Ralph D. Maynard W18, Cleveland.
Hon. Joseph L. McGlynn Jr. WEv19, Philadelphia, a retired judge of the U.S. District Court; February 2, 1999. He had served on the federal bench for 25 years.
Dr. Carl A. Karsh C23 M26, North East, Pa.
Frederick H. Starling Jr. C23 L27, Aldan, Pa., a retired attorney who had practiced in Philadelphia for over 70 years; August 21, 1999.
George G. Travis W23, Pacific Palisades, Calif., January 28, 1999.
Hon. F. B. Smillie W24 L27, Norristown, Pa., a retired judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County; September 29, 1999.
Herman L. Barney W25, Buffalo, N.Y., March 27, 1994.
Wilma Sykes Ellor DH25, Brattleboro, Vt., 1996.
Alice C. Hershey DH25, Moreland Hills, Ohio, October 8, 1998.
Dr. Simeon H. Hulsey M25, Fort Worth, Texas, August 9, 1999.
Grace H. Rodebaugh Ed25 L35, Pottstown, Pa., June 25, 1999. She and her husband bought a farm in East Nantmeal in 1935, renovated and enlarged it, and began a life-long study of flora by establishing an arboretum there.
Mildred G. Bodek Rosenson Ed25, West Palm Beach, Fla., July 24, 1999.
Dr. Paul E. Gutekunst C26 M29, a retired internist who had maintained practices in Center City Philadelphia and from his home for 70 years; June 22, 1999.
Robert K. Raisler ME26, New York, retired president and chair of Raisler Corporation, his familys mechanical contracting firm; July 12, 1999.
Karl E. Robinson W26, Greenville, Del., September 27, 1999. After playing football at Penn, he played professionally with the old Philadelphia Quakers. He sold securities on Wall Street for a few years into the Great Depression, and worked for the Chevrolet division of General Motors, later acquiring a Chevrolet franchise in Moorestown, N.J.
Joseph K. Rulon ME26, Scituate, Mass., a Washington restauranteur who, with his twin brother, owned and operated Hogates Seafood Restaurant for more than 25 years; August 30, 1999. He was a mechanical engineer for DuPont Co., in Wilmington, Del., before joining his brother in the restaurant business in 1946.
Arthur U. Sufrin W26, a retired specialist in industrial mobilization for wartime emergencies with the U.S. Department of Commerce; July 21, 1999. During the Second World War he was assistant director of the farm-machinery division of the War Production Board.
Cornelius V. Howry Ar27, Los Altos, Calif., May 27, 1998.
Arther Jerome Lilienfeld W27, West Virginia Beach, Va., September 9, 1999. He had worked in investments.
Dr. John H. Skilton C27 Gr61, Philadelphia, professor emeritus of New Testament studies at Westminster Theological Seminary; July 22, 1998.
Mabel G. Turner Ed27 GEd39, Philadelphia, a retired attorney; August 2, 1999. She was the first woman appointed an assistant U.S. attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, and she was the second black woman admitted to the Pennsylvania bar.
Joseph Waldman C27, Philadelphia, a retired ophthalmologist; October 9, 1999. While stationed in Cairo during the Second World War as a major in the U.S. Army, he treated King Ibn Saud of Saudi Arabia and King Peter of Yugoslavia. He also taught at Jefferson Medical College from 1932 to 1976.
Worthington G. Button W28, Warrington, Pa.
Dr. Hannah Thompson Croasdale B28 Gr35, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla., the first woman professor to be granted tenure at Dartmouth College; July 27, 1999. Appointed assistant professor in 1959, she received tenure in 1964 and became a full professor in 1968. She specialized in phycology, the study of freshwater and marine algae, and conducted her research in the U.K., Scandinavia and Alaska. She was renowned as a specialist on Arctic plant life.
Lena Orlow Ginsburg Ed28 L31, Fresno, Calif., a retired attorney; December 30, 1998.
M. Burr Keim W28, Lederach, Pa., retired owner-operator of a company that provided forms, documents and materials for lawyers; July 30, 1999.
Dr. Alva C. Madsen M28, Kerrville, Texas, April 27, 1998.
Henry H. Tiefenbronner W28, Chicago.
John L. H. Trunk W28, Wilmington, Del.
Julian J. Aresty W29, Princeton, N.J., September 21, 1999.
Dr. Vernon E. Duckwall Elkins W29, W.Va., May 16, 1999.
Dr. William Gerber C29, Washington, a retired analyst and researcher in the historical division of the U.S. State Department; September 13, 1999. He also taught philosophy part-time at the University of Maryland, and published nine of his 11 books after he turned 75 years old. He was a founding member and former president of the Washington Philosophy Club and secretary-treasurer for 25 years.
Daniel Carlyle Gilmartin W29, Naples, Fla., August 19, 1999.
Muriel Agnew James DH29, Johnstown, Pa., August 8, 1999.
Sydney C. Kweskin C29, Stamford, Conn., retired founding partner of the law firm of Wofsey, Rosen, Kweskin & Kuriansky; August 9, 1998.
Lucius B. Morse W29, Chesterfield, Mo., retired publisher of court and commercial newspapers, including the St. Louis Daily Record; August 5, 1999. He was a past president of the Missouri Press Association.
Urban A. North W29, Altamonte Springs, Fla., a retired news-stand circulation manager for U.S. News & World Report; June 6, 1999.
Daniel H. Ort W29, Bryn Mawr, Pa., November 27, 1998.
Luther J. Porter C29 GEd48, Wilmington, Del., April 26, 1999.
John F. Tarrant W29, New Haven, Conn., January 17, 1998.
Julia R. Beck Ed30, Yardley, Pa., January 11, 1999.
Dr. Neal B. Bowman G30, Kennesaw, Ga., January 1996.
Henry G. Castor W30, San Francisco, September 13, 1999.
Dr. Sydney G. Gordon D30, Eustis, Fla., a retired dentist; July 27, 1999.
Edith F. Heilberg Ed30, Newtown, Pa., November 30, 1997.
Justus Mitchell Holme CE30, Annapolis, Md., retired professor of mathematics at the U.S. Naval Academy; September 2, 1999.
Emanuel S. Kardon W30, Wyncote, Pa., retired owner and president of American Packaging Corp.; September 14, 1999. His company patented types of bags that kept coffee fresher and made microwave popcorn possible. A Philadelphia philanthropist, he served as president of the Settlement Music School, and helped set up its branches in Germantown, and Northeast and West Philadelphia. Concerned for people with disabilities, he helped establish MossRehab, where he recently funded a pediatric unit, and he established the Kardon Institute of the Arts for people with special needs.
William W. Mandeville W30, New York, an internal auditor at the New York Telephone Company; August 13, 1999.
A. Eric Parkinson Ch30, Honey Brook, Pa., July 4, 1999.
Bernard H. Strouse ME30, Margate City, N.J., October 25, 1998.
Frank B. Trexler W30, Philadelphia, December 3, 1997.
Elizabeth H. Truitt Ed30, Mt. Laguna, Calif., April 18, 1999.
William H. Westphal Jr. W30, Sarasota, Fla., a retired executive who had worked for Eastman Kodak, Honeywell and Rockwell International; July 17, 1999.
Christian W. Burkhardt W31, Howell, Mich., 1998.
Pinza Krasneff Caplan Ed31 GEd32, Lauderhill, Fla., August 12, 1999.
John L. Clark W31, Bradenton, Fla., retired owner of Clarks Shoe Store in Corning, N.Y.; September 4, 1999.
R. Carroll Hoke W31, Holland, Pa., a retired businessman; June 18, 1999.
Philip Levin C31, New York, July 20, 1999.
Edwin V. Rementer WEv31, Newtown Square, Pa., July 20, 1989.
George D. Stiteler W31, West Chester, Pa., September 13, 1999.
Rev. Aubrey S. Tomlinson G31, Louisburg, N.C., March 6, 1997.
Samuel W. Bernheimer WEv32, Alexandria, Va., a retired realtor; October 15, 1999.
Mollie K. Birkin Ed32, Shaker Heights, Ohio, April 9, 1999.
Dr. Raymond F. Brittain C32, Pittsburgh, June 24, 1997.
Meyer J. Frechie WEv32, Fairless Hills, Pa., November 25, 1988.
William A. Garver Jr. W32, Blue Bell, Pa., a retired executive of the Thomas Harvey Leather Co.; July 15, 1999.
Emmanuel J. George Ed32 GEd50, Media, Pa., June 12, 1999.
Sara Mathis Guertler Ed32, Riverton, N.J., July 6, 1998.
Gordon F. Pember W32, Cranbury, N.J., May 16, 1999.
William S. Pettit Ch32 G33, Naples, Fla., retired president, and professor of chemistry, at Ursinus College; May 25, 1999.
George Reeves W32, Millville, N.J., retired superintendent of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery; June 16, 1999.
Irvin T. Stiteler WEv32, West Chester, Pa., December 22, 1997.
Irwin M. Stone W32, North Canton, Ohio.
Frances C. Thomson Ed32 FA40 GEd62, Philadelphia, June 29, 1999.
Florence Pogach Wenof Ed32, Syosset, N.Y., August 3, 1999.
Dr. A. Henry Clagett Jr. C33 GM43, Wilmington, Del., retired chief of cardiology at the Wilmington Medical Center and president of the medical staff of the Memorial Hospital; August 3, 1999. He had served as an associate professor of cardiology at Penns School of Medicine.
Herbert Fullerton ME33, Media, Pa., a retired development engineer in the switch-gear division of General Electric; May 16, 1999. He also taught engineering at Drexel University, the University of Buffalo and the University of Virginia.
Jacob Handloff L33, Newark, Del., founder, with his family, of the Newark Department Store, later the Newark Shopping Center; October 29, 1999.
Dr. Gemma N. Harrison FA33 ASC64, St. Petersburg, Fla., September 26, 1998.
Dr. George Walterman Holt M33, Littleton, Colo., a neurologist; July 6, 1999.
John F. Kieser WEF33, Irvington, N.J., March 6, 1996.
John J. Jaqua W33, Indianapolis, retired president of Citizens Bank in Portland, Ore.; August 24, 1999.
John F. Kieser WEF33, Irvington, N.J., March 6, 1996.
Nelson J. Leidner W33 L36, Haverford, Pa., a retired executive in estate planning with the old Pennsylvania Bank and later with the old Fidelity Bank; June 11, 1999.
John P. Love WEv33, Leesburg, Fla., May 5, 1996.
James A. McMenamin WEv33, Darby, Pa., retired accounting manager for General Electric; July 5, 1999.
Richard H. Morgan W33, Princeton, N.J., June 20, 1999.
Trunette F. Olsen PSW33, Des Moines, Wash., June 1998.
Edward Morse Roberts W33, Queen City, Mo., June 6, 1999.
Dr. Samuel Salomon D33, North Miami Beach, Fla., a retired dentist; August 14, 1999.
Franklin G. Stull W33, Seattle, a general agent with Penn Mutual Life Insurance; May 18, 1999.
Dr. Louis A. Wikler C33, Abington, Pa., a retired pediatrician and family physician who maintained a practice for many years; August 23, 1999. He served on the staffs of the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia and the Abington Memorial Hospital, and was police surgeon for Abington for 25 years. In the Second World War he was cited for outstanding performance in a submarine-hunting destroyer in the Battle of the North Atlantic.
Ralph M. Barley C34 L38, Newtown, Pa., June 21, 1997.
Joseph Bell C34 L37, Philadelphia, retired founding partner of the law firm Kleinbard, Bell & Brecker; October 1999. During the Second World War, he served with the War Labor Board, beginning on the regional level and rising to chair of the national board in 1946.
Russell F. Burne WEF34, Scranton, Pa.
C. R. Chaman ChE34, Hilton Head Island, S.C., April 23, 1999.
Raymond J. Erfle WEv34, Abington, Pa., founder and retired executive vice president of the Lincoln Bank; August 24, 1999. A Lutheran, he had served as chair of the old Allied Jewish Appeal, because of his support of the Jewish community.
Richard W. Jennings G34, Berkeley, Calif., professor emeritus of law at the University of California at Berkeley; August 9, 1999. He helped popularize the study of securities law with the pioneering casebook, commonly known as Jennings and Marsh; it is in its eighth edition.
Harold E. Kohn C34 L37, Philadelphia, a retired lawyer; June 1999. He was nationally known for his role in the development of the contemporary practice of multi-district litigation in federal courts and for his antitrust litigation.
Elizabeth McKie G34, Kennett Square, Pa., October 9, 1996.
Emile G. Perrot Jr. Ar34, Rosemont, Pa., May 1999.
E. Gertrude Prior G34, Sweet Briar, Va.
Virginia Keith Robertson G34, Washington, a retired mathematics teacher at the National Cathedral School for Girls; June 8, 1999.
Elizabeth M. Robinson Ed34, Fairfield, Pa.
David W. Shepard W34, Aurora, Ill., a retired accountant with the Western Electric Co.; June 12, 1999.
Dr. Richard H. Whitaker M34, Kernersville, N.C., a retired physician who delivered more than 7,000 babies; July 1, 1999.
Lawrence H. Baberick WEv35, Naples, Fla., April 4, 1999.
Harold Blumberg L35, Reading, Pa., a retired attorney; May 14, 1998.
E. Calvert Cheston L35, Gladwyne, Pa., a retired attorney who devoted much of his time to improving the situation of Philadelphias needy children; July 13, 1999. He specialized in corporate law and headed several committees in the 1950s and 1960s, created to improve health care for about 7,000 neglected and dependent children.
Arthur M. Eisold L35, Ludlow, Mass., 1983.
Anna M. Kelly Ed35 G39, Philadelphia, June 5, 1996.
John J. McBride W35, Haddonfield, N.J., February 26, 1997.
Frank L. Musselman EE35, Berwyn, Pa., September 16, 1999.
Neal T. Nolan W35, Morrisville, Pa., May 21, 1999.
Clayton V. Pitcher W35, Daytona Beach, Fla., March 17, 1999.
Dr. Henry P. Royster M35, Raleigh, N.C.; a retired plastic surgeon at Bryn Mawr (Pa.) Hospital; June 13, 1999. He had served on the surgical staff of the Universitys Medical School, where he taught plastic surgery for many years.
Millard F. Smith W35, Westport, Conn., June 9, 1999.
Dr. Wayne L. Steeley D35, Quakertown, Pa., a retired dentist; August 18, 1999.
William M. Swain ChE35, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a retired chemical engineer; July 6, 1999. After retiring in 1982, he became active with the American Red Cross, serving as president of its Northwest chapter.
Leonard R. Viner W35, Washington, retired owner of Arcade Sunshine Laundry and Dry Cleaning; August 2, 1999.
Dr. Irvin Bensman GM36, Saint Charles, Ill., December 3, 1998.
Dr. Felix Hughes Jr. GM36, Memphis, a pioneer in lung surgery who performed one of the first successful lung transplants in 1953; October 17, 1999. He transplanted a lung into a dog and it lived for six months after the surgery. He was chief of thoracic service at the Kennedy Veterans Administration Medical Center in Memphis, and oversaw the thoracic-surgery residency training program of the University of Tennessee.
Mildred Carle Jones WEF36, Kingston, Pa.
Jean E. Linton PSW36, Philadelphia, 1996.
Dr. Donald R. Lundy V36, Hughesville, Pa., June 25, 1999.
David W. Ritchie W36, Raleigh, N.C., a retired consulting engineer for several steel mills in Ohio; September 21, 1999.
Dr. Sydney Rosenberg Ed36 V37, Cherry Hill, N.J., retired owner of the American Dog and Cat Hospital in Newark, N.J.; 1999.
Aaron Shapiro W36, New York.
Jane Barnes Stradley CW36 L40 G41, Bryn Mawr, Pa., February 17, 1994.
Dr. Russell F. Strasburger V36, Newtown, Conn., July 29, 1999.
Victor T. Wallder Ch36, Severn, Md., June 1999.
Albert Widder W36, Laguna Hills, Calif., May 1999.
John E. Albrecht Jr. W37, Bentonville, Ark., May 19, 1998.
Dr. Jerome Brawer C37, Hackensack, N.J., a retired physician; July 4, 1999.
Harold M. Brodsky W37, Wyndmoor, Pa., June 11, 1999.
Donald D. Cronlund C37, Bryn Athyn, Pa., a retired insurance-claims manager; July 15, 1999.
Philip J. Crosson W37, Margate, N.J., July 21, 1999.
John P. Essick W37, Cleveland, July 10, 1999.
Betty Greulich G37, Haverford, Pa., August 23, 1999.
Herbert V. Kolosky Ar37, Cherry Hill, N.J., August 2, 1999.
Don E. Lewis V37, Long Lake, Minn., July 1998.
Herbert J. Morris WEF37 W40 G46, Nuangola, Pa., retired executive vice president of First Eastern Bank in Wilkes-Barre, Pa.; August 11, 1999.
James A. Nicholson W37, Arcadia, Calif., July 19, 1999.
Franklyn Phillips C37, New York, a Hollywood press agent and editor of Pic and Modern Screen magazines; August 30, 1999. He later became a vice president of the New York-based public relations firm Robert S. Taplinger Associates. He had also managed some Los Angeles restaurants, including the Saloon, the Bullfrog, Trancas, Cesars and Pacos.
Dr. Edward C. Preston V37, Southern Pines, N.C., retired owner of the Preston Animal Hospital in Newton, N.J.; April 17, 1999. He also worked for the Sussex County Board of Agriculture in New Jersey to set up the artificial-breeding program for the countys dairy industry.
James H. McKee Quinn C37, West Chester, Pa., a retired headmaster of Episcopal Academy; July 17, 1999.
Dr. Jules Zimmerman D37, Longboat Key, Fla., a retired dentist; September 6, 1999.
Dr. John Battle Jr. M38, Cleveland, retired head of hematology at the Cleveland Clinic; September 2, 1999. He was a former president of the Ohio Society of Internal Medicine.
John Thompson Brennan W38, Fort Pierce, Fla., a retired staff officer with the Federal Aviation Administrations transportation department; September 28, 1999.
J. Carl Criswell Jr. ME38, Springfield, Pa., August 16, 1999.
David Druckman W38, New York, November 1997.
Dr. Norman D. Morrison GM38, San Carlos, Calif.
Jean Paul Nuse Mu38 GEd40, Warrington, Pa., June 18, 1999.
Lt.Col. Frederic N. Oettinger Jr. W38, Clarks-ville, Va., a retired officer in the U.S. Army; September 10, 1999. During the Second World War he served in Europe as commander of a rifle company; after the war, he served in the Army of Occupation in several command and staff positions, and later, combat duty in the Korean War.
William D. Rees W38, Warren, Ohio, February 14, 1998.
Dr. Frank T. Siebert Jr., M38, a retired pathologist, known for his extensive library of early Americana; January 23, 1998. He began his collection when frustrated, at the age of 15, that he could not find books he wanted on Native Americans and the Western frontier in Philadelphia public libraries. Over the ensuing 70 years he amassed one of the best private collections on Americana. His bibliophilic interest chiefly was the languages and mythologies of various tribes, especially the Catawbas of South Carolina and the Penobscot of Maine; in the process, he became a major authority on Native American languages. For the last 30 years of his life, he lived alone in Old Town, Maine, among the Penobscot, mastering their language and becoming its last speaker.
John J. M. Beecher C39, Norfolk, Va., retired chief of the organization and management branch of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission; August 18, 1999.
Ruth Chappell Ed39, Williamsport, Pa., May 24, 1999.
Simon L. Cohn W39, Greenfield, Mass., retired founder of an insurance and real-estate firm; August 5, 1999.
Dr. Bernard J. Covner G39, Yarmouth Port, Mass., a retired professor of psychology at Yale and Wesleyan universities, the City College of New York, and the University of Minnesota; July 21, 1999. During the Second World War he worked as a civilian consultant to the U.S. Navy, and on the staff of the director of all training for the Pacific Fleet.
Arnold L. Diamondstein WEv39, Philadelphia, August 13, 1999.
Malcom K. Fleschner W39, Palm Beach, Fla., founder of Fleschner Becker Associates, a hedge fund; July 27, 1999.
Dr. George P. Glauner D39, Rosemont, Pa.
Lt.Col. William A. Haines Jr. V39, Newington, Conn., September 1, 1985.
Arthur Reed Kneibler W39, Lake Forest, Ill., a banker and real estate developer; August 25, 1999.
Arnold C. Kotler W39, Tampa, Fla., co-owner of the Tropical Garment Manufacturing Co., who helped found the Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center; August 22, 1999.
Dr. Charles Bernard McClain M39, Lewistown, Pa., retired chief of surgical service at Lewistown Hospital; July 5, 1999. After retiring from the practice of surgery, he served for seven more years as an emergency-room physician at that hospital.
Dr. T. Augustine Ranieri M39 GM45, Haverford, Pa.
Dr. Harold J. Read Gr39, Englewood, Fla., April 19, 1999.
James A. Recktenwald W39, Falls Church, Va., retired civilian chief of major-weapons systems for the U.S. Department of the Army; September 7, 1999.
Israel Silverman W39, Portland, Maine, February 23, 1999.
Charles K. Simon W39, Boca Raton, Fla., March 8, 1999.
Russel W. Snow Jr. W39, Florham Park, N.J., a retired sales manager and consultant at E.J. Brooks and Co.; May 22, 1999.
Monty M. Snyder W39, Louisville, Ky., May 21, 1999.
Dr. Murray Spielman D39, New York, a retired dentist; December 26, 1998.
Kenneth N. Tozzo W39, Fort Myers, Fla., March 25, 1999.
Dr. Frank Ardito V40, Vineland, N.J., a retired veterinarian; June 4, 1999. In addition to owning his own practice, he served as a meat inspector for the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the City of Vineland.
Ferd E. Blowers W40, Ramsey, N.J., April 18, 1999.
Robert D. Branch L40, Concord, N.H., a retired attorney; August 23, 1997.
Richard T. Darby C40, Moorestown, N.J., July 20, 1999.
Hamilton H. Gilkyson III Mu40, Sante Fe, N.M., a singer and songwriter who wrote an eclectic range of music, spanning from folk, to calypso, to music for Disney animation; January 15, 1999. His The Bare Necessities, for the film Jungle Book, was nominated for an Academy Award.
Dr. Chester A. Gleiser V40, San Antonio, Texas, a retired small-animal pathologist and laboratory-animal veterinarian; September 6, 1997.
Dr. George L. Hartenstein III V40, York, Pa., a retired veterinarian; February 13, 1999.
Gilbert Herman W40, Annapolis, Md., an actor and producer who, as a Second World War Air Force officer, played that role in the wartime Broadway play, Winged Victory; September 6, 1999. He also produced the television programs The Alan Young Show and The Kentuckian, and went on to become a production executive for both NBC and CBS.
Dr. Ann Filak-Perez GM40, Winter Haven, Fla.
Dr. Anne C. Kimball Gr40, Seattle, July 23, 1999.
Dr. Sheperd Levine D40, Albany, N.Y., a retired dentist; October 19, 1999.
Gilbert Luber W40, Philadelphia, owner of an art gallery which specializes in antique and contemporary Japanese prints; June 7, 1999.
Jesse H. Muir Jr. ME40, Bethlehem, Pa., a retired superintendent of the foundry division of the Bethlehem Steel Corp.; July 4, 1999.
Col. Robert Arthur Pratchett W40, San Antonio, Texas, a film distributing executive for Paramount Pictures and 20th Century Fox; July 4, 1999. Born in Havana, Cuba, he earned his economics degree and then joined the U.S. Army; he was at and survived the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. After the war he returned to Havana to resume work for Paramount. He remained there until the U.S. broke off relations with Cuba following Fidel Castros successful revolution. After a three-year stint with 20th Century Fox in Panama, he worked for an import-export business in Central and South America for 15 more years.
Henry W. Sawyer III C40 L47, Philadelphia, retired managing partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath, and a crusading civil libertarian who successfully argued two landmark cases before the U.S. Supreme Court; July 31, 1999. In Schempp v. the Abington School District (1962), the Court declared the ceremonial reading of the Bible and prayer in public schools unconstitutional, and in Lemon v. Kurtzman (1971) it declared public aid to parochial schools unconstitutional. As a young lawyer in 1953, he was part of a team that defended nine officials of the local Communist Party prosecuted by the U.S. Justice Department under the Smith Act, a 1940 law that made it a crime to teach or advocate the overthrow of the federal government. He was a former president of the local chapter of the ACLU. Henry spent the summer of 1965 in Mississippi, defending in court the right of African Americans to register to vote there. In local politics, he served as a thorn in the side of the controversial mayor, Frank Rizzo, with enthusiam and distinction; he was proud to be at the top of the mayors Top 10 Enemies, listed in a local magazine. In 1969 he sued the Philadelphia Police Department, alleging racial discrimination in its hiring and promotion policies; it led to a federal judges imposing guidelines for hiring minority officers, and in 1972 he sued the city over the funding of its pension fund. As a Democrat councilman-at-large (1956-9), he sponsored the bill that created the One Percent for Fine Arts program, requiring that 1 percent of the construction budget of any building in the city be spent on public art; passed on his last day in office, this bill has had a lasting impact on the city landscape.
Dr. William L. Sippel V40, New Smyrna Beach, Fla., retired director of the Georgia Diagnostic Assistance Laboratory, the Florida Animal Disease Laboratory and the Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory; May 11, 1999.
Robert I. Staples L40, Villanova, Pa., a retired corporate lawyer who worked for the Electric Storage Battery Co.; July 6, 1999.
Marguerite W. Watson WEv40, Moorestown, N.J., August 21, 1999.
Dr. William Blitzstein C41 Gr50, Havertown, Pa., February 27, 1999.
John R. Clark G41, Montclair, N.J., a research chemist who synthesized one of the first tranquilizers; December 29, 1998.
Charles W. Creighton Jr. L41, Salem, Ore., a retired attorney; December 31, 1999.
Dr. Frederick A. Dry M41, Allentown, Pa., a retired physician who had maintained a practice in Emmaus for more than 50 years; August 14, 1999. He had served as chief of general practice at Lehigh Valley Hospital.
George Fuerst W41, Solon, Ohio, retired real estate developer and president of Harrington Electric Co.; July 21, 1999.
Dr. Donald L. Gamble M41, Bowling Green, Ohio.
Thomas J. Gildea WG41, Saddle River, N.J., a retired partner with M. J. Meehan and Co.; July 7, 1999.
Frederic H. Gordon ME41, West Chester, Pa., June 27, 1999.
Hon. Paul B. Greiner L41, Ridgway, Pa., October 7, 1999.
Horace S. Keesey L41 WG47, Thousand Palms, Calif., an accountant who also had served as manager of contracts for Hughes Aircraft; September 27, 1999.
Dr. Roger J. Maloney V41, Cedar Key, Fla., April 21, 1999.
Dr. Thomas E. Pilla C41 GM49, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., retired staff physician at Abington Memorial Hospital; July 4, 1999.
John G. Rodan Jr. W41, Monroe, Mich., August 18, 1999.
Charles S. Shapiro W41 L48, Philadelphia, a former reporter, editor and public-information officer; September 17, 1999. He was managing editor of TV Time and Channel, a weekly magazine, and executive editor of the Jewish Exponent. He had also served as director of public relations for the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court.
Dr. Rex A. Skidmore Gr41, Salt Lake City.
Dr. William C. Stainback Jr. M41, Berwyn, Pa., retired professor of surgery at Thomas Jefferson University; August 19, 1999. He had also served as director of surgery at Bryn Mawr Hospital and as president of its staff. He had taught at Penns School of Medicine.
Dr. John E. Strang C41 M44, Newton Square, Pa., retired president of the medical staff and chief attending cardiologist at Bryn Mawr Hospital; July 1, 1999.
Kenneth E. Yorke W41, Tequesta, Fla., retired owner of an industrial supply and distribution company; June 30, 1999. While serving as a pilot in the U.S. Armys Air Transport Command during the Second World War, he transported the Free French leader, Charles de Gaulle, to a meeting with President Roosevelt.
Dr. Morris Fiterman PH42, Philadelphia, a retired internist; July 26, 1999. For his service in the Second World War and the Korean War, he was awarded the Bronze Star and the Purple Heart.
Edward J. Flanigan II W42, Wyncote, Pa., a founding partner of Flanigan, OHara & Gentry Insurance Brokers; July 3, 1999.
Dr. Morton I. Gold D42, Schenectady, N.Y., a retired dentist; 1987.
Dr. Frank C. Hirsch C42 D44, Pottstown, Pa.
Dr. Joseph Katz G42, Amityville, N.Y. He had taught at Columbia and Stanford universities, Amherst and Vassar colleges, and the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
Toby Goldberg Kaufman CW42, Cambridge, Mass., organizer of the first Jewish film series in San Diego; May 30, 1999. During the Second World War she was director of the Red Cross recreation program at St. Albans Naval Hospital in New York.
G. William Lazo W42, Haddonfield, N.J., September 4, 1999.
Dr. Marvin Maser C42 GD55, Philadelphia, retired chief of oral surgery at Montgomery Hospital and former chief of the dental department at the old Sacred Heart Hospital; July 8, 1999. After retiring in 1985 he returned to college to earn his bachelors degree: he was 20 credits short of the degree at the time of his death.
Elvira A. Painter Ed42, Harrisburg, Pa., a retired nurse for the Reading School District; February 7, 1999.
Richard G. Park III L42 G60, Nokomis, Fla., retired professor of law at Widener University; July 4, 1999.
Dr. Daniel W. Silfen C42 D45, Riverdale, N.Y., a retired dentist; September 6, 1999.
Herbert L. Thomas W42, Hot Springs, Ark., retired president and chair of First Pyramid Life Insurance Co.; September 27, 1999.
Gabriel H. Berkovitz W43, King of Prussia, Pa., retired executive manager and founder of the accounting firm of Glickman, Berkovitz, Levinson & Weiner; October 8, 1999.
George J. Craig Jr. WEv43, Southampton, Pa., retired treasurer for the SEPTA transportation system; July 12, 1999. He was also a senior accountant with Stockton Bates & Co.
Dr. Thomas DeMott V43, Kennett Square, Pa., 1997.
John J. Ditko W43, Hanover, Pa., June 3, 1999.
Dr. William F. Elias Gr43, Peoria, Ariz., September 19, 1998.
Thomas A. Ford W43, Albany, N.Y., an accountant who also practiced law with Thuillez, Ford, Gold, and Conolly; August 24, 1999.
Dr. Simon B. Forman GM43, a physician; Philadelphia.
Dr. Marvin M. Graham D43, Naples, Fla., a retired dentist; June 30, 1999.
Thomas M. Hills WG43, Sacramento, Calif., August 1997.
Allan W. Keusch L43, Hilton Head Island, S.C., November 28, 1998.
Charles Miller Kschinka L43, Vero Beach, Fla., a retired district attorney for Sullivan County (Pa.); July 26, 1999. He also served as president of Sullivan County National Bank until it merged with Citizens and Northern Bank, and served as director there until his retirement.
Albert M. Low W43, Pompano Beach, Fla., August 16, 1997.
Ruth V. Lyver GEd43, Bryn Mawr, Pa., July 3, 1999.
Rev. George H. Rankin W43, Annapolis, Md., a minister in the Moravian Church who was an instructor at the U.S. Naval Intelligence School; June 9, 1999.
Dr. William E. Rielly D43, Oceanside, Calif., September 5, 1999.
Francis P. Ryan W43 WG48, Rochester, N.Y., July 1999.
Lucile Caldwell Sims CW43 WG43, Randolph, Vt., November 1998.
Nathaniel A. Stern W43 GEd57, Philadelphia, February 10, 1999.
Aaron J. Udell W43, Youngstown, Ohio, April 22, 1999.
James Van Wagner W43, Juno Beach, Fla., a retired vice president and director of the General Motors Acceptance Corp.; October 10, 1999.
Kenyon W. Watson Jr. W43, Toms River, N.J., April 25, 1999.
Dr. Robert H. Witmer M43, Lancaster, Pa., June 8, 1999.
Joseph F. Zeik L43, Glassport, Pa., April 7, 1997.
Charles B. Ellis WG44, Los Angeles, a member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association; September 12, 1999. He was a longtime contributor to Thailands StarPics magazine.
Dr. Claude E. Gage D44, Cortland, N.Y.
G. William Grissinger W44 WG48, Naples, Fla., founder of a CPA firm in Cleveland who also had served as an adjunct professor of accounting at Cleveland State University; August 10, 1999.
Dr. Theodore P. Reed III C44 M46, Easton, Md., a gynecologist who served for more than 35 years at Lankenau Hospital; August 16, 1999.
M. Margaret Ryan Ed44, Plattsburgh, N.Y., April 10, 1999.
Richard Wood Schutte ChE44, Bonita Springs, Fla., a retired chemical engineer; June 3, 1999. He had worked for 30 years in research and development for the Scott Paper Co.
Helga Aschaffenburg PSW45, Medford, N.J., September 10, 1999.
Dr. Barbara S. Boyd V45, Raphine, Va., a veterinarian who was the first woman licensed to practice veterinary medicine in Virginia; May 2, 1999.
Dr. Douglas Hendon Clark M45, Lumberton, N.C., a retired surgeon; September 1999.
Dr. Henry Drinker M45, Wyndmoor, Pa., retired chief of pediatrics and head of the nursing department at Chestnut Hill Hospital; May 26, 1999. He was a visiting professor at the Universitys School of Medicine and at the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia.
Margaret C. McColl CW45 G46, Media, Pa., June 1997.
Dr. William Whitlock Mattson Jr. M45 GM49, Tacoma, Wash., a retired physician; July 1999.
William H. Norris G45, Norfolk, Va., 1998.
Harriet D. Richmond Ed45, Seattle, professor of occupational therapy at the University of Puget Sound; June 29, 1999. She had earlier served as head of occupational therapy for Seattles public schools.
William L. ten Cate C45, Chalfont, Pa., August 27, 1999. Despite suffering polio as a young man and being confined to a wheelchair for most of his life, he operated a real estate agency and helpded found the Consumers Party, He also set up and ran a business that manufactured high-fidelity and recording equipment.
Dr. John L. Allen M46, Riverside, Pa., retired medical director at the Danville State Hospital; July 20, 1999.
Marjorie L. Early DH46, Allentown, Pa., owner, with her husband, of Josh Early Candies; September 28, 1999.
A. B. Virkler Legate W46, South Pines, N.C., March 22, 1999.
Dr. Ralph H. MacMurtrie C46 D48, Ambler, Pa., a retired dental surgeon who specialized in pediatric dentistry; August 9, 1999. He also sponsored a Little League baseball team in Lansdale, called Dr. Macs Wisdom Kids.
Dr. Norman Morrel C46, Hewlett, N.Y., a retired dentist; September 3, 1998.
Raymond Stengel Ed46, Springfield, Pa., November 26, 1996.
Thelma Smith Armstrong WG47, Harrisburg, Pa., a retired teacher at Northern High School in Dillsburg; September 12, 1998.
Dr. Hugh F. Dailey V47, Orlando, Fla., 1980.
Hon. William M. Duffy Jr. L47, Yorklyn, Del., September 24, 1997.
Gloria B. Frank CW47, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., June 5, 1999.
Dr. Charles E. Gundlach V47, Springfield, Va., a veterinarian and retired U.S. Food and Drug Administration official; May 15, 1999.
Roland L. Larrabee W47, Ocean City, N.J., May 31, 1999.
Dr. Joseph Peter McEvoy GM47, Seattle, a retired ophthalmologist; March 8, 1999.
Ida Gager Midgett CW47, Chester Springs, Pa., May 1996.
Ivan C. Snell W47, Lake Worth, Fla., May 23, 1999.
Dr. Louis Henry Stein D47, White Plains, N.Y., a retired surgeon; September 2, 1999.
James B. Brooks WG48, Hockessin, Del., April 30, 1999.
Dr. Bernard E. Cohler GM48, Chicago, a retired surgeon; April 16, 1999.
Dr. Edwin Curtis Evans GM48, Atlanta, July 6, 1998.
Dr. Charles Highsmith Jr. GM48, Troy, N.Y., a retired surgeon; June 9, 1999. He served on the local board of commissioners.
Dr. Burton M. Jerome D48, White Plains, N.Y.
Hon. Edwin G. Johnson W48, Las Vegas, May 6, 1999.
Thomas C. Leonards Jr. C48, Berwyn, Pa., an insurance executive with the old Insurance Co. of North America; September 14, 1999. He also won several national championships in squash.
Robert A. Merkel W48, Springfield, Pa., a retired statistician and economic analyst in the petroleum-chemicals department of the DuPont Co.; September 3, 1999.
Michael A. Poppiti L48, Wilmington, Del., a retired attorney; 1999.
William N. Richards G48, Camp Hill, Pa., a retired assistant secretary of museum programs at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington; September 13, 1999. He also had served as director of the William Penn Memorial Museum in Harrisburg, had been involved in the restoration of the Ephrata Cloister, and in the development of the Pennsylvania Farm Museum in Landis Valley and the Pennsylvania Museum of Rail Transportation at Strasburg.
Dr. Sidney R. Rucker V48, King of Prussia, Pa., a retired veterinarian and supervisor for the U.S. Department of Agriculture; June 5, 1999.
Dorothy Minter Spicer Ed48, El Cajon, Calif., a retired nursing instructor; June 22, 1999.
Dr. Paul W. Vineyard Jr. C48 D53, Silver Spring, Md., a retired dentist; September 9, 1999.
Alice Miller Abel CW49, Malibu, Calif., June 28, 1999.
Elizabeth Bradley Barber G49, Bridgeport, Conn.
Seymour J. Fader EE49 WG50, Paramus, N.J., professor emeritus of management and industrial relations at Ramapo College, July 24, 1999.
George B. Francis L49, North Wildwood, N.J., a retired appellate judge of the New Jersey Superior Court; September 16, 1999. Before being appointed to the Cape May County Superior Court in 1961, he had served as county prosecutor.
Alexander M. Gusdorff Jr. W49, Philadelphia, December 26, 1997.
Kenneth R. Hall G49, Washington, a retired archivist at the National Archives who specialized in water-transportation records; June 20, 1999.
Leonard Kalish W49, Torrance, Calif., July 31, 1999.
John I. Larson C49, Warren, Pa., a retired engineer with the Carborundum Co.; June 21, 1997. During the Second World War he served with the U.S. Army in Europe and was awarded the Purple Heart and Bronze Star.
Elwood McMorrow EE49, Waterford, Conn., a retired senior engineer at Raytheons submarine signal division in Portsmouth, R.I.; October 17, 1999.
Mahlon M. Nemirow W49, West Hempstead, N.Y., January 15, 1998.
Dr. Robert Vernlund GM49, New London, N.H., retired ophthalmologist and assistant clinical professor of ophthalmological surgery at the University of Connecticut; September 5, 1999.
Carl Edward Votti C49, Austin, Texas, a retired engineer with the DuPont Company; August 10, 1999. For his service in the Second World War, he received two awards of the Purple Heart, as well as the Silver Star and the Bronze Star.
Virginia Frey Appler CCC50, Lehigh Acres, Fla.; August 8, 1999. She had been employed in the customer-service department of the old B. Altman Co. in New Jersey, and retired to Florida in 1988.
Dr. David W. Baker M50, Chester, Nova Scotia, July 4, 1999.
Ardithanne G. Boyle CW50, Philadelphia, a retired research chemist at Jefferson Hospital, Graduate Hospital, the Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute, and the Monell Chemical Senses Center; July 8, 1999.
Earl T. Butler WEv50, Haddonfield, N.J., December 14, 1997.
Helen T. Butler Nu50, West Chester, Pa., retired director of nursing at Bryn Mawr Hospital; October 5, 1999.
Joanne B. Carpenter CW50, Everett, Wash., a retired elementary schoolteacher; May 21, 1999.
Edward J. Coffey Jr. WEF50, San Antonio, Texas, November 7, 1997.
Dr. Norman E. Duggan D50, West Bath, Maine, March 19, 1999.
Dr. Gordon F. Eycleshimer D50, Winter Haven, Fla., a retired dentist.
Dr. Robert Franken GM50, San Angelo, Texas, March 7, 1998.
Charles M. Fruithandler W50, El Paso, Texas, a retired attorney; March 4, 1999.
Solomon Hoffman W50, Jenkintown, Pa., April 29, 1999.
Capt. David I. Jacobs WG50, Fairfax, Va., a retired captain in the U.S. Navy who was a veteran of three wars; August 9, 1999.
Donald E. McComas Jr. W50, Warren, Pa., a retired accountant with General Electric; September 7, 1999.
William H. McGill W50, Plantation, Fla., March 19, 1999.
Joseph J. Minecci WEv50, Philadelphia, December 21, 1991.
Dr. Henry D. Piper Gr50, Murphysboro, Ill., professor emeritus of English and former dean of liberal arts and sciences at Southern Illinois University; July 25, 1999. During the Second World War he worked as a research chemist at the DuPont Co., where he supervised the manufacture of TNT; he later worked on the development of the atomic bomb as a part of the Manhattan Project.
Dr. Vincent H. Prendeville D50, Albany, N.Y.
Rocco J. Olivadoti C50, Long Branch, N.J., March 29, 1999.
Ferruccio L. Rocchi WEv50, Aston, Pa., June 4, 1999.
Dr. James B. Shuler GM50, Tallahassee, Fla., August 13, 1998.
Cornelius G. Stauffer WEv50, Chalfont, Pa., 1997.
Dr. C. Jane Stegemann CW50 Gr61, Quincy, Mass., September 20, 1999.
James Graham Stevens W50, Portland, Ore., February 1994.
Jean P. Vincent Ed50, Borrego Springs, Calif., May 9, 1999.
Dr. Caldwell S. Walker D50, Upper Montclair, N.J.
Dr. William H. Bryan GM51, Kansas City, Mo., a general surgeon in private practice; June 13, 1993.
Ruth Aronson Coulter CW51, Silver Spring, Md., former columnist and obituary writer for Montgomery Journal; August 13, 1999.
Rev. Charles K. Dwyer C51, Albany, N.Y., February 16, 1999.
Dr. Anita J. Faatz GrS51, Amelia Island, Fla., April 9, 1999.
Anthony T. Galasso WEv51, Mt. Laurel, N.J., May 24, 1999.
Janet B. Geiges OT51, Havertown, Pa., September 28, 1999.
Milton O. Gross W51, Gaithersburg, Md., an attorney; May 15, 1998.
Peter S. Hepp ChE51, Jacksonville, Fla., a retired executive with the Sun Oil Co.; June 8, 1999. He had served as an engineer and later as president of the Sun Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co.
Dr. Eloise Rallings Lewis GEd51, the founding dean of the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina; Greensboro, N.C.
Leo H. Loffel L51, Merion, Pa., October 4, 1999.
Donald H. Mahan Ar51, Lake Bluff, Ill., June 24, 1999.
Carol C. Mahoney CW51, Oklahoma City, a retired English teacher at Hefner Junior and Putnam City North high schools; August 27, 1999.
Maurice J. Matteson Jr. G51, Sellersville, Pa., April 9, 1998.
John A. McHugh Jr. WEF51, Pittsburg, Calif., October 24, 1984.
Dr. Howard E. Mitchell Gr51, Philadelphia, emeritus professor of management and human resources at the Wharton School, and an outspoken champion of social and racial equality; October 1, 1999. A clinical psychologist who served as the chief research psychologist at Lankenau Hospital, he was the second African American faculty member hired by Penn. In 1963 he was appointed associate director of the Philadelphia Council for Community Advancement, a move which led him to re-focus his career from community psychology to urban activism. He established the Penn human-resources program in 1964 and directed it until 1985; he retired in 1992.
James Edson OConnell L51, Waverly, Pa., an attorney; March 22, 1999.
Dr. William W. Old III GM51, Lexington, Va., May 14, 1999.
Dr. Harold Rolland Schade D51, Gilgo Beach, N.Y., a dentist; July 19, 1999.
S. Shirley Stine Nu51 GNu63, Easton, Pa., retired director of nursing at Grand View Hospital and teacher of nursing at Germantown Hospital; September 8, 1999.
Barbara S. Cronfeld Ed52, Wyncote, Pa., February 1995.
Mary Morris Cuyjet SW52, Cheswold, Del., September 21, 1999.
Dr. Forrest W. Frease Gr52, Greeley, Colo., professor emeritus of English at the University of Northern Colorado and first dean of its School of Arts and Sciences; June 25, 1999.
Robert E. Higgins WEv52, New York, a retired business manager in the broadcasting industry; June 24, 1999. He began his career with Westinghouses KDKA in Pittsburgh, later relocating to their headquarters in Washington. He then worked at WJZ in Baltimore, and at KYW, Philadelphia, in both radio and television.
Michael F. Hughes Jr. WEv52, Bristol, Pa., a tax accountant for Conrail; June 11, 1997.
H. Jean Irwin CW52, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a systems analyst with Shared Medical Systems in East Whiteland for 30 years; April 27, 1999. She had earlier worked at the old Curtis Publishing Co. in Philadelphia for 17 years.
Dr. Richard W. Juvancic M52, Girard, Ohio, former medical director of WellCare Health Plan, Inc.; February 21, 1999.
Henry W. Parkhurst Jr. C52, Milford, Del., September 22, 1999.
Dr. Lawrence W. Ryan GM52, Radnor, Pa., a retired obstetrician and gynecologist and physician emeritus at Lankenau Hospital; October 8, 1999.
Dr. A. Mervin Tyson Gr52, Tampa, Fla., July 26, 1998.
William T. Anderson Jr. W53, Morristown, N.J., April 29, 1999.
Wallace L. Clapp Jr. C53, Indianapolis, a former insurance editor for Rough Notes; June 8, 1999.
Donald W. Dexter WG53, Philadelphia, February 26, 1999.
Charles P. Forbes GEd53, Lima, Pa., a retired teacher, coach and school administrator, and a long time baseball umpire; July 11, 1999. Bucky retired in 1980 as assistant principal of Lansdowne-Aldan High School and in 1992, after more than four decades of umpiring at all levels of amateur baseball. In 1939 he had played on the U.S. amateur baseball team and in that same year played for the old Penn Athletic Club in Philadelphia, one of a number of amateur teams that competed in exhibition games as part of the opening ceremonies for the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y.
Richard W. Gulick W53, West Chester, Pa., former CEO and president of Ellisco Inc., manufacturer of sheet-metal products; August 10, 1999.
Ralph W. Kieffer G53, Fleetwood, Pa., a retired professor of German at Kutztown University; June 11, 1999. He also had taught and coached at Fleetwood High School.
Richard A. Lewis Ar53, Glenside, Pa., a partner with Lewis and Rogers, an architectural firm; April 25, 1999. His specialty in recent years was retirement and nursing-home facilities.
Dr. Elliott D. Marcus GD53, Easton, Pa., a retired orthodontist; July 31, 1999.
Nancy D. Super GEd53, Hazleton, Pa., July 15, 1997.
Dr. Salo Weindling Gr53, Yardley, Pa., founding head of the German department at Springfield Township High School; September 20, 1999. He had earlier taught French and European history at Akiba Hebrew Academy in Merion, after coming to this country in 1949. He made German translations of Dantes La Divina Commedia, Petrarchs sonnets and Shakespeares sonnets, and his own German poetry was published.
Joseph C. Woodcock L53, Ridgwood, N.J., November 2, 1997.
Ruth E. Baker Nu54, Ambler, Pa., July 4, 1999.
Robert N. Boltz PT54, Tremont, Pa., December 17, 1996.
Dr. Robert S. Byck C54 M59, a psychiatrist and brain researcher at Yale Medical School who in 1979 gave the U.S. Congress an early warning that the country faced an epidemic of crack-cocaine use; August 9, 1999.
Joanne Meltzer Craul Nu54, Manlius, N.Y., a retired professor of nursing at the SUNY in Syracuse; August 9, 1999.
Dr. George W. Evans M54, Essex, Mass.
Dr. Douglas A. Fulton D54, Rochester, N.Y., a practicing dentist for more than 40 years; October 11, 1998.
Edward Garrigues GEd54, Chapel Hill, N.C., retired principal of Pedricktown Elementary School in Woodstown, N.J.; June 1, 1999.
Walter L. Gordon GEd54, Narberth, Pa., retired president of the Camden County (N.J.) Education Association; July 21, 1999. He also served as treasurer of the Camden branch of the NAACP and president of the Camden County Health and Welfare Council.
Joseph L. Heaney WG54, Mahwah, N.J., a retired manager for IBM; September 21, 1999.
Irving Morgenroth C54 L57, Cherry Hill, N.J., chief counsel and executive vice president of the Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Co. in Philadelphia; October 15, 1999.
James J. Nugent WEv54, Philadelphia, a retired systems analyst at Philadelphia Electric; August 2, 1999.
Rinaldo A. Paci MtE54, Lansdale, Pa., a retired metallurgical engineer; June 1, 1999.
Harriet C. Treatman CW54 SW57, Gladwyne, Pa., a social worker; October 26, 1999. She taught and counseled in the social work departments at Hahnemann University, the Albert Einstein Medical Center, Burlington County Family Services of Mount Holly (N.J.), and Psychological Resources of Bala Cynwyd.
Frederick F. Tweed WEv54, Holland, Pa.
Frederick J. Veith WEv54, Levittown, Pa., a former labor-relations negotiator for the Printing Industries of New York Trade Association and then a labor administrator for Teamsters Union Local 27 in New York; June 7, 1999.
John W. Vollmayer WG54, Reno, Nev., July 13, 1998.
Dr. Christian G. Wornas GM54, Reading, Pa., March 27, 1997.
Nellie D. Munnell Nu55, Athens, Ga., August 1995.
Dr. Hiram Simmons Davis Gr55, Prescott, Ariz., July 2, 1999.
James Kyriakos WEv55, Media, Pa., May 19, 1999.
Dr. Jack H. Neff C55 GD59, Wynnewood, Pa., retired chief of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Pennsylvania Hospital; June 3, 1999.
Dr. William J. Nunan GrD55, Ocean City, N.J., May 1999.
Richard Otto W55, New Hyde Park, N.Y., August 18, 1999.
Dr. Ruth Neuer Puckett CW55 Gr70, Santa Barbara, Calif., May 15, 1998.
Dr. Albin Schiff D55, Philadelphia, a retired dentist in private practice who also worked for the Philadelphia school district; June 17, 1999.
William D. Bryant GEd56, Wilmington, N.C., retired director of vocational education for the Greensboro school system; May 31, 1999.
Dr. David H. F. Liu Gr56, Blaine, Wash., October 27, 1995.
Dr. W. James Maytum M56, Marina Del Ray, Calif., February 14, 1999.
Dr. Edward J. Wallace D56, Collegeville, Pa.
Dr. Gustaf Evan Engstrom Jr. M57, Marmora, N.J., May 28, 1999.
Mary L. Malley Nu57, Philadelphia, February 3, 1998.
Geoffrey Murdoch C57, Haverford, Pa., former president of Britton Murdoch, a real estate investment firm; July 16, 1999.
Jeanneanne D. Poore CW57, Malvern, Pa., October 22, 1999; she had volunteered with the American Red Cross.
Sidney Small WEv57, Glenside, Pa., July 14, 1999.
J. Arnold Bair G58, West Chester, Pa., retired regional director of trust operations for the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; October 13, 1999. He later served as tax collector for West Goshen Township.
Dr. David F. Hawke Gr58, Madison, Conn., professor emeritus of American history at Lehman College of the City University of New York; June 20, 1999. He wrote several widely admired books about people and events in the American Revolution, most notably Benjamin Rush: Revolutionary Gadfly, a biography of the 18th-century physician which was nominated for a National Book Award in 1972.
Dr. John B. Schmidt V58, Spain.
Fuad K. Taima W58, McLean, Va., an international business consultant for American companies in the Middle East, and a founder of the American Iraqi Foundation; May 26, 1999. He, his wife and their teenage son were found in their home, shot. He frequently had told family friends that he received death threats, and his car was firebombed in front of their house in 1990, about the time he helped set up the foundation, which furthers trade between the two countries. It was involved in attempts for a diplomatic solution to the Persian Gulf War, and was part of a delegation that went to Iraq, met with President Saddam Hussein, and returned with 14 hostages.
Fred. A. Basehore GEd59, Lancaster, Pa., May 21, 1999.
Dr. John F. Millett D59, Utica, N.Y., May 14, 1999.
Donald John Richardson WG59, Salt Lake City, a business owner; July 24, 1999.
Edward D. Stubblebine W59, Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., retired general manager of the draft-beer division of the Pabst Brewery Co., in San Antonio, Texas; September 28, 1999. He had earlier worked, for more than 25 years, at Strohs Schlitz Brewery in Detroit.
Carl F. Weber Jr. W59, Hatboro, Pa., an accountant and former president of moving companies; August 14, 1999. Since 1993 he operated C. Weber & Co., an accounting firm. He also was an auditor for Jackson Township and treasurer of the Susquehanna County Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Richard R. DiGuardi GD60, Coatesville, Pa., former chief of oral surgery at Episcopal and Brandywine hospitals; June 16, 1999. He was also an assistant professor of dentistry at the Universitys School of Dental Medicine.
William A. Fennelly Jr. WG60, Geneva, Ill., retired vice president of manufacturing for Baxter Travenol Laboratories; September 8, 1999.
Arnold Gavurin W60, Jupiter, Fla., a retired engineer for Motorola; October 6, 1999.
Dr. Romeo A. Luongo Jr. GM60, an ear, nose and throat specialist who maintained a Center City Philadelphia practice for more than 30 years; October 15, 1999. He also was a plastic surgeon and a practitioner of cryosurgery.
William R. Schwenk ME60, Boulder, Colo., owner of Coastwise Associates, a consulting firm; June 17, 1999.
Edythe N. Abrams Ed61, Philadelphia, October 9, 1998.
Paul L. Aiken Jr. G61, Margate City, N.J., April 22, 1999.
Dr. Charles R. Borchardt GD61, Charlottesville, Va., an oral surgeon who had served as assistant professor of oral surgery at the University of Virginia; July 6, 1999.
Raymond K. Denworth L61, Philadelphia, a retired lawyer; August 3, 1999. He had specialized in complex bankruptcies and securities litigation.
Dr. Eva J. Mertz Fairhurst D61, Augusta, Ga., a professor at the Medical College of Georgia; July 26, 1999.
Forrest R. Browne Jr. G62, Juneau, Alaska, July 17, 1999.
Thomas A. Diamond W62, Costa Mesa, Calif., professor of law at Whittier College; July 9, 1999.
Alan M. Goffman C62, New York, an art dealer and collector who was a pioneer in promoting American illustration; June 2, 1997. He was famous for his collection of Rockwell, Leyendecker, Parrish and Pyle.
Marjorie E. Roberts Nu62, Fort Washington, Pa., August 27, 1997.
Dr. George E. Shagory WG62, Hollis, N.H., chair of the business department at Rivier College; April 4, 1999. He was also a former professor of management at Babson College and the University of Florida.
Michael Albert Lorberblatt FA63, New York, a sculptor and painter; September 2, 1999.
Dr. Harry C. Millar II V63, Jupiter, Fla., retired owner of the Millar Animal Hospital in Oakhurst, N.J.; July 25, 1999.
Kathleen C. Rogers GEd63, Baltimore, June 5, 1994.
Dr. Jefrey M. Arlen C64 M68, Paso Robles, Calif., April 23, 1995.
Leonard Kupperstein SW64, Warminster, Pa., retired director of operations for the state welfare department for 35 years; July 5, 1999.
John M. Machesky WG64, Meadville, Pa., March 1998.
Dr. Lina Ruiz Gr64, Millersville, Pa., September 28, 1997.
Paul M. Schuchardt C64, Jamesburg, N.J., June 11, 1999.
Richard C. Williams Jr. C64, Marblehead, Mass., a well-known writer, chantey singer and corporate video producer; June 27, 1999. Since 1982 he had owned Ocean City Productions, which produced videos for clients that included PBS, Gillette and Raytheon. He was an internationally recognized chantey singer and interpreter of 17th- and 18th-century maritime history: he performed with the Scurvy Dogs of Marblehead and the Freemen of the Sea.
Paul M. Albert W65, Newington, Conn., October 9, 1999.
Dr. Ronald P. Andrews M65, Jenkintown, Pa., a rheumatologist who served as staff physician at Abington Memorial Hospital for 27 years; September 3, 1999. He was a former president of the Southeastern Pennsylvania division of the Arthritis Foundation.
Paul F. Dice Jr. V65, Seattle, a veterinarian; July 15, 1999. A specialist in eye problems, he founded the Animal Eye Clinic and treated a range of animals, from domestic pets to orca whales and the animals at the Woodland Park Zoo.
Evan C. Archer Jr. L66, Shelburne, Vt., an attorney; June 1999.
Ellen M. McGuire GNu66, Longmeadow, Mass., August 22, 1998.
Chen Pang Tan Gr66, Potomac, Md., a retired structural engineer with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission; September 17, 1999.
Peter M. Stern L66, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., an attorney; May 14, 1999.
Earle E. Casteen WEv67, Linwood, N.J., June 24, 1999.
Dr. Elaine J. Dobbins Nu67 GNu67 Gr95, Philadelphia, a family therapist on the staff of the Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia; June 30, 1999. She had previously taught at Penn and at Thomas Jefferson University. In 1980 she volunteered as a nurse in refugee camps in Cambodia, and in 1996 she spent a year as a nurse in Guatemala and Mexico.
Michael Woodruff Lillie L67, Englewood, Colo., an attorney who had practiced in New York and Denver; October 10, 1999.
Rev. Michael J. Long G67, Sellersville, Pa., April 1999.
Dr. Thampy Mammen Gr67, Green Bay, Wisc., April 1999; he had taught at St. Norbert College.
Charles A. Pfeffer III WG67, Portland, Maine, retired manager for H. M. Payson; July 3, 1999, of a heart attack while in the Azores. He had completed a solo crossing of the Atlantic in his sailboat.
Dr. Joseph E. Rhen Gr67, Middletown, Pa., May 3, 1999.
Paul F. Abbott WEv68, Villanova, Pa., a manager for the Yarway Corp.; July 7, 1999.
James A. Giardina WG68, Forest Hills, N.Y., July 2, 1999.
Dr. Louis A. Karp GM68, Narberth, Pa., a prominent eye surgeon and head of ophthalmology at Pennsylvania Hospital; September 20, 1999. He also had taught pathology and ophthalmology at the Universitys School of Medicine.
Dr. Barbara S. Miller Gr68, New York, April 19, 1993.
Joe Shapiro C68, Los Angeles, former general counsel for Walt Disney Co., and chief negotiator with the French government on Disneyland Paris; September 23, 1999. He was married to the tennis professional, Pam Shriver.
Albert J. Subach WG68, Smithtown, N.Y.
Roland W. Batten C69 GAr74, Shelburne, Vt., an architect who specialized in private residences; June 1, 1999, while hiking in Sardinia.
Dr. Clarendon Bowman C69, Clermont, Fla., medical director of emergency services at Health Central; June 13, 1999, when his glider plane crashed at the National Soaring Contest in Minden, Nev. Earning his pilots license in 1975, he founded Coral Reef Flying Services in Key Largo, giving flying lessons and flying charters in the Caribbean. He took up soaring in 1980, and in 1997 won the national championship, earning a spot on the U.S. Soaring team that competed in the World Air Games in Turkey.
Richard John Hogan C69, Fairfax, Va.; a magazine editor and writer; September 3, 1999.
Edward R. Kanigowski WEv69, Moorestown, N.J., May 8, 1997.
Dr. David B. Mosher M69, Lincoln, Mass., a dermatologist; August 24, 1999. He specialized in vitiligo and other skin-pigmentation diseases.
Lt. Col. Elaine J. Vak Nu69, Aptos, Calif.
Dr. Thomas C. Beall GD70, North Palm Beach, Fla., an endodontist; September 5, 1999. He was a former president of the North Palm Beach Dental Society.
James Joseph Cannella WG70, Mason City, Iowa, an attorney; April 8, 1998.
Eric Maxwell Heiner WG70, Charlottesville, Va., a real estate developer; October 18, 1999. He helped in the redevelopment of downtown Charlottesville, especially in the establishment of the Downtown Mall.
Dr. Walter P. Hoffman SW70 GrS75, Victoria, British Columbia, February 19, 1999.
Marguerite A. Hutchins G70, Philadelphia, a retired Latin teacher at West Catholic High School for Girls; June 24, 1999.
Dr. Edwin Kashub C70 D73, a dentist; Philadelphia.
Paul J. Mahoney Jr. W70, Smithfield, R.I., director of print advertising for CVS, the drugstore chain; June 4, 1999..
Dr. Nancy J. Howes GEd71, Greenwich, N.Y., chair of organizations and management at the Antioch New England Graduate School in Keene, N.H.; August 15, 1999. She had retired as professor of educational administration at the State University of New York, Albany.
Dr. Nadja Kuller CW71, Cottage Grove, Ore., an orthopedic surgeon and acupuncturist on staff at the Cottage Grove Hospital; September 22, 1999.
Robert W. Stilwell SW71, Blue Bell, Pa.
Dr. Maxine H. Rosoff Klein CW72, Jericho, N.Y., a cardiologist who served as director of coronary care at Mid-Island Hospital; June 24, 1999.
Steve Crum ChE73, Kinnelon, N.J., chief operating officer of American Cyanamid; July 20, 1999.
Dr. John J. Horan Jr. D73, Worcester, Mass.
Dr. Barbara K. Kopytoff Gr73, Narberth, Pa., an anthropologist and lawyer; August 20, 1999. She was an expert on the culture and history of the Maroons of Jamaica, descendants of escaped slaves. She had taught anthropology at Penn and at Temple, Johns Hopkins and Lehigh universities. After earning a law degree in 1987, she collaborated on research of the legal aspects of American slavery with Hon. A. Leon Higginbotham Jr. Hon75, until his death in 1998.
Joseph T. Ramenda W73, Odessa, Fla., a lawyer, accountant and financial planner; May 28, 1999.
Dr. Frank Greenberg M74, Washington, July 3, 1998.
Dr. Monroe J. Haegele Gr74, Jenkintown, Pa., former vice president, chief economist and chief planner for the old First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust Co.; June 25, 1999. He recently formed Provident Distributors Inc., a mutual-fund distribution company.
Robert W. Heller WEv74 WEv77, Richboro, Pa., a retired systems analyst with Exide Battery Co.; September 15, 1999.
Robert H. Lins C74, Bedford, Pa., September 2, 1991.
Dr. Gregory R. Owens M74 GM78, Oakmont, Pa., chief pulmonologist at Montefiore Hospital and then at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Oakland; September 17, 1999. In the 1970s, before it was widely considered an issue, he conducted research at the University of Pittsburgh on how smokers could dramatically improve their health by not smoking.
Mary J. Ballman CGS75, Ardmore, Pa.
Dr. Samuel D. Iaquinta GD75, Bristol, Wisc., an endodontist who also taught at the Marquette University Dental School; September 2, 1999.
Helen T. Diamond SW76, Villas, N.J., March 23, 1999.
Leonard J. Chaikowsky II GAr77 GCP77 GFA77, Shenandoah, Pa., September 5, 1998.
Dr. Eric S. Copeland D78, Wilmington, Del.
Dr. Joseph F. Marino M78, Philadelphia, October 1996.
Dr. Gloria O. Becker CGS79 G79 Gr84, Charlotte, N.C., June 5, 1999.
Dr. Linda B. Spungen G79 Gr81, Scarsdale, N.Y., a psychologist with the Ulster County childrens and preschool programs; September 19, 1998. She also maintained a private practice.
Robert L. Acuff Jr. WG80, Newark, Del., an administrator with McBride Shopa & Co., an accounting firm; September 1, 1999.
Margaret M. Frank GAr81 GLA81, Providence, R.I., professor of architecture and landscape architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design; October 1, 1999. She was also a visiting faculty member at Harvard and Cornell universities.
Dr. George A. Marzelli D81, Gladwyne, Pa., a dentist who had maintained a practice in Bryn Mawr for 17 years; September 6, 1998.
Dr. William W. Pugh Gr83, Winston-Salem, N.C.
Dr. Terry F. Miller V84, Allentown, Pa., a veterinarian who owned the Walbert Animal Hospital; October 9, 1999, drowned off the coast at Miami Beach.
Sallyanne W. Sullivan C84 GEd85, Malvern, Pa., a former corporate attorney for the Philadelphia law firm of Dechert, Price & Rhoads; September 1, 1999.
William A. James WG88, Dallas, February 27, 1993.
Dr. Gregory T. Smith D89, Monrovia, Calif.
John L. Ayers C90, Detroit, July 11, 1996.
Lauren Bessette WG91, New York, a senior investment banker at Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, where she specialized in Asian financial markets; July 16, 1999, in the plane crash off Marthas Vineyard that also killed her sister, Carolyn Bessette Kennedy, and John F. Kennedy Jr.
Devin Steve Shaffer C90, Denver, a former varsity tennis coach at Denver University; June 19, 1999. He had been a policy assistant to former Governor Roy Romer, and recently served as law clerk to a federal judge.
Katie Brant C92, Villanova, Pa., founder of Katies Kids for the Cure, who had battled brain cancer for 10 years; July 10, 1999. After Penn she had worked in marketing for Time Warner, Inc., then as national director of corporate marketing for UNICEF. In the summer of 1998 her illness forced her to abandon her career, so she started Katies Kids: it raised almost $150,000 towards research for a cure for pediatric brain cancer.
Dr. Pell J. White Gr93, Woodstown, N.J., a nuclear power-production engineer; September 30, 1999.
Scott Christopher Pugh L96, Sandy, Utah, August 2, 1997, in an automobile accident.
Peter John Berkebile CGS97, Charlotte, N.C., April 18, 1998.
Dr. A. Henry Clagett Jr. See Class of 1933.
Lajos S. Csiszar, Lansdowne, Pa., fencing coach at the University from 1948 to his retirement in 1974; February 20, 1997. Throughout the years he coached two Olympic and world champions, nine NCAA individual champions, 17 All Americans, 11 national fencing-team members and dozens of Olympic team members. He also taught at the Salle Csiszar Club on campus. Within five years of coming to Penn, he led it to an 8-1 season and the first NCAA championship Penn had won in any sport. He was named Penns coach of the year in 1954. Maestro Csiszar coached the U.S. team in the 1956 Olympics, the 1970 world championships and the Pan-American Games of 1963 and 1971.
Dr. Richard R. DiGuardi. See Class of 1960.
Dr. Elaine J. Dobbins. See Class of 1967.
Dr. Henry Drinker. See Class of 1945.
Dr. Phyllis Sampson Heimer, retired assistant professor of medicine at the University, July 1999.
Dr. David K. Hildebrand, Lower Merion, Pa., professor of statistics who had served as department chair from 1985 to 1990; July 13, 1999. He joined the Penn faculty in 1965, twice serving as moderator of the University Council, and chair of the Faculty Senate, 1992-3. Dr. Hildebrand specialized in models and methods for analyzing categorical data. He wrote Statistical Thinking for Behavioral Scientists (1986) and co-wrote Statistical Thinking for Managers (1983). A composer of limericks, he began all written exams with limericks to help students relax; he also wrote limericks with statistical themes to emphasize a concept or method or highlight an improper statistical practice.
Dr. Louis A. Karp. See Class of 1968.
Dr. Barbara K. Kopytoff. See Class of 1973.
Dr. Howard E. Mitchell. See Class of 1951.
Dr. Alvin Paul, North Wales, Pa., a dermatologist who maintained a private practice in Lansdale; May 30, 1999. He was an instructor at the Universitys Medical School and an attending physician at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the old Philadelphia General Hospital. Serving in the U.S. Navy, he was chief of dermatology at the Naval Hospital in Newport, R.I., in the 1950s.
Dr. Henry P. Royster. See Class of 1935.
Dr. Marshall D. Schechter, Wynnewood, Pa, emeritus professor of psychiatry, who had specialized in child and adolescent psychiatry; October 5, 1999. He had served on the Penn faculty since 1976.
Dr. William C. Stainback Jr. See Class of 1941