August W. Casper Mu07, Cambridge, Wash., Oct. 1980.
Ethel Stubbs Mu07, Kingstree, S.C., Aug. 1984.
Linnaeus B. Earhart Ed18, Ashland, Ohio, Dec. 1, 1980.
Henry Heuer Jr. C19, Exeter, N.H., June 1978.
William T. Pringle Jr. W19, Warminster, Pa., April 3, 1988.
Graham W. Long II WEv20, West Chester, Pa., Dec. 1987.
James A. Royer Ar20, Camp Hill, Pa., April 1980.
Philip M. Alden C21, Lititz, Pa., Feb. 4, 1998.
John M. Dohmen CE21, Lebanon, Pa., Dec. 1985.
Mary Gregg Greiner Ed21, Titusville, Fla., Jan. 30, 1996.
Herman Goldman WEv23, Philadelphia, Dec. 27, 1989.
William E. Riemenschneider Ar23, Detroit, Nov. 1979.
John F. Prindible Ar25, Fort Pierce, Fla., Dec. 1983.
Joseph R. Applebaum W26 L29, Pitman, N.J., an attorney; Aug. 1975.
Capt. Anargyros E. Camarinos W26, Athens, a retired judge advocate in the U.S. Marine Corps; Jan. 21.
Col. Logan Clarke W26, Honolulu, July 1987.
Alexander J. Garofalo W26, Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., Jan. 16, 1988.
Miriam L. Rafeld Ed26, Seminole, Fla., Feb. 21.
Abbott F. Riehle ME26, Scottsdale, Ariz., June 1973.
Samuel J. Abraham W27, Elizabeth, N.J., an attorney; April 1976.
Isabelle Kendrick Bodine Ed27, Marietta, Ga., April 26, 1994.
Dr. MiguČl SaČnz de PipaŰn D28, Madrid, a retired dentist; Oct. 8, 1998.
Ruth Johnston Simmons Ed28, Ocean City, N.J., retired teacher of Latin and English at Cape May High School; April 2.
Elsie T. Steinberg Ed28, Ventnor City, N.J., Dec. 27, 1999.
L. Murray Cronlund ChE29, Susquehanna, Pa., Jan. 26, 1998.
Thomas Ferguson Jr. WEv29, Newark, Del., Feb. 21.
Dr. Gilbert W. Benjamin C30, Annapolis, Md., May 20, 1992.
A. Alfred Cohen C30, Lake Worth, Fla., Dec. 23, 1994.
Florence M. Kaufman Ed31, Greensburg, Pa., Nov. 10, 1999.
Dr. Irving Kossack C31, Floral Park, N.Y., a retired physician; March 7, 2001.
Dr. Donald N. Koster C31 GEd32 Gr42, Whitney Point, N.Y., Sept. 21, 2000.
Dr. Philip M. Gottlieb C32 M35, Media, Pa., a retired head of the allergy department at the former Jewish Hospital, now the Albert Einstein Medical Center; April 18. He had also maintained a private practice in Philadelphia for many years. An early specialist in allergies, he co-wrote a seminal textbook, Allergy; and he taught at Penns medical school and Temples. He was a past president of the American College of Allergists.
James B. Hosmer W32, Gladwyne, Pa., Sept. 21, 2001.
Harold B. G. Bickell Ed33, Des Moines, Nov. 29, 1999.
Alice Baylin Brazina Ed33 GEd62, Wynnewood, Pa., Jan. 1, 2000.
Anna M. Conner Ed33, Daytona Beach, Fla., Dec. 1990.
Ethelind C. De Carion Ed33 G36, Ida Grove, Iowa, Feb. 1, 2001.
Robert P. Diskan WEv33, Chicago, April 28, 1988.
Ellsworth H. Dunger W33, Palm Springs, Calif., Dec. 1983.
Annette Ziebis Furtek Ed33, Vineland, N.J., Dec. 2, 1999.
Jeanette Feldman Levin Ed33 PSW39, Elkins Park, Pa., Jan. 13, 1999.
Benjamin J. Mark W33, Chadds Ford, Pa., Aug. 7, 1999.
Dr. Carl G. Schamu D33, Liverpool, N.Y., a dentist who retired in 1977 after 44 years in practice; Feb. 23. He was a past president of the Syracuse Dental Society, and had served as president of the Liverpool school board. He is survived by his sons, Walter G. Schamu C66 GAr66 and Dr. Carl W. Schamu D68.
Ritchie W. Steck WEv33, Philadelphia, Dec. 11, 1999.
Benjamin H. Steinberg W33, King of Prussia, Pa., Jan. 1, 1997.
Fr. Robert H. Stetler W33, Philadelphia, retired rector of St. Albans Episcopal Church in Roxborough from 1945 to 1978; March 8. He also served as chaplain to Roxborough Memorial Hospital.
Marshall T. Walls W33, Binghamton, N.Y., retired partner of the Walls, Heiss & Walls Insurance Agency; March 29. He is survived by his son Sherwood M. Walls WG72 and daughter-in-law Anne Normile Walls Nu70.
John A. R. Welsh L33, Mifflintown, Pa., an attorney; Dec. 5, 1996.
William G. Westphal C33, Cherry Hill, N.J., Aug. 1989.
Raymond F. Zaber WEv33, Whiting, N.J., April 8, 1994.
Dr. Louis Feinstein Ch34 G39, Delray Beach, Fla., a retired research administrator with the U.S. Department of Agriculture; January 18. He is survived by his son, Henry M. Feinstein W68.
Miriam Liss Kato Ed34, Margate City, N.J., March 16, 1999.
John F. J. McLernan W34, Spring, Tex., July 24, 2000.
Theodore Ries W34, Lincoln Park, N.J., Feb. 20.
Dr. Samuel Rifkin GM34, Jericho, N.Y., a retired surgeon; March 19, 1991.
Jerome L. Surkin W34, Boca Raton, Fla., April 19, 1996.
Robert L. Trescher W34 L37 Hon82, Gladwyne, Pa., former chair, senior partner, and recently counsel to the Philadelphia law firm of Montgomery, McCracken, Walker & Rhoads, who was an emeritus trustee of the University; April 10. A former chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, he was a fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the American College of Trial Lawyers, and a former vice-chair of the ABAs Commission on Standards of Judicial Administration and a former chair of the Standing Committee on the Federal Judiciary. A past vice-chair of the Trustees of the University, he was also chair emeritus of the board of overseers of the Universitys Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, and a former chair of the board of overseers of the Law School. He also was a past president of the law-alumni association, and served as chair of the development fund of the Law School from 1955-65. Robert Trescher received the Universitys Alumni Award of Merit in 1959, the Law Schools distinguished-service award in 1979, and was the first recipient of the Marian Angell Godfrey Boyer Medal for Distinguished Service to the University Museum.
Alice M. Wiemann Ed34, Philadelphia, Oct. 4, 2001.
Dr. Peter L. De Benneville C35 Gr40, Philadelphia, Aug. 11, 1996.
Francis A. Sunderland W35, Castle Pines, Colo., Feb. 21.
William C. Watts L35, Philadelphia, an attorney; Dec. 1966.
Edwin G. Brower W36, Jenkintown, Pa., April 27, 2001.
Frank Daido WEF36, Wilkes Barre, Pa.
Albert Doh W36, Mount Laurel, N.J., Nov. 23, 2001.
Herman Epstein G36, Gwynn Oak, Md., April 9, 2001.
Edward G. Hoch Jr. EE36, Hatboro, Pa., Jan. 24.
Mervin Leen W36, North Dartmouth, Mass., March 16, 1997.
Robert M. McGredy W36, Newtown Square, Pa., Oct. 23, 2001.
Dr. Philip R. Myers M36, San Mateo, Calif., a retired physician; Sept. 26, 2001.
Robert R. Rorke W36, Moorestown, N.J., a retired sales-promotion manager in the plastics division of Rohm & Haas in Philadelphia; March 31.
Stanley Solms W36, Elkins Park, Pa., May 30, 1996.
Dr. Jack Zornow C36 D40, Coconut Creek, Fla., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Queens, N.Y., for over 50 years; March 18.
Thomas J. Brobson WG37, Alexandria, Va., Dec. 2001.
Lt.Col. Newton M. Burgner G37, Lebanon, Pa., March 8, 1998.
Dr. H. Craig Bell M38, North Wales, Pa., a retired psychiatrist who had served on the staff of Abington Memorial Hospital from 1944 to 1977, where he had established a separate floor for psychiatric patients, and who had maintained a private practice in Abington from 1960 to 1995; Feb. 26. He reportedly worked his way through medical school as a car salesman, a painter, and a newspaper reporter. A fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Bell served on the board of Jeanes Hospital and was a past president of the Montgomery County Medical Society. He was an instructor in psychiatry and neurology at the University from 1940 to 1969.
E. Perot Walker C38, Philadelphia, a teacher, chiefly of history and English literature, at Chestnut Hill Academy from 1948 to 1989; April 7.
Charles B. West WEv38, Lititz, Pa., Oct. 19, 2001.
Dr. Conger Williams GM38, Kilmarnock, Va., Nov. 20, 1993.
Thomas J. Edwards WEv39, Ardmore, Pa., retired co-owner of the Penn Precision Manufacturing Co. in Philadelphia; Dec. 7, 1998.
Thomas Guy Greaves Jr. W39, Charlotte, N.C., Nov. 27, 2000.
Dr. Leslie P. Haefele GM39, West Hollywood, Calif., Feb. 4, 2000.
Alice Taylor Harte G39, Phoenix, Dec. 9, 1999.
Edward D. Kerns WEv39, Bensalem, Pa., April 8, 1999.
Dr. Samuel D. Kron C39 GM48, Miami Beach, retired chair of surgery at the old Mount Sinai Hospital in South Philadelphia; Feb. 26. He also served on the surgical staffs of Penns Medical School and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and Pennsylvania Hospital. He served as a volunteer surgeon with Project Hope, a nonprofit that conducted medical training and healthcare education in developing countries, and undertook three tours on the SS Hope, the worlds first peacetime hospital ship, in the 1960s. A patron of the arts in Philadelphia in the 1970s and early 1980s, he maintained a gallery in his home and exhibited works by local and international artists.
Dr. Karol I. Andreve D40 GD48, Rochester, N.Y., a retired dentist; Dec. 24, 1998.
Myrtle Gardner Block Ed40, Irvine, Calif., April 19, 1999.
Lloyd H. Buchanan W40, Swanton, Md., Feb. 10.
Dorothy G. Coyle WEv40, Sharon Hill, Pa., Jan. 31, 2001.
Chandler Gillespie WEv40, Gladwyne, Pa., Jan. 20, 2001.
Allen H. Krause L40, Lebanon, Pa., an attorney; March 29, 2001.
Grayson W. Maule W40, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., May 20, 2001.
Dr. Irving E. Gruber D41, Stone Ridge, N.Y.; a retired dentist; Feb. 2001.
Trevor M. Harding WEF41, Dallas, Pa., Jan. 19, 1999.
John A. Horton W41, Warren, R.I., March 13.
Robert P. Leof C41, King of Prussia, Pa., Nov. 12, 1996.
Virginia W. Nicholson OT41, Lilburn, Ga., June 27, 1997.
J. Walter Pearson Jr. WEv41, Marlton, N.J., July 10, 1997.
Charles M. Swalm C41, Ambler, Pa., Jan. 19, 2000.
Charles C. Woodward WG41, Waco, Tex., Aug. 8, 1996.
Richard H. Blodgett W42, Boca Raton, Fla., Aug. 22, 1997.
Virginia W. Godfrey Ed42, Pitman, N.J., Feb. 11.
Eugene B. Goodman C42, Williamsburg, Va., a corporate executive and successful plaintiff in a landmark age-discrimination case; Feb. 9. In 1975 he sued Heublein Inc.; a jury awarded punitive damages in his favor four years later and it survived appeal in 1981. He appeared in court pro se, as he then could no longer afford a lawyer. For the next two decades he spent most of his time consulting, giving legal advice and emotional support to others suffering age or sex discrimination in the workplace. He rowed crew at Penn.
J. Trus Hayes Jr. C42, Dillon, S.C., an attorney; July 1995.
Lt.Col. John R. Houck W42, Beaumont, Calif., April 23, 2001.
Louis B. Kreider W42, Youngstown, Ohio, a self-employed realtor for more than 52 years; Oct. 14, 2001. With his father, he developed Forest Glenn Estates in Boardman and he co-founded the Boardman News.
Dr. Roland A. Loeb M42, Lancaster, Pa., a retired pathologist; Sept. 27, 1999.
Ruth Onstott Palanica Ed42, Glen Mills, Pa., March 23, 2000.
Robert T. Reisse ChE42, Jenkintown, Pa., Oct. 20, 2001.
Alvin W. Watson C42, Miami, May 21, 1994.
Julian M. Weigle W42, Bettendorf, Iowa, March 2.
Col. A. Sidney Williams Jr. C42, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired infantry officer in the U.S. Army; Jan. 13. Retiring after a 24-year career in the Army, he later worked in public relations for the University, the Shipley School, and Paoli Memorial Hospital. His military decorations included the Bronze Star Medal with oak-leaf cluster, the Purple Heart, the Army Commendation Medal, and the Combat Infantry Badge.
Russell J. Charles WEF43, Etters, Pa.
Dr. Lee W. Derrer V43, Orland Park, Ill., a retired veterinarian who had maintained a practice there with his veterinarian father from 1946 to 1974; Dec. 23.
Beatrice G. Kish Ed43, Philadelphia, Feb. 27, 2001.
Dr. Robert C. Prall M43, Austin, Tex., former professor of child psychiatry and retired director of childrens services at the old Eastern Pennsylvania Psychiatric Institute; Feb. 19. His most recent book was The Rights of Children in Separation and Divorce: An Essential Handbook for Parents. He was historian and videographer for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.
Morton Surkin ChE43, Syosset, N.Y., July 9, 1999.
Michael Galan C44, Philadelphia, Dec. 15.
Dr. John T. Latimer W44, Fairfield, Ohio, retired professor of law at Miami University in Oxford; Feb. 28.
George A. Long Jr. W44, York, Pa., Oct. 26, 1999.
Dr. Seymour Rickles C44, Altamonte Springs, Fla., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Miami; April 3, 2001.
Samuel Simons C44, Watertown, Mass., Feb. 4, 1999.
Rose Allen Ed45, Phoenix.
Alfredo I. Mogollon W45, Cartagena, Colombia.
Irene Quinlan Mullen CW45, Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jan. 6, 1998.
Toby S. Wexler CW45, Philadelphia, July 15, 2001.
Frances N. Callahan OT46, Atlanta, Feb. 20, 1999.
Charles A. Casmus Jr. C46, Montgomery, Ala., April 13, 1999.
Dr. Eugene E. Doll Gr46, Jefferson City, Tenn., Jan. 1, 2000.
Helen Ferguson Hudson CW46, Columbus, N.J., Oct. 22, 2000.
Dorothy Boyle Joyce CW46, Norwood, Pa., Aug. 2, 2001.
John R. Miller L46, Mendham, N.J., an attorney who served as township attorney for Chatham from 1961-92 and Mendham 1973-95; March 15. At Penn he was editor-in-chief of the Law Review.
Edna C. Armstrong NEd47, Lancaster, Pa., March 20.
Eugene Beimel WG47, Bronx, N.Y., Aug. 15, 2000.
Dr. Thomas E. Bowman V47, Rockville, Md., Aug. 10, 1995.
Robert C. Bryan W47, New York, March 1, 2000.
Helen C. Conway Ed47, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., March 21.
Annette McDonald Espy GEd47, West Palm Beach, Fla., May 13, 2001.
Roy C. Inman WEF47, Kingston, Pa., Jan. 5.
W. Frank Laudenslayer WG47, Boyertown, Pa., February.
Barton M. Leibowitz W47, Blue Bell, Pa., retired president of Aisenstein & Gordon Inc., an importer and distributor of consumer goods, based in Pennsauken, N.J.; April 3. He transformed the company from his fathers jewelry distributorship in the Diamond District in Philadelphia.
Melvin D. Musinsky W47, Swampscott, Mass., Feb. 4. He was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Marion G. Schuh NEd47, Altoona, Pa., Feb. 5. She retired as a major in the U.S. Army Corps of Nurses in 1967.
William N. Tuttle WEv47, Media, Pa., Feb. 2.
Albert I. Abrams C48 WEv76, Philadelphia, April 1982.
Marion Jones Benner Ed48, Moorestown, N.J., April 1, 2001.
David S. Duncan Jr. W48, Ocean City, N.J., Jan. 14, 1995.
Richard L. Dunham GEd48, Floral Park, N.Y., Jan. 11, 1990.
Arthur H. Freilich ChE48, Ardmore, Pa., Jan. 14.
Joseph P. Hackett W48, North Fort Myers, Fla., Sept. 22, 2001.
Robert S. Hartman G48, Pottstown, Pa., Oct. 22, 2000.
Dr. Sasha Malamed C48 G50, Bridgewater, N.J., Sept. 19, 2001.
Henry M. Noel G48, Elgin, N.D., Dec. 16, 2001.
Beatrice MacDonald Stratton CW48, Narberth, Pa., former editor with the Lutheran Board of Parish Education in Philadelphia; Oct. 2, 2001. At Penn, she was editor of The Dolphin, the womens yearbook.
Joseph E. Rich Jr. ME48, West Chester, Pa., a retired senior engineer with the Philadelphia Electric Co; April 19. He was on the varsity swim team at Penn. And in the ROTC program, he served in the U.S. Navy during the Second World War and the Korean War. He was the cousin of Doris Hamilton Kranzley Ed48.
Alan J. Tichnor W48, Newton Center, Mass.
Irvin R. Barton Jr. WEv49, Charlotte, N.C., Feb. 17.
Hyman L. Battle Jr. L49, Sagaponack, N.Y., retired senior partner of the Manhattan law firm of Battle Fowler; March 6.
Basil S. Cole Jr. L49, Washington, an attorney who was chief of transportation practice at the law firm Foley & Lardner; March 9. In 1967 he became chief legal officer for the old Pennsylvania Railroad, overseeing its merger with the New York Central Railroad and later becoming vice president of the merged company, Penn Central. He also represented the Canadian National Railway and its U.S. affiliates.
Dr. Arnold R. Gilman V49, Hume, Va., retired veterinarian who had practiced in New Jersey and Virginia for many years; March 28.
Col. Donald A. Gruenther GEE49, Falls Church, Va., a retired colonel with the U.S. Army Materiel Command; Feb. 25. In the Vietnam War he served as a senior intelligence officer on the staff of the U.S. military commander. His decorations included two awards of the Legion of Merit and the Bronze Star.
Dr. George Feldman D49, Boca Raton, Fla., a retired dentist; April 18.
Clarence L. Hall WG49, Escondido, Calif., Dec. 7, 1995.
George O. Hallenbeck WG49, Schenectady, N.Y., Dec. 5, 2000.
Dr. Lyndon Holt Landon Jr. GM49, Ashville, N.Y., retired surgeon with the Western Pennsylvania Hospital in Pittsburgh; Feb. 19, 2001.
Dr. Louis J. Jindra M49, Jackson, Ohio, a physician; Jan. 14.
Lee G. Jones GEE49, Abilene, Tex., Nov. 6, 2001.
Charles H. Magee EE49, Hartwell, Ga., Jan. 23, 2001.
Henrietta S. Markakis Ed49 GEd54, Cleveland, Dec. 5.
Martha Sisk McGill DH49, Nashville.
Michael A. Meloni Ar49, Levittown, Pa., Feb. 4.
William Mocharnuk W49, Claremont, Calif., Feb. 26.
S. Earl Parks WEv49, Cincinnati, Jan. 20, 2001.
Howard N. Pratt WG49, Tampa, Fla., Jan. 8.
Allen P. Prodgers W49, Wilkes-Barre, Pa., March 12.
William R. Ricketts ME49, a retired purchasing manager for the former Smith Kline and French Laboratories; Nov. 20.
Robert H. Sinnamon ChE49, Ocala, Fla., Jan. 9, 2001. He was the twin of Howard I. Sinnamon ChE49.
Harold B. Tiffany Jr. W49, St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 16, 1997.
Gregory S. West C49, Philadelphia, April 21, 1993.
Luis Benitez Carle WG50, San Juan, P.R., a pioneer industrialist who set up the Caribe Shoe Corp.; March. He set up other plants in Haiti, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, and Spain. He taught at the University of Puerto Rico and was executive director of the College of Accountants there. His economic studies set the basis for the federal minimum wage in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Frank C. Bongiorno C50, Bluffton, S.C., March 5, 1997.
Edward K. Cross L50, Miami, April 11, 1991.
John T. Curry WEv50, Upper Darby, Pa., May 29, 2001.
Robert G. Emerson Jr. W50, Tarpon Springs, Fla., May 22, 2001.
Leon Felder WEv50, Philadelphia, May 9, 1996.
Alma H. Garside Ed50 GEd55, Wynnewood, Pa., Feb. 23.
Donald C. Hornor WG50, Columbus, Ohio, March 15. He had worked for the Nationwide Insurance Companies for 33 years.
Elmer B. Jones GEd50, Drexel Hill, Pa., Oct. 25, 1996.
Laurence T. King WG50, Utica, N.Y., March 9, 2001.
Herbert W. Leonard W50, Wynnewood, Pa., retired president of Scriptomatic Inc., a manufacturer of addressing machines; April 1. Retiring in 1986, he set up a financial-consulting company, and was an instructor in entrepreneurial studies at the Wharton School. A patron of the arts in Philadelphia, he served on the board of Penns Institute of Contemporary Art, the Academy of Vocal Arts, the Rosenbach Museum, and was vice president of the board of the Walnut Street Theatre.
Dr. Harris J. Nadley W50, Philadelphia, March 8.
George W. Oerter C50, Blue Bell, Pa., Sept. 18, 2001.
Dr. Grant J. Rohrbach D50, Reading, Pa., a retired dentist; Nov. 11, 2001.
Richard S. Schlein W50, Southampton, N.Y., April 30, 2001.
Thomas P. Delany WEv51, Maple Shade, N.J., Feb. 28.
Frank Dick ChE51, Southampton, Pa., a retired systems engineer with IBM; March 8, 2001.
David J. Egan WEv51, Paoli, Pa., April 1, 1996.
Leonard Hartnett W51, Warwick, R.I., Jan. 18, 2001.
Jerry V. Jones W51, East Brunswick, N.J., Jan. 25. He was senior vice president with the New Jersey Bank in Paterson.
William M. Lewis W51, Tulsa, Okla., Dec. 23, 2001.
Henry W. Uhle Ed51, Turnersville, N.J., April 18, 1999.
Dr. Harold E. Boyer D52 GD58, Louisville, Ky., emeritus professor of oral and maxillofacial surgery, dean of the dental school, and vice president for health affairs at the University of Louisville; April 6.
Harvey L. Cale WEv52, Hobe Sound, Fla., March 12, 2001.
James W. Dougherty GEE52, Los Altos, Calif., Sept. 2, 2001.
Dr. Warren A. Evans V52, Brooklyn, Conn., a retired veterinarian who had maintained a practice in Springfield, Pa., from 1955 to 1988; March 8.
John A. Fielding GEd52, Hendersonville, N.C., Sept. 1, 2001.
Edward C. Hawthorne W52, Devon, Pa., a retired insurance broker who had maintained his own agency for many years; March 27. During the Second World War, he served as a platoon sergeant and received the Purple Heart. And he was part of the forces that liberated Nazi concentration camps.
Dr. Thomas H. Hester M52, Muskogee, Okla., a physician; Oct. 5, 2000.
Dr. Ewell L. Hunt GM52, Lubbock, Tex., a retired surgeon; Aug. 9, 1990.
Dr. David Kaufman C52 M56 GM60, Summit, N.J., a gastroenterologist; March. He served on the national board of the Crohns and Colitis Foundation of America for many years.
Bernard M. Kosloski ChE52, Tucson, Ariz., Feb. 14, 1996.
Leonard J. Prince W52, Jenkintown, Pa., Sept. 18, 1999.
Guido J. Viglione WEv52, Drexel Hill, Pa., Jan. 15.
Nazareth J. Emlikian WEv53, Lansdale, Pa., Feb. 26, 2001.
George Sundick Goldberg W53, Dix Hills, N.Y., a certified public accountant who had practiced in New York and on Long Island for almost 35 years; June 13, 1997. He was a CPA, as was his father and is his son, Alan Lee Goldberg W80 WG80. A noted handball player in New York, at Penn he was a finalist in the Daily Mirror championship at the age of 19. After Penn, he practiced accountancy in a Brooklyn storefront, while studying at night for a law degree; he later became the New York controller for Zales Corporation, before returning to private practice.
William A. Keweshan WEv53, Cape May, N.J., June 15, 1998.
Dr. Paul K. Perkins GM53, Mocksville, N.C., a retired physician; March 11.
Molla Elgart Plon Ed53, Elkins Park, Pa., Aug. 23, 2001.
Dr. Marianne Gateson Riely Gr53, Bryn Mawr, Pa., retired head of English at the Shipley School who had taught British and American literature there from 1939 till 1980; Feb. 22. Her 1980 book, The Whore of Babylon by Thomas Decker: A Critical Edition, was developed from her doctoral thesis at Penn. In 1978 the school named a new theater in her honor.
Dr. Albert Silverman SW53 GrS76, Haverford, Pa., director from 1961 to 1989 of the Green Tree School in Germantown and a longtime advocate for children with learning disabilities; April 22.
Jerome P. Stirman EE53, Alexandria, Va., Oct. 23, 2000.
Bess Reynolds Temme Ed53 GEd58, Media, Pa., March 23, 2000.
James J. Thompson L53, Roslyn, Pa., an attorney; Feb. 24.
Dr. Gwendolyn I. White GM53, Springfield, Ill., a retired pediatrician; Nov. 17, 2001.
Robert J. Dekorte WEv54, Pennsauken, N.J., Dec. 22, 2000.
Dr. Bernard V. Greene D54, Thompson, Pa., a retired dentist; Feb. 9, 1998.
Santo J. Lipari Ar54, Philadelphia, a retired architect with the Philadelphia Planning Commission from 1949 to 1970 when Independence Mall, the resurrection of Society Hill, Penns Landing, University City, the Market East complex, and the development of the Far Northeast were all conceived or launched; March 22. In the early 1960s he set up a private practice.
Michael J. Reno C54, Philadelphia, Oct. 1972.
Leopold Rosen C54 WG56, Norcross, Ga., Feb. 27, 1999.
Richard A. Van Horn WEv54, Palm Coast, Fla., Sept. 19, 1996.
Dr. Robert B. Edmiston M55, Boiling Springs, Pa., a physician; Nov. 9, 2001.
Dr. Karl B. Etshied D55, Camp Hill, Pa., a dentist; March 15.
Stewart L. Moyer GEd55, Reading, Pa., June 9, 2000.
William E. Murphy G55, Pocono Manor, Pa., Oct. 2, 2001.
Dr. Frieda Wagoner Woodruff M55, Bryn Mawr, Pa., director of health services at Bryn Mawr College from 1969 to 1986; April 15. Earlier, she had maintained a joint practice with her physician husband in Gladwyne for 18 years. She was a founding board member of the Womens Suburban Clinic in Paoli.
Gloria Galow Bryan GEd56, Telford, Pa., Aug. 2, 1999.
Huber C56, Woodinville, Wash., a partner in the Seattle law firm
of Helsell, Fetterman, Martin, Todd & Hokenson, Aug. 11, from complications
of diabetes. He served as president of the Woodland Park Zoological Society.
At Penn he was literary editor of
Nancy Newlin MT56, Philadelphia, Dec. 15, 1989.
Stewart A. Schoen WG56, Sequim, Wash., June 11, 2000.
Dr. Bernard S. Stern Gr56, Philadelphia, April 30, 2001.
Richard B. Dallas WG57, Glenside, Pa., Nov. 13.
Dr. Jules J. Hebert GD57, Grand Chenier, La., a retired orthodontist; Aug. 15, 1997.
Chester S. Kelly G57, Berea, Ky., a retired Africana specialist and senior political-risk analyst for the old Mobil Oil Co.; March 22.
Dr. Charles A. Pryor Jr. M57 GM61, Overgaard, Ariz., a physician; February.
Richard CCC57, Lansdale, Pa.,
Mark L. Brownstein C58 G66, Vineland, N.J., Aug. 2, 2000.
Dr. Casimir R. Cwiklinski D58, Langhorne, Pa., Dec. 1.
Estella Frankel Ed58, Wilmington, Del.
Barthelemy M. Lachelier WG58, New York, 1989.
James L. Vaughan Jr. WEv58, Wilmington, Del., April 17, 2001.
Norman Dorfman WEv59, Philadelphia, Aug. 27, 2001.
Jack G. Handler L59, Lee, Mass., an attorney; Feb. 26.
Dr. Louis K. Loewenstein GCP59 Gr62, San Francisco, Jan. 22.
Jack McCracken Jr. C59, West Bridgewater, Mass., Dec. 23, 1995.
Dr. Richard G. Emerick Gr60, Orono, Maine, Sept. 30, 2001.
Harry J. Kennedy WEv60, Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 1996.
Emily I. Pryor Nu60, Riverton, N.J., Jan. 23.
Ralph B. Wendell C60, Philadelphia, Aug. 12, 2001.
Dr. Harold Nazimov D61, Reading, Pa., an endodontist who had maintained a practice in Mount Penn for 37 years; Dec. 20. He was a former head of the Berks County Dental Society. And he was a past president of Temple Oheb Shalom in Wyomissing Hills.
Robert D. Reeve GEd61, Phoenix, Oct. 10, 1999.
Dr. Bernard M. Toscani Gr61, Lake Ariel, Pa., Jan. 7.
Antonio A. Blanes W62, Guaynabo, P.R., president of the United Surety & Indemnity Co.; May 31, 2001. His son is Rafael A. Blanes C01.
Howard L. Karr WG62, Hillsborough, Calif., Dec. 2.
Michael M. Laurie GLA62, San Francisco, emeritus professor and chair of landscape architecture and environmental planning at the University of California at Berkeley; March 19.
James L. Mercer WG62, Alexandria, Va., a former international senior vice president of Time Life Inc. who retired in 1992 after 30 years with the company as president and CEO of the Book-of-the-Month Club; Feb. 27.
Dr. Edward T. Salvato D62, Katonah, N.Y., a dentist; Nov. 1, 1999.
Dr. Doreen Ray Steg Gr62, Villanova, Pa., emeritus professor and founding head of the human behavior and development department and founder of the Early Childhood Center at Drexel University; April 21. She also helped establish its Judaic studies program. She was known for her research on artificial intelligence.
Joel H. Swift L62 GL79, Fernandina Beach, Fla., retired professor of law at Northern Illinois University; March 4.
Judith Frank Hirschwald SW63, Philadelphia, retired program director of the Riverfront Outpatient Center of Magee Rehabilitation Hospital; March 18. Joining Magee in 1963, she was earlier a director of social services and manager of its brain-injury program. A committed advocate for the disabled, she served as adviser to the Mayors Commission on Persons with Disabilities and helped to establish a legal clinic at Magee. She was also co-founder of Resources for Living Independently.
Christopher Percy GLA63, Waterford, Conn., former president of the Connecticut River Watershed Council from 1966 to 1981; March 23. He was also prominent in the conservation of the waterways of Long Island Sound, setting up the Sounds Conservancy in 1984. He also served as director of development for the Atlantic Salmon Federation.
Constance Gould Rolfe GEd63, Newtown Square, Pa., guidance counselor at Radnor High School from 1970 to 1990; April 1.
Norman M. Spungen GEd63, Upper Southampton, Pa., Nov. 1982.
David H. Steinbrook C63, Sunnyvale, Calif., Jan. 14.
George F. Tyler III C63, Wyndmoor, Pa., retired vice president of the Philadelphia branch of the old CoreStates Financial Corporation; Oct. 12, 2001.
Leslie Leibensperger Williams CW63, Cincinnati, Feb. 2, 2001.
Ernest H. Brown Jr. WG64, Stamford, Conn., chief financial officer for Advanced Network and Services Inc. in Armonk, N.Y.; April 1. He had previously worked for KPMG Peat Marwick, LLP, for over 30 years.
Robert L. Coles L64, Moorestown, N.J., an attorney; 2000.
Harold H. Taylor GEd64, Southfield, Mich.
Dr. Louis Winkler Gr64, State College, Pa., Nov. 23.
Marilyn Wender Cohen GEd65, Philadelphia, former administrator and teacher at the Wordsworth Academy in Fort Washington, a school for learning-disabled and emotionally challenged children; March 24.
Richard K. Sacks C65, Toms River, N.J., a retired attorney who was a founding member of the law firm Carluccio, Leone, Dimon, Doyle & Sacks; March 10. He served as a contract arbitrator and mediator and a matrimonial-early-settlement panelist for the Superior Court of New Jersey. He served on the local Penn secondary-schools committee. He is survived by his son, Peter Sacks C89.
Dr. Arnold E. Schor D65, Fairport, N.Y., a dentist; Dec. 4, 2001.
Howard B. Tansley GEd65, Abington, Pa., Aug. 12, 1999.
Dr. Sara Bloomfield Taubin GrEd65, Philadelphia, emeritus professor of psychology, sociology, and anthropology at Drexel University who was known for her seminal work in family studies; April 18. She received a Lindback Award from Drexel.
Maria Elisabeth Eddison SW66, Old Lyme, Conn.
Dr. Hillard H. Pearlstein GM66, New York, a dermatologist; Jan. 31.
Lewis N. Madeira Jr. C67, South Kingston, R.I., a pilot who owned Madeira Enterprises, a sporting-goods manufacturing and distribution company, and Madeira Helicopter Inc., a helicopter-leasing company, in Wakefield; Feb. 17, in a plane crash near Exeter, while flying up from his winter home in Naples, Fla. He was also a purchasing agent for small schools and colleges, especially St. Georges School in Middletown, which he had attended. He is survived by his wife, Hon. Ellen Leahy Madeira CGS65, and his son, David C. Madeira C89 GPU96.
Dr. Oksana M. Korzeniowski CW67, Glenside, Pa., professor of infectious diseases and former chief of the medical staff at the Medical College of Pennsylvania Hahnemann University School of Medicine; March 29.
Dr. William I. Spector GM67, Reno, Nev.; a retired ophthalmologist.
Mary B. Lehman MacLachlan CW68, New York, an attorney and banker who most recently was a director of BBR Partners, an investment-management company for high-net-worth clients; April 26. Previously she was president and chief investment officer of EnvestNet Advisory Services; in her career she had been president of the private-client group at Global Asset Management, head of the Domestic Private Bank at Bankers Trust, and later worked for a number of private-banking groups. Mary was a founding member of the Trustees Council of Penn Women, served on the board of overseers of the School of Veterinary Medicine, and was the gift co-chair for her Class for over 20 years. She served on the national board of the American Jewish Committee and was active in other Jewish charities. She is survived by her son, Michael Lehman W93, and daughter, Katherine Lehman W97, and her first husband is Jack H. Lehman III W68. An undergraduate scholarship has been established in her memory at the University.
Theopholus A. Bramwell SW69, Philadelphia.
Paul F. Kane WEv73, Evansville, Ind., March 26, 1999.
Jean I. Belsterling CGS74, Doylestown, Pa., a retired medical librarian who set up three libraries for the West Jersey Hospital Group; Feb. 21. Serving in the U.S. Army Corps of Nurses from 1951 to 1971, she retired as a lieutenant colonel. She then pursued a career as a librarian.
William R. Carpenter C74, Seattle, Aug. 31, 2001. He is survived by his wife, Dr. Deborah L. Wothers M81.
Dr. Victor L. DeLucas D74, Fort Myers Beach, Fla., a dentist; April 9.
Mary Mahon Monahan SW75, Clementon, N.J., Feb. 8, 1998.
Ralph L. Reese WEv75, Philadelphia, June 25, 2001.
Sharon F. Suer CW75, Willow Grove, Pa., Feb. 22.
Dr. John M. Eisenberg WG76 GM77, Potomac, Md., the founding chief of the Department of General Internal Medicine at Penns School of Medicine from 1978 until 1992; March 10. He was appointed assistant professor at the School of Medicine in 1976 and became a full professor in 1986. He was chair of medicine and physician-in-chief at Georgetown University before joining the United States Department of Health and Human Services. From 1997 until his death, he was head of its Agency for Healthcare, Research and Quality and senior adviser to the Secretary. He was a founding member and a former chair of the Congressional Physician Payment Review Commission. He was a past president of the Association for Health Services Research and of the Society for General Internal Medicine, and he served on the American Board of Internal Medicine and on the regents board of the American College of Physicians. The author of over 275 articles, Dr. Eisenberg wrote Doctors Decisions and the Cost of Medical Care, co-wrote Paying Physicians, edited the textbook Internal Medicine, and co-edited The Physicians Practice.
Yolanda B. Militello WEv76, Philadelphia, Jan. 28.
Lillian Fernandez L79, Alexandria, Va., an attorney who had served as a special assistant on legislative affairs in the Clinton White House; Feb. 21.
Portia Thomas Scott GEd79, Yeadon, Pa., a retired teacher who taught in Philadelphia elementary schools for more than 30 years; March 17. She was a reading specialist at Patterson Elementary School for some 20 years and taught first grade at McMichael and Huey schools, retiring in 1991.
Terry Stevenson Supple G79, Philadelphia, Aug. 1997.
Sam Gorchov WEv83, Philadelphia, Aug. 15, 2000.
Richard Taylor Gentry C86, Atlanta, March.
Case K. Tong WG88, Minneapolis, June 21, 2000.
Lauren Feinswog Millin C90, Tenafly, N.J., Dec. 29, 2001.
John Adam Merkel C91, Houston, Tex., Feb. 15.
Eric S. Riester C91, San Antonio, Tex., a second-year student at St. Marys School of Law; March 11. He had previously worked over the years for the Alamo Water Reuse and Conservation District, the San Antonio Downtown Owners Association, the City of San Antonio, and the Bexar County Office of Budget and Management. He was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
Dr. H. Craig Bell. See Class of 1938.
Dr. John M. Eisenberg. See Class of 1976.
Dr. J. Russell Elkinton, Bedford, Mass., emeritus professor of medicine; April 6. From 1960 to 1971 he was editor of The Annals of the American College of Physicians; he instituted the standard there of peer-review of all articles. He joined Penn in 1948, setting up the chemical section in the School of Medicine, and leading it to become a top research center for blood chemistry and kidney disease; his specialty was electrolyte physiology. He was appointed full professor in 1962. Dr. Elkinton wrote the widely used textbook, Body Fluids: Basic Physiology and Practical Therapeutics (1955). A member of an old Philadelphia Quaker family, he wrote The Quaker Heritage in Medicine (1978) and Footnotes on the Sands of Time (1994). He published many research papers and essays on science and religion, and on the ethical and social issues raised by modern medicine; his last scientific paper was one published in 1985 on migraine headachesfrom which he had suffered all his life. In retirement he also wrote The Bird on the Rocking Chair (1988), and, just before he died, he finished an essay on bureaucratic encounters with the Social Security Administration.
Dr. Philip M. Gottlieb. See Class of 1932.
Dr. Samuel D. Kron. See Class of 1939.
Herbert W. Leonard. See Class of 1950.
Joanne Tharalson Lucid, associate master of Gregory College House since 1998 and of Hill House from 1979 to 1996; July 31. For 29 years she taught English, drama, and debate at Germantown High School, retiring in 1995; she there was honored as all-time teacher of the year in 1985. She is survived by her husband of 48 years, Dr. Robert F. Lucid, emeritus professor of English and faculty master with her at both Gregory College House and Hill House those years, and their son, John Michael Lucid II C86 GEd86. From its inception, she led a section of the Penn Reading Project each autumn, and last summer she and Dr. Lucid taught a section together. Norman Mailer wrote of her, I do not think I go too far if I say that she was the stuff from which we look to maintain our besieged hopes for humanity, our ongoing desire to still believe in ourselves through the darkest hours and years.
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