Jesse K. Cope Jr. WEv09, Lafayette Hill, Pa., April 1981.
Charles L. Schoch EE09, Rahway, N.J., Aug. 1971.
William C. Rommel EE12, Collegeville, Pa., Jan. 1986.
Dr. Alexander Wolf EE24, Houston.
Gertrude Hayman Paton Ed25, Deerfield Beach, Fla., June 9, 2000.
Esther S. Israel Ed26 G32, Philadelphia, Feb. 3, 1996.
Bertha Leonard Morgan DH26, Bradenton, Fla.
Helen Halpern Parnis Ed26, Philadelphia, Oct. 1, 1999.
Eleanor D. Culin Ed27, Wynnewood, Pa., Dec. 23, 1998.
Ethel S. Greenhouse Ed27, Philadelphia, Aug. 14, 1996.
Dr. Henry F. James Gr27, Brandon, Fla., Sept. 1972.
Louis Smaniotto Ar27, Riverton, N.J., Jan. 10, 1998.
Maria Ezerman Drake Mu28, Philadelphia, Jan. 10, 1999.
Dr. Herman Gold C28 M31, Tiburon, Calif., a physician who had maintained a general practice in Chester, Pa., for 60 years and who was a former professor of cardiology at Hahnemann Hospital in Philadelphia; May 19. He was prominent in the development of Crozer-Chester Hospital into a regional medical center; he recruited many of the original physicians and developed the cardiology department, the executive-health program, and programs affiliated with Hahnemann. Also interested in infectious diseases, especially anthrax, he collaborated with the Centers for Disease Control in the development and clinical testing of the first effective vaccine; his research on tetanus provided the basis for routine immunization of U.S. troops during the Second World War and the elimination of tetanus as a complication of war wounds.
David Bloom CE29, Coconut Creek, Fla., June 17, 1999.
Walter E. Dengler Jr. W29, Atlantic Beach, Fla., Aug. 16, 2000.
Dorothy J. Eisenberg G29, Rockville, Md., July 8, 1997.
Herman M. Glick W29, Cold Spring, N.Y., a retired store owner; Oct. 2, 2000.
Dr. David B. Hoffman C29, Lake Worth, Fla., Sept. 1, 1998.
Sadie Rothman Levy DH29, Corona, N.Y.
Warren T. Nagle Ar29, Saranac Lake, N.Y., Dec. 9, 1998.
C. Russell Noyes W29, Bloomfield, Conn., retired vice president of public relations for the Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Co.; May 3.
Joseph F. Raab W29, Ocean City, N.J., July 1998.
Millicent S. Rathmell Ed29 GEd37, Chalfont, Pa., Jan. 8.
Robert M. Sebastian C29 L32, Philadelphia, retired vice president of the old Arco oil company who had served as chief executive officer of its Brazil office; May 4. Taking early retirement in 1960, he immersed himself in the public life of the city, serving on the Philadelphia School Board from 1965 till retiring as vice president in 1979.
Wesley A. Stanger Jr. W29, Summit, N.J., a retired pension-fund investment manager with the old McKay, Shields & Co., who had served as a trustee of the University for 20 years; May 23. He had served as chair of both the Madison Fund and American South African Investments Ltd., large closed-end investment companies. A prominent tennis player at Penn, he toured and played exhibition matches with Bill Tilden W17 for awhile after graduating, before going to Wall Street.
Doris Finney White DH29, Venice, Fla., former director of dental health for the city of Bridgeport, Conn.; May 6.
Nellie Jenkins Higgins Ed30, Haverford, Pa., a retired Latin teacher at Radnor High School; May 9.
Rose Weiss Kaplan Ed30 G33, Philadelphia, April 11.
Dr. Paul R. Orr Gr30, Garden City, N.Y., March 1984.
Dr. Stuart S. Blauner W31 C33, Silver Spring, Md., Jan. 18, 1999.
Dr. Sydney Borow C31 M34 GM46, Philadelphia, a childrens doctor who had practiced for 58 years; May 11.
Jeremiah C. Iandolo CE31, Philadelphia, a retired plant engineer with the old Atofina Chemical; April 15.
Claire G. McQuail Mu31, Fayetteville, N.C., Jan. 1979.
Dr. Ick T. Himoff D32, White Plains, N.Y., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice there for 50 years; May 15.
Elizabeth S. Peck OT32, Hilton Head Island, S.C., July 24, 1998.
Gloria M. Dennis Ed33, Lansdale, Pa., June 17, 1999.
Albert W. Horton W33, Seaford, Del., April 27, 1998.
Charles V. Nicholson W33, Langhorne, Pa., a retired salesman with Exide Battery Co.; May 23. While at Penn he ran track and boxed.
Paul Maloney L33, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a retired attorney with the Philadelphia law firm of Pepper Hamilton, who had specialized in administrating estates and trusts; May 14. He had served as president of the Citizens Crime Commission in the late 1960s.
Aaron A. Alberts W34, Weston, Mass., Dec. 30.
Burgheimer W34, Rye, N.Y.,
Robert D. Burn W34, Farmington, Conn., a retired sales trainer with Executone; April 11.
Dr. Joseph G. Chusid C34 M38 GM42, Brookfield, Wisc., a retired neurologist; March 23.
Lewis G. Dutton W34, West Chester, Pa., Sept. 27, 1999.
Samuel Kalikman C34, Haddonfield, N.J., a retired attorney; April 9.
Ralph Bigelow Lourie Jr. W34, Madison, Wisc., March 23.
G. Willing Pepper C34, Media, Pa., former president of the Scott Paper Co.; April 21. He served on the board of the Fox Chase Cancer Center for 14 years. During the Second World War he was on board the USS Wasp when it was sunk during the Battle of Guadacanal in 1942; he received numerous military honors, including the Legion of Merit.
Arthur H. Preston W34, San Diego, a retired commercial realtor in Springfield and Hartford, Conn.; Jan. 11.
Alexander Sareyan W34, Bronxville, N.Y., retired executive director of the Mental Health Materials Center; April 2. He wrote The Turning Point: How Men of Conscience Brought About Change in the Care of Americas Mentally Ill (1990). He establish the countrys first National Mental Health Week, and he pioneered a national radio public-service series with Eleanor Roosevelt, and Helen Hayes, Laurence Olivier, and Vivienne Leigh as guest hosts.
Ida L. Woodford G34, Baltimore, Nov. 15, 1996.
Bernard W. Dickheiser C35, Wantagh, N.Y., April 18. He had been a court officer in the Manhattan civil division of the New York Supreme Court.
Charles R. Lamm W35, Palm Beach, Fla., April 11, 1999.
Dr. Richard Simson Lane D35, Indian Wells, Calif., a retired dentist; Feb. 26.
Alan R. McGarvey ChE35, Lancaster, Pa., a retired chemical engineer in the research laboratory of Armstrong World Industries; April 11.
Marion D. Oakley Ar35, Richmond, Va., a retired plant engineer for the old Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Virginia; May 2.
Elizabeth K. Patton Ed35 GEd42, Seminole, Fla., March 15.
Martha Reynolds Ed35, Morton, Pa., Oct. 1987.
Dr Arthur D. Sewall C35, Bridgeton, N.J., May 23, 1997.
Herbert G. Booth W36, Stamford, Conn., Sept. 18, 1991.
Dr. Robert M. Fairtile C36 D38, Sun City West, Ariz., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Fall River, Mass., for many years; May 10.
Dr. James H. Farrior GM36, Pascagoula, Ala., April 11, 1996.
John B. Grant W36, Raleigh, N.C., March 12, 1993.
Rebecca Needelman Segal Hurowitz Ed36 G38, Philadelphia, April 12, 1999.
Vance J. Magonel WEF36, New Cumberland, Pa., April 18.
Philip I. Margolis C36, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a founding partner of the accounting firm, Margolis and Co.; April 10. He was a former president of Congregation Mikvah Israel in Philadelphia, served on the board of the Annenberg Research Institute, the National Museum of Jewish History, and in Israel, the Technion Institute.
Conrad A. Sergott C36, Swampscott, Mass., June 2, 1991.
Martin H. Silberman G36, Philadelphia, a retired executive with the American Aniline and Extract Co.; April 19.
Joseph C. Hughes W37, Richmond, Va.
Henry J. Kauffman GEd37, Lancaster, Pa., retired professor of metalworking at Millersville University; May 23. An authority on Pennsylvania Dutch antiques, he was a co-founder of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and the Heritage Founders Museum of Lancaster County. Noted for his craft, he forged in copper, brass, iron, pewter, and silver: one piece, a sterling silver bowl, was exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art as an outstanding creation of the 20th century, and is now one of two of his pieces in the permanent collection of the Yale University Art Gallery. A prolific author, he wrote Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art (1946)still in print and said to be the seminal work on Pennsylvania Dutch antiquesand Early American Copper, Tin and Brass; Early American Gunsmiths, 1650-1850; The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle; American Ironware, Wrought and Cast; The Colonial Silversmith; and The American Farmhouse (1975). He worked at an old mechanical typewriter in his basement until two years ago, when he was 90 years old.
Benjamin S. Loewenstein L37, Philadelphia, a retired attorney with his fathers firm, Abrahams, Loewenstein & Bushman; May 13. Chair of the American Jewish Committee in the late 1950s and the 1960s, he was instrumental in breaking the anti-Semitic hiring and promotion practices of the major Philadelphia law firms. Concerned about bigotry against other minorities, he served on the Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission. He also had served as vice president of the managers of Haverford College.
John H. Lutz ChE37, Bremen, Maine, Dec. 24.
Charles R. Norberg G37, Washington, an international lawyer in private practice who had served as president of the D.C. Bicentennial Commission; April 9.
Kathryn R. Rodgers Ed37, Pittsburgh, Feb. 27, 2000.
Margaret S. Carney Ed38, Altoona, Pa., Sept. 11, 1999.
Alvin Friedman W38, Westport, Conn., Feb. 18.
Dorothy E. Hay Ed38, Sea Isle City, N.J., Jan. 9, 1992.
Ruth Taubman Vyner CW38, Pikesville, Md., Jan. 1.
Cecilia W. Ashton Ed39 GEd43, Tuscaloosa, Ala., June 5, 1998.
Dr. Morris Cohen C39, Hackensack, N.J., a retired private economic consultant; Jan. 1. Earlier he taught at the Brooklyn campus of Long Island University.
Mildred Liebman Goldstein Ed39, Glenside, Pa., Oct. 8, 1999.
John H. Haig W39, Delray Beach, Fla., retired general manager of the Ridgewood Paper Co.; May 2. He was a former president of the Philadelphia Aviation Club. At Penn he was a member of Mask & Wig, noted for his talents as a singer.
Joseph C. Head II W39, Stirling, N.J., March 18.
Sylvia T. Leeds CW39, Jamesburg, N.J., June 12, 2000.
William E. Lipsey WEv39, Largo, Fla., April 27.
Richard D. Messinger WG39, Salisbury, N.C., June 30, 1998.
Frederic Rosengarten Jr. WG39, Princeton, N.J., May 13, 1999.
Dr. Herbert F. Sudranski GM39, Roanoke, Va., a retired ophthalmologist with the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Salem; May 18.
Edward B. Chapin WG40, Minneapolis, July 16, 2000.
Walter J. Daly Jr. W40, Haverford, Pa., May 26. At Penn he played on the football team.
Elizabeth M. Deedy G40, Glen Ellen, Calif., Aug. 29, 1999.
Bernice Musselman DeHuff DH40, Dickinson, N.D., March 24, 1999.
Francis J. Gosling W40, Hamilton, Bermuda, Feb. 13.
Howard H. King WG40, Hampton, Va.
Norman P. Vernon W40, Tinton Falls, N.J., retired manager of sales-office services for the electrochemicals division of the DuPont Co. in Wilmington, Del.; May 5.
Barnett L. Ash C41, Cranbury, N.J., March 1, 1994.
Dr. Edward A. Bachhuber GM41, Mayville, Wisc., Jan. 8, 2000.
Elizabeth S. Betscher NEd41, Cincinnati, Feb. 1985.
Lucille H. Burkholder CW41, Phoenix, Dec. 15, 1998.
Frank N. Chirico G41, Gold Hill, N.C., Sept. 16, 1993.
Arthur I. Coleman Ch41, Broomall, Pa., Jan. 22, 1996.
Dr. Harry L. Colombo GM41, Montpelier, Vt., Nov. 1.
John T. Cumbler W41, Princeton, N.J., Aug. 3, 2000.
Alfred Dobrof D41, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., March 6.
R. Claire Frank G41, York, Pa., June 28, 1999.
Dr. Adriana Ramu Guzm·n PSW42, Rio Piedras, P.R., Jan. 30.
William J. Lawrence Jr. WEv41, Wilmington, Del., March 23.
Milton E. Lazarus W41, Claverack, N.Y., March 7.
Dr. Emanuel H. Malamed C41 D43, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., retired chair of periodontics at the Albert Einstein Medical Center who also had served as a clinical associate professor of periodontics at the University; May 9. He joined the faculty an associate instructor in 1957.
Richard S. Montgomery Ed41, New Holland, Pa., a retired architect; May 24. Among his projects were the old First Pennsylvania Bank building at 6th and Chestnuts streets and the Friends Hall nursing home at Jeanes Hospital in Philadelphia, and the arts center at the Lawrenceville School in New Jersey.
John C. Muend W41, Media, Pa., March 25, 2000.
Irwin Raker Ch41, Elizabethtown, Pa., Nov. 8.
Robert B. Speetles W41, Devon, Pa., Sept. 23, 2000.
Dr. Merrill A. Swiney III M41, Spring Lake, N.J., a retired obstetrician-gynecologist who served on the staff of Margaret Hague Maternity Hospital for 20 years; May 5.
Iva B. Thompson G41, Coronado, Calif., Nov. 1988.
Dr. Robert B. Weber C41 V43, Mechanicsburg, Pa., a retired veterinarian; May 3.
Melvin Abelove WEF42, State College, Pa., Jan. 10, 2000.
Norma Hana Cohn CW42, Boca Raton, Fla., Feb. 15, 2000.
Frank A. Cook ME42, Newark, Del., Feb. 23.
Lawrence J. Geoghegan WEv42, Washington, Feb. 22, 1999.
Dr. Victor J. Montilla GM42, San Juan, P.R., June 4, 1994.
Dr. Carlos A. Rojas Maldonado V42, Bogota, Feb. 1996.
Eldridge J. Waters GEd42, Wilmington, Del., retired principal of E.G. Shortlidge Elementary School; April 17.
Harry A. Wills Jr. W42, Barre, Vt., Jan. 5, 1998.
George A. Horkan Jr. C43, Upperville, Va., a retired attorney who had specialized in estate and tax law; April 10.
Robert I. Krinzman W43, North Miami Beach, Nov. 30, 1998.
Kevin OConnell W43, Boston, Oct. 15, 1997.
Sheldon Oliensis C43, New York, partner for over 30 years with the law firm of Kaye Scholer LLP; May 14. He was president of the New York City Bar Association, 1998-90, and chair of the New York City Conflicts of Interest Board, 1990-98.
Nancy Cross Rosenblatt Mu43 GEd53, Swarthmore, Pa., Nov. 2.
Dr. Lewis B. Walton Jr. Ar43, Gwynedd, Pa., a retired architect who had practiced in Deerfield, Ill., for over 35 years; April 4. He and his wife had helped found Lake Forest Friends Meeting in Illinois.
Albert W. Willard W43, Louisville, Ky., May 23. He had worked for General Electric for 40 years.
Vincent S. Boyer GME44, Haverford, Pa., an early leader in nuclear-reactor engineering and nuclear instrumentation; May 11. He was a past president of the American Nuclear Society.
Margaret M. Bunnell Ed44, Cranford, N.J., retired associate professor of nursing and director of the continuing-education program for nurses at Rutgers University; April 12.
Dr. Sanford A. Marcus M44 GM51, Daly City, Calif., April 2, 2000.
Howard E. Pomerantz W44, Brooklyn, N.Y., retired president of Victoria Vogue, Inc., a cosmetic manufacturer; Dec. 24.
Florence Kitlas Allard DH45, Stamford, Conn., a retired dental hygienist; May 16.
Rosalie Noble Gilles CW45, Perkasie, Pa., Feb. 27.
Barbara Semple Howell Ed45, Towson, Md., Feb. 25.
J. Scudder Boyd Jr. C46 G49, Greenwich, Conn., an independent filmmaker and photographer; April 11.
Helen Bischoff Dement FA46, Myrtle Point, Ore., June 16, 1998.
Mary Shaffer Morrow CW46, Oceanside, Calif., Jan. 2, 2000.
Dr. Mark W. Muir M46 GM50, Salt Lake City, a retired surgeon with the Latter Day Saints Hospital and Primary Childrens Medical Center; April 18. He was a past president of the medical staff of the hospital.
Dr. Glen W. Stevens V46, New Freedom, Pa., Feb. 28.
Elsie Hitchens Brenneman Ed47, Bridgewater Corners, Vt., Feb. 3. She taught in the Scarsdale (N.Y.) school system for 35 years.
Thomas J. Carley W47, Gibbsboro, N.J., retired regional sales manager for the John Manville Co. in Philadelphia; April 16.
Conway D. Judd C47, Walnut Creek, Calif., June 12, 1999.
Ethel S. Kaminsky Ed47, Philadelphia, Nov. 1980.
Grace B. Scully CCC47, Whiting, N.J., Oct. 19, 1995.
Joseph A. Tarr W47, Towson, Md., a retired tax manager with the old Ernst & Ernst; May 27. Retiring in 1979, he set up his own firm and retired again in 1988. But he still had clients and worked on their tax returns until April 15 of this year.
William J. Bonner WEv48, Quarryville, Pa., retired associate comptroller with Campbell Soup Co. in Camden, N.J.; May 12.
Dwight Collmus WG48, Frederick, Md., Jan. 26, 1999.
Frank J. Hoffelt GFA48, Columbus, Ohio, dean and professor in the illustration division of the Columbus College of Art and Design; May 22.
Dr. Jerome A. Revello GEd48, Brigantine, N.J., April 8.
Joseph F. Tilghman L48, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a retired executive with PNC Bank; April 10.
Dr. Glen L. Tischer Gr48, Cambridge, Mass.; Dec. 16, 1998.
Sara E. Weaver Ed48, Boynton Beach, Fla., June 1985.
Sam G. Adler Jr. W49, Twin Falls, Idaho, March 2.
Mona Mark Baylson CW49, Wynnewood, Pa., retired executive director of Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El; May 10.
Dr. Mary Cregar Berwick Gr49, Wallingford, Pa., a medical librarian in Penns School of Medicine from 1972 to 1992; May 21. She had earlier taught in the Department of Pathology, but interrupted her career to have a family.
Norman E. Diehl GEd49, Elizabethtown, Pa., retired principal of Elizabethtown Elementary School; May 12.
Ervin Diner C49, Havertown, Pa., Feb. 8, 2000.
Margaret H. Donnelly Nu49, Springfield, Pa.
Florence A. Farny Ed49, Paramus, N.J., Feb. 26, 1998.
Wallace L. Harrison G49, Williamsburg, Va., July 26, 1995.
Dr. Harold E. Harvey GM49, Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 10, 2000.
Joanna Turner Lawrie WG49, Denver, Nov. 7, 1994.
Mitchell Pomerantz W49, Boynton Beach, Fla., Feb. 16.
George E. Ransom Jr. ME49, Wayne, N.J., a retired engineer who practiced in Paterson for many years; May 3.
Walter Schreiber W49, White Plains, N.Y., Oct. 1996.
Dr. Walter L. Bethel Gr50, Philadelphia, Dec. 19, 1992.
Edwin M. Gilberg W50, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a retired executive with Nannette Manufacturing Co., producer of childrens wear; May 7. He later served as executive director of the old New Jersey-Israel Chamber of Commerce, and was instrumental in establishing cooperative MBA and study programs between Rutgers University and Ben-Gurion University. He twice served as president of Congregation Beth Am Israel in Penn Valley.
Kathryne June Earhart Herbert Nu50, Billings, Mont., April 21.
Irving M. Jaffe W50, West Hartford, Conn., retired owner of a credit bureau; May 5.
Robert N. Kadowaki WG50, Honolulu, July 15, 1999.
Vaughn D. Kahle C50, Topeka, Kans.
Richard B. Kern C50, Wallingford, Pa., Feb. 23.
Rai Y. Okamoto Ar50, San Francisco, July 7, 1993.
Thomas W. Powell C50, Ardmore, Pa., a retired financial analyst with Unisys Corp.; April 21.
Joseph E. Saunders W50, Fayetteville, Pa., retired controller for the Paige Electric Co. in Union, N.J.; May 15. He had served as treasurer of Far Hills, N.J.
Louis J. Steigerwald Jr. W50, De Witt, N.Y., retired president of Cathedral Candle Co., reputedly the countrys oldest family candle company; April 27. At Penn he was business manager of the Yearbook, and a member of Alpha Tau Omega, Kite & Key, and Sphinx.
Stanley R. Stein W50, Silver Spring, Md., May 6, 1996.
Du Ray E. Stromback GME50, Henderson, Nev., June 19, 1998.
Thomas C. Breen Jr. L51, Stevensville, Md., a retired financial officer with International Bank in Washington; April 9.
Charles A. Burleigh WEv51, Wilmington, Del., March 4, 1992.
Dr. Charles M. Hepner V51, West Newton, Pa., Dec. 22, 1999.
Clifton F. Hoffman Ar51, York, Pa., March 24.
John T. Kreasky ChE51, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., April 13, 1998.
Robert F. Maguire L51, Lansdowne, Pa., Dec. 17, 1998.
Jerome Melamed WG51, Philadelphia, retired director of staff relations for the Philadelphia School Board; April 12. He founded the Philadelphia chapter of the Industrial Relations Research Association. And for many years he was president of the Greater Philadelphia Dog Fanciers Association.
Louis C. Pulvermacher L51, Long Boat Key, Fla., an attorney; May 7.
Joseph K. Reese WEv51, Lafayette Hill, Pa., March 25.
Haldor R. Reinholt C51, Blue Bell, Pa., Jan. 1, 1998.
William D. Thorpe Jr. C51, Philadelphia, Oct. 24, 2000.
Robert B. Adcock Ar52, Cheltenham, Pa., April 12.
Anne McGee Brown CW52, Ventnor City, N.J., March 5.
Dr. Aureo Calderon GM52, Mexico, March 1982.
Donald W. Davis W52, Camp Hill, Pa., Dec. 17.
David Diperstein W52, Dresher, Pa., Feb. 14.
Joseph B. Everman WEv52, Philadelphia, June 22, 2000.
Lewis Fine W52, Boca Raton, Fla., Jan. 27, 1993.
Concetta Gallo Granese Ed52 GEd54, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., March 19.
Richard Helm WEv52, Wallingford, Pa., Sept. 2000.
William M. Hess WEv52, Aldan, Pa., Jan. 31, 2000.
Guido Inforzato CCC52, East Goshen, Pa., a former regional sales manager for Unisys Corp.; May 20.
P. Timothy Madison WG52, North Hampton, N.H., April 2, 2000.
F. Louise Prage Nu52, Indianapolis, May 28. She taught nursing education at Ball State University from 1975 to 1987.
Dr. Charles O. Rose M52, Bryn Mawr, Pa., retired chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Riddle Memorial Hospital; May 21. He also served on the staffs of Bryn Mawr and Lankenau hospitals.
Loretta Lehman Sander SW52, Ocean City, N.J., retired social worker for the Camden Home for Children; Oct. 6, 2000.
Ted R. Trilling EE52 GEE63, Doylestown, Pa., March 7.
Robert G. Wagoner EE52, Sedona, Ariz., Nov. 21, 1999. He had worked for RCA for 32 years.
Dr. Ben P. Estes GM53, Granbury, Tex., Oct. 14, 1998.
William A. Fritz Jr. CCC53, Media, Pa., a retired marine engineer with the U.S. Naval Boiler and Turbine Laboratory at the old Philadelphia Naval Yards; May 18.
Dr. Saul S. Leshner Gr53, Elkins Park, Pa., Dec. 22, 1995.
Dr. Donald Daniel Dorfman C54, Iowa City, professor of psychology and professor of radiology at the University of Iowa; April 15. His work on signal-detection theory was widely used, most recently in cancer research.
Lloyd E. Gaddy EE54, Manitou Springs, Colo., Sept. 10, 2000.
James J. Hughes Jr. W54 WG59, Skillman, N.J., retired executive director of the New Jersey Economic Development Authority; April 23. He was the founding president of the National Council of Development Finance Agencies.
Earl L. Mayberry GEd54, Pottstown, Pa., retired professor of music at Kutztown University; April 17.
Chester A. Colvin Jr. WG55, San Francisco, June 1, 1998.
William J. Kunze WEv55, Somers Point, N.J., a retired vice president of Beneficial Bank; Dec. 22.
Hon. Joseph H. Stanziani L55, Norristown, Pa., April 11.
Thomas H. Campbell WEv56, Elizabethtown, Pa., a retired foreman who had served for 40 years in the Philadelphia refinery of Gulf Oil Corp.; May 7.
Charles E. OConnor L56, Philadelphia, a retired attorney who had specialized in estates and wills; April 13. He also served as jury commissioner for the Court of Common Pleas.
William C. Bergmann WG57, Southampton, Pa., May 17, 2000.
Charles Futcher WEv57, Lewes, Del., June 4, 1999.
Col. Joyce E. Gillespie Nu57 GEd59, Norristown, Pa., April 11.
Morton Kanefsky EE57, Philadelphia, former professor of electrical engineering at the University of Pittsburgh; May 6.
Allan Katz W57 L60, Gladwyne, Pa., a prominent Philadelphia tax attorney and financial planner; May 21. Coming from a grim upbringinghis mother had died when he was one year old and his father when he was fivehe worked his way through Wharton by working at a number of jobs, including as soda jerk, short-order cook, and manager of his uncles pharmacy.
S. Philip Klein L57, Bridgewater, N.J., April 26.
Don A. Mershon C57, Bethlehem, Pa., May 23.
Donald R. Pfarr WG57, Phoenix, Md., Sept. 12.
Dr. James R. Rittenhouse Gr57, Elizabethtown, Pa., a chemist at Lancaster Laboratories; April 25. He had earlier retired as a senior research scientist with Armstrong World Industries. He held U.S. and British patents for plastic-lined bottle caps.
Dr. William G. Stone V57, Broomall, Pa., a veterinarian; April 1.
Evan S. Gailey W58, Estero, Fla., retired owner of the Mueller Packaging Co. in Wilmington, N.C.; May 19.
Dr. Phillip W. Hall M58 GM62, Daytona Beach, Fla., Jan. 3, 1991.
Esther K. Pflieger GEd58, Media, Pa., Sept. 27, 2000.
Dr. Hubert Swartout GM58, Estes Park, Colo., Sept. 26, 2000.
Sylvia Collins Nu59, Philadelphia, a nursing advocate for the underserved and minority groups with the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging; May 2. She helped design health-promotion programs at senior centers, especially ones focusing on the elderly poor among the citys African American, Latino, and Asian populations.
Dr. Nellie R. Harris Gr59, The Dalles, Ore., Jan. 7, 1999.
Alan W. Huxley WEv59, Hatboro, Pa., July 21, 1994.
Donald R. Kurtz GEE59, Spring City, Pa., Oct. 13.
Dr. Sheldon I. Schlesinger Gr59, Hightstown, N.J.
Paul J. Heaney WG60, Washington, a retired financial analyst with the Securities and Exchange Commission; March.
Arthur Andrews WEv61, Orlando, Fla., Nov. 1971.
Dr. Manuel Avila CGS61 Gr65, Malvern, Pa., retired professor of economics at Villanova University; April 23.
Norma J. Dawson Nu61 GNu72, Springfield, Pa., emeritus professor of nursing at Widener University; April 22. In 1984 she received a Lindback award for distinguished teaching.
Myrl W. Greene GEd61, Folsom, Pa., March 1, 1999.
Ferdinand J. Guida CGS61, Philadelphia, June 26, 1996.
Donald W. Iffland Ed61 G63, Ardmore, Pa., March 26, 2000.
Marylou S. Kieffer CW61, Olean, N.Y., Oct. 1, 1999.
Dr. Katharine Dealy Newman Gr61, Encinitas, Calif., founder of the Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature in the United States; May 24.
Alice D. Pierson CW61, Brookings, Ore., Aug. 13, 1999.
H. Michael Abeloff GCP62, Hurleyville, N.Y., April 26.
Charles J. Donahue GEE62, Downingtown, Pa., Feb. 28, 1998.
Dr. Howard Kahane Gr62, Mill Valley, Calif., former professor of philosophy at Baruch College in New York; May 2. Concerned to rid logic of the mathematical rigor it developed last century and make it readily useful, he wrote Logic and Contemporary Rhetoric: The Use of Reason in Everyday Life (1971)in preparation for a ninth edition at the time of his death. The book popularized critical thinking or informal logic, and led to the setting up of critical-thinking courses in the philosophy and English departments of many American colleges. As raw material he took politicians speeches, newspaper editorials and cartoons, advertisements, and school textbooks, analyzing them to show faulty reasoning and bias: his aim was to improve reasoning about everyday political and social issues and raise the level of political discussion. He never disguised his own biases, advising students to remember, when examining President Nixons pronouncements on the American invasion of Cambodia or the Watergate scandal, Nixons record as a shady liar, and scorning the belief that the great wealth of Vice President Nelson Rockefeller ensured his impartiality.
Francis J. Kramer W62, Philadelphia, June 23, 1997.
L. Virginia Tressler Morrow Nu62, Mechanicsburg, Pa., March 24.
Frank A. Pavlik WEF62, Reading, Pa., Dec. 10, 1993.
Amelia D. Roselli CGS62, Deltona, Fla., Aug. 22, 1992.
Dr. Lawrence H. Snow GM62, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a former clinical professor of psychiatry at the University, who taught here from 1979 to 1984; May 4. He also was an attending psychiatrist at the old Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital and later the Horsham Clinic. And he trained and supervised analysts for the old Philadelphia Academy of Psychoanalysis.
Daniel W. Starrett W62, Wilton, Conn., March 21, 1997.
Walter B. Summer GME62, Moorestown, N.J., Jan. 1, 1985.
Peter L. Svenson W62, Pompano Beach, Fla., Jan. 25.
David S. Cate C63, San Fernando, Calif., Nov. 21.
Prof. Mimi Comings Lobell CW63 GAr66, New York, professor of architecture at the Pratt Institute; April 7.
John W. Pfeifer W63, Deerfield Beach, Fla., Aug. 18, 1998.
Francis J. Rauh WEv63, Philadelphia, March 27, 1998.
Barbara Sternberg G63, Philadelphia, Feb. 10, 1994.
Herbert W. Vanaman Jr. GEE63, South Jordan, Utah, Dec. 23, 1999.
Richard J. Watson GAr63, Baltimore, Feb. 2, 1996.
Dr. Charles D. Engle G64, Berwyn, Pa., March 6, 1999.
Peter J. Kaplan W64, New York, co-chief executive officer of National Media Group, Inc., a sports-marketing firm for Fortune 500 companies; Jan. 18, 2000. He worked to help the NBA and the NHL expand internationally, and represented a number of sports-broadcasting personalities. He is survived by his wife, Sally Grueskin Kaplan CW72.
Sydney Baron WEv65, Philadelphia, July 18, 1999.
Rosetta Mumford Davis SW65, Baltimore, a retired social worker in city schools; April 8.
Dr. John G. Edwards D65, Charlotte, N.C., a retired orthodontist; May 24. He was an instructor in the dental-residency program at the University of North Carolina. And he served as a referee editor of the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics from 1971 to 1998. After retiring he volunteered at the Shelter Dental Clinic for the Homeless.
Anne D. Emmons GEd65, Bryn Mawr, Pa., March 1996.
James L. Ruth WEF65, Wernersville, Pa., a retired vice president of purchasing for Berkshire Knitting Mills; Feb. 10.
George E. Shelton WG65, San Francisco, Nov. 17, 1992.
Dr. Donald D. Carmelite Gr66, Canonsburg, Pa., Sept. 14, 1999.
Col. Albert E. Joy WG66, Alexandria, Va., former director of budget and financial planning for the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission; April 9.
Katherine T. McCorkle SW66, Mehoopany, Pa., Jan. 18, 1999.
Dr. Jonathan A. Tenzer D66 GD69, Bethlehem, Pa., May 13.
Victor J. Ault WEF67, Camp Hill, Pa., Nov. 11, 1997.
David T. Kilvington WEv67, Wilmington, Del., Dec. 24.
Margaret Scott Orner Nu67, Las Vegas, April 11, 1997.
Dr. Maureen A. Dietz (Sr. Marie Lizette) GrEd68, Providence, R.I., retired professor and chair of the science-education department at the Australian Catholic University in Melbourne; May 17. She had served on the faculty at the University of Maryland (1970-77) and taught at Penn, 1964-69.
Samuel J. DiRoberto G68, Doylestown, Pa., March 20, 1998.
Douglas C. Freeler SW68, Ocala, Fla., Feb. 1987.
Constance Garner Nu68, Norristown, Pa., April 25, 1997.
Dr. Calvin R. Jackson GEE68, Asbury Park, N.J., March 16, 1994.
Joel M. Martel W68, New York, Jan. 8, 2000.
Herbert E. Bowers WEv69, Malvern, Pa., retired vice president of residential mortgages with First Union Bank; April 14.
Leah W. Spector SW69, Phoenixville, Pa., April 2, 1999.
W. Thomas Tither Jr. L69, Philadelphia, March 10.
Suzanne L. Zappasodi CW69 G70, College Park, Md., an English and social-studies teacher at Tall Oaks Vocational High School; May 7.
Jonathan P. Altman C70 WG75, Scarborough, N.Y., founder of Milton Partners, an arbitrage firm in Greenwich, Conn.; Oct. 26. The first annual Jonathan Altman Golf Tournament to raise for money diabetes research was held at Mount Kisco Country Club in May.
Dr. Willard F. Conger C70 M74, Arlington, Va., Oct. 1995.
Mary F. Costello WG70, Hamilton, N.J., May 22, 2000.
Gerald G. Goode GCP70, Philadelphia, June 11, 1998.
Dr. Charlotte V. Lord Gr70, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., June 19, 2000.
Nancy Jones Haynes CW71, Rome, N.Y., April 14. She worked for the New York state labor department for the last 10 years.
Carl S. Kapanke C71, Mattapoisett, Mass., Aug. 12, 1995.
James R. McClure WG71, Mechanicsburg, Pa., owner of Rogele, Inc.; April 3.
Jordan Taylor WG71, Vienna, a senior vice president of Bank Austria Creditanstalt; Jan. 6.
Richard L. Corinotis G72, Westbury, N.Y., Feb. 28, 1995.
William F. Costello WG72, Brookhaven, Pa., Feb. 4, 2000.
Dr. James S. Effren D72, Plantation, Fla., a retired dentist; May 7.
John A. Yensko C73, Brooklyn, N.Y., June 2, 1999.
Dr. William H. Pfeffer Jr. D74, Hanover, Pa., a dentist who had maintained a practice there for 25 years; May 14.
Rev. Jeffrey M. Roberts W74, Temecula, Calif., April 4. He was an ordained elder of the United Methodist Church, and served several churches in Northern Illinois.
Karen A. Brahms W75, New York, Oct. 23, 2000.
Robert J. Bucola C75, Anaheim, Calif., an environmental geologist who worked in the Las Vegas area; April 8. He had earlier worked as an exploration geologist in oil-fields work with Getty Oil and Occidental Oil.
Dr. Barbara Liggett Gr75, Erwinna, Pa., Jan. 22, 1993.
John H. Nessenthaler II CGS75, Bradenton, Fla., Dec. 19, 1999.
Charles N. Nye WG75, Excelsior, Minn., co-owner of a metal stamping and fabricating firm in New Hope; May 1. He was instrumental in setting up the Fairview- University Brain Tumor Center in Minneapolis.
Dr. Larry E. Quackenbush Gr75, Auburn, Calif., May 1986.
Charles L. Dunleavy WEv76, Philadelphia, June 15, 1998.
Paul E. McGuire C77, Hammondsport, N.Y., Dec. 31, 1997.
Russell A. Puricelli WEv77, Dawson, Ga., Dec. 5.
Rev. Charles H. Riley WEv77, Grand Island, Neb., Dec. 15, 1997.
Joel S. Friedland WG78, Chicago, Jan. 15, 1999.
Dr. Susan Quentzel Goldberg C78, Martinsville, N.J., a dentist who had practiced for 18 years with her father in Jersey City; April 21.
Escolita H. Adams WEv79, Philadelphia, March 9, 1995.
Samuel P. Cohen G79, Brooklyn, N.Y., Nov. 2, 1997.
Raymond E. Ruland G79, Erdenheim, Pa., a professor of the sciences at the Community College of Philadelphia; May 11.
Kenneth G. Vaughn L80, New York, April 9.
Sarah J. Oldroyd C81, Philadelphia, Aug. 15, 1994.
Debra J. Goldsmith L85 WG85, Pacific Palisades, Calif., a business consultant who specialized in mergers and acquisitions; April 11.
Dr. Ida Gartrell Peterson GrEd83, Glenside, Pa., April 11, 1999.
Christopher J. Barham WG89, Falls Church, Va., retired senior operations officer in the Latin American and Caribbean department of the World Bank; May 3.
David L. Newcomer WG89, Westfield, N.J., vice president of administration for Equitable Life Assurance; May 28.
Lawrence A. Syriotis W89, Venice, Calif., Aug. 27, 1998.
Peter M. Hewlett CGS90, Philadelphia, March 11, 1996.
Janet C. Grow WEv91, Philadelphia, May 3.
Debra Anne Parrish Slikkerveer WG91, Colleyville, Tex., May 11.
Lyle D. Lutton GP93, Tulsa, Okla., Jan. 25.
Thomas Fred Marsh SW93, Greenacres, Wash., Oct. 2, 1994.
Elaine M. Burns CGS94, Philadelphia, March 5, 1997.
Helen Horton Peterson G95, Timonium, Md., a former systems engineer and analyst with IBM; April 22.
Alexander S. Barone GAr96, Brooklyn, N.Y., May 26, 1996.
Dr. Feng Huang Gr01, Nanjing, China.
Dr. Mary Cregar Berwick. See Class of 1949.
Dr. Maureen A. Dietz (Sr. Marie Lizette). See Class of 1968.
Dr. Brian V. Jegasothy, Pittsburgh, chair of dermatology at the University of Pittsburgh from 1987 to 1999; April. He had earlier taught at Penn.
Dr. Emanuel H. Malamed. See Class of 1941.
George W. Qualls, Philadelphia, emeritus professor of architecture; May 12. He came to Penn as professor of architecture in 1952 and retired in 1990. A partner in the firm of Geddes, Brecher, Qualls & Cunningham, he and his firm designed the Moore School in 1956. He also designed the Philadelphia Police Administration building (the Roundhouse), the Wyndham Philadelphia Hotel, and the old SmithKline office building, and some renovations to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Dr. Lawrence H. Snow. See Class of 1962.
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