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'26 BA—Edward Sanderson of Southbury, CT, February 20, 2007; owner, Everyday Book Shop; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Phi. '28 BA—Louise Emery Angell of Holland, PA, April 10, 2007; school psychologist; wood carver; active in community and religious affairs. '28 BA—Marcus S. Friedlander of Chevy Chase, MD, March 20, 2006; financial consultant. Pi Lambda Phi. […]

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'26 BA—Edward Sanderson of Southbury, CT, February 20, 2007; owner, Everyday Book Shop; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Phi.

'28 BA—Louise Emery Angell of Holland, PA, April 10, 2007; school psychologist; wood carver; active in community and religious affairs.

'28 BA—Marcus S. Friedlander of Chevy Chase, MD, March 20, 2006; financial consultant. Pi Lambda Phi.

'28 BA—Mabel Rudinsky Landau of New York City, March 23, 2007; active in community affairs.

'29, BA '31—Rose Rubin Bernstein (Mrs. Saul B. '28) of Dennis, MA, February 15, 2007; retired social worker; director, casework services, US Children's Bureau; also taught German and French; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'29, BA '30—M. Whitney Greene of Pittsburgh, PA, February 12, 2007; retired, Koppers Co.; also worked at Standard and Poors; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'29 BA—William Maslow of New York City, February 23, 2007; former exec. director, American Jewish Congress; first director, Committee on Fair Employment Practices; trial attor- ney, National Labor Relations Board; civil rights activist; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Wife, Beatrice (Greenfield) '32.

'29—Louise Treat Robinson (Mrs. James B. '29, BME '30) of Owasco, NY, March 15, 2007. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'30, BA '31, MD '34—Joseph J. Kanich of Richmond, VA, March 25, 2007; retired physician; veteran; active in community affairs. Theta Xi.

'30 BME—Lowell G. Powers of Cincinnati, OH, March 18, 2007; air conditioning engineer; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'30 BME—Francis H. Wyatt of Parkville, MD, February 23, 2007. Sigma Nu.

'31 BA—Lorna Bennett of Ithaca, NY, April 20, 2007; associate librarian, Cornell U.; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'31 BA—Helen Lautrup Durnell of Kirkwood, MO, March 1, 2007; active in alumni affairs.

'31 BS Hotel—James R. Knipe of Lower Gwynedd, PA, January 16, 2007; hotelier; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'32 BA—Martha Travis Houck (Mrs. Nelson D. '34) of Bridgewater, NJ, formerly of Bedminster, NJ, January 19, 2007; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'32, BS Ag '33—Herbert M. Licht of Elmhurst, IL, March 4, 2007. Phi Kappa Psi.

'33—Burton W. Davis of Lawrenceville, NJ, February 27, 2007; electronics technician, Princeton U. Plasma Physics Lab and EMR Photoelectric Co.; veteran. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'33 BA, JD '35—Eli M. Goldberg of Rye, NY, January 20, 2007; attorney; veteran; real estate developer; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'33 BA—Betty Lowndes Heath of Westwood, MA, January 7, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'33—N. G. Howitt of Pompano Beach, FL, April 3, 2007; oral surgeon; former director, Bronx Dental Clinic; active in professional affairs.

'33 BA—George W. Roesch Jr. of Weston, CT, March 7, 2007; retired from Formrite Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'34 BA—Nathaniel B. Elkins of Miami, FL, January 18, 2007; attorney; veteran. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'34 BA—Thomas E. Fairchild of Madison, WI, February 12, 2007; senior judge, 7th Circuit US Court of Appeals; wrote the opinion reversing the Chicago Seven convictions; ran against Sen. Joseph McCarthy; US attorney, Western District of Wisconsin; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'34 BA—Marion Ganzenmuller Goulard (Mrs. Everett M. '34) of Darien, CT, April 8, 2007. Alpha Phi.

'34-36 SP Ag—Malcolm C. Kellogg of Scipio Center, NY, January 18, 2007; director, Office of Disaster Preparedness, Cayuga County; owner, MacKay Farm; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'34 BS HE—Helen Rowley Munson of Utica, NY, March 9, 2007; home economics teacher; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'34—Louis H. Rosenthal of Doylestown, PA, February 19, 2007; owner, Rosenthal's Art and Hobby Supply and New York Central Art Supply; active in alumni affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'34 BS Ag—Richard J. Rozelle of Glenwood, FL, February 19, 2007; retired chemical engineer; active in alumni affairs.

'34, BS HE '36, MS HE '45—Irene Van Deventer Skinner of New London, OH, January 26, 2007; asst. professor emerita, Bowling Green State U.; taught home economics; active in com- munity, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'35 BA—Frances Parker Kohberger of Cortland, NY, April 3, 2007; worked at Cornell and Ithaca Gun; active in community affairs.

'35—Charles K. Pratt of Port Byron, NY, April 9, 2007; horticulturist; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'35 BA—E. Allen Robinson of Seattle, WA, February 11, 2006; housing economist, FHA and HUD; veteran; mountaineer; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Phi.

'36 BA—Charles E. Gildersleeve of Signal Mountain, TN, May 1, 2007; retired English professor, Chattanooga State Technical Comm. College; veteran; active in community and reli- gious affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'36 BS HE—Dorothy Palmer Graybill of Dexter, MI, January 11, 2007; hospital dietitian; active in professional affairs.

'36 BS HE—Louise S. Miller of Bird In Hand, PA, May 4, 2007; schoolteacher; case worker; superintendent, Davenport Home for Girls; active in community and religious affairs.

'36 BA, MA '37—Gilbert J.Perlow of Downers Grove, IL, February 17, 2007.

'36, BME '37—George J. Tooker of Hingham, MA, February 6, 2007; retired VP, Bird & Sons; also worked for Continental Can Co.; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'36—Allin B. Turner of Largo, FL, formerly of Clearwater, FL, May 3, 2007; insurance agent. Delta Upsilon.

 

'37, BLA '39—George William Atkinson of Westport, CT, August 20, 1995; designer and engineer, war materiel, Cycleweld Division of Chrysler; head fashion designer, Glen of Michigan; founded Houses Inc. homes for veterans; active in professional affairs.

'37—Ludmila Koshkin Beve of Baltimore, MD, January 28, 2007; active in community affairs. Alpha Phi. Husband, Carl-Eric Beve '38.

'37 BS Ag, MS Ag '48—Wendell M. Fairbanks of Vancouver, WA, February 28, 2007; taught at SUNY Farmingdale; taught high school vocational agriculture.

'37 BA, MA '38—Rita Carey Guerlac (Mrs. Henry E. '32, MS '33) of Ithaca, NY, March 29, 2007; translator; independent scholar; author; editor; active in professional and alum- ni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'37 BA—Ellis L. Jacobson of Lake Worth, FL, February 20, 2007; owner, Ellis L. Jacobson Agency; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'37 BEE—Henry A. Page Jr. of Sylvania, OH, April 26, 2007; president, Page Dairy Co.; director of development, Medical College of Ohio; active in civic and community affairs. Chi Phi.

'37 BS HE—Beatrice Schempp Reddick of Guilford, CT, April 23, 2007; operated Happy Child Nursery School; active in community and professional affairs.

'38 BS Ag, MEd '60—Nelson S. Maurer of Albany, NY, February 20, 2006; editor; industrial arts teacher; active in community affairs. Kappa Delta Rho.

'38 BA—Clara Rhodes Rosevear of DeLand, FL, April 4, 2007; active in Girl Scouts, YMCA, Nat'l Camp Councils, Canadian Council of Churches, and alumni affairs. Husband, Robert A. Rosevear '37.

'38 BS HE, MS HE '59—Priscilla Stevens Stringham of Needham, MA, formerly of Groton, NY, January 30, 2007; home economics teacher, Groton Central School; active in com- munity affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'38 BS Ag—Gordon H. Strite of Punta Gorda, FL, March 8, 2007; nutritionist; secondary school teacher; scientist; inventor; veteran. Delta Tau Delta.

'38 BS Ag—Robert C. Taber of Sun City Center, FL, February 22, 2007; retired US Army lieutenant general. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'38, BA '39—Shuril C. Terry of Ballwin, MO, March 13, 2007; executive, Hartford Insurance Co.; active in community affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'39 BA, B Chem E '40—Addison A. Epp Jr. of Laguna Beach, CA, January 18, 2007; retired engineer, North American Aviation Co.

'39 BS HE—Dorothy McKissock Garrison of Clemson, SC, April 11, 2007; homemaker; active in community and religious affairs. Husband, Olen B. Garrison, PhD '39.

'39 BA—Gertrude Cantor Hofheimer of Scarsdale, NY, April 27, 2007; active in community affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'39 MA—Gordon M. Kirkwood of Ithaca, NY, January 16, 2007; professor emeritus of classics, Cornell U.; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs. Wife, Pa- tricia (Frueh) '38.

'39 BA—Anna DeChiara Malamud of Cambridge, MA, March 20, 2007; edited manuscripts of husband, writer Bernard Malamud.

'39 BS Hotel—Harold M. Mayer of Indian Wells, CA, and Glenview, IL, April 20, 2007; chairman of the board, Oscar Mayer & Co.; part-owner, Chicago Bulls; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'39 BA, LLB '41—Douglas H. Philipp of Tampa, FL, April 16, 2007; retired attorney; contract negotiator, General Electric; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'40 BA—R. Hugh Dickinson of Seattle, WA, March 17, 2007; psychiatrist; taught at the U. of Washington and U. of Chicago medical schools; active in professional and alumni af- fairs. Delta Phi.

'40 BS Ag—Robert E. Fuerst of Oldsmar, FL, formerly of Yona, Guam, January 11, 2007; retired Air Force colonel; author.

'40 MA—Albert C. Ganley of Exeter, NH, April 13, 2007; chair, history dept., Phillips Exeter Academy; research fellow, Cambridge U.; historian; author; veteran; active in profes- sional affairs.

'40 BS Ag—Theodore D. Gordon of Pulaski, NY, January 17, 2007; retired plant manager, Queen's Farm Dairy; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'40—Alvan R. Grant of Rochester, NY, February 13, 2007; former director, Monroe County Parks Dept.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'40 MEd—Dorothy L. Krieger of Greenfield, IN, January 20, 2007.

'40 BS Ag—Anna M. Mekeel of Jacksonville, NY, January 28, 2007.

'40 BCE, MD '44—John R. Roberts of Kingston, NY, January 6, 2007; physician, Kingston and Benedictine hospitals; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41, BME '42—Lewis M. Birckhead of Spring Lake, MI, February 10, 2007; worked for Gardner-Denver; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'41 BME—Charles E. Boak of Tinton Falls, NJ, April 4, 2007; retired from American Hoechst; veteran; photographer; pilot; active in alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'41, BS Ag '42, PhD '51—H. Seymour Fowler of Petersburg, PA, February 22, 2007; professor emeritus of nature and science education, Pennsylvania State U.; author; active in professional affairs.

'41 MS—Karl W. Kenyon of Hilo, HI, March 27, 2007; worked for the US Fish and Wildlife Service; taught at Mills College; responsible for reintroduction of sea otter on the Wash- ington coast; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'41 BA—Robert C. Randall of Iowa City, IA, March 21, 2007; industrial engineer, Procter & Gamble; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Chi.

'41—Frederick G. Sundheim of Stuart, FL, January 1, 2007; attorney; county judge; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41 MD—John J. Thorpe of Rumson, NJ, January 26, 2007; pioneer in occupational medicine; asst. medical director, Standard Oil; clinical professor, Robert Wood Johnson Med- ical School; veteran; author; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

 

'41 BA, LLB '48—Frank J. Warner Jr. of Slingerlands, NY, January 23, 2007; civil trial attorney; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'42 BME—Robert G. Coe of Cleveland, OH, February 12, 2007.

'42 MA—Marian E. Elliott of Van Etten, NY, April 29, 2007; chairwoman, Ithaca High School English Dept.; active in community and religious affairs.

'42 PhD—Richard M. Forbes of Urbana, IL, June 7, 2006; professor of nutritional biochemistry, U. of Illinois; also taught at U. of Kentucky; veteran; active in community, profes- sional, and religious affairs.

'42 BA—Richard C. Franklin of Holden, MA, January 2, 2007; veteran; pilot. Chi Phi.

'42 BS HE—Evelyn Agor Gregg of Cazenovia, NY, April 13, 2007; home economics teacher; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'42, BS Ag '48—Kenneth U. Hubbard of Fort Myers, FL, January 1, 2007; owner, Fort Myers Insurance; attorney; also worked for USF&G Insurance; veteran; active in community affairs.

'42 BS Ag—Ignatius T. Lacombe of Plattsburgh, NY, March 16, 2007; management analyst; counselor, Veterans Administration; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'42, BA '63, MEd '64—Mary Wells Leonard of Reno, NV, January 18, 2007; educator; active in community affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'42 DVM—Lawrence Leveson of Niagara Falls, NY, February 8, 2007; veterinarian; columnist; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'42 BS HE—Margaret M. Lucha of Rexford, NY, February 26, 2007; public relations director, Port Washington public library; public relations writer, Young & Rubicam; editor, AT&T Magazine; active in community and religious affairs.

'42 BA, MBA '48—Robert L. Mason of New Canaan, CT, February 21, 2007.

'42 BS Ag—George E. Paley of Bronxville, NY, January 27, 2007; physician; active in alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'42 BS Hotel—Stephen P. Pendias of Garden City, NY, April 16, 2007.

'42 BS Ag, MBA '48—John Rivoire of Ithaca, NY, January 8, 2007; market reporter and editor, McGraw Hill Publishing; also worked for the USDA's potato program; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Alice (Sanderson) '41, MS HE '48.

'42 PhD—Robert J. Schatz of Ellisville, MO, January 15, 2007; director of research and development, resin products div., Monsanto Chemical; active in civic, community, profes- sional, and religious affairs. Wife, Louise (Nordenholt) '42.

'42 BA, MD '42—Richard C. Slocum of Columbia, SC, April 22, 2007; urologist; VP of medical affairs, Baptist Medical Center; active in community, professional, and religious af- fairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'42 BCE—Raphael E. Ting of Fremont, CA, February 22, 2007; engineer.

'42 BA—Miriam Stein Waldbaum (Mrs. Milton G. '41) of Omaha, NE, January 15, 2007; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'43—Donald A. Boss of Des Moines, IA, March 20, 2007; president, Boss Companies. Delta Chi.

'43, BA '44—Marion Sexauer Byrnes of Mequon, WI, March 22, 2007; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Gamma.

'43—Burton S. Cook of Annapolis, MD, formerly of Ocala, FL, April 2, 2007; retired civilian Air Force project manager; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'43 BA—William T. Dunn Jr. of Hobe Sound, FL, February 5, 2007; partner, Johnson & Higgins Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'43 MS HE—Ruth Goldsmith Fillips of Whitesboro, NY, February 18, 2007; high school teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'43 PhD—Kenneth I. Greisen of Ithaca, NY, March 17, 2007; cosmic ray scientist; professor emeritus of physics, Cornell U.; worked on the Manhattan Project; former Cornell dean of faculty and university ombudsman; active in professional affairs.

'43—Carl F. Howe of Cary, NC, June 19, 2006.

'43—Lawrence D. Hunter of Bakersfield, CA, December 12, 2006. Zeta Psi.

'43—Joshua J. Hurwitz of Chestnut Hill, MA, February 18, 2007.

'43 BA—Sue Chien Lee of Homewood, AL, March 13, 2007.

'43 DVM—Bernard Lipman of Hamden, CT, February 21, 2007; veterinarian. Wife, Muriel (Blum) '43.

'43 BME—George H. Lockwood of Pompano Beach, FL, October 24, 2006; engineer.

'43—Arthur B. Lyons of East Greenbush, NY, January 4, 2007; retired school custodian; also worked for Railway Express; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Chi.

'43 BS HE—Alice Chamberlin Meeker of Delhi, NY, formerly of Otego, NY, January 7, 2007; retired home economics teacher; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'43 PhD—Norris G. Nereson of Los Alamos, NM, February 21, 2007; nuclear physicist, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory; worked on the Manhattan Project; taught at U. of New Mexico; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'43, BME '47—Roger S. Parker of Marblehead, MA, July 2, 2006; retired mechanical engineer, United Shoe Machinery Co.; computer systems consultant; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Tau Delta

 

'43—William C. Reed of Tully, NY, February 13, 2007; worked for Link Aviation; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'43—R. Parker Smith of Holyoke, MA, February 13, 2007; executive editor, Westchester-Rockland Newspapers; news and sports editor, Newsday; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Sigma Nu.

'43, BS Ag '46—Robert W. Walker Jr. of Quogue, NY, and Vero Beach, FL, February 16, 2007; salesman, shipping container industry; veteran. Zeta Psi. Wife, Jocelyn (Griffith) '49.

'44 BS HE—Jean Abbott Ault of Gibson Island, MD, January 7, 2007; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'44, BCE '48—Peter N. Barr of Westwood, MA, January 15, 2007; retired board chairman, Barr & Barr Inc.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'44 MA—Ernestine Baldridge Boorom of Canandaigua, NY, formerly of Interlaken, NY, January 25, 2007.

'44, BA '47—Roger D. Booze of York Harbor, ME, April 28, 2007; worked in the chemical and metallurgical industries; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'44 BS HE—Jane Knight Knott of Durango, CO, February 8, 2007; dietitian; former president, Fort Lewis College Foundation; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Kap- pa Kappa Gamma.

'44 MD—Howard K. Linder of Sacramento, CA, March 28, 2007; physician; veteran; editor; author.

'44, BS Hotel '45—Robert M. Ready of Dorchester, MA, formerly of Rumson, NJ, March 27, 2007; worked in hotel and restaurant business; organized Gotham Bowl; veteran; sub- stance abuse counselor; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'44 DVM—Irving S. Rossoff of Springfield, IL, March 16, 2007; clinical toxicologist; veterinarian; criminologist; patented several drugs; teacher; veteran; author; active in profession- al and religious affairs.

'44-45 SP Ag—Raymond Sturm of Bloomingdale, IL, January 27, 2007; chiropractor; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'44—Kurt Vonnegut Jr. of New York City, April 11, 2007; author of Slaughterhouse-Five, Cat's Cradle, Mother Night, Breakfast of Champions, and many other novels, short stories, plays, and essays; journalist; public relations writer, General Electric; taught at the Iowa Writers Workshop; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'44 BS HE—Joyce Cook Bertelsen Wilson of Wayland, MA, January 6, 2007. Delta Gamma.

'45, BS Nurs '47—Elizabeth Carpenter Delahanty of Ithaca, NY, March 19, 2007; retired registered nurse; librarian; president, Dryden Historical Society; active in community and religious affairs.

'45, BS Hotel '47—Amy Mann Dixon of Glastonbury, CT, January 12, 2007; bookkeeper; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'45—Hubert S. Dorr of Palm Coast, FL, June 2, 2006.

'45, BA '48—Robert F. Erickson of Davidson, NC, November 30, 2006; history professor, Southern Illinois U. and Butler U. Delta Chi. Wife, Sara (Blanchard) '47.

'45 BS HE—Lillian Moore Etter of Mt. Gilead, OH, March 29, 2007; high school home economics, math, and science teacher; active in community affairs.

'45 BA—Anthony F. Giffone Jr. of Sicklerville, NJ, January 2, 2007; obstetrician-gynecologist.

'45 DVM—Robert A. Lopez of Westport, NY, March 12, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Marjorie (Beha) '45.

'45, BME '44—William C. Menges of Verona, PA, April 26, 2007; retired engineer, PPG Industries; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'45 BS Ag, MS Ag '46—Germaine Seelye Oesterle (Mrs. Eric C. '45, BS Ag '47) of West Lafayette, IN, March 21, 2007; gardener; author; active in civic, community, and religious af- fairs.

'45—Phyllis Dakin Paquette of Worcester, MA, March 30, 2007; worked for the Women's Educational & Industrial Union; active in alumni affairs.

'45, MD '47—Robert B. Wallace of Tucson, AZ, formerly of New Hartford, NY, March 25, 2007; gastroenterologist and internist; veteran; active in community, professional, reli- gious, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Psi. Wife, Charlotte (Madison) Devers-Wallace '45.

'45, BEE '49—Theodore S. Watson of Rexford, NY, April 18, 2007; retired from Watervliet Arsenal; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'46 PhD—Leona Schnell Emrich of Hinton, WV, March 27, 2006.

'46 BA—Dorothy Abrams Goldstein of Melrose, MA, March 31, 2007; research psychologist, Central Islip Psychiatric Hospital; active in community and professional affairs.

'46 MD—Lyman Maass of Lake Arrowhead, CA, September 26, 2006; physician.

'46—John C. MacFarlane of Pinehurst, NC, March 7, 2007; owner, Youngs Drug Products Corp.; veteran. Phi Delta Theta.

'46 BA—Ethel Handelman Mayrsohn of Purchase, NY, May 4, 2007; travel agent; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Bernard Mayrsohn '45.

'46 BS HE—Kae Holdridge Nay of Agawam, MA, March 2, 2007; former dietitian, Mercy State Hospital; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'46 MA—David M. Nelson of New Port Richey, FL, formerly of Salamanca, NY, February 26, 2007; retired teacher and principal; veteran; active in community and professional af- fairs.

'46 BA—Avis Kirkendall Reed of LaFayette, NY, January 6, 2007; high school science teacher; former laboratory scientist; active in civic and community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta. Husband, William C. Reed '43.

'46—Paul W. Weld of Mendon, NY, January 16, 2007; physician; director of medical education, chief of physical medicine, and director of diagnostic ultrasound, Rochester Gen. Hospital; active in community and professional affairs. Delta Upsilon.

 

'46—Thomas S. Young III of Greeneville, TN, January 10, 2007; data processing manager, L. T. Barringer Cotton Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Phi.

'47 BA—Ragnar L. Arnesen Jr. of Pétionville, Haiti, formerly of Atlanta, GA, February 3, 2007; director.

'47 BA—Jack Bazer of New York City, March 30, 2007; professor of mathematics, Courant Inst. of Mathematics, New York U.

'47, BA '46—Aileen G. Bernstein of Yardley, PA, April 3, 2007; social worker.

'47 DVM—Francis J. Drazek of Dryden, NY, January 26, 2007; retired veterinarian; asst. director, division of animal industry, Cornell U. College of Veterinary Medicine; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'47 BS Nurs—Anna E. Ford of Rutherford, NJ, February 1, 2007; nursing supervisor, Jersey City Medical Ctr.; taught nursing at Felician College and Jersey Shore Medical Ctr. School of Nursing.

'47, BME '46—Allen S. Ginsburgh of Rockford, IL, April 19, 2007; aeronautical engineer, Sunstrand Corp.; active in civic and community affairs. Tau Epsilon Phi.

'47, BS HE '46—Doris Tiedeman Johnson (Mrs. Randall W. '46) of Ft. Worth, TX, February 2, 2007; retired bookstore manager. Delta Delta Delta.

'47 BME—Sigmund E. Kei of West Hartford, CT, February 19, 2007; consulting engineer; veteran; violinist; active in community and religious affairs.

'47 BS Nurs—Claire Harding Moser of Jeffersontown, KY, April 21, 2007; elementary school teacher; active in religious affairs.

'47 BS HE—Arlene O'Hara O'Connor of Camillus, NY, April 11, 2007; elementary school teacher; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Xi Delta.

'47 MD—Robert C. Partenheimer of Fort Pierce, FL, February 10, 2007; physician.

'47, BME '48—Edgar B. Peterson of Wichita, KS, formerly of Rumson, NJ, April 1, 2007; engineer, Bell Laboratories; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Nu.

'47 BS HE—Virginia Robords Powers of Camp Hill, PA, February 26, 2007; taught sewing and tailoring.

'47 BA—James K. Robinson of Rochester, NY, February 9, 2007; attorney, Eastman Kodak; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Chi.

'47 BA—Jeanne U. Schmidt of Sarasota, FL, January 8, 2007; stockbroker. Delta Delta Delta.

'48 BEE—Lawrence R. Dows of Bon Air, VA, April 23, 2007; engineer, General Electric Co.; worked on Gemini and Apollo programs; owner, stamp and coin business; veteran; active in religious affairs. Theta Xi.

'48 JD—Justin P. Dunleavy of Silver Spring, MD, March 31, 2007; attorney, Navy Dept.; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'48 BS HE—Elodie Mayer Huffman of Blue Ash, OH, March 12, 2007; dietitian; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48 BA—Jacob M. Johnsen of Richardson, TX, February 22, 2006. Sigma Pi.

'48—Shirley Waters Mazzga of Hawley, PA, January 16, 2007; dairy farmer; active in professional affairs.

'48 BA, MBA '49—Martin J. Neifeld of Lake Worth, FL, March 1, 2007; president, Bell Jay Sales Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'48 PhD—Betsy Patterson Smith (Mrs. Grant N., PhD '47) of Fort Collins, CO, February 13, 2006; computer programmer; medical researcher; active in religious affairs.

'48 BA, MBA '49—Alexander T. Stark of Madison, CT, February 13, 2007; businessman; active in alumni affairs.

'48, BA '47, MD '50—John F. Stockfisch of Brick, NJ, February 1, 2007; professor of medicine, Hahnemann Medical College; emeritus member, medical staff of Monmouth Medical Center; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'48, BA '49, MA '50—Donald M. Terry of Richmond, VA, January 21, 2007.

'49, BA '51—Whitney L. Balliett of New York City, February 1, 2007; New Yorker jazz critic; also reviewed books and covered Off Broadway theater; published seventeen essay collec- tions; veteran; active in professional affairs. Delta Phi.

'49 DVM—Raymond F. Birchard of Edinboro, PA, September 7, 2006; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'49 BS Hotel—Frank H. Davis Jr. of Treasure Island, FL, February 20, 2007; owner, manager, and VP, public relations, Host Int'l and Danish Chalet Inn; veteran; author; active in com- munity and professional affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Peter E. Demnitz of Morristown, NJ, March 13, 2007; executive, Wisner Manufacturing Corp.; former president, Baltic Conveyor; active in community and alumni affairs.

'49 MS Aero—J. Perry Fraser of Gorham, ME, December 12, 2006; aeronautical engineer; worked for General Electric and Mechanical Technologies; veteran; active in civic, commu- nity, professional, and religious affairs.

'49—Charles L. Frost of Ithaca, NY, formerly of Burdett, NY, April 29, 2007; worked for Akzo Nobel Salt Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'49—Edward P. Gubb of Quechee, VT, January 18, 2007; operated Parker Allen Marketing Co.; account mgr., E. F. MacDonald Co.; branch mgr., Philco Corp.; veteran. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'49 BS Hotel—John R. Harris of Santa Fe, NM, November 16, 2006; retired hotel and restaurant manager. Kappa Alpha.

'49 MS Ag—Charles D. McGrew of Columbus, OH, February 10, 2007; retired professor of dairy science, Ohio State U.; extension agent; active in professional and religious affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Fred J. McKible of Boynton Beach, FL, formerly of Newburgh, NY, February 7, 2007; owner, Mid Hudson Beauty Supply; veteran. Phi Sigma Delta. Wife, Renee (Wolf) '49.

'49 BS ILR—Nelson M. Ripley of Ithaca, NY, April 20, 2007; president, Townley Leasing; also worked for the FBI; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

 

'49 MD—Samuel M. Schlyen of Boynton Beach, FL, April 18, 2007; physician; adjunct professor, Memorial Sloan-Kettering; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'49—Leslie T. Sutherland of Pittsfield, MA, March 2, 2007; owner, Marcellus Lumber; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'49, BA '50—Mimi Townley of Torrance, CA, February 18, 2007.

'49 PhD—Walter W. Waring of Delton, MI, February 19, 2007; professor emeritus of English, Kalamazoo College; veteran; author; painter; active in community and professional affairs.

'50 BEE—Ramon H. Aires of Granada Hills, CA, March 5, 2007; chief engineer, RCA; also worked for Eastman Kodak and Philco; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'50—Catherine Deck Benson of Pawling, NY, April 8, 2007; high school English teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'50 MS Ag—Robert L. Bickford Jr. of Ho Ho Kus, NJ, January 4, 2007; chairman of the board of trustees, U. of Vermont; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'50 BS Ag—Glenn E. Dayton of Avon, NY, August 22, 2006; active in alumni affairs.

'50 BS Hotel—Fatio Dunham of Lakeland, FL, January 11, 2007; financial planner; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Phi.

'50 BS HE—Roberta Monesmith Hambleton of Holland, MI, April 8, 2007. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'50 LLB—George F. Harris of East Rochester, NY, January 21, 2007; attorney.

'50 DVM—Jean Holzworth of New Preston, CT, January 13, 2007; retired veterinarian; specialist in the care of cats; author; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'50 BS ILR—Gordon L. McKiernan of Mechanicsburg, PA, March 5, 2007; retired from AMP; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Sigma Nu.

'50 MS—Charles A. Meyn of Lewisburg, PA, January 9, 2007; hotel owner; college administrator at Hobart, Bucknell, Lock Haven, and Ithaca College; veteran; active in communi- ty affairs.

'50 BEE—Peter J. Moonan of Bayside, NY, February 19, 2007; engineer.

'50—Floyd J. Nuber Jr. of New Berlin, WI, April 4, 2007; chief engineer, Rose Industries; veteran; active in community affairs. Delta Phi.

'50 BS Ag—William H. Olney of Westernville, NY, November 26, 2006; retired from Utica Duxback; worked for Olney & Floyd vegetable processing company; active in communi- ty and religious affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'50 PhD—Lorne A. Page of Pittsburgh, PA, April 9, 2007; professor of physics, U. of Pittsburgh; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 BS HE—Nancy Sprott Stone of Williamsburg, VA, April 7, 2007; business manager; real estate agent; also worked at Mademoiselle magazine; active in community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'50 BS Ag—David J. Swift of Webster, NY, March 24, 2007; active in religious and alumni affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'51 BA—Nicholas Bawlf of Atlanta, GA, formerly of Ithaca, NY, February 12, 2007.

'51 BS ILR—James E. Collery III of Plum, PA, April 30, 2007; attorney; veteran.

'51 BS Ag, MBA '52—Arthur A. Goldsmith Jr. of Clarksville, TN, April 25, 2007; librarian, Austin Peay State U.; veteran; active in community affairs.

'51 BA—Andrew Hathaway of Manchester Center, VT, January 3, 2007; high school mathematics teacher; veteran; active in community affairs.

'51 BS ILR—Eric F. Jensen of White Plains, NY, January 3, 2007; corporate labor relations executive; safety engineer, Bethlehem Steel; arbitrator; adjunct professor, Pace U.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Pi. Wife, Janet (Clark) '48.

'51 DVM—Paul W. Miner of Stockbridge, MA, February 17, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'51 BA—Shirley Williams Murphy of Hot Springs Village, AR, February 14, 2007. Husband, Earl J. Murphy '52.

'51, BME '53—Barry Nolin of Lady Lake, FL, March 26, 2007; engineer; active in alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'51, BA '52—Oakley S. Ray of Nashville, TN, February 7, 2007; professor emeritus, psychology, Vanderbilt U.; chief, mental health and behavioral sciences unit, Nashville V.A. Med. Ctr.; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs. Acacia. Wife, Kathy (Wickes) '54.

'52—Thomas F. Conley of Staunton, VA, April 5, 2006; engineer, McQuay Int'l.

'52 MS—Ruth Josephson Fisk of West Melbourne, FL, January 18, 2007; retired elementary teacher; birder; active in community affairs. Husband, George R. Fisk, PhD '55.

'52 BME—Philip F. Gottling Jr. of Wyoming, OH, March 13, 2007; retired manager, Procter & Gamble; recording engineer; active in community and alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Kap- pa. Wife, Barbara (Johnson) '54.

'52 MD—Waldo Greenspan of River Edge, NJ, February 21, 2007; cardiologist and internist; professor, Hackensack U. Medical Ctr.; active in community affairs.

'52 BS Hotel—Donald C. Hadley of Apollo Beach, FL, January 5, 2007; former editor, Finger Lakes Times; veteran; active in professional affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Wife, Margaret (Warner) '53.

'52 BS Ag—Ralph E. Hawes Jr. of Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, April 25, 2007; senior manager, IBM; veteran; active in community affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'52 BA, MBA '53—Charles G. Lem of Tucson, AZ, formerly of Madison, WI, February 19, 2007; VP, Hoff & Lem; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'52 BS ILR, LLB '57—Stuart O. H. Merz of Shaker Heights, OH, January 15, 2007; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

 

'52, BA '54—Donald J. Post Jr. of Middlebury, CT, February 5, 2007; registrar, dean of academic affairs, dean of student affairs, and director of athletics, Post College; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'52 DVM—Edward J. Rackowski of Vero Beach, FL, January 26, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'52 BME—George R. Roslund of Palo Alto, CA, January 18, 2007; sales engineer; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'52—Elizabeth Rochester Zoerner of San Clemente, CA, formerly of Wantagh, NY, February 26, 2007; sales manager, Avon; active in community affairs.

'53 MS ILR—Arline G. Begert of Lewiston, ME, January 27, 2007; petroleum economist, Exxon Corp.; analyst, Nat'l Weather Service; teacher; pilot; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'53, BEP '54—William H. Bentley of Wyomissing, PA, April 4, 2007; worked for American Polarizers. Kappa Alpha.

'53, BA '58—Andrew H. Campbell of Hillside, NJ, April 20, 2007; owner, Eastern Steel Barrel Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'53—Carolyn Ansley Cline of Tybee Island, GA, January 21, 2007; worked at the High Museum of Art; active in community affairs. Husband, Ralph T. Cline, MS '52.

'53 PhD—Hugh M. Cunningham of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, February 20, 2007.

'53 BA—Clark G. Ford of Westport, CT, January 19, 2007; advertising professional; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Wife, Claire (Moran) '53.

'53 LLB—Edwin A. Lassman of South Windsor, CT, March 14, 2007; attorney; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'53, BArch '54—Van Norden Logan of Healdsburg, CA, December 23, 2006; architect; real estate broker. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'53 BS Ag, MPA '61, JD '62—Homer S. Pringle Jr. of Wilmette, IL, March 31, 2007; retired attorney; former firefighter; veteran. Wife, Alice (Kouwenhoven), JD '62.

'53 BA—Joyce Hunt Strand of Glenmont, NY, April 11, 2007; elementary school teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'53 BA—Donald W. Wallace of Phoenix, AZ, March 6, 2007; computer programmer; active in community and alumni affairs. Wife, Judy (Stone) '53.

'54, BA '55, MEd '57—Marilyn Dyce Arden of Lindenhurst, IL, formerly of Winnetka, IL, April 30, 2007; artist; art teacher; worked for Scott Foresman Publishers; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Charles E. Arden Jr. '55, MBA '60.

'54 BA—Kenneth S. Berkman of Huntington, NY, February 28, 2007; attorney; senior partner, Berkman Henoch Peterson and Peddy; veteran; member, Township Theater Group; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'54—Peter M. Cole of Scottsdale, AZ, February 15, 2007; pediatrician; clinical assoc. prof., Children's Health Ctr., St. Joseph's Hospital; veteran. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'54-55 GR—James J. Dalton of Washington, DC, March 7, 2007; worked for USAID, the Ford Foundation, and the Asia Foundation; vice president, MIDAS Agronomics Co.; veter- an; active in professional affairs.

'54 BFA—Eleanor Shane Goldfarb of Boynton Beach, FL, formerly of New York City, February 19, 2007; president, Shane Group, executive recruitment firm; artist. Sigma Delta Tau.

'54 BA—Ted Heine of Waverly, IA, April 22, 2007; retired professor of accounting, Wartburg College; professor of German and deputy head of dept. of foreign languages, Air Force Academy; veteran; active in community affairs.

'54 BCE—Ivan V. La Fave of Naperville, IL, March 7, 2007; retired design engineer, Chicago Bridge & Iron; veteran; active in professional affairs. Sigma Nu.

'54 BS Hotel—Julian D. Luykx of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, January 14, 2007; marketing specialist, Hughes Aircraft and the Long Beach Naval Shipyard; veteran; active in commu- nity affairs.

'54—James F. Macera of Ithaca, NY, January 26, 2007; real estate broker.

'54 BA—Marion Bloch Saltz of Jericho, NY, February 19, 2007. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'54 BA, MEd '55—Maureen Moynihan Schmitt of Ithaca, NY, January 12, 2007; elementary school teacher; former director, Strand Theatre; program director, Women's Communi- ty Building, Ithaca; artist; active in civic and community affairs. Chi Omega.

'54 BS Ag—Willis F. Witter Jr. of Berthoud, CO, February 1, 2007; technical writer, IBM; high school science teacher; football and basketball coach; ski instructor; veteran; active in community affairs.

'55 MBA—Richard N. Bowe of Ocean Pines, MD, April 3, 2007.

'55 MRP—Gerald E. Crane of Ann Arbor, MI, September 8, 2006; professor emeritus of architecture and urban planning, U. of Michigan; active in professional affairs.

'55, BS HE '56—Donna L. Gammack of Denver, CO, February 6, 2007; former asst. supervisor of food service, Jefferson County Schools. Chi Omega.

'55-56 GR—Henry L. Heymann of Washington, DC, February 8, 2007; Foreign Service officer; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'55—Ronald R. Hopps of San Antonio, TX, formerly of Mexico City, Mexico, February 25, 2007; founding partner, Carlos 'n Charlie's restaurant group; regional mgr., Piper Aircraft Corp.; mgr., Su-Ave; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'55 BS HE—Marilyn Brady Jensen of Chatham, MA, formerly of Ridgewood, NJ, April 10, 2007; dietitian; nutrition consultant; active in community, professional, religious, and alum- ni affairs. Pi Beta Phi. Husband, Fred O. Jensen '54, BME '55.

'55 PhD—Omprakash Talwar of New York City, February 8, 2007; economics advisor, United Nations.

'55 BS Hotel—Raymond M. Trotta of Indianapolis, IN, February 10, 2007; restaurateur; veteran; sailor; active in community and professional affairs.

'55 PhD—Donald E. Weidhaas of Murfreesboro, TN, August 20, 2006; entomologist; retired head of USDA; author; active in professional affairs.

 

'56 BS Ag—Allan C. Bean of Manchester, CT, January 27, 2007; owner, Beanwriter; specialist in business-to-business and industrial communications; television producer; active in com- munity, professional, and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'56-61 GR—James L. Y. Chang of Blacksburg, VA, February 3, 2007; professor, Virginia Military Institute. Wife, Lillie (Oo) '60.

'56 BA—Robert L. Doolittle of Stevensville, MD, January 20, 2007; pharmaceutical salesman; active in community and religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'56 BS HE—Doris Dopp Dudley of Norwich, NY, February 12, 2007; bookkeeper; active in community and religious affairs. Husband, William H. Dudley '55.

'56 MS, PhD '61—Maynard C. Heckel of Lee, NH, April 8, 2007; retired director of cooperative extension, U. of New Hampshire; first dean of Granite State College; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'56-57 GR—Charles G. Hotchkiss of West Palm Beach, FL, September 20, 2006.

'56 BS Nurs—Anne Buttrick Irwin of Chatham, MA, February 21, 2006; public health and school nurse; operated bed and breakfast; artist; active in community affairs.

'56 MS HE—Martha Reid Stetson of Olathe, KS, December 8, 2006.

'56 BCE—R. Donald Wintringer of Bridgeport, NY, January 5, 2007; structural engineer. Chi Epsilon.

'57 MD—Robert F. Barreras of Madison, WI, January 30, 2007; professor, U. of Wisconsin Medical School; research physician, Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'57 M ILR—Eugene S. Carrara of Forest Hills, NY, February 9, 2007; labor relations attorney, Air France.

'57 MEd—Charlotte Schultz Cory of Cranston, RI, April 17, 2007; librarian; active in community and professional affairs.

'57 MA, EdD '67—William L. Griffen of Tully, NY, February 16, 2007; professor emeritus, SUNY Cortland; veteran; civil rights activist; author; active in civic, community, and profes- sional affairs.

'57, BME '58—Clyde G. Nixon of Sarasota, FL, April 29, 2007; chairman and CEO, Sun Hydraulics Corp.; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'57 BS Ag—Bernhard F. Noe of Santa Fe, NM, May 12, 2006.

'57 JD—Howard L. Schiff of Boca Raton, FL, February 14, 2007; attorney; active in professional and religious affairs.

'57 BA—Herman Schmertz of Roslyn, NY, and Tucson, AZ, January 1, 2007; attorney; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Tau Epsilon Phi.

'57 GR—Marshall Spector of Setauket, NY, March 3, 2007; president, Greenwich Options; executive, American Biltrite and Rubber Co.; veteran; active in community and profession- al affairs.

'57 JD—Harold Tompkins of Delray Beach, FL, May 2, 2007; NY State Supreme Court Justice; civil court judge; asst. NYS attorney general; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'58 BME—Thomas M. Andrews of Charlotte, NC, February 8, 2007; retired engineer; gardener; active in community affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'58, BA '59—W. Joseph Embser Jr. of Wellsville, NY, March 6, 2007; attorney; asst. district attorney; town justice; active in civic and community affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'58 BA—Michael E. Kramer of Budd Lake, NJ, April 21, 2007; retail manager.

'58 BA—Howard N. Lefkowitz of New York City, March 12, 2007; attorney; senior partner, Proskauer Rose LLP; veteran; author; active in professional and alumni affairs. Wife, Martha (Yelon) '60.

'58 DVM—Mark L. Morris Jr. of Topeka, KS, January 14, 2007; veterinarian; president, Theracon Inc.; veteran; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Wife, Bette (McGehee), MNS '58.

'58 BA—Harvey K. Peet of Pawtucket, RI, April 23, 2007; manufacturing engineer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'58 MEd—Vicente Z. Rosales of Munster, IN, June 24, 2006; retired high school guidance counselor; owner, rental property business.

'58 BA, PhD '65—Ben F. Stambaugh Jr. of Zephyrhills, FL, January 20, 2007; Cornell administrator; veteran. Phi Kappa Tau.

'59, BS Ag '62—LeRoy D. Jewett of Schenectady, NY, March 27, 2007; retired high school science teacher; active in professional and religious affairs.

'59 MRP—Michael E. McDougall of San Luis Obispo, CA, April 8, 2007; professor of architecture and planning, California Polytechnic State U.; urban designer; artist; authority on the history of Macau.

'59—Frank G. Szczepanski of Binghamton, NY, February 10, 2007; owner, Airport Florist and Greenhouse; director, Kopernik Space Education Center; active in community and reli- gious affairs.

'60 JD—Richard F. Busch of Morristown, NJ, May 2, 2007; attorney; technical advisor, Internal Revenue Service; author; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'60—Robert Buxbaum of New York City, January 8, 2007; sculptor; gourmand. Phi Sigma Epsilon.

'60 MD—Harry J. Mayer of Northport, NY, February 12, 2007; thoracic and vascular surgeon; clinical assoc. professor of surgery, Stony Brook U. School of Medicine; veteran; author; active in alumni affairs.

'60 BS Ag—Thomas H. Meacham of New York City, April 6, 2007; retired president, Kramer Scientific Corp. Chi Phi.

'60—Lynn West Rasmussen of Ballston Spa, NY, March 30, 2007; taught horse care and horsemanship; admissions interviewer, Union College; president, Scleroderma Foundation; ac- tive in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi. Husband, Robert B. Rasmussen '58.

'61 PhD—Charles G. Bottomley of Morehead City, NC, March 5, 2007; retired VP of R&D, Biomedical Products; worked for DuPont; active in community and religious affairs.

 

'61 BS Ag—Richard J. Edwards of Charlotte, NC, January 3, 2007; retired, USAID; active in professional affairs.

'61 PhD—Robert A. Hackenberg of Tucson, AZ, April 22, 2007; professor emeritus of anthropology, U. of Colorado; adjunct research scientist, U. of Arizona; author; active in pro- fessional affairs.

'61 BA—Judith Light Leynse of New York City, April 15, 2007; associate director of media relations, Committee to Protect Journalists; former assoc. director, Columbia U. office of public information; foreign service officer, USAID; taught journalism, Washington State U.; active in professional affairs.

'62 BFA, MFA '66—Joanne Horsfall Beasley of Palo Alto, CA, September 30, 2006; artist. Pi Beta Phi. Husband, Malcolm R. Beasley '61, PhD '68.

'62 BS Hotel—William H. Nichols of Boynton Beach, FL, April 7, 2007. Seal & Serpent.

'62 MA—Julius M. Samstein of New Lisbon, NY, January 24, 2007; civil rights activist; worked with the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; organizer for SNCC; taught at More- house College; psychoanalyst; active in civic and community affairs.

'62—Neal H. Whitcombe of Binghamton, NY, February 7, 2007.

'63 BA—Stanley R. Wolfe of Philadelphia, PA, March 8, 2007; attorney; founder and chief administrative officer, Young Scholars charter school; active in civic, community, profes- sional, and religious affairs. Pi Lambda Phi.

'64 BS HE, BS Nurs '76—Patricia Michaels Altman of Weston, CT, February 8, 2007; retired registered nurse; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Richard M. Altman '63.

'64 BA—William R. Clarke of Shelton, CT, February 16, 2006; vice president and senior consultant, Corporate Healthcare Financing; active in community affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'64—Woodbury K. Dana III of Portland, ME, August 14, 2006; artist; advocate for the mentally ill.

'65 BS Ag, PhD '70—Robert A. Bernstein of Matthews, NC, April 2, 2007; professor emeritus, Auburn U.; also taught at Texas A&M U.; active in community affairs. Wife, Cynthia (Goldin) '69.

'65 MST—Matthew B. Carnicelli of Auburn, NY, January 23, 2007; retired K-12 science supervisor, Auburn School District; director, Auburn's adult education program; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'65 PhD—Robertson H. Langley-Wood of Lynchburg, VA, January 27, 2007; writer-scientist.

'65 BA, MD '69—Bernard M. Paladino of Las Vegas, NV, January 14, 2007; psychiatrist; attorney; locum tenens physician, California Corrections Dept.; active in professional affairs.

'65, BEE '70—Donald H. Schartz Jr. of Englewood, NJ, February 11, 2007; systems analyst, Cornell U. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'65 BA—Thomas H. Stanisic of Peoria, IL, December 30, 2006; urologist.

'66 PhD—Barry M. Casper of Northfield, MN, January 27, 2007; professor emeritus of physics, Carleton College; adviser to Sen. Paul Wellstone; political activist; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'66 MS HE—Marjorie Grant Loucks of Ithaca, NY, March 23, 2007; adult education teacher, BOCES; home economics teacher; active in community and religious affairs. Husband, Daniel P. Loucks, PhD '65.

'66 MEE, PhD '69—Edward M. Riseman of Leeds, MA, February 26, 2007; professor emeritus of computer science, U. of Massachusetts, Amherst; active in professional affairs.

'67, BS '71—Benjamin F. Hawkins of Hudson, OH, January 24, 2007; consultant, Arcturus Adventures; technical representative, Lincoln Electric; active in community affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'67 PhD—Robin G. Henning of Greensboro, NC, March 7, 2007; professor of agricultural economics, North Carolina A&T U.; worked with USAID and US Dept. of Agriculture; ac- tive in community and religious affairs.

'67 PhD—Loyd E. Lee of Highland, NY, January 9, 2007; professor and chair of history, SUNY New Paltz; also taught at Arkansas AM&N; author; active in civic, community, profes- sional, and religious affairs.

'67 BS ORIE, MS ORIE '68—Perry D. Quick of Washington, DC, May 1, 2007; economist; VP, CRA Int'l; former partner, Ernst & Young; senior economist, Federal Reserve Board; active in professional and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'68 MST—Russell L. Druce of Caillus, NY, April 11, 2007; high school chemistry teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'68 BS Ag—Bruce A. Thompson of Baton Rouge, LA, January 5, 2007; assoc. professor, Louisiana State U. Coastal Fisheries Inst.; active in community and professional affairs.

'69 MS Ag—Joseph A. Blakeslee of Cedar Hill, TX, March 9, 2007.

'69 PhD—Dennis A. Rondinelli of Hillsborough, NC, March 7, 2007; professor of management, Kenan-Flager Business School, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; director, Center for Global Business Research; fellow, Carolina Environmental Program; director, Pacific Basin Research Center, Soka U. of America; veteran; author; also worked for the United Na- tions; active in civic and professional affairs.

'69 BS Ag—Janet D. Smith of New York City, March 25, 2007; attorney.

'69 BS Ag—Charles F. Srnka of Trumansburg, NY, April 26, 2007; financial planner; high school biology teacher; active in community affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'70 BEE, MEE '71—Thomas P. Armour of Reston, VA, February 11, 2007; research specialist, DARPA; senior technology officer, CIA; veteran; CIO, Creative Technology; active in pro- fessional affairs. Delta Phi.

'70 DVM—Joseph A. Heissan of Oneonta, NY, formerly of Ridgefield, CT, April 16, 2007; veterinarian; expert on health of performance horses; active in civic, community, profes- sional, and religious affairs.

'71 BCE—John B. Cummings Jr. of Dunedin, FL, formerly of Boulder, CO, and Binghamton, NY, December 23, 2006; civil engineer.

 

'71 BS HE—Monique Bolden Danielly of Riverdale, GA, March 5, 2007; former instructor, Allegheny College.

'71 MPA—John L. Simon of New York City, June 8, 2006; president, Keren Group; former director of corporate planning, Johnson & Johnson; instructor, community medi- cine, Georgetown U. School of Medicine; fellow in preventive medicine, Harvard Med. School; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'71—Marc J. Witt of Fairfield, NJ, April 29, 2007; president, Eclipse Product Corp. Delta Upsilon.

'72 BS Ag, MBA '73—Richard J. Atwater of Barker, NY, January 28, 2007; owner, Atwater Farms; active in religious affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'72, BS ILR '71—Randall H. Fairbanks of Ithaca, NY, January 22, 2007; veteran.

'72 BS Ag—Kenneth R. Foote of St. Paul, MN, February 27, 2007.

'73 MS Ag—Somyos Chanyavilas of Bangkok, Thailand, September 28, 2006; government officer, Kasetsart U.

'73 PhD—Daljit S. Sawhney of Annandale, VA, February 4, 2007; senior toxicologist/pathologist, Environmental Protection Agency; veterinarian; professor.

'73 PhD—Frans van der Bogert of Boone, NC, March 12, 2007; philosophy professor, Appalachian State U.; artist; poet; active in professional affairs.

'73 BS HE—Beth Davis Wellington of Miami, FL, March 5, 2007; adoption attorney; active in alumni affairs.

'73—Rosemary Kane Wohlsen of Harborside, ME, May 22, 2006. Delta Gamma. Husband, Robert S. Wohlsen Jr. '70.

'74 BA—Brian L. Blackburn of Agawam, MA, February 14, 2007; attorney; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Psi.

'74 MS Ag, PhD '80—Rev.

Donald V. Brand of Rising Sun, MD, June 2, 2006; retired clergyman.

'74 MRP—Sandra G. McCullough of Winnetka, IL, January 4, 2007; environmental consultant, Weston Solutions; formerly worked at Port Authority of New York and New Jersey; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Kevin Yost '71, PhD '77.

'75 MBA—John V. Thorp Jr. of Arlington Heights, IL, March 10, 2007; president, Earth, Wind and Water Technologies; active in community and religious affairs.

'75 BA—Andrew D. Weinberg of Elgin, SC, February 6, 2007; chief of geriatrics and extended care, Dorn V.A. Hospital; active in alumni affairs.

'76 BS HE—Deborah E. Blocker of Durham, NC, May 11, 2006; associate professor.

'76 MS Ag—George A. Murphy of Voorhees, NJ, January 21, 2007; retired Commander, US Navy; pilot; worked for Elf AtoChem; active in civic, community, and religious af- fairs.

'77 BS ILR—David O. Simon of Chappaqua, NY, April 3, 2007.

'79—Henry W. Brown of Richmond, VA, formerly of Greenville, NC, February 9, 2007; worked for HCA and Richmond Memorial Hospital; math teacher; veteran; active in community affairs.

'79 BS Hotel—Andrew J. Young of Mahopac Falls, NY, April 4, 2007; president, Andrew Young & Co.; worked with restaurants, hotels, theme parks, and museums; former own- er, El Teddy's; active in community and professional affairs.

'81 BS Ag—Brett C. Richard of San Diego, CA, March 20, 2007; operated Advent Management; classical pianist.

'84 MS Ag—Carol M. Dorworth of York, PA, November 12, 2006; professor of biology, Penn State U., York; environmentalist; active in professional affairs.

'84 BS Ag, DVM '89—P. D. Gorman of Carmel, NY, January 19, 2007; veterinarian.

'85 MS—Michael S. Baldwin of Crownsville, MD, February 5, 2007; chief technology officer, Cibernet; also worked for Vita Nuovaz and AT&T Bell Labs; active in communi- ty, professional, and religious affairs.

'85, BArch '88—Nadim Hippolyte William of Pétionville, Haiti, April 24, 2007; architect; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'87 BS ILR, MBA '88—Margaret A. Cahill of Alexandria, VA, February 6, 2007; trade industry analyst, US Dept. of Commerce.

'90 MA, PhD '93—Keiko Yoshida of Tokyo, Japan, January 20, 2007; linguist. Husband, Tomoyuki Yoshida, PhD '92.

'92 BME—Seth D. Edmondson of State College, PA, February 14, 2007; systems engineer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'95 JD—Richard J. Hoagland of Edison, NJ, January 6, 2007; attorney; active in community affairs.

'95 PhD—Kristine Reuter Meadows of Williamsburg, VA, April 24, 2007; research scientist, NASA Langley Research Center; pioneer in aeroacoustics; active in community, pro- fessional, and religious affairs.

'96 MBA—Nicholas T. Rhinelander of Belmont, MA, April 2, 2007; principal, Equity Resources Investments; also worked for Andersen Consulting; violinist; active in commu- nity affairs.

'98 BA—Anindya Majumder of Dhaka, Bangladesh, January 15, 2007; director, New Generation Construction Co. Ltd.; director, Jamuna Bank Ltd.

'04 BA—Anthony E. Apuzzo of Sleepy Hollow, NY, April 8, 2007; office manager, AKA Wine Geek; taught English, Auburn Correctional Facility; musician.

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