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JAN./FEB. 2005 VOLUME 107 NUMBER 4 Alumni Deaths

'22 MA--Dorothy Sewell Metzger (Mrs.Herbert J., DVM '18) of New York City, February 16, 2004.

'22 LLB--John D. Shepard of Cocoa, FL, August 7, 1991; attorney.

'26 LLB--Oliver R. Sabin of Lake Worth, FL, November 18, 1993; attorney.

'27 BA, LLB '30--Jervis Langdon of Elmira, NY, February 16, 2004; president, Baltimore & Ohio Railroad; president, Rock Island RR; president, Penn Central RR; asst. vice president, Chesapeake & Ohio RR; counsel, New York Central RR; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'27--Grace Eglinton Vigurs of Southbury, CT, February 19, 2004; hostess, Alice McDoughal Restaurant; buyer, Saks Fifth Avenue; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'28 BA, JD '30--Robert Pomerance of Pawling, NY, February 28, 2004; attorney.

'28 MA--Virginia Morris Sherman of Hanford, CA, July 1, 1989.

'29 BA, PhD '33--Charles E. Entemann of Cleveland, OH,May 28, 2003; Alpha Chi Rho.Wife, Irma (Beyer) '29.

'29--Truman R.Wilcox of Manlius, NY,March 24, 2004; physician; practiced at Manlius Military Academy, Allied Chemical, and Crouse-Irving Memorial Hospital; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'30--James P. Donohue of Phoenix, AZ, April 1, 1999. Beta Theta Pi.

'30, BArch '31--Ralph H. Parks of Rochester, NY, September 17, 1998; retired architect. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'31--Paul Hershon of Laguna Hills, CA, July 20, 2002. Theta Xi.

'31 BME--Frank L.O'Brien ofWest Palm Beach, FL,March 10, 2004; president and CEO, The O'Brien Machinery Co.; founder,O'Brien Mobile Power Co.; Eisenhower appointee to Latin American Economic Trade Comm.; worked for the UN in India; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'31 BCE--B. Otto Roessler of Cape Coral, FL,March 27, 2004; active in alumni affairs.

'32 BS Ag--Walter T. Cusack of Greenbrae, CA, formerly of Greenwich, CT,March 11, 2004; retired vice president, Aldine Specialty Paper Division of Gould Paper Corp.; veteran; active in community affairs.

'32 BA--Robert E. Newman of Buffalo, NY, February 7, 2004; attorney; represented Baseball Hall of Famer “Marse Joe”McCarthy; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'33 PhD--Harriet B.Creighton of Needham, MA, January 9, 2004; professor emerita of botany,Wellesley College; worked with Barbara McClintock on the genetics of corn; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'33 BA, PhD '37--Halsey B. Stevenson of Wilmington, DE, December 21, 2003; retired research chemist, DuPont; active in community and professional affairs.

'33 BA--William E. Stevenson of Delray Beach, FL, February 15, 2004. Pi Kappa Phi.

'33 BCE--Andrew O. Stilwell of Naples, FL, April 10, 2004; founder, A.D. Stilwell Co.; civil engineer; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'33 BCE--Alvah E.Worth of Delmar, NY,March 18, 2004; retired engineer; veteran; active in religious affairs. Chi Epsilon.

'34, BS Ag '35--Pauline Babcock Fox of Toledo, OH,March 29, 2004; director, Family Life Education Center, Toledo Public Schools; active in civic and community affairs. Chi Omega.

'34 BA--Elsie Monk Lawler of Fairport, NY, February 20, 2004; Latin, English, and French teacher, Fairport Central Schools.

'34 GR--Doris Beard Meigs (Mrs. Robert B. '26, LLB '27) of Sarasota, FL,March 5, 2003; homemaker; active in theatrical, community, and religious affairs.

'34--Winifred Wilcox Parker of Edmeston, NY, April 23, 2004; retired teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'34 DVM--Dorwin H. Perella of Ft.Myers Beach, FL,March 10, 2004; veterinarian.

'34 BEE--Lawrence B. Spencer of Wallingford, PA, January 26, 2004.

'34 BS Ag,PhD '43--Peter I.Tack of East Lansing,MI, February 16, 2004; professor of fisheries biology,Michigan State U.; active in professional affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'35 BS Ag,M Ed '40--L. Robert Crane of Morrisville, NY, April 2, 2004.Wife, Ethel (Johnson), M Ed '44.

'35 BS Ag, PhD '53--John G. Franclemont of Batavia, NY,May 26, 2004; lepidopterist; authority on noctuid moths; professor emeritus of entomology, Cornell U.; veteran; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'35 BS Ag--Marion Dysinger Jeffers (Mrs. Frederick M. '32) of Auburn, NY, August 1, 2003. Delta Gamma.

'35 BA--Haiman S.Nathan of Pompano Beach, FL, April 18, 2004; plastics engineer; active in community and religious affairs.

'35--Miriam A. Parker of Perry, NY, August 19, 2003.

'35 MS Ag--Ford A. Quitslund of Bainbridge Island,WA, July 23, 2003.

'35 BA--Jack H. Rines of Alpharetta, GA,November 6, 2002; chemicals consultant. Psi Upsilon.

'35 BA--Henry H. Sayles of Black Mountain, NC,March 16, 2004; attorney; asst. secretary of Corning Inc. and Corning Glass Museum. Chi Phi.Wife, Virginia (Lauder) '35.

'35 BA--Bernice M.Weeks of Dexter,MI, October 11, 2003; retired high school math teacher.

'36 BS HE--Gladys Winters Berglund of Chestertown,MD, June 11, 2003. Pi Beta Phi.

'36 BEE--Robert L.Graef of Port Washington, NY, November 30, 2002; electrical engineer.

'36 BEE--William D.Kyle of Mequon,WI, April 30, 2004; partner, Kyle Co.; CEO, Congoleum Corp.; active in professional affairs. Chi Psi.

'36--Frank W.Macy of Des Moines, IA,March 8, 2004; industrial purchaser; sports writer; business manager, Davenport Pirates; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'36 BA, JD '38--Paul M.Mattice of Freehold, NY, February 24, 2004; chairman of the board, Commercial Mutual Insurance. Phi Gamma Delta.

'36 BA,MS '37--John Rodgers of Hamden, CT,March 7, 2004; retired professor of geology, Yale U.; author, The Tectonics of the Appalachians and Principles of Stratigraphy; veteran; expert on continental drift; editor, American Journal of Science; active in professional affairs. Theta Chi.

'37 BME--Thomas B. Kelly of Winston-Salem, NC, April 27, 2004; mechanical engineer. Tau Beta Phi.

'37, BA '38--Karl L. Landgrebe of Signal Mountain, TN, February 5, 2004; vice president & general mgr.,Wheland Foundry; director, North American Royalties Inc.; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'37 BA--Egbert W. Pfeiffer of Missoula, MT, April 24, 2004; retired zoology professor, U. of Montana; social activist; researched environmental impacts of nuclear fallout. Kappa Alpha.

'37, BS Ag '38--Maurice Phillips of Princeton, NJ,March 29, 2004; clinical psychologist; consultant, Northeast Care Center; active in community affairs.

'37 MS--Herbert P. Sarett of Sarasota, FL,March 6, 2004; professor of biochemistry, Tulane U.; director of nutritional research, and vice president, nutritional science resources, Mead Johnson.

'37 BS Ag--Florence Cohen Strauss of Fort Lauderdale, FL,March 14, 2004; active in alumni affairs.

'37 BA--Clara Swan of Newtown, PA,November 28, 2003; active in alumni affairs.

'37 MS Ag--James D. Toy of Ft.Myers, FL, August 11, 2001.

'38 BS Ag--Holt Andrews of Chelsea, MI, November 26, 2003.

'38 BME--Charles M.Hall of Shelburne, VT, February 14, 2004. Kappa Delta Rho.

'38 BS Hotel--Edward W. Lyon of Melbourne, FL, February 2, 2004; hotelier.

'38 BEE--Alan H. Raphael of New York City, April 18, 2004; engineer. Zeta Beta Tau.

'38 BS Hotel--J. Louis Read of Greenville, RI,March 20, 2004; hotelier.

'39-41 SP Ag--Roger E.Bradley of King Ferry, NY,April 12, 2004; vice president,Nat'l Bank of Auburn; agricultural loan officer, Key Bank and the Farm Credit System; farmer; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.Wife, Esther (Clough) '40.

'39 DVM--Raymond Fagan of Richmond, VA, February 1, 2004; retired senior scientist, Philip Morris USA.

'39 BA--Francis J. Ford of Brentwood, TN, April 9, 2004.

'39 BA--William N. Garrison of Bath, NY,March 5, 2004; owner,William N. Garrison Inc.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'39 BS Ag,MS Ag '58--Howard M.Matott of Ithaca, NY, February 24, 2004; retired Cornell professor; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'39 BA--Margaret Smith Moock of Philadelphia, PA, February 10, 2004. Delta Gamma.

'39 ME--Jansen Noyes Jr. of Darien, CT,March 16, 2004; president, Noyes Partners; senior managing director, Loeb Rhoades Hornblower; chairman of Hornblower,Weeks Hemphill Noyes & Co.; veteran; Cornell trustee; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'39 BA--Sylvia Dean Phillips of Medina,WA,March 8, 2004; speech pathologist; editor; bank auditor; active in civic and community affairs.

'39 BA--Virginia Moscript Potter of Tucson, AZ, February 4, 2004; court reporter, Daily Reporter; personnel administrator; former assoc. director, placement services, Cornell U.; former director, Buffalo YWCA; author; editor; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'39 BA--Richard S. Schwartz of Elmhurst, NY, December 11, 2003.

'39 BA, MD '42--Joseph S. Shapiro of Columbus, OH, February 8, 2004; dermatologist; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'39 BS Ag--Robert T. Snowdon of Sarasota, FL, April 13, 2004; retired director of industrial relations, Facet Enterprises; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Acacia.

'39 LLB--Henry W.Willmott ofWatertown, NY,March 22, 2004; retired attorney; senior partner,Willmott,Wisner,McAloon, Scanlon & Saunders; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'40 BS HE--Evelyn Weber Anderson of Colgate, WI, April 28, 2004.

'40--John E. Barr of Shamokin, PA, July 1, 2002.

'40 BS Aero--Gordon Beh of Boonton, NJ, April 1, 2004; businessman; worked for Beh Housewares; active in community and religious affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'40 MS--Col. Thomas A. Glass of Peoria, IL, February 11, 2004; division mgr., defense products dept. of Caterpillar; veteran; active in civic and professional affairs.

'40--Charles M.McIntyre of North Little Rock, AR,March 1, 2004; foreman supervisor, Remington Arms; active in community and religious affairs.

'40--Paul E.Morden of Niagara Falls, NY,March 7, 2004; restaurateur; hotelier; operated travel agency; veteran; liaison for the Glenn Miller Army Air Forces Band; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'40 BA--H. Bloss Vail of Durham, NC, April 2, 2004; vice president, Continental Illinois Nat'l Bank; veteran; active in community affairs. Chi Psi.

'41 BA--Barbara Sandy Beachley of Potomac, MD, April 15, 2004. Alpha Phi.

'41--Hugh G. Blackwell of Mercer Island,WA, April 26, 2003.

'41 BA--Clark D. Burton of Smith Mountain Lake, VA, April 18, 2004; executive vice president, Bank of Boston's International Division; headed Argentine operations for the bank; worked in Brazil; lecturer on South America and international affairs, Lynchburg College; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'41 BS HE--Rosalind Heath Eiben of Port Byron, NY, April 28, 2004; retired home economist, Cornell Cooperative Extension; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Husband, Theodore H. Eiben '41, MS Ag '46.

'41, BEE '42--John G.Hollister of Spencer, NY, February 27, 2004; electrical engineer; worked for Lear and Chance Vought companies; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'41 BS Ag--Samuel D. Lambert of Hartsdale, NY, April 25, 2004; businessman; veteran; active in community affairs.Wife, Rita (Krasnow) '44.

'41 BME--Stuart B.McKinney of Kattskill Bay, NY, January 4, 2004; mechanical engineer; active in alumni affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'41-42 SP Ag--David L.Nesbitt of Waterport, NY,March 20, 2002.

'41 BS Ag--Helen Ackerly Oshima of Las Vegas, NM,March 11, 2004; research scientist; biodynamic farmer; biochemist, Boston U.Med School's petit mal epilepsy project; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'41--Margaret Lee Putney (Mrs. Richard M. '32) of Webster, NY, April 22, 2004.

'41, BA '42--Francis S. Reed of Eustis, FL,March 12, 2004; founder, Industrial Systematics Corp.; active in religious affairs. Beta Theta Pi.Wife,Margaret (Senter) '43.

'41 BA--Henry B. Richardson of Fayetteville, NY,March 25, 2004; orthodontist; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'41 BS Ag--Sidney D. Rubin of Raleigh, NC, June 6, 2003.

'41 BME--Martin B. Tuska of Silver Spring,MD, June 19, 2003. Pi Lambda Phi.

'42 BA, JD '47--George G. Inglehart ofWatertown, NY, April 6, 2004; NY State Supreme Court judge; attorney; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'42 BEE--Robert P. Lorber of Deering, NH, April 8, 2004; engineer.

'42 BS EE--Charles W.Matten of Sanger, TX, February 1, 2004; worked for Healy, Hargan and Matten engineers; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Chi.

'42 BA,M Ed '43--Arthur J.McTaggart of Gaithersburg,MD, July 15, 2003; retired from the US Information Agency; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'42 BS Ag--Robert G. Sisson of Port Charlotte, FL, January 19, 2004; retired teacher; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'42 PhD--Clifford C.Volkerding of Mesa, AZ, November 15, 2003.

'42 BS Ag--Robert E.Wingert of Roanoke, VA, February 15, 2004.

'43 PhD--Walden P. Boyle of Leesburg, VA, October 15, 2002; professor of theater arts, UCLA; co-founder, UCLA Dept. of Theater Arts.

'43 BA--Philip T. Goldenberg of Bloomfield, CT, April 15, 2004; senior attending physician, St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center; also on the staff of Mt. Sinai and Hartford hospitals; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'43 BS Ag--Anthony J. Kilcoyne of Brasher Falls, NY,March 13, 2004; high school agricultural teacher; St. Lawrence County legislator; veteran.

'43, BS Ag '47--Herman C. Ladenheim of Boston, MA, February 4, 2004; retired officer, US Agency for Int'l Development; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Tau Epsilon Phi.

'43 BA--Phyllis Dittman McClelland of Holland, PA, February 7, 2004; high school German and Spanish teacher; first female chimesmaster; organist; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'43 MD--Walter F. Riker of Fort Lee, NJ, February 20, 2004; Revlon professor emeritus of pharmacology,Weill Cornell Medical College; created the first minority education program at Weill Cornell; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'43 MD--Walter C.Watkins of Amarillo, TX, December 11, 2003; surgeon; practiced at Northwest Texas, St. Anthony's, and High Plains Baptist hospitals; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'44 BME--William C. Cawthon of Nashville, TN, April 3, 2004; manufacturing executive, Chrysler; vice president, American Standard; VP, ITT; VP, Rockwell Int'l; VP, Nortel; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'44 BArch--John D. De Moll of Key Largo, FL, June 13, 1996; retired architect.

'44--Robert D. Gordon of Nichols Hills, OK,March 24, 2004; executive vice president of exploration, Ashland Oil; geologist; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Chi Phi.

'44 BS HE--Ruth Gillett Murray of Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, February 22, 2004; customer service representative, Consolidated Edison; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta.Husband, John L.Murray '43, BA '47, JD '48.

'44 PhD--Alfred M. Peiser of Mount Laurel, NJ, July 20, 1988.

'44--Jean Hofstadter Reiss of Boca Raton, FL, August 18, 2000. Sigma Delta Tau.

'44--Taylor Stanley of Santa Fe, NM, August 4, 2003; veteran.

'44 PhD--John W. Strohecker of Oak Ridge, TN, January 17, 2002.

'44, BCE '49--Alexander R. Treleaven of Stuart, FL, April 21, 2004; entrepreneur; civil engineer; veteran. Beta Theta Pi.

'44--Richard M.Wight of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, April 8, 2004; former IBM communications director; veteran; author; golf correspondent; active in professional affairs. Chi Psi.

'45--Duward B. Frampton of Bexley, OH, April 25, 2004; president, Frampton Industries; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'45 BS Chem E--Bryce I.MacDonald of Asheville, NC,March 8, 2004; worked for General Electric Co.; director of engineering, Kennecott Copper Corp.; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'45, BCE '48--Robert M.Murray of Auburn, NY, April 20, 2004; owner, CD Murray Construction Co.; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'45, BA '48--William S. Rose of Hilton Head Island, SC, April 1, 2004. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'45 BME--Sidney G. Rumbold of Claremont, CA, January 14, 2004; aerospace engineer; active in community and religious affairs.

'45, BA '48--J. Robert Smith of Savannah, GA,March 3, 2004. Phi Gamma Delta.

'45 BCE--Pierre L.Vivoli of San Diego, CA, November 9, 2003; engineer.

'45 BS Nurs--Shirley GoldbergWolf of Altadena, CA, December 17, 2003; taught nursing at East L.A. Community College; painter; active in community and religious affairs.

'45, BCE '48--Albert S.Woodford of Philadelphia, PA, April 3, 2004; chief engineer, Philadelphia Regional Port Authority; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Acacia.

'46--Richard P. Curtis of Reading, PA, February 17, 2004. Phi Gamma Delta.

'46 BS ME--Anto A. Lindberg of Southington, CT,March 5, 2004; vice president of engineering,Moore Special Tool Co.; veteran.

'46 BS HE--Ernestina Malnati Maiorano of Copiague, NY,March 22, 2004; homemaker.

'46, BA '49--James S. Potter of Queensbury, NY, August 1, 2003. Kappa Sigma.

'46 BEE--Charles W. Prey of Pittsburgh, PA, December 5, 2003; engineer; active in alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.Wife, Dorothy (Taylor) '46.

'47 BS HE, M Ed '58--Scharlie Bartter Handlan of Pinehurst, NC, formerly of Ithaca, NY, April 8, 2004; retired associate director of Alumni Affairs, Cornell U.; teacher; active in alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.Husband, Raymond L.Handlan '53.

'47 BS Nurs--Mary Stafford McElfresh (Mrs. Arthur E. '45, MD '47) of St. Louis,MO, April 8, 2004; nurse.

'47 PhD--Paul G. Ruggiers of Norman, OK, April 8, 1998.

'47-49 GR--Hans K. Sander of Princeton, NJ, February 2, 2004; architect; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Chi.

'47 BS HE--Patricia Grabb Schneider of Grosse Pointe Woods, MI, February 18, 2004;municipal judge; adult education teacher; founder, Grosse Pointe Interfaith Center for Racial Justice and the Women's Justice Center; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'47 BA, JD '49--William G. Scott of Canandaigua, NY,October 28, 2003; attorney. Delta Upsilon.

'47 BS AERO--Fred E. Silberman of London, England, January 1, 2000; engineer. Tau Delta Phi.

'47 BA--Melba Levine Silver of Boca Raton, FL,March 1, 2004; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'47 BA--Eleanor Smith Work ofWest Sand Lake, NY,October 12, 2003.Husband, Ralph Work '43.

'48 BA--Edgar C. Burford of Strongsville, OH, October 3, 2003; high school English teacher; veteran. Phi Kappa Psi.

'48 BA--Virginia Williams Huyler (Mrs. David E. '45, BA '48, MA '49) of New Paltz, NY,March 25, 2004; active in civic and community affairs.

'48--Ruthann Beyer Oelsner (Mrs. Geoffrey A. '48) of Mission Hills, KS, February 9, 2004; worked to improve quality of education for children with disabilities; served on the Kansas State Board of Education; active in civic and community affairs.

'48 BS Hotel--John E. Slade of Longwood, FL, formerly of Ithaca, NY,March 26, 2004; operated Mayer's Smoke Shop; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'48 PhD--Obed L. Snowden of Moorhead, MS, September 20, 1995.

'48 MS--Col. Arthur W. Starkey of Hayes, VA, April 13, 2003; retired mechanical engineer; retired military.

'49 MS Ag--Richard D. Chumney of Virginia Beach,VA, April 14, 2004; former director, division of natural resources, NJ Dept. of Agriculture; former commissioner of agriculture, Commonwealth of Virginia; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'49 PhD--Paul Grun of University Park, PA, April 28, 2004; professor emeritus, dept. of horticulture, Penn State U.; founder,Vegenics Corp.; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 BEE--Joseph E.Hinds of Alexandria,VA, January 8, 2004; retired CIA officer; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'49 BS Ag,MS Ag '54--Robert S. Lent of State College, PA,March 14, 2004; director of special education, BLaST Intermediate Unit 17, State of Pennsylvania; adjunct professor,Mansfield U.; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'49 MA--Arthur W. Lithgow of Amherst, MA,March 23, 2004; theater director; founder,Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival; executive director of Princeton U.'s McCarter Theater; founder,Antioch Shakespeare Festival; co-founder, Ithaca Theater Guild; director, Brattleboro Center for the Performing Arts; visiting professor,U. of South Florida; actor; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'49 BS Ag--Matthew S.Mirantz of Yorktown Heights, NY,March 22, 2004; active in alumni affairs.Wife, Arline (Cinamon) '48.

'49 BS Hotel--Edmund M. Oles of Indian Lake Estates, FL, April 23, 2004; retired high school teacher; former hotel and country club manager; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'49 BA,MD '53--Charles A. Stevens of Fargo,ND, February 8, 2004; physician. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'50-51 GR--Ernst F.Hoffmann of New York City,April 15, 2004; professor, German dept.,Hunter College; also taught at Yale and Columbia.

'50 BA--Eugene J.Hummer of Lincoln, NH,April 1, 2004; worked for General Electric; pitched for the NY Giants farm system; veteran. Delta Upsilon.

'50 BA--Samuel C. Johnson of Racine, WI,May 22, 2004; chairman emeritus, S.C. Johnson; presidential councillor, Cornell U.; benefactor of the S.C. Johnson Graduate School of Management and the Laboratory of Ornithology; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Chi Psi.Wife, Imogene (Powers) '52.

'50 BA--Henry Ten Hagen of Warsaw, NY, April 3, 2004; horticulturalist; veteran; active in religious affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'50 BS Ag--F. Lindsay Trerise of Potsdam, NY, April 13, 2004; farm service representative, Niagara Mohawk; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.Wife, Barbara (Ingalls) '52.

'51--Ellen Bohall Andrews of Arlington, VA, April 7, 2004. Husband, Harold Andrews '48.

'51 BA--H.Gassaway Brown III of Macungie, PA, formerly of Albuquerque, NM, April 6, 2004; geomorphologist; worked for U.S. Forest Service, Atomic Energy Commission, and Vermont Copper Co.; active in community and professional affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'51 BA--Gordon L. Evans of Barton, NY, April 25, 2004; advisory scientist, IBM.

'51 BS Ag,M ILR '60--Richard J.Heptig of Trumansburg, NY, April 7, 2004; retired executive, American Cyanamid; veteran. Kappa Sigma.

'51 BA--Marcella Norgore Janes of Issaquah,WA, January 20, 2004; author; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'51 LLB--Edward W.Middleton of Pittsford, NY, October 11, 2003; attorney; veteran.

'51 PhD--Isabel Jane Peard of Ithaca, NY, April 11, 2004; retired professor emerita, education, Cornell U.; Frank H.T. Rhodes Exemplary Service award recipient; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 MS--Henry J. Tyler of Shreveport, LA, February 13, 1993.

'52 BS HE--Cynthia Smith Ayers of Halesite, NY, April 3, 2004; travel agent; teacher; owner, Lloyd Harbor Play Group; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Jonathan S. Ayers '50, BME '51.

'52 Hotel--Donald H.Masterson of Boca Raton, FL,March 22, 2004; hotelier. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'52-55 GR--Ralph T. Robson of Salt Lake City, UT,May 13, 2002.

'52 BS HE--Dorothy Wolkind Rosenfelder of Buffalo, NY, April 8, 2004; social worker; former director of treatment services, Lake Shore Mental Health Center; Sigma Delta Tau; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'52-54 GR--Richard A. Shope of Simsbury, CT, July 2, 2002.

'52 BME--Ramon L. Street of Florence, OR, October 13, 2003; mechanical engineer; worked for IBM and GE; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'52 M Ed--Alta F. Thomas of Columbia, TN, August 24, 2002.

'53 LLB--James G.Nye of Westboro, MA, July 26, 2003; attorney; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'53 BME--Charles F.Roth of Penfield, NY, December 21, 2003.Wife, Betty (McLellan), M Ed '54.

'53--David H. Spier of Stuyvesant Falls, NY, November 14, 2003.

'54 M ILR--Herbert T.Mines of Mamaroneck, NY,March 5, 2004; chairman, Herbert Mines Assocs.; active in community affairs.

'54--Harold V.Nielsen of Inlet, NY,April 6, 2001.

'54 MD--Michael S. Rost of North Baldwin, NY, August 5, 2003; physician.Wife, Nancy (Ripley) '51, MD '56.

'54 DVM--Ramon A.Vega Jr. of Panama, Panama, October 8, 2003; veterinarian. Alpha Psi.

'55 BS Hotel--Henry J. Buncom of Hollis, NY, April 28, 2004; vice president of personnel, Chock Full o' Nuts; director of purchasing/personnel, Service Systems Corp.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Quill & Dagger.

'55 BS Ag--Beverly A. Butman of Cazenovia, NY, April 16, 2004; retired occupational therapist,Warm Springs, GA; active in religious affairs.

'55 MD--Donald J. Cameron of Bronxville, NY, April 23, 2004; clinical associate professor of medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College; practiced internal medicine; associate, Rogosin Lipid Center; attending physician, Doctor's Hospital and New York Hospital; active in community and professional affairs.

'55 PhD--Chancellor I.Hannon of Haines City, FL, April 21, 2004; plant pathologist and nematologist, U. of Florida Citrus Research Center; citrus consultant; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'55 BA--Sidney J. Sauerhaft of Chappaqua, NY,May 3, 1999.

'55 LLB--John R. Tenney of Utica, NY, April 9, 2004; NY Supreme Court justice; trial attorney; asst. attorney general and trial counsel, New York State; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'56 BS HE--Sheila Krell Jacobson of Woodmere, NY, April 15, 2004; past president, NCJW Peninsula Section; active in community affairs.

'57 BS Hotel--Darrell R. Dean of Blairsville, PA, December 31, 2003; owner, Dean's Diner. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'57 BA--Priscilla Kiefer Parrish of Ithaca, NY,March 10, 2004; freelance writer and editor; playwright; rewrote and updated more than 26 volumes of the “Hardy Boys” and “Nancy Drew” series; ghostwriter for Doubleday; secretary,Woodrow Wilson Foundation; president, Area Video Archives; proofreader, concordance to Freud; president, The Upstairs Gallery; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'57 BS Ag--James J. Rockhill of Whitesboro, NY, February 14, 2003; president and CEO, Jim-Ada Development Co.

'58--Alan T. Brenner of Carmel, CA,May 16, 2004; hotelier; retired manager,Monterey Conference Center; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Chi.

'58 M ILR--Rupert F. Chisholm of Biglerville, PA, April 18, 2004; management professor, Penn State U. at Harrisburg; helped to found doctoral program in public administration, Penn State U.; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.Wife, Virginia (Schein) '65.

'58,MBA '61--Richard L.Kirtland of Patchogue, NY, April 16, 2004; former vice president, Goldman Sachs; also worked for Borders; veteran; Phi Kappa Tau.

'58 BA--Lawrence B. Parker of Playa Del Rey, CA, July 25, 2003; retired, Transamerica Title.

'58 BA--Charles D. Robinson of Hickory, NC,March 29, 2004; executive vice president, Lee Industries. Psi Upsilon.

'58 MD--Robert M.Ryan of Barrington, RI,March 18, 2004; retired radiologist; asst. clinical professor of radiology, Brown U. School of Medicine; author; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'58 M ILR--Anthony V. Sinicropi of La Quinta, CA, July 31, 2003; emeritus professor.

'58 Ed D--Albert W. Spruill of Greensboro, NC,March 18, 2004; retired professor and dean of Graduate Studies,North Carolina A&T State U.; also taught at Tuskegee Institute, Mississippi Valley State, and NC Ag Extension Svc.; veteran; author; active in professional and religious affairs.

'58 MD--Donald B. Stark of Portland, OR, December 31, 2003; physician; veteran.

'58 MFS--Donald F. Tallman of Kissimmee, FL, April 18, 2002.Wife, Ernabelle (Boulet), GR '57.

'59 BA--Catherine Dunning Post of Harvard, MA, April 9, 2004. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'59--Marsha Roberts Senz of Somerset, NJ,May 22, 2001; editor, Somerset Spectator. Alpha Epsilon Pi. Husband, Herbert Senz '56.

'60 PhD--Gideon N. Louw of Vancouver, BC, Canada, formerly of South Africa,March 15, 2004; pioneer in ecophysiology; expert on animal survival in arid environments; professor, Dept. of Zoology, Stellenbosch U. and U. of Cape Town; fellow, Institute for Advanced Studies, Berlin; founder, Progressive Party; author of Why Elephants and Fleas Don't Sweat; editor, Physiological Animal Ecology; South African Air Force veteran.

'60, BS HE '61--Carol Robinson Rogers of New York City,May 24, 2004; worked for Apparel Textiles Museum. Husband, Danforth W. Rogers, JD '62.

'60 BA--Lewis B. Sheiner of Mill Valley, CA, April 22, 2004; professor of laboratory medicine, medicine, and biopharmaceutical sciences, UCSF; senior scientific advisor, Pharsight Corp.; active in professional affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'61, BS Ag '62--Richard D. Zimmer of Chittenango, NY,March 12, 2004; retired buyer, Agway; active in community and religious affairs.

'62 BME--Anthony M.Hoffman of Hilton Head, SC, February 20, 2004; president, WHHI-TV; active in alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'62 BA--Joel E. Siegel of Arlington, VA,March 11, 2004; retired English and film studies professor, Georgetown U.; author; lyricist; music producer; film, book, and music critic for the Washington City Paper, Jazz Times, and Washingtonian magazine.

'63 MRP--Ernest R. Bonner of Portland, OR, April 22, 2004; city planner of downtown Portland's renaissance; energy conservation mgr., Bonneville Power Admin.; president, Sunlight Energy Systems; former chief planner, Cleveland, OH; urban historian; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'63 MD--Woodward Burgert of Tallahassee, FL, April 28, 2004; chief pathologist, Tallahassee Memorial Hospital; active in professional affairs.

'63 MBA--David E.Haithwaite of Amsterdam, NY, August 5, 2003.

'63 BA--David H. Julian of Glencoe, IL,March 21, 2004. Sigma Phi.

'64 BA--Maeva Spencer Neale of Pescadero, CA,May 8, 2004; pediatrician; social activist; active in civic and community affairs.

'64 BA,MBA '68--William D. Ponzer of Pasadena, CA, November 25, 2000. Psi Upsilon.

'64 BS Ag--Robert L. Powell of Woodstock, VT,May 21, 2004; greenhouse operator; also worked for Soil Conservation Service; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'64 BS HE--Susan Stolp Vieser of Mount Kisco, NY, April 20, 2004. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'66 MS VM--Karina Dzintars Burda of Ithaca, NY, April 1, 2004; research associate, Dept. of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell U.

'66 BEE, MEE '67--Louis A. Perretta of Newton, MA, April 12, 2004; founder, ITOI Enterprises.

'66 BS Hotel--Jerome S. Siegel of Gloversville, NY,March 12, 2004; hotelier; active in alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'67 MS Ag--Larry Joe Burkett of Powell, OH, April 28, 2004; social worker; active in community and professional affairs.

'67 MBA--Francis L. Feist of Arlington, VA, April 14, 2002.

'67-70 GR--Allen C. Taylor of San Antonio, TX,March 15, 2004; vice president of labor relations and human resources, Lykes Bros. Steamship Co.

'68--James M. Kohm of Brooktondale, NY, April 10, 2004; carpenter-contractor.

'69--Robert W. Perry of Louisville, KY, September 18, 2003.

'69 Ed D--George A. Robinson of Topeka, KS, April 21, 2004; vocational teacher educator; retired from the State of Kansas; also taught at Washington State U.; former high school teacher; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'70 MD--Salvatore A.J. Latteri of Pinehurst, NC,May 21, 2004; physician.

'70 BS ORIE--David V. Linden of Upper Saddle River, NJ,March 13, 2004; owner, Lowits Menswear; real estate manager; active in civic affairs. Phi Epsilon Pi.Wife, Gilda (Klein) '71.

'70 PhD--Leo Renauld of Greenwich, NY,May 3, 2004; language teacher, Greenwich Central; social sciences teacher, Sage Colleges.

'71, BA '72--William deLaRosa, formerly of Brooklyn, NY, August 26, 1997. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'71 BS HE--Hilary Cohen Kolton of Armonk, NY, September 9, 2003; owner, Home Repair Network. Husband, Robert J. Kolton '69.

'72 BA--A. Richard Grubbs of Mechanicsburg, PA,May 21, 2004; labor relations team leader, Defense Info Systems Agency. Acacia.

'72--Douglas G. Palen of Morris, NY,March 19, 2002.

'73 BS Ag--Michael R. Lundy of Brandon, FL,May 24, 2004; high school teacher; track coach; active in religious and alumni affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'74--Duncan C. Seidel of Gladwyne, PA, August 2, 1997.

'78, BA '80--Richard J. Stephens of Salt Lake City, UT, December 2, 2003; systems programmer, EDS and Grumman Corp.; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'79 BA, ME ORIE '80--Debra Milstein Paul of Newtown, PA, July 13, 2003. Kappa Delta.

'81 MA--Elizabeth Swift Cronin of Rectortown,VA,May 7, 2004; retired US State Dept. officer; hostage in Iran, 1979-1981; deputy assistant secretary for overseas citizens services; assisted families of the victims of the Pan Am 103 bombing; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'81--Timothy M.O'Neill of Palmyra, NY, October 10, 2003. Theta Chi.

'82 MS ILR--Ellen W. Buzbee of New York City,May 5, 2004; attorney and arbitrator; active in civic and community affairs.

'83 BS Ag--Angela Gaiotti Coolidge of Dorset, VT, December 17, 2003; office manager, Country Business Real Estate; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'83 MPA--Timothy J. Rutenber of Clarence Center, NY, March 31, 2004; asst. vice provost, international education, U. of Buffalo; administrator, Tufts U.; agricultural researcher, U.S. Agency for Int'l Development; active in professional and religious affairs.

'84 ME--Gerald W.Vandenengel of Grafton, MA, April 6, 2004; mechanical engineer; worked for Ford Motor Co., Data General, Oki Data, and Spyrus; active in community affairs.

'85--Gisele J. Colbert of Detroit, MI, August 27, 2003.

'85 BS Ag--Brian D. Quinn of Rochester, NY, December 10, 2003.

'87 BS Ag--Paul Bogart of Gaithersburg,MD,May 12, 2004; worked for On Campus Marketing. Theta Chi.

'89 BEE, MEE '91--Wai T. Lau of Austin, TX, February 3, 2002; engineer.

'90 MPS Hotel--Gregory J. Krebs of Milwaukee,WI, April 30, 2004; campus administrator, Nat'l Regency Senior Community.

'98 BS ILR--Adam M. Rayman of Plainsboro, NJ,May 9, 2004; worked for Keller and Heckman LLP.

'00--Nicholas E. Berg of West Chester, PA, May 8, 2004; engineer; helped to start Prometheus Methods Tower Service; killed in Iraq, where he was working to rebuild the country's infrastructure.

'07--James H.McManamon ofWestlake, OH,May 13, 2004; freshman football and track athlete.

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