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'26 BS Ag—Philip I. Higley of Fort Walton Beach, FL, May 19, 2007; pioneer in the dairy industry; former president, American Breeders Service; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. '29 BA—Frances Levinson Zippin of New York City, July 12, 2007. '32 DVM—Arthur C. Eldred of Fort Covington, NY, May 11, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active […]

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'26 BS Ag—Philip I. Higley of Fort Walton Beach, FL, May 19, 2007; pioneer in the dairy industry; former president, American Breeders Service; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'29 BA—Frances Levinson Zippin of New York City, July 12, 2007.

'32 DVM—Arthur C. Eldred of Fort Covington, NY, May 11, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Psi.

'32 BS HE—Helen Maly of Rochester, NY, June 6, 2007; active in alumni affairs.

'32—J. Elizabeth North of Victor, NY, March 24, 2006; active in alumni affairs.

'33, BS Ag '34—Lawrence B. Clark of Myrtle Beach, SC, July 7, 2007. Alpha Zeta.

'33-34 GR—Anthony J. Marsloe of Centre Island, NY, December 14, 2006; attorney; house counsel, Peerless Importers; worked with NYS Bureau of Investigation under Gov. Dewey; veteran; author; radio lecturer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'33, BA '32—Jerome Ritter of Tucson, AZ, May 1, 2007; hospital director, V.A. hospitals in Tucson, AZ, and Martinez, CA; chief of staff, Boston V.A. Hospital; assoc. clinical professor, U. of Nebraska, U. of Wisconsin, and Boston U. medical schools; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'34 BME—Thomas R. Crowley of Madison, NJ, May 12, 2007; president, UnionImperial Laundry and Dry Cleaning; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Phi.

'34-35 SP Ag—Maurice K. Hitchings of Syracuse, NY, June 20, 2007; owner, Maurice K. Hitchings Construction; also worked for Beak & Skiff Orchards; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'34, BArch '35, BLA '36—Robert S. Kitchen of Oceanside, CA, May 25, 2007; architect; designed BART stations and buildings at UC Davis and UC Berkeley; veteran; active in professional affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'34 BS Ag—Carl T. Nordstrom of Fort Myers, FL, formerly of East Aurora, NY, May 26, 2007; loan officer; active in civic and community affairs.

'34—Manuel Stapen of New York City, May 25, 2007; psychoanalyst; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'35 BA, MD '39—Gaert S. Gudernatch of Salisbury, CT, May 29, 2007; physician; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'35, BA '36—George L. Hamilton Jr. of Concord, NH, formerly of West Hartford, CT, June 29, 2007; chief, Crippled Children's section, Connecticut Dept. of Health; active in religious affairs.

'35 BME—John F. Schoedinger of Columbus, OH, June 23, 2007; retired president, Schoedinger Funeral Service; cattle breeder; tree farmer; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'37 BS HE—Elizabeth Eldridge Boylan (Mrs. Laurence C., PhD '52) of Emporia, KS, March 6, 2007; teacher; active in community and alumni affairs.

'37, BS Ag '38—Cornelius F. Handy of Lowville, NY, May 28, 2007; agricultural extension agent, Cornell Cooperative Extension; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'37 BA, LLB '40—James M. Pollock of White Plains, NY, April 22, 2007; attorney; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'38—Augusta Fairchild Chapman of Spencer, NY, June 10, 2007; retired home editor, American Agriculturist; active in community and religious affairs.

'38 BS HE—Helene Irish Johnston (Mrs. Carl B. Johnston '38) of Carmel, CA, July 18, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'38-40 GR—Ruby Osterman Leininger of Dublin, OH, June 30, 2007; high school science teacher; also taught at Fenn College; active in community affairs.

'38 BS HE—Laura Smith Means of New Woodstock, NY, May 14, 2007; elementary school teacher; social worker; nutritionist; dairy farmer; potter; active in community affairs.

'38 BS Ag—John P. Murphy of Naples, FL, formerly of Skaneateles, NY, July 6, 2007; attorney; also worked for Bristol-Myers Squibb; worked on the Manhattan Project;

'38, BS Ag '39—Charles W. Severinghaus of Edinburg, NY, July 6, 2007; principal wildlife biologist, Delmar Laboratory, NY State Dept. of Environmental Conservation; authority on white-tailed deer; author; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'38 BEE—Frederick J. Skinner of Cortland, NY, May 24, 2007. Wife, Eleanor (Ramsay) '41.

'39 BME—William B. Halladay of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, April 1, 2007; engineer, ARCO; worked on Alaskan Pipeline; veteran; taught at West Point; active in religious affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'39 BA—George L. Kalb of Medford Lakes, NJ, October 13, 2006. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'39 MS, PhD '43—Charles T. Male Jr. of Niskayuna, NY, July 5, 2007; professor of civil engineering, Union College; partner, C. T. Male Assocs.; owner, C. W. Male & Son Insurance; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'39 BS Hotel—Leslie N. Scott of Cape Coral, FL, June 1, 2007; managed Rockefeller Estate in Pocantico Hills, NY; owner, Tiger Lily Gift Store; active in civic and community affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'39 BArch—Daniel B. Warner of Walnut Creek, CA, December 11, 2005; architect; veteran; active in professional affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'40 BA—Roy F. Dietrich of Stamford, CT, June 2, 2007; director, procedures and control, Continental Can; also worked for Price Waterhouse; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'40 BA—Sidney A. Haber of White Plains, NY, November 26, 2006; psychiatrist.

'40—Robert E. Halpin of Odessa, NY, May 23, 2007; dairy farmer; active in professional affairs.

'40 BA—Robert H. Sparre of Chestertown, MD, March 14, 2007; retired DuPont manager; historian; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41 BA—Albert L. Aschaffenburg of Metairie, LA, June 26, 2007; operated the Pontchartrain Hotel; speech teacher, U. of New Orleans; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Zeta Beta Tau.

'41 BS Ag, MS Ag '54—Donald G. Robinson Sr. of Castile, NY, May 15, 2007; retired vocational agriculture teacher; town councilman; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'41 PhD—Jay R. Schenck of Lindenhurst, IL, June 16, 2006; research chemist; active in community affairs.

'41—Frederick D. Vieth of Chester, CT, formerly of Pacific Palisades, CA, July 8, 2007; marketing executive, aerospace industry; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'41 BS Ag—Nathaniel E. White of Fayetteville, NY, May 10, 2007; worked for Agway; active in community and alumni affairs. Theta Chi.

'42 BA—Louise Sargent Akins of Interlaken, NY, May 21, 2007; teacher, Interlaken Central School; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'42, BEE '48—Earle C. Bowen of Tucker, GA, April 11, 2007.

'42 MS HE—Elizabeth Feldmeier Brereton (Mrs. John G. '38, PhD '42) of Chittenango, NY, July 6, 2007; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'42 PhD—George H. Hildebrand of Walnut Creek, CA, May 18, 2007; retired economics professor; active in alumni affairs.

'42 BS Ag, DVM '43—Wallace G. Jones of Setauket, NY, April 23, 2007; veterinarian; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Psi.

'42, BS Ag '47—Robert H. Spickerman of Middleburgh, NY, April 19, 2007; retired postmaster.

'42, BS ORIE '44—Frank B. Williams III of Sarasota, FL, May 11, 2007; founder, Crawford Williams engineering firm; active in community and religious affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'43 MD—Frank H. McNutt of Kittanning, PA, May 12, 2007; physician; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'43—Martin D. Meyerson of Philadelphia, PA, June 2, 2007; former president, U. of Pennsylvania and SUNY Buffalo; former acting chancellor and dean of the design school, UC Berkeley; scholar of urban design; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'43 BA—Louis L. Mihalyi of Glenfield, NY, March 15, 2007; high school science teacher; veteran; author; editor; active in community and religious affairs.

'43 MS Ag, PhD '45—Julio O. Morales of Sarasota, FL, formerly of Greenwich, CT, May 29, 2007; economics professor, Cornell U.; co-founder, Inst. for Humane Studies, George Mason U.; director, Dept. of Economics, Inter-American Inst. of American States; consultant to the Organization of American States; active in community and professional affairs. Wife, Virginia (Tedeschi) '45.

'43 BS Ag, PhD '52—Kenneth C. Parkes of Pittsburgh, PA, July 16, 2007; curator emeritus of birds, Carnegie Museum of Nat'l History; author; field ornithologist; active in professional and alumni affairs. Wife, Ellen (Stone) '54.

'44, DVM '45—Stanton E. Bower of San Luis Obispo, CA, July 7, 2007; veterinarian; developer, Buttonwood Industrial Park; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'44—Alexander M. Cadman Jr. of Pittsburgh, PA, June 25, 2007; retired president, A.W. Cadman Manufacturing Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'44, BArch '46—Samuel J. Caudill Jr. of Carbondale, CO, May 13, 2007; retired architect; worked on Glenwood Canyon Interstate 70 project; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Sigma Nu.

'44—Philip W. Donovan of Plantsville, CT, April 28, 2007; worked for A. N. Pierson Co. and Macy's department store; OSS officer; active in community affairs.

'44 BME—Harvey Jacobson of Atlanta, GA, May 6, 2007; president, Nation Linen Service; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'44 BS Hotel—Charles H. Lindelow of St. Petersburg, FL, formerly of Drexel Hill, PA, May 5, 2007; worked for Stouffer Restaurants.

'44 BS HE—Marion Beatty Parsons of Fairfax, VA, May 20, 2007; homemaker; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, George A. Parsons '43.

'44 BA, JD '49—Bertil L. Peterson of Orchard Park, NY, May 31, 2007; attorney; former president, Deep Springs College; veteran; honorary Swedish consul; active in civic, professional, and alumni affairs. Wife, Jean (Ripton), JD '49.

'44 BA—Beatrice Sacks Stillman of Marana, AZ, January 28, 2006.

'44, BCE '47—Theodore T. Van Hyning of Kilmarnock, VA, August 30, 2006; owner, construction company; active in community and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi.

'44, BA '47—William F. Wagner of Hendersonville, NC, March 27, 2007; retired industrial relations manager; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'44—Virginia Olsen Wilson of Fort Worth, TX, February 17, 2007.

'45—Augustus C. McDaniel of Waite Hill, OH, November 8, 2006; president and CEO, Hill Acme Co.; active in community affairs.

'45, BA '44—Barbara Wagner Neumark of New York City, June 22, 2007; homemaker; active in community and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'45 BS Nurs—Harriet Williams Ripple of San Angelo, TX, December 8, 2006.

'45, BS HE '44—Alma Schwenk Salmon (Mrs. Oliver N. '40, PhD '46) of Austin, TX, formerly of Bemidji, MN, May 20, 2007; homemaker.

'45, BA '47, PhD '55—Seaward A. Sand Jr. of East Aurora, NY, July 15, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Mavis (Gillette) '46.

'45—William H. Tatro of Bakersfield, CA, April 7, 2007; salesman; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'46 PhD—Leona Schnell Emrich of Hinton, WV, March 26, 2006; professor emerita of biological sciences, William Paterson U.

'46, BA '45—Arlene Newton Hilton of Cumberland, RI, May 21, 2007; bibliographical researcher, Brown U. Rockefeller Library; owner, Betty's Curtain Shop and Toddle-Teen Playhouse; active in community and religious affairs.

'46 MS, PhD—Chung Y. Li of Hershey, PA, May 12, 2007; consulting engineer on hydroelectric projects.

'46, BA '48—Walter Minkoff of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, May 14, 2007; president, Peerless Paint & Varnish; veteran. Phi Sigma Delta.

'47 BME—Max R. Bluntschli of Los Gatos, CA, June 9, 2007; VP and part-owner, Brown & Root; engineering consultant, Edgewood Inc.; former director of engineering, Allied Chemical; active in alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'47 MEd—Olive Griffin Boehlecke of Spencerport, NY, February 3, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Robert A. Boehlecke '34.

'47 MS HE—Euphemia Deade Boroughs of Monroe Township, NJ, March 9, 2006.

'47, BS HE '46, MS HE '54—Barbara Kenrick Miller of Tucson, AZ, May 28, 2007; retired county extension agent; active in alumni affairs.

'47, BA '46—Jay Monroe of Sands Point, NY, June 12, 2007; created the Tensor lamp; inventor; engineer; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs. Tau Epsilon Phi. Wife, Barbara (Thaler) '55.

'47 BA, PhD '52—Eleanor Tananbaum Ostrau of Mamaroneck, NY, May 20, 2007; dept. chair of government and politics, Manhattan College; also taught at Yeshiva U. and Hunter College; intelligence analyst, US State Dept.; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'47 MA—Emily Skillings Palfrey of West Lafayette, IN, July 11, 2007; middle school teacher; taught English at Purdue U. in retirement; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Husband, Thomas Palfrey '49, PhD '53.

'48 BME—Harold Andrews of Arlington, VA, May 15, 2007; aeronautical engineer, Naval Air Systems Command; aviation historian; consultant; author; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Beta Pi.

'48 GR—Philip M. Davenport of Chevy Chase, MD, March 31, 2006;

'48 MNS—Santo D. Formica of Sherwood, AR, May 11, 2007; cookbook author; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'48 BS Ag—Gilbert Gude of Bethesda, MD, June 7, 2007; Congressman; director of Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress; state legislator; treasurer, family nursery business; veteran; environmentalist; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48 BCE, MCE '49—Oscar C. Rohrmoser of San Jose, Costa Rica, July 11, 2007; chief engineer, Junta de Proteccion Social; helped to construct hydroelectric plants; real estate developer; philatelist; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Chi Epsilon.

'48 PhD—John G. Seeley of Ithaca, NY, May 9, 2007; professor emeritus of horticulture, Cornell U.; also taught at Penn State U. and Rutgers; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'49 BCE—Richard C. Callaghan of Summit, NJ, June 2, 2007; senior VP and chief engineer, Schiavone Construction; mediator, American Arbitration Assn.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Estelle (Palezny) '49.

'49, B Chem E '50—Davidson Clark of Alton, NH, July 9, 2007; retired president, Hitachi Magna-Lock; former marketing manager, GE Magnetics; furniture builder; author; active in community and professional affairs. Wife, Sally (Andrews) '52.

'49 BA—Peggy Jack Drake of Somerville, NJ, July 11, 2007; senior medical writer/editor, HoechstCelanese; instructor, Museum of Natural History; naturalist; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 BS Hotel—Richard T. Harris of Englewood, OH, February 11, 2007; food service teacher, Dayton High Schools; purchasing agent; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma. Wife, Grace (Hubbell) '49.

'49—Melvin S. McLeod Jr. of Bedford, MA, July 9, 2007; worked for Payne Elevator Co.; hospital trustee. Sigma Chi.

'49 LLB—J. Read Murphy of Bloomfield, CT, June 4, 2007; attorney; veteran; former state's attorney; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'50 BS Ag, MEd '54—Donald M. Alexander of Newark Valley, NY, April 17, 2007; agricultural teacher, Newark Valley High School; farmer; tree surgeon; developed Alexander Park; active in civic and community affairs.

'50—Talbot Bissell of Greensboro, NC, July 2, 2007; retired asst. secretary and manager of field claims division, Pilot Life Insurance; veteran; active in community affairs.

'50 BArch—Robert M. Blunk of Burlingame, CA, June 20, 2007; architect; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'50—John F. Burroughs of Visalia, CA, May 23, 2007; USDA agricultural inspector; probation officer; farmer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Sigma Nu.

'50 JD—Lawrence Carnick of Indio, CA, June 3, 2007; attorney; taught at College of the Desert; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'50 BS Ag—Henry F. Flamm of Staten Island, NY, July 5, 2007; retired trust dept. officer, Bank of New York; naturalist, New York State Conservation Dept.; veteran; first director, Staten Island Zoo; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'50 BEE—Bernard Gerb of Princeton, NJ, March 27, 2006; patent attorney; co-founder, the 55-PLUS forum for Princeton area seniors; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'50—Jack C. Giroux of Ithaca, NY, May 16, 2007; retired Cornell Food Service employee; veteran.

'50 BME—George A. Goetz of Whitefish Bay, WI, July 16, 2007; former professor, Johnson Graduate School of Management, Cornell U.; owner, Goetz Haussler James insurance agency; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'50 BA—Alan P. Howell of Park Ridge, NJ, formerly of Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ, July 9, 2007; realtor; high school teacher; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'50 BS Ag, MEd '56—John A. Koska of Delhi, NY, May 25, 2007; guidance counselor; taught agriculture; veteran. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'50, BS ILR '51—Richard S. Locke of Fort Lauderdale, FL, formerly of Ithaca, NY, June 1, 2007; real estate broker.

'50—Francis S. Poplasky of Hayward, CA, May 1, 2006. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'51 BA—Graham A. Brown of Naples, FL, formerly of Skaneateles, NY, May 6, 2007; worked for Jones & Laughlin Steel; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi. Wife, Ann (Blodgett) '55.

'51-52 SP Ag—Shinjiro Endo of Tsunacho, Japan, June 1, 2006; pastor emeritus, Shizuki Church; active in religious affairs.

'51 BS Hotel—Thomas W. Gee of Worland, WY, April 16, 2007; hotelier and restaurateur; owner, Washakie Hotel and Settler's Inn; manager, Jenny Lake Lodge; veteran; horseman; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi.

'51 BS Ag—William H. Webb of Connersville, IN, March 3, 2007; farmer. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'51 BS Hotel—John J. Zimmerman Jr. of Syracuse, NY, June 18, 2007; president, Real Estate Investors of Central NY; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'52—Byron M. Baer of Englewood, NJ, June 24, 2007; senator and minority leader, New Jersey Senate; civil rights activist; proponent of the Open Public Meetings Act; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'52 BA—Virginia A. Darnell of San Francisco, CA, June 7, 2007; senior computer systems engineer, IBM; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Kappa Delta.

'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 Kappa. Wife, Barbara (Johnson) '54.

'52 MD—George Johnson Jr. of Chapel Hill, NC, May 15, 2007; professor, chief of vascular surgery, director of Ambulatory Care Surgery Center, and vice chairman, Dept. of Surgery,  U. of North Carolina School of Medicine; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'52—Capt.

Edward A. Lane Jr. of Panacea, FL, May 16, 2007; retired US Navy and Merchant Marine officer.

'52—Walter J. Purcell of Everett, WA, June 10, 2007; Shell Oil franchiser; businessman; active in community affairs. Sigma Nu.

'52, BME '53—Robert C. Reisweber of Williamsburg, VA, May 13, 2007; computer scientist; mechanical engineer; author; active in community affairs.

'52 LLB—Franklin B. Resseguie of Binghamton, NY, June 18, 2007; attorney; founder, Brundage Publishing; veteran; taught at West Point; author; active in civic affairs.

'52 BS Ag, PhD '67—Bruce T. Wilkins of Solomons, MD, June 30, 2007; professor emeritus, Cornell U.; leader in Sea Grant Extension; wildlife biologist; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha. Wife, Sandra (Enevoldsen), MPS '89.

'53 BA—Richard T. Cliggott of Tequesta, FL, June 9, 2007; founder, Cliggott Publishing; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'53 BA—John H. Depew of Dallas, TX, March 12, 2007; banker; VP, First Nat'l Bank and M Bank; actor in "Dallas" and JFK; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Phi.

'53 BA, MBA '54—Manuel J. Ferreira of Cumming, GA, May 14, 2007; executive, General Mills, W. R. Grace & Co., and Carnation Co.; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa. Wife, Joan (Hartford) '51.

'53—Daniel H. Horwitz of Riverview, FL, January 22, 2007.

'53 MBA—Timothy J. Marcouiller of Longboat Key, FL, formerly of Cheshire, CT, June 12, 2007; financial manager, Uniroyal; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'53—Col.

Kenneth J. Payne of San Antonio, TX, May 14, 2007; retired US Air Force officer; director of civil engineering for North American Defense Command; project manager, int'l construction projects; homebuilder; active in professional and religious affairs.

'53 BS Ag—Glen E. Woolfenden of Lake Placid, FL, June 19, 2007; ornithologist; expert on the Florida scrub jay; taught at the U. of South Florida; active in professional and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'54, BME '55—Ralph E. Delaplane of Jennersville, PA, formerly of Wilmington, DE, February 3, 2007; retired DuPont engineer; active in community and religious affairs. Theta Chi.

'54 BA—Sandra Perman Itzkoff of Scotch Plains, NJ, June 10, 2007; retired professor, Union County College; high school teacher; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'54—Peter M. Marx of New York City, June 11, 2007; Broadway producer; real estate agent; veteran.

'54—Patricia Palmer Shope (Mrs. Richard A., GR '52-54) of Simsbury, CT, July 9, 2007; director, Hopmeadow Nursery School; master weaver; artist.

'55 BS ILR—Lee J. Fingar of Darien, CT, July 17, 2007; worked in industrial marketing; consultant for financially troubled companies; substitute high school teacher; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'55 BA—Frank B. Knight of Urbana, IL, March 19, 2007; professor of mathematics, U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; instructor and research assoc., U. of Minnesota; author; editor; mountain climber; active in professional affairs.

'55 BS HE—Doris Gottlieb Sherman of Port Washington, NY, May 13, 2007. Husband, Philip M. Sherman '52.

'55 MEd—John R. West of Claverack, NY, July 4, 2007; coach and asst. director, Cornell Athletics Dept.; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'56 BA, MBA '57—Jeanne Pipes Appel of Indianapolis, IN, July 9, 2007; accountant, Central Indiana Oil Co.; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Wilbur L. Appel Jr., MBA '57.

'56 BA—Annette Spittal Huene of Fresno, CA, April 27, 2007; business manager; expert in mass spectrography, Stanford Research Inst.; assisted her husband in research at Brookhaven Nat'l Laboratory; active in religious and alumni affairs. Husband, Donald R. Huene '55.

'56 BA—Judith Stone Morenberg of Westfield, NJ, July 4, 2007; computer programmer; active in religious affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'57 BS Hotel—John A. Brooke of Punta Gorda, FL, formerly of Lake Forest, IL, June 11, 2007; president, Carysfort Inc.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'57 GR—Chris L. Heidenreich of Monroeville, PA, November 1, 1971; attorney.

'57 BA—Helen Kuver Kramer of Toronto, Ontario, May 30, 2007. Chi Omega. Husband, Ronald E. Kramer, MBA '57.

'58—Joseph I. Chuckrow of Niskayuna, NY, May 11, 2007; owner, food brokerage; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'59-60 GR—Catherine M. Brennan of Worcester, MA, July 3, 2007; physician; specialist in obstetrics and pediatric care; active in professional and religious affairs.

'59 BA—Harvey R. Colten of Tamworth, NH, May 24, 2007; VP and senior assoc. dean, Columbia U. Health System; former dean and VP for medical affairs, Northwestern U. School of Medicine; former chair, Dept. of Pediatrics, Washington U. School of Medicine; served in US Public Health Service; active in professional and alumni affairs. Wife, Susan (Kaplowitz) '60.

'59 MA—Frederick M. Congdon of Detroit Lakes, MN, May 29, 2007; director, Omaha Playhouse; actor; famed for role of Atahualpa in Royal Hunt of the Sun; president, American Community Theatre Assn.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'59 BS Ag—Clifford E. Cool of Leesburg, FL, May 4, 2007; retired pilot, Delta Airlines; also flew with Pan-American Airlines; veteran; active in community affairs.

'59, BA '60—Alta Ogden Copeland of Washington, DC, May 14, 2007; librarian, Kellogg Library, Nat'l Museum of Natural History; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, Robert E. Copeland, JD '65.

'59, BArch '60—David J. Rietz of West Chester, PA, March 31, 2007; architect; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'60, BA '61—Peter E. Blanchard of Scottsdale, AZ, May 22, 2007; president, Strategic Horizons. Phi Delta Theta.

'60 MD—Robert C. Charman of Lebanon, NH, May 8, 2007; physician, Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'60 BA—Peter R. Cummins of Springfield, PA, April 19, 2007; financial consultant; veteran; active in community affairs. Theta Chi.

'60 BA—Peter A. Silverstein of Plainview, NY, May 24, 2007; attorney. Beta Sigma Rho.

'60 BS HE—Valerie River Vaughan of Hilton Head, SC, June 21, 2007; Braille transcriptionist; active in community affairs. Delta Gamma. Husband, Aubrey W. Vaughan '60, MBA '63.

'60, BA '61—Ralph J. Wright Jr. of Middletown, OH, June 8, 2007; retired manager, Armco Steel; owner, Lakeside Inn; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'61 BA—Kenneth M. Frankel of Longmeadow, PA, June 17, 2007; chief of thoracic surgery, Baystate Medical Center; clinical professor of cardiothoracic surgery, Tufts School of Medicine; veteran; founding member, Vietnam Veterans Against the War; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Epsilon Pi.

'62 BS Ag—David S. Adam of Somerset, NJ, May 19, 2007; entomologist, New Jersey Dept. of Health; active in community and professional affairs.

'62 PhD—Joe T. Clayton of Northampton, MA, May 18, 2007; retired professor of food engineering, U. of Massachusetts; also taught at U. of Illinois and U. of Connecticut; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'62 BA—Donald R. Shaghalian of Narragansett, RI, June 25, 2007; manufacturer's representative; veteran. Zeta Psi.

'62, BA '63—Robert C. Tibbetts of Elm Grove, WI, May 17, 2007; information technology manager; veteran.

'63 LLB—Roger K. Bentley II of Freehold, NJ, May 16, 2007; attorney; active in civic and community affairs. Wife, Jane (Palminteri) '63.

'63 BA—Peter M. Crevi of New York City, July 25, 2007; attorney; active in community and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'63 LLB—David R. Frank of Rochester, NY, December 29, 2006; attorney.

'63 BA—Scott Gibbs of Alameda, CA, May 5, 2007; Emmy-winning film producer; president, Quadrant Productions; worked for BBC, CBS, ESPN, NBC, and ABC; veteran; active in professional affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'63 BA—Naomi J. Kalos of East Meadow, NY, September 28, 2006; retired school district administrator; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'63 BA—Linda Silverman Goldzimer Meranus of Melville, NY, July 18, 2007; director, women's campaigning, United Jewish Appeal's Long Island chapter; first female affirmative action officer, San Diego; author; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Delta Tau. Husband, Harvey Meranus '61.

'63 JD—Stephen I. Munzer of New York City, July 3, 2007; attorney; veteran; active in community affairs.

'64 DVM—Bruce T. Boehringer of Fremont, CA, July 3, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi Delta.

'64 LLB—Jerry M. Kleinberg of Roslyn Heights, NY, June 14, 2007; attorney

'64 BA—Carol Willner Thurm of Davidson, NC, June 14, 2007; systems analyst; active in community affairs. Delta Phi Epsilon.

'65 GR—William J. Stackman of Woburn, MA, June 3, 2007; technical director, Cambridge River Festival; theater reviewer; puppeteer; active in community and professional affairs.

'66 BS Nurs—Jo Ann Townsend Devorkin of New York City, October 12, 2006; psychoanalyst, Inst. for Psychoanalytic Training & Research.

'66, BEE '67—Robert J. Matilainen of Los Altos, CA, June 14, 2007; owner, power supply company; also worked at GenRad; active in community affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'66 PhD—W. John McCoy Jr. of Arlington, VA, May 22, 2007; CIA officer; professor of Chinese, Cornell U.; pharmaceutical executive in Shanghai; veteran.

'66—Russell L. Priestley Jr. of Staunton, VA, June 13, 2007; owner, Rose Hill Designs; plans examiner; organist. Watermargin.

'67 BME—Barrie A. Barclay of Cranbury, NJ, May 28, 2007; aerospace engineer, West Trenton Naval Warfare Center; owner, Barclay Tree Farm; active in community affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'67 PhD—Jay S. Johnson of St. Petersburg, FL, June 5, 2007; retired professor, Eckerd College; also taught at U. of Wisconsin; minister; operated Thai Int'l Display; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs. Wife, Jean (Scheufler), MS '66.

'67 PhD—John E. Maxfield of Reno, NV, May 19, 2007; professor of plant pathology and pest management specialist, U. of Nevada; active in professional affairs.

'67 MD—Robert G. Schwager of New York City, June 26, 2007; plastic surgeon; clinical asst. professor of plastic surgery, Weill Cornell Medical School; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'67 BS ILR—Stephen M. Warner of Mamaroneck, NY, June 14, 2007; trial attorney. Beta Sigma Rho. Wife, Sena (Gottlieb) '67.

'69 MD—Richard J. Haber of Lagunitas, CA, June 11, 2007; professor of internal medicine, U. of California, San Francisco; vice chief of medical service and director of the primary care program, San Francisco General Hospital; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'70 MST—Lewis B. Clark of Orbisonia, PA, October 28, 2004.

'75 MA—Jane Aufsesser Lisberger McCarthy (Mrs. Philip J. '39) of Exeter, NH, May 1, 2007; writer; artist; worked for racial and social justice; active in civic and community affairs.

'76 MS ILR—Michael T. Lescault of Cheverly, MD, July 3, 2007; deputy executive director, American Center for Int'l Labor Solidarity; union organizer; advisor to trade unions in Botswana and Lesotho; European liaison, AFL-CIO; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'77—Lawrence D. Koldort of Teaneck, NJ, formerly of Springfield, NJ, July 3, 2007; portrait painter; potter; architect.

'78 BS HE—Janet Ostrander Bacon of Denver, NC, July 5, 2007; CPA; business unit controller, Areva. Kappa Delta. Husband, Marc R. Bacon '78.

'78, BS Ag '82—Steven R. Markham of Locke, NY, formerly of Delevan, NY, July 1, 2007; farm manager, Eldridge Dairy; active in religious affairs.

'83 BS ILR—Darryl Hale of East Hartford, CT, May 17, 2007; field attorney, Nat'l Labor Relations Board; pastor; active in religious affairs.

'85 BS HE—Michele Wolf Corsey of Monroeville, NJ, May 26, 2007; owner, Ann's Abbey; active in community and religious affairs.

'86 BME—Judah R. Gubbay of South Orange, NJ, March 13, 2007; worked for Cisco Systems.

'93 BS Hotel—Rory K. Holloway of Longmont, CO, May 13, 2007; financial planner, the Vanguard Group.

'96 JD—Fred Bertram of Aurora, CO, December 17, 2006; attorney.

'96 BS Ag—Walter H. Blackler IV of Skaneateles, NY, June 13, 2007; worked at Apple Acres; also worked in information technology.

'97 BS Ag—Lee Jay Oplinger of Groton, NY, June 18, 2007; forest technician, City of Ithaca; active in community affairs.

'00 BS ORIE—Taiwai Lei of Forest Hills, NY, May 8, 2007; systems analyst, Deloitte Consulting.

'06 BS—Alexander I. Holiat of Phoenix, AZ, May 6, 2007; worked for Intel Corp.; pianist. Sigma Pi.

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