1936 | Theodore E. Levy C’36, West Palm Beach, Fla., Sept. 25. He had a long career in insurance.
1938 | Elizabeth F. Johnson Ed’38, Gladwyne, Pa., Aug. 27. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority.
1939 | Berenice V. Abrams CW’39 SW’68, Haverford, Pa., Aug. 10.
Roland P. Buccialia WEv’39, Willow Street, Pa., retired postmaster of Marlton, N.J.; March 21. During World War II, he served in the US Army.
Isadore Ressler W’39, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., former employee of Aluminum Shapes; Aug. 22. He served in the US Army during World War II and the Korean War. His sister is Blanche R. Hoberman CW’42 and his son is Joel M. Ressler C’75.
1940 | Myrtle M. Clifton WEv’40, Greenville, Del., retired employee of the Decker Co.; July 12.
1942 | Dr. Eugene Brecher C’42, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired physician; Sept. 27.
Dr. Michael P. Brignola C’42, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a retired physician; Oct. 3.
Patricia Selig Gorman Ed’42 GEd’43, El Paso, Tex., a retired school supervisor; July 10.
Harold B. Jagendorf W’42, Lake Grove, N.Y., Oct. 24, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of the debate council. During World War II, he served with the US Army in Europe and he received a Purple Heart. His daughter is Lillian Jagendorf W’85.
Golda P. Sitelman CW’42, Southampton, Pa., Nov. 30, 2013.
Eliot J. Townsend CW’42, Winter Park, Fla., Sept. 14. At Penn, she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and the women’s basketball team. During World War II, she served in the American Red Cross.
1943 | Dr. Sara Atanasoff Behman CW’43 WG’45, Cameron Park, Calif., former chief of the state’s labor-statistics division; Sept. 30.
Betty White Bohlen CW’43, Haverford, Pa., Oct. 16. She wrote a collection of essays, Never Far From Home (1999).
Dr. Robert P. Brundage C’43 M’47 GM’51, Archbald, Pa., a retired family physician; Sept. 5. At Penn, he was a member of the football team and the Sphinx Senior Society. He served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War, receiving the Bronze Star for his service as a surgeon on the front lines in Korea. His son is Dr. William J. Brundage C’83.
Dr. Melvin J. Chisum C’43 M’52, Philadelphia, a retired physician who had maintained a practice, then served as associate medical director for the old Bell Telephone Co.; Oct. 22. At Penn, he was a member of Omega Psi Phi fraternity and the sprint football team. During World War II, he served with the US Army in the Pacific. Chisum had served on the board of overseers of the Penn Libraries. His wife is Dr. Gloria Twine Chisum Gr’60 Hon’94.
Dr. Abraham L. Cohen C’43 GM’52, Upper Gwynedd, Pa., a retired physician; June 18. During World War II, he served in the US Army Medical Corps.
Dr. Marjorie Conrad CW’43, Bowling Green, Ohio, a retired physician; Oct. 8.
Doris Hayes Corner Ed’43, Raleigh, N.C., a former occupational therapist; Jan. 12, 2014.
1945 | Margy Hahn OT’45, Sarasota, Fla., a retired occupational therapist; Sept. 14.
Leon King W’45, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired accountant; Sept. 5. His wife is Diane A. King CW’45.
Lorraine B. Korson CW’45 G’48, Shelburne, Vt., a former researcher at the University of Vermont medical school; Jan. 11 , 2014.
Jean Knight Winsch Ed’45, Philadelphia, Sept. 25.
1946 | Dr. Robert A. Donato C’46, Philadelphia, former medical director and chief of pathology at Jeanes Hospital, who was prominent in establishing blood-banking standards for the country; Sept. 27. Retiring in 1985, he worked at Penn’s Presbyterian Medical Center. During the Korean War, he served in the US Army. His daughter is Claire E. Donato C’86 GAr’89.
Patricia Z. Fesenmyer HUP’46, Hayesville, N.C., a retired nurse; Oct. 14.
Dr. John M. Stevens Jr. M’46, Cornwall, Pa., a retired psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who had maintained a practice in Philadelphia for many years; Oct. 7. During World War II, he served as a medical officer in the US Army. He had helped set up psychiatric counseling at Penn’s Student Health Center.
1947 | Robert E. Green W’47, Old Saybrook, Conn., former head of his family’s jewelry business; Sept. 6. During World War II, he served in the US Army.
Taylor Hardwick GAr’47, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., a retired architect who had maintained a practice in Jacksonville for many years; Sept. 27.
Dr. John B. Kucharczuk C’47 M’51 GM’58, Allentown, Pa., former head of obstetrics and gynecology at Sacred Heart Hospital, who had opened a fetal-care unit there in 1971; Sept. 27. His son is Dr. John C. Kucharczuk M’92 GM’01, whose wife is Dr. Kristen Lukitsc Kucharczuk M’95 Gr’98.
Douglas L. Orre WEF’47, Rockport, Mass., a retired senior examiner for the Federal Reserve; Sept. 6.
Gerard J. Quinn W’47, Perrysburg, Ohio, May 1.
1948 | James N. Heller W’48, Sharon, Mass., a retired manager at the Gillette Co.; Dec. 24, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. During World War II, he was a sergeant in the US Army.
Dr. Ross H. Musgrave GM’48, Pittsburgh, Pa., a distinguished clinical professor emeritus of surgery at the University of Pittsburgh; Sept. 12.
Donald A. Pels W’48, New York, former head of an early cellular phone firm; Oct. 16.
Clarence M. Ziegler W’48, Whispering Pines, N.C., Sept. 21. He had worked in management for the old Bell Telephone. During World War II, he served in the US Air Corps.
1949 | Richard L. Baker L’49, Moorestown, N.J., retired vice president and corporate secretary for the Campbell Soup Co.; Sept. 5.
Estelle Rubin Brager CW’49, Southampton, Pa., a retired Philadelphia teacher who had served as the first woman chair of the Upper Southampton Board of Supervisors; Sept. 1. A novelist, she had served on the editorial board of the Bucks County Courier Times. At Penn, she was a member of the women’s tennis and swimming teams. Her husband is Irving B. Brager EE’48 and her children are Linda B. Bresler CW’73 GEd’73 (whose husband is Dr. Samuel J. Bresler C’70 GEd’72 WG’75 GEd’82) and Stuart D. Brager W’79.
Alvin N. Breit W’49, San Antonio, Tex., retired owner of a women’s clothing store; Aug. 28. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.
Howard E. McDonald WG’49, Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif., a retired advertising executive; May 12.
William B. Pickering G’49, Medford, N.J., Sept. 29.
Elizabeth F. Williams Ed’49 GEd’50, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., former coach of the US and Canadian national lacrosse teams; Sept. 20. At Penn, she was a member of the women’s field hockey and basketball teams.
Col. Alan B. Worthington C’49, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., Sept. 20. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Phi fraternity and the rowing team. His wife is Ruth Myers Worthington Ed’50 GEd’84.
1950 | Dr. James F. Flood D’50, Yardley, Pa., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Mercerville, N.J., for 46 years; Oct. 3.
George H. Fuchs G’50, Pinehurst, N.C., retired executive vice president of industrial relations for RCA; Sept. 24.
George W. Grier C’50 G’52, Bethesda, Md., Nov. 6, 2012. His wife is Eunice Sheridan Grier CW’48.
Murray H. Mellman W’50, Ventnor, N.J., Nov. 13, 2013.
Dr. William A. Reinke WG’50, Cockeysville, Md., emeritus professor of statistics and at the Bloomberg School of Public Health of Johns Hopkins University; Oct. 4. He helped found the international-health department there.
Edwyn L. Shoemaker Jr. CE’50, Lansdale, Pa., a retired civil engineer; June 5.
Mary McBride Stout SW’50, Ocean City, N.J., retired social-work supervisor for the public-welfare department in Philadelphia; July 16.
William E. Van Horne WG’50, Upper Arlington, Ohio, retired co-founder of a Pacific Rim trading firm; Sept. 5.
Alfred M. Wedd W’50, Bradenton, Fla., Sept. 20. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity. His daughter is Margaret E. Mulqueen C’86.
1951 | William H. Heathcote C’51, Lancaster, Pa., Sept. 21. He had worked for the Armstrong Cork Co. At Penn he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. During the Korean War, he served in the US Navy.
Nicholas Meena Jr. ME’51, Westerville, Ohio, Sept. 25. He had worked for RCA.
Dr. John L. Sbarbaro Jr. C’51, St. Augustine, Fla., a retired assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Penn who had also been chief of orthopedic surgery at the old Medical College of Pennsylvania; Sept. 2. He was a veteran of the US Navy.
Anthony J. Verhovshek WEF’51, Mechanicsburg, Pa., retired assistant controller for the state Department of Labor and Industry; Sept. 5.
Alfred H. Wenz W’51, Merrimack, N.H., Aug. 23. He had worked for Cohen Machinery for 40 years. During the Korean War, he served in the Marines, earning a Bronze Star.
Beryl J. Wolk W’51, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired advertising executive who helped introduce magazine-format inserts in newspapers, cart kiosks, and the 30-minute television infomercial; Aug. 24. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. His brother is Donald L. Wolk W’52 and his son is David B. Wolk W’78, whose wife is Dr. Susan Stein Wolk C’79.
1952 | Judith Wills Cooper Eshleman HUP’52, Paradise, Pa., a retired nurse; Feb. 2, 2014.
Dr. Theodore A. Koch Gr’52, Wilmington, Del., a retired research scientist with the DuPont Co.; Sept. 13. An adjunct professor of chemical engineering at the University of Delaware, he co-wrote a textbook on Catalyst Manufacture.
Jean Zeigler Verbeck Nu’52, Mountain Top, Pa., Oct. 9. Her husband is John T. Verbeck CCC’52.
1953 | Dr. Alfred B. Chaet Gr’53, Maitland, Fla., the former Gamma Provost and emeritus professor of biology at the University of West Florida, which he had helped found; July 23.
Charles M. Donovan G’53, Pottstown, Pa., former principal of Charles Donovan Associates; Aug. 30. He also had been an English teacher at The Hill School and a vice president for Berman Leasing. During World War II, he served in the US Navy.
Dr. Mott R. Linn C’53 GrEd’71, Harleysville, Pa., former dean of admissions at Holy Family College; Aug. 22. He was dean of admissions at what is now Philadelphia University, and had been assistant to the dean of admissions at Penn. As a student, he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. His wife is Ruth Husted Linn Ed’55 GEd’59.
Dr. Paul G. McKelvey Jr. M’53, Greensburg, Pa., a retired physician who had also served as a plant physician for ITE Corp.; Oct. 25.
Samuel F. Pryor III L’53, Bedford, N.Y., senior counsel at the law firm of Davis Polk & Wardwell; Oct. 17. He had served as an overseer for Penn Law. A former chair of Westchester Land Trust, he wrote Make It Happen (2008) and My Interesting Life (2014).
Donald J. Zimmer W’53, Jupiter, Fla., a retired criminal-defense attorney in New York state; Sept. 2. At Penn, he was a member of Beta Sigma Rho fraternity and the football team.
1954 | Dr. David M. Ellis C’54, Lafayette Hill, Pa., a retired pediatric and adolescent psychiatrist; March 17. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity and the wrestling and swimming teams. His wife is Adrienne S. Ellis CW’56 and his brother is Russell E. Ellis W’51.
John B. Hagner WG’54, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., a retired CPA; Oct. 20.
William F. Hitschler W’54, Commack, N.Y., Aug. 31, 2013.
John J. Manning Jr. W’54, Bluffton, S.C., a retired senior executive with McCann-Erickson, where he was involved with the “Miller Lite” campaign; Sept. 4. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity.
Dr. Hugh Pendexter III Gr’54, Savannah, Ga., professor emeritus of English at Armstrong State College; Dec. 14, 2012.
Dr. F. Douglas Raymond Jr. M’54 GM’60, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired chief of rheumatology at Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Hospital, from 1965 to 1990, who had co-founded the Bryn Mawr Rehabilitation Center; Oct. 18. He had taught at Penn, Temple, and Thomas Jefferson universities. His son is F. Douglas Raymond III L’85.
Iraj Sabet W’54, Vancouver,Sept. 8. He had founded a television network in Iran. His family include brother Hormoz Sabet W’58, son Sina A. Sabet W’82, daughter Tina Sabet Sefidvash C’81, and grandson Andre D. Sabet C’18.
Dr. Kurt A. Schilling V’54, Woodland Hills, Calif., a retired veterinarian; May 1.
William Schramm Jr. C’54 G’57, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., retired vice president of investments at Morgan Stanley; Oct. 22. He had been editor of this magazine, The Pennsylvania Gazette (1956-60).
Edo Vitelli WEv’54, Southampton, Pa., June 30.
Dr. Marshall D. Welch Jr. D’54 GD’58, Williamsport, Pa., a retired orthodontist who had maintained a practice there from 1959 to 2005; Aug. 27. As a philanthropist, he contributed to the Mary L. Welch Theatre and the Mary Lindsay Welch Honors Hall at Lycoming College, both named after his wife. He was a veteran of the US Navy. His son is Marshall D. Welch III GEx’02.
1955 | Dr. Steven E. First C’55 GM’61, Northborough, Mass., a retired physician who had maintained a practice from 1978 to 2007; Aug. 21. During the Vietnam War, he served in the US Army. His daughter is Anne First Margolis Nu’85.
F. Emmett Fitzpatrick Jr. L’55, Ocean City, N.J., a retired criminal-defense attorney who had represented mafia and Teamster bosses; Sept. 2. Earlier, he was Philadelphia district attorney, 1974-78.
Harry T. Frank WEv’55, Fair Lawn, N.J., a retired accountant with the old Mobil Oil; April 20.
Robert L. Kendall Jr. L’55, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired senior partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Schnader, Harrison, Segal & Lewis; Aug. 20. He had taught anti-trust law at Penn and at Temple University.
Dr. Robert E. Longacre Gr’55, Arlington, Tex., emeritus professor of linguistics at the University of Texas at Arlington; April 20. He was founding editor of the Journal of Translation and Textlinguistics.
Henry Palm CE’55, Avon, Conn., retired director of the real-estate division of the Travelers Insurance Co.; Sept. 1. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s track and soccer teams. He had served in the US Navy as a civil engineer.
W. Polk Wright W’55, St. Charles, Mo., March 25, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.
1956 | Fred S. Cuba W’56, New York, a retired senior vice president of Ogilvy & Mather; May 11, 2013. He later went on to start a market-research company. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity and the sprint football team. He was a veteran of the US Army. His daughter is Stephanie Cuba C’94.
James A. Rittenhouse GME’56, Stonington, Maine, retired co-founder of a telecommunications consultancy in the Philadelphia area; Aug. 28.
1957 | Robert D. Corrie WG’57, Williamsburg, Va., Oct. 20. He had worked in banking and risk management in New York.
Dr. Ralph Flood C’57 Gr’68, Philadelphia, Oct. 25. His wife is Carol Lutz Flood CW’59 SW’70.
Alexander Kornienko EE’57, Mt. Laurel, N.J., June 16.
Donald I. Promish C’57 G’71, Burlington, Vt., Oct. 11, 2013.
Dr. Morris A. Shiffman WG’57 Gr’67, Durham, N.C., a retired professor of public health at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Oct. 6.
Wesley H. Smith W’57, Clinton, N.Y., retired head of the Smith Packing Co.; Sept. 18. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and the men’s rowing team.
1958 | Dr. Alston W. Blount Jr. M’58 G’62, Richmond, Va., a retired cardiologist; Sept. 9. His wife is Nancy Blount HUP’57.
Thomas D. Jones Jr. WG’58, Bay Head, N.J., Sept. 28. He was a retired executive for Johnson & Johnson.
John F. Salisbury L’58, Stamford, Conn., retired chair of National Distillers Products Co.; Sept. 7. He had earlier served as its vice president and general counsel. His brother is Kevin M. Salisbury L’60.
Alexander E. Stein W’58, Delray Beach, Fla., a retired partner of the Philadelphia law firm of Blank Rome LLP, where he had headed its corporate department; Sept. 8. His wife is Joan Gelber Stein Ed’59 and a son is Gary M. Stein W’89.
Dr. Richard H. Stoneback Sr. V’58, Strattanville, Pa., a retired veterinarian who had maintained a practice for 45 years; Oct. 25. One son, Dr. Richard H. Stoneback Jr. V’88, who had carried on the practice, died on Aug. 19.
1959 | Thomas L. Bateman ChE’59, Sachse, Tex., Sept. 5. He had worked for Union Carbide. At Penn, he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity.
Elmer J. Faust GEE’59, Saratoga, Calif., Sept. 17, 2013.
Dr. Philip W. Kitchin D’59, St Petersburg, Fla., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in New Orleans for 45 years; June 23. He had taught at Loyola University there. His wife is Dr. Carolyn T. Kitchin CW’53.
John K. Levi W’59, Livingston, N.J., retired senior vice president of the Kent International Bicycle Manufacturing Co.; Oct. 8. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. His brother is Frank D. Levi Jr. C’57.
Dr. George G. Miller C’59 G’68, Doylestown, Pa., former middle-school head at the Haverford School; Sept. 1. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s track team and Delta Phi fraternity.
Dr. John D. Thayer D’59, Rutland, Mass., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice there from 1960 to 1995; June 28.
1960 | William S. Craugh W’60, New York, a retired Wall Street stockbroker; Sept. 9. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
John E. Dwight GEE’60, Estero, Fla., Sept. 30. He had worked in the electronics industry.
William W. Harsh W’60, Surprise, Ariz., retired partner at the old Scott & Stringfellow, a securities firm; Feb. 17, 2014. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity. He was a veteran of the US Army.
Martin A. Stoll W’60, New York, a retired tax attorney; May 24, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s rowing team.
Jason E. Treisman W’60, Boca Raton, Fla., retired founder of Treisman’s Catalog Showroom, a retail chain in New Hampshire; Sept. 2. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s lacrosse team. His wife is Merle D. Treisman Ed’63 and his children are Blair Treisman Rosenfeld C’89 and Michael B. Treisman C’94.
Jan A. Van Amerongen W’60, Fernandina Beach, Fla., retired vice president of sales and marketing for the old CPC International (now part of Unilever) in Englewood, N.J.; Oct. 17. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s tennis and cheerleading teams, Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and the Sphinx Senior Society. His son is Jan A. T. van Amerongen C’87.
1961 | Dr. Aaron M. Rosenthal GM’61, St. Louis, a retired physician; Nov. 29, 2013.
1962 | Loretta A. Barrett CW’62 GEd’65, New York, founder of Loretta Barrett Books, a literary agency; Oct. 4. She had earlier worked for Doubleday for 20 years. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She had served on the board of Reading is Fundamental for 32 years.
Toby Rappaport Cutler CW’62, Rockville, Md., May 18. Her husband is Dr. Herschel Cutler WG’58, a brother is Dr. Richard G. Rappaport C’58, and two of her children are Jonathan P. Cutler C’96 and Marjorie B. Fern C’97.
James L. Laude GEE’62, Lincroft, N.J., Jan. 12, 2014. He retired after working for 40 years in telecommunications research, most recently at AT&T.
Dr. Joseph P. Leaser SW’62, Oceanside, Calif., a former medical director for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Pennsylvania; Feb. 23, 2014.
Dr. A. Harris Mosher V’62, Salford, Pa., a retired veterinary pathologist for Johnson & Johnson; Aug. 27.
1963 | Dr. Karl D. Nolph M’63 GM’67, Columbia, Mo., the Curators’ Professor Emeritus of Medicine and former chief of nephrology at the University of Missouri; June 16.
Dr. Thomas E. Sheehy Jr. D’63, Stamford, Conn., a retired orthodontist; Oct. 25.
1964 | Evelyn Brennan Baird GNu’64, Wilmington, N.C., a retired nurse; Aug. 8.
Robert D. Bosch WG’64, Ridgewood, N.J., Sept. 27.
Dr. Edward G. Coopersmith GD’64, Bridgewater, N.J., retired head of oral surgery at Robert Wood Johnson Hospital; Oct. 10.
1965 | Dr. Frederick L. Busch V’65, Dudley, Mass., a retired veterinarian; Oct. 9.
Dr. Lincoln O. Frank C’65, Baltimore, June 18.
Dr. Manuel H. Marks GD’65, Tucson, Ariz., Dec. 14, 2013.
Dr. Robert S. Morgenstein D’65, Chevy Chase, Md., a retired dentist; June 16. His daughter is Leah G. Tahbaz C’86.
Peter M. O’Meara W’65, McLean, Va., Nov. 19, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and the men’s lacrosse team.
Henry A. Stein L’65, Tampa, Fla., Sept. 30.
1967 | Thomas C. Baxter WEv’67, Prospect, Ky., Oct. 22, 2013. He had worked in sales for Diebold Inc. for 35 years.
Dr. Mark J. Flomenhoft EE’67, Sandwich, Mass., founding vice-chair of the Angel Investment Forum of Florida; July 29. Earlier, in Silicon Valley, he had worked on electronic-design automation.
Richard Walker Lelash W’67 WG’69, Redding, Conn., co-founder of Georgetown Consulting Group; Oct. 13. His brother is William J. Lelash W’64 and one son is Christian W. Lelash C’89.
1968 | Arthur E. Schramm Jr. L’68, Los Angeles, a retired senior executive with the Westfield Group; March 18.
Dr. Peter L. Slotta Gr’68, Chapel Hill, N.C., July 4, 2013. He had taught international strategies at Duke University.
1969 | Richard M. Hayes C’69, Wilmington, N.C., retired head of the US Naval Oceanography Programs; June 24. He had received three Superior Civilian Service medals. He had served in the US Coast Guard. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity.
Barry L. Jaffee WG’69, Westborough, Mass., a retired CPA; Oct. 28. His wife is Phyllis G. Jaffee G’68.
1971 | R. William Burrows W’71, Little Falls, N.Y., former head of his family’s firm, Burrows Paper Corp.; Aug. 20. A veteran of the US Naval Reserves, he was a member of Delta Phi fraternity at Penn.
1972 | Ruth A. Williams GEd’72, Hempstead, N.Y., July 18.
1973 | Antoinette B. Clemmons CW’73, Mt. Laurel, N.J., Oct. 3. She had worked for the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging for over 30 years.
1974 | Dr. John H. Darnell Gr’74, Myersville, Md., Oct. 15. He had been a science teacher and a production biochemist.
Wayne Lewis Wexler C’74, Flushing, N.Y., Sept. 21, 2013. His father is Paul J. Wexler C’41 and his sister is Dr. Wendy Wexler Branton CW’70 GEd’73 Gr’82.
1975 | William Dinwiddie SW’75, Wynnewood, Pa., former head of the Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania; Aug. 27.
Joseph P. Lamb WEv’75, Drexel Hill, Pa., a retired equipment specialist at the US Naval Aviation Supply Office; Sept. 26. During World War II, he served in the US Army.
Paul S. Lundgren WG’75, Far Hills, N.J., retired portfolio manager for the YMCA retirement fund; Aug. 4.
Vardina Wind ASC’75, Gladwyne, Pa., a sculptor who had worked primarily with scrap metal, often welding car bumpers and discarded farm tools into what she called “3-dimensional drawings”; Sept. 9. She won first prize at the State Museum of Pennsylvania in 2000. Dina had served on the boards of the Fleisher Art Memorial, Relâche (the chamber ensemble), and the Arts & Business Council of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. She was also the founding secretary of the American Friends of IDC Herzliya in Israel. Her husband is Dr. Yoram J. Wind, the Lauder Professor of Marketing at Wharton, and their sons are John Y. Wind C’83 and Lee S. Wind C’83.
1978 | Adolin J. Horvath Jr. WEv’78, Allentown, Pa., Oct. 18. He had worked for Lehigh University.
1980 | Randy M. Weinstock W’80, Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 31, 2013. His wife is Jan Lipschultz Weinstock W’82, his mother is Phyllis G. Weinstock CW’57, his brother is Dr. David J. Weinstock D’87 GD’89, and his sister is Rachel G. Weinstock Steerman C’86, whose husband is David J. Steerman C’86.
1981 | Robert R. Emmons GEE’81, Mt. Holly, N.J., June 1.
Werner S. Zimmt G’81, Tucson, Ariz., Sept. 12. He had worked for the DuPont Co., developing paints for motor cars.
1982 | John K. Cameron W’82, Ardmore, Pa., Sept. 4. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity. His brother is Alexander P. Cameron C’75.
Joseph T. Spinelli W’82 WG’87, Atlanta, a financial consultant and partner in the Boston Consulting Group; Sept. 15. One brother is William J. Spinelli C’83.
1983 | Joseph T. Ducanis Jr. W’83, Davie, Fla., a CPA; Oct. 16. His sisters are Donna Ducanis Berkowitz CW’75 and Mary Ann Thomas WG’87.
Saundra Stoyanoff CGS’83, Philadelphia, June 1.
1987 | Agnes L. Kouten GNu’87, Wadmalaw Island, S.C., a retired psychiatric nurse practitioner in New Jersey; Sept. 22.
1988 | Amy M. Blumenthal C’88, New York, an attorney and founding partner of Blumenthal and Gruber, LLC; Aug. 27. Her father is Lawrence S. Blumenthal C’58 and her brother is Randall A. Blumenthal W’90 WG’92.
Andrew H. Madoff W’88, New York, Sept. 3. In recent years, he had co-founded a consulting firm with his fiancée to advise people dealing with life-shattering experiences. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.
Seth M. Popper C’88, Manalapan, N.J., director of labor relations for the Broadway League, a trade association; May 26. He had earlier been special counsel for the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP and executive vice president and general counsel for Key Brand Entertainment, Inc. His father is Jay D. Popper GEE’65.
Dr. Richard H. Stoneback Jr. V’88, Oxford, Pa., a veterinarian who had carried on the family practice there; Aug. 19. His father, Dr. Richard H. Stoneback Sr. V’58, died on Oct. 25.
1989 | George Huckaby G’89, Medford Lakes, N.J., Sept. 7. He had worked in sales and marketing.
Dr. Nancy A. Spiller GEd’89, Colonia, N.J., a high-school history and social-studies teacher; Sept. 4.
1991 | Nathan H. Goldstein EAS’91 W’91, Rosemont, Pa., July 31.
1999 | Valeria K. Battle GEd’99, Pleasantville, N.J., a retired music teacher; Sept. 10.
2006 | Jessica B. Rice WEv’06, Norwood, Pa., vice president of global projects for Citigroup; March 28.
2008 | Eric B. Longsworth G’08, Brighton, Mich., Aug. 6.
Faculty & Staff
Dr. Nicholas K. Gonatas, Wynnewood, Pa., professor of pathology & laboratory medicine in the Perelman School of Medicine and founder of the neuropathology division; Oct. 7. He joined the faculty in 1964. He is known for the neuropathology-training program he set up at Penn. He received the Rous-Whipple Award and the Gold Headed Cane Award from the American Society for Investigative Pathology, and the Meritorious Award for Contributions to Neuropathology from the American Association of Neuropathologists, of which he served as president.
Miriam V. Lundgren, Voorhees, N.J., former assistant professor and director of continuing education at the School of Nursing (1975-80); Sept. 17. She wrote Then Sings My Soul: An Autobiography of My Places (2002).
Dr. F. Douglas Raymond Jr. See Class of 1954.
Dr. John L. Sbarbaro Jr. See Class of 1951.
Dr. Camillus L. Witzleben, Swarthmore, Pa., professor emeritus of pathology and laboratory medicine in the Perelman School of Medicine; Oct. 1. He joined the faculty in 1964, and was appointed emeritus in 1996. During his time at Penn, he also held a secondary appointment in pediatrics and was pathologist-in-chief at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for 25 years.