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November / December 2010
Nov./Dec. '10 Obituaries
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'30 BA—James H. Vuille of Sun City Center, FL, August 1, 2010; tennis pro; manager, St. Petersburg Tennis Center; worked in task force on red tide and studied vitamin B12 concentration in seawater; researcher, Pennsylvania Glass Sand Corp.; veteran; active in community affairs.

'33 BA, PhD '37—Francis B. Rosevear of Cincinnati, OH, July 5, 2010; retired chemist, Procter & Gamble; expert in soap chemistry; musician; author; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Cayuga Lodge. Wife, Ruth (Fisher) '36.

'34 BS Ag—Donald O. Call of Auburn, NY, June 22, 2010; egg farmer; agriculture teacher at Jordan-Elbridge; research technician; also worked at LeMoyne College. Alpha Zeta.

'34 BS Ag, PhD '42—Robert S. Reich of Baton Rouge, LA, July 31, 2010; professor of landscape architecture and founder of the Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Louisiana State U.; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'34 BA—Isabel White West of Friendship, ME, June 9, 2009; retired social worker. Alpha Phi.

'35 BS HE—Mary Steinman DeBarger of Overland Park, KS, July 19, 2010; retired dietician, Mass. Mutual Life Insurance; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'35 BS HE—Isabel Stewart Cornell Rege of Green Valley, AZ, October 28, 2007; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'35 BS Ag—Carlton A. Talcott of Lakeland, FL, July 21, 2010; retired industrial engineer; active in community and religious affairs.

'36—Anne Allen Barringer (Mrs. Benjamin L. '33, LLB '35) of Tazewell, VA, June 25, 2010; former justice of the peace.

'36 BS Ag—Carlton M. Edwards of Kalamazoo, MI, July 25, 2010; professor, forest products dept., and family housing specialist, Cooperative Extension, agricultural engineering, Michigan State U.; professor of agricultural engineering, Cornell U.; active in community and alumni affairs.

'36 BA—Harret Blatt Osterweis of Sarasota, FL, August 10, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'36—Edwin C. Rust of Memphis, TN, July 30, 2010; sculptor; director, Memphis Academy of Arts (now Memphis College of Art); associate professor and head of the fine arts dept., College of William and Mary; Red Cross field director during WWII; active in community and professional affairs.

'37 BA—Isabel Klein Burnham of New Castle, DE, April 9, 2010; laboratory chemist and advertising employee, DuPont Co.; held the patent for hot melt glue; active in civic and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta. Husband, Philip Burnham '36.

'37 BA—Adelaide Dolan Hatfield of Umatilla, FL, July 9, 2010; homemaker; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'37 BS HE—Roberta Edwards Patterson of West Lafayette, IN, June 25, 2010; food supervisor, Purdue U.; horticulture librarian; active in community and religious affairs.

'37 MD—Arthur W. Seligmann of New York City, June 6, 2010; associate professor of medicine, Cornell U. Medical College; internist; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'38 BS HE—Fern Bentley Blackburn of Medina, NY, June 30, 2010; high school teacher; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'38 BA, MA '40—Marian Kadel Boring (Mrs. Frank H. '39) of Harborside, ME, March 27, 2010; librarian; photographer; active in civic and community affairs. Delta Gamma.

'38 BS Ag, MS Ag '39—Albert H. Harrington of Pullman, WA, July 25, 2010; professor emeritus of agricultural economics, Washington State U.; also taught at Auburn U. and U. of Illinois; active in professional and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta. Wife, Harriet (Withey) '42.

'38 BA—Doris Betts Heckman of Sparta, NC, May 21, 2010; high school language teacher; active in alumni affairs.

'38—John B. Macreery of Redding, CT, formerly of Waccabuc and Granite Springs, NY, July 5, 2010; architect; lumber business manager; veteran; active in community affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'38 BA—Mary Nardi Pullen (Mrs. Winston E., PhD '50) of Orono, ME, June 16, 2010; teacher and secretary, U. of Maine; secretary, Cornell U.; active in community affairs.

'38 BEE—John E. Scheetz of East Rochester, NY, June 9, 2010; engineer, Rochester Gas and Electric; veteran. Tau Beta Phi.

'39—Margaret Ascher Beach of Harwinton, CT, formerly of Forestville, CT, April 12, 2010; veterinarian; researcher, USDA; manager, Beach Telephone Answering Service; active in community affairs.

'39 BS Ag—Melvin G. Hurd of Clintondale, NY, June 18, 2010; fruit farmer, M.G. Hurd and Sons; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Theta Xi.

'39 BA—Henry R. Keller of Naples, FL, July 25, 2010; insurance premium finance executive; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'39 BA—Mabel L. Lang of Bryn Mawr, PA, July 21, 2010; professor emeritus and chair of Greek, Bryn Mawr College; fellow, American School of Classical Studies at Athens; author; excavated the Acropolis and the Agora; worked on reconstruction of frescoes at Pylos; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'39—William H. Moulton of Boca Raton, FL, June 21, 2010. Acacia.

'39 BA, MA '40—Faith Edgerton Riesen of Reno, NV, formerly of San Francisco, CA, July 16, 2010; office manager, Pacific Nickel of Indonesia; substitute teacher; active in community affairs. Alpha Phi.

'39 BA, PhD '42—Ned Weissberg of Verona, NJ, July 22, 2010; stockbroker; professor of government, CCNY and Hunter College; VP, Galsworthy Inc.; veteran; active in community affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'40 BS HE—Louise Rider Deller of Webster, NY, February 5, 2010; active in community affairs.

'40 MS HE—Evelyn Byrd Jackson of Kettering, OH, July 29, 2010; artist; sculptor; jeweler; active in religious affairs.

'40 MS Ag—Champ M. Jones of Clemson, SC, July 13, 2010; professor emeritus of agronomy, Clemson U.; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'40 BS Hotel—Curtis W. Lafey of Media, PA, May 10, 2010. Zeta Psi.

'40—Jean U. Littledyke of San Diego, CA, July 27, 2010; junior high school teacher.

'40 BME—Newman M. Marsilius Jr. of Easton, CT, June 12, 2010; president, Producto Machine Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'40 BA—Elizabeth Russell Owings of Melbourne, FL, May 30, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'40 BA, MA '41—Bernard Sherak of Larchmont, NY, May 9, 2010; chairman of the board, Market Facts; VP of marketing, Kenyon & Eckhardt advertising agency; taught at Rutgers U.; veteran; author; entomologist; lepidopterist; ornithologist; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'40 BA—Margery Sauter Travis (Mrs. E. Bissell '40) of Ithaca, NY, formerly of Boca Raton, FL, and Nashville, TN, May 31, 2010; librarian; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Omicron Pi.

'41 BA, MA '46—Alex Inkeles of Berkeley, CA, July 9, 2010; professor of sociology, Stanford U.; active in alumni affairs.

'41 MD—Alexander S. MacDonald Jr. of Lincoln, VT, May 2, 2010; pediatrician; partner, Beverly Pediatrics Group; chief of pediatrics, Beverly Hospital; asst. clinical professor, Harvard U.; staff member, Fletcher Allen Health Care; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'41—Gladys Urban Traphagen of Alliance, OH, April 24, 2010; secretary, Republic Steel; active in community and religious affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'41 BS Ag—Harry G. Warner of Hudson, NY, April 9, 2010; county supervisor, Dept. of Agriculture, in Hudson and S. Cairo, NY; veteran; active in community affairs.

'41 MS—Jackson D. Webster of Hanover, IN, May 31, 2010; biology professor, Hanover College; also taught at Jamestown College; ornithologist; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'41 BS HE—Carol Ogle Woods of Albany, CA, formerly of Richmond, VA, and Barton Hills, MI, May 31, 2010; elementary school teacher; librarian; operated League houses; 4-H Club agent; active in community and alumni affairs.

'42 BS Nurs—Anne Hughes Campbell of Syracuse, NY, July 27, 2010; public health nurse; retired from Minneapolis Health Dept.; taught first-year nursing students at Upstate Medical Center; active in community and alumni affairs.

'42 BA—Mae Hamilton Entenman (Mrs. Alfred M. '42) of Grosse Pointe Farms, MI, July 2, 2010; retired homemaker; active in community affairs. Alpha Phi.

'42 BME—R. W. Hazelett of Colchester, VT, June 27, 2010; president and CEO, Hazelett Strip-Casting Corp.; worked for Bell Aircraft; founder, Tick Tock Shop; pilot; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'42 BS Ag, MS HE '49—Francena Lounsbery Miller of Columbia, MO, July 10, 2010; professor of family studies, Rochester Inst. of Technology; professor of sociology, Queens College; nat'l director, American Assn. of University Women; dean of home economics, U. of Connecticut; professor of rural sociology, Penn State U.; senior program consultant, W.K. Kellogg Foundation; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'42 BA—Velma Dalrymple Scarlett of Hamilton, NY, July 9, 2010; worked for Madison City Social Services; teacher; active in community affairs.

'42 BCE—William P. Smith of North Chatham, MA, June 15, 2010; president, Clark and Smith; chairman of the board, Ford Construction Corp.; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'42-43 SP Ag—John E. Van Order of Newfield, NY, formerly of Ithaca, NY, July 20, 2010; worked for Cayuga Rock Salt/Cargill; veteran; active in community affairs.

'42 BS HE—Alice Popp Whitaker of Bowie, MD, June 16, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Delta. Husband, James H. Whitaker '42, MS '47.

'42 BS Ag—Helen Reniff Williams (Mrs. Floyd E. '42) of Roanoke, VA, formerly of Troutville, VA, June 19, 2010; quality control lab technician, Bethlehem Steel and General Electric; high school science teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'42 BS HE—Phyllis Sainburg Wilson of Fresno, CA, July 30, 2010; teacher; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Epsilon Phi.

'43 BA—Gordon B. Blatz of Charlotte, NC, December 30, 2009. Delta Upsilon.

'43 BME—Laurence A. Lantz of Laconia, NH, June 27, 2010; professor, New Hampshire Vocational Technical College; construction technician; veteran; active in civic affairs.

'43 MD—Charles F. Laycock of Beverly Hills, FL, June 9, 2010; general surgeon in Wilkes-Barre, PA, and Long Branch, NJ.

'43 BA—Edward G. Newton of San Antonio, TX, June 13, 2010; worked for Detex Corp.; active in community and alumni affairs. Theta Delta Chi.

'43 BS HE—Mary Warner Nichols of Cutler Bay, FL, June 14, 2010; asst. principal, Homestead Air Base and Howard Drive elementary schools; active in community and alumni affairs. Husband, Phillips E. Nichols '42.

'43 MS Ag—Edwin J. Rousek of Fresno, CA, August 9, 2010; professor and chair of animal science, California State U., Fresno; founder, Fresno State School of Agriculture; veteran; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'43 BA—George B. Saxe of Palo Alto, CA, July 28, 2010; retired investor, Saxon Enterprises; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Pi Lambda Phi.

'43 BS Hotel—V. Stewart Underwood of Ithaca, NY, July 11, 2010; commercial real estate broker; operated the Kent Steak House; owner, Sunnyside Restaurant; also worked for Duncan Hines and Roy H. Park; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Delta Tau Delta.

'43 MME—Edwin B. Watson of Ocala, FL, June 11, 2010; chief engineer, Bendix Corp.; taught at Cornell U.; engineering consultant; active in community and religious affairs. Tau Beta Phi.

'43 BS Ag—Harris Wilcox of Churchville, NY, July 17, 2010; chairman, Harris Wilcox Inc.; auctioneer; realtor; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'43 BS HE—Rosemary Williams Wilson of Kingston, RI, May 31, 2010; taught home economics, U. of Rhode Island; pilot, Civil Air Patrol; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Chi Omega. Husband, Philip H. Wilson '42, MS '53.

'44 DVM—David T. Berman of Madison, WI, July 8, 2010; veterinarian; professor emeritus and associate dean of graduate biological sciences, U. of Wisconsin; consultant, World Health Organization and the Food and Agricultural Org. of the UN; chaired the USDA's Brucellosis Technical Commission; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'44 MS HE—Lucille Frech Coultrap of Oswego, NY, formerly of Clarendon Hills, IL, June 12, 2010; dietician; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'44 BEE—Richard H. Demmy of West Chester, PA, April 8, 2010; electrical engineer. Phi Delta Theta. Wife, Ruth (Groom) '44.

'44 DVM—Frederick A. Erb of Landaff, NH, June 29, 2010; veterinarian; dairy farmer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'44 BS HE—Elizabeth Kalnay Fennelly of Osseo, MN, June 29, 2010; retired high school teacher; operated a cooking school; vineyard and Christmas tree farm owner; active in civic and community affairs.

'44 MA—Elizabeth Wilson Hawkins of Chapel Hill, NC, formerly of Charlottesville, VA, and Chicago, IL, July 7, 2010; English instructor, Piedmont Virginia Community College; active in community affairs. Kappa Delta.

'44, BEE '49—J. Lynn Noey of Oak Ridge, TN, June 29, 2010; superintendent of instrumentation and control design, engineering division, Martin-Marietta Energy Systems; also worked for Union Carbide; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'44—James J. O'Connor of Bryn Mawr, PA, May 5, 2010.

'44 BME—Charles A. Perelli of Toms River, NJ, June 3, 2010; project director, Lummus Global; specialist in synthetic fuels projects; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'44 BS Chem E—F. C. Wells Shoemaker of Sparta, NC, July 25, 2010; owner, Filterex; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Tau Delta. Wife, Sara (Storm) '44.

'44—Charles P. Weiss of Boca Raton, FL, July 8, 2010; owner, Morgan & White Appliances and Williams Furniture; recruited by the Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, and the Pittsburgh Cardinals; active in alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'45—Thomas A. Cartmill of Davidson, NC, July 14, 2010; director of athletics and golf coach, Davidson College; director of athletics, St. Lawrence U. and Friends School-Baltimore; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'45 BA—Elizabeth Lind Everett of Sherwood Oaks, PA, March 27, 2010; social worker, Child Guidance Center at Western Psychiatric Inst. and Clinic; active in community and professional affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'45 PhD—Joseph E. Howland of Reno, NV, July 4, 2010; professor emeritus of horticulture and journalism, U. of Nevada; founder, Gold Turfgrass School and Nevada Gardener Magazine; also worked for Geo. J. Ball Inc.; author; editor.

'45, BS HE '44—Rosemarie Loew Irving of Lawrenceville, GA, March 26, 2010; contracts & grants administrator, Illinois Dept. of Children & Family Services. Husband, Donald J. Irving '44.

'45—Edgar W. Pedersen of Ithaca, NY, February 15, 2010; retired from the Hun School of Princeton.

'45, BS Chem E '44—William J. Rothfuss of Greenville, SC, July 1, 2010; president and CEO, US Packaging Corp.; VP of manufacturing, Cryovac Div., W.R. Grace & Co.; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'45 MS Ag—Tsuneo Y. Tanabe of State College, PA, May 27, 2010; associate professor of dairy physiology, Penn State U.; expert on bovine reproductive physiology; folk dance instructor; active in community and professional affairs.

'45-46 GR—Lt. Col. Rodger B. Werner of Rantoul, IL, April 30, 2010; retired Air Force officer; pilot; veteran; insurance and car salesman; active in community affairs.

'46 BS Nurs—Helen L. Aubel of York, PA, July 15, 2010; asst. chief of nursing, Lebanon Veterans Hospital; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'46 BS Hotel—LeVon Keenan Dayton of Las Vegas, NV, March 13, 2010; international hotel broker and consultant.

'46, BS HE '45—Leah Smith Drexler (Mrs. Henry P. '45) of Sherburne, NY, May 24, 2010; retired Cornell Cooperative Extension coordinator, Chenango County; operated Smyrna Stock Car Raceway; auctioneer; dairy farmer; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Gamma.

'46, BA '45—Richard S. Shineman of Oswego, NY, May 27, 2010; first chemistry dept. chair, SUNY Oswego; also taught at Purdue U.; veteran; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Lambda Chi Alpha.

'46 BEE—L. Whitley Simmons of Mechanicsburg, PA, formerly of Hershey, PA, July 1, 2010; retired director of corporate contributions, Hershey Co.; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'47—Dorothy Lawrence Bell (Mrs. Norman R., ME '45) of Brasstown, NC, August 8, 2009; homemaker.

'47—Carol Nauth Euller of Webster, NY, formerly of Buffalo, NY, April 25, 2009.

'47 BS Nurs—Jeanette Dontzow Hines of Santa Cruz, CA, August 9, 2010; registered nurse.

'47 BEE—Charles L. Knauf Jr. of Hendersonville, NC, formerly of Port Jefferson, NY, January 1, 2010; electrical engineer.

'47 BCE—Lt. Col. Milton K. Pigg of Arlington, VA, January 14, 2009; veteran.

'47 MD—Fred Plum of New York City, June 11, 2010; neurologist-in-chief and chairman of the Dept. of Neurology and Neuroscience, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center; expert on the metabolism of the brain in traumatic head injury, stroke, and coma; originator of the term "permanent vegetative state"; author; editor, Annals of Neurology; active in professional affairs.

'47 MA, PhD '50—Richard K. Redfern of Bradenton, FL, formerly of Clarion, PA, August 3, 2010; retired English professor, Clarion U.; taught at Geschwister-Scholl Gymnasium and universities in Duisburg and Hanover, Germany; Elderhostel instructor; expert on New Yorker cartoons; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'47—Herbert Roth of Brentwood, TN, June 18, 2010; salesman, Mead Corp.; active in community affairs. Wife, Silence (Turnbull) '47.

'47 BA—Jean Jephson Gough Schild of Mesa, AZ, formerly of Naples, FL, and Spencerport, NY, July 27, 2010; elementary school teacher; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'47 BA—Carl M. Shetzley of Doylestown, PA, July 1, 2010; family medicine practitioner; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'47—Herbert Shprentz of Irvington, NY, July 3, 2010; president, Herbert Shprentz Co.; electronics manufacturer's representative; veteran. Sigma Alpha Mu.

'47 BS Hotel—Margit C. Sonneborn of Zurich, Switzerland, March 10, 2010.

'47 BA—Dorothy Landis Stevens of Crestview Hills, KY, March 18, 2007. Husband, Alan D. Stevens, DVM '47.

'47 BA—Melvin Zuckerman of New York City, October 24, 2009; president, Cuyler & Co.; past president, New York Wine & Food Society.

'48 BS ILR—Rev. Harry F. Boehmke of Coventry, RI, July 20, 2010; retired minister.

'48 BS HE—Nancy Lain Cox of Vero Beach, FL, formerly of Mt. Lebanon, PA, August 10, 2010; docent, Carnegie Museum of Art; active in community and alumni affairs. Delta Delta Delta.

'48 MA—Joseph O. Eastlack Jr. of Moorestown, NJ, July 15, 2010; professor and creator of the master's program in international marketing, St. Joseph's U.; market researcher, Campbell Soup Co.

'48 BA—Joseph A. Falconi of Lakewood, NJ, formerly of San Francisco, CA, and Quito, Ecuador, July 19, 2010; developed Altamira, a residential suburb of Quito, Ecuador; CPA.

'48 BA, MD '51—Peter T. Janulis of Delray Beach, FL, formerly of New York City, July 7, 2010; psychiatrist; associate clinical professor, Cornell Medical College; veteran; active in alumni affairs.

'48 BA—Robert A. Knapp of Guilderland, NY, July 13, 2010; chief data systems auditor, NYS welfare and Medicaid programs; founder, Management Systems & Techniques; construction auditor, General Electric Realty Corp.; veteran; violinist; author; active in community affairs. Sigma Pi.

'48 BS ILR—Irwin W. Krantz of San Ramon, CA, May 25, 2010; executive.

'48 BS Ag—Claire Cameron Raynor of Rochester, NY, May 21, 2010; cancer researcher, U. of Rochester Medical School; analytical chemist, Eastman Kodak Research Labs; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Alpha Xi Delta.

'48 BA—Joan Kamerer Thurston of Richmond, VA, April 12, 2010. Pi Beta Phi.

'48 BME, MS '49—Robert L. Trimpi of Gloucester Point, VA, June 27, 2010; Distinguished Research Associate, NASA Langley Research Center; expert in fluid dynamics and design and performance of aerodynamic research facilities; worked on the Mercury, Viking, Apollo, and Space Shuttle programs; president, Glarus Assocs.; also worked for George Washington U.; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs.

'48 BA—Hope Graff Waingrow of Edgartown, MA, formerly of Claremont, CA, June 13, 2010; high school and college English teacher; reporter, Claremont Courier; assistant town clerk, Town of Edgartown; author; editor; active in civic and community affairs.

'48 BS Ag—Samuel Waterman of Seattle, WA, and New York City, January 16, 2010; microbiologist; technology consultant; NOAA editor; artist; author; Civil War historian; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'49 BA—John A. Dodd of Sacramento, CA, July 23, 2010; commercial property underwriter and marine insurance agent, Aetna Life and Casualty Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs. Chi Psi.

'49—Millicent Lussier Drew (Mrs. Jack I. '47) of Vestal, NY, August 4, 2010; homemaker. Kappa Delta.

'49 BS Ag, PhD '60—Charles H. Elliott Jr. of Clearfield, KY, August 10, 2010; professor of philosophy, sociology, anthropology, and race and ethnicity; taught at Tampa College, Morehead State U., Syracuse U., Cornell U., Fordham U., and U. of Gothenburg; opera singer; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'49 PhD—Tom W. Embleton of Alta Loma, CA, March 10, 2010; professor of horticultural science, U. of California; veteran.

'49 BME—Lloyd E. Hahn of Getzville, NY, March 17, 2010; retired VP of operations and labor relations, National Fuel; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'49 BS Ag—Harland R. Kester of West Valley, NY, June 25, 2010. Alpha Gamma Rho. Wife, Jane (Handforth) '48.

'49 BA, MBA '50—Howard J. Ludington Jr. of Fairport, NY, August 6, 2010; mortgage investment banker; executive; veteran; active in civic, professional, and religious affairs. Sigma Nu.

'49 B Chem E—William H. Manogue of Newark, DE, May 2, 2010; research fellow and senior chemical engineer, DuPont; adjunct professor in chemical engineering, U. of Delaware; veteran; author; active in professional affairs.

'49—Marcia Hedberg Sanders of Galveston, TX, June 2, 2010; admissions office staff, UTMB School of Nursing in Galveston; active in community affairs.

'49 BME—Ernest F. Slocum of New Hartford, NY, April 29, 2010; engineer, Stetson-Harza Engineering; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'49, BA '50, MBA '52—Boris Stasiuk of Portsmouth, NH, formerly of Waterbury, CT, July 20, 2010; worked in the brass industry; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'49 MS—Stephen Swetek of Ventura, CA, May 22, 2010; teacher, Ventura Unified School District; active in community affairs.

'50 BA—Edward H. Hoenicke of Punta Gorda, FL, and Grantham, NH, June 13, 2010; senior VP and general counsel, United Airlines; director, United Airlines, Hertz, Westin Hotels, and Hilton Int'l; president, Beech-Nut Int'l; attorney, Olin Corp.; former president, Deep Springs College; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs.

'50 MS HE—Major Elna Peterson Mayhugh of Solvang, CA, formerly of San Mateo, CA, July 3, 2010; retired US Army dietician; home economics teacher; veteran; active in community affairs.

'50 JD—Gerald Mazur of Somers, NY, May 31, 2010; attorney; chief supervising special referee, NYS Supreme Court; veteran.

'50 BEE—William L. McCulloh of Monroe Township, NJ, June 15, 2010; custom furniture designer; operated a Radio Shack store; electrical engineer, Lockheed; veteran; musician; active in community and religious affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'50 DVM—Vincent E. McKenna of Delray Beach, FL, May 22, 2010; veterinarian; veteran.

'50, B Chem E '51—Robert W. Naylor of Wernersville, PA, formerly of West Lawn, PA, May 14, 2010; administrative VP and treasurer, Polymer Corp.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 BS Ag, DVM '54—Donald J. Newman of New Hartford, NY, formerly of Newport, NY, April 25, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'50 MME—Richard Phelan of Ithaca, NY, June 1, 2010; professor emeritus of mechanical and aerospace engineering, Cornell U.; veteran; author; active in community and professional affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'50 DVM—Simeon L. Ross of Greenlawn, NY, June 3, 2010; veterinarian.

'50 BA—Jocelyn Frost Sampson of Broomfield, CO, August 10, 2010; businesswoman; French teacher, Ridgefield High School; counselor, Senior Peer Counseling of Boulder and Broomfield Counties; active in community and alumni affairs.

'50—Robert A. Schroeder of Long Beach, NY, April 22, 2010; Buick dealer; veteran.

'50 BA—Susan Woodward Spence of Moreland Hills, OH, July 31, 2010; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta.

'50 LLB—Louis H. Swartz of Getzville, NY, June 9, 2010; emeritus professor, U. of Buffalo Law School and School of Social Work; expert on law and human sexuality; sociologist; also taught at Rutgers U. and Columbia U.; veteran; author; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'50, BA '57—Lt. Col. Jimmie L. Tetirick of Hemet, CA, formerly of Riverside, CA, July 19, 2010; procurement officer, US Air Force; director, Chapman U. at March Air Force Base.

'50 BS Ag—Betty Beyer Thomas of Wilmington, DE, June 1, 2010; horticulturist; active in community and religious affairs.

'50 BA—Mary Adams Williams of Santa Fe, NM, June 24, 2010; registered nurse in Albuquerque, NM, London, England, and Gainesville, FL; active in religious and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha Theta. Husband, Ralph C. Williams Jr. '50, MD '54.

'51 JD—Willis D. Birch of Cooperstown, NY, February 19, 2006; attorney; veteran; musician; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'51—Gloria Paradis Calpouzos of Oregon House, CA, February 19, 2010. Husband, Lucas Calpouzos '50.

'51 BS Hotel—Robert E. Edmunds of Milford, CT, July 21, 2010; taught at the Culinary Inst. of America and SUNY Cobleskill; restaurant manager; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'51 MS Ag—Berl A. Koch of Manhattan, KS, July 31, 2010; emeritus professor of animal science, Kansas State U.; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'51 JD—Albert H. Kritzer of Darien, CT, June 1, 2010; attorney; expert in international law; former counsel to General Electric; adjunct professor, Pace U.; founder, Pace Inst. of Int'l Commercial Law; veteran; author; active in professional and alumni affairs.

'51 MD—Oscar R. Kruesi of Ft. Myers, FL, formerly of Bernardsville, NJ, June 27, 2010; physician, New Health Initiatives; pioneer in preventive care; asst. clinical professor, Columbia U. College of Physicians and Surgeons; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'51 JD—Albert S. MacDowell of Newburgh, NY, May 7, 2010; attorney; city court judge, City of Newburgh; veteran; active in civic affairs.

'51 BS Nurs—Ann McKeown Mattison of Lakewood, NJ, July 13, 2010; nurse educator, St. Vincent's Hospital; nurse supervisor, New York Hospital; active in community affairs.

'51 MA—Eleze Poe McKenzie of Chambersburg, PA, June 19, 2010; professor emeritus of English, Shippensburg U.; also taught high school; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'51 PhD—George L. O'Kelley Jr. of Athens, GA, May 8, 2010; chairman, Division of Vocational Education, U. of Georgia; teacher education specialist, US Office of Education; veteran; active in professional affairs.

'51 BA—John S. Ostrom of Ithaca, NY, July 6, 2010; retired controller, Cornell U.; active in community, professional, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Upsilon. Wife, Marybeth (Weaver) '51.

'51—Hermann C. Place of Millbrook, NY, May 8, 2010; supervisor, Town of Washington; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'51, BArch '53—James T. Ream of San Francisco, CA, August 10, 2010; architect; director, master plan for expansion of San Francisco Int'l Airport; chief design consultant, San Jose Arena; author; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs. Sigma Chi.

'51 BS HE—Marcia Pottle Reynolds of Buffalo, NY, June 4, 2010; art teacher, Buffalo Seminary; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Phi. Husband, William S. Reynolds '50, LLB '54.

'51 BA, JD ' 54—Walt T. Zielinski of New York City, August 9, 2010; attorney; active in alumni affairs. Kappa Beta Phi.

'52 BS Hotel—Edward R. Felshow of Las Vegas, NV, February 25, 2010. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'52 DVM—James J. Flannery of Newburgh, NY, July 16, 2010; veterinarian; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs. Alpha Psi.

'52 MS ILR—Karl C. Gruen of Louisville, KY, December 19, 2009; worked for Union Carbide; veteran.

'52 BA—Robert S. Lamb II of Terre Haute, IN, June 8, 2010; librarian emeritus, Indiana State U.; also served as librarian at Northwestern U., Cornell U., Orange Coast College, and Cal Poly; bookseller; veteran; active in professional and alumni affairs. Cayuga Lodge.

'52 MS ILR—Homer L. Owen of St. George, UT, August 2, 2010; director of internal auditing, Blue Cross Blue Shield; veteran.

'52 MEE—Edward R. Schiffmacher of Boulder, CO, March 15, 2010; worked for NOAA, US Geological Survey, and the Nat'l Bureau of Standards; veteran; active in community affairs.

'53—Marvin M. Grove of San Francisco, CA, March 11, 2009; attorney; founder, ASEPCO; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Zeta Psi.

'53 DVM—Charles E. Hall of Hendersonville, NC, July 29, 2010; veterinarian; taught at Cornell U.; veteran. Alpha Psi.

'53 BS Ag, PhD '69—Ernest E. Hardy of Ithaca, NY, July 3, 2010; land use economist; professor, Cornell U.; senior consultant, Environmental Protection Agency; worked on environmental issues for the World Bank; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Wife, Jane (Little) '53.

'53 BS Ag—John F. Keyes of Soddy-Daisy, TN, July 10, 2010; retired Colonel, Air Force Reserves Office of Special Investigations; civilian contractor, Air Force Systems Command; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'53 BA—James W. Lansing of Springfield, PA, June 10, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'53 BA—Russell A. MacLeod of Daytona Beach, FL, formerly of Sudbury, MA, June 10, 2010; retired plumbing business owner; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Nu.

'53 BS Ag—Donald C. McLaughlin of Ithaca, NY, August 3, 2010; realtor; active in community affairs. Alpha Tau Omega.

'53 BS Ag—Samuel U. Mitchell of East Williston, NY, July 12, 2010; retired executive; active in alumni affairs.

'53-54 SP Ag—Rev. Floyd W. Price of Meridian, MS, December 13, 2009; United Methodist minister and missionary; veteran; prison minister; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs. Wife, Ruby (McDonald) '53-54 SP Ag.

'53 PhD—Lewis A. Schafer of Lincoln, NE, July 6, 2010; retired professor and biology dept. head, Nebraska Wesleyan U.; plant pathologist, Standard Oil Co.; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'53 BS HE—Rev. Bonnie Hall Seitz of Red Lion, PA, June 28, 2010; Lutheran pastor; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'53 MS ILR—Daniel D. Stuart of Wellsville, UT, July 7, 2010; worked in personnel and industrial relations in the printing industry; veteran; active in professional and religious affairs.

'53 MNS—Betty Greer Waldner of Newbury Park, CA, June 1, 2010; dietician, Los Angeles County Comprehensive Perinatal Services Program; diabetic counselor; active in community and religious affairs. Husband, Michael Waldner, PhD '54.

'54 MD—Douglas H. Barns of Cooperstown, NY, and Palm Coast, FL, August 4, 2010; ob/gyn, Mary Imogene Bassett Hospital; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'54 BS Ag—Alan J. Bull of Fresno, CA, August 7, 2010; founder of brokerage firm Bull and Price; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'54 PhD—Leon F. Bush of Brookings, SD, June 10, 2010; associate professor of animal science, U. of South Dakota; worked with USAID at Botswana Agricultural College; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'54 BS Ag—Phillip T. Eastman of New Hartford, NY, July 29, 2010; director of Pupil Personnel Services, New Hartford Schools; veteran; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'54, BS Ag '55—Edward B. Elliott of Saranac Lake, NY, September 19, 2009. Zeta Psi.

'54, BME '55—Norman P. Geis of Chocowinity, NC, July 14, 2010; director, Air Defense Systems Center, Hughes Aircraft; project manager, Raytheon; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'54—Nancy Houston Guthrie of Kirkland, WA, July 20, 2010; active in community affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'54 PhD—Grover Sowell Jr. of Griffin, GA, May 30, 2010; plant pathologist, Georgia Experiment Station; active in civic and community affairs.

'55, BArch '58—Richard O. Abbott of Hull, MA, July 12, 2010; architect; veteran. Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

'55 BA—James E. Brackbill Jr. of West Newbury, MA, July 28, 2010; retired general surgeon; practiced at Hale Hospital (now Merrimack Valley Medical Center) and Anna Jaques Hospital; veteran; tree farmer; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'55 BS HE—Ann Blodgett Brown (Mrs. Graham A. '51) of Naples, FL, formerly of Skaneateles, NY, July 14, 2010; active in alumni affairs. Alpha Phi.

'55 BA—Floyd V. Cothran Jr. of Woodburn, OR, September 20, 2008.

'55 BEE, PhD '63—George A. Gilmour of Annapolis, MD, formerly of Severna Park, MD, July 9, 2010; retired Westinghouse engineer; expert in high resolution sonar; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs. Delta Chi.

'55 MS HE—Lum-Chew Chang Ho of Honolulu, HI, July 31, 2006; retired schoolteacher.

'55 BA—Edmund O. Matzal of Belvidere, NJ, June 10, 2010; medical director, New Jersey Pain and Rehabilitation Inst.; medical director, Life Services Int'l; consultant, Rehabilitation Medicine Assocs.; veteran; active in civic and community affairs. Alpha Chi Rho.

'55 BS Ag, MBA '59—Paul R. Seymour of West New York, NJ, July 18, 2010; commodities broker and manager, Merrill Lynch; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs.

'55 MD—John B. Sullivan of Vero Beach, FL, January 9, 2010; physician; active in alumni affairs.

'55 BA—William M. Sutcliffe of Nashville, TN, July 29, 2010; executive, Willis of North America; director, Associated Risk Managers; president, Underwriters Mgmt. Assn.; marketing representative, Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.; veteran; active in community affairs. Zeta Psi.

'55 MBA—James F. Wychgel of Chocowinity, NC, June 3, 2010; retired computer software salesman; active in community affairs.

'56 BS Hotel—Thomas S. Dawson of Pacific Palisades, CA, July 5, 2010; hotel executive with Hilton, InterContinental Hotels, Radisson, and Continental Airlines; real estate agent, Coldwell Banker and Sotheby's Int'l; veteran; cook. Phi Kappa Sigma.

'56 BS ILR—Donald Feldman of Tamarac, FL, July 28, 2010; trial lawyer; veteran; active in professional affairs. Phi Sigma Epsilon.

'56 MS, PhD '60—Louis J. Galbiati Jr. of St. Augustine, FL, June 4, 2010; professor and dean, SUNY College of Technology; expert on machine vision; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'56 BS Hotel—Robert T. Harbeck of Enfield, CT, August 1, 2010; general manager, Longmeadow Country Club; also worked for Forbes and Wallace, and Marshall Fields; veteran. Pi Kappa Phi.

'56-57 SP Ag—Robert G. Herrmann of Skaneateles, NY, July 2, 2010; retired machinist, Welch Allyn; corrections officer; mason; veteran; active in community affairs.

'56 BA—Jeffrey Krebs of Irvington, NY, July 16, 2010; president, Krebs Merchandising Displays; veteran; master bridge player.

'56 MD—David B. Lyon of Roswell, GA, March 12, 2010; physician.

'56 MS—Albert F. Meaden Jr. of Geneva, NY, May 16, 2010; retired from the Food Science Dept., NYS Experiment Station; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'56 BA—Nancy MacVicar Pratt (Mrs. Richard E. '56, JD '58) of Conshohocken, PA, July 7, 2010; retired high school teacher. Delta Gamma.

'56—Harry D. Terwilliger of Stow, OH, June 29, 2010; worked for Independent Drug Co.; active in religious affairs.

'57, BCE '59—Louis A. Abel of Greenwood Lake, NY, June 28, 2010; environmental engineer; site engineer, Duke Ellington Memorial and Circle in NYC; competitive swimmer and water skier; American Water Ski Assn. award holder, judge, scorer, and committee member; advocate for families of children with autism; active in civic, environmental, and professional affairs. Watermargin.

'57—John J. Fox Jr. of Dover, NJ, June 27, 2010; attorney, Town of Orangetown.

'57, BS Ag '59—Joan M. Friedland of Cincinnati, OH, June 20, 2010; worked at the Nat'l Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; pioneer in the NIOSH worker notification program; worked on studies of biological markers and occupational cancer; taught at SUNY Brooklyn; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'57 BS Hotel—Richard F. Healy of Clarence, NY, July 27, 2010; co-owner and general manager, Hearthstone Manor banquet facility; food service manager, Service Systems; veteran; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Seal & Serpent.

'57 BA—Donald H. Kane of Jupiter, FL, July 6, 2010; attorney; active in alumni affairs.

'57 BS Ag—J. William Kenney of Mecklenburg, NY, June 1, 2010; owner, AgriCulver Seeds; general manager, Sealtest Ice Cream; veteran.

'57 MS HE—Angie Worley Murphy of Trumansburg, NY, June 5, 2010; junior high school home economics teacher; also taught in the Textiles and Clothing Dept., Cornell U.; active in community and religious affairs. Husband, John C. Murphy '42, PhD '49.

'57 PhD—Gordon S. Smith of Livermore, CA, July 19, 2010; worked for Lawrence Livermore Nat'l Lab; also worked at the Mellon Inst.; author; active in civic and community affairs.

'58 BS Ag—Wilson G. MacIntire of Shoreham, VT, March 14, 2010. Alpha Gamma Rho.

'58 BA—John A. Mitchell of Santa Fe, NM, May 3, 2010; attorney; co-founder, First Northern Savings and Loan, Taos, NM; president, Taos Ski Valley; active in civic, community, and alumni affairs. Psi Upsilon.

'58, B Agr E '59—Peter E. Oettinger of Acton, MA, July 8, 2010; CEO, Inpho Inc.; founder, Photo Electron; physicist, Thermo-Electron; designed X-ray devices for cancer research; active in community and professional affairs.

'58 JD—Clarence H. Snyder of Fort Myers, FL, May 21, 2010; attorney; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'59—Ellis W. Adams of Moodus, CT, July 30, 2009; owner, Captain Dibbell House bed and breakfast; also worked for Sealtest, HP Hood and Sons, and Dutchess County Health Dept.; active in community and professional affairs.

'59 BS HE—Robert Harvey Cuddy of Bath, NY, July 15, 2010; worked at Dresser-Rand; active in community affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'59 MD—Vincent F. Guinee of Houston, TX, July 12, 2010; professor and chair of Patient Studies, U. of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, UT Medical School, and UT School of Public Health; epidemiologist; director, Div. of Pharmacovigilance and Epidemiology, US Food and Drug Admin.; organized the Int'l Cancer Patient Data System; veteran; author; active in civic, community, professional, and alumni affairs.

'59, BME '60—Ross G. Hoffman of Parkersburg, WV, December 20, 2009; mechanical engineer. Phi Sigma Kappa.

'59 BS Hotel—Robert H. Huntington Jr. of Rye, NY, July 26, 2010; retired advertising and investment banking executive; chairman and CEO, Saatchi and Saatchi Compton Group; vice chairman and CEO, DDB Needham Worldwide; partner, AdMedia Partners; active in community and professional affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'59—David W. Pratt of Excelsior, MN, February 7, 2010; retired vice president. Wife, Lucinda (Johnson) '61.

'59 BA—Sally Van Horn Smith (Mrs. Richard G. Smith, MBA '60) of Simsbury, CT, June 3, 2010; office manager; active in community and religious affairs.

'59, BEE '60—James R. Tallman of Poughkeepsie, NY, August 7, 2010; IBM executive; veteran; active in civic and community affairs.

'60 BS Hotel—Harold J. Janson of Santa Barbara, CA, February 27, 2010.

'60 BS Ag—John J. Mulcahy of Sanborn, NY, July 24, 2010; Cornell Cooperative Extension director, Niagara County; veteran; active in community, religious, and alumni affairs.

'60 MBA—Richard G. Smith of Simsbury, CT, June 3, 2010; trust officer, United Bank and Trust Co.; veteran; active in community and religious affairs.

'60 MS HE, PhD '71—Elizabeth A. Snell of Cambridge, VT, July 28, 2010; home economist.

'60 BA—Sally Maguire Tobin of Norfolk, VA, July 3, 2010; instructor, St. Mary's College; substitute teacher; loan counselor, Navy Federal Credit Union; active in civic, community, and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'61 PhD—Corwin L. Rickard of Rancho Santa Fe, CA, August 5, 2010; VP, General Atomic; expert on advanced energy systems; worked for the genetics research firm Sibia Neuro-sciences; taught engineering at U. of Rochester and Cornell U.; worked at Brookhaven Nat'l Laboratory; veteran; author; active in professional affairs.

'61 BA—Sudharman (J. Joseph Fenton) of New Berlin, PA, July 5, 2010; yoga master; president, Integral Yoga Center; general manager, minor league football team; Navy SEAL. Sigma Phi.

'61 BA—Richard Vander Gaag of Highlands, NJ, June 28, 2010; concrete industry president.

'61-62 GR—Ronald M. Whitehill of Darien, CT, June 9, 2010; president, Money Fund Division, AllianceBernstein; violinist; concert master, Connecticut All-State Orchestra; active in community affairs.

'62 BA—Laurence D. Eaton of Torrance, CA, July 21, 2010; retail leasing attorney.

'62—Peter H. McPhee of Bozeman, MT, April 30, 2010; worked in computer services, Summit Lighthouse; high school history teacher; also worked at Naval Avionics; gold prospector; veteran; active in religious affairs.

'62 BA—Sandra Shaffer Van Doren of Malvern, PA, February 23, 2010; active in alumni affairs.

'63, BS Nurs '64—Judith Watson Atkins of Silver Springs, FL, July 27, 2010; circulation manager, Marion County Library; founder, home healthcare agency, LARC; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Phi.

'63, BS ILR '82—John R. MacKesey of Dryden, NY, June 11, 2010; active in civic affairs. Delta Phi.

'63 BA—Elinor Kleinman Martin of Van Nuys, CA, June 10, 2010; law librarian, Kaye Scholer LLP; also worked at San Francisco Public Library. Husband, Arthur L. Martin '63.

'63 JD—Seth Towse of Loudonville, NY, July 17, 2010; attorney; NYS assistant attorney general; worked with DeGraff Foy; active in civic and professional affairs.

'64 BS Hotel—James R. Brenner of Dover, NJ, May 6, 2010.

'64 MILR—Douglas K. Fisk of Stratford-upon-Avon, England, December 11, 2008. Wife, Margaret (Durand) '63.

'64 MCE, PhD '67—Albert L. Johnson III of Southfield, MI, April 3, 2009; civil engineer.

'64 MD—Otto G. Klein Jr. of Polson, MT, November 27, 2008; ophthalmologist; practiced at the Rocky Mountain Eye Center's offices in Butte, Polson, and Missoula, MT; clinical professor of ophthalmology, U. of Washington Medical School; worked in the Mason Clinic, Seattle, WA; medical missionary in Africa; veteran; active in civic, community, and professional affairs.

'64 JD—Stuart O. Miller of Seneca Falls, NY, May 20, 2010; attorney; district attorney and public defender, Seneca County; active in community affairs.

'65 BA—Anne L. Buerger of Sands Point, NY, June 27, 2010; architect; art history and architecture teacher, High School of Art and Design; active in community and professional affairs. Pi Beta Phi.

'65—John B. Diebold of Nyack, NY, July 1, 2010; marine scientist, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia U.; explored the seafloor with sound waves; designed sound-generating devices, hydrophones, and software for processing data; musician; author; active in professional affairs.

'65 BS Ag—John K. Flessel of Wooster, OH, July 23, 2010; entomologist, Ohio Agricultural Research and Developmental Center; professor emeritus; active in community and professional affairs.

'65 BS Chem E, ME '66—Thomas L. Gage of Billings, MT, July 15, 2010; consulting engineer; specialist in computerizing operations, Exxon; Olympic hammer thrower; active in community affairs. Phi Gamma Delta.

'65 MS Ag—James S. Rock of Norwich, CT, June 27, 2010; professor emeritus, UConn Cooperative Extension System; poultry expert; veteran; active in community, professional, and religious affairs.

'66 BS AEP, PhD '71—Donald C. Backer of Berkeley, CA, July 25, 2010; astronomy professor and director, Radio Astronomy Laboratory, UC Berkeley; expert on pulsars; pioneer in Very Long Baseline Interferometry; active in professional affairs. Phi Kappa Psi.

'66 BS Hotel—Stern Feinberg Jr. of Colorado Springs, CO, formerly of Corpus Christi, TX, July 26, 2010; managing partner, Best Western Sandy Shores; investor; mountain climber.

'67, BME '68—H. Rodolfo Akel of Suffield, CT, June 12, 2010; engineer, Alstom Power; designed power plants; operated Cajun/Zydeco dances; active in community, professional, and alumni affairs. Zeta Psi.

'67 BEE, MBA '69—Richard G. Barr Jr. of Wilmington, DE, October 30, 2009.

'67 BS ILR—Rabbi Bruce M. Cohen of White Plains, NY, August 3, 2010; promoted peace between Jews and Arabs; co-founder, Interns for Peace; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'67 JD—Thomas P. Goodwin of Watertown, NY, July 31, 2010; attorney; counsel, Town of Wilna Housing Authority; administrator, Jefferson Cty. Indigent Defense Council; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'67—Andrew M. Sullivan of Ogdensburg, NY, June 19, 2010; operated Sully's Tavern; pipefitter; active in community affairs.

'67—Irwin G. Wilkinson Jr. of Laurens, NY, formerly of Milford, NY, June 25, 2010.

'68—Jerold G. Knight of Burnt Hills, NY, May 29, 2010; owner, Knight Orchards; active in civic and community affairs. Sigma Pi.

'68 BS Ag—David R. Morse of North Port, FL, formerly of Rural Valley, PA, July 21, 2010; plant manager, Agway Tartown; active in civic, community, and religious affairs.

'68 BA—Linda Rappoli Plank of Cumming, GA, December 13, 2009; president, Worldwide Travel Marketing. Pi Beta Phi. Husband, Gregory C. Plank '68.

'68, BArch '72—Geofrey K. Wetzler of Ithaca, NY, July 12, 2010; retired architect; VP for architectural services, Thomas Associates. Alpha Chi Rho.

'69 BS Ag—Cameron J. Kaiser of North Chili, NY, July 18, 2010; high school science teacher. Delta Chi. Wife, Karen (Brinch) '71.

'70 BS Nurs—Patricia Mulvaney Kelley of West Paterson, NJ, August 10, 2010; director of education, St. Barnabas Medical Center's Hospice and Palliative Care Center; former Maryknoll sister; active in professional and religious affairs.

'71 MA, MPS '72—Beverly Lederman Canter of Stanfordville, NY, July 1, 2010; artist; active in community and alumni affairs. Husband, Joel Canter '65.

'71 BA—Bonita Sutherland Glatz of Ames, IA, July 16, 2010; professor of food science and human nutrition, Iowa State U.; active in professional and community affairs.

'71 JD—Douglas H. Woodsmall of San Clemente, CA, August 7, 2009; attorney; supervisor, Orange County (CA) district attorney's gang unit.

'72 JD—Robert C. Carroll of Carmel Valley, CA, March 21, 2010; Wall Street attorney; musician.

'72 BS HE—Maria Carandang Ileto of Singapore, June 1, 2009; worked at the Nat'l U. of Singapore. Husband, Reynaldo C. Ileto, PhD '75.

'72 BA—Thomas E. Kerry of Lexington Park, MD, June 21, 2010; logistics management specialist, Naval Air Systems Command.

'72 BS HE—Beverly D. Roth of Brooklyn, NY, May 31, 2010; high school social studies teacher; active in alumni affairs.

'73, BA '77, MBA '79—Lawrence B. Miller of Vashon, WA, May 19, 2010; author; veteran; linguist.

'73, BS ILR '74—John T. Sloan of Lake Forest, IL, July 10, 2010; senior VP, United Stationers; Tribune Co. executive; also worked for Philip Morris; active in community and alumni affairs. Kappa Alpha.

'73 PhD—William E. Wilkins of Dallas, TX, formerly of Jonesboro, AR, July 14, 2010; psychologist; taught at U. of Houston, Clear Lake, and SUNY Brockport.

'74-75 GR—Robert P. Sandall of London, England, July 20, 2010; rock music journalist; former director of communications, Virgin Records UK; wrote for the Sunday Times, Evening Telegraph, Q, Rolling Stone, Word, and GQ; presenter, Anglia Television and VH1; co-presenter on BBC Radio 3's "Mixing It."

'75, BS HE '76—Barbara Byrd Fazio of Columbus, OH, July 7, 2010; professor, Ohio State U. Dept. of Speech and Hearing Sciences; also taught at Indiana U. Husband, Russell
H. Fazio '74.

'75, BArch '76—Todd V. McCullough of San Francisco, CA, June 28, 2010; branch compliance manager, Wachovia Securities.

'75 BEE, MEE '76—Marco E. Riera of Medway, MA, August 1, 2010; worked for Hewlett Packard's medical electronics division; helped to develop the first portable ECG machine; director, hardware systems, Sun Microsystems; also worked for Stellar Computer; active in community affairs. Wife, Janet (Wood) '75.

'75 BS ILR—Theodore Spiero of Port Charlotte, FL, August 4, 2010; commercial pilot, US Airways; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'75 BS Ag—John M. Yerdon of Baldwinsville, NY, July 6, 2010; worked in federal law enforcement; outdoorsman. Alpha Zeta.

'76 MBA—Harrison T. Ferris of Buford, GA, July 4, 2010; hospital administrator, Hospital Corp. of America; retired Commander, Naval Reserve, Medical Service Corps; veteran; active in civic, community, professional, and religious affairs.

'78 JD—Mary Harter Mitchell of Indianapolis, IN, November 4, 2009; law professor, Indiana U. School of Law; author; active in professional affairs. Chi Omega.

'78 BS Ag—Paul J. Sadowski of Webster, NY, May 28, 2010; worked at Kodak; veteran; active in community and alumni affairs. Phi Delta Theta.

'79 BS Hotel—Mark C. Allen of Gorham, ME, May 18, 2010; district manager, Aramark Corp.; active in community affairs.

'80 BA—Susan Peterson Coulter of Salt Lake City, UT, May 13, 2010; active in community and religious affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'80—Randy Hamlette of Scotch Plains, NJ, October 31, 1990.

'80 DVM, PhD '88—Linda Munson of Davis, CA, May 13, 2010; professor of veterinary pathology, UC Davis; also taught at U. of Tennessee Veterinary School; specialist in endangered species conservation; active in professional affairs.

'81 BS Ag—James L. Lamanna of Palm Desert, CA, February 25, 2010; schoolteacher; landscape contractor; chef.

'81 MBA—Lawence J. Podrasky of Sydney, Australia, was mistakenly listed as deceased in the July/August '10 issue of Cornell Alumni Magazine.

'83 JD—Keith R. Fogerty of Irvington, NY, August 14, 2009; banker, FG Hemisphere Assocs.; active in alumni affairs.

'83—Donna M. Langill of Fairfax, VA, August 4, 2010; led health policy work, Voices for America's Children; worked for NYS Council on Children and Families; consultant, Grant-makers in Health; active in community and professional affairs.

'84 BS Ag—Diane Bittner Lorenc of North Tonawanda, NY, July 13, 2010; physical therapist, DeGraff Memorial Hospital; active in community and religious affairs. Alpha Zeta.

'85—Edwin S. Brandt of Manchester, NJ, July 26, 2010; sales manager; football official; veteran; active in community and professional affairs.

'85 BS Hotel—Erika Riebel-Trauring of Clifton Park, NY, July 27, 2010; attorney; children's advocate; Saratoga County law guardian liaison; active in civic, community, and professional affairs. Kappa Kappa Gamma.

'86 PhD—Lee F. Adams III of Seattle, WA, July 27, 2010; senior staff scientist, Icos Corp.; principal scientist, Spaltudaq; research scientist, Novo Nordisk; also worked for Inst. for Systems Biology; mountaineer; active in community and professional affairs.

'86 BA—Craig A. Beving of Chicago, IL, July 14, 2010; financial systems project manager, R.R. Donnelley & Sons; active in alumni affairs.

'86 MPS—Steven D. Rosenbaum of New City, NY, March 12, 2010; veteran.

'89 JD—Robert J. McDonough of Rochester, NY, July 13, 2010; executive, Northeast Fiduciary, JP Morgan Private Client Services.

'91-92 GR—Patrick T. Pruyne of Montague, MA, July 28, 2010; alumni assn. president, Reed College; active in civic and community affairs.

'91 BS Ag—Joseph L. Tette of Medina, NY, December 21, 2009; business administrator, Wilson Central School District. Wife, Julie (Belson) '97.

'94 BA—Peter Choi of Seattle, WA, June 28, 2010; otolaryngology resident, U. of Washington; worked at Harborview, Seattle Children's Hospital, UW Medical Center, and Seattle V.A. Hospital.

'95 BS HE—Karen Willson Carozza of Watkins Glen, NY, June 29, 2010; social worker, Elmira City School District; clinical social worker, Family Service of Chemung County; active in community and religious affairs.

'02 JD—James E. Sampson of Alvin, TX, formerly of New York City, July 31, 2010; attorney; associate, Paul Hastings law firm.

'10 BS Ag—Mariel C. Christie of Ithaca, NY, July 11, 2010; majored in biological sciences; active in religious affairs.

'12—Laura K. Smith of Ashland, OR, June 3, 2010; junior, Cornell U. School of Hotel Administration.

 
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