Edward M. Bredin EE15, Lafayette Hill, Pa., Apr. 2, 1981.
Helen Ransom Bryant WEF24, Mechanicsburg, Pa., a retired clerical worker with the old Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources; Jan. 5.
Ruth Baldwin CCT25, Towanda, Pa., 1986.
Elizabeth B. Elias Ed25, Rydal, Pa., Dec. 7, 1999.
Louise Wayl Kirschbaum Mu26, Philadelphia, a retired professional photographer; Jan. 19.
William H. Kneass W25, Whittier, Calif., retired district manager for U.S. Tire & Rubber Co.; Sept. 30. He was a co-founder and first president of the Southern California Tire Dealers Association.
William E. Lingelbach Jr. C25, Wyndmoor, Pa., retired partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius who engineered Blue Cross entering the Philadelphia insurance market; Jan. 8. He served on the board of Independence Blue Cross till 1987. At Penn he was a three-time All-American soccer player; he was an inaugural inductee into Penns Athletics Hall of Fame. A Rhodes scholar, he represented the University of Oxford twice in soccer and three times in tennis, and was among the first Americans to be on the teams for both sports. Devoted to court tennis, the predecessor of modern lawn tennis, he took major amateur titles in the game and was the American and British doubles champion; he was the board president of the Philadelphia Racquet Club for 11 years. A longtime leader of the national and local chapters of the English-Speaking Union, he received an honorary CBE from Queen Elizabeth in 1962. His father, William E. Lingelbach Sr., had been head of history at Penn.
Clifford G. Cornwell W26, Bridgewater, N.J., Oct. 24, 1998.
Rawdon Libby C26 L29, San Francisco, a retired attorney; May 24, 2000.
Anna M. Breneman PSW27, Philadelphia, Nov. 23, 1998.
Sarah M. Jamieson Ed27, Gloucester, N.J.
Gordon A. Ogden W27, Rumson, N.J., Feb. 21, 1991.
Frederick W. Held C28, Largo, Fla., Jan. 10, 1999.
Dorothy M. Bergmann Ed29, Rydal, Pa., Oct. 21, 1999.
Sidney Jacobson W29, Los Angeles, retired owner of a secretarial service; Oct. 2. He helped open a branch of the Wells Fargo Bank in West Los Angeles
Raymond M. Pearlstine W29 L32, Haverford, Pa., a retired senior partner of Wisler, Pearlstine, Talone, Craig, Garrity & Potash of Blue Bell; Dec. 30. He was prominent in Montgomery County legal circles for almost 60 years, serving as president of the county bar association, and as vice president of the disciplinary board of the state supreme court and governor of the Pennsylvania Bar. He was a director of Meridian Bancorp, and the American Bank and Trust Co. of Pennsylvania.
Elinor Riedel Ed29, Somerdale, N.J., Dec. 5.
Gustave G. Amsterdam C30 L33, Philadelphia, the retired chair and CEO of Bankers Securities Corporation who was a trustee emeritus of the University and overseer emeritus of the University Museum and the Graduate School of Fine Arts; Feb. 12. He was a director of the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Orchestra Association.
Walker G. Buckner WG31, La Jolla, Calif., Nov. 26, 1998.
Virginia Yerger Dixon Ed31, Plano, Tex., a retired chemistry teacher at Upper Darby High School outside Philadelphia; Dec. 25.
Rev. Howard B. Haines C31, Rochester, N.Y., pastor at Hyde Park Presbyterian Church in Niagara Falls, who retired in 1976; Dec. 24. He had served as pastor of Tokyo Union Church, an international interdenominational church, from 1957 to 1964.
Dr. William Greifinger C32, South Orange, N.J., retired director of internal medicine at St. James and City hospitals in Newark; Feb. 7. He also had maintained a practice in Belleville for more than 50 years. He was a former medical director of the Newark Board of Education. A past president of the Essex County Medical Society, he had also served as chair of trustees of the Medical Society of New Jersey.
Dr. Emil Lang D32, Lucerne, Switzerland, a retired dentist; Apr. 13, 1999.
Milton Reisman WEF32, Olyphant, Pa., June 24, 2000.
Bernard W. Schiro W32, West Hartford, Conn., retired chair of the board of G. Fox & Co.; Jan. 18. For many years he was manager of its childrens department.
Dr. Louis Udell C32 M36, Philadelphia, a retired rheumatologist and instructor in the School of Medicine; Feb. 4. He had maintained a private practice in Northeast Philadelphia for many years, and was a staff physician at Nazareth and Lower Bucks hospitals. A fellow of the American College of Rheumatology, he collaborated on an early study of the use of cortisone injections to treat arthritis. Dr. Louis Udell was an instructor in the Medical School from 1950 to 1974.
Raymond H. Bastian W33, Evans, Ga., a retired accountant with Georgia-Pacific Corp.; Dec. 11.
Dr. Horton Corwin Hinshaw Jr. M33, San Rafael, Calif., professor emeritus of medicine at the University of California Medical School at San Francisco; Jan. 5, 2000. A pioneer in the treatment of tuberculosis, he is reputed to be the first physician to successfully treat TB patients with streptomycin.
John K. Young W33 L36, Philadelphia, a senior partner of the law firm of Peck, Young & Van Sant; Jan. 13. He had served as legal counsel for the Masonic Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania.
J. Ellwood Ludwig Ed34, Frederick, Pa., former head football, basketball and baseball coach at Bucknell University; Jan. 29. He was president of Camp Bil-O-Wood in Blind River, Ont., which he had co-founded with his wife in 1946 and co-directed with his sons till 1999.
Norman M. Lichtenstein C34, Larchmont, N.Y., Oct. 18. He was strongly involved with Penns Alumni Council on Admissions and chaired the Manhattan secondary-schools committee. He is survived by his son, Dr. John S. Lichtenstein C65, daughter, Nancy Lichtenstein Kappler CW67, son, David R. Lichtenstein EE73, son-in-law, Ted Kappler C65, grandson, Steven M. Kappler C98, and many nieces who attended Penn.
N. Richard Nash Ed34, New York, a playwright and screenwriter, best known for his 1954 play and 1956 film, The Rainmaker; Dec. 11. Turning to novels in later life, he wrote the bestselling East Wind, Rain, about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor; it was based on both research and his own experience working for the Office of War Information during the Second World War.
G. Frederick Roll W34, Carmel, Calif., retired vice president for public affairs for the old Smith, Kline & French in Philadelphia; Jan. 26. Under his direction the firm held the first live, color closed-circuit telecast of a surgical operation; the original camera is in the Smithsonian Institution. In retirement, he and his wife, Barbara Honeyman, a physical anthropologist, accompanied Margaret Mead on a number of trips to Papua New Guinea, where he actively participated in their studies and took to photographing many aspects of village life: with his wife he published Stori Bilong Pere. He also published A Photobiography. He was captain of the tennis team at Penn; and he served on the board of the old General Alumni Society.
William T. Samuel WEF34, Jensen Beach, Fla., retired deputy controller at Griffiss Air Force Base in Rome, N.Y.; Jan. 29.
Sidney Joseph Mullins WEv35, Largo, Fla., a retired accountant for the City of Philadelphia; Jan. 20.
Boyd L. Spahr Jr. L35, Blue Bell, Pa., retired partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll LLP; Jan. 4. He had served on the board of Dickinson College for many years.
John P. Bushnell W36, Naples, Fla., May 17, 1998.
William R. Cary WEv36, Middletown, Pa., June 2, 2000.
Howard H. Conley Jr. W36, Stamford, Conn., retired vice president of marketing for the New York Life Insurance Co.; Jan. 5. He was a past president of the Greenwich chapter of the American Red Cross.
Robert G. Croot W36, Chatham, N.J., May 17, 2000.
Catherine B. Everett Ed36, Swarthmore, Pa., Aug. 15, 1998.
John J. Gavin WEv36, East Greenwich, R.I., retired regional manager for the Sun Oil Co.; Jan. 5.
Dorothy Ainey Hoffman DH36, New Brunswick, N.J., July 10, 1995.
John W. Keller Jr. W36, Lake Forest, Calif., October.
Dr. John H. Prewitt M36, Lexington, Ky., a physician; Dec. 1.
Theodore J. Seiver C36, Chevy Chase, Md., Nov. 28.
Richard W. Walton ChE36, Langhorne, Pa., a retired researcher with Squibb, who was responsible for the development of the veneer coating of tablets, and a number of sugar substitutes; Jan. 10.
Karl M. F. Wilke W36, Schenectady, N.Y., retired head of his old familys business in Albany, Wilkes Dry Cleaning and Laundry; Jan. 2. He spent five years in the U.S. Army in the late 1930s as technical adviser of laundry operations holding the rank of major; he is credited with formalizing many of the armys policies for clean and presentable uniforms. He later traveled the country, setting up laundry services for servicemen and women. When his familys company was bought by the city in 1966 and pulled down for a housing project, he moved to Joliet, Ill., as vice president of the American Institute of Laundering, but returned to Albany in 1976 and opened another Wilkes Dry Cleaning on the same street.
Dr. Morris L. Ziskind V36, Silver Spring, Md., a retired swine veterinarian who had maintained a practice in Secaucus, N.J.; Jan. 22.
Dr. Herbert S. Greenspan C37 GM45, Jenkintown, Pa., retired head of the childrens psychiatric clinic at Abington Memorial Hospital; Dec. 24.
Dr. Charles F. Owen Jr. M37, Asheboro, N.C., the first radiologist to practice in the Piedmont, who retired in 1986; Jan. 6.
Werner G. Schmidt WEv38, Schnecksville, Pa., retired treasurer of the Livingston Sheet Metal Corp.; Jan. 19.
Dr. Oliver William Suehs GM38, Austin, Tex., a retired otolaryngologist who had maintained a practice there for 35 years; Jan. 2. A former chief of staff at St. Davids Hospital, he had served as president of the Travis County Medical Society, vice president of the otolaryngology section of the Texas Medical Association and vice president of the American Laryngology Association.
Dr. Birna Nystrom Sullivan GM38, Green Valley, Ariz.
Sophie Camp Burbank PSW39, Kennett Square, Pa., Dec. 14, 1999.
David H. Kollock III W39, Philadelphia, founder and former chief executive officer of the Philadelphia Resins Corp. in Montgomeryville; Jan. 26.
Vincent P. Sumerfield Jr. L39, Bedminster, N.J., a retired attorney with the Kemper Insurance Co.; Jan. 28.
Marian Schussler Belcher CW40, Plymouth, Minn., Jan. 4.
Dr. Joseph S. Burkle C40 M43 GM50, York, Pa., December.
Robert T. Dunn W40, Quincy, Fla., 2000.
Edward A. Gray CCC40, Columbus, N.J., a retired chemical engineer who had been in charge of the water and air pollution control at the Allied Chemical plant in Philadelphia; Dec. 23.
Dr. Floyd M. Landis M40, Leola, Pa., a retired physician who had maintained a practice there for 40 years; Feb. 5.
Margaret Little McComas GEd40, Newport, N.H., retired chief physical therapist at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, who had served here from 1948 to 1970; Dec. 2. Even in retirement in New Hampshire, she attended to PT cases in the local hospital and nursing home.
William R. Reynolds L40, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., an attorney; Dec. 27.
James G Aiken W41 L48, Haddonsfield, N.J., an attorney; Jan. 14. He had served as first assistant prosecutor for Camden County and acting prosecutor for Salem County, and he was the Haddonfield borough solicitor in the late 1950s. And he taught business law at Rutgers University Law School for many years.
Archie Ansell W41, Sarasota, Fla., a retired accountant and program analyst for the U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va.; Jan. 22.
Samuel J. Broers W41, Akron, Ohio, Jan. 1.
James Hermiston W41, Chatham, Mass., Sept. 16, 1996.
Newert Shamlian Kaplan CW41, Boca Raton, Fla., May 19, 2000.
Harry Katz W41, Chicago, co-founder of United Exposition Service Co., a conventions-contracting firm; Jan. 2. He served on the executive committee of the Chicago Convention Bureau. He helped his family set up the company in Atlantic City after the Second World War, rather than complete his degree, though he finished it in the early 1980s.
Helen Levy G41, Wilmington, Del., Dec. 3.
Earl E. Moore WEv41, Wynnewood, Pa., owner of Earl Moore Inc., an appraisal service; Jan. 5.
Elisabeth Gray Schumacker CW41, Devon, Pa., Jan. 5. She served on the board of the Womens Committee of Wills Eye Hospital for more than 40 years.
Dr. Bernard J. Shuman C41, Moorestown, N.J., retired pediatrician who had served as an associate professor of child psychiatry at Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia and as a senior child psychiatrist at the Hahnemann Community Health/Mental Retardation Center; Jan. 19. He was a consultant for the New Jersey child-welfare and courts systems. He served on the editorial board of Infant Mental Health Journal.
Dr. Edgar Silverman SW41, Bethesda, Md., retired social-work director for the Juvenile Court in Washington; Jan. 29.
Mary Margaret Francis Hillenbrand Ed42 GEd43, Columbus, Ohio, a retired librarian for the Columbus Metropolitan Library; Dec. 31.
Herman Shifren C42, Roslyn Heights, N.Y., retired director of advertising for Wyeth-Ayerst Laboratories; Jan. 11. During his times with the company, he helped introduce new drugs for hypertension, coronary disease, osteoporosis and menopause. After retiring, he continued to write advertising copy as a freelancer for two years, then concentrated on his (unfinished) novel about his life in the U.S. Navy during the Second World War.
H. John Weisman Jr. L42, Waterbury, Conn., Nov. 6.
George F. Bellezza C43, Hatboro, Pa., Sept. 9.
Lt.Col. Bjarne N. Folling V43, Kamuela, Hawaii, a retired veterinarian in the U.S. Army; Aug. 20. Retiring to Hawaii, he set up a veterinary practice, and practiced into his late seventies.
Dr. Richard C. Fowler D43, Cranbury, N.J., a dentist; July 15.
Dr. Arthur M. Hochheiser D43, Hackensack, N.J., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Lodi for 50 years; Feb. 2.
Dr. Henry A. Segal C43 M46, Chevy Chase, Md., a psychiatrist; Jan. 12. For many years he taught at the Washington School of Psychiatry and recently at the Georgetown University Medical School.
Gordon D. Stevens W43, Wayne, Pa., Nov. 6.
Jerome Marvin Frank CE44, Allentown, Pa., owner of an insurance agency; Jan. 18.
Freda B. Rosenblum PSW44, New Hyde Park, N.Y., Nov. 5.
Marylou Allen Klein OT45, Pen Argyl, Pa., a retired special-education teacher and therapist for the East Aurora, Ill., public-school system; Jan. 8.
Dr. Hiram L. Wiest M45, Hershey, Pa., retired assistant professor of family and community medicine at Hershey Medical College; Jan. 11. He helped found the Department of Family and Community Medicine there. He was a past president of the Pennsylvania Academy of General Practice. Tracing his familys roots since 1938, after retirement he helped restore a 20-plot cemetery of his family in West Cocalico that dated back more than 200 years.
Dr. Alfred Dobrak GM46, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., a retired radiologist at Sisters Hospital and the old Emergency Hospital in Buffalo, N.Y.; Jan. 26.
Oliver L. Einstein W46, New York, Oct. 1991.
Dr. Claire L. Gilles GEd46 Gr62, professor of education at Kutztown University; Philadelphia, Jan. 7.
Janice Weiss Kahn Ed46, Penn Valley, Pa., a former elementary schoolteacher; Jan. 23. She was a charter board member of Women for Greater Philadelphia.
Dorothy M. Richards Ed46 GEd53, Towamencin, Pa., retired director of nursing at Philadelphias Presbyterian Hospital; Jan. 10.
Muriel Kasov Alderman PSW47, Virginia Beach, Va., a retired social worker with Family Services and Travelers Aid of Norfolk; Jan. 26. She taught for many years at Old Dominion University, Norfolk State University and Virginia Wesleyan University.
Paul R. Betz G47, Philadelphia, retired associate dean of the evening division at St. Josephs University; Dec. 25. After retiring in 1984, he taught English as a second language for 10 years.
Jay Jerome W47, Cherry Hill, N.J., a legendary Philadelphia big-band leader; Jan. 29. He formed the Jay Jerome Orchestra in the late 1940s, and performed at weddings, bar mitzvahs and Jewish community events, but soon was playing at the regions biggest social events throughout the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. It made its summer home at the old Traymore Hotel in Atlantic City for many seasons. He was described by his daughter as more an entertainer than a musician: He could get everybody up and moving and involved at the party. A wise businessman, he formed an alliance with his competitors, creating Music Associates in 1948; this first band conglomerate in the country reignedwith 20 bandsin Philadelphia into the early 1970s. Jay Jerome and his orchestra performed until the mid-1980s, when he retired to care for his ill wife.
Hannah Levin PSW47, Bronx, N.Y., 1999.
Ruth Radbill Scott CW47, Rydal, Pa., Dec. 29. She had served for many years on the board of overseers of the University Museum.
Gloria Snyder OReilly Ed47 GEd48, Wappingers Falls, N.Y., Mar. 11, 1993.
Kenneth Whitney GEd47, Abington, Pa., Dec. 5, 1999.
Col. Dora M. Coover Ed48, San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 23.
William A. Grant W48, Las Vegas, an attorney.
Lounsbury CW48, Keene, N.H., June 23, 1998. She had worked
Dr. David R. Patrick GM48, Beaver, Pa., Nov. 29, 1992.
Joseph M. Risi C48, Broomall, Pa., Sept. 15.
Harold R. Rowe Ed48 GEd49, Kailua, Hawaii, Apr. 10, 1998.
Brenton H. Smith G48, Oxford, Ohio, 2000.
Dr. Benjamin Van Acker III D48, Rensselaer, N.Y., a dentist who had maintained a practice there for many years; Dec. 28.
Dr. Edmund R. Biddle CCC49 Gr65, Bryn Mawr, Pa., retired professor of English and American literature at Widener University; Dec. 31. He was a published poet.
Kenneth O. Blair Ar49, Langhorne, Pa.
William J. Citti WG49, Westport, Conn., December.
John H. DeWitt WEv49, Blue Bell, Pa., retired owner of the Royersford Spring Co., which manufactured heavy-duty vehicle springs, and Stevenson Bros., a Philadelphia maker of custom waxes and oils; Jan. 29.
John F. Dickey W49, Columbus, Ohio.
Howard J. McKinney W49, Ambler, Pa., retired accountant for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Synod of the Lutheran Church of America; Jan. 27.
Dr. Robert W. Rhoads Gr49, Chambersburg, Pa., emeritus professor of history at the old Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science; Apr. 7, 2000.
Paul N. Baker Jr. GEd50, Indianapolis, retired owner of Baker Business Products; Dec. 23.
James W. Fixel CCC50, Highland Park, Mich., Nov. 22.
John F. MacDonald C50, Downingtown, Pa., a retired technical editor and writer for the old Burroughs Corp.; Jan. 16. He recently was an Internet trainer at the Springhouse Computer School in Chester County. He was on the rowing team at Penn.
Jeanette R. McDonnal GEd50, Seaford, Del., May 22, 2000.
Dr. Paul E. Maust M50, Butler, Pa., retired surgeon who had served as chief of staff at Butler Memorial Hospital; Jan. 21. He was a past president of the Butler Medical Society.
Frederick J. Burroughs WEv51, Absecon, N.J., Aug. 18.
Elda Weber Eldridge Nu51, Naples, Fla., Aug. 17.
Harold L. Grogin W51, Houston, Tex., Jan. 2.
Lloyd J. Parsons GEd51, Flourtown, Pa., retired assistant superintendent of the Hatboro-Horsham School District; Feb. 5.
Daniel Polin C51, Seattle, Jan. 3.
Jonas Stelmokas GAr51, Media, Pa., Nov. 23, 1998.
Eric W. Babcock WEv52, Venice, Fla., Sept. 12.
Dr. Ralph M. Brugger M52, Ames, Iowa, a physician who had practiced at the McFarland Clinic for 33 years; Aug. 9.
Louis E. DiCarlo W52, Audubon, Pa., Jan. 2.
Dr. Edward C. Schiebel D52, Elkin, N.C., a dentist; May 24, 1999.
Rev. Dr. Jan H. Busch G53, Villanova, Pa., professor of physical and general chemistry at Villanova University; Jan. 8. He had also taught at the Augustinian College in Bolivia and at the Universidad Cat█lica de Santo Tomas in Havana, until it was closed and confiscated by the Castro government in 1961 after the Bay of Pigs invasion.
Harold J. Niemeyer WEv53, West Chester, Pa., Nov. 27.
Donald Lackman WEv54, Merion, Pa., Oct. 12.
John Blood Jr. C55, Devon, Pa., retired vice president for information systems at SmithKline Beecham; Dec. 27. On the varsity track team at Penn, he ran marathons throughout his life.
Dr. Flozella R. Clark SW55, Baltimore, 1999.
Dr. Joseph A. Raffaele Gr55, Philadelphia, a retired labor-relations arbitrator and mediator; Dec. 20. For a time he was the mediator for the Philadelphia longshoremen. He taught at Drexel University.
Donald W. Sampson WG55, Glencoe, Ill., July 28.
Dr. William R. Peters G56, State College, Pa., retired professor of English at Kutztown University; Jan. 28.
Dr. Harold G. Herr D57, Ephrata, Pa., a dentist who had maintained a practice there for 42 years; Jan. 20. He was a past president of the Lancaster Dental Society and he had served on the board of Ephrata Community Hospital.
Mary L. Burk Nu58 GEd63, Prairie Village, Kans., an administrator at Truman Medical Center who helped establish the nursing program there; Jan. 20.
Michael A. Orlando III L58, Westmont, N.J., an attorney who had served as solicitor for Haddon Township; Dec. 26.
Dr. Bernard Sigel GM58, Philadelphia, retired dean and chair of surgery at the Medical College of Pennsylvania, known for his research on advanced applications of ultrasound; Dec. 26. His work led to the use of ultrasound to detect damaged leg veins and to clarify whether clogged neck arteries posed a stroke hazard. He also promoted the use of ultrasound as a pre-surgical technique to enable surgeons to pinpoint the exact location of the problem and determine how big to make the incision, and so minimizing the invasiveness of the operation.
Dr. Peter C. Pavitt C59, Savannah, Ga., a physician; Dec. 31, 1997.
William L. Boger C60 D64, Palm Coast, Fla., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Warren, Pa., for many years; Jan. 11.
Dr. Thomas R. Gorman Gr60, Evanston, Ill., Jan. 16, 2000.
Dr. Felice J. Santore GM60, Rosemont, Pa., a retired otolaryngologist who also was a member of the senior staff of Lankenau Hospital; Jan. 5. He was a former chief of staff at Fitzgerald Mercy Hospital in Darby and the old Misericordia Hospital in Philadelphia.
Silas Spengler L60, Middleton, Wisc., a retired New York lawyer; Jan. 31.
Dr. William R. Tenenbaum D60, Marblehead, Mass., a dentist; Dec. 17.
James T. Cobb C61 WG62, Charlotte, N.C.
Michael A. Conviser W61, Aspen, Colo., June 11, 2000. A businessman, he started a local savings and loan. He was president of the Aspen Country Day School.
Lawrence B. Harding W61, Rockport, Mass., vice president for human resources at Visualization Technology, Inc.; Dec. 2.
Dr. Granville R. Lewis GD61, Camden, N.J., a dentist who had maintained a practice there from 1959 till he retired in 1994; Jan. 20. He had taught at Penns School of Dental Medicine. He had served on the board of the Camden County College, where he also had taught.
Jessie M. Mastrolembo SW61, Philadelphia, Oct. 2.
Lois E. Schoppee GEd61, Walpole, Mass., November.
Mary L. Smith Tragus Nu62 GNu70, Dallas, Tex., director of childrens health exhibits at the Science Place; Dec. 22. She had earlier taught nursing at Texas Womens University.
Dr. Donald T. Runk D63, Coatesville, Pa., a dentist who had maintained a practice in Parkesburg for 37 years; Jan. 15. He had served on the dental staff of Brandywine Hospital.
Mary Townsend Hamill G64, Princeton, N.J.
Dr. Andrew D. Kranik C64, Elizabeth, Pa., a retired orthopedic surgeon at Monongahela Valley Hospital; Dec. 13.
Theodore J. Strein GEd64, Montoursville, Pa., retired head of mathematics at Williamsport High School; Jan. 12.
Richard T. Falise WEv65, Cape May, N.J., retired general manager for Daniels Cadillac-BMW in Allentown, Pa.; Jan. 8.
James P. Vicente C65, Turnersville, N.J., October.
Edwin B. Iwanicki G66, Philadelphia, Apr. 7, 1994.
Charles A. Behrens WG67, Harrison, Maine, a management consultant; Jan. 5.
Dr. Robert W. Brown V67, Gainesville, Fla., a veterinarian; Nov. 3.
John G. Cheney Jr. WG67, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., retired co-founder of Midas Computing Service in Buffalo, N.Y.; Dec. 25.
Jonah A. Kleinstein SW67, Bernardsville, N.J., June 17, 1999.
Blair W. MacDermid GEE67, Fort Wayne, Ind., Aug. 16.
O. Anderson Petty III WG68, Princeton, N.J., head of Petty Communications, a management consultancy; Jan. 3.
Naomi Teitelman Sutton SW68, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., October.
William A. Burck III L69, New York, a U.S. commercial attach╚ to Venezuela and the Dominican Republic; Dec. 30. He had been an attorney with the Manhattan law firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett, and with Motorola and the Data General Corp.
Dr. A. Katherine Blikslager Fischer Gr70, Newtown, Pa., retired professor of German at Bucks County Community College; Jan. 17.
Rev. Dr. Sherman S. Roddy Gr71, Granite, Md., retired minister of the Presbyterian Church there; Jan. 23. He had taught at Penn and had served as academic dean at Daniel Webster College in Nashua, N.H.
Kenneth I. Schonwalter C72, Short Hills, N.J., May 19, 1999.
Ruth I. Wheeler WEv72 WEv76, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Aug. 1, 1999.
Dolores M. Driscoll PT73, Falls Church, Va., July 17, 1999.
Dr. Hugh B. Davies Gr75, London, Oct. 11. He taught in the Department of Economics at Birkbeck University of London.
Rev. Gweneth L. Hazelton CW75 G75, Falls Village, Conn., a pastor with the United Church of Christ; Jan. 5.
Anthony M. Ramaviglia WEv75, Fairless Hills, Pa., Feb. 20, 2000.
Dr. Robert Stanek GM77, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., a retired otolaryngologist who had served on the staffs of Frankford and Holy Redeemer Hospitals; Dec. 31. He had served on the staff of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
Swan Liong Oey EAS/W82, Wayne. Pa., chief financial officer of The Community Builders, Inc., a nonprofit in Boston that focuses on comprehensive neighborhood revitalization by creating decent affordable housing; Jan. 2. He joined in 1987 as project manager, then served as manager of housing development and then as director of finance. He was responsible for dramatically expanding the organizations finance activity over recent years, including creation of three tax-credit equity funds bringing in over $100 million of capital investments. He had earlier worked in this country and the Netherlands for the Badger Company, an international engineering construction firm, in Japan for Nomura Securities, in Indonesia for PricewaterhouseCoopers and in Sweden for Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken. He had founded a microcomputer-software company and once served as business and advertising manager of a bilingual Chinese-American newspaper. Swan Liong Oey was also treasurer of Boston Senior Home Care, a member of LEAD Boston, co-founder and trustee of the Academy of the Pacific Rim Charter School in Boston, and a member of the Harvard Business School Non-Profit and Public Management Club Advisory Board.
Douglas W. Caterfino W83, Short Hills, N.J., a managing director at Goldman Sachs in New York; Feb. 2.
Frank Mullen GCP84, Glasgow, area operations manager for the Scottish Tourist Board; 2000.
Leonard V. Price WEv85, Wyndmoor, Pa., Aug. 5, 1997.
Jeffrey W. Berger GEng87 Gr91 M92, Cherry Hill, N.J., an assistant
professor of ophthalmology at the University and a fellow in vitreoretinal
diseases at the Scheie Eye Institute; Jan. 25. He joined Scheie in 1996,
he founded and directed the Computer Vision Laboratory and served as principal
investigator of an age-related macular-degeneration complications trial.
In addition to maintaining a large clinical practice and serving as chief
of the retina service at the Philadelphia VA Medical Center, he was involved
in collaborative research with investigators throughout the world. His
extensive bibliography included peer-reviewed publications in the ophthalmic
as well as the engineering literature; he was also an expert on laser-tissue
interactions as well as optical imaging. Among his more important recent
publications was his principal editorship of the textbook, Age-
Patricia Pullman CGS89, Tucson, Ariz., Oct. 12, 1998.
Dr. Jeffrey W. Berger. See Class of 1987.
Dr. Granville R. Lewis. See Class of 1961.
Margaret Little McComas. See Class of 1940.
Rev. Dr. Sherman S. Roddy. See Class of 1971.
Dr. Robert Stanek. See Class of 1977.
Dr. Louis Udell. See Class of 1932.
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