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'30 BS Ag—Gertrude Goldman Wornow Tucker of Canton, MA, March 3, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'30 BS HE—Beatrice Foster Whanger of Fayetteville, WV, March 10, 2010; Extension agent, West Virginia U.; advocate for women's rights; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'31 BA—Edith Keimig Howard of Carpenter, WY, February 20, 2010; retired director, Laramie County Social Services; head, Tornado Disaster Recovery team and Cheyenne Flood Recovery program; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'31 BA—Thelma Johnson Jones of Dalton, MA, December 18, 2009; social worker; child welfare supervisor, Tompkins County, NY; bookkeeper and VP, Jones Radio Den, Jones Appliance Center, and Harold E. Jones Real Estate; active in community and professional affairs.

'31 BS HE—Katherine L. Rummler of Summit, NJ, November 26, 2009; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta.

'34 BME—John B. Brush of Cincinnati, OH, July 17, 2009; mechanical engineer. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'34 BA—Helen Carrier Carnie of Turin, NY, December 29, 2009; retired teacher.

'34 GR—Mary Allen Mellowes (Mrs. Charles N. '33, BME '36) of Milwaukee, WI, November 22, 2009; artist; active in community and alumni affairs.

'34 BA—William R. Robertson of Peterborough, NH, January 13, 2010; insurance agent, Massachusetts Mutual Life; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'34—Roger J. Schulte of Walnut Creek, CA, December 28, 2009; district superintendent, San Ramon Valley Union High School; asst. superintendent, Alameda County School Dept. for Educational Svcs.; active in community affairs.

'34 BA—Douglas B. Watt of New York City and Southampton, NY, September 29, 2009; theater and music critic; wrote for the Daily News and the New Yorker; composer; lyricist; pianist; collaborated with Duke Ellington; covered theater for WNBC News; active in professional affairs.

'34 BA—Hazel Shattuck Wood of Peekskill, NY, April 6, 2008; schoolteacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'35-37 SP Ag—Norman F. Harrington Jr. of Naples, NY, August 5, 2007; worked in aerospace, construction, and plastics; active in civic and community affairs.

'35-37 SP Ag—John D. Kohlmann of Freehold, NJ, February 4, 2010; retired florist; veteran. Kappa Delta Rho.

'35—Fred C. W. Kramer III of Leesburg, FL, December 10, 2009; retired citrus grower; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Delta Sigma Phi.

'35 MD—Elizabeth Chittenden Lowry (Mrs. Thomas, MD '35) of Madison, CT, December 21, 2009; retired pediatrician; active in community and professional affairs.

'35-37 GR—Stanley A. Weeks of Jamestown, NY, January 7, 2010; attorney; mayor, City of Jamestown; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'36 BS HE—Louise Manley Cravens (Mrs. Metellus E., PhD '41) of Worthington, OH, March 5, 2010; active in religious affairs.

'36 BA—Ellen Hopkins Morgenstern of Hilton, NY, formerly of Lakewood, NY, March 7, 2010; worked for NYS legislator Connie Cook; secretary for CBS executive and at Coca-Cola; taught at the Washington School for Secretaries; active in religious affairs. Delta Gamma.

'36 BA—Robert D. Price of Holden, MA, January 5, 2010; attorney; director, Appian Way Pizza; president, Food Specialties Inc.; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Wife, Ruth (Bentley) '36.

'36 BA—Franklin B. Read of Bloomfield Hills, MI, August 13, 2009; retired executive, General Motors; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'36 BA, JD '39—William I. Stoddard of Columbus, NC, December 4, 2009; attorney; active in alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'37, BA '38—Alice Guttman Brunton (Mrs. Robert T. '38) of Williamsville, NY, October 1, 2009; active in civic and community affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'37 BA—Mary Ferguson Mills of North Branford, CT, May 20, 2009; worked for Ingersol Rand. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'37 BEE—Henry L. Priestley of White Plains, NY, November 30, 2006. Psi Upsilon.

'37 BS Ag—Ernest M. Underwood of St. Johnsville, NY, March 2, 2010; industrial arts and agriculture teacher, St. Johnsville Central District; active in community and religious affairs.

'38—Ralph R. Beal of Carmel Valley, CA, formerly of La Canada-Flintridge, CA, February 15, 2010; retired facilities manager, technical facilities design and construction mgr., and wind tunnel test mgr., Jet Propulsion Laboratory; aerodynamicist, Douglas Aircraft; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'38 BA—Henrietta Miller Brannin of East Williston, NY, January 20, 2010.

'38 BA—Adele Massell Diamond of Yonkers, NY, March 12, 2010; active in religious and alumni affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'38, BA '40—Robert J. Ferlauto of Sarasota, FL, December 27, 2009; microbiologist; founder, Ferlauto Consultants Int'l; head, infectious diseases dept. and associate director of research and development, Smith Kline & French pharmaceutical firm; active in professional affairs.

'38 BS HE—Levantia Smith Harrington (Mrs. Norman F., '35-37 SP Ag) of Naples, NY, December 31, 2009; home economics teacher, Naples Central School.

'38 BA, MD '42—John S. Hooley of Naples, FL, January 10, 2010; general surgeon in private practice; diagnostician; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'38 BA—Martin D. Kaplon of Albany, NY, January 28, 2010; psychologist; executive, Publisher's Guild; professor of psychology and dean, American College of Barcelona; helped develop CBS television; veteran. Tau Delta Phi.

'38 BA—Muriel Axelrad Klein (Mrs. Joseph '30) of West Hartford, CT, February 14, 2010; active in community affairs.

'38 BA, LLB '40—Morris A. Lee of Louisville, KY, January 14, 2010; marketing and sales entrepreneur; veteran.

'38 BS Ag—Richard F. Mandigo of Altoona, PA, formerly of Pulaski, NY, January 30, 2010; retired dairy farmer; 4-H agent; herdsman; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Barbara (Keeney) '37.

'38 BME—Herbert S. May Jr. of Holden, MA, February 19, 2010; mechanical engineer and administrator, stress analysis, Riley Stoker Corp.; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'38 BA—James W. Moyer of Ellenton, FL, December 3, 2009; atomic physicist; research and development manager, Southern California Edison Co.; worked on the Manhattan Project; veteran; musician. Wife, Ruth (Pierce) '41, PhD '69.

'38 BS Ag, MS '48—Charles L. Nearing of Napa, CA, November 29, 2009; worked at UC Davis; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'38 BME, LLB '42—W. John Neff Jr. of East Middlebury, VT, August 2, 2008; corporate lawyer/engineer, MacDonald Aircraft Corp., RCA, Singer Corp., and Grumman Aerospace; veteran. Delta Tau Delta.

'38—Margaret Gill Thomson of Knoxville, TN, December 30, 2009; piano teacher; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'38 BA—Jean Scheidenhelm Wolff (Mrs. Alfred W. '37) of Jacksonville, FL, formerly of Hilton Head, SC, March 12, 2010; artist; active in community and alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'39—Jane Banks of Newburgh, NY, September 20, 2008; registered nurse; active in religious affairs.

'39, BA '38, MA '39—Joan Malkenson Campbell of Deerfield Beach, FL, December 24, 2009; developmental anthropologist; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'39 BA—Jane Davison Fast (Mrs. Charles E. '37) of Lawton, MI, November 12, 2009.

'39 PhD—Olen B. Garrison of Clemson, SC, January 24, 2010; professor emeritus, Clemson U.; director emeritus of South Carolina Agricultural Experiment Stations; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'39—John M. Lankes of Hampton, VA, January 30, 2010; electrical designer, Newport News Shipbuilding; active in community affairs.

'39 BS Ag—Francis T. O'Brien of Wellsville, NY, September 4, 2007.

'39—Richard D. Rohr of Deer River, NY, December 8, 2009; owner, Cedarledge Farm; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'39—George R. Tipton of Oceanside, CA, formerly of Monroe, ME, March 2, 2008; social worker; served in CPS Service; photographer; painter; active in community and religious affairs.

'39 BA—C. Richard Yerks of Houston, TX, formerly of South Yarmouth, MA, January 9, 2010; plant manager, Patterson-Sargent Paint Co.; active in community affairs. Delta Chi.

'40, BCE '41—William C. Baird of Rochester, NY, January 25, 2010; owner, W. C. Baird Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'40 BS Hotel—Richard C. Barrett of Old Forge, NY, December 23, 2009; developed the Bald Mountain Colony Camping Resort; manager, Bald Mountain House; pilot, Old Forge Lake Cruises; veteran.

'40 BA—Jasmine Tuttle Bryant (Mrs. Robert B., MD '40) of Baldwinsville, NY, November 25, 2008; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'40 BA, LLB '42—Paul J. Burke of McLean, VA, January 16, 2010; attorney, Foreign Claims Settlement Commission, Price Commission, SESA, and Census Bureau; veteran. Wife, Nancy (Walsh) '46.

'40 BA—Ruth Lebrecht Duke of Williamsville, NY, April 5, 2009; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Delta Tau.

'40 BS Ag—Gilbert H. Flint of Salem, NY, December 16, 2009; school superintendent; high school principal; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'40 MA—Edith Pratt Howard of Sebastopol, CA, formerly of Hingham, MA, February 10, 2010; taught history and Italian; author; high school debate coach; active in civic and community affairs.

'40 BA—Mary Anne Turner Keyes of Walla Walla, WA, February 15, 2010. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'40 MA—Charlotte Maxson Moore of Alhambra, CA, December 28, 2009; librarian, Huntington Library.

'40—William B. Shafer of Westfield, NJ, December 17, 2009; Delta Chi.

'40 BA—Robert J. Shaw of Lake Wales, FL, February 21, 2010; marketing executive at Johnson & Johnson, Chesebrough-Ponds, and Shulton; veteran; active in community, civic, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'40 BA—Cecile Thompson Vickery of White Plains, NY, January 21, 2009; active in religious affairs.

'41 BS Ag, PhD '52—Dorothy E. Alfke of Lexington, SC, February 20, 2010; retired professor of science education, Pennsylvania State U.; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta.

'41 BA—John L. Ayer of Skaneateles, NY, March 8, 2010; cardiologist; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi.

'41 MS—Ruth Closson Boicourt of Easton, MD, formerly of Amherst, MA, February 14, 2010; taught at UMass. Husband, Alfred W. Boicourt '38, MS '41.

'41-42 GR—Robert T. Cotton of Topeka, KS, March 12, 2010; retired physician; staff president, Stormont-Vail Hospital; medical director, Midland Hospice; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'41 MA, PhD '49—Richard M. Davis of Eugene, OR, March 13, 2010; professor emeritus of economics, U. of Oregon; veteran.

'41 DVM—Roger R. Fales of Falconer, NY, January 2, 2010; veterinarian; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'41 DVM—Nathan Z. Howard of Pompano Beach, FL, November 1, 2009; veterinarian; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41 BA—Daniel N. Kohn of Cutchogue, NY, December 19, 2009; owner and president, TrueTech; active in community and professional affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'41—Domenic A. Mazza of Sarasota, FL, March 7, 2010; attorney; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs.

'41 BS HE, MS '49—Laurine Raiber Sutter of Jamesville, NY, January 8, 2010; worked for Cornell Extension Service and Farmers' Home Administration; active in community and religious affairs.

'42 BA—Richard P. Ament of Ann Arbor, MI, December 19, 2009; statistician, Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities; veteran; composer; active in community and religious affairs.

'42 BA—Edna Jones Berry of Madisonville, LA, March 24, 2010. Pi Beta Phi.

'42 BA—Clara Zink Cameron of Ithaca, NY, January 2, 2010; worked in ophthalmology research, Columbia Presbyterian Hospital; homemaker; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'42 BS Ag—Philip T. Chaffee of Van Etten, NY, November 27, 2009; poultry farmer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'42, BEE '43—George F. Critchlow of Andover, MA, April 29, 2006; worked for Bell Labs on the Echo and Telstar communication satellite projects. Tau Beta Phi.

'42 BS Hotel—George H. Davis of Chesapeake, VA, May 18, 2007; hotelier; president, Virginia Beach Hotel and Motel Assn.; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'42 MD—Richard B. Donaldson of Signal Mountain, TN, formerly of Chattanooga, TN, December 27, 2009; orthopedic surgeon; practiced at Erlanger Children's, Memorial Parkridge, Erlanger-North, East Ridge, and North Park hospitals; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'42, BS Ag '44—Walter W. Forshee of Livonia, NY, January 30, 2010; worked in agriculture.

'42 BA—Walter D. Jennings of South Glens Falls, NY, March 4, 2010; claims supervisor, Hartford Insurance Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'42 BME—John E. Laird Jr. of Little Silver, NJ, December 21, 2009; president, Laird & Co. Distillers and Importers; pilot; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Chi Phi. Wife, Mary (Stroud) '44.

'42 MS—Reid V. Moran of Chico, CA, January 21, 2010; botanist; expert on the flora of Baja California; curator of botany, San Diego Natural History Museum; author; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'42, BME '48—Donald L. Parmelee of Paducah, KY, formerly of Mesa, AZ, February 13, 2010; mechanical engineer, General Electric; operated Desert Sage Gifts; ambulance driver, American Field Service.

'42 BA—Anne Chambers Pennington of Palm Beach Gardens, FL, April 3, 2009; Braille interpreter; record librarian. Delta Gamma.

'42 BS Ag—Ernest E. Short of Newark, NY, December 21, 2007; farmer; veteran.

'42 BA—Betty Foster Voss of Sun City, AZ, February 18, 2010; active in religious affairs.

'43 BME—Edward B. Bruderlin of Cedaredge, CO, April 30, 2009; mechanical engineer. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'43 BA—Knox B. Burger of New York City, January 4, 2010; literary agent; published Kurt Vonnegut's first short story, "Report on the Barnhouse Effect," while fiction editor at Collier's; represented Martin Cruz Smith, Donald E. Westlake, Lawrence Block, and other writers; book editor, Dell Publishing and Fawcett Books; edited John D. MacDonald's first three Travis McGee novels; editor, Cornell Widow; author; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'43—Alan A. Creamer of Bath, NY, January 4, 2010; director, Dept. of Laboratory Resources, Merck Pharmaceuticals; veterinarian; adjunct professor, Harcum College and Hahneman Hospital; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'43 PhD—Perry T. Cupps of St. Louis, MO, December 3, 2009; professor emeritus of animal science, UC Davis; author.

'43 BS Ag—Sylvia Stern Diamond of Little Neck, NY, October 22, 2009.

'43 BS HE—Katherine Kampel Engelder of Pearland, TX, formerly of Wellsville, NY, and Leesburg, FL, January 31, 2010; professor and dept. chair, Alfred State U.; organized associate's program in culinary arts, Wellsville Vocational Division of Alfred State U.; dietitian; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'43 DVM—Allen C. Goss of Port Charlotte, FL, formerly of Stamford, NY, February 27, 2010; veterinarian; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'43 DVM—DuBois L. Jenkins of Catskill, NY, March 13, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; worked on rinderpest; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Tau Omega. Wife, Doris (Le Fevre) '44.

'43—J. Alton Jenks of Afton, NY, November 9, 2009; retired realtor.

'43—Benjamin S. Kelley of Wellsville, NY, December 13, 2009; VP of sales, Combustion Engineering; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'43 BS Ag—Walter B. Kreidler of Grand Junction, CO, November 29, 2009; farmer; salesman; estate and financial planner; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon. Wife, Ruth (Wiggins) '42.

'43 BA, JD '48—Joseph Langbart of Springfield, VA, December 18, 2009; retired administrative law judge; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'43—William E. O'Brien of Fort Worth, TX, January 17, 2010; retired US Air Force officer; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'43 BS Ag—George A. Parsons of Fairfax, VA, January 23, 2010; instructor, Adjutant General School; worked at the Pentagon; developed intelligence handling data systems, Army's Supported Unified Commands; also worked for Library Resources Inc.; veteran; consultant.

'43 BS Nurs—Margaret Hodges Purnell of Vernon Rockville, CT, February 27, 2010; nurse; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'43 BS Ag—Elizabeth Reese Rudisill of Granite Bay, CA, October 7, 2009.

'43 BME—Richard C. Ryon of Clearwater, FL, December 30, 2009; mechanical engineer; active in community and religious affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'43—Sereno S. Tanner of Elmira, NY, September 13, 2009; TWA pilot; building contractor; farmer; active in community affairs. Sigma Pi.

'43 MD—Bruce R. Valentine of Abington, CT, August 23, 2008; head of ob/gyn dept., Day Kimball Hospital; co-founder, Eliza F. Clark Memorial Center; school physician; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'43-45 GR—Mary Willets Washburne of Dallas, TX, January 1, 2009; homemaker; active in community affairs. Alpha Phi.

'43, BME '42—William H. Wing of Lake Pleasant, NY, December 15, 2009; worked for Utica Steam Engine and Boiler Works, Syracuse Materials Handling Corp., Cherry Burrell, and General Electric; cartographer, Hamilton County; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'43 PhD—Field H. Winslow of Warren, NJ, December 16, 2009; head of polymer R&D and organic chemistry R&D, Bell Labs; worked on the Manhattan Project; expert in macro-molecular science; active in professional affairs.

'44, BS Ag '47—Frederick R. Allen of Stamford, NY, January 11, 2010; superintendent, South Kortright Center for Boys; juvenile corrections consultant; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'44 B Chem E—Carlton H. Baker of Kennett Square, PA, March 5, 2010; plant engineer, F & F Dept., DuPont Co.

'44 BME—Donald A. Lietzke of Stuarts Draft, VA, December 28, 2009; mechanical engineer, NASA; active in religious affairs.

'44—Jane Richards Otis of Miami Beach, FL, February 10, 2009.

'44—Charles H. Rathjen of Montgomery, AL, formerly of Carbondale, IL, and Big Rapids, MI, January 13, 2010; chairman, Automotive Technology, Ferris State College; veteran.

'44—Walter L. Taylor of Harwich, MA, May 26, 2006; operated a waterproofing and exterminating business; veteran; active in community affairs. Kappa Sigma.

'44, BA '46—Edward J. Waclawski of Ridgewood, NJ, January 10, 2010; retired industrial hygienist.

'44—Ernest H. Winter Jr. of Princeton, NJ, April 18, 2006; retired officer, US Army; director of alumni affairs, Lawrenceville School; veteran; active in community affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'45 MD—Charles A. Bailey of Coronado, CA, December 25, 2009; cardiologist; internist; president, medical staff, Valley Hospital; infectious disease researcher; veteran.

'45 MS—Kermit M. Bird of Christiansburg, VA, June 26, 2008; worked for the USDA; active in religious affairs.

'45, BME '48—Lawrence R. Bollinger of Niskayuna, NY, February 9, 2010; engineering manager, KAPL; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'45, BME '44—Charles C. Correll Jr. of Orange, CT, October 23, 2008. Sigma Nu.

'45, BEE '44—William T. Duboc of Naples, FL, formerly of Pittsburgh, PA, January 2, 2010; president, Westinghouse Spain; veteran; active in community affairs. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'45, BME '48—William S. Eadie of Santa Barbara, CA, October 18, 2009; executive VP for marketing, Pacific Pump; rancher; veteran; active in community affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'45 MD—Howard M. Edwards Jr. of Rockford, IL, January 12, 2010; general practitioner; president of the medical staff, KSB Hospital; staff physician at Sterling Community, Rockford Memorial, Amboy, and Dixon State hospitals; invented an X-ray spacer and a limiter for a portable X-ray machine; president, Edwards Building Corp. and Serend Inc.; veteran; pilot; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'45, BS Ag '47—Martin L. Evans of Sarasota, FL, March 8, 2010; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'45—Frank Hanshaw Jr. of Ithaca, NY, December 28, 2009; master builder, construction business; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Phi.

'45 BS Hotel—Joan Blaikie Horwath of Boynton Beach, FL, January 7, 2010. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'45 BA—Marilyn Betz Kugler (Mrs. Robert E. '45, BA '44) of Seneca, SC, December 7, 2009.

'45 BME—Charles R. Lorello of Singer Island, FL, December 5, 2009; retired president, Conditioning Co.; mechanical engineer; veteran; active in community affairs.

'45 DVM—Hermann B. Stein of Ft. Myers, FL, November 12, 2009; veterinarian; active in alumni affairs.

'45, BS HE '44—Dorothy Kleine Van Reed of Gwynedd Valley, PA, January 16, 2010; co-owner, Van Reed Sales Co.; active in alumni affairs. Husband, Charles E. Van Reed '44.

'46 MD—Ellsworth C. Alvord Jr. of Seattle, WA, January 19, 2010; neuropathologist; professor and head of the Dept. of Neuropathology, U. of Washington School of Medicine; also worked at Baylor U.; veteran; philanthropist; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'46, BCE '50—James R. Bryant Jr. of Jacksonville, FL, December 19, 2009; civil engineer; veteran. Alpha Delta Phi.

'46, BS HE '45—Marcia Taube Demarest of Chestertown, MD, January 7, 2010; worked for architect Richard Chalfont; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, Donald M. Demarest '46.

'46, BS Chem E '45—James E. Edison of Richardson, TX, January 14, 2010; retired from Sun Oil Co.; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'46, BEE '47—William M. Farrell of Johnson City, NY, March 19, 2010; retired from IBM; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'46—Harold W. Hower II of Staunton, VA, October 28, 2009. Kappa Sigma.

'46 BA—Jane Callahan Kelley of Sarasota, FL, January 29, 2010; active in community affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'46, BME '45—Irwin H. Miller of St. Petersburg, FL, February 27, 2010; owner, Rellim Hotel; co-founder, Guardian Bank and First Central Bank; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Beta Sigma Rho.

'46 LLB—Erma Powers Runals (Mrs. John E., LLB '46) of Charleston, SC, formerly of Niagara Falls, NY, February 15, 2010; attorney; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'46 BEE—David H. Wilson Jr. of Tucson, AZ, formerly of Perrysburg, OH, January 9, 2010; chief counsel, intellectual property law, Owens Illinois Law Dept.; intellectual property attorney, Bell Laboratories; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'47 PhD—Rhesa M. Allen Jr. of Dallas, TX, January 4, 2009.

'47 BS Ag—George H. Axinn of Tucson, AZ, March 8, 2010; worked to alleviate poverty; professor emeritus and asst. dean of int'l programs, Michigan State U.; UN Food and Agriculture Organization representative to Nepal, India, and Bhutan; author; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Nancy (Wigstten) '47.

'47 BS Nurs—Mary Wigsten Baker of Radnor, PA, January 9, 2010; school nurse, Elmira, NY, school system; nurse, New York Hospital; active in community and religious affairs.

'47 MS—Elizabeth Bastian Chepus of Silver Lake, OH, February 7, 2010; professor at Kent State U. and Ohio State U.; veteran.

'47-48 GR—William Delaney of Fonda, NY, formerly of Van Hornesville, NY, February 21, 2010; elementary school teacher; insurance agent; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'47 BS Hotel—Howard C. Donnelly of Edina, MN, March 9, 2010; helped establish the School of Travel Industry Management, U. of Hawaii.

'47 BS Nurs—Charlotte Scott Flecker of Sacramento, CA, March 7, 2010; high school nurse; active in community and religious affairs.

'47, BCE '46—Richard H. Jones Jr. of Center Conway, NH, February 24, 2010; VP, Chris Andersen Erecting Co.; owner, Bobby Knapp Ski Shop; sales engineer, H. H. Robertson Co.; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'47, BEE '49—Paul R. McIsaac of Ithaca, NY, March 15, 2010; professor of Engineering, Cornell U. Tau Beta Phi.

'47 MCE—Hugh D. McNiven of Berkeley, CA, December 7, 2009; professor emeritus of civil and earthquake engineering, UC Berkeley; author; veteran; active in community affairs.

'47 BS Hotel—Robert M. Murphy of Ithaca, NY, December 17, 2009; accountant; controller; hotelier. Sigma Chi.

'47 BME—Joseph E. Nemeth of Patchogue, NY, January 18, 2010; mechanical engineer.

'47 BA—Donald A. Sperling of Chappaqua, NY, November 19, 2009; president, Sprague and Rhodes Commodity Corp.; president, Paragon Coffee; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Tau Delta Phi.

'47-49 SP Ag—Thomas H. Willis of Frankford, DE, December 4, 2009; worked in administration and sales support, IBM; veteran; active in religious affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'48 BA—Donn C. Barton of Springfield, MA, January 25, 2010; physician; veteran; author.

'48, PhD '53—John W. Brace of Cherryfield, ME, December 26, 2008; professor emeritus of mathematics, U. of Maryland; large-scale model railroad designer and consultant; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'48 MD—Hector M. Brown of Alexandria, MN, January 18, 2010; physician; coroner; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'48 JD—Murray L. Cole of Pompton Beach, NJ, February 14, 2010; attorney; specialist in real estate, banking, and commercial law; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'48 MS—Mary Kirkpatrick Dienst of Spokane, WA, formerly of Grand Island, NY, March 21, 2010; retired associate professor of dietetics, Buffalo State College; veteran.

'48 BS Nurs—Helen Bohman Eschenburg of Yarmouth Port, MA, December 17, 2009; nurse.

'48 BS HE—Frances Swinton Jamison of Stuyvesant, NY, February 21, 2010; social worker; chief of social services, Middletown Psychiatric Center; operated Eddy Farm Hotel; active in community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'48 BS Hotel—Charles F. Johnson Jr. of Waterford, MI, February 21, 2010; elementary school teacher; active in religious affairs.

'48 JD—Sidney Kramer of East Greenwich, RI, October 19, 2009; attorney; specialist in real estate and redevelopment; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'48 BEE—Sidney H. Law of Ormond Beach, FL, March 20, 2010; electrical engineer; director of research, Northeast Utilities; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi. Wife, Betty-Jean (Wright) '49.

'48 BEE—Robert E. McGayhey of Poughkeepsie, NY, November 21, 2009; electrical engineer, IBM; veteran; author; active in community and religious affairs.

'48—Martha Rankin Mueller of Austin, TX, October 7, 2009.

'48 MS—Mesut Ozuygur of Istanbul, Turkey, March 10, 2009.

'48 BEE—Sanford W. Seidler of Stamford, CT, December 28, 2009; systems engineer, Norden Systems; created the Comprehensive Aircraft Support Effectiveness Evaluation; veteran; active in community affairs. Tau Delta Phi. Wife, Jean (Gordon) '49.

'48 BS Ag—Ilene D. Smith of Rodman, NY, January 19, 2010; columnist; author; active in religious affairs.

'48 LLB—Jack L. Stempler of Woodbridge, VA, December 22, 2009; attorney.

'48 MS—Charles L. Thompson of Tulsa, OK, November 25, 2009; regional director, Southwest Region, Merrill Lynch; veteran; active in community and professional affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'48, BEE '49—Robert M. Whalen of Poughkeepsie, NY, December 21, 2009; electrical engineer.

'48, BS Ag '49—Eugene S. Worden of Castleton, NY, formerly of Zephyrhills, FL, November 20, 2009; worked for Packaging Corp. of America and other corrugate box companies; consultant; genealogist; active in community affairs.

'49 B Chem E—Rev. John M. Bilhorn of Edgerton, WI, December 13, 2009; research and developmental scientist, Yardney Electric, Energy Research Corp., and Ray-O-Vac; Congregational pastor; veteran; active in religious and alumni affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'49 MEd—Thelma Keeler Boettger of Troy, NY, January 3, 2010; principal, Powers School; elementary school teacher; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 MS—Robert W. Connolly of Cuyahoga Falls, OH, December 13, 2009; director of industrial relations, Brand-Rex Corp.; retired from Brintec; also worked for BF Goodrich; veteran.

'49 BA—Barbara Loring Cureau of Voorheesville, NY, January 18, 2010; social worker; elementary school teacher; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'49 BEE—John W. Darley Jr. of Garland, TX, January 23, 2010; worked for General Electric's Aircraft Nuclear Propulsion program; helped develop Engineering Materials and Processing Information Svc. for GE; also worked for the Worthington Corp., Singer Co., and Gardner-Denver Corp.; veteran; author. Tau Beta Phi.

'49 LLB—Alton G. Dunn Jr. of Cooperstown, NY, August 2, 2003; attorney; owner, Arrow Abstract Co.; insurance agent; supervisor, Town of Otsego; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'49 BFA—Martha Pancoast Grafton of Miami, FL, February 11, 2010; chair, history committee, Women's History Coalition; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Delta Gamma.

'49 BS Ag—Charles W. Hebblethwaite of Belmont, NY, January 19, 2010; retired agricultural extension agent, Allegany County, NY; raised cattle; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'49 BS ORIE—J. Earl Kreuzer of North Prairie, WI, March 10, 2009; engineer. Seal & Serpent. Wife, Rosalie (Peters) '48.

'49 BS ORIE—Craig R. Linderman of Holland, MI, January 25, 2010; engineer; veteran. Alpha Sigma Phi.

'49 BS Ag—John W. Lloyd of Ithaca, NY, January 29, 2010; professor emeritus, Monroe Community College; active in civic, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Pi. Wife, Clara (Newell) '49.

'49 B Chem E—Robert A. Louis of Punta Gorda, FL, February 27, 2010; retired chemical engineer, Exxon Chemical; active in religious affairs.

'49 PhD—Bryce D. Lyon of Bloomfield, CT, May 24, 2007.

'49 MS—Col. Katherine E. Manchester of Fort Belvoir, VA, December 9, 2009; retired Army colonel; military dietitian; first woman to receive Order of Military Merit; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'49 BS ILR—Hillary W. McLeod of Livonia, MI, December 19, 2008. Watermargin.

'49—Mildred Frey Morse of Union Springs, NY, March 14, 2010; hotelier; operated Village Interiors; active in community and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi. Husband, George L. Morse '50.

'49—Patricia Birt Morse of Vero Beach, FL, January 25, 2010; real estate agent; master gardener; active in civic and community affairs. Husband, Thomas S. Morse '50, MD '53.

'49 BS Ag, PhD '53—John A. Naegele of Roseville, MN, formerly of Dover, NH, February 22, 2010; Hubbard endowed chair, U. of New Hampshire; agricultural experiment station director and assoc. dean, UMass; taught at Cornell U.; also worked for USDA; author; active in professional and religious affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Mary Daniel Nelson of Frederick, MD, February 13, 2010; technical medical editor, Center of Military History and Dept. of the Army at Fort Detrick; assoc. editor, BIOSIS; organist; active in community and religious affairs.

'49-50 GR—Charles E. Newland of Slingerlands, NY, February 8, 2010; mortgage banking executive, Equitable Life; commissioner of economic development, Albany; veteran; master gardener; boat builder; photographer.

'49 LLB—Daniel H. Pollitt of Chapel Hill, NC, March 5, 2010; law professor emeritus, U. of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; civil rights lawyer; veteran; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'49 BS ILR—Samuel H. Sackman of Chino, CA, August 30, 2007; president, Sam Sackman Assocs. Watermargin. Wife, Phyllis (Bender) '50.

'49—James C. Sakes of Washington, DC, December 29, 2009; manager, Kennedy Warren apartments; hotel manager, Holiday Inn; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'49 BEE—Quinton W. Simkins of Mt. Dora, FL, March 7, 2010; founding director of IBM's R&D lab in Vermont; adviser, European Operations, IBM; editor, IBM's technical journals; also worked for Bell Labs; veteran. Tau Beta Phi.

'49 BS Ag, MS '51—Lawrence S. Smith of Denver, CO, December 9, 2009; refuge manager, US Fish & Wildlife Service; team leader, Whooping Crane Recovery Team; veteran; editor; photographer; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 BS HE—Billie Beattie White of Galesburg, IL, February 17, 2010; homemaker; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma. Husband, Donald H. White '47.

'49 BS HE—Adelaide Doyle Woodward of West Chester, PA, formerly of New York City, December 5, 2009; bookkeeper; also worked for Sperry Gyroscope Co.; active in community and religious affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'49 BA, MBA '50—Robert A. Worsnop of Columbus, NC, July 15, 2009; retired executive; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Nancy (Grignon) '52.

'50 BEE—Herman Albertine Jr. of Fernandina Beach, FL, January 22, 2010; general manager, Varo Semiconductor; VP and general mgr., Varian Assocs.; president, National Electronics; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Phi Kappa Tau.

'50 MD—Bernard Amster of West Hollywood, CA, December 4, 2009; family practitioner; veteran.

'50—Harold G. Anderson of Slingerlands, NY, February 21, 2010; worked for H.G. Anderson Equipment Corp.; veteran.

'50 BCE—Floyd R. Cannon of Oceanside, CA, November 19, 2008; retired airport engineer. Chi Epsilon.

'50—William D. Chappell Jr. of Knoxville, TN, February 25, 2010; CFO, North American Consumer Electronics; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'50, BArch '51—Arthur M. Guimes of Bensalem, PA, November 18, 2007; retired architect; veteran.

'50 BS Ag—Axel E. Hvitfelt Jr. of Cranberry Township, PA, January 21, 2010; professor, SUNY Delhi; economist; also worked in agribusiness; veteran.

'50 BS Ag—William A. Jackson of Raleigh, NC, February 14, 2010; professor emeritus of soil science, North Carolina State U.; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'50 BS Hotel—Robert T. Johnston of North Wilkesboro, NC, August 22, 2009; personnel manager, Mohonk Mountain House; taught hotel management and established hotel mgmt./culinary program, Wilkes Community College; managed precursors of NYS Thruway rest stops; newspaper columnist; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Watermargin.

'50 BS Ag—George T. Kelly of Jamesville, NY, February 11, 2010; retired from Agway; veteran; active in community affairs.

'50 BS Ag—William C. Latta of Ann Arbor, MI, November 19, 2008; chief of fisheries research, Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources; adjunct research scientist and professor, School of Natural Resources and Environment, U. of Michigan; veteran; author; active in professional affairs. Wife, Harriet (Mabon) '50.

'50 BCE—John S. MacNeill Jr. of Homer, NY, January 23, 2010; civil engineer; veteran; active in community affairs.

'50—James R. McVicker of Syracuse, NY, February 21, 2010; advertising manager, Anaren Microwave; advertising mgr., General Electric; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 MD—Bertha L. Moore of Black Mountain, NC, July 6, 2004; physician, Public Health Service; also worked for the Agency for Int'l Development; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'50, BS HE '56—Grace Perkins Naccarato of Lake Luzerne, NY, December 16, 2009; high school teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 BArch—Robert G. Neiley of Beverly, MA, December 19, 2009; architect.

'50 BME—Edward J. Querner of Doylestown, PA, January 24, 2010; VP of manufacturing, Blue Bell; active in community and religious affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'50 BA, LLB '52—Robert E. Quish of Milford, CT, February 4, 2010; attorney; asst. city attorney, Milford, CT; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'50—Willis B. Robbins of Manlius, NY, February 25, 2010; worked for Agway; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 MEE—Paul Rubel of Oak Ridge, TN, January 2, 2010; electrical engineer; worked in Instruments and Control division, Oak Ridge Nat'l Laboratory; retired from Martin Marietta; consultant; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'50, B Chem E '51—Stanford H. Taylor of Pasadena, CA, January 16, 2010; retired marketing consultant; social activist; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Beta Theta Pi.

'50 MS—Barry White of Baltimore, MD, April 21, 2009.

'50 MBA—Peter M. Woodams of Rochester, NY, January 20, 2010; veteran; active in community affairs.

'51—Charles H. Bridenbaker of Assembly Point, NY, March 13, 2010; senior design engineer, Naval Nuclear program, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'51 BS Ag—Peter S. Clark of Londonderry, VT, November 17, 2009; zoning administrator; justice of the peace; tax assessor; active in civic and community affairs. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'51 BS Ag, MAT '68—H. Bruce Hilton of Mesa, AZ, February 19, 2010.

'51-53 SP Ag—John A. Hollingsworth of Cherokee Village, AR, formerly of Fayetteville, NC, January 25, 2010; retired science educator; veteran; president, North Carolina Science Teachers Assn.; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'51 BS Hotel—Sheldon Kimmelman of Dallas, TX, January 14, 2010; owner, White Glove Maintenance, Zip Delivery, and Mercury Express; active in religious affairs. Phi Epsilon Pi.

'51 LLB—Bruce C. McLean of Englewood, FL, January 18, 2009; attorney.

'51 BS HE—Alice Halsey Mix of Keene, NH, January 7, 2010; teacher, Austine School for the Deaf; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta Epsilon. Husband, Maurice E. Mix '50.

'51—Ralph H. Peck of Orchard Park, NY, August 4, 2009; author. Zeta Psi.

'51 BS Ag—Edward A. Schano of Ithaca, NY, February 16, 2010; professor emeritus of poultry science, Cornell U.; poultry science extension specialist; developed the Incubation and Embryology Project; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'51—Dorothy Krieger Trau (Mrs. Frank G. Jr. '50) of Springfield, MO, February 4, 2010; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Omega.

'52 BS Hotel—Alcide E. Bernadin of Pebble Beach, CA, December 22, 2009; president, AB Management Corp.; active in alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'52 BA—Jean Thompson Cooper of Southold, NY, January 18, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Delta Gamma. Husband, Peter A. Cooper '53, JD '57.

'52 BS HE—Phyllis Berger Corwin of Pompton Plains, NJ, February 12, 2010; travel agent, Fischer Brothers; musician; sculptor; active in community and alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi. Husband, Stanely P. Corwin '52.

'52 PhD—John D. Hilchey of Huntsville, AL, February 23, 2010; retired from Marshall Space Flight Center; entomologist, Boyce Thompson Inst.; veteran; actor; director; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'52 BME—Robert D. Jensen of Catonsville, MD, January 21, 2010; engineer, Welch Food; veteran; active in civic, community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'52-53 GR—Joan Siver Percival (Mrs. Roy B. '54) of Pawling, NY, December 26, 2009.

'52 BA—Martin Schiff Jr. of Glendale, MO, January 3, 2010; judge; attorney; alderman; veteran; active in civic affairs. Chi Phi.

'52 BS Ag—William R. Schneider of Middle Island, NY, January 15, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'52 BA—Robert S. Waill of Somers, NY, January 14, 2010; economist and securities analyst; active in alumni affairs. Watermargin.

'53 PhD—William E. Gordon of Ithaca, NY, February 16, 2010; designed and managed Arecibo Observatory; professor and provost, Rice U.; veteran; author; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'53 MS—Warren I. Green of Windham, NH, formerly of Stoneham, MA, March 6, 2010; worked for General Electric; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'53 BA—Joan Crandell Irving of Lawrenceville, GA, December 15, 2009. Delta Delta Delta.

'53—Steven W. Mack of Placerville, CA, December 6, 2009; operated Diamond Tire Center; also worked for Int'l Harvester and Ford; veteran.

'53 PhD—Wilford H. M. Morris of West Lafayette, IN, February 14, 2010; professor of agricultural economics, Purdue U.; owner, Morris Rentals and weaving businesses; active in religious affairs.

'53 BA—Martin Offenberg of Bryn Mawr, PA, January 15, 2010. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

'53-55 GR—Paul Scagnelli of Durham, NC, January 16, 2010; psychologist; associate professor of psychology, North Carolina Central U.; director, Durham County Mental Health Outpatient Clinic; personnel mgr., Peterbilt Motor Co.; personnel analyst, Arabian American Oil Co.; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'53 BS HE—Ann Batchelder Tucker (Mrs. George W. '53, MRP '61) of New Holland, PA, December 19, 2009; home economics teacher; active in community and religious affairs.

'54 DVM—Morton Aaronson of Cedarhurst, NY, November 3, 2009; veterinarian.

'54, BEE '56—John L. Allen of Lexington, MA, January 29, 2010; engineer, MIT; tax advisor, H&R Block. Sigma Nu. Wife, Elizabeth (Ostrom) '56.

'54 PhD—Edward B. Bagley of Morton, IL, November 29, 2009; professor of chemical engineering, Washington U.; retired from the Agricultural Research Service; also worked for Canadian Industries Ltd.; author; active in professional affairs.

'54 BS Hotel, MBA '59—William B. Bullock of Sequim, WA, formerly of Cape Elizabeth, ME, March 4, 2010; business manager, U. of Southern Maine; veteran; active in community affairs. Sigma Phi Epsilon.

'54 BS Ag—John W. Clarke of Milton, NY, September 19, 2009; fruit farmer.

'54 BS ILR—Donald L. Dake of Crawfordsville, IN, January 29, 2010; director, physical facilities and purchasing, Wabash College; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Theta Chi. Wife, Ann (Sellers) '56.

'54 PhD—William M. Evan of Media, PA, January 1, 2010; professor emeritus of sociology and management, U. of Pennsylvania; also taught at Princeton U., Columbia U., and MIT; also worked in the social science research department of Bell Telephone Laboratories; peace activist; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'54 BS Ag—Joseph F. Giarrizzo of Gold Canyon, AZ, March 10, 2010; operated Four Sons Realty; veteran.

'54 MD—Edwin M. Jacobs of San Francisco, CA, October 17, 2009; pioneering oncologist; clinical professor of medicine, UCSF; head of clinical research, UCSF Cancer Inst.; also worked at Nat'l Institutes of Health; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'54 BS Ag—Peter H. Linder of Gardner, KS, March 4, 2010; regional sales manager, Pioneer Hybrid; also worked with Syntex and Borden's; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'54 LLB—James E. Mulvaney of Sacramento, CA, formerly of Garden City, NY, February 20, 2010; assistant district attorney, Queens; defense attorney; active in civic, professional, and religious affairs.

'54 BS Hotel—Roy B. Percival of Pawling, NY, August 27, 2009; hotelier.

'54—Richard A. Reese of Camillus, NY, January 10, 2010; worked for Local IBEW 43; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'54 BS Nurs—Josephine Reese Sealls of Augusta, GA, June 15, 2009; nurse.

'54 BA—Boyce Thompson of Dallas, TX, December 17, 2009; VP, Nick Sachs & Co.; veteran. Delta Upsilon.

'55 BS Ag—Richard E. Bitterman of Las Vegas, NV, December 8, 2009; retired professor, U. of Nevada, Reno; agent in charge, Cooperative Extension, Clark County and southern Nevada; active in professional affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'55 BS HE—Linda Mandelbaum Caigan of Larchmont, NY, March 8, 2010; clinical social worker; head of Family Life Education, Westchester Jewish Community Svcs.; co-founder, Hallen School; faculty member, American Inst. for Mental Imagery.

'55, BA '56—Brian P. Carmody of Ormond Beach, FL, January 22, 2010; executive and accountant, Associated Coca-Cola Bottling Co.; also worked for General Electric; veteran; active in religious affairs. Zeta Psi.

'55 BS HE—Jacqueline A. Covert of Cockeysville, MD, December 13, 2009; auditor and tax accountant; active in community affairs. Chi Omega.

'55 MBA—Robert G. Everett of Norwalk, CT, formerly of Larchmont, NY, February 12, 2010; president, CEO, and vice chair, Great Western United Corp. and Fisher Foods; group director of financial planning, IBM.

'55, BS ILR '58—Raymond C. Lava of Houston, TX, December 20, 2009; worked in personnel and industrial relations with St. Regis Paper Co., American Cyanimid, Texaco, and Hoechst Celanese; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'55, BS ILR '56—James R. Marshall of Cazenovia, NY, March 11, 2010; retired asst. VP, OnBank and Trust Co.; manager of industrial relations, SCM Corp.; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Kappa Epsilon.

'55 MS—Ian W. Mitchell of Kirkcudbright, Scotland, June 16, 2009.

'55, BEE '56—Neil H. Pastore Jr. of Elm, NJ, March 16, 2010; engineer, RCA; owner, Pastore Orchards; active in civic and community affairs.

'55-56 GR—Robert J. Ross of Lawrence, MA, February 2, 2010; entomologist; worked for Western Electric and Raytheon; Massachusetts state bee inspector; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'55—Virginia Brane Schulz of Palo Alto, CA, February 27, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'55—Philip D. Surdock of Windsor, CA, May 21, 2009.

'55 MS—John P. Underhill of Stockton, CA, December 11, 2009; director, San Joaquin County U. of California Ag Extension Svc.; agricultural consultant; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'55 DVM—Lee A. Wallace of Dallas, OR, formerly of Terrebonne, OR, March 5, 2010; veterinarian; worked for the Oregon Dept. of Agriculture; active in community affairs.

'56 BS Hotel—Walter H. Barth of Camp Hill, PA, February 7, 2010; restaurant manager; worked for Carlson Food Services and the Marriott Corp.; active in community affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'56 MEd—Dorothy Erler Blank of East Lansing, MI, February 3, 2010; asst. professor, Cooperative Extension Service, Michigan State U.; state clothing specialist; asst. state supervisor, Michigan Women's Program; asst. state 4-H leader; active in community and religious affairs.

'56, BME '57—Robert E. Browning of Milford, CT, January 10, 2010; mechanical engineer; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'56 BS ILR—James F. Gustin of Plounerin, France, October 21, 2009; worked for Exxon Corp.; veteran. Delta Upsilon.

'56, BME '58—William J. Keane of Pittsburgh, PA, November 7, 2009; mechanical engineer; active in alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon.

'56 DVM—Emil E. Perona Jr. of Andover, NJ, December 21, 2009; veterinarian; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'56 BME—Richard W. Scott of Newark, DE, February 14, 2010; engineer, DuPont; developed process for producing plastic soda bottles; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'56—Robert J. Wellott of Richardson, TX, February 12, 2010; veteran.

'57 MS—Charles J. Coleman of Haddonfield, NJ, January 21, 2010; professor emeritus of management, Rutgers U. School of Business, Camden; author; editor; active in professional affairs.

'57 BS Ag—Charles E. De Brock of Montvale, NJ, January 13, 2010; produce salesman, H. Schnell Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Wife, Lois (Meitzel) '52.

'57, BCE '59—John M. Hamister of Hillsboro, TX, December 26, 2008; civil engineer. Chi Epsilon.

'57, BME '58—Donald A. Keating of Columbia, SC, December 5, 2009; professor emeritus of engineering, U. of South Carolina; also worked at Case Western Reserve U. and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

'57 LLB—Frank M. Leary of Auburn, NY, September 13, 2009; attorney.

'57 JD—Robert B. Myers of Glastonbury, CT, December 9, 2009; attorney; associate counsel, Pratt & Whitney.

'57 BS HE—Beverly Graham Powers of Fairport, NY, December 28, 2009; sales representative. Pi Beta Phi.

'57 PhD—Joseph V. Scaletti of Albuquerque, NM, March 8, 2010; professor and chair, Dept. of Microbiology, and co-founder, U. of New Mexico School of Medicine; first VP for Research, U. of New Mexico; founder, UNM Allied Health Sciences; founder, UNM Research Park; created UNM's Rural Health Interdisciplinary Program; also taught at U. of Minnesota; improved healthcare in underserved rural communities; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'58 BA—Don K. Alpaugh of Pawleys Island, SC, formerly of Lebanon Township, NJ, January 15, 2010; veteran; active in religious and alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'58 MBA—Roswell M. Kring of Medina, WA, December 29, 2009; finance manager, Boeing Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'58 MD—Ralph J. Lewis of Basking Ridge, NJ, February 15, 2010; chief of thoracic surgeon, Robert Wood Johnson U. Hospital; clinical professor of thoracic surgery, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School; pioneer in VATS (video-assisted thoracic surgery); author; active in professional affairs.

'58—Houston H. MacIntosh of Alexandria, VA, February 14, 2010; psychiatrist; specialist in Freudian psychoanalysis; taught psychiatry at Georgetown U. School of Medicine; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'58, BME '59, MBA '60—Phillip W. Marriott of Vero Beach, FL, March 5, 2010; executive VP, Mobil Oil Europe; oil industry consultant; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Sigma Nu.

'58, BS Ag '60—Alan W. Merrill of Tryon, NC, formerly of Madison and Dodgeville, WI, March 14, 2010; director, corporate fresh meats sales, and director of sales for Canada, Oscar Mayer & Co.; raised Norwegian Fjord horses; active in community affairs. Sigma Nu.

'58 MD—Thomas J. O'Grady of Sylvania, OH, February 28, 2010; retired thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon, Toledo Clinic; chief of staff, Mercy St. Charles Hospital; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'59, B Chem E '60—Bartley R. Frueh of Ann Arbor, MI, February 16, 2010; professor emeritus of ophthalmology and visual sciences, Kellogg Eye Center, U. of Michigan; oculoplastic surgeon; active in professional and alumni affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'59 PhD—Eugene Le Goff of East Lansing, MI, March 10, 2010; retired professor of organic chemistry, Michigan State U.; author; photographer. Wife, Elizabeth (Newell) '58.

'59, BCE '60—David M. Rempe of Champaign, IL, February 8, 2010; geotechnical consultant; civil engineer; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Epsilon.

'59 PhD—Vimla Swani Sinha of Allentown, PA, January 4, 2010; professor of psychology, Muhlenberg College; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'59 BA—Ann Acklin Stanton of Montclair, NJ, January 13, 2010; real estate agent. Delta Gamma. Husband, Richard A. Stanton '55, MBA '58.

'60, BS Ag '64—Charles W. Bigalow of Shelburne, VT, February 22, 2010; professor emeritus, U. of Vermont; founded tax schools and led the Office of Computer Services, U. of Vermont; active in community affairs. Theta Xi.

'60—Barbara Billin of Mount Airy, MD, January 4, 2010. Kappa Delta.

'60 BS Ag—Frank R. Critelli Jr. of Ridgebury, NY, March 20, 2010; manager and supervisor; partner, Joe's Greenhouses; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. '60 MS—Alease Byrd Darensbourg of Baton Rouge, LA, December 22, 2009; teacher, East Baton Rouge Parish school system.

'60 PhD—Henry F. Dobyns of Edmond, OK, formerly of Tucson, AZ, June 21, 2009; anthropologist and ethnohistorian; professor of applied anthropology, U. of Arizona; also taught at Cornell U., U. of Florida, U. of Kentucky, Prescott College, U. of Wisconsin, Parkside, and U. of Oklahoma; expert on pre-Columbian demography and early Spanish settlements; researched water rights for the Gila River Indians; NEH research fellow; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'60 JD—P. John Kozyris of Thessaloniki, Greece, formerly of Upper Arlington, OH, February 10, 2010; professor emeritus of law, Ohio State U.; law professor, U. of Thessaloniki; helped found modern Greek studies at Ohio State U.; advocate for the formation of the European Economic Community; author; active in professional affairs.

'60—William H. Link of Livermore, CO, February 24, 2010; accountant; technical advisor, Link Foundation; veteran; active in community affairs.

'60, BArch '61—James R. Nelson of Kennett Square, PA, January 27, 2009; architect. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'60-62 SP Ag—Frank R. Wicks of Marcellus, NY, February 7, 2010; retired fermentation operator, Bristol Labs; veteran; active in community affairs.

'60 BA—John P. Wright of Springfield, MO, December 5, 2009; founder, Wright's Home Improvement; operated Horizon Shutters. Phi Kappa Psi.

'61 MS—Robert T. Belden of Darien, CT, December 29, 2009; senior VP, Juice Bowl Div., Campbell Soup Co.; founding member, Food Co. Inc.; veteran.

'61 BS Nurs—Elizabeth Rothwell Blanchflower of Falmouth, ME, July 21, 2009; nurse.

'61-66 GR—Stanley Daniels Jr. of Highland, NY, December 19, 2009; elementary and secondary teacher, SUNY New Paltz; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'61, BEE '62—Glenn C. Hudson of San Jose, CA, December 25, 2009; engineer, nuclear energy and telecommunications industries; veteran.

'61 BA—Arthur H. Kroll of Scarsdale, NY, February 15, 2010; attorney; specialist in ERISA, tax, and executive compensation; author; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Zeta Beta Tau.

'61—John B. Legler of Bogart, GA, February 1, 2010; professor emeritus of banking and finance, Terry College of Business, U. of Georgia; director, Georgia Economic Forecasting Project; professor of economics and asst. director, Inst. for Urban and Regional Studies, Washington U. in St. Louis; author; active in professional affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'61 PhD—Jerome H. Maner of Macon, GA, December 26, 2009; worked on agricultural production in Latin America; director, Rockefeller Foundation for Brazil; also worked with Int'l Agricultural Development Svcs. and Winrock Int'l; author; active in professional and religious affairs.

'61 BA—David McClumpha of Selkirk, NY, March 23, 2010; worked for NYS Division of the Budget and NYS Education Dept.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'61 PhD—Glenn E. Snelbecker of Wyndmoor, PA, January 24, 2010; professor of educational psychology, Temple U.; clinical and research psychologist, Veterans Administration; director, Project Rainbow; author; veteran. Wife, Janice (Fixler) '59.

'61, BEE '73, MEE '74—E. Alan Tennant of Zebulon, NC, formerly of Newfield, NY, February 21, 2010; senior principal engineer, Nat'l Cash Register; worked on the F-117 Stealth Fighter; designed and developed microprocessor systems; consultant; pilot; active in community and professional affairs.

'61, B Chem E '62—Douglas E. Whitney Jr. of Chadds Ford, PA, February 27, 2010; patent attorney; senior partner, Morris, Nichols and Tunnell; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Tau Kappa Epsilon.

'62 BA—Michael D. Abrams of East Sussex, England, December 21, 2009; co-founder, Gotham Art Theatre; theatrical producer; screenwriter; children's book writer; art collector. Zeta Beta Tau.

'62 DVM—Robert R. Brown of Viola, AR, June 17, 2009.

'62 PhD—Howard R. Flock of New York City, October 3, 2009; professor of psychology, York U.; expert on visual perception; veteran; author; student of Italian Renaissance art; active in community and professional affairs.

'62 BS ILR—Judith Mushbac Layzer of New York City, January 8, 2010; administrator of contract compliance, Dept. of Transportation, City of New York; co-founder, the Committee for Women in Non-Traditional Jobs; active in civic and community affairs.

'62 BA, MBA '64—Harris H. Palmer Jr. of Westhampton Beach, NY, January 2, 2010; executive, Mobil Oil Co.; manager, real estate advisory business; active in community and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'62 DVM—Joachim A. Schneider of Eastham, MA, February 28, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Psi.

'62 MILR—Robert J. Sera of Fairfield, CT, March 14, 2010; executive manager; active in community affairs.

'62 BS ILR—G. David Van Epps of Loveland, OH, December 1, 2009; environmental attorney. Kappa Sigma.

'62 PhD—Walter E. Waterbury of Spokane, WA, November 18, 2009; research scientist, Miles/Hollister-Stier; veteran; active in community affairs.

'63 MPA—John Glendening of Cliffside Park, NJ, September 18, 2009.

'63 BS Ag, MST '68—Thomas G. Henderson Jr. of Upper Marlboro, MD, February 8, 2009; professor emeritus, Prince George's Community College.

'63 BS Ag—Victor L. Maciejewski of Rochester, NY, June 28, 2009; BOCES teacher.

'63 PhD—Oval Myers Jr. of Carbondale, IL, January 14, 2010; professor emeritus, Dept. of Plant, Soil, and Agricultural Systems, Southern Illinois U; also taught at U. of Arkansas; farmer; active in religious affairs.

'63, BME '64, MME '66—Joseph E. Stodola of Moravia, IA, May 19, 2009; mechanical engineer. Phi Delta Theta.

'63 MPA—William Wasserstrom of Wynnewood, PA, July 13, 2009. Wife, Anne (Tufillaro), MS '78.

'64, BME '65—Nicolas C. Criticos of Plymouth, MN, November 29, 2009; worked for Target Corp. Tau Delta Phi.

'64 MD—Arthur H. Hayes Jr. of Oxford, CT, February 11, 2010; professor of medicine and pharmacology and director of clinical pharmacology, Pennsylvania State U.; provost and dean, New York Medical College; president, E.M. Pharmaceuticals; assoc. dean for academic programs, Cornell Medical College; former FDA Commissioner under President Reagan; founder, MediScience Assocs.; co-founded medical clinic on the Pacific island of Pohnpei for Jesuit Missions; veteran; author; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'64, BA '67—Richard S. Kindleberger of Cambridge, MA, January 1, 2010; reporter and editor, Boston Globe; high school language teacher; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'64 BA—Jack T. Litman of New York City, January 23, 2010; defense attorney in murder trials; former deputy chief of the homicide bureau, Manhattan district attorney's office; active in alumni affairs.

'64 MD—Thomas R. Vaughan Jr. of San Francisco, CA, November 30, 2009; chief of staff, St. Francis Memorial Hospital; pulmonologist and critical-care specialist, Kaiser Medical Center; fellow, UCSF Cardiovascular Research Inst.; staff physician, San Francisco Veterans Hospital; active in professional affairs.

'65 PhD—Edwin J. Eames of Fresno, CA, October 25, 2009; anthropology professor, Temple U. and Baruch College; co-founder, Int'l Assn. of Assistance Dog Partners; advocate for rights of the disabled; active in civic and community affairs.

'65 MD—Nicholas J. Fortuin of Owings Mills, MD, April 11, 2010; cardiologist; professor of medicine, Johns Hopkins Medical Inst.; also worked for the US Public Health Service at U. of North Carolina School of Medicine; pioneer in echocardiography; active in professional affairs.

'65 MEd—Edward J. Nemeth of Sarasota, FL, January 27, 2006; professor of education, U. of Nebraska; educator, author, and educational planner in China and Latin America; active in community and religious affairs.

'65 BA—Ralph J. Thanhauser of Vineyard Haven, MA, November 23, 2009; filmed a documentary about the director Jean-Luc Godard; worked in legislative services; helped found Abode of the Message Sufi community; fisherman; active in religious and alumni affairs. Zeta Beta Tau.

'65 BS Ag, MBA '66—George M. Trimberger of Stallings, NC, January 23, 2010; senior sales representative, DuPont; veteran; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'66 PhD—Morris E. Binkley Jr. of Batavia, IL, December 27, 2009; experimental physicist, Fermi Nat'l Accelerator Laboratory; worked on the large hadron collider experiment at CERN; taught at Duke U. and U. of Wisconsin; Volkswagen fellow, Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron; active in professional affairs.

'66 BS HE—Andrea Jacobson of Ukiah, CA, January 7, 2010; worked at Mendocino County Office of Education; math teacher, Ukiah High School; also worked for Arthur Andersen accounting firm; radio host; helped start Lovin' Blooms organic greenhouse; active in professional affairs.

'66, BA '69—James P. Maher III of Miami, FL, August 3, 2009; president, Morgan Price & Co.; founder, Vintage Importers; veteran. Alpha Delta Phi.

'66—Thomas E. Oxley of Highland Beach, FL, December 17, 2009; the "Voice of Polo," Royal Palm Polo; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'66—Victoria A. Simons of Ghent, NY, March 1, 2010; editor, The Independent; co-founder and first executive director, Columbia County Bounty; VP for operations, Eastern Women's Center; co-founder, Message-Desk; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'67 BEE—James F. McKevitt of San Jose, CA, March 9, 2010; pioneer in microprocessors, Intel; also worked for Western Digital Corp. and Hughes Aircraft; active in professional affairs. Pi Kappa Alpha.

'67—Donald M. Messa of Essex Junction, VT, December 31, 2009; retired software acquisition and quality assurance specialist; worked for Space Research Corp., Estabrook Engineering, Martin Marietta, and General Dynamics; veteran; active in civic and religious affairs.

'67 BS Hotel—Alan K. Pratt of Thomaston, ME, February 12, 2010.

'67 BS HE—Barbara Polland Stein of Brooklyn, NY, December 21, 2009; retired program administrator.

'68 PhD—Roy F. Sutton of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, June 4, 2008.

'68—James W. Zimmer of Maine, NY, March 11, 2010; retired from IBM; outdoorsman.

'69-71 GR—David P. Milnor of Sacramento, CA, November 19, 2009; electrical engineer; worked at McClellan Air Force Base and the Air Force Missile Test Center; veteran; poet.

'69—Lynnwood H. Thomas of Schuylerville, NY, February 15, 2010; poultry farmer; active in professional and religious affairs.

'69 MPA—Michael C. Wells of Alexandria, VA, January 14, 2010; program analyst, HUD.

'70 PhD—Constance M. Wilson of Portland, ME, February 17, 2010; professor, Northern Illinois State U.; also taught at San Francisco State College; expert on Southeast Asia; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'70 MPA—Henry L. Wilson Jr. of San Rafael, CA, March 16, 2010; hospital director, Mt. Zion Hospital (San Francisco) and Women's Medical College (Philadelphia).

'72 PhD—Jimmy B. Benson of Atlanta, GA, March 25, 2010; biologist, State of Georgia; taught at Morris College and Savannah State U.

'72 BA—Kenneth A. Butler of Ithaca, NY, April 5, 2010; environmental engineer; manager, Bolton Point Municipal Water System; active in community affairs.

'72 PhD—Geoffrey R. Golner of Berkeley, CA, December 15, 2009; taught physics at Maharishi U.; principal, Quiet Island Electric; pianist.

'72 BA—David W. Long of Shiremanstown, PA, February 13, 2010; systems program analyst, Rite Aid Corp.; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Barbara (Phillips) '73.

'72, BS Hotel '71—Edward T. Marvill of Ambler, PA, June 2, 2009; president, E. T. Marvill-Architect. Sigma Chi.

'72—Robert W. Plass Jr. of Marianna, FL, November 15, 2009; landscaper; also worked for the USDA; veteran. Sigma Chi.

'72 PhD—Melvin V. Splitter of Lorraine, KS, March 8, 2010; farmer and crop consultant; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Janet (Janssen), PhD '72.

'73 BA—John D. Dullea of Glastonbury, CT, February 5, 2010; dentist; veteran. Phi Kappa Psi.

'73 MEd, PhD '94—Jonathan J. Fyock of Owego, NY, January 16, 2010; taught science and health, Owego Apalachin School District; director of distance learning education, College of the Marianas, Saipan; owner, Photo Doctor; veteran.

'73—Oscar McKenzie Jr. of Syracuse, NY, March 10, 2010; attorney; active in religious affairs.

'73 MME—Paul G. Swinburne of Baldwinsville, NY, March 11, 2010; senior mechanical engineer, Fitzpatrick Power Plant; also worked for Stone and Webster; active in community affairs.

'74 BA—Judith Ling of Washington, DC, April 1, 2010; pediatrician; researcher, US Navy study on treatment of malaria in Indonesia; active in community affairs. Delta Gamma.

'74 MBA—Gregory A. Rand of Marblehead, MA, and Miami Beach, FL, March 30, 2007; president, First City Development; real estate developer and investor; veteran; active in community affairs.

'76 BArch—Benjamin R. Burdsall II of Saco, ME, formerly of Avon, CT, March 2, 2010; architect, Bureau of General Svcs., State of Maine; project construction manager, Gilbane Building Co.; active in community and professional affairs.

'76 BA—Richard P. Murphy of Martinez, GA, January 9, 2010; senior legal advisor, Medical College of Georgia; asst. district administrator and senior trial counsel, US Securities and Exchange Comm.; chief, branch of criminal reference, SEC; attorney; active in professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Ana (Alvarez) '76.

'76, BS Nurs '77—Laurie Krongaus Saltsman of Los Angeles, CA, January 24, 2010; registered nurse; certified lactation consultant.

'77 BS Nurs—Maria Pennock Slesinger of Seattle, WA, December 15, 2009; nurse; expert in telephone triage; artist.

'78 MS, PhD '81—Thomas J. Gentile of Medford, MA, February 7, 2010; physicist, Lincoln Lab/MIT.

'78 BS HE—Carol Frerichs George of Ithaca, NY, December 13, 2009; child and family therapist, Family and Children's Service; active in religious affairs.

'79 BA—John B. Thorbjarnarson of Gainesville, FL, February 14, 2010; expert on crocodiles and alligators; senior conservation scientist, Wildlife Conservation Society; active in professional affairs.

'80 JD—Eric P. Nelson of Wake Forest, NC, January 13, 2010; attorney; author; veteran.

'80 BS Ag—Arnold L. Reich of Flushing, NY, January 6, 2010; computer consultant, American Management Systems.

'80 MA, PhD '84—Katherine Terrell Svejnar of Ann Arbor, MI, December 29, 2009; economics professor, Ford School of Public Policy and the Ross School of Business, U. of Michigan; author; consultant to the World Bank, OECD, and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development; also taught at Cornell U. and U. of Pittsburgh; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'81 DVM—Thomas H. Chase of Lamoine, ME, February 21, 2010; veterinarian; assoc. research scientist, Jackson Laboratory; researched cardiomyopathy, clotting abnormalities, and tissue transplantation; artist; ski instructor; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'81, BS Hotel '82—John W. Foster of Bethesda, MD, January 13, 2010; VP, govt. business development, FuelCell Energy; co-founder, Thermal Matrix; lead engineer, Space Shuttle Main Engine Test Program, NASA; NASA representative to the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and technical expert, Space Shuttle Program; design engineer, Boeing; also worked for RV Davis & Associates.

'81 MBA—Lawrence J. Podrasky of Walnut Creek, CA, February 19, 2010; engineer, General Electric Nuclear Energy Division and Space Division; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'81 MBA—William G. Seawick of Los Altos Hills, CA, April 17, 2007; chief marketing director, TRADOS Inc.; active in alumni affairs. Wife, Susan (Solat), MILR '85.

'81 BA—Peter C. Yih of Richardson, TX, August 24, 2009.

'82 JD—Karen Arms of Cortland, NY, February 26, 2010; wrote textbooks on biology, environmental science, and gardening; attorney; farmer; former professor; webmaster; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'83 BEE, MEE '85—Dennis M. Cleary of Pittsfield, NY, January 29, 2010; electrical engineer; sports car enthusiast.

'83 MPS—William S. Hsu of La'ie, HI, November 20, 2009; business professor, Brigham Young U.-Hawaii; president, Taiwan Kaohsiung Mission; former hospitality executive; active in professional and religious affairs.

'85 BS Ag—Laura Deiner Metzgar of Grand Island, NY, December 31, 2009; special projects manager and VP, M&T Bank; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'85—Paula T. Nowakowski of Alexandria, VA, January 9, 2010; chief of staff to House Minority Leader John Boehner; communications director, House GOP Conference; VP for public affairs, American Insurance Assn.; active in professional and religious affairs. Delta Gamma.

'87, BS HE '88—Cynthia R. Green of Berkeley Heights, NJ, March 3, 2010; attorney; environmental claims manager, AIG.

'89 MBA—Terrence P. Meagher of Palo Alto, CA, March 8, 2010; artist; writer.

'91 PhD—Cynthia R. Anderson of White Salmon, WA, July 24, 2008; veterinarian; former anatomy instructor, Kansas State U. Veterinary School; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'93 BS Ag—David N. Gerakos of Naples, FL, February 20, 2010.

'94-95 GR—Sheryl A. Rosenthal of Kensington, MD, January 5, 2010; co-founder and manager, D.C. Jewish Community Center's Community Services Program; policy analyst, Dept. of Health and Human Services, FDA, and Office of Dietary Supplement at NIH; volunteered with AIDS babies; active in community affairs.

'96 BA, MD '00—Keisha M. DePass of Baltimore, MD, January 19, 2010; pediatrician and orthopaedist, Maryland Pediatric Orthopaedic Center; active in professional affairs.

'96 DVM—Rachel P. Gilligan of Mahopac, NY, February 3, 2010; veterinarian.

'96 BS Ag—Errin J. Vulery of Decatur, GA, November 17, 2009; worked for nonprofit organizations; active in community affairs.

'99 MBA—James S. Garrett of Sandy, UT, September 28, 2009; worked in finance; owner, Primarch Capital investment firm; radio talk-show host.

'02 LLM—Andres S. Aya-Smitmans of Bogotá, Colombia, March 8, 2010; attorney.

'03, BS Ag '04—Jeffrey T. Vanhorn of Warren, PA, February 21, 2010; worked for Laboratory Corp. of America; active community and religious affairs.

'03 BA—Christine H. White of Bergenfield, NJ, March 10, 2010; high school teacher; active in religious affairs.

'07 BS Ag—Jessica E. Byrd of Naples, FL, formerly of Gainesville, FL, January 2, 2010; food scientist, Vita-Rich Industries; active in community affairs.

'07—Clayton J. DeFisher of Williamson, NY, January 1, 2010; biology major; staff member, Cornell Outdoor Education; active in religious affairs.

'11—Oliver S. Schaufelberger of Lebanon, NJ, January 13, 2010; student, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Sigma Phi.

'12—William A. Sinclair of Chevy Chase, MD, March 11, 2010; Engineering student; jazz musician; automobile enthusiast.

'12—Mark T. von Bucher of Rochester, NY, January 26, 2010; Animal Sciences major; active in community affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'13—Bradley M. Ginsburg of Boca Raton, FL, February 17, 2010; Economics major. Alpha Epsilon Pi.

 
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