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March / April 2011 Obituaries

'31 LLB—R. Smith Simpson of Charlottesville, VA, formerly of Annandale, VA, September 5, 2010; Foreign Service officer; pressed for improvements in teaching, assigning, and promoting applicants to careers in diplomacy; participated in drafting the United Nations charter; author of Anatomy of the State Department and other books; editor; taught at the Wharton School and Georgetown […]

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'31 LLB—R. Smith Simpson of Charlottesville, VA, formerly of Annandale, VA, September 5, 2010; Foreign Service officer; pressed for improvements in teaching, assigning, and promoting applicants to careers in diplomacy; participated in drafting the United Nations charter; author of Anatomy of the State Department and other books; editor; taught at the Wharton School and Georgetown U.; int'l advisor to the US Labor Dept.; active in professional affairs.

'32 BA—Margaret Wilkinson Schenck of Bradenton, FL, January 9, 2010. Delta Gamma.

'36 BA, MA '37—Maryelizabeth Wellington Crandall of Cincinnati, OH, September 7, 2010; biochemist; taught science courses at Temple U.; technician, Mayo Clinic; active in community and religious affairs.

'36 BS Ag, PhD '41—Henry M. Munger of Ithaca, NY, August 25, 2010; professor emeritus, Dept. of Vegetable Crops, Cornell U.; developed disease-resistant vegetable varieties; first inductee, Horticultural Hall of Fame; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'37 BS Hotel—Robert C. Snyder of West Covina, CA, August 31, 2010. Sigma Nu.

'38 BS HE—Betty Jokl Brodt of Saint Paul, MN, August 29, 2010. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'38-40 SP Ag—Stanley S. Karboski of Amboy, NY, August 6, 2010; operated GLF-Agway feed stores; veteran; commando in Darby's Rangers; active in community affairs.

'39 BEE—Walter E. Gregg Jr. of Kilmarnock, VA, September 6, 2010; engineer; manufacturer's rep in the power transmission field; VP and regional sales manager, Eaton Corp.; also worked for Jokell; sailor; active in alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'39 BS Ag—Oliver J. Stark of Westhampton, NJ, August 15, 2010; botanist, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'40, BCE '41—Vincent A. Brennan of Lynn, MA, June 16, 2006; owner, Economical Services.

'40 BA—Phyllis Rahlson Eakin of La Jolla, CA, June 28, 2010; worked in the aero engineering section, General Dynamics Convair; technical writer, Megatex; worked in computer science, UC San Diego; ESL instructor; musician; gardener; active in community affairs.

'40 BA, B Chem E '41—Frederick Fahnoe of Hockessin, DE, September 20, 2010; chemical engineer; director of corporate planning, Nat'l Distillers and Chemical Co.; also worked for M.W. Kellogg Co., General Aniline and Film Corp., and Dow Chemical; veteran; author; active in professional affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'40 BS Ag—Col. Donald J. Spittler of Lake View, NY, August 30, 2010; retired US Army colonel; wildlife biologist; property appraiser, New York Dept. of Mental Hygiene and US Dept. of Housing and Urban Development; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'41, BS Ag '42—Robert L. Cornelius of Jacksonville, FL, November 13, 2009.

'41, BS Ag '42—Col. David R. Longacre of Sanford, NC, February 14, 2009; veteran. Zeta Psi.

'41—David Sherbon of Kentfield, CA, January 24, 2006; psychiatrist; sculptor; painter; active in community affairs.

'43 MD—William A. Dickson of South Orleans, MA, August 31, 2010; pediatrician; public health physician; senior associate, Bromley-Heath Health Center; practiced at AIM Clinic; served on Orleans Board of Health; veteran; ham radio operator; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'44 DVM—Dewitt T. Baker of Corning, NY, September 3, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Omega Tau Sigma.

'44, BS Hotel '47—Robert P. Bryant of Gwynedd, PA, September 6, 2010; VP, Marriott; president, Dobbs; vice chair, Carson Pirie Scott; veteran; civil rights activist; active in civic and community affairs. Pi Delta Theta.

'44, BA '43—Bernard Scheffler of Oak Ridge, TN, formerly of Celo, NC, and Rock Hill, SC, September 2, 2010; laboratory director, South Carolina Printing and Finishing Co.; also worked for Dan River Corp. and Kellex Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'45—Betty J. Davis of Gouverneur, NY, August 30, 2010; librarian; women's program coordinator, SUNY ATC; staff member, NY Republican State Committee; asst. advertising manager, Gouverneur Tribune Press; editor, Pan American Union; active in civic and community affairs.

'45, BS Ag '47—George H. Martin of Honeoye Falls, NY, August 18, 2010; VP, Shearson Lehman American Express; president, Dutch Hollow Foods; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'45, BS Hotel '48—Philip K. Reiman of Falmouth, ME, September 5, 2010; executive director, Maine Medical Center and Southern Maine Medical Center; also worked at the Graduate Hospital, U. of Pennsylvania, and St. Luke's, Saginaw, MI; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'45—Robert E. Underhill of Poughkeepsie, NY, August 31, 2010; co-owner, Underhill Brothers Farms; served on the board of NYS Fish and Wildlife Mgmt.; active in community and professional affairs.

'46, BA '45—Lillian Cutolo Binsky of Plantation, FL, June 8, 2010.

'46 BS HE—Alma L. Cook of Syracuse, NY, August 31, 2010; retired kindergarten teacher; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'46 BS Nurs—Florence Abrahamson Ganezer of Los Angeles, CA, September 29, 2009.

'46, B Chem E '50—William L. Graves of Boulder, CO, September 17, 2010; engineer, Budd Co., SUNY Stony Brook, and Brookhaven Nat'l Laboratory; developed alternative energy technologies; author; veteran; active in community affairs. Wife, Joan (Ince) '49.

'46 BA, MEd '49—Evelyn Carlson Kent of Sarasota, FL, and Highlands, NC, September 12, 2010; owner, Hillview Flowers and Greenery; assistant dean of women, Salem College; active in religious and alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta. Husband, Wendel F. Kent '49.

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

'47 BCE—Francis J. D'Alba of Ormond Beach, FL, September 6, 2010; VP, Urban Engineers of Erie and John H. Robinson Testing; executive director, Yonkers Parking Authority; senior civil engineer, New York City Dept. of Civil Defense; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'47 BCE—Harry G. Petrey of Bowling Green, KY, September 4, 2010; civil and structural engineer; veteran; active in religious affairs. Chi Epsilon. Wife, Genevieve (Frederick) '48.

'47 BS Ag—Joan Weisberg Schulman of Santa Rosa, CA, May 11, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'47, BME '46—Sawyer Thompson Jr. of Juno Beach, FL, September 6, 2010; president, Thompson Associates; engineer, Pratt & Whitney; taught business courses at Palm Beach Comm. College and Florida Atlantic U.; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Theta Chi.

'47 PhD—Charles H. Uhl of Jefferson, GA, formerly of Ithaca, NY, August 29, 2010; professor emeritus of plant biology, Cornell U.; expert on the cytogenics of the stonecrop family; author; active in professional affairs. Wife, Natalie (Whitford), PhD '47.

'47 BME—Richard W. Young of Loveland, OH, September 20, 2010; retired district manger, Combustion Engineering; veteran.

'48 MS HE—Virginia Wilson Baron of Chapel Hill, NC, August 31, 2010; professor emerita of clothing design, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; also taught at U. of Tennessee. Husband, Samuel H. Baron '42.

'48—Irene Sabo Corcoran of Westport, CT, formerly of Moorestown, NJ, August 23, 2010; director, Moorestown Theater; insurance agent; first octogenarian to graduate from Sarah Lawrence College; active in civic and community affairs.

'48 BS Hotel—R. Davis Cutting of Ithaca, NY, September 9, 2010; auto dealer, Cutting Motors; co-founder, Tompkins County Area Development; established Cayuga Venture Fund to attract high-tech companies; helped secure financing to bring the Boyce Thompson Inst. to Cornell U.; worked with BorgWarner to secure financing and land in Lansing, NY; former president, McGraw House; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Chi Phi.

'48 MA, PhD '53—Harold V. Gould of Woodland Hills, CA, September 11, 2010; veteran character actor; played recurring roles on "Rhoda," "The Golden Girls," and other TV shows; Emmy nominee; appeared in the movies Harper, The Sting, Silent Movie, Love and Death, Freaky Friday, and Patch Adams; stage actor; drama professor, UC Riverside and Randolph-Macon Women's College; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs. Wife, Lea (Shampanier) '48, MA '50.

'48 BA—Frank G. Grabowski of West Springfield, MA, September 3, 2010; founder and president, Atwood Detective Agency; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'48—Daphne Christie Kohler of Corvallis, OR, formerly of Maumee, OH, September 15, 2010; home economics teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'48 BS HE—Marjorie Wright Mueller of Austin, TX, September 16, 2010; swimming coach; active in alumni affairs.

'48 MEd—Raymond W. Van Giesen of Fayetteville, NY, August 31, 2010; career counselor, Central City Business Inst.; district superintendent, Fayetteville-Manlius school districts; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 MS HE—Ruth Fenton Bascom of Eugene, OR, August 25, 2010; retired mayor of Eugene, OR; active in civic and alumni affairs.

'49—Lt. Col. Fred W. Dollar of Bryan, TX, September 5, 2010; retired US Army officer; innovator in food service and safety; director emeritus of Food Service, Texas A&M; introduced the first food court on a college campus; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'49 BS ORIE—George F. Rogalsky Jr. of Gladwyne, PA, August 10, 2010; engineer; veteran; glee club enthusiast; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Phi.

'49 MD—Wayne S. Rogers of Melbourne, FL, September 16, 2010; chief of ob/gyn and former chief of staff, Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, Miami, FL; clinical associate professor and chief of academic services, U. of Miami School of Medicine; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 PhD—Steven E. Schanes of San Diego, CA, September 18, 2010; academic dean, U. of San Diego; taught at Boston U., Rutgers, and Seton Hall U.; director of pensions, State of New Jersey; VP, Martin E. Segal; first exec. director, Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp.; special asst. to the secretary, US Dept. of Commerce; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'50-52 MET E—Thomas M. Baatz of Napoleon, OH, March 16, 2010; managing engineer, General Motors Foundry Division. Triangle.

'50 BA—James L. Hall of Elmira, NY, August 2, 2010; attorney; operated Hall Heating Co.

'50 BS Hotel—Martin L. Horn Jr. of Jupiter, FL, formerly of West Orange, NJ, September 17, 2010; president, Pal's Cabin and Mayfair Farms; president, Nat'l Restaurant Assn.; veteran; active in professional affairs. Sigma Nu.

'50 BArch—Kent C. Hurley of Halifax, Nova Scotia, April 23, 2010; architecture professor, Technical U. of Nova Scotia (now Dalhousie U.); former manager, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra; English teacher; veteran.

'50 BA—Robert E. Schreiber of Orchard Park, NY, September 17, 2010; sports copy editor, Buffalo News; taught at Attica Correctional Facility; reporter, Auburn Citizen-Advertiser; veteran. Seal & Serpent.

'50, BS Chem E '51, MBA '52—Arthur Snyder of Bernardsville, NJ, September 8, 2010; former president and chairman of A. M. Best Co.; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Beatrice (Harper) '46, BS HE '45.

'50 BS Ag, PhD '53—Horst Von Oppenfeld of Bethesda, MD, August 23, 2010; agricultural economist; worked for the World Bank, the UN Development Program, Int'l Fund for Agricultural Development, Kreditanstal Fuer Wiederaufbau, Turkish Development Foundation, and the Grameen Bank; exchange professor, U. of the Philippines; author; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'50-51 SP Ag—Donald W. White of Scituate, MA, September 1, 2010; retired co-owner, senior VP, and director of Hendrie's Ice Cream; co-owner, New England Frozen Foods; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'51 BA—Joseph P. Buttino of Cortland, NY, August 19, 2010; editor and researcher, Alumni Affairs and Development, Cornell U.; worked for two Cornell presidents; veteran; directed, wrote, and arranged musicals and plays; active in community affairs.

'51 MD—Grayson B. Davis of West Lafayette, IN, August 20, 2010; general practitioner; Tippecanoe County coroner; veteran.

'51 MBA—David M. Faulkner of Stone Mountain, GA, September 19, 2010.

'51 BS HE—Anna Strangio Smith of Otego, NY, April 8, 2010. Wayside Aftermath.

'51—William M. Stanton of Waldorf, MD, April 14, 2006.

'52 BA—Charles T. Baglow of Webster, NY, June 23, 2010; retired CFO, Great Lakes Press Corp.; veteran. Theta Chi. Wife, Susan (Ekstrand) '52.

'52 BS Nurs—Nancy Courtright Bolles of Corona del Mar, CA, August 22, 2010.

'52 LLB—Sheldon W. Damsky of Cambridge, NY, September 1, 2010; attorney; author; veteran.

'52-53 SP ILR—Ruth Hanka Eigner of Pacific Beach, CA, August 23, 2010; high school math, English, and German teacher; actor; playwright; author. Husband, Edwin M. Eigner '53.

'52—Robert W. Ensign of Bethlehem, CT, September 10, 2010; president, Ensign Petroleum Equipment Co.; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'52 BFA—Goldie Pearl Feigert of Charlottesville, VA, September 19, 2010; artist; printmaker; art restorer; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'52 BA—Paul C. Franks of Tulsa, OK, August 26, 2010; professor of geology, U. of Tulsa; active in alumni affairs. Delta Chi.

'52 BS HE—Shirley Cornell Lindberg of Parish, NY, July 6, 2007.

'53 BS Ag—Phillips W. Foster of College Park, MD, August 29, 2010; professor of agricultural economics, U. of Maryland; also taught at Michigan State U.; author; documentary filmmaker; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'53—Stephen C. Low of Houston, TX, formerly of Milford, Oneonta, and Clinton, NY, August 7, 2010; founder, Catskill Airways; manager, Oneonta Municipal Airport; executive director, Nat'l Warplane Museum; operated River Valley Farm; active in civic and community affairs.

'53 MD—Richard F. Porter of Alamosa, CO, August 13, 2010; radiologist, Alamosa Community Hospital, Monte Vista Comm. Hospital; St. Joseph Hospital, and Del Norte and Cone-jos County Hospital; veteran; mountaineer; active in community and professional affairs.

'53 BA—Francis P. Scigliano of Lexington, MA, and Christiansted, VI, September 1, 2010; retired court clerk, US Court of Appeals; attorney; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'54, BA '55—Tyler D. Todd of Houston, TX, September 20, 2010; real estate developer; president, Todd Land Co.; manager, Piper Aircraft Distribution; political activist; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'55, LLB '61—Ezra Cornell IV of Hackettstown, NJ, formerly of Bloomfield, NJ, August 9, 2010; attorney; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'55 BA—Miles E. Marsh of Orland Park, IL, formerly of Wheeling, WV, September 4, 2010; executive, Copperweld Corp.; also worked for Wheeling Steel; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'55 BS Ag—Joan Metzger Weerts of Kirksville, MO, August 27, 2010; taught bacteriology at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine (now A.T. Still U.); laboratory researcher, Northeast Regional Medical Center; also worked for CIBA Pharmaceutical Co.; master gardener; active in community affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'56—James G. Forbes of Endicott, NY, June 8, 2006; retired IBM employee; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'56 BA—Eleanor Fischer Goldman of New York City, August 7, 2008; attorney; practiced civil rights law, poverty law, and criminal law; foreign correspondent, Canadian Broadcasting Corp.; founder, Nat'l Public Radio's New York City office; classical pianist; active in civic affairs.

'56 BS Ag—Robert J. Lyman of Fulton, NY, September 8, 2010; technical writer, Chrysler Missile Division and General Electric; veteran; pilot; active in community affairs. Cayuga Lodge. Wife, Barbara (Harrell) '56.

'56—William K. Potter of Big Oak Flat, CA, July 21, 2010; retired bar and sporting goods store owner. Theta Chi.

'56, BA '57—Lawrence R. Raub of Orchard Park, NY, September 1, 2010; owner, Brierwood Wine & Spirit Shoppe; sales representative; owner, Armology Co.; also worked for General Telephone; active in civic and community affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'57 BS Ag—Ronald F. Schliessman of Franklin, NY, September 12, 2010.

'57 BS Ag—Lawrence S. Star of Wellington, FL, June 20, 2010. Phi Sigma Delta.

'58 BS Ag—Jamon K. Baker of Gansevoort, NY, September 5, 2010; retired from the Soil Conservation Service, USDA; veteran; active in community affairs.

'58 MBA—David A. Scudder of West Hartford, CT, August 24, 2010; general manager, Nat'l Flood Insurance Program, EDS; also worked for Travelers Corp.; lobbyist, Nat'l Electrical Contractors Assn.; veteran; active in community affairs.

'58 BA—Xenia Vurgaropulos Wright-Marx of Topanga, CA, August 20, 2010; chair, science dept., Los Angeles Trade Technical College; active in community and professional affairs. Chi Omega.

'59—Gene L. Case of New York City, September 9, 2010; advertising executive; created advertising copy for Tums, Volkswagen's "Think small" ad, Skin Bracer, and the antinuclear "Daisy ad" for Lyndon Johnson's campaign; helped found Avenging Angels, an advocacy ad agency; active in civic affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'60—Robert M. Patton of Palmyra, PA, August 20, 2010; worked for Milton Hershey School; active in community affairs. Sigma Nu.

'60 MS—Ruth Silverman of Londonderry, NH, formerly of Ossining, NY, August 31, 2010; psychiatric social worker; therapist, Westchester County Medical Center; faculty member, Cornell U. School of Medicine; active in civic and community affairs.

'60 BA—Sandra Epstein Solomon of Pittsfield, MA, formerly of Armonk, NY, September 10, 2010; founding partner and audiologist, Solomon-Shotland Audiology; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Delta Tau. Husband, Alan C. Solomon '60.

'60 MPA—Ralph L. Wilgarde of Palm Desert, CA, July 7, 2010; retired hospital administrator; veteran; active in community affairs.

'61—Nancy L. Westcott of Utica, NY, formerly of Oneida, NY, July 5, 2009; production typist, Dunn Law Firm; medical transcriptionist; active in community and religious affairs.

'62 MS—John R. Kenemuth of Albuquerque, NM, September 19, 2010; physicist; technical director, Advanced Electro-Optical System Telescope Program, Maui Space Surveillance System; worked for Kirtland Air Force Research Laboratory, Phillips Laboratory, and the Air Force Weapons Laboratory; consultant; active in community affairs.

'63 PhD—Eileen Anne Maynard of Santa Fe, NM, August 31, 2010; anthropologist; cryptologist; veteran.

'64 BS Ag, MAT '69—Raymond J. Ernenwein of Kendall, NY, August 26, 2010; retired agricultural teacher; past president, ATANY. Theta Chi.

'65 JD—Michael D. Ditzian of New York City, September 10, 2010; attorney; managing partner, Davis & Gilbert; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs.

'66 BS HE—Geraldine Sussman Marcus of Miami, FL, May 6, 2010; speech pathologist. Sigma Delta Tau.

'66 BS HE—Mary Barron Matthews of Grand Island, NY, September 12, 2010; substitute teacher and home schooling teacher; taught computer skills to children; active in community affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'67 BS Ag—Wayne F. Currie of Atlanta, GA, September 4, 2010; investment executive, Prudential Securities; co-chair, business outreach, Team Ivy. Chi Phi.

'67 PhD—Thomas M. Loehr of Port Townsend, WA, formerly of Portland, OR, August 20, 2010; professor, Oregon Health & Sciences U.; researched the role of trace metals in biological systems; author; sailor; active in community and professional affairs. Wife, Joann (Sanders) '64, PhD '69.

'67 PhD—Margaret Schnaitman Wilcox of Unity, ME, August 17, 2010; college professor; piano teacher; master gardener; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. '68—Kenneth L. Goldstein of Scottsdale, AZ, July 27, 2010; expert in cleanroom contamination and design of cleanroom facilities.

'68 MA, PhD '75—Jerry L. Ingles of Worden, IL, August 21, 2010; professor of economics, U. of the South; Peace Corps volunteer; birder; author; actor; active in civic and community affairs.

'69 MEd—David J. Desantis of Malone, NY, September 18, 2010; district superintendent, Franklin, Essex, and Hamilton BOCES; special education teacher; active in community and professional affairs.

'69 PhD—Edward H. Jocoy of Williamsville, NY, September 20, 2010; principal engineer, General Dynamics; specialist in radar systems; nationally ranked squash player; active in religious affairs. Wife, Barbara (Mehaffey), MS '67.

'70 PhD—Jerry E. Pohlman of Helena, MT, September 4, 2010; chairman and CEO, Pacific First Bank; chief economist, California Federal Savings; worked for Arthur Young and Co.; worked for the Price Commission and Cost of Living Council; taught at SUNY Buffalo and Carroll College; author; active in community affairs.

'72 MBA—Timothy J. Healy of Winnetka, IL, July 29, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'75, BA '82—Martin T. King of Seattle, WA, September 15, 2010; founder, Tegic Communications; principal inventor, T9 input technology, the standard text messaging technology on mobile phones; founder, Exbiblio; inventor, Eyescan Communicator, the "Owl," which helps people with disabilities to communicate; co-founder, Compendia Foundation; also founded DisplayLink, Ndiyo, the Film Connection, and Pangea Giving for Global Change; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'75 BS HE—Martin J. Waters III of Lexington, VA, September 1, 2008; regional pension consultant, Nationwide Financial.

'76, BA '77—Daniel B. Tooker of Highland Beach, FL, formerly of Golden, CO, March 9, 2009.

'77 PhD—Francis R. Bidinger of Patancheru, India, April 7, 2008; crop physiologist; principal scientist, Genetic Resources and Enhancement Program, Int'l Crops Research Inst. for the Semi-Arid Tropics. Wife, Patricia (Day), PhD '83.

'79 BS Nurs—Cecelia M. Penkala of New York City, September 4, 2010; nurse practitioner, student health clinic, Columbia U. and Fashion Inst. of Technology; also worked at NewYork Hospital and Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital; massage therapist; active in civic affairs.

'83 BS Ag—Mark E. Quinby of Bath, NY, September 6, 2010; worked for Bath Plumbing and Hardware; farmer; raised Dexter cattle; active in community and professional affairs.

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

'90—Claire A. Delain of Schenectady, NY, September 10, 2010; computer programmer, General Electric; art dept. manager, Union Book Co.; farmer; artist; MENSA member; public access TV volunteer; active in artistic and religious affairs.

'96 MEE—Tony Kar Chun Lam of Rochester, NY, December 25, 2007; founder, Turbine Technology Int'l; structural engineer; active in professional affairs.

'00 BA—Jonathan R. Page of San Francisco, CA, September 10, 2010; engineer, Communications & Power Industries Inc.; worked on satellite communications projects; support technician, Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source; chess champion.

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