from 1941 to 1991; Oct. 14.
Mildred Goldman Cole PSW39, Wyncote, Pa., Feb. 25, 2000.
Norman A. Frankenthaler W39, New York, Apr. 4, 2000.
Albert R. Goodkin G39, Watertown, Conn., July 9.
Alan M. Mark W39, New York, Apr. 30.
Eunice H. Winslow G39, Rockland, Maine.
Joseph W. Baker W40, Verona, Pa., Nov. 22.
Dr. Eugene S. Bereston GM40 GRM55, Pikesville, Md., clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Maryland and chief of dermatology at Mercy Hospital in Baltimore; Dec. 16. He was team dermatologist to the Baltimore Orioles and the old Baltimore Colts.
Hebe Duhring Bulley CW40, Medford, N.J., July 8.
Dr. Edwin A. Churchill C40 V41, Boca Raton, Fla., a retired veterinarian who established the Spenrock Equine Clinic in Chesapeake City, Md.; Nov. 29. He treated the horses of competitors on the U.S. and Canadian Olympic equestrian teams. Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of lameness, his innovative approach to equine joint surgery gained him international recognition, and his research led to new techniques in the rehabilitation of racehorses. Dr. Churchill was a founding member of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and a founding member and past president of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. He was a former director of the Large Animal Clinic and head of surgery at Penns School of Veterinary Medicine.
William D. Dougherty W40, Caldwell, N.J., a retired partner with Booth, Kenny, Dougherty & McKenna of Newark and Roseland; Nov. 1. He had been with the firm for 50 years.
Dr. James S. Forrester GM40, Belen, N.M., a retired physician; Oct. 18, 1998.
Herman S. Gitlow W40, Miami, Nov. 19.
John S. Harrington W40, New Port Rickey, Fla., Nov. 14. He had worked for General Electric.
George W. Jack W40, Ocean City, N.J., retired assistant treasurer of the Campbell Soup Co.; Nov. 17. At Penn he was president of Kappa Sigma, a member of the Sphinx Senior Society, and a member of the mens swim team, and was a manager of the football team.
Dr. Ralph J. Janello D40, Hornell, N.Y., a retired dentist; Nov. 24.
Alex Lewis G40, Pittsburgh, retired senior vice president in charge of the domestic and international refining operations of the old Gulf Oil Corp.; Feb. 17, 2000. He was the first president of the Gulf Oil Foundation and a vice president of the World Petroleum Congress. When not traveling the world and meeting and negotiating with heads of state and government, he enjoyed the time he was able to spend working and supervising the family farm in Danville.
Dr. Harry M. Klinger M41, Longboat Key, Fla., retired chief of staff of general surgeons at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pa.; Nov. 10.
Jerome S. Levine C41, Elmwood Park, N.J., Nov. 16.
Dr. John E. Maley M41 GM47, Whitmore Lake, Mich., a retired physician with the University of Michigan Health Service; Sept. 27, 1999.
Alice Drew McCoy Ed41, Malvern, Pa., July 18.
Archibald R. Schaffer II WEv41, Charleston, Ariz.
Sidney A. Silver ME41, Rockville, Md., a retired consulting mechanical engineer who specialized in the design of heating and air-conditioning systems; Oct. 27.
Mervyn Sluizer Jr. ChE41, Elkins Park, Pa., a retired chemical engineer with the Institute of Industrial Launderers; Oct. 12. A Scout for more than 68 years, he retired as a scoutmaster in 1998 after 51 years. He was a past president of the old Beth Tikvah Synagogue. At Penn he was editor of Triangle.
Marion F. Stanley W41, Fort Worth, Tex., retired manufacturer of packaging products; Dec. 6.
Robert Tresenfeld W41, Hillsdale, N.J., Nov. 5.
Dr. Seymour A. Alcabes D42, Flushing, N.Y., a retired dentist.
Joseph C. Bordonaro W42, Olean, N.Y., a retired attorney there for more than 50 years; Dec. 8.
Amicie Brun OT42, Baltimore, 1985.
Dr. Martin Chanin C42, Gallatin, Tenn., former professor of chemistry at Tennessee State University; Dec. 5. He had emigrated to Israel in 1970, returning to this country in 1984, and spent the remainder of his years in volunteer work in Philadelphia and Gallatin.
Elizabeth Shoemaker Coles NEd42, Wawa, Pa., Oct. 26.
Francis X. Delone W42, Media, Pa., retired vice president and director of advertising sales for Philadelphia magazine; Nov. 22. He had earlier served as president of Metro Magazines in New York, which represented 15 city and regional magazines. And he helped found the City and Regional Magazine Association.
Leonard T. Heinen W42, Sarasota, Fla., Aug. 3.
Simon Krakow PSW42, Brookline, Mass., Mar. 26.
Dr. Morton Ben Zion Krechmer C42 V44, York, Pa., a veterinarian who had maintained a practice in Hopewell for almost 55 years; Nov. 7.
Eugene L. Langberg CCC42 G45, Gwynedd Valley, Pa., Dec. 13.
Dr. Leopold H. Loeb D42, Laren, Netherlands; a dentist.
Granville Munson Mu42, Richmond, Va., retired organist and choirmaster at St. Stephens Episcopal Church; Oct. 23. After retiring in 1985, he was appointed consultant for church music for the Diocese of Virginia. He was a founder of the Richmond Symphony.
William A. Northam WEv42, Alexandria, Va., Oct. 13.
Milford M. Bohm C43, St. Louis, founding president and chair of CPI Corp., which operates the Sears Portrait Studios; Dec. 1. He was a former co-chair of the National Conference of Christians and Jews, and served on the boards of the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
Paul E. Drury W43, Annapolis, Md., a retired supervisor in the Boston office of the Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada; Nov. 30.
Dr. Ellen E. Guillot Gr43, Tempe, Ariz., May 9, 1998. A sociologist, she had served on the faculty of Arizona State University.
John C. Keats C43, Kingston, Ont., a witty critic of American obsessions and foibles; Nov. 3. He began with The Crack in the Picture Window (1956), a broadside of sprawling suburban housing developments; The Insolent Chariots (1958), which castigated the Detroit automakers for the wide, fin-tailed cars then fashionable; Schools Without Scholars (1958), a parents view of public schools; The Sheepskin Psychosis (1965), on the worth of a college education; and Whatever Happened to Moms Apple Pie: The American Food Industry and How to Cope With It (1976), on supermarkets overfilled with over-processed, over-packaged junk food. He also wrote on guerilla fighting in the Philippines, They Fought Alone (1963), and two biographies, You Might as Well Live: The Life and Times of Dorothy Parker (1970) and Howard Hughes: The Biography of a Texas Billionaire (1972). From 1974 to 1990 he taught magazine writing at Syracuse University.
Arthur Krieger W43, Wilmington, Del., a certified public accountant; Dec. 5. He was a past president of the Delaware Board of Certified Public Accountants.
H. Bradford Lukens W43, Lansdale, Pa., Aug. 31.
John P. Money Jr. WEv43, Delray Beach, Fla.
Arnold I. Scher W43, Miami, an attorney; Apr. 29, 2000.
Robert E. Walton C43, Gibson Island, Md., June 26.
Jack G. Weissman EE43, Los Altos Hills, Calif..
Dr. Carl W. Filsinger M44, Stone Harbor, N.J., a physician; Feb. 1999.
Sarah N. Jenkins Ed44 GEd45 Gr80, Devon, Pa., retired head of history at Agnes Irwin School in Rosemont; Nov. 18. She graduated from Temple University law school in 1989 at the age of 66, and joined the family practice, Jenkins, Jenkins & Jenkins in Media, where she focused on constitutional and labor law.
Dr. Martin Wenig D44, Port Washington, N.Y., a dentist; Apr. 30, 2000.
Edward F. R. Wood Jr. C44, Philadelphia, a retired vice president in the trusts department of the old Provident National Bank; Dec. 8.
Elizabeth Hough Davis Ar45, Philadelphia.
Fannetta Morrow McLean GEd45, Amherst, Mass..
Gloria Cavallo Barr DH46, Midlothian, Va., Feb. 28.
James B. Shaum WG46, Tarkio, Mo., Nov. 1999.
H. Charles Brown ME47, Hudson, Ohio, Aug. 11.
Dr. Robert J. D. Lessard GM47, Sillery, Quebec, a radiologist; Dec. 14, 1997.
Dr. Edward H. Mabry GM47, Memphis, retired chief of radiology and a former president of the medical staff at Methodist Healthcare-Central; Nov. 4.
Dr. Richard A. Dillard M48, Birmingham, Ala., a retired surgeon; Nov. 8. He was a founding director of Brookwood Hospital. And he was a past president of the Alabama Tennis Association.
Dr. Edward G. Farhart D48, Glens Falls, N.Y., Apr. 10.
Albert Heisler C48, Boca Raton, Fla., May 13.
Richard S. Hickok W48, Brewster, Mass., retired chair of the U.S. affiliate of KMG Main Hurdman; Oct. 20.
James T. Karsnitz W48, Manheim, Pa., Oct. 14.
Mary Kaufman Knesche Ed48 GEd52, Boswell, Pa., Jan. 29, 1999.
Dr. Andrew M. Linz D48 GD53, New York, a retired oral surgeon who had served on the staff of St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital; Nov. 12.
Dr. Reuben B. Loeb C48, Yardley, Pa., a family physician who practiced in Northeast Philadelphia for nearly a half-century; Nov. 4.
John W. McGarrah W48, Media, Pa., June 21.
Dr. Harvey O. Randel M48 GM50, San Diego, a pediatrician who specialized in allergies and immunology; Oct. 25. With others, he worked for the creation of the San Diego Naval Medical Center, in 1988. He was a past president of the Western Society of Allergy and Immunology, the San Diego County Medical Society and the San Diego Allergy Society.
Morten M. Schilbred W48, Dayton, Ohio, retired vice president of manufacturing for the old Curtis Publishing Co. in Philadelphia; May 1.
Albert P. Stagliano W48, Haddon Heights, N.J., Mar. 9, 2000.
Lillian Silver Swartz Ed48, Philadelphia, 2000.
Robert S. Aubry Sr. WG49, Mechanicsburg, Pa., owner of the Medicare Patients Aid Center there; Dec. 15.
Dr. Jack C. Bostwick C49 D51, Wayne, Pa., a dentist; Jan. 16, 1999.
Joseph Kramer ME49, Oak Park, Mich., Dec. 10, 1999.
Earl K. Satz W49, San Diego, Oct. 9.
Mencie B. Trotter Ed49, Jamaica, N.Y., August.
Ann Golden Wallace SW49, Philadelphia, Aug. 29.
Arthur A. Brennan Jr. W50 WG57, Lafayette Hill, Pa., Oct. 8.
Charles L. Godwin W50, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., a retired agent with the old Equitable Life Assurance and National Financial Co.; Dec. 12. He helped found Christ the Redeemer Church.
Dr. John W. Harrison M50, Ridgefield, Wash., a retired rheumatologist who had maintained a practice in Spokane for 30 years; Nov. 7. He served as an assistant clinical professor at the University of Washington Medical School.
Eric L. Kidston Ed50, Birchrunville, Pa., Oct. 7.
Ewell S. Robinson W50, Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 26.
Dr. Carroll M. Ross D50, Falmouth, Maine, a retired dentist who had maintained a practice there for many years; Dec. 10. He was a former president of the greater Portland Dental Association.
Richard H. Ackerman W51, Hermitage, Pa., Mar. 15, 1968.
William F. Brindley G51, Penacook, N.H., a retired project manager with Hamilton-Standard; Dec. 2.
Dr. John E. Clayton WG51 Gr57, Wilmington, N.C., Sept. 5.
Rodney P. Cookman Jr. C51, Penobscot, Maine, Aug. 17.
John J. Gallagher WEv51, Berlin, N.J., a retired self-employed salesman of doors and windows; Oct. 7.
Milton Gurny L51, Short Hills, N.J., a retired attorney; Dec. 6.
George N. Langer GEd51, Glenside, Pa., Feb. 2.
Richard G. Robins C51 L56, Voorhees, N.J., retired vice president and director of the trusts department at the Tradesman Bank in Vineland; Dec. 2. He was a former assistant director of Houston Hall.
Dr. David G. Fridirici V52, Fogelsville, Pa., a retired veterinarian who served Berks and Lehigh counties for 40 years; Dec. 2.
Clarence A. Hustrulid WG52, High Point, N.C., Oct. 20, 1999.
Verne K. Jones W52, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
Robert W. Kaehne WEv52, Drexel Hill, Pa., Oct. 16.
Thomas F. Kilcullen Jr. W52, Berwyn, Pa., a retired accountant with the old National Rolling Mills in Paoli; Nov. 2.
Dr. Victor M. Longoria V52, Falls Church, Va., a veterinarian who had opened the Falls Church Animal Hospital in the early 1950s and operated it until he retired in 1986; Oct. 23. He was a charter member of the D.C. Academy of Veterinary Medicine.
Frank A. Mader GEd52, Swarthmore, Pa., retired assistant principal of the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District; Nov. 23. A translator of Japanese for Army Intelligence during the Second World War, he was instrumental in cracking one of the Japanese military codes.
Dr. Hadley L. Conn Jr. GM53, Piscataway, N.J., emeritus professor and chair of the Cardiovascular Institute of the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; Dec. 3. He was a former professor and chair of medicine at Penn.
Dr. Samuel E. Furman C53 D57, Rumson, N.J., a retired dentist who founded Tinton Falls Dental Associates in 1959, described as one of the largest dental practices in the country; Oct. 25. It was cited as the Second Finest Dental Practice in the U.S. by Dental Economics magazine of last July. He was also a senior attending dentist at Monmouth Medical Center. Three times elected board president of the New Jersey State Board of Dentistry, he was a trustee and past president of the Monmouth-Ocean County Dental Society. And he founded Tinton Falls State Bank.
William E. Mikell L53, Williston, Vt., a former state representative and later a district-court judge; Nov. 15. He brought a court challenge in 1962 that led to re-apportionment of the states legislative districts. He was a past president of the Greater Burlington Industrial Corp. and a director of the Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce.
James E. Palmer EE53 GEE60, Avalon, N.J., a former mayor of Moorestown; Oct. 24. He co-founded Telenex Corp. in Mt. Laurel, manufacturer of communications test equipment. He was past president and a former chair of the Chamber of Commerce of Southern Jersey. A founding president of the West Jersey Chamber Music Society, he also served on the board of the Wetlands Institute of Stone Harbor.
Dr. Charles Polk GEE53 GrE56, Kingston, R.I., emeritus professor and chair of electrical engineering at the University of Rhode Island who specialized in the controversial subject of health risks from exposure to power lines; Nov. 6. He was a past president of the Bioelectromagnets Society and chair of the power-frequency sub-committee of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Briefly in the mid-70s he was acting director of the engineering division of the National Science Foundation.
Margielou Palmer Baker Nu54, Alexandria, Va., Aug. 19, 1999.
Richard H. Buckwalter WG54, Latrobe, Pa., a retired metal engineer with Westinghouse; Oct. 31. He was also a certified public accountant.
Charles M. Farbstein W54 L57, Washington. A retired attorney in the General Counsels Office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. He served as vice president of the Foggy Bottom Association.
Rev. Albert L. Mahan Ed54, Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 19.
Dr. Robert C. Toole Gr54, Franklin, Ind., retired professor of history at Franklin College; Nov. 22.
Carl G. Vanauken Jr. WEF54, Camp Hill, Pa., a retired accountant and auditor for L. B. Smith, Inc.; Dec. 17.
Robert R. Weiss C54, Montpelier, Vt., July 15.
Joseph L. Cobb GEd55, Jonesboro, Ga., a retired principal in the Wilmington, Del., school district; Dec. 10.
Edward Howell III WEv55, Philadelphia, retired head of Howell Bros. Chemical Laboratories, Inc., that produced hair-care products and sanitary chemicals; Nov. 20.
Robert Chester C56, Cliffside Park, N.J., an attorney; 1999.
Ruth Litzenberg Dillinger Ed56, Newton, N.C.
Dr. Anthony J. Feula D56, West Orange, N.J., a dentist; Jan. 3, 2000.
Dr. Harry A. McLean GM56, Gig Harbor, Wash., Nov. 2, 1998.
Thomas C. Ryan WG56, Rutland, Vt., a retired executive with Dean Witter Reynolds; Dec. 15. He was a former president of the Rutland Regional Medical Center.
F. Richard Doherty W57, Los Angeles, May 18.
Richard E. Gabbe W57, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., Oct. 31.
Janet Sherberg Rasch G57, Knoxville, Tenn., president of Planned Parenthood of East Tennessee; Oct. 22. She also served as president of Childrens International Summer Villages. And she taught computer literacy at the University of Tennessee.
Dr. Irving W. Reid D57, New York, December; a dentist.
Clifford J. Roberts Jr. WG57, Louisville, Ky., Feb. 2, 1986.
Dr. Bernard Struhl D57, South Plainfield, N.J., a dentist; Nov. 18.
John M. Hohenwarter WG58, Elizabethtown, Pa., retired deputy secretary for legislative affairs in the office of former Pennsylvania Governor Robert Casey; Nov. 25.
Patricia McClary Libor CW58 GEE74, Princeton, Minn., Sept. 21, 1996.
H. Melvin Silver WEv58, Cherry Hill, N.J.
Arnold H. Garfinkel C59, Kansas City, Mo., a real estate developer known for his nearly lifelong devotion to the Quality Hill Historic District; Dec. 8. He oversaw the construction of 500 residential units and shops in renovated historic buildings, new townhouses and recreated historic streetscapes. He had also been instrumental in the City Center Square project, a major part of the revitalization of downtown Kansas City. Spending a part of his year in Naples, Fla., Arnie served on the board of Penns Alumni Club of Southwest Florida
Dr. Paul M. Glickman D59, Rockville Centre, N.Y., a dentist; December.
Stanley Koltoff W59, Willow Grove, Pa., June 1.
Eleida Lehrfeld Simenhoff CW59, Swarthmore, Pa.
William J. Finkel C60, Melbourne, Fla., retired vice president of General Wire Products in Worcester, Mass.; Oct. 12.
Kenneth F. Lee L60, Mercersburg, Pa., a retired attorney; Nov. 23. He was a former solicitor for Mercersburg borough, and Warren, St. Thomas and Hamilton townships.
Bruce J. Pierce W60, Albuquerque, N.M., Oct. 10.
Helen R. White SW60, Orange, N.J., July 1.
Richard L. James GEd61, Philadelphia, Feb. 17, 1998.
Madeline Hummel Jay Ed61 G64, Springfield, Pa., a foreign-languages teacher at John Bartram High School; Sept. 27, 1998.
Dr. Richard E. Stevens D61, Amherst, Mass., a dentist; Apr. 13, 2000.
Sidney D. Banach GME62, Lawrenceville, N.J., Oct. 18.
Robert M. Feldman W62, West Newton, Mass., a prominent fundraiser for the University of Massachusetts Medical School who was the driving force behind the creation and staffing of its Worcester-campus facility; Dec. 3. He was also the founding president of Aero Products International, known for the Aero Extra Bed. An active alumnus, he was involved in the formation of the New England Regional Advisory Board.
Adriana R. Kleiman GCP62, New York, Jan. 21, 2000.
J. Joseph Smith Jr. C62, Farmington, Conn., a former senior vice president of Chicago Title Insurance Co. who left and, with his wife, opened a restaurant in New Hartford, the Foothills Package Store; Oct. 24.
Joseph E. Amato WEv63 WEv65, Egg Harbor, N.J., Nov. 3.
Hon. James R. Holmes W65, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., an attorney; Dec. 18. At the age of 29, he campaigned, successfully, for a county judgeship from the seat of his Triumph motorcycledescribed by a local newspaper as a long-haired, leather-jacket-wearing free spirit who called for legalizing marijuana. He served the three-year term, but resigned to enter private practice, and was known both for his flamboyant clothing and dazzling courtroom work.
Dr. Francis P. Jennings Gr65, Evanston, Ill., director emeritus of the DArcy McNickle Center for the American Indian at Chicagos Newberry Library; Nov. 17. His Ph.D. thesis became the groundbreaking book, The Invasion of America: Indians, Colonialism and the Cant of Conquest (1975), and has been attributed to help shape the contemporary view of Native Americans. For 10 years he taught history in Philadelphia schools; when president of the teachers union, he was attacked for supporting the entry of African American teachers into the school system. A past president of the American Society for Ethno-History, Fritz served on the Pennsylvania Historical Association and on the executive board of the Organization of American Historians.
Joy Likoff Kanter CW65, Rydal, Pa., member of the faculty and coordinator of the reading program at Montgomery County Community College; Sept. 3.
Dinesh C. Dhody GAr66 GCP70, Philadelphia, July 1999.
Charles G. Kovach WEF66 WEv68, Saint Clair, Pa., Feb. 2, 1999.
Diana Piacitelli Manwaring CW66, Stamford, Conn., a clinical research associate; Aug. 8.
William H. Ostenson WG66, Bainbridge Island, Wash., an economic-development and public-policy consultant; Nov. 21. He had previously been executive director of the Economic Development Council of Puget Sound.
Richard L. Sims C66, Bridgewater Corners, Vt., innkeeper of the October Country Inn; Nov. 4.
Kiky Titsa Polites CGS67, Yeadon, Pa., 1999.
Joseph J. Vierzbicki Jr. PT67, Allentown, Pa., a physical therapist in Bethlehem for 32 years; Dec. 15.
Albert B. Kahn Jr. C68, Pennington, N.J., an attorney; Dec. 18, 1999.
William H. Quay Jr. WG68, Seal Beach, Calif., October.
Martin G. Sender C69, Newton, Mass., a media consultant, who was a pioneering co-host of WBZ-TVs Evening Magazine, an Emmy-winning program; Dec. 23. He worked for Bostons three largest network affiliates, Channels 4, 5 and 7, over two decades.
Dr. Margaret E. Galey Gr70, Somerset, Pa., a former staff member of the old U.S. House Foreign Relations Committee (1977-89); Dec. 9. After leaving Capitol Hill, she taught a course in international law at Georgetown University and served on the editorial board of Political Science and Politics.
Susan Johnson Brown GEd71, McLean, Va., an interior designer in New Jersey and Washington; Nov. 21.
Dr. Christopher M. Frauenhoffer C72, Princeton, N.J., Oct. 6, 1998.
Benjamin V. Hedges G72, Amherst, N.H., a clinical psychologist who served as guidance counselor at Souhegan High School; Nov. 8.
Richard A. Zimmerman WG72, Katy, Tex., May 28.
Dr. John J. Parks D74, Burlington, Conn., a dentist who had maintained a practice in West Hartford since 1978; Dec. 2.
Joan B. Geiger GEd76, Springfield, Pa., Dec. 24, 1998.
Martha Pryor-Cook SW77, Hillsborough, N.C., director of social services for Orange County; November. She helped establish the Skills Development Center in Chapel Hill and was co-founder of the Blossoms mentoring program at Orange High School.
John C. Chambers Jr. C78, Bowie, Md., a partner in the Washington law firm of Arent, Fox, Kintner, Plotkin & Kahn who specialized in environmental law and entertainment law; Dec. 22. He had written two novels, two childrens books and a volume of poetry and prose.
Barton R. Gethmann WG78, Wheaton, Ill., owner of a personnel-management company; Dec. 4.
Dr. Yigu Kwon Gr78, Kyoungsangbuk-Do, Korea, 1998.
Dr. Kenneth B. Draft M80, Brooklyn, N.Y., a physician; 1996.
Margaret Majette Clark WEv81 WEv87, Philadelphia, June 23, 1992.
David S. Benhaim WG87, Sudbury, Mass., Feb. 5, 1998.
Lisa Lentnek Whitney C87, Woodmere, N.Y., December.
Stephanie B. Schoeller C90, New York, a consultant with the South Shore Health System in Valley Stream; Aug. 20. She had earlier worked for Empire Blue Cross/Blue Shield in New York.
Ena Barker GNu92, Willingboro, N.J.
Abigail Cohen C96, Philadelphia, a photographer who taught at the University of the Arts; Dec. 12. She had co-founded a Web site for artists (www.TheArtBiz.com).
Dr. William W. Chambers Jr., Beaufort, S.C., emeritus professor of anatomy in the School of Medicine; Sept. 19. He joined the Penn faculty in 1947 and became a noted teacher and researcher of the central nervous system. He was a co-founder of the Institute of Neurological Sciences in 1953, one of the first such groups in the country organized to stimulate multidisciplinary research. He remained at Penn until he took early retirement in 1979.
Dr. Edwin A. Churchill. See Class of 1940.
Dr. Hadley L. Conn Jr. See Class of 1953.
John E. Flowers, former director of admissions at the Wharton School; Oct. 2. He joined Penn in 1971 as a teaching fellow, becoming assistant director of undergraduate admissions at Wharton in 1973, associate director of admissions in 1974 and director in 1984. In 1988 he left Penn to work in the private sector.
Dr. Lynda Hart, Philadelphia, professor of English and womens rights advocate; Dec. 31. She came to Penn in 1988 as assistant professor of English and theater arts, became an associate professor of English, theater arts, comparative literature and womens studies in 1994, and was promoted to professor of English in 1998. She served on the board of the LGBT Center, and was an active board member of the Penn Womens Center since her arrival. In 1990 she founded the Womens Theatre Festival of Philadelphia. Her book, Fatal Women: Lesbian Sexuality and the Mark of Aggression (1994), won her a 1993 Alice Paul Award in Womens Studies as well as a Callaway Prize nomination. She also wrote Sam Shepards Metaphorical Stages (1987), Between the Body and the Flesh: Performing Sadomasochism (1998), and Of All the Nerve: Deb Margolin Solo (1999). Dr. Hart was the editor of the first published collection of scholarly essays on womens theater, Making a Spectacle: Feminist Essays on Contemporary Womens Theatre (1989), and its sequel, Acting Out: Feminist Performances (1993). Dr. Harts articles and reviews appeared in a spectrum of scholarly journals. She also taught film and was a regular contributor to the film critic section of The Psychoanalytic Review. At the time of her death, she was completing a memoir, illustrated by her own paintings.
Marjorie A. Milham. See Class of 1951.
Richard G. Robins. See Class of 1951.
Dr. R. Claude Rogers, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., assistant professor emeritus of physical medicine and rehabilitation in the School of Medicine; Dec. 15. He joined Penn in 1971 as an instructor and became an assistant professor in 1978; he retired in 1988. Dr. Rogers believed that art could play a role in healing mind and body. An artist himself, his work was displayed in local galleries, including Penns Faculty Club.
Dr. I. Edward Rubin. See Class of 1931.
James Tuppeny, Wynnewood, Pa., head coach for cross country and track & field from 1966 to 1979 and director of the Penn Relays from 1970 to 1987; Nov. 29. He is credited with building Penn into an Ivy League power; he accumulated a record of 240-44 in cross country and track, going over a decade without losing an outdoor dual or triangular meet. James Tuppeny served as president of the NCAA Track & Field Coaches Association and vice president of the old Athletics Congress. In 1979 he coached the U.S. team in the World University Games, and he was the inaugural executive director of the Philadelphia Sports Congress. At the time of his death, he was associate head coach of track & field at Villanova University, having celebrated his 50th year of coaching in the 1998-99 season.
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