Joseph C. Cutler WEF’30, Kingston, Pa., owner of Fashion Center/Youth Center Retail Clothing; Oct. 6, 2010. During World War II, he served in the US Army. His son is James L. Cutler C’71 GAr’73.
Myer Bernard Barr C’33, Palm Beach, Fla., former head of his family’s chain of jewelry and silverware stores in the Philadelphia region; Oct. 23. At Penn he was a member of the men’s varsity swimming and golf teams. He wrote Studies in Social and Legal Theories (he graduated from Harvard Law School in 1936) and co-wrote Studies in Diamontology; he was a founder of the Diamond Council of America. His sons are Stephen E. Barr W’65 WG’70 and Jeffrey D. Barr WG’71 and two grandchildren are Jason R. Barr C’97 and Amy Ruth Finegold C’02.
Adolph P. Selter W’33, Pittsburgh, Pa., retired auditor for a life insurance company; April 21, 2011.
Phillip E. Goldfein C’34, Boca Raton, Fla., Oct. 1. At Penn he was a member of Tau Delta Phi fraternity. One of his sons is Robert J. Goldfein C’63 and one of his grandsons is John L. Goldfein C’89.
Herbert Magil ChE’35, Silver Spring, Md., retired examiner-in-chief of the US Patent Office appeals board; Dec. 17.
Herbert Z. Gold W’36, Longboat Key, Fla., a housing developer and partner at Stackler, Frank, and Gold; Nov. 25. He was a member of the Penn Band and the varsity wrestling and track teams.
Dr. Alfred A. Liberi C’37, Media, Pa., a retired radiologist; Feb. 19. He had served as a medical officer in the US Army. His daughter is Karen Liberi Hinckley W’73 WG’82 and his son is Jeffrey L. Liberi W’79.
Sylvia Swartley Shuman Ed’37, Lansdale, Pa., a retired teacher; Dec. 2. She taught at the William Penn Charter School and at the Gilman School for Boys in Baltimore.
Milton I. Aion C’39, Rydal, Pa., May 7.
James A. Branegan Jr. WG’39, Newtown Square, Pa., Nov. 15.
Dr. Thomas S. Cretella C’39 G’41, Berwick, Pa., a retired physician; Nov 29. At Penn he was a member of Delta Chi fraternity. During World War II, he served with the US Marine Corps in China, attaining the rank of lieutenant.
Dr. Frederick E. Foerster M’39, Oceanside, Calif., co-founder of Milwaukee Medical Clinic; Apr. 22, 2011. He served in the US Army Medical Corps during World War II. His son is Bruce S. Foerster WG’71.
Nathan P. Stauffer Jr. W’39, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a former vice president of the old Fidelity Bank; Nov. 28. At Penn he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity, the Friars Senior Society, and the men’s varsity squash and baseball teams. During World War II, he served in the US Army.
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James C. Rankin W’40, Blackstone, Mass., March 7, 2010.
Doris M. Schmeer DH’40, Bethlehem, Pa., a retired dental hygienist; Nov. 6. During World War II, she served in the US Army.
Ellen Arnold HUP’41, Frederick, Pa., a former nurse; Oct. 27.
Ross W. Sanderson Jr. WG’41, Cambridge, Mass.; Jan. 26. He had worked in the Baltimore city administation from 1951 to 1978. A pacifist, he was a conscientious objector during World War II.
Jack A. Scharff W’41, Boynton Beach, Fla., July 29. One of his daughters is Karelle J. Scharff C’77.
George B. Stewart W’42, Delhi, N.Y., former head of his family’s department store; Oct. 20. During World War II, he served with the US Army in the Pacific.
Merrill A. Conn W’43, San Francisco, former vice president of the Botany 500 clothing company; Oct. 28, 2010. He later served as president of the Executive Service Corps. At Penn, he was on the staff of The Daily Pennsylvanian. His brother is Robert A. Conn W’48.
James Hopkins Cruice ChE’43, Hobe Sound, Fla., marketer and salesman of textile fibers for the DuPont Company; Nov. 7. At Penn, “Seth” was a member of the Zeta Psi fraternity and the Sphinx Senior Society. A lieutenant in the US Navy during World War II, one of his sons is James S. Cruice Jr. C’76 W’76.
Dr. John J. Dowling C’43 M’47 GM’53, Syosset, N.Y., former Nassau County health commissioner; Oct. 31. At Penn he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity and the varsity wrestling team. He instituted one of the earliest smoking bans in restaurants and bars. During the Korean War, he served in the US Army. His son is Dennis M. Dowling C’72.
Dr. Morris Hamburg C’43 Gr’52, Philadelphia, emeritus professor of statistics and operations research at the Wharton School; Nov. 14. Winning a citywide scholarship to Penn, he worked at night shoveling coal to pay for his books and expenses. During World War II, he served as a meteorologist with the US Air Force and was awarded a Bronze Star during his service in China. After the war, stationed briefly in occupied Japan, he was a communications officer at the station from which Tokyo Rose had made her propaganda broadcasts. Dr. Hamburg specialized in managerial-decision analysis and securities markets. He wrote two statistics textbooks and received the Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching in 1983. His son is Neil Hamburg W’77 L’80, and his daughter is Bobbie Weisbein C’79.
Dr. William J. MacMurtrie Jr. M’43, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired surgeon and past vice president of medical affairs at Mercy Catholic Medical Center; Nov. 13. He served in the US Navy during and after World War II.
John G. Mathias W’43, Buffalo, N.Y., former president of Delaware Paving Corporation; Nov. 1. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity and the men’s varsity track team. During World War II, he served in the US Navy. He was head of his local Penn Alumni club and of the Penn secondary-schools committee.
Leon H. McAuley CE’43, Morrisville, Pa., a retired engineer for the old New Jersey Bell; June 12. During World War II, he served in the US Army in Europe.
Richard A. Widmaier W’43, Orange Park, Fla., a certified public accountant; Oct. 15. At Penn he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. During World War II, he was a communications officer with the US Navy in the Pacific.
Dr. James H. Allison M’44, Gettysburg, Pa., Oct. 12.
Betty Stick Enoch DH’44, King Of Prussia, Pa., Dec. 2.
Helen Schloss Hickler CW’44, Wellesley, Mass., retired English teacher at the Cambridge School; July 10.
Lester J. Stradling Jr. GME’44, Hatboro, Pa., retired professor of mechanical engineering at Drexel University; Nov. 26. He wrote Engineering Thermodynamics and won a Lindback Award for Distinguished Teaching. During World War II, he served in the US Naval Air Corps.
Dr. Erika Bruck GM’45, Hamburg, N.Y., Oct. 13.
Dr. Blair D. Drummond V’45, New Bethlehem, Pa., a retired veterinarian; Nov. 24. He had served in the US Army during World War II.
Dr. Manuel A. Gilman V’45, New Hyde Park, N.Y., a veterinarian for the New York Racing Association who developed the standard procedure for examining thoroughbred horses; Nov. 25. After retiring, he was director of the Jockey Club and its steward, administering racing and betting rules. He had served in the US Army. His son is Charles A. Gilman W’71.
Maxwell H. Parker W’45, Elmira, N.Y., owner of Parker Real Estate and Insurance; Sept. 7. During World War II, he served in the US Army in Europe.
Dr. Herbert K. Speers W’45, Warminster, Pa., a retired obstetrician-gynecologist; Dec. 13. At Penn he was a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He was co-founding medical director of the local Planned Parenthood. He served in the US Army during World War II and the US Air Force during the Korean War.
Martha Kelley Baganz CW’46, Charlottesville, Va., a former teacher and fundraiser; Nov. 10. At Penn, she was the first student to major in the study of television. Her husband, Dr. Herbert M. Baganz Jr. M’47, died in 1989.
Lavona Roof Hoover HUP’46, Chambersburg, Pa., retired supervisor of nursing for the local school district; Nov. 30.
Dr. John C. Sonne C’46 M’49 GM’50 GM’52, Galena, Md., a psychoanalyst and family therapist; Nov. 12. He was a member of the Penn Band and the men’s varsity swimming team. He had served in the US Navy.
James A. Keen CE’47, Marlton, N.J., July 8.
Edwin L. Keil W’47, Seattle, Wash., Dec. 6.
Mark Dale Wilson C’47, Midland, Texas, a retired self-employed geologist; Dec. 9. At Penn he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and the men’s varsity volleyball team. He served in the US Navy during World War II.
Dr. Walter J. Kent C’46 D’48, Glen Rock, N.J., a retired dentist; Nov. 30. He had served in the US Air Force.
Dr. Joseph I. Kline V’48, Gibsonia, Pa., a retired veterinarian; Dec. 13.
Arnold Libenson W’48, Pittston, Pa., former president of Union Paper Supply Company; Nov. 16. At Penn he was a member of Phi Sigma Delta fraternity. He had served with the US Army Air Force in the Pacific during World War II.
Dr. Richard B. Maffei WG’48 Gr’56, Marblehead, Mass., retired dean and professor of economics at Boston College; Nov. 7.
Donald Reuter L’48, Towanda, Pa., a retired attorney; Feb. 24, 2011. He had served in the US Army during World War II.
Mary Jean Rimbach Mu’48, State College, Pa., a retired music and elementary school teacher; Dec. 9. At Penn she was a member of the Chi Omega sorority.
Louis J. Toia W’48, Madison, N.J., a retired underwriter with Prudential Insurance Company; Nov. 29. At Penn he was on the men’s varsity basketball and golf team. During World War II, he served in the US Air Force.
Rev. James F. Bogardus W’49, Lomita, Calif., assistant priest at St. Andrew’s Church; Aug. 25. He earlier worked for American Airlines for many years.
Robert G. Condon C’49, Cumberland, R.I., retired school superintendent; Nov. 30. At Penn he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. He served in the US Navy during World War II.
Charles J. McManus Jr. W’49, Philadelphia, a retired interior designer; Dec. 4. He served in the Coast Guard during World War II.
William C. Wittmann Jr. WG’49, Washington Crossing, Pa., retired director of electronic systems at Prudential Insurance; Aug. 6. During World War II, he served in the US Navy.
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Dr. Robert Bruce Bergmann GM’50, Massapequa, N.Y., an ophthalmologist; Sept. 21.
John Struthers Dunn Jr. C’50, Vero Beach, Fla., former president of his family’s electrical-components manufacturing firm; May 28. At Penn he was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity. He had served on the boards of the Davidson School in Media, Pa., and Children’s Seashore House at CHOP.
David G. Greenwood W’50, Walpole, Mass., a retired executive with IBM; Feb. 6. During World War II, he served in the US Army. His brothers are Sydney Greenwood C’56 and Wilson Greenwood W’48.
Eleanor Foster Jenkins HUP’50 Nu’57, Havertown, Pa., May 17.
Harry Kale Ar’50, Rydal, Pa., a retired architect; Nov. 7. He designed buildings for Kent & Queen Anne’s Hospital in Chestertown, Md., and for Rowan, Rutgers, and Penn State universities. During World War II, he served in the US Army.
Robert D. Lewitter C’50, Surprise, Ariz., Dec. 1. He served in the Marines during World War II.
Dr. Philip N. Lockhart C’50, Carlisle, Pa., the Asbury J. Clarke Chair Emeritus of Latin at Dickinson College; Feb. 20, 2011. He had taught at Penn.
Joseph Grant McCabe III L’50, Media, Pa., former managing partner and chair of Rawle & Henderson law firm; Dec. 14. A co-founder of Proclamation Presbyterian Church in Bryn Mawr, Pa., he served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War. One of his sons is Randall V. McCabe C’75.
William C. Whitcomb W’50, Lockport, N.Y., an executive at General Motors; Feb. 14, 2011. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. He taught accounting at Tougaloo College, and served on the board for Lockport City Schools. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War, and later in the Air Force Reserves. His brother is Roger L. Whitcomb W’55.
John E. Wilson Jr. W’50, Newtown Square, Pa., former regional vice president with the Bryn Mawr Trust Company; Dec. 5, 2010. At Penn he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity and the sprint and varsity football teams. He had served in the US Navy.
Dr. Nicholas V. D’Angelo Mu’51, Rochester, N.Y., professor of music at Hobart and William Smith College; April 19, 2010. At Penn, he had been on the men’s varsity swimming team.
Charles N. Krewson W’51, Scottsdale, Ariz., retired vice president of Talley Industries; Nov. 20. At Penn he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. During World War II, he served in the US Navy.
Dr. George F. Oppenlander V’51, Duck Key, Fla., an equine veterinarian; Dec. 9. At Penn he was a member of Alpha Psi fraternity.
Milton W. Ross G’51, West Brandywine, Pa., a marketing research consultant for Sunoco; Sept. 22.
Charles T. Skoda C’51, Atoka, Tenn., Aug. 22. At Penn he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.
Melvin J. Zimmer W’51, Whiting, N.J., a retired certified public accountant; Sept. 6. During World War II he served with the US Marine Corps in the Pacific, including Iwo Jima and the occupation of China. At Penn he was a member of Beta Sigma Rho fraternity. His sons are Mitch Zimmer ChE’76 WG’80 and Dr. Ithan Zimmer EAS’86.
Ernest A. Flaig CCC’52, Westtown, Pa., director of export sales and services for the old Pennsylvania Industrial Chemical Corporation; Nov. 13, 2010. He had received several service ribbons and medals as a member of the US Army during World War II.
John S. Latimer WEv’52, Riverton, N.J., former president of the Barclay Insurance Agency; Dec. 7.
Samuel Gianopoulos W’53, Glen Cove, N.Y., a retired attorney; Dec. 5, 2010. At Penn he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity.
Herbert S. Kupersmit C’53, Naples, Fla., Dec. 25, 2010. At Penn he was a member of the men’s varsity crew team.
Bernard Redlich C’53, Aventura, Fla., a partner with the law firm of Redlich, Cassol, Redlich and Morocco; Jan. 1, 2011. At Penn he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity. He and his brother, Leonard A. Redlich C’58, were partners in Turnberry Associates, a real-estate development company. He had served in the US Army Finance Corp.
Dr. Philip H. Lowell D’54, Scarborough, Maine, a retired dentist; June 15.
Dr. Vadim Medish C’54, Washington, emeritus professor of history at American University; May 22. Conscripted into the Red Army during World War II, he was captured by the Nazis as a prisoner of war. He served in the US Army in Tokyo during the Korean War. He wrote The Soviet Union (1981).
Samuel W. Watts Jr. GEd’54, Pensacola, Fla., a retired Philadelphia elementary-school principal; Nov. 7. He helped establish Camp Mohawk, in the Catskill Mountains for African-American children.
Anita Kushner CW’55, New York, April 19, 2011.
Mary Ann A. Hagan Ed’56 G’58, Philadelphia, Feb. 12, 2011.
Dr. Charles D. Knecht V’56, Asheville, N.C., emeritus professor of small-animal surgery at Auburn University; Sept. 20.
David F. Alpern W’57, Pittsburgh, a commercial lawyer with his family’s law firm; Dec. 8.
Dr. John R. Delahunty M’57, Red Wing, Minn., a retired pediatrician; Oct. 31.
Raymond T. Adams Jr. WG’58, Bangor, Maine, a certified public accountant; Oct. 8.
Brian J. Gallagher C’58, Virginia Beach, Va., a retail executive; Nov. 25. He served in the US Navy for 20 years, including during the Vietnam War, achieving the rank of lieutenant commander and receiving the Distinguished Flying Cross and the Navy Air Medal.
Robert I. Glass WG’58, Charlton, Mass.; May 29. He had set up and run energy businesses, and he had taught at the University of Massachusetts.
Richard M. Marcks L’58, Lancaster, Pa., former president and CEO of Hershey International; Sept. 30.
Ralph A. Thrall Jr. WG’58, Lethbridge, Alberta, former head of his family’s McIntyre Ranching Co.; Oct. 28. He served on the board of Brentwood College School.
Dr. Thomas J. Cook M’59, Norwich, Conn., a retired dermatologist; Nov. 24. For many years he had served as a clinical associate professor at Yale University.
Dr. Walter L. Eaton Jr. M’59 GM’61, Etna, N.H., a retired physician; March 8, 2011.
Dr. Daniel William Terry GM’59, Carmichael, Calif., former chief of radiology at the Sacramento VA Medical Center; Nov. 1. He had served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War.
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Dr. Frank R. Brand M’60, Fayetteville, N.Y., retired medical director at Loretto Health and Rehabilitation Center; Dec. 9.
Dr. J. Ronald Halenda GM’60, Chadds Ford, Pa., former director of pediatrics at Riddle Memorial Hospital; April 29, 2011.
Marilyn K. Kupersmit Ed’60, Naples, Fla., retired owner of Lynne’s Art Gallery in New Hope, Pa.; Nov. 28. She was a former elementary school teacher. Her husband, Herbert S. Kupersmit C’53, died the previous December.
Dr. William F. Lenker D’60, Malvern, Pa., a dentist who had maintained a practice in Paoli for 50 years; Nov 6. He had helped found the Upper Main Line YMCA. He had served with the US Army in Germany during the Berlin Crisis of 1961. His son is Dr. Robert B. Lenker D’85.
J. Thomas Mills WG’60, Avondale, Pa., Nov. 20.
Dr. Mohammad H. Amirgholi GM’61, Alexandria, Va., a retired otorhinolaryngologist; Feb. 1, 2011.
Katharine LeVan Aspen PT’61, Gladwyne, Pa., June 2, 2010. She was a member of the Pennguinettes, Penn’s synchronized-swimming team.
Irby M. Cohen W’61, Birmingham, Ala., a realtor; Nov. 2. At Penn he was a member of the men’s varsity soccer team and Beta Sigma Rho fraternity, and was on the Class of 1961 Gift Committee.
Dr. Robert G. Ogilvie D’61, Parkersburg, W. Va., a retired oral and maxillofacial surgeon; August 18, 2010.
Dr. Jose S. Sambursky GM’61, Longboat Key, Fla., a retired ophthalmologist who had maintained a practice in Binghamton, N.Y., for many years; Nov. 6. He taught at SUNY Binghamton.
Martin F. Grosjean WG’62, Toledo, Ohio, retired head of a property-management company; Nov. 1.
Isa Doppelt Kantor CW’62, Oyster Bay Cove, N.Y., founding partner of the law firm Kantor and Kopman, who had specialized in trusts and estates, family, and malpractice law; Sept. 27. She was a past president of the Women’s Bar Association of Nassau County. Her daughter, Lenore J. Kantor C’87, notes, “For those who knew Isa, she was always energetic, active, and social, just as she was at Penn, where she was a sorority sister at Alpha Epsilon Phi; she maintained regular contact with close friends and sorority sisters Emily F. Bauer CW’64 and Rose Anne H. Woldorf CW’64.” Isa and Lenore were looking forward to attending their 50th and 25th Reunions respectively this May. In Nov. 2001, they had attended the “Celebration of 125 Years of Women at Penn” events where they “enjoyed being on campus together and sharing fond memories of our Penn experiences.”
Dr. Roger F. Mosher D’62 GD’64, Appleton, Wisc., a retired oral and maxillofacial surgeon; Dec. 27, 2010. His wife is Marilyn M. Mosher DH’63.
Dr. Howard L. Hannum Gr’63, Upper Gwynedd, Pa., a professor of English at La Salle University for 40 years; Dec. 2. He had specialized in the work of Ernest Hemingway.
Elaine P. Bishop CW’64, Bellevue, Wash., July 1. Her husband is Dr. Jason N. Bishop Gr’73.
Judith K. Lepow CW’64 G’68, Cherry Hill, N.J., Oct. 10. Her daughter is Jennifer C. Apell C’89.
Peter R. Whiteley EE’64, Lansdale, Pa., a retired electrical engineer at the old Philadelphia Naval Shipyard; Oct. 18.
Miriam L. Bedein GEd’65, Media, Pa., a retired teacher at Marple Newtown Senior High School; Dec. 10.
John M. Madara Jr. MtE’65, Chester Springs, Pa., a retired senior vice president with PECO Energy; April 23, 2011.
Donald L. Spurdle W’65, Highlands, N.J., former general manager of Time magazine; Nov. 26. At Penn he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the men’s varsity lacrosse team. During his career at Time Inc., he helped launch a number of magazines, including Parenting.
Andrew E. Weidener W’65, Alpharetta, Ga., former president of Shasta Beverages; June 3. At Penn he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. During the Vietnam War he served in the US Army. His sister is Susan G. Weidener GEd’73.
Joseph J. MacCracken C’67, Philadelphia, a retired teacher at Archbishop Ryan School for Girls; Oct. 19. At Penn he was a member of the varsity sailing team.
Herman F. Sielcken Jr. WEv’67, Harleysville, Pa., a former cashier at Wal-Mart; Oct. 19.
John G. Stevenson WG’67, Quincy, Ill., Nov. 25.
Frank L. Coulson Jr. EE’68 WG’73, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a partner and the chief bond salesman at Goldman Sachs; Nov. 22. He served as a navigator in the US Navy, 1968–74, earning his MBA while still in the navy. He endowed a scholarship at Penn.
John D. MacIsaac G’68, Fredericksburg, Va., a professor of archaeology at Mary Washington College; Nov. 19. He served in the US Air Force during the Vietnam War.
Wayne T. Robbins ChE’68 GCh’69, Wilmington, Del., a retired senior engineer with the DuPont Company; Feb. 23, 2011. A member of the Penn Band, he played with the First State Symphonic Band for over 30 years.
John O. Shirk L’68, Lititz, Pa., former managing partner of the law firm Barley Snyder; Nov. 1. He served for many years as general counsel for Franklin & Marshall College.
Dr. Arnie Rozental D’69, Lakewood, N.J., an orthodontist; Aug 11. At Penn he was a member of Psi Omega fraternity.
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David J. Lindquist WG’70, Vallejo, Calif., city risk manager; Sept. 3. He helped found the Vallejo Neighborhood Housing Services.
Thomas J. Gavin GAr’72, Philadelphia, former director of personnel with the architectural firm Francis Cauffman; Dec. 10.
Girard S. Clothier WG’73, Philadelphia, senior vice president for business and finance with the Phillies since 1982; Nov. 26. At Penn he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Jerry was a board member of Phillies Charities Inc., and a trustee of the Free Library of Philadelphia.
Bonnie Ellen Mishory PT’73, Philadelphia, a physical therapist; Aug. 26, 2010.
Gwendolyn E. Allen CGS’75 SW’77 G’83, Camp Hill, Pa., former director of social work in the sickle-cell center at Thomas Jefferson University; Nov. 4. She had been the first African-American nurse employed by Lankenau Hospital.
Marion Jackson Mito CW’75, Arlington Heights, Ill., June 27.
Edward J. McPherson C’76, Roanoke, Va., a technical-support specialist in the Learning Technologies program at Virginia Tech; July 4. He had been a banker in New York. At Penn he was a member of the men’s varsity track team.
Alison Douglas Knox L’77, Pensacola, Fla., a retired attorney who had specialized in bankruptcy and intellectual-property litigation; Dec. 12. She had taught philosophy at Columbia University and Bryn Mawr College. Her husband was Dr. Philip Rieff, the Benjamin Franklin Professor Emeritus of Sociology, who died in 2007.
Keith W. Vass C’77 L’80, Haverford, Pa., an executive with Morgan Stanley; Dec. 12. At Penn he was a member of the varsity basketball and men’s golf teams, and he served on the Class of 1977 Gift Committee. His wife is Eileen Weisman Vass L’81.
Dr. Richard A. Sollitto M’78, San Francisco, retired clinical professor of radiology at the University of California, San Francisco; Nov. 26.
Susan Moen Stucynski WG’79, Malvern, Pa., an IT project manager; Dec. 15. She also set up Sapphire Dreaming, a jewelry-design business. Her husband is Steven L. Stucynski G’80.
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Dr. Timothy J. Donovan V’81, Mattapoisett, Mass., founder of Kindred Spirits Mobile Veterinary Services; Sept. 30. He had been a partner in the DeWitt Animal Clinic in Plainville, Mass., for 18 years.
Verdina Showell C’81, Harrisburg, Pa., associate general counsel for Exelon Corp.; Dec. 24, 2008.
Georgia V. Demopoulos WEv’82, Hershey, Pa., retired senior business analyst at Hershey Foods; Nov. 6.
Dr. Teresa P. Pica Gr’82, Philadelphia, an associate professor of education at Penn; Nov. 15. Specializing in second-language acquisition, she was director of GSE’s TESOL program and co-director of the Penn Lauder CIBER Summer Institute.
Chris E. Olson W’87, Frederick, Md., head of a small-business consulting firm; March 6. He also was the Frederick County consultant for the Maryland Small Business Development Center. At Penn he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.
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Thomas H. Larsen III WG’90, Tewksbury, N.J., manager of research for Harding Loevner in Somerville, N.J.; Nov. 5.
Dina Marie Turchi C’90 GEd’91, Old Bridge, N.J., a former science teacher at Westfield High School; Dec. 7. She had been a member of the Penn Band.
Dr. Duane Anthony Sewell M’94, Baltimore, associate professor of otorhinolaryngology at the University of Maryland; Nov. 27. He was formerly assistant professor in the head and neck surgery department at Penn, and also a staff surgeon at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center.
Rakesh Chawla WG’01, New York, managing director for Greenhill and Co., an investment-banking firm; Dec. 20. His wife is Cathleen Helen Chawla WG’01.
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Faculty and Staff
Leigh W. Bauer. See Class of 1962.
Louis H. Carter, Philadelphia, professor emeritus in the School of Social Policy & Practice; Nov. 28. The first African-American tenured professor of social work at Penn, the Louis H. Carter Endowed Lectureship was named in his honor. His sons are Mark Carter GCP’83 SW’89 and Richard Carter C’88 GEd’89 GrEd’98.
Dr. Morris Hamburg. See Class of 1943.
Dr. Robert J. House, Philadelphia, professor emeritus of management and the Joseph Frank Bernstein Professor Endowed Chair of Organization Studies; Nov. 1. He was the principal investigator and founder of the Global Leadership and Organizational Behavior Effectiveness research program at Wharton, 1993–2003. He cofounded the Leadership Quarterly journal.
Dr. Philip N. Lockhart. See Class of 1950.
Dr. Norman Oler, Philadelphia, a mathematics professor; Nov. 1. He joined Penn in 1963, receiving emeritus status in 1993. He continued teaching for several years after retirement. He was director of the Penn-Israel Exchange Program, and was a trustee of Delaware Valley College. His daughter is Dr. Allison Oler Szapary C’90, whose spouse is Dr. Philippe O. Szapary GM’04.
Dr. Howard V. Perlmutter, Weston, Mass., emeritus professor of social architecture and management who founded and directed the Worldwide Institutions Research Center and directed the Emerging Global Civilization Project; Nov. 8. He was included in Wharton Alumni Magazine’s 2007 issue of 125 Influential People and Ideas. He also chaired the Multinational Enterprise Unit, and won many awards for distinguished teaching.
Dr. Teresa P. Pica. See Class of 1982.
Dr. Duane Anthony Sewell. See Class of 1994.
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