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Horace F. Smith Jr. C’09, Berwyn, Pa.

Dr. Max S. Nast C’14 M’20 GM’24, Devon, Pa.

John J. Pentz L’15, Penndel, Pa.

Charles A Kauffmann WEv’16, Philadelphia.

Dr. William R. Webb D’16, Flushing, N.Y.

Daniel W. Kearney W’17, Shamokin, Pa., April 4, 1976.

Harry W. Weihenmayer W’17, Stratford, N.J.

Dr. Earl A. Shrader ChE’17, York, Pa.

Alvin W. Sponagle W’18, Birdsboro, Pa., Dec. 6, 1997.

Thomas W. Pearce W’18, Wilmington, Del., April 10, 1992.

Harold Shevers W’19, New York.


Chester T. Fell W’20, Buffalo, N.Y., May 4, 1993.

Richard B. Vonmaur W’20, Davenport, Iowa, 1984.

Gerald K. Geerlings Ar’21, New Canaan, Conn., Jan. 25, 1998.

Esther E. Hampson Ed’21, Kennedyville, Md., Jan. 31, 1998.

Ralph M. Kahn W’21, Los Angeles, January 1995.

Douglass A. Lathrop C’21, Lock Haven, Pa., August 1986.

J. Harold Reuben W’21, Bronxville, N.Y.

Albert B. Strouse C’21, Philadelphia.

Harold B. Vanfossen C’21, Abington, Pa.

Maurice Gilbert W’22, Philadelphia.

Alfred Goldstein Ch’22, New York, Sept. 22, 1997.

Rev. James H. Griffin L’22, Staten Island, N.Y.

Fred H. Jeffers W’22, Camarillo, Calif., a retired attorney; Nov. 25.

Kenneth F. Miller EE’22, Schwenksville, Pa., May 13, 1999.

Warner S. Shelly ME’22, Clementon, N.J., retired CEO and chair of N.W. Ayer & Son, Inc., the advertising agency, when it was based in Philadelphia; Nov. 19. When head of the firm’s New York office, he handled the agency’s account with DeBeers Consolidated Mines Ltd., the diamond monopolists. The well-known slogan, “Diamonds are forever” stems from his time.

Mark J. Sullivan W’22, Washington, 1969.

Percy H. Wilson Jr. W’22, Nokomis, Fla., March 1994.

Edward R. Winkler Jr. CE’22, Baltimore, 1968.

Dr. Otto R. Brown GM’23, Amherst, Ohio, May 17, 1997.

Jean Hays Byrd DH’23, Columbus, Ohio, Jan. 20, 1998.

Mary Logan Fritz DH’23, Cody, Wyo.

Leslie Covert Hegarty EE’23, Coalport, Pa., June 2, 1968.

Paul S. Keiser G’23, State College, Pa.

Douglas L. McIntyre W’23, Harwich Port, Mass, June 6, 1994.

George R. Putt W’23, Newbury Park, Calif., April 1994.

Louis Sallet W’23, Los Angeles.

Dr. Oliver L. E. Soden D’23, Jamesburg, N.J., June 21, 1973.

Frank M. Travaline Jr. W’23 L’26, Woodbury Heights, N.J., a retired lawyer who had practiced in Camden for many years; Dec. 15. He was a New Jersey State Assemblyman in the 1930s. A musician, he played trumpet with the Winegar Orchestra in New York, the Howard Lanin Orchestra and the Meyer Davis Orchestra.

Dr. Harold H. Zeiders D’23, Mifflintown, Pa.

Maurice B. Aaron W’24, Jenkintown, Pa., Nov. 22, 1989.

Nathan Abelove W’24, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., August 1993.

Harry P. Becker W’24, Warminster, Pa., Sept. 23, 1994.

Harold Beker Ed’24, West Palm Beach, Fla., Oct. 8.

Murray W. Brownstein W’24, Lake Worth, Fla., Aug. 20, 1997.

Edward J. Datty WEv’24, Blue Bell, Pa., Dec. 18, 1996.

Frederic H. Emery G’24, Arlington Heights, Ill., 1995.

Samuel B. Forman WEv’24, Birmingham, Ala., former treasurer of the originally Philadelphia-based firm, Pep Boys/Manny, Moe and Jack; Jan. 2.

Stephen D. Green Jr. WEv’24, Fort Washington, Pa.

Paul R. Groves EE’24, Wayne, Pa., January 1995.

Nicholas T. Hagaly C’24 Pennsauken, N.J., 1980.

Morris Liebman W’24 WG’26, Voorhees, N.J., founder of the Camden accounting firm of Liebman, Hernandez & Bertolino; Jan. 14.

Sidney L. Riley EE’24, Salem, N.J., 1971.

Edna Davis Robinson CCT’24, Lansdowne, Pa., Feb. 13, 1998.

John C. Youngman W’24, Williamsport, Pa., a former district attorney who spearheaded efforts for a dike system to protect that city from flooding; Jan 20. He was a senior partner in the law firm of Candor, Youngman, Gibson & Gault.

Stephen M. Bennett W’25, Havertown, Pa., July 6, 1991.

Edith S. Dean CCT’25, Philadelphia, December 1981.

Dr. Robert H. Elrod GM’25, Berkey, Ohio, June 2, 1997.

Ruth Stephani Gyland Ed’25, Jacksonville Beach, Fla., Dec. 18.

Esther Myers Kappel WEF’25, Far Rockaway, N.Y., Dec. 26, 1994.

Robert D. Keith W’25, Seattle, Oct. 16, 1994.

Abraham M. Liebman C’25, Philadelphia.

Robert S. Marcus W’25, Bergenfield, N.J., Aug. 5, 1998.

Charles Polis W’25 L’28, New York, Feb. 19, 1997.

Elmer Teply C’25, New York.

Josephine Imerman Bloom Ed’26, Southfield, Mich., October.

Robert A. Bookmyer WEv’26, Boca Raton, Fla.

Grace Henning Fry Ed’26, Norristown, Pa., Aug. 10.

Frederick A. Gayer EE’26, Drexel Hill, Pa.

May E. Owen Ed’26, Santa Barbara, Calif., April 27, 1989.

Samuel R. Pasternak W’26, Potomac, Md.

Norman S. Stamm W’26, Jackson, Miss., Dec. 17, 1989.

Col. Romayne T. Uhler L’26, Charleston, S.C., Oct. 19, 1994.

Saul B. Ades W’27, Sarasota, Fla., May 31, 1998.

Mollie R. Anton Ed’27 G’40, Media, Pa.

James S. Caterson W’27, Absecon, N.J., Aug. 8, 1997.

Henry R. Fisher W’27, Wyncote, Pa., May 1997.

Leo E. Friedman W’27, Schenectady, N.Y.

S. Irvin Friedman W’27, Miami Beach, Fla.

Jacob Heffler WEv’27, Philadelphia, Dec. 4, 1996.

Rachel Judd Ed’27, Philadelphia.

Douglas R. Kimlin W’27, Charlotte, N.C., 1993.

Margaret M. Lawless Ed’27, Wilmington, Del., 1989.

Charles H. Lieb W’27, Easton, Conn.

Richard E. McBride W’27, Albuquerque, N.M., 1986.

Frances Karnell McClay Ed’27, Fort Myers, Fla.

Hugo R. Norman W’27, Oakland, Maine, Sept. 2, 1998.

John J. O’Connor Jr. W’27, Merion, Pa., Jan. 28, 1989.

Samuel I. Payes C’27, Wyncote, Pa., June 2, 1998.

Dr. A. Meyer Schneider C’27 D’28, Philadelphia, May 13, 1996.

Luther W. Shadle WEv’27, Maple Glen, Pa.

James E. Turney W’27, Columbia, Md., Jan. 27, 1994.

Sidney W. Bock W’28, Buffalo, N.Y., Feb. 22, 1994.

Judson C. Briggs WEv’28, Pocono Pines, Pa.

Esther Chasan Chasin Ed’28, Maple Shade, N.J., March 13, 1997.

Frederick H. Clark W’28, Largo, Fla.

Russell A. Davis WEv’28, Richboro, Pa.

Frederick J. Eck WEF’28, Shavertown, Pa., June 18, 1997.

Louis B. Goldberg C’28 L’31, Fort Lauderdale, Nov. 29.

Mary G. Grim DH’28, Reading, Pa.

Marcus Higginbotham III W’28, Orlando, Fla.

Frances Svoboda Marks Ed’28, Estes Park, Colo., December 1995.

Vernon J. Meador W’28, Richmond, Va., March 15, 1995.

Richard S. Palmer EE’28, Alamo, Calif., 1996.

Charles J. Phillips W’28, Brookfield, Conn.

Joseph E. Podgor W’28, Boca Raton, Fla., the originator of the integrated circuit; Nov. 2. He founded Joseph E. Podgor Co. Inc., a Philadelphia manufacturer and supplier to the screen-process printing industry. He also established the arts-supplies and display-goods business, Podgor Christmas Store: visiting it on Market Street was considered as much a part of the winter holidays in Philadelphia as going to the old Wanamaker’s.

Norman L. Sterling W’28, Pittsburgh, March 22, 1998.

Joseph H. Troutman WEv’28, Valley Forge, Pa.

Ephraim F. Weisman C’28, Maplewood, N.J., C’28, Jan. 15, 1998.

J. Wellford White W’28, Manakin Sabot, Va., Nov. 20, 1996.

Dr. Guy H. Wight D’28, Bellevue, Wash.

Margaret E. Aikins Ed’29, Reading, Pa., June 10, 1987.

Edward H. Baut WEF’29, Pine Brook, N.J., Oct. 22, 1996.

Myretta F. Brinker Ed’29, Jenkintown, Pa., Sept. 30, 1997.

Dr. Alfred S. Butz Jr. C’29 M’32, Wynnewood, Pa., June 9, 1996.

Robert H. Craft W’29, Carefree, Ariz., a retired international investment banker; Dec. 26. He was a president of the Paribas Corporation and of Chase Manhattan Bank’s overseas subsidiary. In 1956-57, he served as president of the Investment Bankers Association, and as a consultant to the World Bank.

W. Lawrence Griffiths W’29, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Feb. 15, 1999.

Mary I. Hill WEv’29, Rydal, Pa.

Bror O. Hultgren Jr. W’29, Sequim, Wash., Oct. 25.

Augusta Weiss Kosel Ed’29, West Chester, Pa.

Myrtle Bell Moran DH’29, Pittsburgh.

Helen Logan Palmer Ed’29 G’34, Alamo, Calif.

Catherine Staples Quillen OT’29, Blue Bell, Pa., July 7, 1996.

William H. Schaeffer ChE’29, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., March 16, 1998.

Frank J. Strassner Jr. C’29 L’32, Wawa, Pa., a partner in the law firm of Kirchner and Strassner, who later maintained a private practice; January.

Dr. Thaddeus Weglarski C’29 D’31, Ocean City, N.J.

Raymond L. Woodburn W’29, Dunedin, Fla.

Katherine McCabe Yerger Ed’29, Conshohocken, Pa.

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Edna Kilpatrick Barger DH’30, York, Pa., Sept. 26, 1996.

Dr. George W. Beacher Jr. C’30, Lancaster, Pa.

Mayer Brandschain C’30, Philadelphia, Aug. 27, 1997.

Sylvan Brown WEv’30, Lafayette Hill, Pa., Jan. 5, 1997.

Clara Bay Bryant Ed’30 PSW’38, North Wildwood, N.J., Dec. 20.

Helen H. Dublino DH’30, Greensburg, Pa.

Lester Friedman WEF’30, St. Louis, October 1996.

Harry P. Hermance Jr. WG’30, Shelburne, Vt., Nov. 19, 1996.

Oscar Kind W’30, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.

Alexander C. McClelland C’30, Philadelphia, April 15, 1987.

James D. McHugh L’30, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., Sept. 18, 1995.

Dr. Vincent J. Murray C’30, Hampton Bays, N.Y.

John Oriente Ar’30, Havertown, Pa., Jan. 8, 1996.

Edward R. Pursell W’30, Hope, Mich., Sept. 17, 1996.

Douglass H. Sampson W’30, Cornwall, Pa.

Samuel Segal WEv’30, Warminster, Pa.

Daniel J. Taylor WEv’30, Devon, Pa., Dec. 4.

Morris B. Wolk W’30, Rutland, Vt.

Dr. Edith D. Bancroft B’31, Bryn Athyn, Pa.

John A. Brummer W’31, Bridgehampton, N.Y., March 31, 1997.

James A. Carmint WEv’31, Lafayette Hill, Pa., December 1997.

Dr. Adolph I. Chertock C’31 D’34, Campbell Hall, N.Y.

Roger Conant C’31, Philadelphia, Dec. 10, 1997.

Elizabeth D. Confer Ed’31 G’35, Philadelphia, August 1997.

Hon. Joshua V. Davidow C’31, Boca Raton, Fla., a retired judge who had served as a prosecutor in Allied war-crimes trials in Japan after World War II; Sept. 9.

Virginia Shay Ewer Ed’31, Lansdale, Pa., retired vice president of the old Colonial Craftsmen Pewter Workshop in Cape May, N.J., which made pewter dollhouse miniatures; Jan. 7. She had earlier taught at the Audenried Junior High School in Philadelphia. At Penn she received a varsity letter for swimming. She was the first chair of the women’s division of Penn’s Annual Giving Campaign. Her love of the University was evident even in the last hours of her life: as she lay dying, her granddaughters gathered at her bedside and sang “Hurrah, Hurrah Pennsylvania!”; and she hummed along with them, said her daughter, Virginia Maine Shuman CW’65.

Edward S. Filbert L’31, Newville, Pa., April 20, 1998.

Richard W. Foster C’31, Wayne, Pa., a renowned antiquarian medical bookseller, known for his knowledge of American medical publishing from the Colonial period to the present; Jan. 7. He had owned the Rittenhouse Medical Book Store in Philadelphia.

Dr. Oscar J. Hurok G’31, Santa Monica, Calif.

David H. Kendig W’31, Akron, Ohio.

Dr. Irving Klompus C’31, San Francisco, Dec. 28, 1996.

Dr. Paul J. Nolan C’31 D’33, Auburn, N.Y.

Dr. Isadore Pachtman GM’31, Pittsburgh.

G. Burton Pearson Jr. L’31, Montchanin, Del., a retired senior vice president of the Wilmington Trust Co.; Dec. 7. He was a trustee of the University of Delaware.

Franklin W. Powers W’31, Glenside, Pa., Dec. 10, 1997.

Arnold Reuben Jr. W’31, Harrison, N.Y.

Arthur E. Schaeffer GEd’31, Topton, Pa., a retired principal in the Fleetwood School District; Dec. 23.

S. Sidney Stern W’31, Doylestown, Pa.

Frederick W. Stoffler W’31, Pottsville, Pa., Nov. 23, 1997.

Dr. Morton S. Swartz C’31, Petersburg, Ill., 1966.

Charles J. Webb WEv’31, Wilmington, Del., May 28, 1998.

Dorothy Dedrick Zink Ed’31, Gibbstown, N.J., Dec. 3, 1996.

Lester Alweis W’32, Billings, Mont., Oct. 27.

Florence E. Bitler WEv’32, Spring House, Pa., Nov. 20, 1997.

H. Reginald Belden W’32, Greensburg, Pa., March 27, 1993.

Margaret Williams Bitting DH’32, Lost Creek, Pa., Jan. 27, 1998.

Clifford L. Bleeth C’32, New London, Conn.

Evelyn Demaris Borden B’32, Hemet, Calif., March 3, 1976.

George E. Carney W’32, Wethersfield, Conn., Aug. 2, 1997.

Margaret Fleming Coltart Ed’32, San Mateo, Calif., Oct. 3.

Morris Ecker WEF’32, Scranton, Pa., 1997.

Dr. Hugh Norman Emerson WG’32 Gr’46, Orange, Conn., former dean of the School of Business of the University of New Haven; Nov. 8. He retired from the old Atlantic Refining Co. after 25 years as a manager in its transportation department. He had taught economics at Penn and at Temple University.

Harrison V. Ferris W’32, Poland, Ohio, Dec. 25, 1996.

Sue Hurt Gibbs OT’32, Richmond, Va.

Henry H. Gibson WEF’32, Reading, Pa.

Geraldine Eirich Gill Ed’32, Melrose, Mass., 1995.

Joseph J. Jaffe G’32, Pacific Palisades, Calif.

William S. Kehl G’32 GEd’59, Elizabethtown, Pa.

Dr. C. Clifton Kerns Gr’32, Exmore, Va., April 12, 1997.

Marjorie E. King Ed’32 G’33, Warminster, Pa., Dec. 29, 1997.

Arthur J. Livingstone W’32, Havertown, Pa.

Grace Faaet Lockard Ed’32 G’34, Chalfont, Pa., Feb. 23, 1998.

Richard R. Lovett Jr. C’32, Longport, N.J., Sept. 21, 1988.

E. Bayly Orem W’32, Cambridge, Md., June 20, 1997.

Dr. Horatio P. Rini D’32, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Marvin S. Shadel FA’32, Alexandria, Va., May 19, 1998.

Dr. Sydney Shapin GM’32, New Rochelle, N.Y.

Howard H. Sheppard EE’32 GEE’33, Blue Bell, Pa., retired senior vice president of Rumsey Electrical Co.; Nov. 7. After retiring from there in 1976, he established his own firm, Relay Associates Inc., which manufactured electrical relays. For many years he served as chair of the advisory board of The Pennsylvania Gazette, on the executive committee of the old General Alumni Society of the University and on the board of the Engineering Alumni Society. He received the Alumni Award of Merit in 1967.

Walter M. Vansciver L’32, Broomall, Pa., June 25, 1995.

Dr. Albert L. Zola D’32, New York.

Dr. Albert J. Abbott M’33, Nanticoke, Pa., June 1996.

Dr. Eva Aronfreed FA’33 G’47 Gr’58, Philadelphia, Nov. 2.

James W. Bates WG’33, Bellevue, Wash., March 8, 1996.

Marie De W. Breneman Ed’33 G’35, Rydal, Pa.

Dr. Enoch B. Brick GM’33, Wasau, Wis., 1997.

Florence Schlein Finkel Ed’33, Newtown Square, Pa., the first woman admitted to take courses in the Wharton School; Dec. 14. She had taught at the Philadelphia School of Office Training and the Joseph Pennell School.

Harvey A. Glaser WEv’33, Winchester, Mass., Aug. 20, 1985.

Jane Link Hady G’33, Riverhead, N.Y., March 13, 1996.

Dr. Philip H. Heersema M’33, San Rafael, Calif., clinical professor emeritus of neurology and psychiatry at Stanford University; Nov. 15.

Stanley I. Jacobs W’33, Chesterfield, Mo., March 2, 1998.

Samuel Levitsky L’33, Philadelphia.

Beatrice Novack Lundy Ed’33, Honeybrook, Pa., June 16, 1999.

Edward W. Meeker G’33, New York.

Margaret Stief Moffatt G’33, Rydal, Pa.

Joseph H. Reason G’33, Tallahassee, Fla.

Joseph F. Roarty WEF’33, Potomac, Md., May 22, 1997.

Rev. J. Frank Ryder C’33, Poland, N.Y., Jan. 25, 1998.

Charles Saseen C’33, Atlantic City, N.J.

H. Wheeler Silliman Jr. W’33, Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 22, 1998.

Leonard N. Temko W’33, San Diego, a retired businessman who, when stationed in London and then Paris with the Signal Corps of the U.S. Army during World War II, transmitted official communiques to and from Washington; Jan. 1. He kept the actual teletype messages that announced the Allied invasion of Normandy and the surrender of Germany. Transferred in late 1944 to Paris, he supervised a staff of 32 while overseeing worldwide press operations for the Allied armies.

Malcolm H. Weiss W’33, Beverly Hills, Calif., Nov. 30.

Ruth Stone Baehr Ed’34, Cochranville, Pa., Oct. 5, 1997.

Ralph W. Barthold L’34, Bethlehem, Pa., October 1987.

Abraham M. Beitler L’34, Philadelphia, July 10, 1990.

Paul V. Betterly WEF’34 W’39, South Venice, Fla., Oct. 31. He had retired from National Medical Services in Willow Grove, Pa.

Dr. Lawrence E. Brown GM’34, Yountville, Calif.

Edgar C. Brubaker WEF’34, Englewood, Ohio, July 28, 1999.

William Burke WEv’34, Cinnaminson, N.J.

Dr. Joseph B. Cady M’34, Blairstown, N.J., retired chief of cardiology at the Guthrie Clinic and Robert Packer Hospital; Sept. 18.

Paul C. Ehrhart G’34, Millersville, Pa., June 1977.

Paul Fischer GCE’34, Birmingham, Ala.

Joseph A. Helsman W’34, Mechanicsburg, Pa., Dec. 5, 1997.

Antoinette Shimkus Hendershot Ed’34, Beverly, Mass., Aug. 11, 1999.

Dr. John M. Hill W’34, Boston, Aug. 30, 1997.

David Levy W’34 WG’35, Pacific Palisades, Calif., a television producer and former NBC executive who created The Addams Family sitcom which ran on ABC, 1964-66; Jan 25. Before joining NBC, he served as vice president of the television department of the advertising agency of Young & Rubicam. He was also instrumental in the airing of the series, Dr. Kildare, Bonanza, and of the Movie of the Week.

Ray E. Newton W’34, Rocky Hill, Conn.

Walter S. Palmer WG’34, Rockport, Mass., a retired salesman with Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.; Nov. 18.

Henry S. Redmile WEv’34, Medford, N.J.

Hardie Scott L’34, Edgmont, Pa., retired associate counsel with the Philadelphia law firm of Dechert Price & Rhoads, who as a Philadelphia congressman (1947-53) was instrumental in getting Independence Hall designated a national landmark and park; Nov. 2. He had also served as assistant Philadelphia city solicitor.

Dr. Robert R. Shomer V’34, Mahwah, N.J., a retired veterinarian in private practice; October.

Sophia S. Sorkin Ed’34, Philadelphia.

Lt. Col. E. Vernon Sparks W’34, Stratford, Conn., June 1999.

Dr. Taft A. Antoun GM’35, Holden, Mass., Dec. 24, 1996.

Dr. Howard W. Ash M’35, Springfield, Va., March 1995.

Leonard J. Bardsley ME’35, Wilmington, Del., Dec. 29, 1997.

Esther Brown Ed’35, Whiting, N.J.

Lawrence Boyce WEv’35, Watertown, Conn., Jan. 1, 1995.

Frank R. Buchanan Jr. W’35, Absecon, N.J., April 30, 1997.

Dr. Curtis Hellriegel GM’35, Buffalo, N.Y., July 22, 1994.

Dr. Joseph Lee Hollander M’35 GM’39, Media, Pa.

Charles E. MacInnes W’35, Soldotna, Ark.

David M. Medoff WEv’35, Tucson, Ariz., Oct. 14, 1996.

Ruth M. Reider DH’35, Dallastown, Pa.

Dr. Guy V. Rice Jr. GM’35, Atlanta.

Mabel Rippel Ed’35 G’37, Monrovia, Calif., Aug. 30, 1996.

Ethel Rochlis Ed’35, Philadelphia.

Jerome H. Ross ME’35, Hewlett, N.Y., Oct. 17, 1995.

Alice Holmes Smolens CW’35, Summit, N.J., Oct. 23, 1997.

Dr. Henry R. Tatem GM’35, Audubon, N.J.

Charles Woolston Tomlinson Jr. C’35, Boca Raton, Fla., Oct. 16. He had worked for the old Sears Roebuck Co.

Joseph C. Toner WEv’35, Philadelphia, August 1997.

Ruth Weisbard Ed’35, New York.

William M. Young WEF’35, Bronx, N.Y.

Pauline F. Adelman Ed’36, Chevy Chase, Md., Oct. 18.

Daniel Bernstein W’36, Lake Worth, Fla., a retired furniture-manufacturer representative; Nov. 4.

Dr. Donald W. Brooks D’36, San Diego.

Virginia S. Calder Ed’36, Williamsport, Pa.

Dr. Frank D. Conole GM’36, Binghamton, N.Y., Jan. 13, 1995.

Dr. C. Daniel Coppes GM’36, Kennett Square, Pa., a retired obstetrician and gynecologist; Nov. 29. He practiced at Roxborough Memorial Hospital for nearly 34 years.

Dr. John Anthony DePasquale M’36, Matinacock, N.Y., a retired physician; Nov. 23. He had received the Silver Oak Leaf and the Purple Heart for surgeries he performed during World War II.

Dr. Nicholas H. Formica D’36, Daytona Beach, Fla., Nov. 12, 1998.

Henry Martin Graham PSW’36, Zionsville, Ind., December 1997.

Dr. Samuel P. Hicks C’36 M’40, Ann Arbor, Mich.

John S. Hollister W’36 G’42, Newtown, Pa.

Eleanor Hibshman Kerr Ed’36, Port Richey, Fla., Jan. 26, 1996.

Dr. Edward T. Knowles GM’36, Redding, Calif., Oct. 31, 1998.

Dr. Gifford M. Lloyd D’36, Pittsfield, Mass.

Dr. Allan A. Macrae Gr’36, Quarryville, Pa.

Dr. Thomas I. Metzgar GM’36, Stroudsburg, Pa.

Hon. Jerome A. O’Neill L’36, Philadelphia, a former judge of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas, 1965-79; Jan. 19. He retired to senior judge status on the Philadelphia Family Court, retiring from that position in 1991.

Dr. Michael T. Panzone D’36, Utica, N.Y.

W. Frederick Petry W’36, Stone Harbor, N.J., Jan. 8, 1998.

James E. Price ChE’36, King of Prussia, Pa., Dec. 7, 1998.

Claire Williams Sharfman PSW’36, Kennett Square, Pa., Oct. 16, 1996.

Hule A. Smith W’36, Woodland, Calif.

Dr. William S. Sterner Ed’36 GEd’38, Canton, Ohio, April 4, 1997.

Arthur S. Wulach W’36, West Orange, N.J., Dec. 5, 1996.

Col. James W. Brown L’37, Wilmington, Del., Aug. 21, 1995.

Dr. Eugene J. Capener GM’37, Salt Lake City, Feb. 20, 1995.

Courtney T. Close WEF’37, Elmhurst, Pa.

Dr. Sidney Cohen ChE’37 G’38 Gr’42, New York, April 9, 1999.

Francis M. Cresson Jr. G’37, Summit, N.J., Feb. 16, 1994.

Guy G. Dellacioppa W’37, Studio City, Calif., Jan. 17.

Ellen Pray Maytag Madsen CCC’37, Melbourne, Iowa.

Dr. Franz S. Matheis D’37, Northvale, N.J.

Elizabeth Beers Miller GEd’37, Elizabethtown, Pa., a retired high-school librarian; Dec. 6, 1997.

John W. Newton WEF’37, Sacramento, March 15, 1997.

Hamilton Page L’37, Gladwyne, Pa., a retired lawyer with the U.S. Department of Defense and the Environmental Protection Agency; Nov. 11.

Dr. Isadore Charles Sharon GM’37, Cincinnati, Dec. 23, 1995.

John E. Welsh W’37, Vincennes, Ind., February 1996.

Marahlea Baumann Abrams FA’38, Floral Park, N.Y., October 1996.

Dr. Clarence H. Albaugh GM’38, Los Angeles.

E. Dorothy M. Becker Ed’38, Reading, Pa., 1991.

Ruth Spencer Blatz DH’38, North Port, Fla.

Dr. E. Eugene Cleaver M’38, Haven Beach, N.J., a retired family physician; Dec. 11.

Joseph H. Diehl GEd’38, Jenkintown, Pa.

William M. Dugdale W’38, Baltimore, retired vice chair and account manager with VanSant Dugdale & Co. Inc.; Oct. 28.

George M. Eddy II W’38, Northborough, Mass., March 27, 1997.

Robert L. Ferst W’38, Sarasota, Fla., a retired Philadelphia accountant; Dec. 17. He served on the board of the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.

Julian Goodman W’38 L’42, Pennsauken, N.J.

Dr. Frank J. Kelley GM’38, Clinton Township, Mich., March 13, 1991.

Dr. Douglass C. Lance M’38, Corona Del Mar, Calif.

B. Harry Lazarus WEv’38, Youngstown, Ohio, March 9, 1998.

Mary Gimber Leitch PSW’38, Ambler, Pa.

Dr. Willard Lichtenstein C’38, Cheltenham, Pa.

Sara Lisker FA’38, Philadelphia, a graphic artist whose medium was dyed fabrics; Nov. 12. She also painted in oils.

George K. Lynch C’38, Seattle, a retired regional manager of The Hopp Press, a New York plastics firm; Oct. 1.

John J. McCarty Jr. WEv’38, Vincentown, N.J., Dec. 18, 1994.

Casimar J. Ostrowski W’38, Paris, Texas, May 31, 1997.

Raymond Page Jr. W’38, Gladwyne, Pa., a retired vice president of corporate relations for the Campbell Soup Co.; Nov. 16. He also had served as president of the company’s charitable arm, the Campbell Soup Fund.

Gladys Nissen Pleasanton DH’38, Bethany Beach, Del., Sept. 28.

Dr. John W. Steele C’38 D’42, Glendora, Calif., July 20, 1996.

Pauline F. Wright G’38, Gwynedd, Pa.

John F. Austin C’39, Paradise Valley, Ariz., April 29, 1998.

Dr. Paul R. Brown C’39 D’42, Stuart, Fla., a retired dentist; Dec. 26.

William W. Crosby WG’39, Riverside, R.I.

Dr. Richard W. Cross D’39, Sarasota, Fla.

Dr. Eliz James Dotterer M’39, Sanford, N.C., July 4, 1997.

Mary Martin Drew Ed’39, Wilmington, Del., Nov. 15, 1996.

Dr. Louis-Paul Dugal Gr’39, St. Nicolas, Quebec, retired chair of biology at the University of Ottawa, who during World War II, helped develop the G-suit, which prevents pilots from blacking out during high-speed maneuvers and is still worn by jet pilots and astronauts; Jan. 7. He was also known for his studies on the health benefits of vitamin C.

Dr. James R. Farish C’39 M’43, Sechelt, British Columbia.

Dr. William P. Freeborn C’39 M’42 GM’46, Harleysville, Pa.

Dr. Robert P. Juni V’39, Stone Harbor, N.J., Nov. 24.

J. Bernard Kay WEv’39, Pompano Beach, Fla.

Charles C. Krause ChE’39, Coppell, Texas, Feb. 13, 1996.

Gordon H. Lee ME’39 GME’41, Philadelphia, May 19, 1987.

James S. Massey C’39, Philadelphia, July 24, 1997.

Philip J. Meier WG’39, River Hills, Wis., April 15, 1997.

Thomas H. Michell Jr. W’39, West Linn, Ore., April 27, 1998.

Ann Wanner Peck DH’39, Palm Harbor, Fla., Sept. 24.

Dr. J. Henry Ricker V’39, Reading, Pa., a retired small-animal veterinarian and former meat inspector; Aug. 31.

Dr. Leon J. Sacks GM’39, Akron, Ohio, Aug. 13, 1993.

Dr. Philip H. Seefeld M’39, Mesa, Ariz., Dec. 10.

Charles S. Smith W’39, Richmond, Va., Dec. 14.

Dr. David Stamm C’39 D’42, Lynbrook, N.Y.

James C. W. Tawes Jr. W’39, Buxton, N.C.

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Frank S. Abbott W’40, Columbus, N.C., Jan. 1.

Dr. Randolph C. Aurell GEd’40, Bristol, Conn., retired dean of students at Central Connecticut State University; Aug. 13, 1994.

Frances Pandel Barcy NEd’40, East Lansing, Mich.

Dr. Douglas F. Barkley GM’40, Austin, Texas, a retired otolaryngologist and ophthalmologist; Dec. 6.

James S. Bechtold Jr. WEv’40, Laguna Hills, Calif., March 25, 1997.

Bernard R. Benvignati ChE’40, Exton, Pa., June 10, 1998.

Dr. Isadore I. Cash GM’40, Milwaukee.

Kohlman K. Cohle WEF’40, Harrisburg, Pa., March 1998.

Richard M. Dicke L’40, Garden City, N.Y., a retired attorney with the New York firm of Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett who was prominent early in the field of utility law; Nov. 20, 1997.

Dr. James R. Drake GM’40, Applegate, Calif.

Martin Elfenbein W’40, Caldwell, N.J.

Edgar M. Gilbert ChE’40, West Brandywine, Pa., Sept. 3.

Dr. Anthony S. Giannotto C’40, South Orange, N.J., Sept. 17.

Charles W. Gluck W’40, Wilton, Conn., May 15, 1998.

Dr. William A. Griffith C’40 M’43, Arlington, Texas.

Dr. H. G. Hodo Jr. M’40, Fayette, Ala., Oct. 26, 1997.

William H. King W’40, Upper Darby, Pa.

Dr. Marvin D. Knoll GM’40, Northridge, Calif., Oct. 25, 1996.

George S. Langley W’40, Venice, Fla., March 7, 1998.

Harold E. Larson W’40, Greenfield, Wisc.

John B. McGurl L’40, Allentown, Pa.

Frank P. Meekins WEF’40, Earleville, Md., Nov. 6, 1998.

Max E. Moravec M’40, Greenville, S.C., Jan. 7.

Dr. Elisabeth R. Morgen D’40, New York.

Arthur E. Newbold III L’40, West Chester, Pa., Feb. 23, 1996.

Jack N. Newman W’40, Dalton, Pa., Nov. 18, 1997.

Abe M. Perloff L’40, Cherry Hill, N.J.

Dr. Philip B. Reed GM’40, Sarasota, Fla., March 13, 1997.

Dr. George W. Robertson III M’40, Key Largo, Fla., Oct. 5.

Samuel I. Rotner W’40, Lutherville, Md.

Bernard Sachs C’40, Philadelphia, 1996.

Mary Botwinick Silver PSW’40, Corning, N.Y., 1990.

Joseph R. Thomas ChE’40, Oreland, Pa., 1998.

Dr. Paul K. Whiteker G’40, Ceres, Calif., Oct. 30, 1996.

Dr. Harold J. Bayer GM’41, Largo, Fla., Dec. 27, 1997.

Mary Browne Bogotin DH’41, Newtown Square, Pa., Feb. 27, 1995.

Richard Boyajian WEv’41, Philadelphia.

Col. George D. Bunnell Jr. W’41, Lexington, Ky., a retired officer in the U.S. Army Reserves; Sept. 19.

Thomas Q. Ciccone ChE’41, Radnor, Pa., March 19, 1997.

Jacques Coe Jr. C’41, Hannacroix, N.Y., Jan. 1, 1997.

Marie L. Desgarennes Ed’41, Meadowbrook, Pa.

Robert M. Dougherty ChE’41, Plymouth, Mass., April 2, 1998.

James T. Downey Jr. W’41, Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan. 22, 1998.

Sheldon W. Farber C’41 L’44, Gilbertsville, Pa., a retired attorney; Aug. 12, 1998.

Richard G. Farrow PSW’41, Silver Spring, Md.

Dr. Maurice Fields D’41, Savannah, Ga., Dec. 9.

Dr. Merriam Gearhart GM’41, Bethany, Mo., July 17, 1991.

Dr. Donald Grillo GM’41, Granger, Ind., March 14, 1998.

Dr. Herman Kassel D’41, New York.

Lt. Cmdr. Milton L. Lewis G’41, Los Angeles.

Dr. Curt W. Lundquist GM’41, Blue Earth, Minn., Dec. 31, 1996.

Henry L. McGuckin WEv’41, Flourtown, Pa.

Gastone O. Nardi C’41, Drexel Hill, Pa., 1996.

M. Edward Northam GEd’41, Rydal, Pa., Nov. 1, 1997.

Czeslawa Ozga Ed’41 GEd’42, Philadelphia, Jan. 25, 1998.

Dr. George R. Peck Jr. C’41 D’43, Easton, Md., a retired dentist; Dec. 24.

George Puderbaugh ME’41, Manlius, N.Y., Jan. 5, 1999.

Catherine Donnelly Reagan CW’41, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., Dec. 20, 1997.

George P. Russell W’41, Pittsburgh.

George A. Sandbach WEv’41, Wilmington, Del., Feb. 8, 1998.

Dr. Frederic E. Sanford GM’41, Williamsport, Pa.

Thelma Miller Schimmel Ed’41 GEd’42, Los Angeles, July 2, 1996.

Charles W. Sigler Jr. PSW’41, Milford, Del.

Dr. Charles E. Stewart Jr. GM’41, Springville, Calif., December 1991.

Robert E. Wiener W’41, Roslyn, N.Y., Nov. 29, 1995.

William W. Wingate ChE’41, Lincoln University, Pa., Oct. 4, 1998.

Dr. John D. Young Jr. GM’41, Baltimore.

Dr. James F. Youngkin M’41 GM’62, Nescopeck, Pa., Feb. 12, 1997.

Dr. Genevra Ziegler-Driscoll M’41 GM’64, Hilton Head Island, S.C., retired chief of psychiatry for Eagleville Hospital; Dec. 8. In recent years she was director of education and training at the Center for Addiction Studies of the University and the Philadelphia Veterans’ Administration Medical Center (1987-92), serving as an assistant professor of psychiatry at the Medical School.

Dr. Arnold G. Blumberg G’42, Great Neck, N.Y., June 19, 1989.

Dr. F. Sterling Brown M’42, Linwood, N.J., April 18, 1999.

Edwin P. Bugbee Jr. W’42, Sarasota, Fla., a retired vice president of Burpee Seed Co.; Nov. 11. After retiring, he opened an advertising company with offices in New York, Philadelphia and Virginia.

Helen Brooks Chiodo OT’42, Melbourne Beach, Fla., June 30, 1995.

John S. Davis L’42, Pemberton, N.J., March 8, 1988.

Maria Luisa de Rivas CCC’42, Venice, Fla., retired vice president and secretary of H.L. Diehl Co. Inc. of South Windham, Conn., the manufacturer of outdoor equipment; Dec. 4.

John D. Dickmeyer W’42, Ft. Wayne, Ind., 1996.

Dr. Leslie L. Ellsworth Jr. V’42, Myerstown, Pa., a retired veterinarian with the U.S. Department of Agriculture; Jan. 11.

Jean Sherwin Fisher PSW’42, Farmington, Conn., Sept. 7, 1997.

Dr. Josiah E. Haynsworth GM’42, Lynchburg, Va., Sept. 13, 1994.

Ralph Don Jarvis G’42, Duxbury, Mass., 1990.

Dr. Hyman Lessin D’42, West Orange, N.J., Dec. 5.

Jack Lieberman W’42, Cheltenham, Pa., Dec. 1, 1995.

Dr. Everett G. McLaren D’42, Lynchburg, Va., Dec. 23, 1995.

Margaret H. Mellon CW’42, Philadelphia, October 1994.

Dr. John H. Morrow G’42 Gr’52, Fountain Valley, Calif., the first U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Guinea, who also served as the U.S. alternate delegate to the U.N. General Assembly and Permanent Representative to UNESCO in Paris; Jan. 11. After retiring from the foreign service, he taught Romance languages at Rutgers University until 1978.

William E. Murray C’42, Bethesda, Md., Jan. 14, 1999.

Dr. Leonard Nelson C’42, Toledo, Ohio, founding chair and emeritus professor of physiology at the Medical College of Ohio; Dec. 8.

Donald H. Newcomb W’42, Rochester, April 1993.

Dr. Alfred Osher D’42, Saco, Maine, March 21.

Dr. Lowell J. Peterson GM’42, Reno, Nev., Jan. 24, 1995.

Ruth E. Reinhold NEd’42, Lititz, Pa.

Lt. Col. W. Dulty Smith Jr. C’42, Gaithersburg, Md., May 1997.

Frederick H. Stamm Jr. WG’42, Marblehead, Ohio, 1989.

Robert W. Stemple PSW’42, Oakland, Md.

Thomas L. Strong GME’42, Gettysburg, Pa.

Arthur P. Underhill L’42, Canton, Ohio, July 1994.

Dr. Robert T. Walker GM’42, Brattleboro, Vt., Jan. 18, 1998.

Paul H. Weil GEd’42, St. Louis, Dec. 14.

Dr. George J. Wright Jr. M’42, Pittsburgh, retired chief of neurology at St. Francis Medical Center; Jan. 2. He also taught neurology at the University of Pittsburgh.

Warren F. Bogle W’43, Lyndhurst, N.J., owner of the Bogle Agency; Dec. 28.

Bruno L. Bonucci M’43, Star Junction, Pa., Nov. 10.

Virginia Burkhart CW’43, Norristown, Pa., Aug. 5, 1996.

Frazier Cheston C’43, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Jan 23.

S. Harrison Dogole C’43, Lake Worth, Fla., Dec. 13.

Dr. John M. Dick C’43 V’46, Hummelstown, Pa., a retired veterinarian in private practice; Oct. 22. He had also served as a chief in the Bureau of Animal Industry and the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

Lela Cecil Durand PSW’43, Jenkintown, Pa., Jan. 11, 1997.

Dr. E. Maurice Heller GM’43, Toronto, a cardiologist who was a pioneer in the use of exercise and diet in heart-disease prevention and treatment; Aug. 29, 1999. In 1964 he helped create Canada’s first exercise program for recovering heart-attack patients.

Robert G. Hostetter GEd’43, Millersville, Pa., Nov. 3.

Charles T. Kline Jr. W’43, Gladwyne, Pa., retired director of purchasing for the fiber and film division of the American Viscose Corp. after its merger with FMC; Jan. 4.

Dorothy Loomis Lambert CW’43, Fremont, Calif.

Dr. James W. Martin Jr. M’43, Conneaut Lake, Pa., Aug. 21.

Dr. Joseph L. McGahn M’43, Northfield, N.J., former New Jersey state senator and mayor of Absecon; Dec. 24.

Bro. James Nash G’43, Towson, Md.

Dr. William H. Pfeffer C’43 GM’55, Hanover, Pa.

Francis H. Reichart WEv’43, Philadelphia.

Dr. Edward H. Specht Gr’43, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., Aug. 18, 1998.

Dr. Howard E. Stine M’43 GM’51, Camp Hill, Pa., Nov. 17, 1998.

Helen Tracy Walbridge DH’43, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Oct. 7, 1997.

Dr. John Calvin Winter II M’43, Williamsport, Pa., a retired physician; Feb. 11, 1999.

Eunice N. Beane PSW’44, Baltimore.

Jean H. Carver CW’44, St. Simons Island, Ga., 1998.

Dr. Frederick W. Conner Gr’44, Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 31, 1995.

Dr. Margery Van N. Deming GM’44, Cheshire, Conn., Feb. 25, 1998.

Eugene J. Ianuzzi C’44, Altoona, Pa., Oct. 8, 1997.

Elaine J. Livingstone CW’44, Houston, June 2, 1997.

Dr. James H. McDuffie M’44, Flat Rock, N.C., May 5, 1985.

Dr. James M. Penny V’44, Glenolden, Pa., Dec. 18.

Natalie Randall CW’44, Philadelphia, a former aide to Philadelphia Mayor Richardson Dilworth; Dec. 8. She was a campaign worker for him when he was elected city treasurer in 1949. After he was elected mayor in 1955, she became his executive assistant, until he resigned in 1962 during his second term, when she became campaign coordinator for his unsuccessful run for Pennsylvania governor. In 1972 she started consulting, and served as a representative in Harrisburg for universities, nonprofit institutions and a consortium of museums until retiring in 1996.

Dr. Dale F. Roeck C’44, Ocean City, N.J., retired dean of the Temple University School of Dentistry; Nov. 9.

Helen Totten Smith PSW’44, Florence, Ala., April 15, 1990.

Anne G. Thayer CW’44 GEd’69, Devon, Pa., a special-education teacher at the Vanguard School; Feb. 8.

Dr. Frederick N. Waltzer C’44 M’49, Wyncote, Pa., a retired ophthalmologist at Abington Memorial Hospital; Jan. 24.

Dr. Eugene A. Winter D’44, Roslyn, N.Y.

Aaron A. Black C’45, Philadelphia.

Harold A. Brill ME’45, Cherry Hill, N.J., a retired mechanical engineer with RCA; Jan 21.

Rose Maser Clark Ed’45, Newark, Del., June 23, 1996.

Florence Dobyns Ed’45, Trenton, N.J., March 8, 1993.

C. Frank Estelle W’45, Weedsport, N.Y.

Robert M. Falls W’45, Wayne, Pa.

Samuel Gorell WG’45, Flushing, N.Y.

Dr. Ira J. Harrison C’45 D’48, Lakewood, N.J.

Mary Louise Lindsay WEv’45, Newtown Square, Pa., Dec. 18.

Dr. James T. Littlejohn M’45 Asheville, N.C., May 27, 1999.

Robert Parris Ed’45 GEd’46, Chevy Chase, Md., a professor of music composition and theory at George Washington University for more than 37 years; Dec. 5. He wrote a number of works, including the two Books of Imaginary Beings (for chamber ensemble) and Symphonic Variations, first performed in 1987 by the National Symphony. He was also an accomplished harpsichordist.

Thelma Faudie Polm DH’45, Richmond, Va.

Anne Monihan Sagerholm CW’45, Ocean City, N.J., Dec. 30, 1997.

Frank E. Seletz GEd’45, Media, Pa., Sept. 10, 1997.

Eleanor Stelzner Spohn Ed’45, Lancaster, Pa., a writer and lecturer who served on the staff of the Lutheran Church of America; Jan. 17.

Nathaniel Dickinson Stevens Jr. W’45, Scranton, Pa., 1988.

Dr. Robert S. Yost D’45, Reading, Pa.

W. Craig Armington W’46, Jamestown, R.I., a retired employee of the General Refractories Company in Bala Cynwyd, Pa.; Jan. 2.

Amelia G. Buchholtz OT’46, Corpus Christi, Texas, Sept. 10.

Dr. John J. Bunting GM’46, Bellaire, Texas.

Dr. William S. Deffinger GM’46, Marengo, Ohio, Dec. 6, 1997.

Dr. Charles J. Deishley GM’46, Columbus, Ohio, December 1981.

Dr. Howard A. Donald GM’46, Bethesda, Md.

John L. Esterhai L’46, Lansdale, Pa., retired director of government relations for Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co.; Nov. 21. He was a former chair of the trustees of Roxborough Memorial Hospital.

Dr. Sidney Friedfeld D’46, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1998.

Dorothy M. Gerhart Mu’46, Dover, Pa., Oct. 12.

Edwin E. Handler CCC’46, Springfield, Pa., Nov. 16.

Dorothy M. Hayes Ed’46 GEd’49, Piscataway, N.J., May 24, 1999.

Evelyn S. Hodson OT’46, Maitland, Fla.

George C. MacDonald W’46, Pottstown, Pa.

Dr. William F. Maley GM’46, Chicago.

Jane Harris Metzger Ed’46, Vero Beach, Fla., Oct. 4, 1997.

Dr. Daniel R. Moynihan Jr. D’46, Merion, Pa., a retired dentist; Feb. 3.

Dr. R. St.Clair Rumbaugh M’46, Meyersdale, Pa., Nov. 25.

Alfred J. Banks WEv’47, Wilmington, Del.

Joel R. Bennett II L’47, Glendale, Calif.

Dr. Joseph Bloom GM’47, Elkins Park, Pa.

Norman Civic W’47, Boca Raton, Fla., co-founder of Ruth Norman Designs; Nov. 30.

Harry J. Demarco WEv’47, Parkland, Fla., 1994.

John A. Desimone D’47, Pinehurst, N.C., September, 1989.

Florence M. Firth GEd’47, Philadelphia.

Marjorie Foulke PSW’47, Morton, Ill.

Blanche P. Gillespie DH’47, Wilmington, Del.

Stephen R. Gillespie W’47, Wynnewood, Pa., Jan. 7, 1998.

Douglas D. Goodheart W’47, Dallas, Aug. 24, 1998.

Shirley Clemson Graichen DH’47, Southern Pines, N.C., March 1997.

Herbert L. Grayson W’47, Westport, Conn., 1993.

Dr. John A. Hampsey GM’47, Bethlehem, Pa., March 25, 1995.

James M. Hersch W’47, Elmira, N.Y., Jan. 13, 1998.

Howard L. Hershock GEd’47, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Nov. 11, 1996.

Herbert H. Holderman L’47, Frackville, Pa.

William Horvitz W’47, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., head of Hollywood, Inc., a commercial and residential real estate firm; Dec. 8.

Charles J. Krasne W’47, New York, a representative of the Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company; Jan. 6.

Dr. Morris Lewis D’47, Orange, Conn.

Meyer Millman GEd’47, Rockville Centre, N.Y., Jan. 26, 1998.

Dr. Emmett V. Richardson GM’47, Marion, Va.

John L. Shalter GEd’47, South Temple, Pa.

Constantine S. Sosangelis W’47, Broomall, Pa.

Gregory W. Stagliano WEv’47, West Chester, Pa., May 27, 1999.

Dr. John T. Walke GM’47, Roanoke, Va., Feb. 2, 1997.

Walter H. Whybrew GEd’47, Jackson, Tenn.

Dr. Luke B. Youndt GM’47, Reading, Pa., April 2, 1999.

Dr. Herbert D. Axilrod GM’48, Ventnor, N.J., Dec. 12, 1996.

William G. Battersby ME’48, Lansdale, Pa., Feb. 17, 1999.

Herbert B. Cherry C’48, Carlisle, Pa.

Dr. Henry M. Clanton GEE’48 GrE’51, San Diego, Dec. 18, 1997.

Dr. Byron Clyman GM’48, Norristown, Pa., May 17, 1996.

Bernard R. Cohen C’48, Elkins Park, Pa.

Dr. Alan R. Crain GM’48, Germantown, Md., 1993.

Dr. Clarence R. Crawley GM’48, Niceville, Fla.

Dr. Abraham W. Danish GM’48, Silver Spring, Md.

John W. Deker ME’48, Lafayette Hill, Pa., Jan. 22, 1998.

Claire Einhorn Dorph CW’48, Morrisville, Pa., Dec. 2.

Kenneth W. Dougherty C’48, Morristown, N.J., October.

Allen E. Felder C’48, Staten Island, N.Y., April 15, 1994.

Isabella Richards Gleason Ed’48, Devon, Pa., Feb. 15, 1997.

Jean A. Goddard PSW’48, Philadelphia, Jan. 7.

Edward N. Goldich WEv’48, Philadelphia, Dec. 22, 1997.

Delma Gordon PSW’48, Baltimore, a retired social worker in the city’s education department; Oct. 26.

Blanche Jacobstein Green GEd’48, Silver Spring, Md.

Alvin H. Greif W’48, Baltimore, Oct. 11, 1997.

Dr. George Warren Hallett Jr. GM’48, Portland, Maine.

Frederick R. Hammerschmidt W’48, Devon, Pa., president of John F. McCarthy Inc., an electrical contracting firm; Jan. 31.

Edith R. Hansen NEd’48, Mercer Island, Wash., a public-health nurse for King County, and a high-school nurse; Jan. 18.

Anne Klemm Head Ed’48 GEd’49, Virginia Beach, Va., Dec. 2. She had a long career in administration and office management.

Dallett Hemphill C’48 L’51, West Chester, Pa., Nov. 2, 1998.

Dr. Edwin B. Kalan C’48, Abington, Pa., June 1, 1997.

Dr. Harold Koenig Gr’48, Chicago, June 24, 1992.

Walter D. Macht L’48, Feasterville, Pa.

Martin F. Maher W’48, Lake George, N.Y.

George E. Marucci WEv’48, Malvern, Pa., a retired senior partner in Ernst & Young; Dec. 18.

Charles M. Murty W’48, Spring Hill, Fla., Oct. 1, 1994.

Harold R. Parker W’48, Rochester, N.Y., Oct. 28.

Richard S. Parker L’48, Rye, N.Y., Nov. 21, 1991.

Solomon Phillips Jr. GEd’48, Hampton, Va.

Dr. Robert J. Priest GM’48, Grosse Pointe Park, Mich., Jan. 29, 1995.

Harry P. Reddig Ed’48 GEd’50, Huntingdon Valley, Pa.

Jerome B. Schwartz W’48, Suffern, N.Y., Nov. 16, 1996.

Henry P. Sullivan W’48 L’51, Sewickley, Pa., a retired vice president and general counsel of Consolidated Natural Gas Co.; Jan. 20.

R. Bruce Underwood W’48, Searsport, Maine, Feb. 25, 1999.

Dr. Albert E. Van Dusen Gr’48, Storrs, Conn., retired history professor at the University of Connecticut and Connecticut state historian; Nov. 26. He wrote numerous books and articles on Connecticut history, including his most influential work, Connecticut (1961); it went through five printings and sold more than 33,000 copies.

Clara V. Van Huisen Ed’48, Mecosta, Mich., a retired staff public-health nurse for the Washtenaw County health department; Nov. 12.

Edna K. Wenger G’48, Lititz, Pa., March 9, 1998.

Ruth Drisko Alessandro Mu’49, The Woodlands, Texas, Dec. 5, 1996.

Harry Ashjian CE’49, Malvern, Pa.

Dr. Howard A. Blazar GM’49, Chestnut Hill, Mass., Sept. 17, 1994.

Harry D. Burge W’49, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., January 1999.

Joseph T. Conroy Jr. WG’49, Humble, Texas, retired head of accounting for the old Exxon Corp.; Dec. 6.

Edward C. Cooper Ar’49, Springfield, Pa., June 5, 1999.

Everett H. Crandall WEv’49, Wilmington, Del.

Jacob L. Crane III WG’49, Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1980.

Robert D. Crowley WG’49, Malvern, Pa., Jan. 3, 1996.

Dr. Wynant Dean GM’49, Sanibel Island, Fla., Jan. 23, 1999.

Vivian Betty De Haven GEd’49, Reading, Pa., Dec. 18, 1996.

Howard A. DeMarco W’49, West Chester, Pa., May 15, 1995.

William J. Fair W’49, Springfield, Pa., former assistant district attorney of Delaware County, Pa.; Nov. 12. In private practice he had specialized in commodities law.

Robert C. Harter WG’49, Belvedere, Calif., Sept. 11, 1996.

Irma Pixton Lewis Heubach Ed’49, Philadelphia, May 1, 1997.

Elizabeth M. Hewett Ed’49, Drexel Hill, Pa., September.

Dr. Mark P. Holland GM’49, Mahanoy City, Pa.

Maurice A. Hoard WG’49, Charlottesville, Va., Oct. 6, 1998.

Dr. Marvin S. Kivitz C’49 Gr’59, Springfield, Pa., a retired president of the Elwyn Institute Inc., who was a pioneer in rehabilitation services for people with disabilities; Nov. 1. He joined Elwyn in 1961 as its first psychologist.

Dr. Oram R. Kline Jr. GM’49, Sanibel, Fla., Sept. 11, 1996.

Francis F. Koebert WEv’49, Hatboro, Pa.

Thomas C. Lehman Ar’49, Roseland, N.J., Nov. 6.

Dr. James F. Lemmon GM’49, Bath, Ohio, May 28, 1998.

Marcellus H. McLaughlin Jr. L’49, Haverford, Pa.

Albert Nelson ME’49, Cherry Hill, N.J.

Dr. Joseph L. Platt GM’49, Lynchburg, Va., Aug. 25, 1997.

Dr. Pedro Polakoff II C’49, Elkins Park, Pa., a retired neurosurgeon; Nov. 2. He helped develop the treatment of a surgically installed pump that dispensed medication directly into the spines of paralyzed people to prevent spasticity.

Dr. Charles S. Quinn GM’49, Rockford, Ill.

Andres F. Quinones C’49, Santurce, P.R.

Dr. Earl H. Rafes GM’49, Beaumont, Texas, 1995.

Maj. Herbert G. Richek SW’49, Norman, Okla.

Leon C. Robbins Jr. G’49, Wayne, Pa., Dec. 19, 1993.

Dr. James L. A. Roth GM’49, Berwyn, Pa., Sept. 12, 1997.

Dr. John W. Sanderson G’49, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.

Elva Aaron Scharf Ed’49, Broomall, Pa., June 14, 1997.

Malcolm Skall W’49, Healdsburg, Calif., retired managing director of international money-market instruments for the old San Francisco securities firm of Warburg, Paribas Becker; Oct. 28. The firm was taken over by Merrill Lynch, where he worked until retiring in 1987. The next year, he and his wife established a successful organic fruit and vegetable farm.

Harry H. Snider Jr. W’49, Crystal River, Fla., Dec. 28, 1998.

Richard E. Steadman GEd’49, Monmouth Beach, N.J., 1991.

Edward T. Twardowski GEd’49, Tacoma, Wash., Aug. 4, 1989.

Dr. LeRoy Hamilton Wardner GM’49, Westminster at Lake Ridge, Va., a retired obstetrician-gynecologist; Jan. 7.

Lt. Col. Carl H. Wessel C’49, Smithville, N.J., May 19, 1998.

Dr. Rudolph S. Wilsher Ch’49, Asheville, N.C.

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Dr. James P. Alexander M’50, Charlotte, N.C., March 1, 1999.

Mary Lorimer Archibald Ed’50, Kent, Wash., Feb. 26, 1996.

Dr. Carol Paxon Brainerd Gr’50, Kennett Square, Pa.

Dr. Robert A. Breglio D’50, West Springfield, Mass., Oct. 2.

Harold E. Brown G’50, New York, retired federal government employee; Dec. 16.

Doremus M. Brownback WEv’50, Clifton Heights, Pa., Oct. 2, 1992.

Cole Brundage WG’50, Summit, N.J., retired vice president and treasurer with D. F. King & Co., Inc.; Jan. 6.

Dr. Robert P. Burkhardt C’50 D’51, North Wales, Pa., February 1999.

Dr. William P. Camp M’50, Haverford, Pa., former Pennsylvania state commissioner of mental health and deputy secretary of public health; Feb. 21, 1999. He later worked in private practice from 1967 to 1988.

Dorothy Lackey Carr Ed’50, Somerset, N.J., Oct. 20, 1998.

Janice Duguid Clark OT’50, Portland, Ore.

Sheldon M. Clayton Jr. WEv’50, Wilmington, Del., April 1999.

William H. Clouser GEd’50, Reading, Pa., Jan. 9, 1997.

Charles P. Colgan Ed’50, Ardmore, Pa., retired crew coach at the University, who over the years worked hard to open up what had been a rich-man’s sport to working-class men, and women, minorities and mentally disadvantaged athletes; Nov. 30. While at Penn he won four national championships and tried out for the 1948 U.S. Olympic team. He also had coached for the Cienfuegos Yacht Club in Cuba, and at Columbia and St. Joseph’s universities, La Salle High School and the Vesper Club, where he was a member for more than 50 years. For 23 years he had taught social studies, and later served as an administrator, in the Philadelphia School District, retiring in 1988.

Philip Cook Jr. C’50, West Chester, Pa., 1992.

Dr. Jose A. DeJesus GM’50, Charlottesville, Va., June 1998.

Elma Shipway Everline SW’50, Cumberland, Md.

Dr. Salvatore A. Farone D’50, Syracuse, N.Y., March 1999.

Dr. Samuel D. Gillespie Jr. GM’50, Pensacola, Fla., 1995.

Dr. Leland H. Hunter GM’50, Macungie, Pa., 1986.

Ronald H. Israelit C’50, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., Sept. 27, 1997.

Dr. Carl H. Kennedy Jr. GM’50, Fairport, N.Y., Jan. 20, 1997.

J. Lawrence Keyser Jr. WEv’50 WEv’64, Dillsburg, Pa., March 1997.

Solomon Lubin L’50, Kingston, Pa., June 1, 1997.

Dr. John Elliott Lyday M’50 GM’57, Greensboro, N.C., a surgeon who incidentally was the inspiration for the character Trapper John in the 1968 novel, M*A*S*H; Dec. 20. In reality, he was a highly decorated gunner and radio-man on a B-24 in World War II, and a combat surgeon in a U.S. Army mobile surgical hospital in the Korean War.

Donald F. McCaulley C’50, Williamsburg, Va., April 27, 1998.

Dr. George H. Mitchell GM’50, Indianapolis, 1998.

Martha S. Moore OT’50, Zionsville, Ind., Feb. 15, 1997.

Melvin E. Nolan ME’50, Media, Pa., September.

William J. Pavelka W’50, Dallas, Jan. 1, 1998.

Robert A. Scott WEv’50, Springfield, Pa.

Leonard W. Steiger Jr. WG’50, Glenwood Springs, Colo.

Dr. Thomas T. Sweigart D’50, Middletown, Pa.

Col. Frank L. Tenney WG’50, Tulsa, Okla., Feb. 6, 1996.

Solomon Tobey GME’50, Wilmington, Del.

Dr. Jesse M. Waller GM’50, Evanston, Ill., June 11, 1996.

Dr. Anna C. Wollack M’50, Westbrook, Conn., co-founder and medical director of the Saybrook Convalescent Hospital; Jan. 19. Prior to founding the hospital, she had maintained a general practice in Deep River, Conn., and in Cleveland.

Dr. Salah T. Ali GM’51, Long Beach, Calif., June 1991.

Thomas Austin Burke W’51, Edgartown, Mass., retired vice president and accounting-group head of Batten, Barton, Durstine and Osborn in New York; Jan. 25.

Burton Cahn C’51, Hollywood, Fla.

Dr. William James Campbell GM’51, Spring Valley, Calif., Oct. 27, 1996.

Donald B. Carson W’51, Winter Park, Fla., a retired marketing-project manager in the power-generation division of Westinghouse Electric; Dec. 27.

Michael J. Coleman W’51, Levittown, Pa., Sept 13, 1997.

Joseph D. Glassco C’51, Millsboro, Del., Sept. 10, 1997.

Edwin D. Greenbaum WEv’51, Bethesda, Md., September 1996.

Carlos J. Gutierrez G’51, San JosČ, Costa Rica, 1999.

Dr. Ira W. Harris FA’51, Palm City, Fla., June 8, 1999.

Alonzo F. Hartsell Jr. WEv’51, Wayne, Pa.

Dr. William W. Hassler Gr’51, Winchester, Va., Sept. 26, 1997.

Harry E. Heatherby WEv’51, Elizabethtown, Pa.

Dr. Richard A. Lavin GM’51, Longmeadow, Mass., 1992.

Evelyn Lex Ed’51, Cornwall, Pa., April 16, 1996.

Robert G. Lorndale WG’51, Wynnewood, Pa.

Dr. Harry E. Loree Jr. GM’51, Clovis, N.M., April 27, 1993.

Dr. Thomas N. Mackrell GM’51, Birmingham, Ala.

Kenneth G. Marks WEv’51, Levittown, Pa., Nov. 19, 1978.

Dr. William M. Martin C’51, Aurora, Colo.

Dr. Justin E. McNelly GD’51, Pinehurst, N.C., Nov. 18, 1998.

Norma Reiss Oser Ed’51, Philadelphia, retired editor of The Tricorn; Oct. 28.

Orville F. Over WG’51, Geneva, N.Y., Dec. 7, 1997.

Dr. Charles O. Peake III M’51, Longboat Key, Fla., Nov. 28.

Jean Li Quan CW’51, Bridgewater, N.J., Oct. 4.

Stanley S. Rockey CCC’51 SW’53, Phoenixville, Pa., a clinical psychologist who had served as executive director of the Child Guidance and Mental Health Clinics of Delaware County; Dec. 3.

James D. Schneider G’51, New Orleans, May 6, 1995.

Robert P. Schweitzer W’51, Chester, Vt., owner of an insurance company in Linbrook, N.Y.; Oct. 3.

Sonya Thorp Seymour SW’51, Yorktown Heights, N.Y., May 3, 1997.

Alice Z. Shearer Nu’51, Gulfport, Miss.

Dr. Richard M. Sherwood M’51, Media, Pa., April 3, 1980.

Robert C. Squier CCC’51, Newark, Del.

Edward B. Todd Ar’51, Havertown, Pa., an architect; June 24, 1999.

John A. Tyson WEv’51, Philadelphia.

William Werner Jr. Ed’51, Roslyn, Pa.

Nancy Schneider Wardell Ed’51 GEd’52, Bay Head, N.J., retired head of English at the Carl Sandburg Middle School in Levittown, Pa., Nov. 26. She also wrote columns for the Ocean County Review, The Leader, and the Ocean Star, and was a contributing writer for the Asbury Park Press.

Grace McCloskey Wavra GEd’51, Wheeling, W.Va., June 18, 1997.

W. Frank Whitney WEv’51, West Chester, Pa.

Helen Chaiken Blum Ed’52, Wynnewood, Pa., Oct. 3, 1997.

Kelly Campbell WG’52, New York, a former U.S. Defense Department official who served on the staff of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Defense Subcommittee and then on NATO’s infrastructure committee in Paris; Nov. 5.

Rev. A. Jerome Clifford WG’52 Gr’61, Cleveland, a former professor of finance at John Carroll University who was an expert on international banking; Jan. 28.

Dr. Charles W. Docter GM’52, Plum City, Wis., January 1996.

Frank R. Edginton Jr. WEv’52, Kent, Conn., 1994.

Dr. Frederick R. Franke GM’52, Pittsburgh, Sept. 7, 1993.

Elisabeth Lang Fraser FA’52, Philadelphia, Jan. 29, 1998.

Dr. S. Perez Gonzalez GM’52, Vega Baja, P.R., Aug. 14, 1978.

Marilyn M. Grant CW’52, Newtown Square, Pa., April 30, 1995.

George E. Haller L’52, Frostproof, Fla., July 14, 1994.

Betty Borland Hansch CW’52, Laguna Niguel, Calif., April 10, 1998.

Janet Gast Hoenninger Nu’52, Lancaster, Pa.

Dorothy Macrie Hunt FA’52, Oneonta, N.Y., Oct. 16, 1997.

Jack Moskovitz G’52 WG’55, Elkins Park, Pa., 1993.

James C. Mount WEv’52, Doylestown, Pa., Oct. 27, 1997.

Steven Nevada WEF’52, Harrisburg, Pa., 1984.

Kenneth H. Pope WEv’52, Spring House, Pa.

Leon D. Rosner GEd’52, Wyncote, Pa., Sept. 9, 1995.

John F. Rumler WEv’52, Pottstown, Pa., April 18, 1998.

Robert H. Seibert W’52, Fort Worth, Texas, June 18, 1997.

Christine Blumenstock Wade Nu’52, Lancaster, Pa., 1994.

David B. Warner WG’52, Louisville, Ky., retired purchasing manager for General Electric Co.; Nov. 1.

Elmer W. Watson WEv’52, Pitman, N.J.

Dr. Harry J. Wisner GM’52, Wichita, Kan., May 11, 1998.

Frances Carans Zamos CW’52, Lafayette, N.J., July 31, 1999.

Dr. Frederick Appleby GD’53, Hartsdale, N.Y., Feb. 2, 1998.

Louise Cohn Atlas Ed’53, Tucson, Ariz., October 1996.

Russell G. Bacchi WEv’53, Lakeland, Fla., Nov. 25, 1995.

Joseph J. Belamarich W’53, Rochester, Aug. 27, 1996.

Dr. Clifford O. Bishop GM’53, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., March 14, 1993.

Dr. Frank A. Carone GM’53, Evanston, Ill., Oct. 3, 1997.

Jordan Derwin W’53, New York, a board member of the Screen Actors Guild and a lifetime member of the national board of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists; Jan. 7. He practiced law for 25 years before segueing into acting. Primarily a background actor, he made several appearances on Late Night With David Letterman, Saturday Night Live, and several soap operas. His film credits include Cotton Club, Zelig, I’m Dancing as Fast as I Can, Stardust Memories, Cadillac Man, and Into Thin Air.

Jerome B. Fox W’53, University Park, Fla., a retired vice president of Merrill Lynch; Jan. 2.

Donald H. Gittelman GEd’53, Tequesta, Fla., Nov. 16, 1995.

Walter E. Halpern W’53, Margaretville, N.Y., June 29, 1994.

Dr. Charles K. Holloway Jr. GM’53, La Jolla, Calif., Nov. 17, 1997.

Samuel E. Houes G’53, Wilmington, Del., May 11, 1998.

Dr. Gordon R. Jobson GD’53, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Claire P. Kearns Nu’53, Culver City, Calif.

Dr. Edith S. Krappe Gr’53, Urbana, Ill.

Louis S. Lolli WEv’53, Wayne, Pa., June 24, 1999.

Frederic E. Markowitz G’53, Cleveland, Sept. 1, 1997.

Winona Ochs OT’53, Westminster, Md., July 5, 1996.

Robert N. Pedrick Ar’53, Medford, Ore., 1996.

Charles R. Schlegel GEd’53, Virginia Beach, Va., December 1996.

Donald P. Vernon L’53, Rockledge, Fla., Nov. 12.

Richard R. Weiss WEv’53, Havertown, Pa., Feb. 3, 1998.

Dr. Gerald N. Weitzman C’53, Portsmouth, Va., Sept. 1996.

Judith Blankin Austin DH’54, Lewes, Del., Jan. 24, 1995.

Victor E. Balant WEv’54, Marlton, N.J., May 8, 1997.

Dr. Irving N. Beran C’54, Cherry Hill, N.J., May 5, 1997.

E. Ward Crane CCC’54, Jenkintown, Pa., November 1995.

Dr. Raymond F. Greco D’54 GD’58, Trenton, N.J., Oct 23.

Edward L. Gulick WG’54, Winthrop, Maine, June 3, 1998.

Rev. Boyd Archibald Lowrie W’54, Madison, N.J., June 5, 1999.

Dr. Richard N. Myers M’54, Longs, S.C., a retired physician; Dec. 31.

Kathryne E. Melwert Nu’54 GEd’59, Wawa, Pa., former professor of nursing in the University, who retired in 1986; Jan. 1.

Dr. Karl O’Lessker C’54, Bloomington, Ind., May 25, 1998.

Robert G. Pintar W’54, Hazleton, Pa., May 27, 1998.

Fernando H. Salgado W’54, San Juan, P.R., March 8, 1999.

James C. Scanlon C’54, Lansdale, Pa.

Robert J. Stailey Ed’54, Philadelphia, Sept. 9, 1998.

Dr. Lester H. Steinholtz GD’54, De Witt, N.Y., June 20, 1999.

Dr. Milton G. Tall GM’54, Pittsburgh.

Dr. Eugene R. Westcott Jr. D’54 GD’55, Margate City, N.J., April 9, 1999.

Dr. Cordell H. Williams GM’54, Hazard, Ky., Feb. 28, 1991.

Alan B. Wood W’54, Pompton Plains, N.J.

Dr. Robert W. Alfriend GM’55, Norfolk, Va., 1994.

Virginia Valcourt Augustitus CW’55, South Orleans, Mass., June 2, 1997.

Francis A. Bartow Jr. L’55, Miami, Oct. 25, 1997.

Dr. Warren N. Bell GM’55, Jackson, Miss.

Philip Bernstein Jr. W’55, Chicago.

Frederick J. Boysen WEv’55, Fort Pierce, Fla., Nov. 20.

Johanna Bianco CW’55, El Prado, N.M., Sept. 27, 1997.

Irene K. Carrara GEd’55, Forest Hills, N.Y.

Evelyn Cohen Cline CW’55, Stinson Beach, Calif.

Dr. Celeste C. Donnelly GM’55, Lafayette Hill, Pa., associate professor emeritus of anesthesia in the University; Jan. 14. She was also director of the anesthesia department of Shriner’s Hospital until 1990.

William C. Falkenstern W’55, Venice, Fla.

Dr. Eugene F. Foley Jr. M’55 GM’61, Jamestown, N.Y., April 17, 1996.

Susan B. Graves CW’55, Philadelphia, a writer who wrote for Family Circle, Good Housekeeping, Glamour, Seventeen and Cosmopolitan; Nov. 30. She also wrote several books, including Evins of Tennessee, a biography of U.S. Rep. Joe L. Evins.

Dr. Kenneth W. Herrick Gr’55, Surprise, Ariz., a retired professor of insurance at Texas Christian University; Oct. 27.

Dr. Frederick H. Hull CE’55, Maple Glen, Pa., July 11, 1993.

Philip L. Hummer W’55 L’61, Sag Harbor, N.Y.

John J. Iglar WEF’55, Shillington, Pa., Dec. 30, 1988.

Joseph H. Jans Jr. WEv’55, Moorestown, N.J., Dec. 14, 1996.

Henry M. Kammermeier W’55, Pleasanton, Calif., Jan. 30, 1996.

Dr. Peter C. T. Kao D’55, Santa Ana, Calif., Oct. 26.

Dr. Arthur H. Keeney GrM’55, Louisville, Ky., former dean of the University of Louisville Medical School; Oct. 1, 1996. He was also chief ophthalmologist at the Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia and chair of ophthalmology at Temple University.

Thomas E. McCracken C’55, Guilderland Center, N.Y., May 21, 1995.

Dr. Philip J. Noel Jr. GM’55, Nashville, Feb. 10, 1993.

Marvin G. Pettit SW’55, Grosse Point, Mich.

Fred Pohorille G’55, Iowa City, Iowa.

Gerald V. Prior Jr. WEv’55, Philadelphia.

Dr. Sigmund L. Seigel D’55, Newtown Square, Pa., a dentist; Dec. 8.

Judith Gale Sweeney SW’55, Anacortes, Wash., Jan. 24, 1996.

Walter D. Turken W’55, Naples, Fla., an accountant and real estate developer; Dec. 22. He was also CEO of The Jack Parker Corporation. And he served on the board of overseers for the University’s School of Veterinary Medicine.

Peter R. Wilde W’55, New Canaan, Conn., 1997.

Dr. Michael E. Yannone M’55, Parachute, Colo., Jan. 25, 1999.

Dr. James S. Callahan Jr. GM’56, Bessemer, Al., Aug. 10, 1993.

Arthur R. Dettra W’56, Feasterville, Pa., April 6, 1995.

Dr. Manfred I. Goldwein GM’56, Gladwyne, Pa., a hematologist in private practice; Dec. 7.

Shirley L. Gropper Ed’56, Melville, N.Y., Oct. 15.

Dr. Leonard H. Lassin D’56, Cherry Hill, N.J., Dec. 5.

Hannah M. McCloud Nu’56, Media, Pa.

Edith F. Mitchell Nu’56, Boca Raton, Fla.

Dr. Henry W. Newman G’56, Clarion, Pa., March 1998.

Dr. Laurence K. Rainsford GM’56, Hamilton, N.Y.

Marta Korwin Rhodes SW’56, Bethesda, Md.

Joseph Abrams W’57, Bedminster, N.J., Aug. 11, 1999.

Dr. Chauncey J. Blair Gr’57, Franconia, N.H., Dec. 7.

J. David Donahower WG’57, Gwynedd Valley, Pa., a self-employed investment counselor; Dec. 12. In the 1950s he served in the U.S. Air Force as a special agent with the Office of Special Investigations, doing criminal and counter-intelligence investigations in this country and overseas.

Kenneth R. Gesner WG’57, Summit, N.J., former president of the Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association and a writer for the Associated Press who covered the New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders (1980-90), and the gold-medal-winning 1980 U.S. Olympic Hockey Team; Nov. 7.

Dr. William W. Klatchko GM’57, Annville, Pa., Aug. 21, 1993.

Dr. Clifton E. Mayfield Gr’57, New Haven, Conn., May 29, 1997.

Robert Nadler Ar’57, Herzlia, Israel, 1997.

Robert M. Owens C’57, Trumbull, Conn.

John J. Protzko W’57, Bloomfield Hills, Mich.

Toby J. Rich C’57, Boca Raton, Fla., Jan. 1, 1985.

Hon. J. Earl Simmons Jr. L’57, Haverford, Pa. a judge of the Philadelphia Municipal Court; Nov. 10. After serving 28 years there, he retired in 1997.

Margaret Hovanes Willcox Nu’57, Fort Washington, Pa.

Lester Zitowitz G’57, West Orange, N.J.

Joan Marcus Berger CW’58, Blue Bell, Pa., Nov. 26.

Dr. Robert G. Blaker Gr’58, Burbank, Calif., December 1993.

John F. Dugan EE’58, Pleasant Hill, Calif., April 1997.

Joseph D. Fillmore W’58, Harleysville, Pa., retired vice president of investments in the Philadelphia offices of PaineWebber Inc.; Nov. 8.

Dr. Allan H. Hart C’58, Hackettstown, N.J., May 31, 1999.

Blanch G. Hoenig Nu’58, Marlton, N.J.

Stephen Lockwood WG’58, Gaithersburg, Md., Jan. 20, 1986.

Dr. H. Curwen Schlosser GrD’58, Drexel Hill, Pa., Feb. 5, 1997.

Corinne I. W. Turner GEd’58, Riverton, N.J., March 16, 1997.

Dr. Leon J. Weiner GM’58, Meadowbrook, Pa., a retired physician in private practice; Feb. 7. He believed strongly in the mind-body connection and was not one to simply dash off a prescription: sometimes instead of prescribing Valium to someone feeling stressed, he would hand a patient an order to “Get your hair done,” “Get a massage” or “Go have dinner with your husband.” He also made biofeedback and acupuncture available to his patients.

Dr. James H. Bonney GM’59, Portland, Maine, October 1994.

Dr. Warren W. Daudistel GM’59, Hamilton, Ohio, Jan. 31, 1991.

Joseph J. Fassnacht WEv’59, Philadelphia.

Edward P. Hollingsworth Jr. G’59, Philadelphia, Aug. 21, 1996.

John L. Kemmerer WG’59, Wayne, Pa., retired CFO of ICI Americas Inc.; Jan. 7.

Dr. Jonas E. Mittelman Gr’59, Millbrae, Calif., 1985.

Barbara M. Roberts SW’59, Novato, Calif., June 3, 1995.

Jerome R. Smith W’59, Reading, Pa.

Dr. Evan J. Thomas WEF’59, Olney, Md.

Dr. Eli Wayne C’59, Englewood, Colo., a pediatric surgeon who practiced at the Denver Children’s Hospital and St. Joseph’s Medical Center; Nov. 7. He was also a baseball scout for the California Angels.

Dr. Robert D. Workman G’59, Picayune, Miss., April 4, 1998.

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Richard C. Barry W’60, Quincy, Mass., February 1997.

Barbara Dilworth G’60, Orangeville, Pa., Oct. 26.

John E. Hundt WG’60, Fort Myers, Fla., Sept. 9, 1997.

Dr. Stephen B. Knowlton Jr. M’60, Sunset, Maine, a retired cardiologist; Dec. 16.

Dr. George A. Michell D’60, Andover, N.J., May 21, 1998.

Paulina C. Moss SW’60, Columbia, Md., a retired social worker with the District of Columbia Department of Human Services; Nov. 11.

Kaspar Papazian WEv’60, Laguna Hills, Calif., 1997.

William T. Smith CGS’60, Beverly, N.J.

Richard C. Snyder C’60, New York.

John W. Bigby ASC’61, Santa Rosa, Calif., Sept. 24, 1995.

Dr. Samuel R. Boorujy D’61, Coatesville, Pa., April 2, 1992.

Thomas P. Corr W’61, Apollo Beach, Fla., Feb. 7, 1998.

John W. Lyver III GEd’61, Merion, Pa., Feb. 25, 1995.

Ronald K. Mittrick WG’61, Severna Park, Md., Oct. 7.

Jay T. Palmer EE’61, Princeton, N.J.

Dr. Miguel A. Rodriguez GM’61, Bethesda, Md.

Dr. William Ward Gr’61, Rock Island, Ill., a professor emeritus of sociology at Augustana College, where he founded the Center for Study of Urban Affairs and Changing Society; Dec. 10.

Henry A. Way Jr. G’61, West Collingswood, N.J.

Dr. Dale Birdsell Gr’62, Burke, Va., April 8, 1998.

Dr. Morris L. Brown Sr. GEd’62, Silver Spring, Md., a retired director of eligibility and agency evaluation in the U.S. Department of Education; Jan. 29.

Dr. Carl E. DeVane Gr’62, Raleigh, N.C., a retired professor of political science; Feb. 5.

Mary M. Doyle SW’62, Baltimore.

Effat A. Mansour GAr’62 GCP’62 GFA’62 and Virginia Heil Mansour CW’62, Portland, Ore., in the EgyptAir Flight 990 crash off Nantucket Island, Mass., on Oct. 31. She was a microbiologist and he an architect and city planner.

George F. Murphy GEd’62, Jasper, Ark., Dec. 6, 1997.

Irene F. Pernsley SW’62, Conshohocken, Pa., Sept. 26.

Dr. Mary S. Schinagl Gr’62, West Long Branch, N.J.

Joyce English Vogelsong DH’62, Annville, Pa., June 2, 1994.

Michael J. Catalano WEv’63 W’64, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.

Miriam Franklin Cross CW’63, Norfolk, Va., April 12, 1996.

Helen L. Eddy GEd’63, Lansdowne, Pa., January.

Robert C. Heitman G’63, Washington, Nov. 25.

John B. Maguire WEv’63, Reading, Pa.

Robert W. Mather OT’63, Kennett Square, Pa., April 8, 1997.

John L. Ominski WEv’63, Swarthmore, Pa., Jan. 25, 1997.

Jacob H. Braun GEE’64, Rockville, Md., November 1998.

Thomas D. Evans GEd’64, Allentown, Pa., a former principal of Royersford High School; Dec. 18. He had taught science and mathematics in the Royersford and Spring-Ford school districts for 43 years.

Anthony F. Shepherd WEv’64 WEv’65, Blue Bell, Pa., a financial planner, he owned the Sheperd Financial Group; Nov. 21.

W. Terrin Watt C’64, Etters, Pa., Dec. 5, 1995.

Barbara Becker CW’65, Novato, Calif., May 1997.

Dr. Alfred R. Bonsignore GM’65, Eastchester, N.Y., Nov. 13, 1994.

Robert C. Clark Jr. WEv’65 CGS’69, Wilmington, Del., Jan. 5, 1999.

Dr. Jane E. Cooper Gr’65, Glen Mills, Pa., July 9, 1999.

Dr. William M. Wade Jr. GD’65, Spanish Fort, Ala.

Edward E. Bach W’66, Burke, Va., April 18, 1998.

Donald H. Heist G’66, Philadelphia, May 18, 1997.

Marjorie M. Metcalf SW’66, Mechanicsburg, Pa.

Dr. Ramon B. Nadal GM’66, Levittown, Pa.

Dr. David A. Nitchman D’66, Plainsboro, N.J., July 1996.

George W. Watson WEv’66, Philadelphia, Sept. 7, 1990.

Richard E. Zneimer C’66 G’67 G’85, Dallas, Pa.

Choon C. Chen WG’67, Edina, Minn.

Dr. Harry S. Dweck GM’67, Valhalla, N.Y., May 18, 1998.

Louis R. Hodge WEv’67, Havertown, Pa.

Norman Richard Levy G’67, Petach Tikva, Israel, September 1984.

Harold A. Thomas OT’67, Pasadena, Md.

Frank J. Trotta Jr. GCh’67, Holland, Pa., Dec. 30, 1996.

Dr. Robert W. Webb GM’67, Edwardsville, Ill., Feb. 22, 1995.

Dr. Neda M. Westlake Gr’67, Blue Bell, Pa.

Samuel W. Winslow GEd’67, Philadelphia, Oct. 11, 1997.

Dr. Pei Chih Hsieh Gr’68, Regina, Saskatchewan, June 1997.

Dr. Lawrence P. Jacknick D’68, Haddonfield, N.J.

William David Lees WG’68, La Plata, Md., senior vice president of operations at Marriott International; Nov. 25.

Dr. Thomas L. Fisher GM’69, West Chester, Pa.

Dr. Stanley W. Lindberg Gr’69, Athens, Ga., professor of English at the University of Georgia and editor of its quarterly journal, The Georgia Review; Jan. 18. He wrote The Annotated McGuffey and The Legacy of Erskine Caldwell and co-wrote The Nature of Copyright.

Dr. John G. H. Meister Gr’69, Philadelphia.

Dr. Stuart E. Ross C’69, Rockville, Md., Dec. 14, 1997.

Dr. Thomas V. Sedlacek M’69 GM’76, Moorestown, N.J., a renowned researcher and former director of Graduate Hospital’s department of gynecology; Jan. 7. He was considered one of the nation’s leading researchers on human papilloma virus, which causes genital warts and has been linked to cervical cancer. He also taught at the University’s School of Medicine.

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Horace H. Allen Jr. GEE’70, Philadelphia, Oct. 20, 1983.

Dr. William J. de Bonte Gr’70, Lexington, Mass., Oct. 24.

Lowell E. Espey C’70, Stockton, N.J., March 12, 1996.

Dr. Eva H. Gelernter SW’70 GrS’85, Philadelphia, an AIDS and oncology social worker at Graduate Hospital; Dec. 22. A Holocaust survivor, she had served as executive director of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society.

Thomas B. Kinsolving C’70, Baltimore, December 1995.

Richard F. R. Mather WG’70, London, Sept. 8, 1985.

Dr. Kegham A. Mississyan Gr’70, Upper Darby, Pa.

Dr. Alexander Baumgartner Gr’71, Philadelphia, Nov. 11.

Russell C. Smith W’71, Sanbornville, N.H., Aug. 1, 1999.

Dr. Peter H. Alpert C’72, San Francisco, 1991.

William M. Doyle WEv’72, Addison, Ill.

Dr. Hermann A. Roether Gr’72, Willow Grove, Pa., September.

Ruth P. Trickey G’72, Rosemont, Pa.

Dr. Burness Broussard III GrEd’73, Moorestown, N.J., a professor of psychology at Rowan University; Nov. 3.

Dr. Martin H. Kellman Gr’73, New York, Sept. 23.

David P. Seipt G’73, Philadelphia.

Ellen J. Speiser CW’73, New York.

Dr. Robert R. Drake GM’74, Orlando, Fla., Sept. 2, 1992.

Dr. Don E. Edmonds Gr’74, Bartlesville, Okla.

Joseph F. O’Brien Jr. GEE’74, Louisa, Va.

J. Webb Potts CGS’74, Dunnellon, Fla., a retired elementary and middle school teacher; December.

Stephen L. Gido Frank C’75, Tenafly, N.J.

Carol L. Munson-Gallardo FA’75, Washington, Nov. 1.

Fred H. Farkas W’76, Bloomfield, Conn., retired coordinator of basketball operations at the University of Notre Dame; Oct. 21.

Charles Govatos WG’76, Hancock, N.H.

Dr. Clarkson Wentz GM’76, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Jan. 9, 1998.

Dr. Charles L. Balkan D’77, Miami Beach, Fla.

David H. Riley G’77, Glen Mills, Pa., director of the U.N. High Commission for Refugees in Kosovo; Jan 19, of natural causes. Joining the U.N. in 1981, he rose to head assistance projects worldwide for the UNHCR. After the international peacekeeping force entered Kosovo last year, he set up his office in a warehouse outside the capital, Pristina.

Ajmal M. Malik G’77, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., the chief financial officer of Omnia Inc.; Dec. 13, 1996.

J. Scott Westberg WG’77, Clayton, Mo.

Shirley K. Goodwillie WEv’78, Largo, Fla., Jan. 28.

Lynne J. Magri PT’78, Baton Rouge, La.

Gordon McWilliams GAr’78, Seattle, an architect who specialized in laboratory planning for CAN Architecture; Jan. 16, in an avalanche at a ski resort.

Peter Baida WG’79, New York, a writer who won first prize in the 1999 O. Henry Awards short-story competition; Dec. 10. He won with his tale, “A Nurse’s Story,” which, his wife said, was based on an account of a nurses’ strike in The Nation. He also wrote the nonfiction book, Poor Richard’s Legacy, about American business values.

David M. Moskowitz W’79, Short Hills, N.J., June 21, 1997.

William O. Nelson C’79, Kaleva, Mich., Nov. 20.

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Dr. Jay B. Nelson EE’80 M’87, Vista, Calif., June 5, 1998.

Eliot H. Powell C’80, Westfield, N.J., July 23, 1996.

Steven J. Massey W’81, Palatine, Ill., Sept. 11, 1996.

Gary J. Kominski C’82, Redding, Conn., Dec. 4, 1997.

Scott J. Foster GEE’83, Glenview, Ill., Oct. 30, 1992.

Salvatore S. Lauria G’83, Philadelphia.

Dr. David W. Fradin WG’84, Newark, N.Y., president and CEO of IEC Electronics Corp., and former president of Harvard Custom Manufacturing, LLC; December.

Craig A. Leman WG’84, Philomath, Ore., July 8, 1998.

Rafael A. Rivero W’84, Rio Piedras, P.R., May 15, 1995.

Steven K. Tempest C/W’84, Herndon, Va., Jan. 20, 1997.

Brian Joseph O’Hanlon G’86, Philadelphia, Feb. 25, 1994.

Dr. Peter Alexander Schweitzer Gr’86, Godfrey, Ill.

Dr. Moira Marie McLoughlin ASC’87 Gr’94, St. Albert, Alberta.

Fernanda D. Milling CGS’87, Moorestown, N.J., Nov. 24.

Dr. Paul Capek GM’88, Santa Rosa, Calif., Aug. 2, 1996, in an automobile accident.

Robert S. Ross WG’89, New York, a producer of nonfiction films and documentaries; Dec. 20.

Lee David Schacht C’89, Pittsford, N.Y., April 4, 1998.

Robert P. Yassky WG’89, Greenwich, Conn., Aug. 5, 1995.

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Dr. Joyce Ann Daily V’90, Middletown, Del., an equine veterinarian and co-owner of Racers Edge Thoroughbred Breeding Farm; Oct. 27.

Christine Marie DiTomasso Hinrichs GEd’90, Cherry Hill, N.J. a former adolescent counselor for the Philadelphia Roman Catholic schools; Feb. 2.

Roberta Hall Luxenberg G’90, Elkins Park, Pa., Aug. 27, 1994.

Christopher Steele Reynolds C’90, Cogan Station, Pa., Feb. 16, 1997.

Samuel R. Kozloff C’91, Brussels, a foreign-service officer in the U.S. Embassy to the European Union; Jan. 20, of natural causes, while on assignment in Berlin.

Dr. Terry L. Hildebrand G’92 GrW’97, Pearland, Texas.

Joseph M. Trentacosta W’93, Redding, Calif., Dec. 29, 1997.

Mark Irons CGS’98, Arden, Del., April 8, 1999, by suicide.

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Faculty & Staff

Charles P. Colgan. See Class of 1950.

Dr. Celeste C. Donnelly. See Class of 1955.

Dr. Hugh Norman Emerson. See Class of 1932.

Kathryne E. Melwert. See Class of 1954.

Dr. Thomas V. Sedlacek. See Class of 1969.

Dr. Genevra Ziegler-Driscoll. See Class of 1941.

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