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Sep./Oct. ’10 Obituaries

’28—Frederick B. Jester of Arlington, TX, May 23, 2010; owner, Jester Insurance Agency; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. ’29—Marvin B. Preeman of Pacific Palisades, CA, April 29, 2010; active in alumni affairs. ’30—Lillian Miller Smith of Phoenix, AZ, formerly of Portland, OR, March 21, 2010; microbiologist, Yale U.; co-discovered the antibiotic chloramphenicol and […]

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’28—Frederick B. Jester of Arlington, TX, May 23, 2010; owner, Jester Insurance Agency; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’29—Marvin B. Preeman of Pacific Palisades, CA, April 29, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

’30—Lillian Miller Smith of Phoenix, AZ, formerly of Portland, OR, March 21, 2010; microbiologist, Yale U.; co-discovered the antibiotic chloramphenicol and oral medication to treat B12 deficiency; worked at U. of Georgia, Columbia U.-Lamont Labs, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, U. of Puerto Rico, and College of the Virgin Islands.

’32 BCE—Bernard L. Falk of Brewster, MA, formerly of Westfield, NJ, March 26, 2010; district sales manager, Metropolitan Life Insurance; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Tau Beta Pi.

’34 BA, JD ’36—Marcus I. Breier of Doral, FL, May 15, 2010; attorney; active in alumni affairs. Pi Lambda Phi. Wife, Eleanor (Cramer) ’41.

’34 BME—Russell F. Greenawalt of Rochester, NY, March 21, 2010; assistant director of engineering services, NYS Mental Hygiene Dept.; food processing plant engineer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

’35 BS HE—Ruth W. Clements of Liberty, NY, May 13, 2010; home economist, New York State Electric and Gas; also worked for the Farm Home Administration; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’35 BS Ag—Joseph J. Davis of Frederick, MD, October 25, 2008; active in alumni affairs.

’35 BA—Mary D. Didas of West Seneca, NY, May 19, 2010; high school English teacher; textbook author; class correspondent, Cornell Alumni Magazine; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

’35 MA—Frederick H. Test of Asheville, NC, formerly of Ann Arbor, MI, March 26, 2010; professor emeritus of biology, U. of Michigan; author; associate editor, Ecology; active in professional affairs.

’35 BA—Meda Young Thetford (Mrs. Norman D. ’34, MD ’38) of Eatontown, NJ, April 26, 2010; active in community and alumni affairs.

’36 BS HE—Evelyn Goetcheus Beiderbecke (Mrs. Joseph T. ’34) of Kannapolis, NC, June 17, 2010; high school home economics teacher; homemaker; musician; active in community and religious affairs.

’36 BS HE—Marjorie Kane Hoppen of Naples, FL, May 24, 2010; taught home economics at East Rockaway High School; active in professional and religious affairs.

’37 BA—G. Richard Handrick of Lexington, MA, February 18, 2010; research chemist; worked for Arthur D. Little Inc. and SHARPS Assocs. Theta Xi.

’37 BS Ag, MS ’39—Alden M. Jones of Norwich, NY, May 17, 2010; worked for General Electric; aquatic biologist, Tennessee Valley Authority; AARP officer; author; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Zeta.

’38 BA, LLB ’40—John S. Conable of Warsaw, NY, March 22, 2010; attorney; retired Wyoming County Court judge; farmer; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

’38—Mildred Paul DeVenney of Talent, OR, April 12, 2010; rancher; hotel manager; hospital bookkeeper; saleswoman; active in civic and community affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

’38—Edgar C. Eustance of Hilton, NY, June 18, 2009.

’38 BA—J. David Hammond of Sennett, NY, March 22, 2010; director, Ithaca College Medical Center; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Sigma Nu.

’38 BME—Ramon H. Palmer of Williamsport, PA, March 22, 2010; physics professor emeritus, Pennsylvania College of Technology; active in community and religious affairs.

’38 BS Ag—Frederick C. Smith of Dayton, OH, May 16, 2010; CEO and chairman of the board, Huffy Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Sigma Phi.

’38 BS Ag—William T. Smith II of Big Flats, NY, March 30, 2010; former NYS senator; farmer; operated Smithome Farms and Smithome Farms Kitchen; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

’39 BA—Benjamin E. Dean of Owego, NY, March 18, 2010; attorney; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

’39—Margaret Black Harris of Gardiner, ME, April 3, 2010; high school teacher’s aide; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’39, BS ’40—Carter Livermore of Rochester, NY, May 5, 2009; worked for Eastman Kodak; researched Native American genealogy in New York State; active in civic and religious affairs.

’40 BA—Dayle Faris Durkin (Mrs. Thomas J. ’44) of Baldwin City, KS, May 15, 2010; English professor, Kansas Wesleyan U.; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

’40 BA—Elizabeth Cincotta Kling of Wauchula, FL, formerly of Fultonville, NY, January 18, 2010; farmer; active in religious affairs. Kappa Delta.

’40, MD ’43—Morrison Rutherford of Medford, OR, formerly of Oxnard, CA, February 4, 2009; ob/gyn.

’40 MS—Mary E. Sanders of State College, PA, April 3, 2010; research scientist; specialist in plant genetics and botany; taught at Penn State, U. of Wisconsin, and South Dakota State College; also worked at Carnegie Inst. genetics dept., Smith College, Connecticut College, Mt. Holyoke, and Yale U.; active in professional and religious affairs.

’40 BEE—LeRoy A. Woodruff of Sun City West, AZ, November 17, 2009; electrical engineer. Seal & Serpent.

’41—Richard P. Conway of Morganton, NC, August 22, 2009; worked for Ford Motors; farm manager, Seven Springs Farm; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

’41—Pansy Roake Green of Victoria, British Columbia, February 9, 2010.

’41 BA—Jean Syverson Lewis of Bear Creek, NC, June 21, 2009; active in alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

’41, BA ’42, PhD ’46—John R. McCartney of Westtown, PA, January 3, 2010; research scientist, DuPont; filmologist. Wife, Dorothy (Wilson), MA ’43.

’42 BCE—Spartacus DeLia of Freeport, Bahamas, formerly of New Hartford, NY, April 15, 2010; owner, S. DeLia Construction Co.; active in community and alumni affairs. Seal & Serpent.

’42 BA—Thelma E. DeLoid of Manchester, NH, April 14, 2010; violinist; active in community and religious affairs.

’42, BA ’43—Gladys Slocum Geer of Montpelier, VT, April 30, 2010; worked for East River Savings Bank; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Omega.

’42 BS HE—Dorothy Marshall Henderson of Peoria, AZ, formerly of Greenwich, CT, June 12, 2010; high school teacher; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Gamma. Husband, Albert W. Henderson ’42, LLB ’47.

’42 BS Ag, PhD ’51—Riley H. Kirby of Upper Marlboro, MD, April 15, 2010; worked for the USDA; veteran; genealogical researcher. Alpha Zeta.

’42-43 GR—Mary Taylor LaFalce of Richville, NY, April 10, 2010; English dept. chair, Gouverneur Senior High School; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’42 BME—Mazel M. Merrill of Fort Worth, TX, formerly of Dallas, TX, March 27, 2010; engineering manager, Lone Star Gas; industrial engineer, LTV Corp.; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Seal & Serpent.

’43—Eunice Storey Deerhake of Raleigh, NC, February 24, 2010; counselor; radar technician, Bell Laboratories; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

’43, BME ’49—Jim St. John Hughes of West Grove, PA, formerly of Ramsey, NJ, April 10, 2010; mechanical engineer; worked for DuPont, Virginia-Carolina Chemical Corp., and American Cyanimid; real estate broker; veteran. Seal & Serpent.

’43 BA—Shirely Wurtzel Jacobs of Westport, CT, April 28, 2010; owner and operator, NMCGA Insurance Co.; retired realtor; active in community affairs.

’43 MA—Dorothy Wilson McCartney (Mrs. John R. ’41, PhD ’46) of Westtown, PA, January 9, 2010. Sigma Pi.

’44—Frederick C. Hannahs of Tiburon, CA, May 16, 2010; retired stockbroker; volunteer firefighter; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

’44 BS Chem E—Herbert H. Jacobs of La Jolla, CA, March 24, 2010; VP for research and development, Hallmark Cards; director and counselor to the president, American Greeting Cards; VP and director of research, Dunlap & Assocs.; asst. professor of industrial and management engineering, Columbia U.; consultant to the Surgeon General on workplace safety; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

’44 MD—George Knauer Jr. of Naples, FL, May 12, 2008; ob/gyn; partner, Elizabeth Obstetric Group; assoc. professor of obstetrics and gynecology, New Jersey College of Medicine; chair, dept. of ob/gyn, Elizabeth General Medical Center; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’44, BA ’43, JD ’49—Col. Harold D. Rhynedance Jr. of Fairview, NC, April 11, 2010; attorney; asst. to the Attorney General, US Dept. of Justice; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi. Wife, Ruth (Cosline) ’44.

’44, BS Ag ’47, PhD ’50—Robert M. Roecker of Geneseo, NY, January 7, 2010; professor emeritus of biology, SUNY Geneseo; veteran.

’44—Edmund J. Talott of Saint David, AZ, November 12, 2008. Theta Xi.

’45, BS HE ’43—Claire Michaelson Bergrun of Los Altos Hills, CA, April 4, 2010; assistant dietician, Stanford U. Hospital; computer operator, NACA Ames Aeronautical Lab (now NASA Ames Research Center); active in religious affairs. Husband, Norman R. Bergrun ’43.

’45—Lucy Tarshes Broido of Haverford, PA, March 28, 2009; president, Lucy Broido Graphics. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

’45, BS ORIE ’48—Rhoderick E. Brown of Hendersonville, NC, June 20, 2010; retired plant supervisor, Belding-Corticelli Textiles; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

’45—Nancy Clark Cox of Lakeland, FL, November 14, 2008.

’45 BME—Walter S. Easley of Gig Harbor, WA, May 22, 2010; worked for IBM; veteran; active in religious affairs.

’45—Charles R. Eble of Homosassa, FL, October 4, 2008. Sigma Nu.

’45—Wilson L. Gilbert of Rushford, NY, January 28, 2010; director emeritus, Allegany Co-Op Insurance Co. Wife, Marian (Tellier) ’48.

’45 BS Nurs—Evelyn Schiffert Hale of Winthrop, ME, March 24, 2010; Baptist minister; nurse; active in religious affairs.

’45 BEE—Charles R. Heising of Berwyn, PA, September 7, 2009; electrical engineer, General Electric; worked on reliability management for NASA’s Apollo program, early-warning radar system, power transmission, and turbojet engines; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

’45 BS Ag—Helen Machata Kroll of New London, CT, February 10, 2010; microbiologist, pharmaceutical industry; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’45 DVM—Philip H. Liebig of West Pawlet, VT, April 21, 2010; veterinarian; fruit and strawberry farmer. Alpha Psi.

’45—Agnes Hurley Majilton (Mrs. Edward A. ’41, DVM ’43) of Elizabethtown, NY, formerly of Winslow, AR, and Lake Placid, NY, January 5, 2010; assisted in her husband’s veterinary clinic; active in community affairs.

’45 MD—Mary Ann Payne of Ithaca, NY, March 24, 2010; physician; clinical professor of medicine, Cornell Medical College; attending physician, New York Hospital; also worked for the Communicable Disease Center; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

’45, BA ’44—Ethel Quackenbush Wadeson of Warwick, NY, April 12, 2009; schoolteacher; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

’45, BA ’44—Charlotte Madison Devers Wallace of Tucson, AZ, formerly of Armonk, NY, April 22, 2010; director, New Castle Library; information specialist, General Dynamics Corp.; head librarian, Compton Advertising; active in community and religious affairs.

’46, BME ’45—Rev. Donald W. Beers of Belvedere, NJ, May 18, 2010; retired US Navy and Marine Corps Episcopal chaplain; founding vicar, St. Alban’s Episcopal Church; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

’46—Joel N. Kutz of Sarasota, FL, September 10, 2008; veterinarian; founder, Brockport Animal Hospital; veteran; woodworker; sailor.

’46 BS HE—Sara McKissick Vick of Albion, NY, April 24, 2010; retired kindergarten teacher; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

’47 BA—Allison Dewey Crittenden of Wheaton, IL, May 15, 2010; active in religious affairs. Delta Gamma. Husband, Harold R. Crittenden ’47.

’47 BA, MBA ’49—John P. Cushing of Queensbury, NY, February 27, 2010; personnel mananger, Scott Paper Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Wife, Marion (Scott) ’45.

’47 BS Nurs—Martha Sevison Dade of Bradford Heights, KY, December 15, 2009; nurse, Jennie Stuart Medical Center; homemaker; active in community and religious affairs.

’47 MD—Harry M. Depan of Queensbury, NY, May 26, 2010; general surgeon; medical missionary; veteran; active in professional affairs.

’47, BS HE ’46—Dorothy Corser Gislason of Victoria, British Columbia, April 20, 2010; psychiatric social worker, Saanich Mental Health; Unitarian chaplain; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

’47-49 SP Ag—Charles A. Hennrich of Williamsville, NY, May 10, 2009; owner, Hennrich Poultry Farm.

’47 MS, PhD ’49—Julius R. Hoffman of Flushing, MI, April 14, 2010; entomologist; specialized in nursery and greenhouse pests; professor and assistant dean, College of Nat’l Science, Michigan State U.; researcher, U. of Utrecht; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

’47 BS HE—Carmel Vertucci Maldari of New Dorp, NY, April 18, 2010; elementary school teacher; artist; active in community and religious affairs.

’47 BA—Doris Swart Panisius (Mrs. William G. ’46, BCE ’48) of Newark, OH, March 16, 2010; interior decorator; active in community affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

’47 DVM—Calvin B. Roper of Menlo Park, CA, August 11, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

’47 PhD—Harold E. Smith of Dekalb, IL, March 24, 2010; sociology professor, Northern Illinois U.; researched Southeast Asia; veteran; author; book review editor; active in professional and religious affairs.

’48 BS ORIE, MBA ’50—Jerome M. Blum of West Orange, NJ, December 24, 2009; retired controller.

’48 MS—A. Dewey Bond of Great Falls, VA, May 25, 2010; senior VP, American Meat Inst.; also worked for the American Farm Bureau Federation; executive secretary, Nat’l Meat Canners Assn.; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Alpha Zeta.

’48 BA—Julia Marzec Cacavas of Buffalo, NY, June 10, 2010; retired social worker; career counselor; active in civic and alumni affairs.

’48—Betty Pritchard Cameron (Mrs. Robert A. ’46) of Corning, NY, May 28, 2010; secretary, Ingersoll Rand and Corning Glass Works; active in religious affairs.

’48 BCE—John C. Cunningham of Kettering, OH, March 29, 2010; special assistant for water policy, US Dept. of Interior; waste management engineer; civil engineer; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

’48 MA—Donald P. Dietrich of Ithaca, NY, August 1, 2007.

’48—Joseph M. Fitzpatrick of Carmel, CA, formerly of Salt Lake City, UT, May 29, 2010; advertising executive; reporter, Salt Lake Tribune; reporter and columnist for the Monterey Herald.

’48—Mary Mozier Fowler of Middlefield, CT, June 10, 2010; retired real estate agent, Merrill Lynch; buyer, Kabachnick’s clothing store. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

’48 LLB—Albert R. Hochster of Allenhurst, NJ, April 2, 2010; attorney; veteran; active in community affairs.

’48 BA—Mary Ellen Salisbury Kelton of Montpelier, VT, March 14, 2010; social worker; customer service representative; homemaker; musician. Kappa Delta.

’48, BA ’49—Jeanne Chamoulaud Kimmell of Cornwall, PA, formerly of Cheney and Kennett Square, PA, May 13, 2010; post office worker; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

’48 BME—Russell R. Kinsey of Annandale, VA, February 9, 2010.

’48 BS Hotel—David E. Lloyd Jr. of Holden, MA, April 8, 2010; treasurer and VP for business affairs, Worcester Polytechnic Inst.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Sigma Rho.

’48—Elizabeth Evenden MacGregor (Mrs. Malcolm J. ’48, MS ’51) of Park City, UT, January 28, 2010.

’48, BME ’49—John S. Osborne of Vestal, NY, April 16, 2010; retired engineer, IBM; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

’48 MS HE—Lola Lackey Weaver of Dallas, TX, May 24, 2010; home economics teacher; active in professional and religious affairs.

’48 BA, MA ’49—Franklin M. Wright of Memphis, TN, January 30, 2010; retired history professor, Rhodes College; also taught at Brown and UConn; veteran; Roman coin collector; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’49 BCE—Richard Bard Jr. of Murray, ID, March 7, 2010; land surveyor; VP and manager, Simi Ranch; veteran. Chi Phi.

’49, BA ’51—Seymour Brines of Brooklyn, NY, April 19, 2010; psychotherapist; active in alumni affairs.

’49—Frances Pocus Eldredge (Mrs. Halsey A. ’44) of Westmoreland, NY, formerly of Sharon Springs, NY, April 18, 2010; dairy farmer; Thoroughbred horse breeder; active in alumni affairs.

’49 BEE—William R. Elmendorf of Frederick, MD, August 31, 2006. Acacia.

’49 MA—Rowena Fairchild Hewitt (Mrs. Ryland H. ’48, PhD ’61) of Stamford, NY, formerly of Albany, NY, June 23, 2010; English teacher; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

’49 BS ILR—Joseph E. Hirsch of Scottsdale, AZ, July 3, 2009; retired elementary schoolteacher.

’49 MRP, PhD ’52—Robert C. Hoover of St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada, January 22, 2010; professor emeritus of urban and environmental studies, Brock U.; crusader against urban sprawl; worked in city planning departments in New Jersey and New York; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

’49 BA, DVM ’54, MS Ag ’59—John L. Hyde of Ithaca, NY, April 19, 2010; veterinarian; chief biological safety officer, Plum Island Animal Disease Center; worked for USDA Research Center; taught at School of Veterinary Medicine, U. of Pennsylvania; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’49 BS HE—Clara Ann Newell Lloyd (Mrs. John W. ’49) of Ithaca, NY, April 30, 2010; special education teacher; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

’49 PhD—Morton E. Milberg of Tucson, AZ, March 24, 2010; research physical chemist, Ford Motor Co.; specialist in automotive glass and ceramics; taught at U. of North Dakota; active in professional affairs.

’49 PhD—Bernard B. Stangler of Hot Springs Village, AR, May 6, 2010; landscape designer; nursery owner; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

’49 PhD—William D. Walker of Durham, NC, April 8, 2010; professor emeritus of physics, Duke U.; co-discoverer of the rho meson sub-atomic particle; also taught at U. of Wisconsin; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

’49, BA ’52—Barbara Race Weber of Niskayuna, NY, April 15, 2010; mental health aide, Ellis Hospital; piano accompanist, Schenectady Light Opera; helped found the Schenectady Women’s Tennis Assn.; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Sigma Kappa.

’49 BA—Alfred R. Wood of Milford, MI, April 26, 2009; retired from Decorative Wood Windows; veteran. Chi Phi.

’50 PhD—Warren S. Barham of Gilroy, CA, April 16, 2010; plant breeder; founder, Barham Seeds; professor and head of horticultural sciences, Texas A&M; director of raw products research, Basic Vegetables; asst. professor of horticulture, North Carolina State U.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

’50 MCE—Rev. William N. Bender of Manitowish Waters, WI, April 26, 2010; retired United Methodist minister; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

’50 BS HE—Jo Kessel Buyske of Crozet, VA, May 5, 2010; worked for New York Life; active in civic and alumni affairs.

’50-51 GR—Carolyn Craugh of Dallas, TX, April 5, 2010; travel agent; handled Rochester European Sister City trips for the State Dept.’s “People-to-People” program; worked with Hal Sawyer’s TV show “Passport to Travel”; consultant, Story Travel Services; active in community affairs.

’50 DVM—William P. Darrow of Wellington, FL, May 11, 2010; veterinarian.

’50 BArch—Lewis M. Eisenstadt of Greenville, SC, February 23, 2010; architect; partner, DesignStrategies; partner, Odell Associates; partner, Kling Partnership; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

’50 BS Ag—Richard N. Etter of Tomball, TX, June 2, 2009; worked for the Social Security Administration. Seal & Serpent.

’50 BS Ag—Walter L. Ganshaw of Wilson, NY, February 12, 2010; 4-H executive; recipient of 4-H Distinguished Service Award; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

’50 MS—Janet McHugh Hawksley of Victoria, British Columbia, April 14, 2010; taught science at both university and elementary levels; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Husband, Oscar Hawksley, PhD ’50.

’50 BS Ag—Don C. Higgins of Schenectady, NY, April 1, 2010; neurologist; taught at the Yale School of Medicine, U. of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, and Albany Medical College; veteran; author; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

’50 DVM—Alvin E. Hixon of Orange City, FL, June 14, 2010; veterinarian; taught at Daytona Beach Junior College; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

’50—Richard J. Ireland of Southborough, MA, November 30, 2009; product design consultant. Seal & Serpent.

’50 JD—Daniel C. Knickerbocker Jr. of Brooklyn, NY, May 17, 2010; senior VP and general counsel, John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance; former president, New England Home for Little Wanderers; former president, Family Counseling and Guidance Services; professor emeritus, Seton Hall School of Law; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Helaine (Blutman), JD ’51.

’50 BME—Edward W. Lighton Jr. of Falls Church, VA, April 27, 2010; retired superintendent, Washington Gas; veteran.

’50 DVM—Vader M. Loomis of Waynesboro, PA, April 23, 2010; veterinarian; drugs inspector, FDA; also worked for USDA; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Psi.

’50 BA—Alphonse A. Satkus of Ventnor, NJ, March 25, 2007; insurance adjustor; artist; veteran.

’50 BS Ag, MS Ag ’51—Ralph R. Smalley of Cobleskill, NY, May 17, 2010; soil scientist; taught at SUNY Cobleskill; also worked for Turfgrass Management, Florida Experiment Station; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

’50 BS Ag—Farquhar Smith of Mystic, CT, April 3, 2010; florist; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

’51, BME ’52—Lawrence L. Burckmyer of Marblehead, MA, June 2, 2010; owner and president, Backer-Loring Corp.; partner, Broad Street Capital; veteran; sailor; photographer; active in community affairs.

’51 PhD—Peter V. Curl of Shelbyville, IL, formerly of Washington, DC, May 17, 2010; worked for the Historical Office, US State Dept.; veteran.

’51 BS Hotel, MS Hotel ’55—Lt. Col. Richard L. Ehni of Washington, DC, April 11, 2010; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta. Wife, Joan (Koelsch) ’51.

’51 BA—Leonard R. Fahs of Cincinnati, OH, May 25, 2010; retired asst. VP, Merrill Lynch; also worked for Reade Manufacturing Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

’51 BS Ag—Bruce Gray Jr. of South Portland, ME, April 9, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Theta Xi.

’51 BFA—Fred L. Hudson Jr. of Miami, FL, May 8, 2010; retired industrial designer; worked for Chris Craft, American Motors, Chrysler, Hatteras Yachts, Whitcraft, Bertram, and Uniesse Yachts; active in professional affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

’51 DVM—M. Herbert Jones of Amherst, NY, May 23, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

’51 MEd—Jane Golding Joslin of Kenmore, NY, May 17, 2010. Husband, Norman E. Joslin, LLB ’52.

’51, BArch ’52—Robert D. Katz of London, England, April 28, 2010; architect.

’51—George W. Martin of Gardnerville, NV, October 24, 2009.

’51-52 GR—Carol Naumann Shallenberger (Mrs. Robert S., PhD ’55) of Geneva, NY, April 21, 2010; worked at the Geneva Times; active in community affairs.

’51 LLB—E. W. Dann Stevens of Buffalo, NY, April 29, 2010; estate attorney; founding director, Food Bank of Western New York; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

’51 BS Ag—Francis A. Trerise of Glens Falls, NY, October 6, 2009; retired science teacher; veteran; author; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

’51 BA—Marilyn Cohen Yorkshire of Boynton Beach, FL, formerly of Niskayuna, NY, April 8, 2010; special education teacher; executive underwriter, Prudential Insurance; active in community affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

’52 MS HE—Gladys Nicholson Black of Martin, GA, formerly of Warren Township, NJ, May 10, 2010; artist; sculptor; member, Ward Foundation; active in community and professional affairs.

’52 BCE—Walter S. Bortko of Bonita Springs, FL, April 1, 2010; civil engineer, Comptroller’s Office, City of New York; real estate broker; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Epsilon. Wife, Rosemary (Manno) ’55.

’52, BCE ’53—Gordon R. Brooks of Wilsonville, OR, June 13, 2010; worked for the US Federal Highway Admin.; veteran; active in community affairs. Chi Phi.

’52 BS Ag, MEd ’64—Stanley R. Burton of Mount Dora, FL, May 13, 2010; school superintendent and high school principal; taught agriculture and industrial arts; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Pi.

’52 BS Hotel—Edward R. Felshow of Las Vegas, NV, February 25, 2010. Phi Kappa Sigma.

’52—Roderick L. Fuess of New Hartford, NY, April 10, 2010; worked for Eastern Rock Products; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’52 MA, PhD ’54—Dallas L. Jones of Ann Arbor, MI, April 24, 2010; professor emeritus and chair, Dept. of Labor and Industrial Relations, U. of Michigan; labor arbitrator; business professor, U. of Colorado, Boulder; author; veteran; active in professional affairs.

’52 LLB—Reese H. Taylor Jr. of Las Vegas, NV, April 16, 2010; attorney; chairman, Interstate Commerce Commission; chair, Public Utilities Commission of Nevada; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

’53—Raymond E. Adams Jr. of Maple Hill, KS, September 3, 2009. Phi Gamma Delta.

’53—Geraldine Hastings Anderson of Houston, TX, formerly of Grambling, LA, March 27, 2010; department head of home economics, Grambling U.; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’53 MD—George T. Conger of Akron, OH, and Cortez, CO, March 29, 2010; ob/gyn; practiced at Akron City Hospital; veteran.

’53, BS Ag ’56—Leslie A. Dickinson of Nipomo, CA, April 9, 2010; retired teacher; veteran; active in community affairs.

’53 BS Ag, PhD ’60—Donald G. Dodds of Coldbrook, Nova Scotia, Canada, May 5, 2010; pioneer in wildlife management in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia; professor of biology and dean of science, Acadia U.; served in the UN’s Development Program and the Food and Agricultural Organization; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

’53 BA—Martin D. Ginsburg of Washington, DC, June 27, 2010; professor of law, Georgetown U. Law School; counsel to Fried, Fran, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson law firm; also taught at Columbia U. and New York U.; expert in tax law; veteran; active in civic, professional, and alumni affairs. Tau Delta Phi. Wife, Ruth (Bader) ’54.

’53 BS Hotel—Robert B. Green of Napa, CA, March 31, 2010; radio announcer; restaurant owner; veteran; active in community affairs.

’53 MEd—Samuel C. Gundy of Reading, PA, April 23, 2010; professor emeritus of natural sciences, Kutztown State College; director, Reading Public Museum; nature specialist, Reading Recreation Dept.; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

’53, BS Nurs ’54—Jean MacGregor Iliff of Newton, NJ, April 6, 2010; registered nurse; active in community and religious affairs.

’53, B Chem E ’54—John P. Jones of Fairmont, WV, February 8, 2010; owner and president, Jones Fur Service; also worked for Standard Oil of New Jersey; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Chi Sigma.

’53 JD—William M. Kavanaugh of Newburgh, NY, April 19, 2010; attorney; corporation counsel, City of Newburgh; acting Newburgh City Court judge; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

’53—Ernest L. Kistler Jr. of Shreveport, LA, May 8, 2010; aerospace and marine engineer; asst. professor of marine engineering, Texas A&M; designed a space re-entry vehicle and the escape capsule for the B-58; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

’53 BA—Nancy Helpern Moldover of New York City, April 16, 2010. Husband, Edward D. Moldover ’47, BA ’45, MA ’46.

’53—William H. Raser Jr. of Los Angeles, CA, November 12, 2009; president, Datatrace.

’53 BME—William J. Sallak of Wallingford, CT, April 9, 2010; senior industrial engineer, Sikorsky Aircraft; also worked for Winchester Repeating Arms; active in community and religious affairs.

’53 BS Ag—Henry C. Shapley of Stafford, TX, January 22, 2006.

’53—Alan A. Steinberg of Bala Cynwyd, PA, December 2, 2006; worked for American Steel Engr. Co. Beta Sigma Rho.

’53—John R. Whitney of Reseda, CA, October 10, 2009. Cayuga Lodge.

’53 PhD—Robert J. Young of Ithaca, NY, April 19, 2010; professor emeritus and chairman, Cornell Animal Science Dept.; researcher, Procter & Gamble, Int’l Minerals and Chemical Corp., and U. of Toronto; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

’54 MS—Charles G. Fargo of Westlake Village, CA, April 9, 2010; VP, engineering and test, and director of engine and mechanical research for the Space Shuttle, Rocketdyne; also worked for Northrop Grumman; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’54 BA—William D. Gohr III of Atlanta, GA, May 23, 2010; president, Blue Ribbon Products; also worked in the oil industry; veteran. Delta Phi.

’54 BS HE—Diana Skaletzky Herman of Franklin Township, NJ, May 30, 2010; worked in childhood education, communications, and administration; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’54 BS ILR—Wilfrid C. Jervis of Falls Church, VA, March 7, 2010; artist. Phi Sigma Kappa.

’54 MA—Francesca Vidale Langbaum of Charlottesville, VA, April 11, 2010; Italian professor, U. of Virginia; taught French at Cornell U.; edited the French section of the Random House unabridged dictionary; also taught Latin; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Husband, Robert W. Langbaum ’44, BA ’47.

’54 BA—Betty Siebert Libera of Stuart, FL, April 15, 2010; writer, Kodak Co.; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

’54-58 GR—James P. Lipp of San Antonio, TX, May 7, 2010; electrical engineer; manager and consulting engineer, Honeywell; also worked for General Electric; veteran; author; active in community and religious affairs.

’54 MS—Stephen W. Simon of Cockeysville, MD, April 11, 2010; ornithologist; biology professor, Catonsville Community College; also taught at Ashland U.; active in professional affairs.

’55—Mary Dodge Astle of Walpole, NH, May 17, 2010; breeder of Connemara ponies and golden retrievers; active in community affairs.

’55 BA—Paul H. Baris of Ramat Chen, Israel, March 22, 2010; attorney; partner and chair of the International Dept., Yigal Arnon & Co.; law professor, Bar Ilan U.; author; active in civic and professional affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

’55 BS HE—Marcia Porter Dowd of Moultonborough, NH, June 18, 2010; homemaker; active in community affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

’55 BS HE—Roberta Bellis Long of Pittsford, NY, January 20, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

’55 BS Ag—Rodney S. Morris of Cortland, NY, April 21, 2010; agricultural missionary, Friends United Meeting; expert in non-violent conflict resolution; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Cayuga Lodge. Wife, Joan (Skillicorn) ’54.

’55 BS Ag, MS ’58—Lyle A. Newcomb of Altamont, NY, October 9, 2009; director, Dairy Industries Services, NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets; outdoor enthusiast. Wife, Judith (Barber) ’57.

’55 BA—Audrey Kinney Pabst (Mrs. Gustave ’52, BA ’56) of Tucson, AZ, March 28, 2010; outdoorswoman; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

’56 MS Ag—Francis Bethlen of Sarasota, FL, formerly of Plattsburgh, NY, June 17, 2010; professor of economics, Dept. of Management and Marketing, SUNY Plattsburgh; Fulbright Fellow; int’l consultant, United Nations; livestock market specialist in Argentina; served in the Hungarian Resistance in WWII; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

’56 BS HE—Sonia Goldfarb Brody of Summit, NJ, April 28, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

’56, BArch ’57—Edward A. Rosen of New York City, April 14, 2010; architect; senior VP, Bovis Lend Lease; also worked at General Foods and Ulrich Franzen & Assocs.; active in alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

’56 BS Ag—Barbara Woods Russell of Ashland, OR, formerly of Arcata, CA, June 13, 2006. Pi Beta Phi. Husband, John B. Russell, PhD ’56.

’56 BS Ag—Aubra Chadwick Storer of Palo Alto, CA, February 27, 2010; social worker; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta. Husband, Tracy S. Storer ’54, BEE ’55.

’57 MBA—James H. Burkley of Wayland, MA, April 27, 2010; int’l marketing manager, air traffic and control systems, Raytheon; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

’57, BS Ag ’60—Robert M. Butts of Pittsford, NY, formerly of Geneva, NY, May 17, 2010; research support specialist, NYS Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva.

’57 DVM—Albert C. Fritz of Manchester, CT, June 2, 2010; veterinarian. Alpha Psi.

’57 PhD—Paul A. Putnam of Springfield, VT, May 8, 2010; retired director, Beltsville Agriculture Research Center, USDA; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

’57—Cynthia Whitman Sledge of Wyomissing, PA, April 1, 2010; active in religious affairs. Delta Gamma.

’58 BA—Jay L. Cunningham of Las Vegas, NV, November 5, 2007. Theta Xi.

’58 MBA—John L. Kelley of New Smyrna Beach, FL, and Hermitage, PA, January 2, 2010; VP of tax and government affairs, Cleveland-Cliffs Iron Co.; also worked for Ernst & Ernst; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

’58 LLB/JD—Marvin J. Rosenthal of Rochester, NY, March 14, 2010; attorney.

’58 BS Ag—Herbert H. Stoevener of Blacksburg, VA, May 10, 2010; special asst. to the provost for int’l programs, and dept. head of agriculture and applied economics, Virginia Tech U.; also worked at Oregon State U. Alpha Zeta.

’59, BME ’60—Robert C. Crites of Clyde Hill, WA, formerly of Lake Oswego, OR, April 3, 2010; retired, engineering sales; sailor and outdoorsman; veteran; active in civic, professional, and alumni affairs. Wife, Janet (McClayton) ’62.

’59 BS Hotel—E. J. Crofoot II of Sterling, AK, April 10, 2010; president, Golden State Bottling Co.; VP of operations, Pacific Hosts; president, Auto Bath; owner, Pacific Interiors; veteran; active in community affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

’59, BME ’60—James T. Curran of Gibsonia, PA, June 11, 2009; mechanical engineer. Delta Chi.

’59 BS Ag—James K. Green of Monticello, NY, March 27, 2010; dentist; staff dentist, Woodbourne Correctional Facility; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

’59 BA—Janet M. Jones of Rye, NH, May 16, 2010; worked for Travelers Insurance; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

’59 BA—Stephen J. Segal of Glendale, CA, March 25, 2010; producer, film trailers and premiers for MGM, Columbia Pictures, Allied Artists, and Universal Pictures; VP, creative advertising, New World Pictures; WVBR commentator. Phi Sigma Delta.

’60 BS Nurs—Barbara Lynch Guise of Hillsboro, OR, April 27, 2010; registered nurse; active in professional affairs.

’60 BS Ag—Robert M. Heliczer of Lakewood, CA, December 6, 2009; plant safeguard specialist, US Dept. of Agriculture; active in alumni affairs.

’60 MBA—John D. Hendrix of Naples, FL, January 23, 2010; worked for Federated Stores and Peat Marwick & Mitchell; certified financial officer of retail chain; veteran; author; active in community and alumni affairs.

’60 PhD—Samuel Kotz of Silver Spring, MD, March 16, 2010; statistics professor, George Washington U.; also taught at the U. of Maryland; editor, Encyclopedia of Statistical Sciences; author; served in Israeli Air Force; active in professional and religious affairs.

’60 BA—Joel E. Marsh of Berkeley, CA, April 4, 2010; co-founder, Marsh & Perna, immigration law firm; taught international and immigration law at Golden Gate Law School; Foreign Service officer; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

’60 BA—James M. Nelson Jr. of Kewadin, MI, January 27, 2009; founder, Indoor Furniture; CEO, Scan Furniture; veteran. Beta Theta Pi.

’60 BS HE—Patricia Ceterski Rebollo of Aurora, CO, formerly of Sacramento, CA May 9, 2010; special education teacher.

’60, B Chem E ’61—George W. Roberts of Raleigh, NC, April 5, 2010; professor and dept. head of chemical engineering, North Carolina State U.; author; active in professional and alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi. Wife, Mary (Perdriau) ’61.

’60 BA—Judith Arnold Scharpen of Cupertino, CA, January 26, 2010; chemist. Chi Omega.

’60 BS Hotel—Hugh L. Starnes of Charlotte, NC, April 9, 2010; restaurateur; veteran; active in professional affairs.

’60—Donald E. Stirbis of Patterson, NY, October 18, 2009.

’60 MS—Thomas A. Wisner of Lusby, MD, April 2, 2010; songwriter and “Bard of the Chesapeake Bay”; educator, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory; high school science teacher; naturalist, Sequoia Nat’l Park; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

’61 PhD—Charles P. Mason of St. Peter, MN, May 10, 2010; biology professor, Gustavus Adolphus College; founder, Linnaeus Arboretum; active in professional affairs.

’61 BS Ag—James H. Miller of Pierson, FL, April 5, 2010; chief operating officer, Scott Labs.

’61-62 GR—Keith P. West of Broomall, PA, October 22, 2008.

’62-63 GR—Victor G. Como of Millington, TN, March 30, 2010; taught science and math in the Shelby County School System and local college; veteran; active in religious affairs.

’63 MA, PhD ’67—Dorothy Marshall Betz of McLean, VA, April 13, 2010; associate professor of French, Georgetown U.; author; editor, Romance Quarterly; active in professional affairs. Husband, Paul F. Betz, MA ’63, PhD ’65.

’63 BA, MS ’67—Dennis R. Eadie of Ithaca, NY, May 20, 2010; physicist.

’63—Robert C. Hauf of Wyomissing, PA, July 30, 2009.

’63 BA—Robert L. Potter of Glenshaw, PA, May 8, 2010; attorney; argued a case that changed how the NIH funds medical research; taught at U. of Pittsburgh School of Law; veteran; active in professional affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

’64, BEE ’65, MEE ’66—Daniel J. Fowley Jr. of Ithaca, NY, November 19, 2009. Theta Xi.

’64 BS ILR—Sanford M. Gibbs of Anchorage, AK, June 12, 2010; attorney; partner at Brown, Waller and Gibbs; worked for the Alaska Dept. of Law; trial attorney, Civil Aeronautics Board; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

’64—Robert F. Lander of Keno, OR, April 8, 2010; head of data processing, Klamath County, OR; also worked at Los Alamos Labs; active in civic and community affairs.

’64 BS Ag—Susan Lang Merrill of Olympia, WA, formerly of Shavertown, PA, March 31, 2010; founder and co-administrator, Peace and Justice Center; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’65 BS Nurs—Pauline Chouk Camarota of Bethlehem, PA, May 22, 2010; professor emerita of nursing, Cedar Crest College; also taught at Cornell U. and Marymount U.; active in community and religious affairs.

’65 BEE, MEE ’66—John M. Davis of Woodbine, MD, March 11, 2010; electrical engineer.

’65—Richard C. Kevin of Cottonwood, AZ, April 29, 2010; engineer, U.S. West; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

’65 MA—Richard L. Troischt of Clifton Park, NY, May 16, 2010; worked for Xerox Corp.; active in community affairs.

’65 BS Nurs—Mary Johnson Woods of Tequesta, FL, April 7, 2010; professor, Palm Beach Community College; family and marriage therapist; also taught psychiatric nursing.

’66 PhD—William A. Howard of Melbourne, Australia, August 9, 2009; labor economist; expert on industrial relations; developed the union dependency thesis; associate professor of economics and politics, Monash U.; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

’66 MS—Kathleen Dennison Masters of Prescott, AZ, March 28, 2010; attorney; active in religious affairs.

’67 BA—Lt. Col. Edmund Bauernfeind of Hobe Sound, FL, March 14, 2010; retired pilot; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Pi.

’67 MBA—William R. Moody Jr. of Skaneateles, NY, and Palm Beach, FL, May 6, 2010; pediatric orthodontist; veteran; active in professional affairs.

’67 MS Ag—Vishnu Swarup of Santa Barbara, CA, February 14, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

’68 BS Ag—David J. Chiron of Boca Raton, FL, December 16, 2009; orthodontist. Beta Sigma Rho.

’68—Rev. Richard G. Metz of Sisters, OR, May 13, 2010; Lutheran pastor; business executive; veteran; active in religious affairs.

’68-69 GR—Joan Niles Sears of Ithaca, NY, November 9, 2009; author.

’68 PhD—Hari P. Sharma of Burnaby, British Columbia, March 16, 2010; professor emeritus of sociology, Simon Fraser U.; author; Hindi short story writer; photographer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

’69 MD—Victor P. Addonizio Jr. of Newtown Square, PA, May 5, 2010; chief of cardiac surgery, Abington Memorial; surgical director, Porter Inst. for Valvular Heart Disease; chief of cardiac and thoracic surgery, Temple U. Hospital; associate professor of surgery, U. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Zeta Psi.

’70 BS Ag—Paul X. Kirchhoffer of New Dorp, NY, April 3, 2010; securities trader; owner, Moravian Florist; active in religious affairs.

’71 BA—Richard S. Kanter of Cleveland, OH, May 6, 2010; international trade specialist, US Export Assistance Center; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

’71, BS Ag ’75—John P. King Jr. of Chalfont, PA, May 3, 2010.

’71 BFA—Kathleen McQueen Tipper of Nantucket, MA, May 6, 2010; fashion retailer and buyer for Macy’s, Lane Bryant, and Belk stores; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, Harry Tipper III ’71, BA ’73.

’71, BS Ag ’72—John E. Twitchell of Mount Upton, NY, April 13, 2010; certified nursing assistant, NYS Veterans Home; farmer; environmentalist; active in community affairs.

’71 BA—Susan Goldberg Wax of Holliston, MA, March 22, 2010; high school and junior college math teacher; doula. Delta Phi Epsilon.

’71 BS Ag—Stephen W. Ziemba of Cato, NY, May 1, 2010; dairy farmer; owner, Ziems Farms; former president, Nat’l Holstein Assn.; active in professional affairs.

’72 BS Nurs—Janet R. Humble of Westwood, MA, April 9, 2009; nurse practitioner.

’72 MPA—Gordon E. Hurd of Arlington, VA, May 17, 2010; development director, World Council of Credit Unions; worked for the U. of Wisconsin Foundation; senior development officer, AARP; also worked for TransCentury, Applied Management Sciences, and the US Office of Education; active in professional affairs.

’72 BS Ag—Peter J. LaRose of New City, NY, April 18, 2010; principal court attorney, NYS Supreme Court. Pi Kappa Alpha.

’72 MD—Jon A. Rothenberg of Riverdale, NY, May 7, 2010; physician; trustee, Gurdjieff Foundation.

’73 MS HE—Sherwyn Cunard Brandt of Warner Robins, GA, June 19, 2010; university instructor and program manager at Robins Air Force Base; artist.

’73 BS HE—Joyce Freedman Garber of Boca Raton, FL, May 18, 2010. Husband, Harvey T. Garber ’73.

’73 BCE—Walter C. Sperry of Binghamton, NY, March 26, 2010; civil engineer, NYS Dept. of Transportation; active in religious affairs.

’75 MS—Gordon K. Prouty of Arlington, VA, April 10, 2010; USAID officer; manager, branch office of American Express in Europe; veteran.

’85 BA—Deborah J. Togut of Rockville, MD, April 9, 2010; cantor, B’nai Israel Congregation.

’88 BS Hotel—Jill Oliver Tannebaum of Baltimore, MD, April 29, 2010; owner/manager, the Wharf Rat pub.

’89 BS HE—Christine Husisian Stewart of Vestal, NY, formerly of Naples, FL, July 7, 2006; graphic designer; author.

’90 DMA—Duane L. Heller of Daly City, CA, March 6, 2009; composer; music professor, Humboldt State U.; pianist.

’92 MS—Roland E. Shanks of Anchorage, AK, April 9, 2010; retired, Rural Community Assistance Corp.; also worked for the Alaska Inter-Tribal Council, the Democratic Party, and Alaska Fish and Game; active in civic and community affairs.

’93 MS—Steven J. Uzmann of West Danby, NY, April 10, 2010; online instructor, U. of Phoenix.

’97 PhD—Joseph P. Flaherty of North Andover, MA, May 28, 2010; senior principal systems engineer, Raytheon; active in community and religious affairs.

’98 BS Hotel—Leah J. Sutherland of Utica, NY, April 29, 2010; general manager, Hotel Utica; attorney.

’01 MBA—Rupert A. Walters III of New York City, May 20, 2010; VP, Bank of America; investment banker, Royal Bank of Canada; also worked for Bear Stearns; asst. coach, Cornell women’s lacrosse; active in alumni affairs.

’02 BME—Jonathan Leung of Cohoes, NY, April 26, 2010; grad student; expert on monolayer hydrodynamics.

’08 BA—Andrew M. Webb of Houston, TX, April 12, 2010; student, pre-health program, Penn; author; Cornell lacrosse player; active in community affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

’11—Matt C. Zika of West Lafayette, IN, March 12, 2010; junior Operations Research major, College of Engineering; poet; varsity baseball player; active in community affairs.

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