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'28 BA, JD '30—Col. Howard S. Levie of Portsmouth, RI, April 19, 2009; legal expert on the law of war; key draftsman of the Korean War Armistice agreement; chief, Army JAG Corps' Int'l Affairs Division; professor emeritus, St. Louis U. School of Law; lecturer, Naval War College; veteran; author; active in professional and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'29 BA—Ruth Calkins Guerin of Marshall, MI, April 3, 2009. Delta Gamma.

'29—Eloise Barry Oakes of Medina, NY, May 14, 2009; librarian; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'30 BS HE—Dora Wagner Conrath (Mrs. Robert E. '30) of Fairfield, CA, April 30, 2009; active in alumni affairs.

'32 BA—James W. Oppenheimer of Buffalo, NY, May 18, 2009; real estate executive; former class correspondent; active in artistic, civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Zeta Beta Tau.

'32 BEE—Harold B. Smith of Walworth, NY, May 23, 2004; worked for General Motors.

'33, BS Ag '34—Katharine Merritt Bell of Peace Dale, RI, April 2, 2009; retired secretary.

'33 BA—Frances Staley Durham (Mrs. Archibald G. '31) of Medford, NJ, January 13, 2009; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'33 BS HE—Ernestine Elmendorf Taylor of Yarmouth Port, MA, March 3, 2009; manager, museum gift shop, Albany Inst. of History and Art; dietitian; active in civic and community affairs.

'34—Donald H. Ramsey of Fairmont, MN, January 2, 2009; engineer and labor relations worker, Firestone Tire and Rubber; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'35, BA '37—Arthur H. Dick of Rutland, VT, and Boca Raton, FL, December 8, 2007; real estate agent; owner, Dicks' Dress Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'35 BA—Elizabeth Strong Diebold (Mrs. Charles H. '30, PhD '37) of Ottumwa, IA, formerly of Peralta, NM, January 14, 2009; past secretary, Albuquerque chapter of NAACP; deacon, Presbyterian Church; farmer; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'35 BME—Frank Ptacek of Blue Bell, PA, January 3, 2008.

'35 BME—Eugene C. Schum of Huntsville, AL, March 14, 2009; owner, Schum Engineering Sales Co.; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'35 BS Ag—Lyle M. Thorpe of Tolland, CT, November 11, 2008; director, Connecticut Dept. of Fisheries and Game; consultant on fisheries restoration projects; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'35 BS Ag—Beatrice Coleman Wells of Miami Beach, FL, April 6, 2009; active in alumni affairs.

'36-38 SP Ag—James E. Abel of Hackettstown, NJ, March 7, 2009; research chemist, Picatinny Arsenal; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. '

36 MS—Alexander P. H. Barclay of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 16, 2008; general mgr., professional equipment division, Philips Electronic Industries; mgr., electrical engineering, Canada Post; general mgr., Ryerson Applied Research; also worked for Canadian Westinghouse, Northern Electric, Research Enterprises, and Rogers Radio Tubes; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'36 BS HE—Mary Park Carsman of Cincinnati, OH, December 16, 2008; worked as an aide to Eleanor Roosevelt; active in community and religious affairs.

'36 BA—Helen Harding Clark (Mrs. Charles A. '37) of Binghamton, NY, April 16, 2009; past president, American Assn. of University Women; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'36 BME—Marshall S. Eldridge of Goshen, NY, March 1, 2009; community relations manager and manufacturing laboratory manager, Avon Products; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'36 BA—Blanche Allegra Law Ireland of Glens Falls and Lake George, NY, March 18, 2009; resident director, Morrisville Agricultural and Technical College; English teacher; former class correspondent; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'36 BEE—Lt. Col. C. H. Leet of Chapel Hill, NC, February 19, 2009; electrical engineer, Exide and Rayovac; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'36-40 GR—Ruby Rice Little of Eugene, OR, February 2, 2009; research botanist, US Agricultural Research Service; assisted her husband on Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees and other textbooks; artist; shape-note singer; active in community and professional affairs.

'36 BA—Marian Killips Longyear of Kennebunk, ME, May 20, 2008; homemaker. Delta Delta Delta.

'36 BME—Andrew W. Peirce of Saint Joseph, MI, March 14, 2009. Beta Theta Pi.

'36-37 GR—Philip B. Post of Gowanda, NY, February 16, 2009; taught horticulture at SUNY at Alfred Ag & Tech College; retired chemical stockroom keeper, Alfred U. College of Ceramics; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'37, BA '38—Robert C. Brown of Vero Beach, FL, June 12, 2009; realtor; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'37 BA—Virginia Cobb of Ithaca, NY, April 19, 2009; psychiatric social worker; active in alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'37 BA—John S. DeBeers of Santa Rosa, CA, May 20, 2009; economist, Inter-American Development Bank, Puerto Rican Govt. Development Bank, Latin American Division of the US Treasury Dept.; trustee, Deep Springs College; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'37 BA, JD '39—Samuel B. Groner of Chevy Chase, MD, May 16, 2009; administrative law judge; attorney; member, board of contract appeals, Dept. of Labor; associate chief trial lawyer, Dept. of the Navy; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'37-39 SP Ag—Kenneth I. Hale of Cheshire, CT, December 14, 2008; poultry farmer; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'37—Alfred A. Reiss of Manhasset, NY, March 31, 2009; senior VP, Douglas Leigh and Van Wagner Communications; veteran; active in community relations. Beta Sigma Rho.

'37 MD—Arthur M. Rogers of Lake Wales, FL, August 25, 2004; physician.

'37—Baird R. Tewksbury Jr. of Stuart, FL, May 13, 2008; real estate broker; active in community affairs. Delta Phi.

'37 DVM—Victor F. Van Wagenen of Fultonville, NY, April 18, 2009; veterinarian.

'38 BA, PhD '60—Mary Stillman Zink of Orono, ME, December 30, 2008; dean of women and director, university testing service, U. of Maine; head resident, Elon College and Duke U.; executive, Girl Scouts of America; member, first educational commission to China during the Cold War; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'39—Myron K. Baldwin of Phelps, NY, March 4, 2008.

'39 BA—Robert T. Horn of Ithaca, NY, May 4, 2009; senior VP in charge of investment, Cornell U.; veteran; pianist and organist; Civil War history enthusiast; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'39 BA, BS Chem E '40—Thomas N. Ingerson of Easton, MD, December 14, 2008; retired plant manager, FMC Corp.; active in civic and community affairs.

'39 BS Ag—Alfred C. Kuchler of Barneveld, NY, November 5, 2008; social worker; also operated a tax service; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'39 BA—Madeleine Weil Lowens of Point Lookout, NY, May 3, 2009; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'39, BA '40—John C. McKisson of Leland, MI, and Naples, FL, formerly of Toledo, OH, April 2, 2009; president, B&D Manufacturing; VP, Toledo Steel Tube; executive VP and partner, Quickprint; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Chi Phi.

'39 BS Ag, PhD '49—Spencer H. Morrison of Wiarton, Ontario, Canada, December 30, 2008; director; active in alumni affairs.

'39 BA—Salvatore A. Yannitelli of Battle Creek, MI, January 23, 2009; retired family physician; former director, Battle Creek tuberculosis clinic; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'40 BEE—Bruce E. Nelson of Cupertino, CA, January 4, 2009; retired from Varian Associates. Tau Beta Phi.

'40 BS Ag—John A. Sigman of West Chester, PA, February 23, 2009; chief engineer, textile fibers, DuPont; active in community and religious affairs. Theta Chi.

'40—George R. Simpson of Kirkville, NY, March 2, 2009; VP, finance, GTE; veteran; active in community affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'40—Robert B. Woodbury Jr. of Lakewood, NJ, formerly of Scotch Plains, NJ, February 14, 2009; purchasing agent, Atlantic Metal Products; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'41 BA—Benjamin L. Candee of Cleveland, OH, January 10, 2009; school psychologist and supervisor for psychological services, Cleveland schools; area officer, UN Relief in Israel (1949).

'41, BA '42—Morton H. Farber of New York City, April 22, 2009; attorney for Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis, Jerry Vale, and the Copacabana; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'41 BA—John H. Galligan of Lincoln University, PA, July 6, 2006; high school English and French teacher; veteran; painter; active in community and religious affairs.

'41 BA—Dale Kuntz Galston (Mrs. Arthur W. '40) of Hamden, CT, March 19, 2009; retired psychotherapist, Clifford W. Beers Clinic; early childhood educator; guardian ad litem; active in community and professional affairs.

'41 BA—Robert L. Goldfarb of Studio City, CA, January 18, 2009; Hollywood literary agent; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'41 BS Ag—Robert C. Gulvin of Frewsburg, NY, March 2, 2009. Alpha Zeta.

'41—Helen Disbrow Hequembourg of Greenville, SC, formerly of Schenectady, NY, February 7, 2009; worked for the Hequembourg Agency. Pi Beta Phi.

'41 BA—Grace O'Dare Kimball (Mrs. Clark C. '41, LLB '48) of Santa Fe, NM, April 19, 2009; veteran; school board president; active in civic and community organizations, and in alumni affairs.

'41, BS HE '40—Hermine Lawatsch MacFadyen of Lenox, MA, January 5, 2009; homemaker; active in religious affairs.

'41 BS HE—Cornelia Merritt Merwin (Mrs. Roger M. '42) of Sykesville, MD, March 1, 2009; home economist; teacher; active in community and alumni affairs.

'41 BS Ag—Frederick W. Riggs of Woodstock, IL, formerly of Kensington, CT, January 20, 2009; district manager, Connecticut Light and Power; NROTC instructor, Northwestern U.; recruitment officer; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41 BS Ag—Harold D. Robertson of Dayton, OH, October 16, 2007; physician. Beta Theta Pi. Wife, Prudence (Lehrbach) '41.

'41 BS Ag—Prudence Lehrbach Robertson (Mrs. Harold D. '41) of Dayton, OH, March 13, 2009; active in community and religious affairs.

'41, BS Nurs '43—Margaret Wood Simpson (Mrs. Raymond R. '41) of York, NY, September 12, 2008; retired nurse.

'41 BS Ag—Raymond R. Simpson of York, NY, January 7, 2009; retired farmer. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'42—Edmund R. Baker of Pompano Beach, FL, formerly of Corning, NY, January 7, 2009; worked for Corning Inc.; veteran. Phi Gamma Delta.

'42 BA—Ruth Johnson Herron of Bristol, NH, January 11, 2009; photographer; artist; author; worked for MacMillan Co. and State Street Trust; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'42 BS HE—Margaret Bull Majak of Watertown, NY, January 29, 2009; active in alumni affairs.

'42—Joseph S. Silvera of Rocklin, CA, formerly of Hercules, CA, December 4, 2008; retired from Sacramento County; also worked for McDonnell Douglas; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'42 BA—Emily Germer St. John of Lake Oswego, OR, April 27, 2009; marriage and family counselor; artist; pilot; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'43 BME—Robert C. Byrne of Greenwood Village, CO, February 12, 2009. Chi Psi.

'43 BME—Jes J. Dall III of Old Greenwich, CT, March 17, 2009; custom home builder, Clarke Builders Inc.; active in civic and alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'43 BS HE—Elizabeth Barlow Davids of Charles Town, WV, February 13, 2009; owner, The Dressing Room; active in religious affairs.

'43 BS Ag—James H. Decker of Cincinnati, OH, February 21, 2009; social worker; taught at Ohio State U.; veteran; active in community affairs. Wife, Marjorie (Heit) '43.

'43, BS Ag '46—George E. Hiebeler Jr. of Brenham, TX, formerly of Chatham, NY, March 27, 2009; worked for Sterling Winthrop pharmaceutical company; former farmer; veteran.

'43—Martin L. Kay of White Plains, NY, April 8, 2009; owner and operator, L. Katzenstein & Co.; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Sigma Delta.

'43 BME—Arthur J. LaCroix of Needham and Sagamore Beach, MA, February 12, 2009; project engineer, New England Electric System; veteran; active in community affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'43 BA—Kent D. Lawson of Oneonta, NY, February 24, 2009; professor emeritus, SUNY Oneonta; also taught at Bennington College; developed EDUX, a course in creative thought; active in professional affairs.

'43 B Chem E—Edward D. Lewis of Washington, DC, September 6, 2007.

'43—Leo Lewis of Washington, DC, January 22, 2005.

'43—Henry T. Sheldon of Hunter, NY, July 27, 2008; pension and insurance broker; financial planner; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'44, BS Ag '47, MS Ag '49—Maurice E. Becker of Albuquerque, NM, December 28, 2008; microbiologist; directed state virology laboratories in Maryland and Michigan; veteran; artist; writer; Albuquerque Citizen of the Year, 1999; active in community affairs.

'44, BCE '47—Robert T. Cochran II of Summit, NJ, January 7, 2009; wholesale produce merchant; president, Robert T. Cochran and Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Chi Psi.

'44 BA—Virginia Walker Colbath of Wolfeboro, NH, formerly of Laconia, NH, December 18, 2008; elementary school teacher; active in community affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'44 BA—Roseann Gibbons Davis of Deland, FL, April 1, 2009; hotelier; writer; pianist; active in community affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'44—Lenore Kaplan Finkelstein of Longboat Key, FL, March 28, 2009.

'44—Morton Guttenberg of Pittsford, NY, April 2, 2009; dentist; associate professor, U. of Rochester Medical and Dental School; veteran.

'44, BA '47, MD '51—Robert L. Hirsch of Rye, NY, March 20, 2009; former medical director, Greater New York Blood Program. Sigma Alpha Mu. Wife, Lillian (Levine) '45.

'44, BME '47—Stewart E. Lauer Jr. of Pittsburgh, PA, March 22, 2009; worked for Westinghouse Electric; veteran. Alpha Tau Omega.

'44, BS Ag '43, MS Ag '48—Edgar R. Lemon of Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, March 30, 2009; agronomy professor, Cornell U.; active in professional affairs. Acacia.

'44 BME—William H. Schlegel of Wyomissing, PA, February 23, 2009; president, Cacoosing Industries; executive, Berkshire Knitting Mills; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'45-46 SP Ag—Eino V. Alve of Spencer, NY, May 29, 2009; retired dairy farmer; veteran; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'45—Robert J. Aronson of Brewer, ME, January 11, 2009; operated Merry-Go-Round Children's Shop; veteran.

'45 BA—Laurel L. Bolgiano of New York City, June 10, 2009; social worker. Chi Omega.

'45 BME—Richard H. Brown of Milford, PA, December 27, 2008. Phi Delta Theta.

'45, B Chem E '48—O. Thomas Buffalow Jr. of San Mateo, CA, March 27, 2009; worked for Chevron Corp.; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'45 BA—Elizabeth B. Cauhape of San Francisco, CA, March 3, 2009; sociology teacher, San Jose State U. and Ohlone College; counselor and licensed psychologist; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'45, BS HE '44—Carol Graves Christie of Bedford, VA, January 20, 2009; kindergarten teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'45—Gilberta Stevens Cism of Harpursville, NY, May 29, 2009; homemaker; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs. Husband, Franklyn P. Cism Jr. '49.

'45—Raymond T. Cole of Sodus, NY, February 20, 2007. Phi Delta Theta.

'45 BEE—Wilbur R. Comstock of Penn Yan, NY, March 26, 2009; electrical engineer, General Electric; farmer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'45, BA '44, MD '47—William J. Grant of Fort Myers, FL, March 19, 2009; physician. Sigma Pi.

'45, BS HE '44—Mary Mershon Hoffman of Annapolis, MD, January 8, 2009; teacher; author; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, William F. Hoffman Jr. '45, BCE '44.

'45, MD '48—Alan Iddles of Dillon, MT, formerly of Bozeman, MT, February 26, 2009; surgeon; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Sigma Chi.

'45—Richard D. Idler of Bigfork, MT, formerly of Malibu, CA, January 11, 2009; real estate developer; also worked for Alcoa; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'45, BS Hotel '48—George M. Irey of Ocala, FL, January 28, 2009; store planner, JC Penney; veteran. Phi Kappa Tau.

'45, BME '47—Henry P. Kirchner of State College, PA, December 11, 2008; founder and president, Ceramic Finishing Co.; also worked at Linden Laboratories, Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, and Corning Glass Works; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Delta Phi. Wife, Elizabeth (Parsons) '50.

'45—William B. Lambert of Oakwood, OH, and Naples, FL, January 7, 2009; owner, Lambert Corp.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Beta Theta Pi. Wife, Evelyn (Knowlton) '45.

'45—Hamilton A. Mero of Oneida, NY, February 14, 2009; architect; senior resident architect, Griffiss Air Force Base; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'46 PhD—Willard E. Caldwell of Washington, DC, December 14, 2008; professor emeritus of psychology, George Washington U.; researched sleep apnea and sudden infant death syndrome; editor.

'46 BS Ag—William C. Carter of Trenton, NJ, June 11, 2008.

'46 BME—Alfred E. Czerkas of Irondequoit, NY, March 22, 2009; worked for Eastman Kodak; active in religious affairs.

'46, BS Ag '49—Eugene Freund of East Canaan, CT, December 5, 2008; president, Freund Farm Inc.; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'46 BS HE—Lillian von Wieding Haggart of Grand Island, NE, formerly of St. Paul, NE, January 25, 2009; administrative assistant/bookkeeper, St. Paul public schools; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'46, BA '45—Anne Bordon Meyer of New Rochelle, NY, April 6, 2009; real estate agent. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'46, BA '47—Harry C. Middleton III of West Chester, PA, March 20, 2009; president, Lighting Associates; veteran; active in community affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'46, BA '47—Walker S. Richardson of Harrisville, NH, December 29, 2006; executive.

'46 BS HE—Jean Kutschbach Samper of Bogotá, Colombia, March 8, 2009. Husband, Armando Samper '43.

'47 BS Ag—George B. Becker of Port Orange, FL, November 25, 2008; area administrator, Purdue Extension Services; veteran; active in religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'47 BA—Joy Peters Bizik of Tucson, AZ, March 30, 2009; retired educational administrator.

'47—John A. Brownell Jr. of New London, CT, December 22, 2008; pilot; schoolteacher; also worked for General Dynamics; veteran; author.

'47 BA—Fent Hoffman Ferris (Mrs. Arthur F., PhD '50) of Fremont, CA, February 24, 2009; professor, St. Mary's College of Maryland and U. of Missouri, Kansas City; active in professional affairs.

'47, BS HE '46—Joyce Bolt Hales of Bountiful, UT, formerly of Queensbury, NY, December 11, 2008; home economics teacher; active in religious affairs.

'47—Raymond L. Johnson of Berwyn, PA, August 25, 2008.

'47 BA—Harold Tepperman of San Antonio, TX, November 23, 2008; pharmaceutical researcher, Johnson & Johnson; also worked for Cooper Vision; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Rita (Koenig) '42.

'47 MS, PhD '49—William P. Van Eseltine of Louisville, KY, formerly of Athens, GA, February 6, 2009; professor emeritus of microbiology, U. of Georgia; also taught

at Clemson U.; active in professional affairs.

'48 PhD—James M. Beattie of State College, PA, March 4, 2009; professor emeritus of horticulture and dean, College of Agricultural Sciences, Penn State U.; professor of pomology, Ohio State U.; associate director, Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'48 BArch—Theodore O. Boyd of Huntingdon Valley, PA, November 3, 2008; retired director of construction, F. W. Woolworth Co.; former USMC lieutenant; served in the South Pacific and landed on Iwo Jima; active in church Seniors Club.

'48—Paul R. Chanin of Palm Beach, FL, formerly of New York City, April 30, 2009; real estate developer; civil engineer; architect; restaurateur; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'48—Elorsa Moot Garrison of Hyde Park, NY, February 17, 2009; piano teacher; newspaper columnist; youth choir director; dental assistant; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'48 BS ILR—Christopher L. Henderson of Safety Harbor, FL, May 5, 2009; assistant to the chairman, US Atomic Energy Commission; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'48—Leonard J. Jamiolkowski of New Paltz, NY, December 22, 2008; coordinator of engineering education, IBM; veteran; active in community affairs.

'48 JD—Stanley M. Levy of Silver Spring, MD, April 16, 2009; administrative law judge, Federal Maritime Commission; staff lawyer, Office of Price Stabilization, Justice Dept., US Navy, and Small Business Administration; law professor, U. of Arkansas; veteran; author; TV host; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'48 BA—Arthur R. Seaton Jr. of East Williston, NY, November 27, 2008; retired sales executive and regional pharmaceutical mgr., Parke Davis; veteran; active in religious and alumni affairs.

'48 BA—Arthur M. Shelton Jr. of Hot Springs, AR, formerly of Oakland, CA, February 28, 2009; attorney; corporate mediator; co-founder, CalPine; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Phi.

'48 LLB—Leonard C. Thompson of Prairie Village, KS, February 19, 2009; worked for Glen Falls Insurance Co.; attorney; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'49 BS HE—Virginia Hagemeyer Adami of Deerfield, NH, May 9, 2009. Pi Beta Phi.

'49—Bruce H. Banks of Norfolk, VA, January 5, 2009; retired asst. field director, American Red Cross; veteran; active in professional affairs. Delta Phi.

'49 MS—Eileen B. Burke of Glenview, IL, July 6, 2008.

'49—James V. Cotter of Stafford, VA, December 16, 2008; special agent, FBI; inspector, FBI Nat'l Academy, Quantico; law enforcement consultant; headed Commission on Accreditation of Law Enforcement Agencies; also worked for Burroughs Adding Machine Co.; veteran; active in professional affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'49 BS Ag—James W. Coulter of Lockport, NY, April 17, 2009; agricultural chemical salesman, Chevron Chemical; operated Coulter Farms; pioneer in reduced tillage/no-till systems; innovator in strawberry and small fruit production; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho. Wife, Shirley (Nagler) '49.

'49 BS HE—Marian Madison Di Stasio of Spring Lake Heights, NJ, and West Palm Beach, FL, December 17, 2008; active in community affairs.

'49 BS ORIE—Richard S. Eisenbrown of Chagrin Falls, OH, June 1, 2008. Kappa Sigma.

'49 BCE, MCE '56—Jerry J. Fallon of Santa Rosa, CA, March 27, 2008; civil engineer.

'49 BME—Richard P. Feyk of Stony Brook, NY, August 17, 2008; retired engineer, Grumman Corp.; veteran. Tau Beta Phi.

'49 MBA—Paul J. Gordon of Bloomington, IN, January 5, 2009; professor emeritus of management, Kelley School of Business, U. of Indiana.

'49 JD—Philip S. Hesby of Findlay, OH, March 25, 2009; investor; attorney; active in alumni affairs.

'49 BA, JD '52—John E. Hoefer of Odessa, FL, April 5, 2006; attorney. Alpha Tau Omega.

'49 BME—Stanley K. Kempner of Southold, NY, December 1, 2005; director, environmental dept., Western Electric; veteran; active in community affairs.

'49 BS Hotel—Lewis J. Malamut of Atlantic City, NJ, and Boca Raton, FL, April 2, 2009; president, Shelburne Assocs.; hotelier; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Lambda Phi.

'49—James S. McEntegart of Saddle River, NJ, and Jupiter Island, FL, May 20, 2009; president, McEntegart Construction Co.; president, Melmac Management Co.; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Pi.

'49 BA—Walter A. Peek of Beaver Falls, PA, April 17, 2009; president, Walter D. Peek paper sales company; veteran; barbershop choral singer; active in community and alumni affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'49 BS HE—Elaine Tobkin Pelavin of San Francisco, CA, December 7, 2008; consultant, San Francisco Dept. of Public Education; pioneer, Head Start Program; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'49 BS Ag—James W. Saville of Orchard Park, NY, May 4, 2009. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'49—Theodore A. White of Clayton, NY, December 27, 2006; worked for LaFargeville Agway and Farm Supply; accountant, General Electric; active in civic, communi-

ty, and religious affairs.

'50 B Chem E—William T. Bedenk of Newnan, GA, December 18, 2008; chemical engineer.

'50 MS, PhD '55—Milton F. Boyden of Covelo, CA, December 16, 2008; school superintendent; worked in education at the federal, state, and local levels; researched educational access for Native Americans; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'50—Newton C. Burnett Jr. of Jupiter, FL, June 6, 2008. Phi Kappa Psi.

'50—Thomas C. Chace of Sisters, OR, March 23, 2009. Chi Psi.

'50 MS Ag—William J. Collins of Tempe, AZ, formerly of Clinton Township, MI, February 16, 2009; dairy extension agent and researcher in the artificial breeding of cattle; worked for Mississippi State U., Montana State U., Kansas State U., and Michigan State U.; active in community and religious affairs.

'50, BS HE '51—Evelyn Jones De Hart (Mrs. Ralph B. '51) of Brooksville, FL, March 7, 2009; elementary school teacher; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'50 BS Ag—Donald E. Hope of Fresno, CA, February 23, 2009; division marketing manager, Pennwalt Corp.; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'50-52 GR—Lewis P. Mason of Ogunquit, ME, January 9, 2009; attorney; retired parole officer, NYS Executive Dept., Div. of Parole; veteran. Wife, Patricia (Hewson) '55.

'50 BS Hotel—John W. McCormick of Stamford, CT, February 23, 2009; VP and nat'l training director, Howard Johnson Co.; general mgr., restaurant operations, Nathan's Famous; owner, Tiffin Restaurant; wrote the sanitation manual, New York State Food Merchants Assn.; feature writer, Gannett Westchester Rockland newspapers; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'50 BS Ag—Gerhard A. Schad of Chadds Ford, PA, April 25, 2009; professor of parasitology, U. of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine; expert on hookworms; also taught at McGill U. and Johns Hopkins U.; author; active in professional affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'50 BME—Theodore H. Schoenberg of Charlton, NY, April 2, 2009; mechanical engineer; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'50, BEE '51—Allen W. Strack of Saratoga Springs, NY, March 20, 2009; veteran.

'51 BA—Richard D. Borden of Portland, OR, February 24, 2008.

'51—Frederick D. Chapin of Winchester, OR, November 3, 2008.

'51 BS ILR—Eugene P. Dennehy of Upper Arlington, OH, April 21, 2009; director of labor relations, American Electric Power; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 LLB—James B. Doyle of Penfield, NY, October 7, 2006; attorney.

'51 BS Ag—Harold J. Farmer of Robbinsville, NC, May 31, 2009; veteran. Pi Kappa Phi.

'51 BME—William J. Johenning of Wallingford, PA, June 26, 2008; worked for General Electric.

'51 BA—David J. Kallen of Grand Ledge, MI, April 20, 2009; professor of sociology, Dept. of Pediatrics and Human Development, Michigan State U.; author; editor; photographer; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Watermargin. Wife, Sandra (Ames) '56.

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

'51 MS Chem E—Frederick W. Mader of West Grove, PA, December 12, 2008; senior research fellow, Chambers Works' Jackson Lab; also worked for DuPont Experimental Station; veteran.

'51 MBA—Roger R. Palmer of San Marcos, TX, formerly of St. Paul, MN, December 18, 2008; senior VP and comptroller, First Bank; emeritus professor of finance, St. Thomas U.; veteran; photographer; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 BS Ag—James A. Paul of Mesa, AZ, December 29, 2008.

'51, BEE '52—Donald H. Shenk of Puyallup, WA, November 30, 2008; worked for Pacific First Federal Bank; also worked as computer programmer for General Electric/Honeywell; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'52 BA—Lawrence D. Breslau of Baltimore, MD, March 23, 2009; psychiatrist; expert in geriatric psychiatry; practiced in Baltimore and Cleveland; active in professional affairs.

'52 MEd—Albert R. Connors of New Hartford, NY, March 19, 2009; senior employment interviewer, NYS Dept. of Labor; supervisor of vocational education, Newport News, VA; veteran; author; train aficionado; active in community and religious affairs.

'52 BA—Charles W. Daves of Princeton, NJ, May 2, 2009; educator; active in community affairs. Watermargin.

'52 BA—Carlene Dyke Ludlum (Mrs. David B. '51) of Delmar, NY, March 31, 2009; active in community affairs.

'52 BS Ag—Kenneth G. Mayne of Burlington Flats, NY, January 25, 2009; retired from Carpenter Union Local 258; outdoorsman; certified hunter safety instructor; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'52 JD—Robert A. Mendelsohn of White Plains, NY, December 28, 2008; attorney; NYS no-fault arbitrator; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Wife, Leah (Loonsk) '53.

'52 BS Hotel—E. Whitney Mitchell of Stuart, FL, May 17, 2009; real estate broker; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'52—Joseph L. Wannamaker of St. Matthews, SC, February 18, 2009; cotton farmer; operated W. W. Wannamaker Seed Farms; introduced in-row subsoiling; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'52 MS Ag, EdD '62—Hoyt M. Warren of Auburn, AL, February 28, 2009; assistant director, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service; veteran; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'53, B Chem E '54—James E. Baumann of Pinehurst, NC, February 10, 2008; senior sales executive, Baker Perkins Inc.; veteran; active in community affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'53—George O. Bluhm of Fairport, NY, March 10, 2009; president, Parkside Dairy; veteran.

'53 BA—Frederick J. Damerau of Goshen, CT, formerly of North Salem, NY, January 27, 2009; pioneer in artificial intelligence; worked for IBM; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Wife, Diane (Deci) '54.

'53, BCE '54, MCE '58—Robert A. Dunbar of Columbus, OH, March 20, 2009; retired consulting technical engineer. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'53, B Chem E '54—Mark D. Inskeep of Wheaton, IL, January 8, 2009.

'53 BS HE—Louise Laverty Matejka of Whispering Pines, NC, formerly of New City, NY, March 13, 2009; director, Girls Club of Jamestown; asst. director, Regional Census Special Census Enumerator; real estate agent; active in community affairs. Alpha Xi Delta. Husband, Joseph P. Matejka '54.

'53 BA, MD '57—Joyce C. Shaver-Hitchings of Chapel Hill, NC, April 3, 2009; physician; specialized in the treatment of alcoholism and drug addiction; professor, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Graduate and Medical School; pianist; active in community and professional affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'53 BS Nurs—Sara Parsons Topping of Pompano Beach, FL, formerly of Lyndonville, VT, January 18, 2009; registered nurse; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Delta.

'53 BS Ag—Virginia Davis Welch of Nampa, ID, formerly of Caldwell, ID, February 16, 2009; active in community and religious affairs.

'53 PhD—Ralph D. Winter of Pasadena, CA, May 20, 2009; chancellor, William Carey Int'l U.; missionary; professor of missions, Fuller Theological Seminary; founder, US Center for World Mission; veteran.

'54—James R. Crist of Walden, NY, March 11, 2009; owner, Crist Orchards; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'54 BA—Rev. Carl S. Dudley of Hartford, CT, April 22, 2009; Presbyterian minister; author; editor; activist; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Psi. Wife, Shirley (Sanford) '55.

'54 BA—John H. N. Fernald of Easthampton, MA, April 7, 2009; banker; businessman; veteran. Theta Delta Chi.

'54 BS Hotel—Harry R. Hammond of Mantua, OH, January 1, 2009.

'54 PhD—John T. Marcus of Medford, MA, April 10, 2009; emeritus professor of history and political philosophy, Hofstra U.; also taught at Carnegie Inst. of Technology; author; active in professional affairs.

'54-56 GR—Richard C. McCrum of Portland, ME, and Palmetto, FL, December 24, 2008; professor emeritus of botany and plant pathology, U. of Maine, Orono; authority on apple virus diseases; veteran; author; artist; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'54, BME '55—Morton H. Rochman of Cedar Grove, NJ, May 21, 2009; engineer, Northrop Grumman; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'55, BCE '56—Barry Elgort of New Hyde Park, NY, May 9, 2008; civil engineer. Wife, Vivian (Nash) '55.

'55-56 GR—Leland L. Henderson of Delhi, NY, December 5, 2008; science teacher, Delaware Academy and Central School; active in community affairs.

'55 PhD—Harry L. Jacobs of Wayland, MA, January 11, 2009; chief of behavioral sciences, Natick Labs; associate professor of psychology, U. of Illinois; also taught at  U. of Rochester and Bucknell U.; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'55 BEE—Walter L. Jones of Christchurch, New Zealand, December 8, 2008; professor and administrator, U. of Canterbury. Alpha Chi Rho.

'55 DVM—Donald E. Pelloth of Woodstock, CT, February 23, 2009; veterinarian; veteran.

'56 BA—Samuel M. Ackerman of Chicago, IL, May 1, 2009; political fundraiser and civil rights activist; deputy director for personnel, City of Chicago; also worked for the Civil Service Commission; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Watermargin.

'56—Alfred Appel Jr. of Wilmette, IL, May 2, 2009; expert on Nabokov; emeritus professor of English, Northwestern U.; also taught at Columbia U.; veteran; edited The Annotated Lolita; author of Nabokov's Dark Cinema, Jazz Modernism, and books on literature and modern art; active in professional affairs.

'56 BEP—David A. DeBell of Severna Park, MD, April 6, 2009; advisory engineer, Northrop Grumman; active in religious affairs. Delta Chi.

'56 BA—Robert A. Fortuine of Wasilla, AK, May 11, 2009; professor, U. of Alaska, Anchorage; professor, WWAMI Program, U. of Washington; clinical professor of family medicine, U. of Washington School of Medicine; family and emergency room physician, Alaska Native Medical Center; officer, US Public Health Service; director, Alaska

Native Medical Center; int'l health attaché to the World Health Org., US State Dept.; author; editor; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'56 BA, PhD '64—Barton R. Friedman of Cleveland Heights, OH, May 5, 2009; educator. Beta Sigma Rho. Wife, Sheila (Siegel) '58.

'56 BS Ag—Wesley E. Harper of Mesa, AZ, formerly of Cortland, NY, December 6, 2008; chief appraiser, Arizona State Land Dept.; VP, Marine Midland Bank; veteran.

'57 MS—Rinehart Baron of Greenville, SC, formerly of Glen Head, NY, January 12, 2009; research scientist; technical writer.

'57 MS—Floyd I. Frank of Levittown, PA, April 15, 2007; president, Isis Corp.

'58 MBA—Gene A. Camerik of Plantation, FL, formerly of Memphis, TN, March 7, 2009; advertising executive, Schering-Plough Corp.; novelist; veteran.

'58, BME '59—Peter V. B. Cornell of Los Altos, CA, February 10, 2009; owned computer software bought by PeopleSoft; also worked for Ampex Corp. Alpha Delta Phi.

'58 BS Hotel—Ronald G. Fread of State College, PA, formerly of Brooklyn, NY, March 25, 2009; director of hospital food service; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'58 MBA—Arnold H. Happeny of The Villages, FL, formerly of Water Mill, NY, and New York City, February 27, 2009; municipal bondsman, Solomon Brothers and Allen and Co.; veteran.

'58—Ronald B. Jamison of Oregon City, OR, April 18, 2009; civil engineer; director of contract administration, Washington State Dept. of Transportation; also worked for FEMA; pilot; active in community and professional affairs.

'58 PhD—Shirley Miller Mackiewicz of Albany, NY, November 28, 2008; taught biology and science education, Johnson Teachers College; demonstration teacher, Lyndon Teachers College; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, John S. Mackiewicz '53, PhD '60.

'58, BS ILR '59—Robert B. Rasmussen of Charlton, NY, April 24, 2009; worked in higher education development; former VP for college relations, Union College; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'58 BS Hotel—Belford B. Russell of Kissimmee, FL, December 1, 2008. Delta Chi.

'58—Ronald M. Staring of Caroga Lake, NY, February 9, 2009; civil engineer, NYS Dept. of Transportation; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'58 BA—Hugh W. Thompson of New York City, February 21, 2009; chemistry professor, Rutgers U.; art collector; author; active in community and professional affairs. Wife, Elizabeth (Barnes), GR '66-71.

'58—Warren H. Webster of Framingham, MA, April 12, 2009; head chef, Happy Swallow Bar.

'59 MS HE—Ann Wotring Boyd of Hanover, NH, and Green Lake, NY, March 16, 2009; production supervisor, Applied Biosystems; taught dietetics, Fulton-Montgomery Community College; school lunch manager; chief home economist, Salada-Shirrif-Horsey; active in community and religious affairs.

'59 PhD—Vladimir de Lissovoy of State College, PA, January 2, 2009; professor emeritus of human development, Pennsylvania State U.; psychologist; served on the psychiatric staff, Tavistock Clinic, London; photographer; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'59, B Chem E '60—Stuart W. Knight of Tustin, CA, September 12, 2008; attorney; veteran. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'59—Alan D. Lieberson of Westport, CT, February 10, 2009; internist; attorney; partner, Internal Medicine of Westport; expert on medical and legal issues; veteran; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'59 DVM—Sydney B. K. Quartey of Accra, Ghana, March 2, 2007; veterinarian.

'59 BS Ag—Paul M. Renckens III of Dunkirk, NY, November 5, 2008; personnel director, City of Dunkirk, NY; Pi Kappa Phi. Wife, Nancy (Rickseckker) '61.

'60 MS AEP—Richard C. Merrill of Queensbury, NY, formerly of Glens Falls, NY, March 9, 2009; quality control manager, General Electric; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'60 BA—Susan Norris Rose of Columbia, MD, April 1, 2009. Alpha Phi. Husband, James F. Rose '60.

'61 DVM—Joseph W. Adams of Warwick, NY, May 7, 2009; chief veterinarian, New York City Zoos; owner, Int'l Veterinary Service Clinic; Peace Corps volunteer; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Phi.

'61 PhD—Robert S. Berger of Notasulga, AL, February 6, 2009; professor emeritus of entomology, Auburn U.; farmer; cattleman; active in religious affairs.

'62 PhD—Edwin H. Feinberg of Philadelphia, PA, April 6, 2008; scientist; environmentalist; gardener.

'62 MEd—Richard S. Haven of Sun City, AZ, formerly of Elmira, NY, March 6, 2009; high school English teacher and administrator; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'62 MS—Elgin B. Hundtoft of Torrington, WY, December 20, 2008; professor in Hawaii and Arizona; veteran; inventor; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'62 BA—Helmut L. Karbiner of Newtown Square, PA, May 8, 2009; obstetrician and gynecologist; practiced at Bryn Mawr Hospital, Main Line Women's Health, and Paoli Hospital; active in alumni affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'62, BEE '63, PhD '71—Stephen J. King of Sequim, WA, December 10, 2008; electrical engineer; active in community affairs.

'62 LLB—John A. Shields of Hamlin, NY, February 22, 2008; attorney.

'63 MST—Richard J. Burda of Guilderland, NY, December 12, 2008; high school chemistry teacher; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'63 BS Ag—Glenn L. Green of Binghamton, NY, January 12, 2009.

'63, DVM '65—James R. Morse of Camden, NY, November 27, 2004; veterinarian. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'63 DVM—Arthur E. Scheld of Clinton, CT, April 20, 2009; veterinarian; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'64 JD—Sidney Bernstein of Coconut Creek, FL, February 28, 2009; attorney.

'64 BA—Marcia McLean Dunn of Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2009; senior paralegal, Selvin & Weiner. Pi Beta Phi.

'64 PhD—M. Taher Fouad of Farmington, UT, January 5, 2009; virologist; microbiologist; CEO, Biotron Labs; developed a para-influenza vaccine for American Hoechst Pharmaceutical Co.; co-developed the Fouad-Richards medium used in the classification of bacteria; also taught at Cairo U.; author; editor; active in professional affairs.

'64 B Chem E—Peter W. Gilbert of Midland, MI, formerly of Houston, TX, April 24, 2009; manager of information systems, Dow Chemical Co.; active in community and religious affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha. Wife, Mary Ann (Blewer) '63.

'64 BS HE—Bonnie Grant James of Mayville, NY, March 4, 2009; real estate agent; consumer education teacher; newspaper columnist; operated a farm and produce business; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'64 BA—Bernard H. Moss of London, UK, April 6, 2009; history professor; journalist; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'65 PhD—Derek M. Cunnold of Dunwoody, GA, April 18, 2009; atmospheric scientist; pioneered research in climate change and ozone depletion; professor emeritus, Georgia Inst. of Technology's School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences; research associate, MIT; research fellow, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics; advanced research engineer, Sylvania Electric Systems; lead author, UN Ozone Assessment; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Susan (Robertson), MNS '65.

'65 MS Ag—Thomas C. McThenia of Middletown, PA, December 17, 2008; worked for Scott Paper Co. and Delmarva Power; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'65 BEE, MEE '66, PhD '72—William L. Wilson Jr. of Warren, VT, formerly of Houston, TX, January 20, 2009; professor of electrical engineering, Rice U.; conducted research in lasers, semiconductors, and electro-optic devices; author; active in community and professional affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'66 BS HE—Ronda Gale Kraft of Syosset, NY, February 10, 2009. Delta Phi Epsilon.

'66, BEP '67, MAero '68—William F. J. Snyder of Forest Dale, VT, March 19, 2009. Sigma Chi.

'66, BEE '67—Steven H. Sorrick of Walnut Creek, CA, March 2, 2009; executive, Pacific Telesis Group.

'67 PhD—Ashok K. Dar of Uppsala, Sweden, May 23, 2003; economist.

'67 MCE—William E. Kreber of Saint Albans, WV, May 12, 2009; professor, West Virginia State Community College; also worked with ZMM Architects and Engineers; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'67 BS Ag—David R. Northrop of Westfield, NY, December 14, 2008; grape farmer. Wife, Marilynne (Kimball) '66.

'68, BA '71—Richard Blue of Burlingame, CA, May 16, 2009; band member of the Association (as Ted Bluechel Jr.); worked in finance for Chase Manhattan. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'68 BA—Jon M. Bursen of Orange Park, FL, April 20, 2009; psychiatrist; artist. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'68—Donald R. Hock Jr. of Chambersburg, PA, February 7, 2009; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'68—Robert W. Martin of Indiana, PA, February 17, 2009; operated Wolfendales.

'68 BA—Steven J. Parker of Jamaica Plain, NY, April 13, 2009; professor and chairman of pediatrics, Boston Medical Center; co-author, with Dr. Benjamin Spock, of Baby and Child Care; editor; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'69 BS HE, '72 MS HE—Mary Ann Fiske of Albuquerque, NM, September 19, 2007.

'69 BS ILR, MS ILR '74—Mark E. Friedman of Pine City, NY, February 1, 2009; human resources consultant; active in community affairs.

'69—James Quagliano of Hawthorne, NJ, formerly of Glen Rock, NJ, February 20, 2009; woodworker who specialized in restoration of historic buildings and landmarks.

'70 JD—William C. Fahey of Irvington, NY, April 27, 2009; attorney; past president and general counsel, NY School Bus Contractors Assn.; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'70 PhD—Anthony H. Hatch of Orem, UT, March 6, 2009; professor and fruit specialist, Utah State U.; superintendent, Colorado State U. research center (Grand Junction); professor, Pennsylvania State U.; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'70—Glenn D. Johnson of Chevy Chase, MD, formerly of Annapolis, MD, February 11, 2009; consultant, US Govt.; active in community affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'70, BA '71—Charles F. Richards of Nashville, TN, February 17, 2009; asst. professor, Austin Peay State U., Dept. of Accounting and Finance.

'71 MS, PhD '75—William R. Francis of Albuquerque, NM, February 17, 2009; R&D manager, Lucent Technologies; professor of physics, Michigan State U.; researcher, Fermi Nat'l Accelerator Laboratory; active in professional affairs.

'71 MS Chem E, PhD '74—Jay V. Jackson of Wilmette, IL, April 8, 2009; engineer, Abbott Laboratories.

'71, BArch '72—Wayne A. Lemmon of Somers, NY, January 4, 2009; real estate economist; director of market research, the Baker Companies; author; editor; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'71 BA—Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick of New York City, April 12, 2009; literary critic; pioneer of gay studies; professor of English, Duke U., Amherst College, Boston U., and Hamilton College; author; active in professional affairs. Husband, Harold A. Sedgwick '67, PhD '73.

'72 BS Ag—William R. Doyle of New Orleans, LA, April 15, 2009; retired VP, Brice Building Co.; active in professional affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'72 BS Eng—Doug W. Meservey of Menlo Park, CA, March 6, 2009; owner/founder/creator of Map Solutions; software developer; yoga teacher.

'73 BS HE—Mary Corcoran Murray of Lake Hallie, WI, January 1, 2009; dietitian, Marshfield Clinic; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'73 JD—Bradley Nitkin of Greenwich, CT, March 29, 2009; president/owner, HB Nitkin Group; active in alumni affairs.

'73 PhD—Lindsay A. Weld of North Bay, Ontario, Canada, March 14, 2009.

'73 MBA—D. Lynne Wunderlich of Faribault, MN, September 18, 2008; worked for Best Toys Co.

'74, BA '73—Jeffrey M. Cersonsky of Oxford, CT, March 2, 2009; pediatrician; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Sigma Epsilon.

'74 BS Hotel—James G. Popielinski of Sarasota, FL, April 25, 2009; president, Charter One Hotels & Resorts; active in alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'75 BS Ag—Francine Zalkin Foster of Grass Valley, CA, February 16, 2009; teacher, Nevada City School District; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'75 MPS—Corinne W. Hurlbut of Tonganoxie, KS, February 11, 2009.

'76 PhD—Don V. Coleman of Corvallis, OR, January 18, 2009; taught music in Hawaii; active in community and religious affairs.

'76 MS Ag—Robin M. McMaster of Sacramento, CA, August 20, 2002; attorney; small business owner.

'77 PhD—Andre F. Fortin of Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, January 1, 2009; senior research scientist, Lacombe Research Centre.

'77—Sean C. Stevens of Long Pond, PA, March 5, 2009; president, Star Trip Inc.; veteran; active in civic and religious affairs.

'78, BA '79—Laurence P. Harrington of Norfolk, MA, March 30, 2008; attorney; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Amy (Lichter) '82.

'80 PhD—John L. Beard of Port Matilda, PA, February 13, 2009; professor of nutrition, Penn State U.; expert on the role of iron on the brain and cognitive function; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'81—Neal F. Anderson of Lynn, MA, formerly of New Bedford, MA, December 30, 2008; owner, Screen Works; former project manager, Brouillette and Sons Roofing; active in community affairs.

'81, B Chem E '82—Jeremiah R. Dineen III of Yorktown Heights, NY, February 6, 2009; attorney; farmer; chemical engineer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Beta Pi.

'81 MBA—Diane M. Eade of Randolph, NJ, March 3, 2009; owner, Advanced Leadership Group; also worked for S. C. Johnson Wax, McCormick Spice Co., and Durkee-French Mustard Co.; active in professional and religious affairs.

'83 BS Ag—Michael P. Smith of Chelsea, MI, November 17, 2008; director of toxicology, deCODE Genetics; founder, Great Lakes Development Co.; active in community affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Wife, Sue (Dynan) '82.

'83, BS Hotel '84, MPS '01—Whitney J. Witteman of Arlington, VA, May 7, 2009; Foreign Service officer.

'84 BS Ag—Kathryn Warren Bronson of Honeoye Falls, NY, March 12, 2008.

'84—Sarah A. Cooley of Burlington, VT, November 22, 2008; senior research administrator, sponsored programs, U. of Vermont; also worked for Merchants Bank; active in community and religious affairs.

'84 LLM—Peter A. von Salis of Truellikon, Switzerland, March 24, 2009; attorney.

'86 MPS—Wayne P. Molstad of Holmen, WI, January 19, 2009; foreign service officer, USDA Foreign Agriculture Service; Peace Corps volunteer; active in community and professional affairs.

'89 BS Ag—Michael E. Nozik of Rochester, NY, May 12, 2009; environmental consultant; active in religious affairs.

'92 MEE—Joakim M. Krell of Little Falls, NJ, April 18, 2004; electrical engineer, Singer-Kearfott; worked on space shuttle navigation systems; worked on U-2 surveil-lance flights; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'93 BS Ag—Pamela Jaffe of McCoy, CO, March 29, 2009.

'93 BA—Emily S. Skolnik of Scarsdale, NY, April 2, 2009; Internet marketing director; former florist.

'94 BA—Clayton B. Sparks of Boulder, CO, formerly of Colorado Springs, CO, December 15, 2008; fly fishing expedition leader, Wild on the Fly; photographer; active in community affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'96, BA '97—Eric H. Van Naerssen of Wayne, PA, March 25, 2009. Alpha Delta Phi.

'08 MA—Deborah E. Marcum of Ithaca, NY, April 23, 2009; graduate student, medieval studies; active in professional and religious affairs.

 
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