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'29 BS HE—Margaret Scheer Harper of Portland, CT, December 24, 2008; horticulturist; taught diet and disease, Mayo Clinic; master gardener; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'30, BA '31—Norman Horn of Gainesville, FL, formerly of New York City and Ft. Lauderdale, FL, October 7, 2008; businessman; professional pianist; mathematics teacher.

'30 BA—Goldie Weiner Pressman of Fair Lawn, NJ, November 27, 2006; homemaker; active in civic and religious affairs.

'31 BME—Ralph E. Carpenter Jr. of Newport, RI, February 2, 2009; connoisseur and collector of American decorative arts; architectural preservationist; expert on colonial New England furniture; retired senior VP, Reynolds Securities; senior decorative arts consultant, Christie's; author, The Arts and Crafts of Newport, Rhode Island, 1640-1820; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Sigma Phi.

'32 BA—Elisabeth Tanzer Battle of Falls Church, VA, March 14, 2009; former secretary; dental assistant; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'34 MA—Mary Holley Latta of Burlington, NC, October 27, 2008; retired teacher; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'34, BA '36—Howard R. Moon Jr. of Utica, NY, formerly of Russia, NY, March 9, 2007; chemical engineer; marketing coordinator, Exxon Chemical Co.; also worked for B. F. Goodrich; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'34 PhD—Herbert W. Mumford Jr. of Little Rock, AR, January 3, 2009; worked for the USDA and US Farm Credit; professor; agricultural attaché, US Embassy in Ecuador; int'l sugar expert, Sugar and Tropical Products Div., USDA; dairy farmer; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'34 BA—Ralph M. Schwartz of New York City, January 31, 2009; retired physician; active in alumni affairs. Pi Lambda Phi.

'34, BCE '43—Charles C. Shoemaker of Tabernacle, NJ, September 30, 2007; former owner, Frankford Paper Box Factory; city engineer and county engineer, City of Camden and Camden County; veteran. Delta Tau Delta.

'34 BA—Victor N. Tompkins of Albany, NY, and Tarpon Springs, FL, August 22, 2008; professor of pathology, Albany Medical College; attending pathologist, Albany Medical Center Hospital; chief of clinical pathology, V.A. Hospital; consultant, World Health Org.; director, NYS Dept. of Health; editor, American Journal of Clinical Pathology; author; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Theta Xi.

'35 MD—H. Calvin Fisher of Colorado Springs, CO, July 13, 2006; chief of staff, Denver General Hospital; chief of surgical services, Children's Hospital Denver; associate professor, Colorado Medical School; co-founder, Lake City Medical Center; judge, Hinsdale County, CO; veteran; author; active in professional affairs.

'35 BME—J. Rodgers Hamilton of Pittsburgh, PA, September 18, 2006; active in alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'35—William S. Mudge of Naples, FL, formerly of Glen Cove, NY, September 21, 2008; general merchandise manager, JC Penny Co.; active in community affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'35—Ruth Ageloff Poulos of New York City, January 31, 2009; psychotherapist; secretary to Leon Trotsky in Mexico City; secretary, John Dewey Commission; active in professional affairs.

'35 MS—Laura E. Rowland of Holyoke, MA, September 1, 2008; elementary school teacher; also worked for Springfield Museum of Natural History and Monsanto Chemical Co.; active in community and professional affairs.

'36, BA '37—Wyllys A. Dunham Jr. of Queensbury, NY, October 24, 2008. Pi Kappa Phi.

'36 PhD—Thomas T. Goldsmith Jr. of Lacey, WA, March 5, 2009; pioneer in TV technology; worked with Allen B. DuMont to perfect the cathode ray tube; research director, Allen  B. DuMont Laboratory; taught physics at Furman U.; patented an early video game; active in professional affairs.

'36 BA—Robert A. Hamburger of Jupiter, FL, formerly of Amagansett, NY, March 21, 2009; textile industry executive; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'36 BS Ag—Charles R. Noback of Cresskill, NJ, February 4, 2009; emeritus professor of anatomy, Columbia U.; also taught at U. of Georgia and Long Island College of Medicine; author; active in professional and alumni affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'36 BCE—John J. Senesy of Bound Brook, NJ, February 2, 2008; civil engineer and planner; chairman of the board, Construction Service Co.; president, Bound Brook Water Co.; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Pi Kappa Phi.

'36—Helen Case Storey of Charlotte, VT, August 31, 2008.

'36 BEE—Alexander C. Wall of Sarasota, FL, formerly of Darien, CT, February 28, 2009; engineer; active in community and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'37 BA—Walter J. Kauzmann of Montgomery, NJ, formerly of Princeton, NJ, January 27, 2009; professor and chair of chemistry, Princeton U.; worked on the Manhattan Project in charge of producing the detonator for the Trinity test bomb and "Fat Man"; researched the "Kauzmann Paradox," the behavior of liquids at low temperatures; author; musician; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'37—Col. Edwin G. Moran of Ithaca, NY, formerly of Groton, NY, April 4, 2008; retired US Army officer; partner, Moran and Gleason Highway Construction Co.; comptroller, BAJERT Inc.; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'37 BA—Mary M. Weimer of Odessa, FL, November 5, 2008; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta.

'38 BS Ag, PhD '45—W. Dexter Bellamy of Ft. Myers, FL, formerly of Schenectady, NY, February 28, 2009; adjunct professor of dairy science, Cornell U.; worked for GE Labs; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'38 BA, BS Chem E '39—George W. Hobby Jr. of Cincinnati, OH, December 24, 2008; chemical engineer; helped develop synthetic tires at Blaw-Knox Corp. during World War II; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'38 BCE—James E. Rasbach of Rochester, NY, January 4, 2009; supervising engineer, Eastman Kodak; active in community and religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'38, BS Hotel '39—James A. Rockey of Waterloo, NY, November 25, 2008; country club manager; active in community and religious affairs.

'38 BS Ag, MEd '42—Herbert L. Seidelman of San Jose, CA, May 10, 2007; teacher, San Mateo Union High School; began a teaching materials program, American College for Girls

in Istanbul, Turkey; host, Navy TV program "Shootin' the Breeze" on KPIX; head of personnel, Radiological Defense Lab; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. '38 MD—Robert J. Van Amberg of Port Republic, MD, May 31, 2008.

'38 BS HE—Dorothy Hopson Wells of Jackson, WI, August 3, 2008.

'39 BA—Morey R. Berger of Tucson, AZ, October 8, 2007. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'39 BS Ag, MS Ag '59—W. Dale Brown of Mount Dora, FL, February 2, 2009; worked for Cornell Cooperative Extension; supervised Extension agents; helped establish Insect and Plant Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, Cornell U.; also worked for NYS Ag Extension Service; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'39 BA—Isabel Whiton DeWitt of Woodstock, VT, formerly of Moorestown, NJ, February 4, 2009; homemaker; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Xi Delta.

'39 BA—Florence Morgenstern Dreizen of New York City, March 9, 2009; administrative law judge, NYS Environmental Control Board; deputy commissioner, NYS Labor Dept.; deputy comptroller, City of New York; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'39 BME—Robert B. Heyward of St. Simons Island, GA, formerly of Scottdale, PA, October 25, 2006; worked for Duraloy Blaw-Knox; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Phi.

'39 BA—John L. Knower of Barneveld, NY, January 31, 2009; president, Doyle-Knower; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'39 BS HE—Marion Stevens Molten of Hagerstown, MD, December 14, 2008; retired teacher; active in community affairs. Kappa Delta.

'39 BA—Capt. James T. Pendergrass of Hightstown, NJ, February 3, 2009; retired Naval officer; established US Navy cryptologic service; WWII codebreaker at Bletchley Park, UK; mathematician, Inst. for Defense Analysis; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'39 BS Ag—Raymond L. Rider of Oriskany, NY, formerly of Deland, FL, October 2, 2008; worked for Agway; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Acacia.

'39 MS—Eleanor Cooley Robbins of Laurel, MD, February 16, 2008.

'39 BA—Dorothea Shanks Rose of Utica, NY, April 30, 2008; homemaker; French teacher; veteran; active in religious and alumni affairs.

'39—Samuel E. Vail of Binghamton, NY, March 3, 2009; founder and CEO, Eastern Graphics-Composition; secretary-treasurer, Vail-Ballou Press; CPA; attorney; active in community and religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'40, BME '41—Edward Blodgett of Seaford, DE, March 7, 2007; engineer, Eastman Kodak, Sealright, and H. P. Snyder Manufacturing; professional magician; volunteer, Int'l Executive Service Corps; veteran; artist; active in civic and community affairs. Alpha Phi Omega.

'40 BS Ag—Peter G. Bulkeley of Tivoli, NY, April 21, 2008.

'40 BS Hotel—Armand W. Droz of Tallahassee, FL, March 19, 2009; controller, food services division, Pan American Airways; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Margaret (Fegley) '41.

'40 LLB—Henry C. Estabrook of Fayetteville, NY, December 31, 2008; attorney; president and director, Sealright; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Chi Psi.

'40—Raymond E. Goldstone of Van Nuys, CA, March 13, 2008; TV writer; worked on "Days of Our Lives," "General Hospital," "Knots Landing," "Falcon Crest," and "Search for Tomorrow"; English professor, U. of California, Santa Barbara; newspaper reporter; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'40 BCE—Roland R. Graham Jr. of Pittsburgh, PA, December 15, 2008. Chi Epsilon.

'40 BA—Margaret Richardson Jewett (Mrs. Henry M. '40) of Darien, CT, formerly of New Canaan, CT, January 17, 2008; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'40 BS HE—Mildred Wells Ludlum (Mrs. John C., PhD '42) of Morgantown, WV, January 13, 2008. Delta Gamma.

'40 BS HE—Rita Abbruzzese Mataraza of Cocoa, FL, October 25, 2008; educational, vocational, and school counselor.

'40 BS Ag—Seymour L. Mischel of Lake Worth, FL, September 4, 2008.

'40 BS Hotel—William C. Washburn of Dryden, NY, September 20, 2008; farmer; also worked for Cornell U. College of Agriculture; active in civic affairs.

'41—Nils P. Dahlstrand of Wild Rose, WI, January 11, 2009. Delta Phi.

'41 BS HE—Virginia Ward Elkins of Sandy Spring, MD, November 18, 2008. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'41 BS Ag, MS Ag '54—Hartley V. Martin of Gaithersburg, MD, formerly of Fort Myers, FL, January 19, 2009; retired agriculture teacher; also worked for Cooperative Extension; active in alumni affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'41 BS Ag—Paul R. Spiers of Sodus, NY, March 4, 2009; worked for Western NY Farm Credit Assn.; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'42 BME—A. Yates Dowell Jr. of Springfield, VA, February 9, 2009; patent attorney; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Zeta Psi.

'42 PhD—Sofia Simmonds Fruton of New Haven, CT, July 27, 2007; professor emerita of biochemistry and biophysics, Yale U.; director of undergraduate studies, biology dept., Yale  U.; associate dean, Yale College; expert on metabolism of E. coli; co-author, General Biochemistry; active in professional affairs.

'42 DVM—Harold Kopp of Sun Lakes, AZ, November 18, 2008; veterinarian; active in alumni affairs.

'42 PhD—Albert R. Mead of Flagstaff, AZ, formerly of Tucson, AZ, March 13, 2009; professor emeritus, Dept. of Zoology, U. of Arizona; expert on giant African land snails; parasitologist; civilian scientist, Office of Naval Research and Nat'l Research Council; veteran; author; active in professional affairs. Wife, Eleanor (Morrow) '43.

'42 LLB—William J. Moore of Tampa, FL, April 8, 2005; judge, Office of Hearings and Appeals, Los Angeles; attorney.

'42 BA—Evan J. Parker Jr. of Potomac, MD, February 9, 2009; retired senior operations officer, CIA; veteran; active in professional affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'42 BA—Charles S. Pearce Jr. of Corsicana, TX, and Santa Fe, NM, September 5, 2008; operated Rush Creek Ranch; veteran; expert on Western art; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Phi.

'42—Mitchell Peter of Naples, FL, formerly of Groton, NY, January 31, 2009; owner, Peter & Sons Ford; veteran; active in community affairs.

'42, BEE '43—Edson Ryder of Harwich, MA, August 14, 2008; sales manager, Celco; gemologist and jewelry appraiser; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Chi Rho. Wife, Marjorie (Millison) '42.

'42 BA—Marjorie Millison Ryder (Mrs. Edson '42, BEE '43) of Harwich, MA, formerly of Upper Saddle River, NJ, November 15, 2008; schoolteacher; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'42, BS Ag '51—Kenneth W. Stone of Batavia, NY, September 23, 2008. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'42 BA—Claude G. Wall of Kennebunkport, ME, October 9, 2007.

'43 BME—James E. Keats of Monterey, CA, March 27, 2008; mechanical engineer.

'43 BME—Robert P. Miller of Hendersonville, NC, formerly of Chicago, IL, and Bethesda, MD, August 28, 2008; patent attorney and head of Western US patent division, Western Electric; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'43—Jonathan J. Rosenblatt of St. Augustine, FL, April 27, 2008; in-flight inspector, US government; retired from Northrop Grumman; veteran.

'43—Arnold Rustin of Portland, OR, February 4, 2008; urologist; taught at Oregon Health Sciences U., Portland State U., U. of Portland, and Portland Comm. College; veteran; photographer. Cayuga Lodge.

'43 BS Ag—John D. Turrel Jr. of Overland Park, KS, January 31, 2009; dairy, poultry, and tree farmer; active in alumni affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'43 BS Ag—Alwin J. Ward of Saint Joseph, MO, February 4, 2009; established Hadco Co., a commodities storage business; worked for Pillsbury; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'43 BS HE—Floy Hoffer Ware of Santa Monica, CA, October 27, 2008; homemaker.

'43 BS Chem E—Robert P. Zabel of Webster, NY, November 16, 2008; retired chemical engineer; active in community and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Tau. Wife, Doris (Lee) '43.

'44—Robert M. Bolz of Madison, WI, January 19, 2009; former president and vice chairman, Oscar Mayer & Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Psi.

'44—Ruth Cornwell Dennis of Jasper, NY, May 31, 2006.

'44 BME—Lucius B. Donkle Jr. of Michigan City, IN, March 12, 2009; mechanical engineer, Paltier and Interlake; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'44 BS HE—Elizabeth Purple Elling of Canandaigua, NY, October 18, 2008; taught at Midlakes High School and Rochester Inst. of Technology; managed family photography business; dietician, Ontario County Health Facility.

'44—Lucy MacGachen Flaherty of Weymouth, MA, November 5, 2008; active in community and religious affairs.

'44, BA '43—George A. Gallagher of Media, PA, February 11, 2008; retired research chemist.

'44 BS HE—Gloria Liswith Kurilecz of Ossining, NY, June 22, 2008; district home economist, Frigidaire; head of Beechnut Co.'s NYC test kitchen; asst. editor, McCall's Magazine; teaching asst.; active in civic and community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'44, BA '45, MS '47—Neil A. Wintringham of Bridgewater, NJ, January 31, 2009; chemist; mineralogist; high school science teacher; adjunct professor of earth science education, Kean U. and Rutgers U.; author; active in professional affairs. Alpha Phi Omega.

'45, BA '44—Karl E. Shapiro of Columbus, OH, August 3, 2008; chemist, Manhattan Shirt Co.

'45 BS Ag—Hildegard Blanken Shishkin of Washington, DC, February 27, 2009; executive secretary to Ambassador-at-Large Averell Harriman; Foreign Service officer; also worked with int'l exchange programs; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'45, BME '49—Richard T. Stacy of Hilton Head, SC, December 25, 2008; president, Midwest Plastics Systems; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'45 DVM—John D. Wheat of Fairfield, CA, March 4, 2009; veterinary surgeon; professor emeritus and department chair, U. of California, Davis; also taught at Kansas State U.; active in professional and alumni affairs. Alpha Psi.

'45, BS HE '44—Catherine Verwoert Work of Tempe, AZ, February 5, 2008. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'46, BA '45—Harold R. Brumbaum of Nicasio, CA, January 14, 2007. Zeta Psi.

'46, BA '48—Myron W. Goldman of Cleveland, OH, March 14, 2009; director of social services, Mt. Sinai Health Care. Zeta Beta Tau.

'46, BCE '48—William S. Harris of Cherry Hill, NJ, December 15, 2008; civil engineer.

'46—Sherwin E. Levine of Miami, FL, August 28, 2008; president and owner, Allied Screw of Dixie; opera singer; veteran; speedboat racer; active in community affairs.

'46 BS HE—Mary Hankinson Meeker of Wayne, PA, October 20, 2008; retired associate teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Gamma.

'46 BME—Samuel W. Miller Jr. of Ambler, PA, and Marco Island, FL, January 13, 2009; mechanical engineer; active in alumni affairs.

'46, BS HE '45—Margery Stevenson Prellwitz of Pittsburgh, PA, April 16, 2008; homemaker; artist; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'46—Edward J. Renz of Mamaroneck, NY, September 1, 2008; president, Hammel, Riglander and Co.; consultant; veteran; active in community affairs.

'47 BA—Rev. Lawrence E. Dunn of Greenwood, SC, February 11, 2009; active in religious affairs.

'47, BS Ag '48—Vera Hakanson Fox of Ithaca, NY, February 6, 2009; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Raymond T. Fox '47, PhD '56.

'47 JD—David S. MacKay of Albany, NY, August 13, 2008; attorney; veteran.

'47 DVM—Robert W. Ormsbee of Los Altos, CA, January 1, 2008; veterinarian.

'47-48 GR—Edwin J. Pritchard of Bloomington, MN, January 24, 2009; engineer; veteran. Phi Kappa Psi.

'47, BS Ag '64—Raymond C. Rabeler of Cortland, NY, March 18, 2009; asst. farm manager, Farm and Home Administration; farm manager, SUNY Ag and Tech; dairy farmer; active in community and religious affairs. Wife, Shirley (Buck) '47.

'47 PhD—Thomas H. Shelley Jr. of East Brunswick, NJ, November 7, 2008; chemist; director of research and corporate director of scientific affairs, Johnson and Johnson; helped develop synthetic rubber in World War II; active in community and professional affairs.

'47 BS Nurs—Hazel Erby Skjersaa of Orlando, FL, September 24, 2008.

'47 BA—Benjamin G. Smith of Norfolk, VA, September 27, 2008; mechanical engineer; owner, Clark Smith Assocs.; veteran; active in community affairs.

'47 BA—Martha Bender Stephany of Brecksville, OH, January 30, 2009; physician; practiced at St. Vincent Charity and Parma Community hospitals; taught at Case Western Reserve  U.; medical adviser, Cleveland Metropolitan police; master gardener; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'48 BME—Roger E. Allen of Tacoma, WA, December 17, 2008; mechanical engineer. Sigma Nu.

'48 B Chem E—C. Clarke Ambrose of Lyme, CT, March 22, 2009; investment banker; Havanese dog aficionado; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'48, BA '49—Leroy G. Dalheim of Akron, OH, January 29, 2009; pediatrician; Medina County health commissioner; director of medical services, Akron Health Dept.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'48 BA—Jane Randolph DeMott of Seven Devils, NC, March 16, 2009; homemaker; social work counselor; spinner and weaver; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'48 BCE—William Kaplan of Chevy Chase, MD, February 16, 2009; real estate developer, Stearman and Kaplan; civil engineer; construction supervisor, Charles E. Smith Co.; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'48 BCE—George Kiszeniuk of Middle Village, NY, January 27, 2009; civil engineer.

'48 BS HE—Avima Dushkin Lombard of Jerusalem, Israel, October 14, 2008; worked at Hebrew U.

'48, BA '49—Katherine Vogt Reuter of Barnegat, NJ, January 26, 2009; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'48 MEd, PhD '49—William E. Skelton of Blacksburg, VA, August 30, 2008; dean emeritus of extension, Virginia Tech; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48 BA—Jerrold M. Sonet of New York City, January 28, 2009; attorney; general counsel, American Society of Interior Designers; active in community and professional affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'48-50 SP Ag—V. Ellis Stout of Columbia, MO, October 12, 2008; photojournalist; founder, Kansas Electric Farmer magazine; editor, Missouri Farmer magazine; farmer; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48, BA '47—A. Joseph Tandet of New York City, February 14, 2009; entertainment producer; founding member, Manhattan Theater Club; active in professional affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'48 BA—Margaret Wilharm Tuttle of Hilton Head Island, SC, formerly of Weston, MA, and Chicago, IL, December 31, 2008; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'48 BA—Stanley Wild of Alpine, NJ, March 14, 2009.

'48 PhD—John E. Wilson of Chapel Hill, NC, February 12, 2009; professor of biochemistry, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; active in community affairs.

'48 BS Ag—William Wollerton Jr. of Brooksville, FL, July 23, 2008; farmer and orchardist; retired industrial arts teacher; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Richard M. Allen of Salisbury, MD, October 2, 2008; owner, W. F. Allen Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Sigma Nu.

'49 BA—Edmund W. Anderson of Naples, NY, October 17, 2008; manufacturer's representative.

'49, BEE '50—Russell V. Benson of Carlsbad, CA, February 22, 2009. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'49 BA—Paul U. Bretschger of Williamsville, NY, March 8, 2009; financial manager, FMC Corp. Phi Kappa Sigma. Wife, Priscilla (Bassett) '49.

'49 BCE—E. Richard Colle of Haddonfield, NJ, January 19, 2009; geotechnical engineer; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'49 BS ILR—Theodore Hawryluk of Bedford, NY, March 19, 2009; director, employee services and programs, Philip Morris; worked in personnel at NBC and Eastern Airlines; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Watermargin.

'49 BA, MD '53—William H. Hover of Missoula, MT, and Sarasota, FL, formerly of Montclair, NJ, December 5, 2008; associate medical director, Prudential Insurance; internist; consultant; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Phi.

'49 MS Ag—Bruce M. Lansdale of Thessaloniki, Greece, February 2, 2009; former president, American Farm School in Thessaloniki; conducted international leadership seminars; author; honorary citizen of Greece; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'49 BA—Barbara Weddell Lent of Bigfork, MT, October 2, 2008; avid bridge player. Alpha Phi. Husband, James Lent '49.

'49 BA, MD '53—Milton N. Luria of Rochester, NY, April 9, 2008; physician.

'49 BS Ag—Barth E. Mapes of Ithaca, NY, March 12, 2009; worked in the Dept. of Animal Science, Cornell U.; operations manager, Teaching and Research Center; helped plan and build Morrison Hall; student advisor; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho. Wife, Martha (Clark) '48, MS '49.

'49-50 GR—Miriam Weiss Meyer of Tarrytown, NY, October 16, 2008.

'49 BA—Arthur Moskowitz of Honolulu, HI, June 25, 2007; engineer.

'49 BEE—Norman Schneyer of Ann Arbor, MI, January 19, 2009; electrical contractor; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'49 MA—Ralph G. Selfridge of Gainesville, FL, August 31, 2008; professor of computer science and director of Computing Center, U. of Florida; also taught at Miami U. of Ohio; worked at the China Lake Naval Ordnance Test Station; veteran; pilot; cave diver; active in community, civic, and professional affairs.

'49 BS HE—Jeanne Brodeur Stanley of Watertown, NY, August 8, 2008; vice chairwoman, Northern New York Presbytery; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Husband, David O. Stanley '46, BCE '48.

'49, BA '50—Thomas D. Wagner of Wyomissing, PA, August 19, 2008; insurance salesman; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Sigma Chi.

'49—Eugene G. Warner of Baiting Hollow, NY, September 1, 2008; founder, Warner Potato Chips, which became Treat Potato Chips; pilot and skywriter; active in community affairs.

'50 BCE—Douglas Bridges of Klamath Falls, OR, December 22, 2008; civil engineer, Bureau of Land Management; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'50 B Chem E—Gifford G. Briggs of Cincinnati, OH, January 20, 2009.

'50 BA—Jean Feageans Bullock of Vallejo, CA, January 14, 2009; owner, Gourmet Guides Bookstore; clothing buyer, Ohrbach's; active in community and professional affairs.

'50 JD—Leonard S. Corwin of Highland Beach, FL, February 16, 2009; attorney.

'50-51 GR—Rev. Rudolph R. Reeder of Grove City, PA, April 27, 2008; retired professor of political science, Grove City College; specialist in international political theory, organization, and law, world comparative government, and international relations; Congregational minister; also worked for the Koinonia Foundation; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'50 PhD—Samuel S. Ristich of North Yarmouth, ME, February 11, 2008; entomologist; naturalist; worked for Boyce Thompson Inst. for Plant Research and E. R. Squibb & Sons; founder, Maine Mycological Assn.; veteran; civil rights and peace activist; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Wife, Ruth (Pullen), MS '47.

'50-51 GR—Jack A. Robinette of Hummelstown, PA, February 4, 2009; animal nutritionist; consultant; veteran; active in community affairs.

'50, BS Ag '54, MAT '66—Carroll R. Rudd of Elbridge, NY, June 5, 2008; vocational education teacher; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'50 MBA—Kenneth Seidel of Verona, NJ, October 27, 2008; president, Utility Chemical; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'50—Catherine Morrison Simmons (Mrs. Edward B. '44, BA '48) of Manhattan Beach, CA, February 25, 2008.

'50, BArch '51—Louis Skoler of Syracuse, NY, December 25, 2008; architect; professor emeritus, Syracuse U.; veteran; active in professional affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'50 BS Ag—Wilbur J. Sovocool of Le Roy, NY, January 23, 2009; retired farmer; veteran; pilot; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'50 B Chem E—Richard F. Tucker of Fairfield, CT, January 31, 2009; president, Mobil Oil Co. and vice chairman, Mobil Corp.; also worked for Caltex and Esso Oil Co.; veteran; Cornell trustee emeritus; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'51 BME—Edward K. Crothers of Greensboro, NC, January 1, 2009; VP for personnel, Blue Bell Inc.; VP for personnel, Burlington Industries; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'51, BEE '55, MEE '56—Kenneth R. Evans of West Newton, MA, October 2, 2008; VP, Microwave Associates; co-founder, KTR Engineering; veteran; active in community affairs. Wife, Jane (Ogle) '52.

'51 B Chem E—Ivar N. Hultman Jr. of Rochester, NY, January 7, 2009; retired product supervisor.

'51 BS Ag—Ronald E. Katt of Stony Point, NY, September 6, 2008; owner, Katt Dairies; high school teacher, industrial arts; carpenter; active in community affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'51 BS Ag—Paul G. Ledig of Carpinteria, CA, January 5, 2009; worked in sales; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi. Wife, Carol (Comstock) '53.

'51 MD—Harold V. Liddle of Salt Lake City, UT, November 30, 2008; thoracic surgeon, LDS Hospital and Primary Children's Medical Center; partner, Rumel Chest Clinic; clinical professor of surgery and faculty in the Resident in Training Program in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, U. of Utah College of Medicine; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'51—Col. Stephen R. Neiley Jr. of Towanda, PA, April 8, 2008; retired US Air Force officer; member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; pilot; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'51 MS Aero—Charles B. Notess of Loveland, CO, July 31, 2008; city planner; taught sociology, urban planning, and transportation systems; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'51 SP Ag—John P. O'Connor of Dublin, Ireland, February 1, 2008.

'51 MD—Avrum B. Oganick of Red Lake, NM, formerly of Albuquerque, NM, December 17, 2007; internist and specialist in diseases of the chest; head, tuberculosis unit, Fort Sam Houston; veteran; author; columnist; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 BS Ag—Carl F. Ruffrage of Barneveld, NY, September 28, 2008; teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'51 PhD—Leon Z. Saunders of Wynnewood, PA, March 4, 2009; head of pathology and toxicology, Smith Kline & French Laboratories; also worked for Brookhaven Nat'l Lab and Army Chemical Center; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 BA—W. Lewis Wolf of Pittsford, NY, December 8, 2008; chemist, Eastman Kodak; co-founder, Continuing Developmental Services; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'51 BS Ag—Donald W. Youmans of Grass Valley, CA, November 1, 2008; mechanical engineer; designed agricultural equipment; veteran; active in community affairs.

'52 BEE—Leonard J. Biracree of Rochester, NY, February 4, 2009; electrical engineer. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'52 BS Ag, DVM '59—Harlow J. Cameron of Stonington, ME, January 19, 2009; veterinarian; raised pathogen-free laboratory animals; veteran; pilot; sailor; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'52, BS Hotel '55—Lawrence J. Cullen of Southold, NY, January 15, 2009; customs house broker and freight forwarder; veteran; active in community affairs. Sigma Nu.

'52—Evelyn Dannenberg Emerson (Mrs. Frank H., PhD '51) of Houston, TX, formerly of West Lafayette, IN, January 25, 2009; worked for the dean of students and Dept. of History, Purdue U.; active in community affairs.

'52—Neal B. Haviland of Little Silver, NJ, August 30, 2008. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'52, BEE '53—Ronald W. Jones of New Hartford, NY, September 3, 2008; engineer, defense and aeronautic divisions, General Electric; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'52, BS ILR '53—Barry H. Robinson of Concord, TN, March 14, 2009; VP and general manager, Stevens Aviation; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'52 BS ILR—Herman Stern of Sarasota, FL, formerly of Deitz, Germany, February 18, 2009; human resource executive, General Electric; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'52 BA, MBA '54—James A. Tate of New London, NH, April 5, 2008; VP, Connecticut General Life Insurance; director, Connecticut General Investment Mgmt. Corp.; VP, corporate and public finance, Adams, Harkness & Hill; president, James A. Tate Assocs. and Tate Business Svcs.; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'53 BS HE—Natalie Picker Holmes Cohan of Henderson, NV, January 2, 2009; executive director of professional societies and associations; active in professional affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'53 BS Ag—David F. Cox of Ames, IA, February 19, 2009; statistics professor, Iowa State U.; competitive rower; active in alumni affairs.

'53 JD—Frederick B. Davis of Memphis, TN, March 23, 2009; dean and professor emeritus of law, Memphis State U.; dean of law, U. of Dayton; professor, U. of Missouri School of Law; active in professional affairs.

'53, BArch '54—Earl R. Flansburgh of Lincoln, MA, February 3, 2009; chairman emeritus, Flansburgh Associates; also worked for Architects Collaborative; taught architectural history and modern design, Wellesley College; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa. Wife, Polly (Hospital) '54.

'53 MD—Robert D. Gens of Mechanicsburg, PA, October 28, 2007; pediatrician; worked in communicable disease programs, Pennsylvania Dept. of Health; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'53 MD—Stanley E. Goodman of Westport, CT, October 15, 2008; surgeon; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'53—Robert P. Larson of Minneapolis, MN, August 24, 2005; worked for Honeywell; veteran. Sigma Chi.

'53—William L. Martino of East Aurora, NY, October 18, 2008.

'53 BS Ag—Brooks B. Mills of Eddington, ME, February 24, 2009; owner, Edgewood Tree Farm; stockbroker; research forester, US Forest Service; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'53 MD—David E. Sobel of Scarsdale, NY, January 1, 2009; psychiatrist; director, Family Study Unit, NYS Psychiatric Inst.; instructor, Dept. of Psychiatry, Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons.

'53—Prospero J. Visco of Farmingdale, NY, March 29, 2009; professor emeritus of agriculture, Farmingdale State College; operated the campus orchard; veteran.

'54 BA, LLB '58—Stephen N. Goodman of Louisville, KY, October 16, 2008; investment manager; president, Goodman Assocs.; president, Byck's clothing store; attorney; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'54 PhD—Edward J. Thacker of Plymouth, MN, March 19, 2008.

'54 BA—Harvey T. Tutchings of Merrick, NY, March 1, 2009; executive, Sears; veteran.

'54, BArch '55—Isabell Noble Woller of Denville, NJ, February 22, 2009; retired librarian; professor, Upsala College; musician; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Phi Omega.

'54 PhD—David Zimerman of Asheville, NC, February 27, 2009; plant scientist; funded research on the Gala apple; Palmach veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'55 PhD—George R. Fisk of West Melbourne, FL, formerly of Cortland, NY, December 31, 2008; emeritus professor of chemistry, SUNY Cortland; also taught at SUNY Albany and junior high school; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'55, BS Hotel '58—James F. Heiman of Miami, FL, January 27, 2009; retired developer; investor; administrator, assisted living facility; restaurateur; active in professional affairs.

'55 LLB—C. Addison Keeler Jr. of Binghamton, NY, January 7, 2009; retired attorney; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'55—Frederick H. Kruger of McSherrystown, PA, August 28, 2008; management consultant; travel agent; insurance agent; veteran; sports car enthusiast; active in community affairs.

'55—Samuel Nissenson of Westhampton, NY, March 7, 2009. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'55 LLB—Kenneth P. Ray of Clinton, NY, October 9, 2008; attorney.

'55 BS Ag—William L. Stevens Jr. of Pottersville, NY, September 25, 2008; insurance agent. Acacia.

'55 BS Nurs—Grace-Marie Henry Talbert of Sherborn, MA, August 4, 2008; registered nurse, Peter Bent Brigham, New York, South Shore, St. Joseph, Leonard Morse, and Clara Maass hospitals; editor, Peter Bent Brigham Current Practice Manual; compiled the PBBH disaster plan; liaison for PBBH, Boston police, and area hospitals; school nurse; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'55, BA '57—Charles M. Teitell of New York City, March 16, 2009; CPA. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'56, BME '59—Stephen D. Bailey of Fairway, KS, November 24, 2008; worked for the Hesler Co.; also worked for Westinghouse Elevator Co.; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'56 DVM—Roger E. Gillett of Alexandria Bay, NY, January 31, 2009; veterinarian; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'56, BME '57, MBA '58—Jerold H. Krieger of Santa Fe, TX, February 5, 2009; owner, the Krieger School; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Chi.

'56 DVM, MS Ag '60—Charles F. Reid of Kennett Square, PA, February 12, 2009; emeritus professor of radiology and chair of radiology and Dept. of Clinical Studies, New Bolton Center, U. of Pennsylvania; father of equine radiology; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'56, BME '57—Herman Van Lokeren of Woodside, CA, January 1, 2009. Psi Upsilon.

'56 BA—Alexander Wohlgemuth of Brooklyn, NY, March 25, 2009; partner and vice chairman of the board, Ernst & Co.; active in community and alumni affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'57 BS Ag—Donald P. Garrett of West Chester, PA, December 12, 2008; owner, specialty clothing shops; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'57, BEE '58—Richard J. Ohst of Rancho Palos Verdes, CA, January 11, 2009; retired engineer, Hughes Aircraft Co.; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Alice (Klinko) '47.

'58 BS Ag—Robert S. Mace of Palatine Bridge, NY, February 19, 2009; owner, Shirbert Farm; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'58-60 GR—Yoshiyuki Nagaoka of Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan, January 9, 2009; owner, Nagaoka & Co. Ltd.; active in alumni affairs.

'58—Charles C. Porter of Crown Point, NY, January 29, 2009; worked for Grand Union; veteran; active in community affairs.

'58-60 GR—Rodney C. Roemer of Naperville, IL, November 1, 2008; health inspector, State of Illinois; founded X-ray, nuclear medicine, and MRI programs at Triton College; owner, Radiation Protection Consultants; active in religious affairs.

'58-59 SP Ag—Norman Sidel of Merrimac, MA, June 7, 2008; chemical engineer, Lockheed-Martin; also worked for Rohm and Hass Co.; veteran; raised German shepherds; active in community and religious affairs.

'58, BS Ag '59—Pablo Toro of Bogotá, Colombia, March 31, 2008; partner, Toro & Cia Engenieros.

'59 MD—Daniel W. Adams of North Canton, OH, March 12, 2009; physician, Stark County Women's Clinic; chairman, ob-gyn dept., Aultman Hospital; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'59 BS Hotel—George W. Bogar III of Lahaina, HI, January 2, 2009. Psi Upsilon.

'59, BA '78—Patricia Allen Brown of Carrollton, GA, October 19, 2008; clinical psychologist; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'59, BA '60—Douglas A. Stevenson of Middletown, DE, December 28, 2008; chemist; private tutor; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Chi Sigma.

'59, BS Ag '60—Warren E. Wagner of Pittsboro, NC, formerly of Darien, CT, March 16, 2009; worked for Arthur Andersen & Co., ITT Corp., Drexel Burnham & Co., and Audicom; active in community affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'60 PhD—Karl Berkelman of Ithaca, NY, February 26, 2009; Goldwin Smith professor emeritus of physics; leader in experimental particle physics; director, Laboratory of Nuclear Studies; helped develop the Cornell Electron Storage Ring and versions of CLEO; led the first successful measurement of the pi meson; visiting scientist, CERN and DESY laboratories; author; active in professional affairs. Wife, Mary (Hobbie) '57.

'60 BS Hotel—Charles E. Beyer of Millstadt, IL, November 12, 2008; retired US Navy; worked for ARA Food Service; massage therapist; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'60 BA—Carol Thierfelder Frank of Stanley, NY, January 22, 2009; retired administrator. Kappa Delta. Husband, John A. Frank '59.

'60 BS ILR—William J. Killoran of Beach Haven Park, NJ, formerly of Hyde Park, NY, December 5, 2008; worked for Central Hudson Gas and Electric, Jones and Laughlin Steel, and Koppers; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Wife, Maureen (Riley) '62.

'60-61 SP Ag—Anthony Lyga of Glendale, AZ, formerly of Whitesboro, NY, April 1, 2008; worked for General Electric; active in religious affairs.

'60 MFS—Col. Thurman O. Martin of Folly Beach, SC, January 7, 2008; retired US Army officer; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'60 BS ILR—Burdette B. Murphy of Rochester, NY, May 22, 2008; personnel director, Rochester plant, Delco; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'61 EdD—Bernard Feierstein of Raleigh, NC, formerly of Ithaca, NY, March 14, 2009; school psychologist, Ithaca school system; furniture maker; photographer.

'61 BA—William F. Wiseman of Weston, MA, April 8, 2008; worked with Little Brown & Co. and David Godine Publishing; controller and business mgr., Children's Museum of Boston; active in community and alumni affairs. Delta Phi.

'62, BArch '63—Klaus W. Herdeg of New York City, February 21, 2009; professor emeritus of architecture, Columbia U.

'62 GR—Milo D. Himes Jr. of Chagrin Falls, OH, August 27, 2008; worked for the Cleveland Welfare Federation and the Asia Foundation (Dacca, Bangladesh); active in civic and community affairs.

'62 LLB—Edward E. Mayer of East Clandon, Surrey, UK, January 30, 2009; motor racing entrepreneur; head of McLaren Formula One team; operated Mayer Motor Racing; ran the Penske IndyCar team; attorney; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'62 BA—Barbara D. McNeill of Twinsburg, OH, January 9, 2009; director of communications, Inst. of Noetic Sciences; editor; active in religious affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'62 BA—Kerrick C. Securda of San Martin, CA, August 8, 2008; VP and director of marketing and sales in plastics, lasers, electro-optics, and medical device industries; expert in corporate strategy; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'63 BA—R. Scott Brown of Los Gatos, CA, January 12, 2009; retired semiconductor executive; VP of worldwide sales, Xilinx Inc.; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'63 BA—Sidney D. Clark of Hilton Head Island, SC, November 3, 2008; attorney; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'63—Karen Kerr Eggar of Gilbert, AZ, April 6, 2003. Husband, Michael C. W. Eggar '60.

'63 BS Ag—Robert W. Lodder of Trumansburg, NY, March 11, 2009; owner, T-Burg Toys; veteran; author; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Chi. Wife, Judith (Snyder) '64.

'63 EdD—Harrison H. Payne of Jamesville, NY, December 23, 2008; retired professor.

'63 PhD—Jean-Luc Rocour of Eindhoven, Netherlands, December 3, 2008; financial controller, Phillips Int'l/China.

'64—Joan E. Patrie of Jamestown, NY, August 8, 2007; professor of humanities, Jamestown Community College; communications consultant; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'64 BA—Charles F. Sweet of Charlotte, NC, March 31, 2009; consultant. Seal & Serpent.

'64—Stephen A. Vosper of Charlottesville, VA, May 8, 2008; systems services representative, IBM.

'65 MBA—J. Christopher Sprung of Ft. Myers, FL, January 23, 2009; business executive.

'66 PhD—Steven K. Thomason of Newport, OR, April 4, 2007; professor, Simon Fraser U.

'66 PhD—James L. Wolfe of Mobile, AL, July 27, 2008; assoc. VP for research and dean of the graduate school, U. of South Alabama; executive director, Archbold Biological Station; professor, U. of Alabama and Mississippi State U.; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'67 PhD—Fred Somkin of Ithaca, NY, February 1, 2009; professor emeritus of history, Cornell U.; attorney; counsel before the McCarthy Committee; veteran; author; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'68, BS Hotel '69—Barry A. Bolay of Plant City, FL, October 13, 2008; owner, Southern Homes of Polk County; restaurateur. Sigma Pi.

'68 MEE—Alfred L. Dunklee of Torrance, CA, formerly of La Canada, CA, April 26, 2007; electrical engineer. Wife, Joanna (Hamel), MEd '65.

'68—Bernard A. Li of Rancho Santa Fe, CA, May 3, 2008.

'69 BEE, MEE '70—William F. Kaufman of Hilton Head Island, SC, January 21, 2009; electrical engineer, General Electric; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'69 MS—Leonard E. Olson Jr. of Frederick, MD, August 31, 2008; physicist, Goddard Space Center; worked on the Hubble telescope and the Cosmic Background Interference project; worked at Ames Research Lab; also worked for Marin County Project Homeless Connect; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'69 MA, PhD '72—Robert C. Rice of Mulgrave, Victoria, Australia, February 24, 2009; retired associate professor of economics, Monash U.; expert on economic development in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Sub-Saharan Africa; author; active in professional affairs.

'70 MD—Harold W. Ward Jr. of San Diego, CA, October 20, 2008; physician.

'71 BS HE—Pamela A. Morgan of Newton, MA, November 17, 2008; worked with Boston Women's Health Collective; co-author, Our Bodies, Ourselves; professional dancer; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'71 BS Hotel—Jonathan L. Palewicz of San Francisco, CA, March 11, 2009; union activist and shop steward, Unite Here; attorney; bellman; active in civic and professional affairs.

'71 PhD—George F. Sheldon of Lansing, NY, March 18, 2009; linguist; directed courses in English and linguistics, Algeria; taught at Air Language School, Izmir, Turkey; worked in Vietnam; veteran; painter; active in community and professional affairs.

'72 MD/MNS—John B. Coombs of Gig Harbor, WA, January 19, 2009; associate VP for medical affairs and vice dean for regional affairs, and first holder of the Theodore J. Phillips professor in family medicine, U. of Washington Medical School; pediatrician and family doctor; established Obstetrical Access Clinic, Pierce County, WA; established Pediatric Sexual Abuse Clinic, Mary Bridge Children's Hospital; director, Tacoma Family Medicine Residency; VP, medical affairs, MultiCare; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'72, BCE '73, MCE '74—Martin J. Murphy of Huntersville, NC, September 1, 2008; utilities and manufacturing consultant for Theodore Barry & Assocs., Peat Marwick, Toter Inc., Chicago Pneumatic, and Schumaker & Co.; active in community affairs.

'72, BArch '73—David L. Ross of Pittsburgh, PA, March 3, 2009; founder and principal, The Design Alliance Architects; active in community and alumni affairs. Phi Gamma Delta. '73 DVM—John J. Wright of Phelps, NY, January 30, 2009; veterinarian, Phelps Veterinary Hospital.

'74, BA '75—Mark R. Fischer of Medford, MA, formerly of West Hartford, CT, March 5, 2009; senior consultant, CGI-USA; worked in computer science and insurance; active in community and religious affairs.

'74 MA, PhD '76—Sylvia L. Stultz of Denver, CO, June 18, 2006; psychologist.

'76, BS Ag '78—Stuart R. Santelmann of Milford, NH, May 2, 2008; social worker; director of outpatient services, St. Ann's Home; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'77 BME—Thomas S. McLoughlin of Medfield, MA, October 19, 2008; engineer. Phi Gamma Delta.

'78 BS Ag—Robert A. Polera of Williamsburg, VA, February 18, 2009; Northeast regional facilities manager, Sears; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'78 BS ILR—Brett M. Winson of Ridgefield, CT, February 18, 2009; human resource executive; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Pi.

'79 BA—Leona Mikolay of Mystic, CT, August 31, 2008; manager, Pfizer; active in community affairs. Husband, Matthew D. Fay '79.

'80 BS ILR—James J. Boulet Jr. of Alexandria, VA, January 16, 2009; executive director, English First Federation; legislative director, Liberty Federation; staff member, Heritage Foundation and Gun Owners of America; lobbyist; author; active in civic affairs.

'80 BS HE—Bruce D. Diamond of Seattle, WA, February 1, 2009.

'80—Alfred D. Hess of Norwood, NJ, November 15, 2008; emergency registered nurse; senior clinical analyst, EDIMS; chief, Norwood Emergency Medical Service; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Phi Sigma Epsilon.

'80 BS Ag—Nancy J. Okun of Cincinnati, OH, September 1, 2008; sales representative, Forge Lumber Co.

'80 BS Ag, MS Ag '93—Sheila E. Underhill of Poughkeepsie, NY, January 24, 2009; economist, NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets; active in civic and community affairs.

'81 MILR—William E. Stiles Jr. of Aurora, CO, May 24, 2008.

'82 BME—David J. Lowry of Eden Prairie, MN, September 10, 2007; senior research scientist, Honeywell; also worked for Northrup Corp.; active in professional and alumni affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'83 BEE, MEE '85—David V. Lapoff of Honeoye Falls, NY, February 15, 2009; design engineer; personal fitness advisor.

'83 PhD—Dosuk D. Lee of Chestnut Hill, MA, July 19, 2004; professor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine; active in professional affairs.

'83 MA, PhD '85—Thomas J. Luster of East Lansing, MI, March 15, 2009; professor of child and family ecology, Michigan State --U.; active in community affairs.

'86 MFA—Steven G. Tyler of Winter Haven, FL, July 6, 2007; actor; musician.

'87 MS Ag, PhD '90—Xiangzhong Yang of Storrs Mansfield, CT, February 5, 2009; stem cell scientist; successfully cloned the first farm animal in the US; professor and director of the Center for Regenerative Biology, U. of Connecticut; also taught at Cornell U.; active in professional affairs. Wife, Xiuchun (Tian), PhD '95.

'88 PhD—Victoria M. Riseman of Allentown, PA, January 26, 2009; biochemist, Bio-mol Int'l; professor and head of the genetic engineering program, Cedar Crest College; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Husband, Konrad T. Howitz, PhD '85.

'93 PhD—Rosalia M. Chow of Fairfax, VA, formerly of Boston, MA, October 12, 2008; analyst, Mass. General Hospital; active in community affairs.

'94, BS Ag '97—Michael E. Porch of Ithaca, NY, February 6, 2009; veteran.

'97 MA, PhD '03—Colin J. Smith of Winston Salem, NC, June 22, 2008; professor of Bible and biblical languages, Baptist Bible College and Piedmont Bible College and Graduate School; Baptist minister; active in professional affairs.

'99 MBA—Cory S. Satin of Reseda, CA, January 27, 2008; sales manager.

'05 BA—Jennifer D. Mathiason of Webster, NY, February 22, 2009; poet; artist; musician.

 
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