Dr. Harold L. Stewart C23, Bethesda, Md., retired chief of pathology at the National Cancer Institute and head of laboratory pathology and pathological anatomy at the National Institutes of Health; May 30, 1998, at the age of 98 years. He was a clinical professor of pathology at Georgetown University. After 32 years working for the NIH, he formally retired in 1969then helped found the Registry of Experimental Cancers and was a NIH research-scientist emeritus until retiring completely in 1996. "Red" Stewart had founded the American Society of Clinical Pathologists, the International Academy of Pathology, and was a past president of the American Association for Cancer Research. He had often served with and advised the World Health Organization. During a 70-year professional career, he had published 250 articles and trained scientists from more than 20 countries.
Lawrence A. Meyers W24, Longboat Key, Fla., a retired attorney; December 17, 1997.
Charles W. Mintzer GEd24, Fair Lawn, N.J., 1976.
J. Orrin Sherrard W27, Verona, N.J., March 27, 1998.
Dr. Mary Mangigian Tarzian Ed27 G29 Gr34, Palm Beach, Fla., June 7, 1998. She had co-founded with her husband a company based in Indianapolis that manufactured television equipment and set up radio and television stations in Indiana, and later Chattanooga, Tenn., and Reno. She was the author of The Armenian Minority Problem.
George V. Horton W28, Stuart, Fla., retired head of national-advertising sales in the Southeast for Scripps Howard Newspapers; June 2, 1998. He was a former president and business manager of The Indianapolis Times.
John F. Mulvey W28, Salisbury Center, N.Y., a retired trial attorney and partner with the New York law firm of Engel, Judge & Miller; June 16, 1998. He was a past president of the Bronx Bar Association.
Helene Kasewurm Ott Ed29, Reading, Pa., June 4, 1998.
Frank W. ODonnell W29 L32, Manoa,
Pa., retired superintendent of claims for the General Accident Insurance
Co.; May 3, 1998.
Russell G. Myers WEv30, Harleysville, Pa., retired treasurer for Turbo Machine Company, a textile-manufacturing company in Lansdale, Pa.; June 11, 1998.
Dr. Edward Stroh Jr. C30 D33, New York, retired chief of dentistry and oral and maxillofacial surgery at Metropolitan Hospital and St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital; April 29, 1998.
Dr. Cornelius F. Sullivan Jr. V30, Dorchester, Mass., a retired veterinarian; December 26, 1994.
Leonard M. Winston WEv30, Elkins Park, Pa., former president and partner of an electric-contracting firm; June 17, 1998. In later years he ran a public-relations agency from his home.
Howard J. Zimtbaum W31, New York, November 29, 1995.
Walton Brand W32, Wawa, Pa., April 26, 1998.
Julio Heurtematte W32, Washington, retired senior vice president and manager of the international department at the National Bank of Washington; May 30, 1998. From 1945 he had served as a minister and economic counsel of the Panamian embassy and as his countrys representative to the Organization of American States; and he had helped found the InterAmerican Development Bank. From 1950 to 1956 he was an alternate director of the World Bank. After retiring from National Bank in 1975, he was a consultant to American Security Bank.
John N. Eustis W33, Hudson, Ohio, retired vice president of marketing for National City Bank; May 31, 1998. In recent years he was a consultant to small business through the Senior Corps of Retired Executives.
Harold H. Sours WEF33, McLean, Va., a retired press-service writer and editor for the U.S. Information Agency; May 26, 1998. He had earlier been a photo-journalist and crime reporter for the International News Service in New York.
Dr. Milton D. Stoudt V33, Philadelphia, a retired veterinarian; May 4, 1998.
William A. Gey G34, Trinidad, Calif.
Dr. Mary Holzman B. Boulton PSW35, a New York psychotherapist who helped introduce the practice of transactional analysis there, co-founding the New York Transactional Analysis Seminar in 1966; May 30, 1998. She retired from practice in 1990.
Paul F. Lennox ChE35, St. Petersburg, Fla., June 2, 1998.
W. Clyde Skillen GEd35, North Cape May, N.J., January 1998.
Hon. J. Sydney Hoffman L36, a judge on the Philadelphia Superior Court; June 22, 1998. One former law clerk described him as "intellectually fearless, and he had not preconceived notions. He had no agenda, no other thought than to do what was right in the case. And that was very liberating." While on the Juvenile and Family Court, Judge Hoffman turned his courtroom into a model that would be visited by judges, probation officers and sociologists from around the country. He helped bring about extending to juveniles the right to public hearings and legal representation, and he made court proceedings more open. He was the main architect of Philadelphias accelerated rehabilitative-disposition program in the 1970s, to rehabilitate first-time offenders and clear their records, then a radical idea. After reaching the mandatory retirement age of 70 in 1978, Judge Hoffman became a senior judge, continuing to carry a full caseload until just weeks before his death. He had served 42 years on the bench.
Alfred W. Hesse Jr. L36, Gladwyne, Pa., a retired attorney; April 16, 1997.
Leonard J. Mack G38, Clearwater, Fla., a retired psychologist who had practiced in Pennsylvania, most recently State College, for 34 years; June 12, 1998.
Morton D. Stern W38, Getzville, N.Y., owner of a typewriter company in Albany; June 15, 1998.
J. Robert Connor CE39, Hendersonville, N.C., retired president and CEO of Snare Overseas Corp.; May 20, 1998. He became a consultant and arbitrator on large, heavy civil projects, and had recently completed assignment as lead consultant on the worlds largest hydroelectric dam in Sichuan, China.
Martin N. Oebbecke W39, Saint Davids, Pa., a deputy director of Radio Free Europe in Munich, responsible for programming transmitted to the Eastern Bloc countries; April 21, 1998. He retired in 1975 after 25 years with that service.
Dr. Simmons Patterson Sr. M39, Greensboro, N.C., professor emeritus of surgery at East Carolina University; February 2, 1998. He had earlier served as executive director of the North Carolina Regional Medical Program and director of the cancer-control program and assistant professor of surgery at Duke University.
Nancy DAmico Tapper Ed39 GEd40, Yardley, Pa., March 21, 1998.
John F. Aigeltinger W41, Wayne, Pa., March 2, 1997.
Dr. Edward C. Stillwell Jr. D41, Truro, Mass., a retired dentist; June 11, 1998.
Constance B. Thomas Mu41, Frederick, Md.
Merrill S. Rich Ar41 GAr42, Seattle, retired architect with the facilities department of the University of Washington; May 30, 1998. Besides the designs of several buildings on that campus, he contributed to the design of the new Seattle-Tacoma airport.
Thomas W. Andrews Jr. ChE42, Saratoga, Calif., May 24, 1998.
Calvin W. McKee WG42, Wayne, Pa., October 30, 1996.
W. Leslie Worth GME42, Sun City West, Ariz., August 1995.
Dr. Hillel A. Fine C43, New York, retired director of the New Orleans Hillel; May 25, 1998. He was an adjunct faculty member of Loyola University there. He had earlier served as rabbi of Reform Temple Ohev Sholom in Harrisburg, Pa., from 1956 to 1970.
Dr. Donald Haverstick V43, Myerstown, Pa., a veterinarian who had practiced for 55 years; June 27, 1997.
Robert H. Heiland WG43, Coopersburg, Pa., a retired principal consultant for Kurt Salmon Associates in the U.S. and overseas; June 14, 1998. He had earlier served as an industrial engineer for Wilkening Manufacturing, and as associate professor of industrial engineering at Lehigh University, 1951-57.
Dr. William H. DeCoudres V47, Sandy Lake, Pa., a retired veterinarian; March 8, 1998. He served as president of the Sandy Creek Conservancy for 20 years.
Jules R. Pincus W47, San Diego, a retired businessman; May 9, 1998.
Ralph D. Correnty ME49, Atlanta, retired regional director of Southeastern Honeywell; February 14, 1998.
Charles G. Jones C49, Seattle, retired director of communications for the Unigard Insurance Group; May 7, 1998.
Conrad W. Mackel Ed49 GEd51, Milford, Pa., January 5, 1998.
Capt. Harry A. Seymour GEE49, Edina, Minn., March 19, 1997.
Dr. Louis Coulonval GM50, Quebec, a physician; April 1996.
Dr. Joseph I. Garcia Jr. GM50, Knoxville, Tenn., a physician.
Clayton A. Minter Jr. W50, Hawley, Pa., owner of a beer-and-soda distributorship and later a gourmet-food and cheese shop at Lake Wallenpaupack in the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania; April 27, 1998. He had earlier worked in his familys business, Minter Candies, for many years.
John J. Truskey W50 WG54, Newtown Square, Pa., May 17, 1998.
Alice J. Carter NEd51, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., October 28, 1992.
Dr. Dolores Higgins Nu51, Cresskill, N.J., November 15, 1997.
Robert W. McCahan C51, Wayne, Pa., former executive vice president of Acme Markets; June 8, 1998. He retired in 1982 after 28 years there, having started in 1954 as a trainee in Philadelphia.
Dr. T. J. Michelfelder GM51, Fort Dodge, Iowa.
Hans Bomster C52, Philadelphia, May 5, 1997.
George M. Oesmann W52, Hilton Head, S.C., retired district supervisor for the New Jersey Department of Transportation; June 10, 1998.
J. Paul White GEE52, North Fort Myers, Fla., March 7, 1998.
Gerald C. Kelly WEF53, Kingston, Pa., retired assistant director of the Philadelphia regional office of the Veterans Administration; June 15, 1998. He later worked as an administrator at the old Philadelphia State Hospital at Byberry.
Karl Ward G54, Haines, Alaska, September 1, 1997.
William V. Goodwin GEE55, Riverton N.J., October 20, 1997.
Col. Ray Pearsall WG55, Port Hueneme, Calif., retired director of finance for the city of Pasadena; September 24, 1997. He had had a 28-year career in the U.S. Army, serving on the U.S. Military Mission to the Soviet Union, and on the Army General Staff. He was a past president of St. Lukes Hospital.
George F. Tyler Jr. G55, Philadelphia, May 1998.
Dr. John Cahill C56, Worcester, Mass., former chief of anesthesia and head of a pain-management clinic at Providence (R.I.) Veterans Administration Hospital; May 4, 1998. For 12 years he owned the Himmer Ambulance Co. in Worcester. He was associate professor at both Brown University and Boston University.
Elizabeth J. Hazen Nu56, Media, Pa., May 16, 1998.
Joseph T. Lawler WG57, Bethesda, Md., May 18, 1998.
Dr. Herman Corn GD58, Sarasota, Fla., a former professor of periodontics at the University, a position he had held for 30 years; June 8, 1998. He had served as vice-chair of the American Board of Periodontology, and he was recently honored by the American Academy of Periodontology with its first Master Clinician Award. Dr. Corn had published extensively and lectured widely, often overseas. In Sarasota he founded a multiple-myeloma support group and was a founding board member of the Wellness Community of Southwest Florida.
Peter L. Hornbeck LAr58, North Andover, Mass., former professor of landscape architecture at Harvard University; June 3, 1998. Retiring in 1980, he headed a landscape-design firm in North Andover. Completing various restoration projects, he also designed the Ely Lilly estate, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art.
Rita M. Lynch GEd59, Shavertown, Pa., April 15, 1998.
Maxine P. Clark SW61, West Covina, Calif., June 18, 1998.
Patricia Baun Cooper CW61, Philadelphia, site director of the Hawthorne Family Center at the Palumbo School in South Philadelphia; June 14, 1998.
Richard P. Ault C63, Rehoboth Beach, Del., a retired Washington-area insurance and real estate salesman; May 25, 1998. In 1984 he co-founded Mednet, a medical information-services company in Washington. He had served on the board of the Washington Childrens Hospital.
Naomi B. Madlem GEd63, Baltimore, November 28, 1997.
Dr. Dan Prihar V63, Haifa, Israel, June 1998.
Richard M. Zimmerman W63 L66, Deerfield Beach, Fla., vice president and head of fiduciary services in the Palm Beach office of Bankers Trust; June 11, 1998.
Susan Gordon Berkowitz CW64, Chicago, April 29, 1997.
L. Stewart Carstater GFA64, Northampton, Pa., a freelance artist and poet, who had taught art in schools in New Orleans; June 20, 1998. He had also been a street artist in Manhattans SoHo district.
Richard B. Pittmon WEv66, Philadelphia, October 17, 1995.
Paul J. Landaiche GEd67, Drexel Hill, Pa., November 8, 1997.
Matthew T. Lowry GAr78, Philadelphia, an architect who designed the restorations of stations on SEPTAs Frankford Elevated line and the renovation of the B-C Terminal at the citys airport; June 9, 1998.
Dr. Stephen W. Grosse D80, Philadelphia, a dentist who maintained practices in the Society Hill district and in Lansdowne; June 10, 1998, by murder. He was known in Philadelphia for the extravagant parties he held for the prominent and powerful of the city.
Michael P. Maxwell GL80, Los Angeles, a customs attorney; May 9, 1998.
Dr. Jack David Pressman G82 Gr86, San Francisco, associate professor of the history of health sciences at the University of California at San Francisco, where he had been teaching since 1987; June 23, 1997, of an undiagnosed illness, while on vacation with his family. He specialized in the history of psychiatry: his book, Last Resort: Psychosurgery and the Limits of Medicine, was published by Cambridge University Press last year. It was the result of 10 years of research into the background and circumstances of the practice of lobotomies. At the time of his death he had nearly finished another book, under contract with Oxford University Press, "Maladjustment and the American Citizen." And he wrote "The History of the Concept of Mental Illness in the West," in The Cambridge World History of Human Disease (1992). He was instrumental in setting up the History of Science Societys forum for history of human science, and served on the executive council of the American Association of the History of Medicine. At Penn fund has been established in his memory to assist graduate students in the Department of History and Sociology of Science.
Dr. Thelma L. Barnett GrEd85, Harrisburg, Pa., June 17, 1998.
Vasilios Kourelis WEv88 WEv89 G93, Philadelphia, December 6, 1993.
Adolfo C. Niella WG89, Asunción, Paraguay, February 27, 1998.
Dr. Herman Corn. See Class of 1958.