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May/Jun. ’08 Obituaries

'28 BCE—Clifton H. Ewing of Boulder, CO, September 15, 2007; associate dean, School of Engineering, Western New England College; engineer, Westinghouse and Turner Construction; high school math teacher. '32 BA, MS '33—Harold B. MacPhillamy of Bradenton, FL, formerly of New York City, October 18, 2007; retired director of research administration, Ciba-Geigy Corp.; veteran; active in […]

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'28 BCE—Clifton H. Ewing of Boulder, CO, September 15, 2007; associate dean, School of Engineering, Western New England College; engineer, Westinghouse and Turner Construction; high school math teacher.

'32 BA, MS '33—Harold B. MacPhillamy of Bradenton, FL, formerly of New York City, October 18, 2007; retired director of research administration, Ciba-Geigy Corp.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'32 BA—Mildred Currier Skinner of Sea Cliff, NY, March 23, 2006; librarian; active in community and religious affairs.

'33 BA—Leona Elwell Califano of Schenectady, NY, formerly of Amsterdam, NY, June 17, 2006; elementary school teacher; active in professional and religious affairs.

'33—Constantine Eberhard of Largo, FL, November 19, 2006; retired engineer, Abbot Labs; active in religious affairs.

'33 MA—Erna L. Gramse of Cummaquid, MA, May 24, 2007; taught at Wheaton College; active in professional affairs.

'33 BA—Rev. Henry E. Horn of Cambridge, MA, January 29, 2007; Lutheran pastor; former president, Marion College; theologian; taught at Philadephia Seminary, Luther Northwestern Seminary, and Bryn Mawr College; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha. Wife, Catherine (Stainken) '36.

'33 MA—Elsie Phillips Myers Stainton (Mrs. Walter H. '19, PhD '27) of Kensington, MD, August 31, 2007; retired managing editor, Cornell U. Press; author of The Fine Art of Copy-editing and other books; active in professional affairs.

'34 BS Ag—Robert A. Boehlecke of St. Louis, MO, formerly of Horseheads, NY, October 19, 2007; associate director of university development, Cornell U.; retired agricultural extension agent; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'34, BCE '35—Eddie K. G. Borjesson of College Park, MD, August 29, 2007; civil engineer; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta Rho.

'34 BA—Maurice M. Fleischl of Ashland, OR, August 7, 2007; scholar; poet; veteran. Phi Sigma Delta.

'34 BA—Alice Goulding Herrmann of West Hartford, CT, September 24, 2007.

'34 BEE—Edward J. McCabe Jr. of Delray Beach, FL, September 30, 2007; CEO, Grolier Inc.; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'34 DVM—Willis F. Witter of Richmond, VA, October 5, 2007; veterinarian.

'35 BA—Irving S. Behr of New York City, September 11, 2007; retired surgeon; active in alumni affairs.

'35 MD—A. Gerard De Voe of Gladwyne, PA, September 19, 2007; ophthalmologist; chairman, Harkness Eye Inst. and Dept. of Ophthalmology, Columbia U.; corneal and cataract surgeon; active in professional affairs.

'35 BEE—Frederick G. Miller of North Chatham, MA, October 13, 2007; retired, Honeywell Corp.; active in alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'35 BCE—Frank Wolfsheimer of Washington, DC, June 30, 2007; civil engineer; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'36 BS HE—Carolyn Drucker Goodman of New York City, August 17, 2007; assistant clinical professor emeritus of psychiatry, Albert Einstein College of Medicine; civil rights activist; mother of slain civil rights worker Andrew Goodman; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'36 BS HE, MS HE '39—Catherine Stainken Horn (Mrs. Henry E. '33) of Cambridge, MA, May 13, 2007; active in religious and alumni affairs.

'36 BS Ag—James B. McArdle Sr. of Greenwich, CT, July 25, 2007; former owner and retired chairman, McArdle Corp.; horticulturist; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'36 BA—Josephine Biddle McMeen of Huntingdon, PA, September 15, 2007; president, Joseph F. Biddle Publishing Co. and Huntingdon Broadcasters; radio interviewer; journalist; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'36 BA—Robert A. Saunders of Springfield, IL, formerly of Jacksonville, IL, August 20, 2007; fundraiser and development officer, Maine Medical Center, American Cancer Society, MacMurray College, and Cornell U.; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'37—Charles R. Beltz of Grosse Pointe, MI, January 1, 2007.

'37 BA—Irene Miller Bernstein of Harrisburg, PA, March 17, 2005.

'37 BME—Edward H. R. Blitzer of New York City, September 4, 2007; retired chairman, Lightolier; active in alumni affairs. Pi Lambda Phi.

'37 BA—Melville Shavelson of Studio City, CA, August 8, 2007; movie and television writer, director, and producer; wrote 35 screenplays; directed 18 films; president, Writers Guild of America West; author; taught at U. of Southern California; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'37 BA—Beatrice Moore Stump of Newtown, PA, September 6, 2007; operated an antique business; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Delta Gamma.

'38 BS Ag—Ray E. Deuel Jr. of Geneva, NY, September 16, 2007; pediatrician; volunteer physician for Geneva City School District. Alpha Zeta.

'38, BA '39—Harry C. House of Cincinnati, OH, September 13, 2007; mechanical design engineer; owner, Woodcraft Manufacturing Co.; veteran; active in community affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'38—Helen Harris Kronman of Palm Beach, FL, July 30, 2007; retired art dealer; active in religious affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'38 BS Ag—Rodney L. Maxwell of Boerne, TX, formerly of Ithaca, NY, January 20, 2007; retired agricultural engineer.

'38 BS HE—Julie Robb Newman (Mrs. Paul E., PhD '37) of Indianapolis, IN, August 11, 2007; active in community and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'38, BS HE '40—Elizabeth Scofield Nielsen of Salem, OR, May 26, 2006.

'38 BS Ag—Russell S. Oaks of Ithaca, NY, October 30, 2007; retired credit manager, petroleum division, Agway; active in community affairs

'38 BME—F. Perry Reynolds of Newtown Square, PA, August 30, 2007; sales representative; active in alumni affairs. Delta Phi.

'38 BME—Hobart V. Roberts Jr. of Elma, NY, March 11, 2007; retired design engineer; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Phi.

'38-39 SP Ag—Allison J. Stafford of Norfolk, VA, August 8, 2007; field director, American Red Cross; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'39 MS, PhD '47—MacLean J. Babcock of New Brunswick, NJ, August 16, 2007; professor of biochemistry, Rutgers U.; former instructor, Northwestern U.; originator, Raritan River Festival; veteran.

'39 BA—Robert G. Brown of Mayfield, NY, November 26, 2005; retired president, Spray Nine Corp.; asst. technical director, Mohawk Carpet Mills; helped develop synthetic rubber in World War II; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'39—Francis P. Carozza of Jupiter, FL, April 19, 2007. Wife, Evelyn (Petzold) '35.

'39 BEE—Nelson W. Edgerton of Boca Raton, FL, May 2, 2007; electrical engineer. Seal & Serpent.

'39 BA—C. Rex Morgan of Bonita Springs, FL, January 28, 2007.

'39—Robert T. Reid of Green Valley, AZ, October 21, 2006; architect for Washington, DC, and Atlanta subway systems, Fermi Accelerator Lab, and Oak Ridge Tennessee projects; active in professional affairs. Acacia.

'39—Jacqueline Hecht White of Pittsburgh, PA, August 25, 2006. Sigma Delta Tau.

'40 BME—Charles S. Bowen of Binghamton, NY, October 7, 2007; retired owner, Concrete Block Co. Psi Upsilon.

'40 BA—Ruth Howell Davis of Ithaca, NY, October 31, 2007; archeologist; Peace Corps volunteer; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'40 BS Ag—John C. Dwyer of Manlius, NY, June 16, 2007.

'40—Charles C. Maynard of Beverly Hills, MI, April 13, 2007; worked for Detroit Diesel. Kappa Delta Rho.

'40 BS Ag—Sylvania Furey Miller of Freeville, NY, October 7, 2007; nurse and night supervisor, Tompkins County Hospital; also worked for Aramco; active in professional and religious affairs.

'40, BS Ag '42—Harold B. Spofford of Amesbury, MA, July 16, 2007; traveling salesman. Acacia.

'40 BS HE—Amelia O'Brien Swanwick of Roanoke, VA, August 26, 2007; secular Franciscan; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Chi Omega.

'41 PhD—Louis J. Edgerton of Ithaca, NY, July 26, 2007; professor emeritus and chairman, Dept. of Pomology, Cornell U.; author; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'41 PhD—Stewart M. Johnson of Storrs, CT, October 18, 2007; professor of agricultural economics, U. of Connecticut; also taught at U. of Wisconsin, U. of Vermont, and Cornell U.; active in professional affairs.

'41—Marcia Doris Kartzman of Scottsdale, AZ, October 19, 2007.

'41 MA—Senatro D. LaBella of Utica, NY, March 5, 2007; director, secondary education, Utica school district; English teacher; asst. principal; helped to develop Italian-American studies at Utica College; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'41 LLB—Robert D. W. Landon of Naples, FL, formerly of Vestal, NY, October 26, 2007; chief legal counsel, IBM; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'41 MA—Henry S. Leff of San Francisco, CA, August 12, 2007; professor of broadcasting, City College of San Francisco; actor in TV, films, and radio; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'41 BME—Jean P. Leinroth Jr. of Wilton, CT, July 19, 2007; engineer; former professor, Cornell U.; visiting professor, MIT; consultant; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs. Chi Psi.

'41-42 SP Ag—Edward Mason of Rock Hill, NY, January 1, 2006; pioneer in manufactured housing industry.

'41 BS Ag—Ann Wallace McKendry of Lacey, WA, September 25, 2007; active in alumni affairs.

'41 BA—Josephine E. Powell of Istanbul, Turkey, January 19, 2007; expert on Turkish kilims; helped to establish the DOBAG Project, Turkish women's carpet-making cooperative; ethnographer of nomadic life; photographer; social worker, Int'l Refugee Organization; worked with displaced peoples; active in professional affairs.

'41 BS HE—Jeanne Perkins Quinn of Tallahassee, FL, July 12, 2007; teacher; painter; photographer.

'42 BA—John J. Barnhardt Jr. of Charlotte, NC, July 19, 2007; retired marketing manager and research chemist, DuPont; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'42 BA—Charles C. Dugan of West Palm Beach, FL, July 22, 2007; retired dermatologist and allergist; veteran. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'42, B Chem E '43—Robert T. Edmunds of Norwich, CT, April 21, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'42 BA, PhD '48—Robert L. Ehrenfeld of New York City, October 6, 2007; president, Halocarbon Products Corp.; chemist, Manhattan Project; active in alumni affairs.

'42 BA—Morris J. Feil of Boynton Beach, FL, formerly of Westbury, NY, October 6, 2007; VP for a paper converter; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'42 BS Ag—Robert C. Forsythe of Vernon Center, NY, July 27, 2007; retired manager, Metropolitan Milk Producers Bargaining Agency; town and village justice; extension agent; high school teacher; salesman, Triad Tractor and Equipment; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'42 BME—Richard A. Graham of Royal Oak, MD, September 24, 2007; equal rights leader; helped to found the Nat'l Organization for Women; director, Center for Moral Development, Harvard U.; asst. secretary, Council for Research in Values and Philosophy; president, Goddard College; original member, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; first director, Nat'l Teacher Corps; deputy asst. to Sargent Shiver, Peace Corps; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'42 BA—Frederick W. Jaqua of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, July 19, 2007; retired attorney. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'42 PhD—Robert R. Luckey of Houghton, NY, October 25, 2007; college administrator, Houghton College; active in community affairs.

'42 MD—Thomas E. Mosher of Ithaca, NY, July 26, 2007; pediatrician; emergency room physician, Tompkins County Hospital; medical director, Oak Hill Manor and Ithacare; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'42, DVM '43—Andre Moul Ross (Mrs. Donald G. '41) of Stone Ridge, NY, July 12, 2006; veterinarian; playwright; poet; columnist; active in community affairs.

'42 BA, PhD '57—Edward C. Sampson of Easthampton, MA, August 4, 2007; professor of American and English literature, SUNY Oneonta; also taught at Clarkson College of Technology and U. of Punjab; veteran; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'42 PhD—Patricia Cain Smith of Bowling Green, OH, October 28, 2007; consultant in industrial psychology, Smith McCreery; taught at Cornell U.

'43 DVM—Milford E. Becker of Altamont, NY, August 4, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'43, BArch '46, MRP '48—Richard L. Brown of Denver, CO, July 5, 2007; urban planner; principal planner, Colorado State Division of Planning; veteran.

'43 DVM—Erwin A. Conklin of Gouverneur, NY, August 6, 2007; USDA animal and plant health inspector; veterinarian; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Psi.

'43—Edward H. Cumpston of Naples, FL, August 29, 2007; inventor, paper pulp refining industry; veteran. Delta Upsilon.

'43—Karl M. Droge of Rutland, VT, August 20, 2007; owner, Karl Droge Ice Cream; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'43 BA—Harold L. Herman of Philadelphia, PA, September 5, 2007. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'43 BA—Sallie Atlas Hewett (Mrs. Robert W. '42) of White Plains, NY, September 2, 2007; fifth grade teacher; author. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'43 DVM—John J. Huckle of Earlysville, VA, April 18, 2006; veterinarian. Wife, Jacquelyn (Norris) '44.

'43, BS Hotel '46—Donald E. Kastner of Dorset, VT, September 14, 2007; restaurateur; owner, Christopher Ryder House; theatrical producer; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'43—Morris Kross of Ellenville, NY, June 29, 2006; owner, Kross Farms; active in civic and community affairs.

'43, BS Ag '45—Mitchell Kurman of Seattle, WA, formerly of Westport, CT, October 1, 2007; lobbyist for summer camp safety; furniture salesman; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Wife, Betty (Reiner) '45.

'43 DVM—Lionel W. Lindsey of Ft. Myers Beach, FL, September 13, 2007. Wife, Helen (Patterson) '43.

'43—Thomas S. McEwan Jr. of Potomac, MD, August 14, 2007; engineer; active in alumni affairs. Delta Chi.

'43 BME—William H. Morewood of Langhorne, PA, August 6, 2007. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'43—Richard S. Ober of Palo Alto, CA, December 25, 2005. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'43 BS Ag—Robert M. Osmun of La Plume, PA, February 4, 2007.

'43, BME '48—Waldemar Pabo of Hilton, NY, July 13, 2007; retired supervisor, Kodak. Wife, Shirley (Ogren) '48.

'43 BS Ag—Helen Cookingham Turner of Circle Pines, MN, April 30, 2007; retired librarian.

'43 BS HE—Eloise Clor Turrel of Overland Park, KS, August 4, 2007; operated Turrel's Tree Farm; worked in home economics extension; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Husband, John D. Turrel Jr. '43.

'44 DVM—Edwin P. Clement of Newark Valley, NY, September 26, 2007; retired veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'44—Robert J. Clines of Ithaca, NY, September 1, 2007; retired salesman; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'44, BS Ag '54—Gerald Estelle of Cortland, NY, September 9, 2007; retired research station manager, Cornell U.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'44, BA '47, MA '50—William E. Felver Jr. of Isle of Bute, Scotland, February 3, 2007; organist; choirmaster; active in alumni affairs.

'44—Jeanne Minier George of Baton Rouge, LA, October 11, 2007; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'44—Richard C. Grabow of Roslyn, NY, October 2, 2007; retired attorney; active in community and alumni affairs. Wife, Nancy (Eisenberg) '55.

'44, DVM '45—William J. Haifleigh of Valley Falls, NY, September 6, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in community affairs.

'44, BA '46—Joseph Hofheimer of Scarsdale, NY, September 10, 2007; president and owner, Richard Bauer and Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'44 BA, MD '47—Marvin L. Huyck of Walton, NY, August 18, 2007; cardiologist and primary care physician; veteran; medical advisor, Delaware County Visiting Nurses; public health officer; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'44, BA '47—Richard E. Lindemann of Chicago, IL, September 4, 2006. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'44 MS—Frederic C. Merriam of Peabody, MA, November 11, 2006; senior organic chemistry researcher, United Shoe Machinery; active in civic and community affairs.

'44—Wilfred L. Raynor Jr. of Warwick, NY, May 29, 2007; owner, Raynor Market; part-owner, Raynor Realty; veteran; musician; active in community affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'44 BME—Frederic P. Schwieg Jr. of Ormond Beach, FL, May 29, 2007; retired mechanical engineer.

'44—Mildred Austin Silliman of Sidney, NY, April 6, 2007; sales representative; active in community affairs.

'44 BA—Jesse G. Silverman Jr. of Roslyn Heights, NY, August 31, 2007; attorney; active in alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'45, BA '47—Robert N. Adair Jr. of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 14, 2007; president, Zorayda Oil Co. Ltd.; active in alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'45, BEE '44—Prentice Cushing Jr. of Virginia Beach, VA, September 29, 2007; president, G. K. Heller Corp.; consultant, electrical eng'g forensics; worked with the Fire Dept. of NYC; former class correspondent; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'45 LLB—Harry Hazelwood Jr. of Newark, NJ, September 20, 2007; retired Superior Court judge; attorney; assistant prosecutor, Essex County, NJ; former president, Newark NAACP; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'45 B Chem E—Dixon B. Hoyle of Gainesville, VA, October 18, 2007; nuclear energy specialist, Atomic Energy Commission; director, Office of Nuclear Export and Import Control, US State Dept.; director, int'l nuclear energy affairs, Westinghouse; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'45, BS Ag '46—George G. Judd of Waterville, OH, September 2, 2007; chemist, Martin Marietta, Woodville Lime and Chemical, and Ohio Lime Co.; veteran. Seal & Serpent.

'45 BA—Joan L. Kainen (Mrs. Seymour A. '42) of New York City, October 24, 2007.

'45—Jacob Lawrence of Lincoln, MA, May 16, 2007; veterinarian; active in civic and community affairs.

'45 PhD—William F. Mai of Ithaca, NY, August 15, 2007; professor of plant pathology, Cornell U.; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'45 MEE, PhD '56—Raj P. Misra of West Caldwell, NJ, August 4, 2007; professor emeritus, New Jersey Inst. of Technology; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'45, BA '47—Egon Neuberger of New York City, October 13, 2007; professor emeritus of economics, SUNY Stony Brook; economist, RAND Corp.; veteran.

'45 BA—Norma Hajek Nichols of Prairie Village, KS, February 27, 2007; director, Special Education Gifted program, Emporia State U.; former professor, U. of Iowa and the Medical College of Virginia; active in community and professional affairs.

'45, BS Ag '50—Michael Phillips Jr. of Skaneateles, NY, July 6, 2007; worked for Marsellus Casket Co.

'45, BA '44—Jean Van Graafeiland Schading of Boone, NC, July 20, 2007. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'45, BA '47—Albert Siegel of Troy, MI, August 3, 2007; professor emeritus, Wayne State U.; raspberry farmer; accountant. Wife, Betty (Knack) '46.

'45—Grace Smith St. Onge of Enfield, CT, June 5, 2006; school teacher; artist; environmentalist; active in community affairs.

'46 BS HE—Mildred Marks Barr of Ft. Myers, FL, September 27, 2007; Head Start teacher. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'46 BA—Mary McCullough Brayer of Rochester, NY, August 29, 2007. Delta Gamma.

'46 JD—Rae A. Clark of Rochester, NY, July 29, 2007; attorney; active in community affairs.

'46 BME—Warren B. Dean of Lusby, MD, September 9, 2007; stockbroker; electrical engineer, General Electric; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'46, BS HE '45—Emily Briggs Hendrickson (Mrs. John C. '45) of Valley Stream, NY, February 26, 2007; active in community and alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'46-47 GR—Eli Jamgochian of Windsor, NY, May 14, 2007; insurance salesman; veteran; active in community affairs.

'46, BS HE '45—Dorothy Kent Kern of Deerfield, IL, August 20, 2007; chemist, Lever Brothers; Gold Life Master in duplicate bridge. Kappa Delta.

'46 BA—Betty Knack Siegel (Mrs. Albert '45) of Troy, MI, October 23, 2007; school psychologist; active in community affairs.

'46—Donald F. Sullivan of Fairfax, VA, August 29, 2007; executive director, Washington office of the Nat'l Conference of Christians and Jews; created Urban Partnerships; veteran; worked for the CIA and the US Information Agency; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'47 BA—John E. Bratten of Ft. Worth, TX, June 14, 2007; general manager, Cummins Lighting Center; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'47 MCE—Jackson L. Durkee of Bethlehem, PA, June 14, 2007; chief bridge engineer, Bethlehem Steel; international consultant; taught at Cornell U.; test engineer, Douglas Aircraft; veteran; author; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'47 BS Nurs—Ruth L. Keats of Indianapolis, IN, August 1, 2007.

'47 BME—Seymour B. Rock of Sunnyvale, CA, December 7, 2006; retired nuclear engineer, General Electric; veteran.

'47 BS HE—Barbara Hume Steele of Albany, NY, March 11, 2007; former kindergarten teacher. Delta Delta Delta.

'47—Richard H. Turrell of Tequesta, FL, August 22, 2007; retired senior VP, Fiduciary Trust Co. Int'l; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'47 BA—Freda Katz Wein of New York City, September 29, 2007; advertising executive; former senior VP, Calvillo, Shevack and Partners; active in community affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'48 BS ILR—John C. Agathon of Charlotte, NC, July 10, 2007; retired executive consultant; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'48 BA—Frederick E. Balderston of Berkeley, CA, October 18, 2007; professor emeritus, UC Berkeley, Haas School of Business; California state savings and loan commissioner; ambulance driver, American Field Service; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'48, BArch '49—Alberta Cassell-Butler of Washington, DC, October 24, 2007; retired Naval architect; active in professional affairs.

'48 BA, LLB '52—Donald E. Claudy of Greenwich, CT, September 20, 2007; attorney; senior counsel, Standard Oil of New Jersey; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'48 JD—Russell E. Denbow of Fayetteville, NY, September 7, 2007; retired attorney, USF&G; veteran; active in community affairs.

'48 JD—Richard P. Donovan of Essex, CT, October 7, 2007; attorney; senior partner, Sullivan Donovan; former asst. US attorney, Southern District of NY; former staff attorney, SEC; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'48 BS Ag—Selma Kaplan Gitterman of Cranford, NJ, August 9, 2006; career counselor, Keene U.; biology teacher, Upsala College; counselor, Thomas Edison College; active in religious affairs.

'48 PhD—Edgar A. Hyer of Salt Lake City, UT, September 10, 2007; agricultural economist; professor, Cal Poly U., San Luis Obispo; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48 PhD—Hugh C. Kirkpatrick of Mukilteo, WA, September 20, 2007; superintendent, USDA Fruit and Nut Experiment Station; pioneer in the isolation of plant viruses; veteran.

'48 BA—Caroline Kramer Neu of Stamford, CT, August 5, 2007; homemaker; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'48—Arthur F. Rice of Exeter, NH, October 23, 2007; president, Plywood Technology; former VP, Shepard & Morse Lumber Co.; veteran; active in religious affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'48 BS ILR, LLB '50—Frank E. Rosenfelt of Los Angeles, CA, August 2, 2007; president and CEO, MGM; acquired rights to Doctor Zhivago; produced Network and 2001: A Space Odyssey; helped the studio expand into hotels and casinos; also worked at RKO Radio Pictures; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'48 BME—Porter G. Stevens of Mount Pleasant, SC, February 26, 2007; engineer.

'48 PhD—Earl L. Stone Jr. of Gainesville, FL, July 23, 2007; professor of forest soils, Cornell U.; adjunct professor of forest soils, U. of Florida; veteran; editor, Forest Science; author; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Andrew Baran of Palmyra, NY, October 4, 2007; retired from Abram Cleason Co.; veteran; active in civic affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho. Wife, Evelyn (Cleason) '48.

'49 MS—Arthur R. Collier of Auburn, NY, September 10, 2007; biology professor, Cayuga Community College; chemist, NY State Agricultural Experiment Station; active in community affairs.

'49 BA—George J. Gilkey of Mobile, AL, May 10, 2007.

'49 LLB—John S. Gilman of Rochester, NY, August 20, 2007; attorney; veteran; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'49 BA, JD '51—Joseph B. Goldman of Boynton Beach, FL, April 12, 2007; former NY State Acting Commissioner of Housing; retired civil judge; asst. corporation counsel, City of New York; active in civic and professional affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'49 BA—Richard E. Gryska of Elmira, NY, November 4, 2007; worked for Chemung County Waste Water; veteran; active in community affairs.

'49 BA—Marilyn Marple Ludeker of Snellville, GA, May 12, 2007. Kappa Delta.

'49—Sarah Nichols Perkins (Mrs. John M. '50) of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, December 2, 2006.

'49 BA—Philip F. Searle of Naples, FL, June 13, 2007; chairman, SunBanks; former chair and CEO, Flagship Banks; member, advisory council, board of governors, Federal Reserve System; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'49 BS HE—Elizabeth Weaver Werner of Rantoul, IL, March 28, 2007; kindergarten teacher; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Delta. Husband, Rodger B. Werner, GR '45-46.

'49 BA, MA '50—David H. Williams of Silver Spring, MD, August 7, 2007; senior analyst, Nat'l Security Agency; veteran. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'50 BS ILR—Robert J. Ames Jr. of Sebring, FL, August 29, 2007; retired owner, Ames Chevrolet; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'50 MS Aero, PhD '52—Hsien Kei Cheng of Los Angeles, CA, July 11, 2007; professor emeritus, U. of Southern California.

'50 BS Ag—William H. Hannell of Albany, NY, October 13, 2007; florist; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'50 BA—James R. Kennedy of Richmond, IN, October 19, 2007; reference librarian, Earlham College; tennis coach; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'50 PhD—Duncan MacIntyre of Ithaca, NY, July 24, 2007; professor of labor economics, Cornell U.; veteran; author; former director, Cornell Daily Sun; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'50 PhD—Thomas B. Marshall of Chadds Ford, PA, September 16, 2007; retired research chemist, DuPont Co.; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'50 BS Ag—Wallace W. McDougall of Celina, WI, September 5, 2007; manager of product safety, AVCO New Idea; consultant; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'50 BS Ag—Joseph R. O'Brien Jr. of Tulsa, OK, October 11, 2007; product mgr., Firestops; veteran.

'50 BS Ag—Albert C. Raymond of Albion, NY, July 24, 2007; president, Hill-Raymond Insurance Agency; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'50 BS Ag—Frederick W. Rice of Grand Island, NY, July 11, 2007; retired district manager, Central Petroleum.

'50 BS Ag—Edward L. Terbush of Green Valley, AZ, September 12, 2007; family physician.

'50 BArch—Walter B. Van Gelder of San Rafael, CA, May 12, 2006; architect.

'51 PhD—Arthur E. Adams of Columbus, OH, August 6, 2007; professor emeritus of history, associate provost, and dean of humanities, Ohio State U.; associate director, Radio Free Europe; professor of history, Michigan State U.; veteran; author; active in professional affairs.

'51 BS Ag, MS Ag '53—Walter Barth of San Antonio, TX, November 2, 2007; developed the San Antonio Rose; expert on bees; restaurateur; general manager, A. I. Root Candle Co. and AIRCO Wine Co.; veteran; author; editor; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 PhD—Harold R. Cushman of Ithaca, NY, July 28, 2007; professor emeritus of agricultural education, Cornell U.; veteran; former professor, U. of Vermont; founder, agricultural education dept., U. of the South Pacific; active in professional affairs.

'51 BS Ag, MS Ag '55—Frank M. Grasberger of Annandale, VA, May 22, 2007; attorney; veteran; active in community affairs.

'51 MEd—Erma Turner Halbert of Sidney, NY, April 21, 2007; chairperson, science dept., Sidney High School; active in community and religious affairs.

'51 MS, PhD '53—Steven C. King of Bainbridge, GA, October 26, 2007; author; veteran; pilot. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'51 BS Ag—Robert H. Moll of Raleigh, NC, September 19, 2007; professor emeritus of genetics and horticultural science, North Carolina State U.; veteran.

'51 BA, MBA '56—Robert J. Moore of Needham, MA, November 2, 2007; financial executive, IBM and Xerox; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'51 PhD—Roderick A. Mundy of Charlottesville, VA, August 30, 2007; chemist, Sterling Drug; veteran.

'51 BA, LLB '54—Dolores Chernow Orey (Mrs. Steven '49, PhD '53) of St. Paul, MN, March 12, 2007; retired judge, Hennepin County; attorney, Minneapolis Legal Aid; active in civic and community affairs.

'51 PhD—Everett D. Palmatier of Burlington, NC, September 14, 2007; chair and professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; vice chancellor, advanced studies and research; NASA researcher; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'51 BS Ag—James E. Rice of Fairport, NY, October 13, 2007; professor emeritus, Rochester Inst. of Technology; former executive, Eastman Kodak; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'51 BS Hotel—Kenneth Sexton of Leesburg, FL, November 11, 2006; food service manager, Sambos Restaurant; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'51 BEE—William J. Thayer of Ithaca, NY, July 14, 2007; engineer; active in community and alumni affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Wife, Marjory (Lyones) '51.

'51 BA—Rev. Arthur M. Tingue of Waldoboro, ME, July 22, 2007; retired marriage counselor; farmer; active in religious affairs. Watermargin.

'51 MS—Madelon Grimm Wehner of Mahwah, NJ, formerly of Franklin Lakes, NJ, May 18, 2007; worked for Ciba-Geigy; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'52 BS Nurs—Ilene Wohlberg Baumgardner of Cleveland Heights, OH, July 25, 2006; nurse.

'52 DVM—Peter J. DePuy of Fairport, NY, July 27, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Psi.

'52 LLB—Herbert M. Diamond of Binghamton, NY, March 3, 2007; consultant, Salomon Smith Barney. Wife, Elinor (Behrman) '50.

'52—William J. Frankfort of Fleetwood, PA, January 26, 2005; electrical engineer, AT&T, Western Electric, and Bell Labs.

'52 BA—Beatrice Degara Glanz of Riverside, CA, January 17, 2006.

'52—Charles W. Johnson of Granada Hills, CA, May 28, 2006; worked for Lockheed; veteran.

'52 BS Ag—Gerald E. Lull of Oneonta, NY, March 30, 2006; dairy farmer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'52 MA—Frances Anthony Ramin (Mrs. Richard M. '51) of Ithaca, NY, August 17, 2007; board member, Family & Children's Services of Ithaca; former president, Friends of the Library; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'52, BA '55—Samuel K. Wait of Chesterfield, MO, September 6, 2007; president and COO, Vestal Laboratories; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi. Wife, Beverly (MacNamara) '55.

'53, BEE '54—George H. Ashley of Weston, MA, September 9, 2007; electrical engineer; worked for Mei Technology, Raytheon, and MIT Lincoln Lab; active in community and religious affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'53 LLB—Gordon B. Baldwin of Madison, WI, October 15, 2006; emeritus professor of law, U. of Wisconsin, Madison.

'53 BS Ag—Grayson R. Bowers of Taneytown, MD, October 13, 2007; supervisor, NASDA. Phi Gamma Delta.

'53 BA—Robert C. Busser of Stuart, FL, July 16, 2007; aeronautical engineer. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'53 BS Ag—Barbara Stewart Chislow of Sanborn, NY, October 22, 2005.

'53 BA—Harold Fishman of Los Angeles, CA, August 7, 2007; broadcast journalist; longtime news anchor, KTLA-TV; former asst. professor of political science, Cal State U., Los Angeles; pilot; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'53—Edwin R. D. Fox II of Winthrop, ME, May 12, 2006; partner, Dean Witter & Co.; veteran. Kappa Alpha.

'53—Louis Ingrassia of Middletown, NY, October 6, 2007; co-owner, Ingrassia and LaScala Produce Farms; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'53, BME '54—Thomas J. Little Jr. of Lyme, NH, June 16, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'53 LLB—Harold S. Lynch of Middlebury, CT, September 6, 2007; state management arbitrator, Labor Relations Div., Connecticut Dept. of Labor; also worked for Uniroyal Chemical; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Barbara (Harrington), MEd '54.

'53 JD—C. Donald O'Connor of Grand Island, NY, September 28, 2007; asst. US attorney, Western District of NY; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'53, BS Ag '54—Glen B. Ostrander of Myrtle Beach, SC, October 6, 2007; co-owner, Taylor-Ostrander Manufacturers' Representatives; veteran. Phi Sigma Kappa. Wife, Marily (Gall) '53.

'53—George A. Rolleston of Blue Hill, ME, February 20, 2007. Kappa Delta Rho.

'53, BArch '54—James P. Rourke of Chambersburg, PA, August 7, 2006; commercial printer. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'53 DVM—George W. Sumner Jr. of Enosburg Falls, VT, October 31, 2006; veterinarian; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'53 BFA—Bailey Walbridge of Branford, CT, October 3, 2007; manager, life insurance sales communications, Phoenix Mutual; race car driver; helped develop the Phoenix sports car; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'53 BS Ag, PhD '57—John W. Wysong of College Park, MD, April 1, 2006; professor, school of agricultural and resource economics, U. of Maryland; active in alumni affairs.

'54 PhD—Hamilton Barhydt of Henderson, NV, August 12, 2007.

'54 MS—Walter A. Bundy of North Greenbush, NY, August 30, 2007; civil engineer, NYS Dept. of Health and NYS Environmental Conservation; veteran.

'54, BEE '58, MEE '60—Robert J. Butwell of Dallas, TX, formerly of Palo Alto, CA, March 24, 2007; founder, Altair; also worked for Varian Assocs.; veteran; mathematics teacher; real estate developer; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'54 BA—Michael J. D'Errico of Frankfort, IL, August 6, 2005.

'54 BS Ag—Herbert H. Hatfield of Newfield, NY, April 8, 2005; research assistant, Vegetable Crops, Cornell U.

'54 LLB—Donald K. Iwai of Honolulu, HI, October 21, 2005.

'54 PhD—Marjorie M. Knoll of State College, PA, September 6, 2007; professor emeritus, Health and Human Development, Penn State U.; instructor, Michigan State U.; elementary school teacher; author; active in professional affairs.

'54—Patricia Wible Kraft of Moorestown, NJ, August 25, 2007. Chi Omega.

'54 BS ILR—Henry C. La Paro of Jersey City, NJ, July 20, 2007; consultant.

'54—David H. Olson of Portland, OR, May 21, 2007; investment banker; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'54 MS Ag—William W. Stopper of Sun City West, AZ, formerly of Alfred, NY, October 3, 2007; dean, college of agriculture, Alfred State College; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'54—Joyce Guthrie Von Schmid of New Cumberland, PA, formerly of Kent, CT, August 17, 2007; ballet dancer; owner, Kent Ballet School; director of consumer services, ARC; active in civic and community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'55 MS—G. David Blanpied of Chestertown, MD, November 4, 2007; professor.

'55 BS Ag—John A. Blaser III of Sarasota, CA, September 22, 2007; owner, Blaser's Nurseries; horticulturist; landscape architect; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'55 LLB—Samuel J. Castellino of Elmira, NY, October 30, 2005; judge, New York State Supreme Court; attorney; public defender; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Wife, Katherine (Lagonegro) '54.

'55, BME '57—John H. Culver of Punta Gorda, FL, September 30, 2007; mechanical engineer; owner, family metal-finishing business; veteran; active in community affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'55 MD—Kemp B. Doersch of Carmichael, CA, August 24, 2007; surgeon; clinical professor of general surgery, UC Davis Medical School; chief of surgery, Sutter Community Hospitals; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'55 BS Hotel—Carl E. Fuchs of Trenton, NJ, August 7, 2007; hotelier and restaurant owner; interior designer; landscaper; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'55—Lawrence M. Holland of Cary, NC, July 21, 2007; computer programmer; systems analyst; teacher; veteran; active in community affairs.

'55, BEE '56—Ronald E. Jorasch of Los Altos Hills, CA, April 26, 2007; satellite engineer, Ford Aerospace; founder, Kemco and CrystaComm; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'55 BA—Marjorie Dretel Loory of Washington, DC, November 4, 2007; reading specialist; tutor; former elementary school teacher; active in alumni affairs.

'55 BA—Mary Monforte Myers of Mechanicsburg, PA, formerly of Sheperdstown and Camp Hill, PA, October 3, 2007; equal rights activist; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Husband, Robert D. Myers '54.

'55 BS Ag, MEd '57—Robert H. Simkin of Poplar Ridge, NY, October 31, 2007; retired geology teacher, Cayuga Community College; also taught high school science; farmer; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'55 PhD—Harold J. Steffen of Venice, FL, formerly of East Aurora, NY, October 7, 2007; professor and director, communications dept., Buffalo State U.; veteran.

'56 BFA—Barbara M. Erdman of Santa Fe, NM, September 1, 2007; painter; photographer; author; active in civic and professional affairs.

'56 BA—David R. Holmes of Alexandria, VA, October 9, 2007; retired lieutenant colonel, US Army; active in community affairs. Wife, Marian (Chazeau) '59.

'56 BS Hotel—Marilyn Thomas Kennedy of Milwaukee, WI, August 13, 2007; operated Lyn Kennedy's Gourmet Shop; active in community and alumni affairs. Husband, Donald S. Kennedy '55.

'56 BS ILR—Oscar M. Mackour of Scottsdale, AZ, formerly of Washington, DC, July 23, 2007; international economist, US Treasury Dept.; veteran; active in professional affairs. Water-margin. Wife, Fern (Wurman) '56.

'56 BS Hotel—William McKinley of Port Ludlow, WA, July 5, 2007; founder and professor, sales program, U. of Washington Business School; co-founder, WMI; also worked at Xerox; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Chi Phi.

'56 BS ILR—Richard H. Meltzer of Pawling, NY, August 24, 2005; former senior VP, Revlon Cosmetics.

'56 BS HE—Barbara Gross Thomas of Visalia, CA, July 28, 2007; retired counselor, Bakersfield College.

'56-58 SP Ag—Christian F. Thomsen of Bloomville, NY, July 10, 2007; retired from Electron Coil; foreman, Norwich Shoe; active in community and religious affairs.

'57 BS HE—Louise Meliere Brummer of Van Nuys, CA, August 11, 2007; artist; photographer; author; active in artistic affairs.

'57, B Chem E '58—William D. Forgeng Jr. of Vancouver, WA, formerly of San Luis Obispo, CA, July 30, 2007; retired professor, California Polytechnic State U. Wife, Maureen (Crough) '57.

'57 PhD—James H. Gibson of Loveland, CO, formerly of Fort Collins, CO, October 10, 2007; retired, Colorado State U.

'57, BArch '58—Richard A. Gryziec of Mill Valley, CA, November 29, 2006; architect. Tau Beta Phi.

'57, BCE '58—William F. Hardt of Palm Desert, CA, October 4, 2007; civil engineer; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'57 DVM—Wesley E. Linquist of Charlestown, NH, July 9, 2007; veterinarian; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'57—Williams S. Martin III of Washington, DC, August 23, 2007; retired Army lieutenant colonel; combat officer; worked on the ballistic missile defense program; owner, Automation Management; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Delta Phi.

'57 BA—David A. Newburge of New York City, August 14, 2007.

'57 BA—Elaine Ryan Phillips of Sarasota, FL, formerly of Somerset, NJ, August 15, 2007; practice manager, New Brunswick Cardiology; active in community affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Albert J. Phillips '57.

'57 MD—E. Thomas Steadman of New York City, August 1, 2007; retired gynecologist; clinical professor of obstetrics and gynecology, New York Hospital; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'57, B Chem E '58—Douglas C. Yearley of Osterville, MA, October 7, 2007; former chairman and CEO, Phelps Dodge; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Delta Phi. Wife, Anne (Dunbar) '60.

'58 BS Ag—Donald C. Crosier of Geneva, NY, March 29, 2007; worked for New York State Agricultural Experiment Station; veteran; worked for D'Amico Chrysler Plymouth Dodge; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'58, BCE '60—James J. Harrison Jr. of Baltimore, MD, September 18, 2007; VP and CFO, McCormick & Co.; attorney; active in professional and alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'58 MBA—Kenneth W. Reddin of Williamsburg, VA, formerly of River Vale, NJ, September 8, 2007; professor emeritus, St. Thomas Aquinas College; veteran.

'58-59 GR—Peter P. Severson of Belvedere, CA, January 3, 2006; attorney.

'58 BA—L. William Stevens Jr. of Springboro, OH, formerly of Battle Creek, MI, April 4, 2007; retired sales manager; active in community affairs. Sigma Chi.

'58 MBA—Robert W. Warren of Rochester, NY, July 29, 2007; retired US Naval officer; active in civic and community affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'59 BS HE—Janet Voegele Bezila of Rochester, NY, July 24, 2007; peace and anti-abortion activist; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'59, BA '61, MBA '67—Morton B. Hutchins of Midlothian, VA, August 6, 2007; banker, Chase Manhattan Bank; veteran; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'59 MPA, JD '60—Allen E. McAllester of Canton, NY, July 4, 2007; attorney; served in the Antitrust Div., Dept. of Justice; active in community and professional affairs.

'59, BArch '60, MArch '62—Charles F. Rogers III of Gloucester, MA, August 13, 2007; architect; partner, Perry Dean Rogers; designer, Wellesley Science Center; active in community and professional affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'60 LLB—Ronald G. Benkert of Anchorage, AK, June 1, 2005; attorney; represented Alaska Natives and Alyeska Pipeline Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'60 MNS, PhD '63—Ronald A. Butow of Dallas, TX, August 8, 2007; professor and chair of molecular biology, UT Southwestern Medical Center; expert on mitochondrial DNA; active in professional affairs.

'60 BA, MA '61—Dorothy Eckert Grannis of South Portland, ME, July 6, 2006; small business owner; computer programmer, METLAND research project; high school English teacher; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'60, BA '61—Jay S. Harris of New York City, September 24, 2007; entertainment attorney; Tony Award-winning producer; host of "One Great Song" radio show; founder, Weissberger Theater Group; active in professional affairs. Zeta Beta Tau.

'60 MRP—Kenneth R. Millard of North Salt Lake, UT, February 20, 2007; architect and city planner; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'60—Charles T. Reilly of Barrington, RI, August 14, 2005; president, Charles T. Reilly & Assocs.; director of risk management, Cookson America; former chair, Rhode Island Democratic State Committee; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'61 BA—Lawrence H. Fink of Sarasota, FL, August 17, 2007; neurosurgeon; medical director, Doctors Hospital; veteran; asst. chief of neurosurgery and director of neurological research and education, Bethesda Naval Hospital; author; active in professional affairs.

'61 BS HE—Nancy Wickner Kogan of Bethesda, MD, April 25, 2007. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'61-62 GR—Geraldine Clarke Ryan of Drexel Hill, PA, formerly of Ithaca, NY, July 22, 2007; English Dept. chair, Ithaca High School; active in religious affairs.

'62 PhD—John P. Delvaille of Montague, MA, October 29, 2005; retired physicist, MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

'62—Miriam Lockspeiser Felton of Edgewater, FL, September 1, 2006. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'62 BA—Susan J. Kaufman of Houston, TX, formerly of Vienna, VA, October 7, 2007; software engineer; mathematics teacher.

'62 MD—Gary Korenman of New York City, September 14, 2007; neurologist; active in religious affairs.

'62 PhD—Gordon R. Nielsen of Hinesburg, VT, August 25, 2007; entomologist, U. of Vermont; active in community and professional affairs.

'62 MST—Lloyd D. Remington of Manhattan, KS, formerly of Asheville, NC, July 28, 2007; chemistry professor, U. of North Carolina at Asheville and St. Petersburg College; active in religious affairs.

'62—Michael D. Shagan of New York City, July 22, 2007; a founder of New York City Off-Track Betting; worked in horseracing.

'62—H. Clement Steyer Jr. of Cumming, GA, May 18, 2007.

'62 MD—Dale L. Taylor of Winter Haven, FL, September 17, 2007; ob/gyn, Watson Clinic; active in community and professional affairs.

'63 BS HE—Patricia Podolec Fontecchio of Middletown, NJ, July 19, 2007; high school teacher; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Omega. Husband, Dominick V. Fontecchio '59.

'63 PhD—John M. Hickman of Cedar Rapids, IA, October 7, 2007; anthropologist; missionary; worked in social services, State of Wisconsin; human rights advocate; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'63 BA—Edith Osborne Kochenour of Salt Lake City, UT, July 25, 2007; director of learning enhancement programs and coordinator of consultation and outreach services, U. of Utah; author; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Husband, Neil K. Kochenour '63, MD '69.

'63 BA—Robert I. Pack of Bethesda, MD, June 20, 2007; author. Tau Delta Phi.

'63 BS HE—Elizabeth Bach Peters of Wilmington, DE, April 17, 2007. Kappa Delta. Husband, John T. Peters, DVM '62.

'63 LLB—Donald P. Sharkey of Mountainside, CA, April 7, 2007; attorney; active in alumni affairs.

'64-65 GR—Bonnie Katlan Lustigman of Hillsdale, NJ, September 2, 2007; professor and chair of microbiology, Montclair State U; researcher. Husband, Sheldon Lustigman, JD '65.

'64 MA—Gail Guthrie Valaskakis of Ottawa, Ontario, formerly of Montreal, Quebec, July 19, 2007; director of research, Aboriginal Healing Foundation; dean of arts and sciences, Concordia U.; co-founder, Montreal Native Friendship Centre and Manitou College; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'65 MCE, PhD '73—William E. Falby of Ann Arbor, MI, August 4, 2007; consultant; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'65 JD—Hugh J. Leitch of Babylon, NY, July 19, 2006; attorney; active in civic and community affairs.

'66 PhD—Frederick W. Bornhauser of New York City, July 30, 2007; professor of American and British literature, Hunter College; active in community and professional affairs.

'66, BArch '68—Harry L. Foster Jr. of Sherborn, MA, July 13, 2007; senior editor and senior acquisitions editor for science and nature, Houghton Mifflin; edited Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, Rick Bass, and others; active in professional affairs.

'66, BCE '67—Albert I. Jablowsky of New Rochelle, NY, February 20, 2007; director of transportation, Baker Engineering. Tau Epsilon Phi.

'66 BS ORIE, MBA '67—Charles J. Ohl of Middleton, WI, October 5, 2007; managing director, Alliant Energy Corp. Theta Chi.

'66 DVM—Ernie K. Smith of Tequesta, FL, August 22, 2007; veterinarian; taught at Cornell U. Hospital for Animals; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'67 GR—Akef R. Abadir of Bayside, NY, July 29, 2007; author and scholar of Middle Eastern literature; translated Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz's God's World; active in professional affairs.

'67, BA '68—Carl D. Anderson of Westminster Station, VT, October 8, 2007; social worker; rock collector. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'67 MS EE, PhD '73—Robert J. Dick of Sanford, ME, August 30, 2007; software engineer; designed communication systems for the military.

'67 PhD—Lew D. Dwinell of Bogart, GA, May 2, 2007; research plant pathologist, USDA Forest Service; photographer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'67 BEE—Edward C. Kramer of Huntington, NY, August 8, 2007; research assistant, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

'67 B Chem E, M Chem E '68—Joseph E. Stout of Rockaway, NJ, August 25, 2007; chemical engineer in the tea industry.

'68 BS Ag—Thomas H. Black of Plainwell, MI, October 22, 2006; worked in the paper industry; veteran; taught economics at Henry Ford and Kalamazoo Valley community colleges; active in community affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'68 MArch—Donald D. Duncan of Sedona, AZ, formerly of Baltimore, MD, July 3, 2007; city planner, Baltimore Dept. of Planning; veteran; artist; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'68 JD—John F. Murphy of Ithaca, NY, October 31, 2007; senior trust officer, Office of Trusts and Estates, Cornell U.; attorney; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'68 BA, JD '76—Robert L. Oakley of Germantown, MD, September 29, 2007; director, law library, and professor of law, Georgetown U.; expert on copyright and intellectual property law; assoc. law librarian, Cornell U.; assoc. professor, Boston U.; former Cornell chimesmaster; active in civic and professional affairs.

'69 BEE, PhD '77—John J. Berenz of San Pedro, CA, April 2, 2006; worked for TRW Space Park. Beta Pi.

'69 BS HE, MA '73—Barbara J. Schwinn of Westfield, NJ, September 1, 2007; artist; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'69 MFA—Philip D. Wilson of Ithaca, NY, August 27, 2007; artist; graphic designer; active in community affairs.

'70—Fred L. Melnick of North Hollywood, CA, September 24, 2007.

'70 BS Hotel—Didier A. Peyron of Walnut Creek, CA, October 1, 2007; hotel executive; restaurateur. Wife, Phyllis (Sim) '72.

'70 PhD—Lionel R. Simard of North Syracuse, NY, September 11, 2007; intelligence specialist, Int'l Center of Syracuse; retired colonel, Army Intelligence; taught languages at Syracuse U.; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'70—Nancy I. Tikkanen of Providence, RI, October 10, 2007; policy analyst, Dept. of Mental Health Human Svcs., State of Rhode Island; active in community affairs.

'71, BS Ag '73—Christopher H. Bond of Trumansburg, NY, September 5, 2007; science and physics teacher, Trumansburg Central School; soccer coach; active in civic and community affairs.

'71 MA HE—Harriet L. Budke of Ithaca, NY, October 18, 2007; writer/editor, Cornell research projects; administrative asst. to the mayor of Lansing; librarian, ILR School, Wharton School, Bryn Mawr, and US Occupation Forces in Germany; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'71 PhD—Gesina Lizana Longenecker of Mobile, AL, September 14, 2007; associate professor of pharmacology and former chair, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences, U. of South Alabama; key investigator, Sickle Cell Center Grant; author; editor; active in professional affairs.

'71 BA—Joseph H. Richardson III of Greensburg, PA, September 27, 2007; COO, Allegheny Energy; active in alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Psi. Wife, Karen (Dexter) '71.

'71 MD—Russell J. Vergess of Los Angeles, CA, March 22, 2006; orthopedic surgeon, St. Joseph's Hospital (Burbank, CA).

'71 MS—Robert C. Zeller of Cumming, GA, August 15, 2007; active in religious affairs.

'72—James C. Pilkey of Cooper City, FL, March 16, 2007; attorney; adjunct professor, Nova Southeastern Law School; guitarist; active in community affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'72 BA—David M. Reed of Allison Park, PA, October 15, 2007; internist; gerontologist; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'72 MPA—Robert S. Tracy of Albany, CA, June 12, 2007; retired planner; also worked for the Veterans Administration; active in community affairs.

'73 MFS—Andrew J. Bruns of Pittsfield, MA, August 16, 2007; food science engineer; pilot; tutor.

'74, BS HE '75—Geraldine Jackson Fisher of Romulus, NY, September 7, 2007; owner, Mother Goose Day Care; worked for George Junior Republic, Louis Gossett Jr. Residential Center, Kendal at Ithaca, and Willard Drug Treatment Center; active in community and religious affairs.

'74 BS Ag—Patrick T. Karli of Hershey, PA, May 23, 2007; manager of information systems, Hershey Pasta Group; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'74 BS Ag—Peter C. Mueller of Conewango Valley, NY, March 25, 2007; president, Muellers Valley View Cheese; asst. plant manager, Fieldbrook Farms; active in religious affairs.

'74 BA—Ellen Bauman Robbins of Glenford, NY, July 28, 2006; chair, English and Philosophy Dept., Ulster County Community College; active in community and professional affairs. Husband, Chester L. Robbins '73.

'74 BS HE—Marco S. Smythe of New York City, October 18, 2007; architect. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'74 BA—Tatnall W. Warner of Webster Groves, MO, September 17, 2007; journalist, St. Louis Post-Dispatch; taught journalism at Washington U.; active in professional affairs.

'75 MPS—Constance Coburn Adams of West Yarmouth, MA, October 13, 2007; lecturer.

'75 MBA—James A. DeYoung of Hersey, MI, April 25, 2005; CFO, Eagle Village; active in religious affairs.

'76 JD—John J. O'Connor Jr. of Boston, MA, March 31, 2006; attorney.

'77 BA—John J. Stephens of Albuquerque, NM, March 22, 2007; principal scientist, Sandia Nat'l Laboratories; author; active in professional and religious affairs.

'78 BME—Wendy Haynes Hauptfleisch of Bellaire, TX, September 14, 2007; executive, ExxonMobil; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Richard A. Hauptfleisch '75, MS Eng '76.

'78 BS HE—Linda D. Putland of Virginia Beach, VA, August 18, 2007; social work administrator; administrator, Appalachian Service Project; active in community and religious affairs.

'79, BEE '80—Charles E. Duerig of Castro Valley, CA, August 26, 2007; network engineer; high school math and science teacher; outdoorsman. Beta Pi.

'79 BME—Barbara I. Kulik of Allentown, PA, July 22, 2007; engineer; worked for Andesa Services and AT&T; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Gamma.

'79 BA—Karl S. "Steve" LaForge of New York City, July 14, 2007.

'79—Cheryl Lafian Smith of Ithaca, NY, September 9, 2007.

'80 JD—David M. Bidwell-Beachler of Columbus, OH, October 25, 2007; labor and civil rights attorney; active in civic and professional affairs.

'80, BA '81—Robert E. Reed of Washington, DC, October 10, 2007; owner, DC-area Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream shops; developed Let's Make A Daiquiri; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Delta Phi.

'80—Karen V. Strand of New York City, December 3, 2006; horticultural therapist.

'80 BA—Debra Schweitzer Wasser of Laramie, WY, September 15, 2007; active in community affairs.

'81 BS ILR—Matthew L. Wager of North Brunswick, NJ, June 24, 2007; business consultant; active in religious affairs. Phi Sigma Epsilon.

'82 BS Hotel—Linda S. Guzylak of Scottsdale, AZ, July 21, 2007; national director of sales, Phoenician Resort; active in community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'83 PhD—Reginald A. Gougis of Savannah, GA, July 24, 2007; associate professor of behavior analysis, Savannah State U. and Phoenix U.

'84 PhD—Elizabeth Colerick Clipp of Chapel Hill, NC, August 5, 2007; associate dean for research and Bessie Baker Chair in Nursing, Duke U. School of Nursing; professor of medicine and assoc. director for research, Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, Durham VA Medical Center; active in professional affairs.

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

'86 MBA—Vivek P. Khosla of East Meadow, NY, July 24, 2007.

'86—Robert A. Pfister of Laguna Hills, CA, formerly of Colorado Springs, CO, September 25, 2007; worked for USTRI and MCI; active in community affairs. Acacia.

'88 MA, PhD '91—Ben B. Halm of Fairfield, CT, July 31, 2007; playwright; English professor, Fairfield U.; active in professional affairs.

'94 JD—Kimberly A. Troisi-Paton of Cohoes, NY, August 10, 2007; attorney, asst. deputy counsel, Unified Court System's city, town, and village resource centers; author; adjunct professor of legal studies, Schenectady Community College; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Husband, Scott C. Paton, JD '94.

'97 BS Ag—Lee J. Oplinger of Groton, NY, June 18, 2007; forestry technician, City of Ithaca; active in civic and community affairs.

'97 BA—David M. Shachnow of East Elmhurst, NY, October 22, 2007; contractor; former Deutsche Bank employee.

'02 PhD—Lisa M. Moynihan of London, England, October 7, 2007; assistant professor of organizational behavior, London Business School; active in professional affairs.

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