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1938

Wilma Freedman Ackerman Ed’38, Philadelphia, a retired owner of a children’s clothing store; Sept. 30, 2017, at 100. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her daughter is Harriet S. Ackerman CW’72 OT’72.

1939

Jane Goodfriend Carp DH’39, Carlisle, MA, Dec. 27. Her son is Ira R. Carp C’66.

Elizabeth Fox Eingorn HUP’39, Philadelphia, Feb. 9.

Annette Stoddard Freeman G’39, Milwaukee, WI, a retired administrator for the United Way and a counselor at the Counseling Center of Milwaukee; Dec. 15, at 101.

Joseph M. Kenworthy Jr. ME’39, Ormond Beach, FL, a retired engineer for the US government; June 29, 2016, at 100. He served in the US Army during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of the tennis team.

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1940

Eleanor S. D’Amelio Ed’40 GEd’43, Havertown, PA, a retired teacher and head of the business department at Upper Darby High School; March 1.

Dr. Eli P. Zebooker D’40, Philadelphia, a retired dentist who maintained a practice in Center City Philadelphia for nearly four decades; June 6, at 105. He helped create a program for the Children’s Aid Society that allowed 6,000 children in foster care to receive proper dental treatment. He served in the US Army during World War II.

1941

Bernard J. Brandwene EF’41 W’47, Little Silver, NJ, a retired supervising accountant for the New Jersey Department of Education; Feb. 15. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War.

Anthony Caputo W’41, Burgaw, NC, a retired colonel in the US Marine Corps; Oct. 11, 2017. He served in the US Marines in World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam. He also served as diplomat as military attaché at the US Embassy in Sweden and received the Congressional Gold Medal for his service, among other honors. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s basketball and baseball teams.

Leonard Koltnow D’41, Reston, VA, a retired dentist; Feb. 11, at 101. He served in the US Army during the Korean War.

1942

Richard C. Bucher EF’42, Media, PA, Dec. 30. He worked for an agricultural machinery company. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Gordon R. Campbell WEv’42, Telford, PA, a retired employee of Bell Telephone Company; June 1. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II.

Robert T. Jones Jr. W’42, Newark, DE, a retired funeral home director; Nov. 28. He served in the US Navy during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. His granddaughter is Allison C. Lyons C’13.

1943

Alfred A. Billian W’43, Fort Wayne, IN, retired owner of a computer accessories supplier company; Feb. 20. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II.

1944

Jane Davis Odell CW’44, West Chester, PA, May 19. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. One son is Dr. Robert H. Odell Jr. EE’70 and her husband was the late Bob Odell C’43, an All-American football player at Penn and a former Quakers head coach.

J. Thomas Swift W’44, Tryon, NC, a retired businessman; Nov. 29, 2017. He served in the US Navy during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.

1945

Dr. Herbert I. Chauser D’45, Boca Raton, FL, a retired dentist; Sept. 25, 2017.

Dr. George E. Espy V’45, Altoona, PA, a retired veterinarian; May 13. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Abraham B. Feinstein W’45, Longmeadow, MA, a retired attorney; Nov. 9.

Dr. Charles F. Kane M’45, Brookline, MA, a retired physician and medical professor at Boston University; April 29. An avid hiker, he climbed 96 of the 100 highest summits in New England. He served in the US Navy during World War II.

1946

Dorothy Blase HUP’46, Dallas, PA, a retired nurse; Feb. 2.

Clara Perry Bowden Ed’46 GEd’48, Lake Worth, FL, a former teacher; Jan. 1.

Richard J. Levy W’46, Dallas, PA, a former grocery store owner; Nov. 21. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.

Dorothy L. Ross G’46, Charlotte, NC, a former teacher at colleges and area hospitals; May 30.

1947

Charlotte Anderson Baker GEd’47, Cinnaminson, NJ, a retired elementary school teacher; Jan. 1.

Dr. Harry E. Butson M’47 GM’51, Lansdale, PA, a retired pediatrician; Nov. 23. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War.

Edward G. Chapin Jr. W’47, Kingston, PA, a retired partner in several family businesses; May 1. He served in the US Navy during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity.

Harvey Goodman W’47, Chagrin Falls, OH, May 1. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II.

John M. Harmes C’47, Manchester, NH, a retired school psychologist; April 25. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Alfred M. Marks W’47, New York, a retired attorney; Jan. 5.

Jean Hoskins Meibohm OT’47, Drexel Hill, PA, a former occupational therapist; March 25.

Nancy O’Hara HUP’47, Lititz, PA, a retired executive director of a retirement community; Dec. 13.

Margaret Thomson Reiley CW’47, Peabody, MA, April 3. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and the women’s swimming team. Her sisters are Joanne T. Welsh CW’42 and Jeanne Thomson Castillo CW’52 and one granddaughter is Ainsley R. Milner C’03 GEd’09.

Dr. Lola P. Shapiro CW’47, Paradise Valley, AZ, a retired anatomic and clinical pathology specialist who maintained a practice for over 40 years; Jan. 12. Her husband is Dr. Jacob B. Shapiro C’46.

Peter M. Ward C’47 L’49, Darien, CT, a retired partner at the New York City law firm Chadbourne & Parke; June 3. At Penn, he was a member of Psi Upsilon fraternity.

Mary Jane Ziegler HUP’47, Lansdale, PA, April 27.

1948

Elizabeth N. Bradley DH’48, Malvern, PA, July 11, 2016.

Robert N. Chappelle Ar’48, Marshfield, VT, a retired architect in Philadelphia; Feb. 15.

Ruth Milne Dunn HUP’48, Mount Holly, NJ, a retired nurse; March 6.

John H. Hines W’48, Hershey, PA, a retired attorney; Nov. 4. He served in the US Navy during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the men’s rowing team.

Ruth Hanners Howard CW’48, Lake Oswego, OR, Jan. 27, 2017.

Kathleen Schleede Kuehn NEd’48, Gwynedd, PA, a retired nurse; Feb. 6.

Richardson Mapes W’48, Philadelphia, a retired accountant; Dec. 11. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the men’s swimming team.

Selma Brill Stepansky Ed’48, Audubon, PA, a former teacher; May 8.

Roy A. Weinman W’48, North Bellmore, NY, a retired hardware store owner; July 11, 2017. He served in the US Army during World War II.

George L. Wiley W’48, Irvington, VA, a retired sales manager for manufacturing company Johns Manville; March 9. He served in the US Navy during World War II and the Korean War. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the wrestling team.

1949

Lyman D. Bothwell III L’49, Hilton Head Island, SC, a retired attorney for the US Navy in Washington, DC; Nov. 14. He served in the US Navy during World War II.

J. Eugene Brog W’49, Margate, NJ, retired president and CEO of Spencer Gifts, which opened approximately 700 retail stores across the country during his tenure; Feb. 1.

Cortland L. Brovitz W’49, Rochester, NY, a retired cofounder and senior partner at an accounting firm; Jan. 10. He served in the US Army Air Forces during World War II, earning the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Virginia M. Eberharter Ed’49, Connellsville, PA, a retired US Navy commander; March 18. She served in the US Navy Nurse Corps during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam.

Dr. Leonard Klinghoffer C’49 GM’58, Philadelphia, a retired orthopedic surgeon who maintained a practice for more than 50 years; June 7. He served in the US Army during the Korean War. One daughter is Joanne Klinghoffer Klein C’84 CGS’00.

June Small Jones DH’49, Pataskala, OH, Dec. 12.

John Wallace McNabb GEd’49, Elkton, MD, a retired lieutenant commander of the US Navy; Feb. 22. He served in the US Navy during World War II and was credited with dropping the last bomb of the war. He also served in the US Navy through the Vietnam era and retired as a jet flight instructor following his military service.

William P. Quinn C’49 L’52, West Chester, PA, a retired attorney who worked for several firms in Philadelphia; April 30. He was an authority on railroad law.

Dr. Irving H. Sandler G’49, New York, a well-known art historian, art critic and educator; June 2. He served in the US Marine Corps during World War II.

Leroy E. Schober W’49, Vernon, CT, a retired attorney, accountant, and college professor; Feb. 2. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II and was among the first troops to occupy Japan when the war ended.

Albert F. Sommer Jr. ME’49, Fairfield, CT, a retired engineer; April 25. He served in the US Navy during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Acacia fraternity.

Dr. Elizabeth F. Trainor V’49, Oxford, MA, a retired veterinarian; March 22.

Joseph Wylen EE’49, Philadelphia, a retired electrical engineer; April 18. One son is Rabbi Stephen M. Wylen C’74, and one daughter is Susan W. Goldenberg OT’72, whose husband is Dr. Ronald S. Goldenberg D’75.

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1950

Dr. Ludwig A. Brall C’50 D’52, Ocean Grove, NJ, a retired dentist; May 15. He served in the US Army during World War II and the Korean War.

Harold G. DeArment GEE’50, St. Petersburg, FL, a retired US Army colonel and real estate broker; April 11. During his military career, he served in Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Alabama, Korea, West Germany, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. He served in the US Army during World War II and was among the soldiers who discovered and liberated the Dachau concentration camp. During the Vietnam War, he commanded the largest artillery group in Vietnam.

Jane P. Hammel HUP’50, Exton, PA, a retired nurse; May 8.

Robert A. Jelinek C’50, Monarch Beach, CA, a retired attorney; Oct. 16, 2017.

Richard R. Johnson W’50, Wethersfield, CT, a retired personnel director at the Institute of Living, a residential psychiatric facility in Hartford, CT; April 4. He served in the US Army during World War II, earning a Bronze Star. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. His wife was the late Susan F. Johnson CW’50 (see below), and one granddaughter is Laura K. Deibel Nu’08.

Susan Frantz Johnson CW’50, Wethersfield, CT, a former teacher’s assistant; April 17. Her husband was the late Richard S. Johnson W’50 (see above), and one granddaughter is Laura K. Deibel Nu’08.

Edward E. Kaplan WG’50, Columbus, OH, Dec. 19.

Ethel Way Ormsbee SW’50, Cedarville, OH, a retired elementary school teacher; Dec. 9, 2016.

William B. Schreiber Jr. C’50, Cherry Hill, NJ, a retired insurance and real estate agent; April 1. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

John R. Setchel W’50, Port Charlotte, FL, a retired banker; March 7. He served in the US Army during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.

Dr. Thomas W. Shoemaker V’50, Dushore, PA, a retired veterinarian who maintained a practice for nearly 70 years; May 2. He was also a longtime publisher of the Sullivan Review, helping to keep his town’s local newspaper in business. During World War II, he served in the US Navy as a chemist at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.

Dr. Harold S. Small C’50 M’54, Morristown, NJ, a retired physician at Morristown Memorial Hospital, where he served as chair of the anesthesia department; April 28. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity.

Dr. Spencer S. Solodar D’50, Abington, PA, a retired dentist; April 14. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Walter B. Udell EE’50, Hamilton, NJ, a retired patent attorney and former electrical engineer; May 22.

Jeanne Ward HUP’50, Erie, PA, a retired nurse; June 1.

Richard W. White Ar’50, Hingham, MA, a retired architect; March 9. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Sally Baldwin Wiker Ed’50, Ephrata, PA, a retired high school teacher and librarian; May 13. She also spent over 30 years a Tupperware dealer. Her sisters are Barbara Baldwin Donovan Ed’53 and Catharine Baldwin Hugo Ed’57.

Benson Zion W’50, Boca Raton, FL, a retired attorney; April 11. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s swimming and squash teams. His wife is Marilyn Klein Zion Ed’54.

1951

Robert E. Aldrich Jr. W’51, Easton, MD, Feb. 9.

James D. Christie C’51, Allentown, PA, a retired attorney; Nov. 28. He served in the US Army during World War II and the Korean War.

Ira Ridgway Davis G’51, Storrs Mansfield, CT, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Connecticut; Feb. 10. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Neil E. Ellenoff W’51, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, FL, a retired CPA who ran his own accounting firms in New York City and later Doylestown, PA; April 17.

Reginald F. Hopkinson C’51 L’58, Palm Beach Gardens, FL, a retired attorney; April 22. He served in the US Marine Corps during the Korean War. One daughter is Barbara A. Hopkinson Kelly W’80.

Dr. Ray L. James D’51, Valparaiso, IN, a retired dentist who maintained a practice in Pitman, NJ for 53 years; Jan. 14, 2017. He served as a fighter pilot in the US Navy during World War II.

Dr. George C. Matthews D’51, Johnstown, PA, a retired dentist; Oct. 27, 2017.

William W. Moyer W’51, Montague, MI, a retired executive for steel fabricator company; April 20. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Donald M. Page C’51, Telford, PA, Oct. 27, 2017.

Mary E. Reuder Gr’51, Milford, PA, a retired psychologist and former chair of the psychology department at Queens College of the City University of New York; Nov. 15. Her son is Kent G. Iverson EE’82.

Sonya “Sunny” Stern Richman Ed’51 GEd’54, Philadelphia, a retired attorney and a leader of the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers; April 22. She began her career as a teacher in the Philadelphia School District and later helped negotiate landmark contracts for city teachers, rising to vice president of the PFT and helping assure maternity-leave protections for women, among other advances. Starting in the 1980s, she became a defense lawyer for those who couldn’t afford counsel. At Penn, she was a member of WXPN.

Patricia Wortman Sherman DH’51, Bangor, ME, a former dental hygienist; April 12, 2017.

1952

Dr. Robert W. Capitain C’52, Neptune Beach, FL, a retired doctor of osteopathic medicine; Dec. 18.

Dr. John Paul De Cecco G’52 Gr’53, San Francisco, professor emeritus of psychology at San Francisco State University and a longtime scholar in the field of human sexuality; Nov. 2.

Dr. Samuel C. Doyle M’52, Franconia, NH, a retired ENT physician; Dec. 18. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Vance V. Elkins Jr. ChE’52, Williamsburg, VA, retired head of his own residential construction company; May 20. At Penn, he was a member of Theta Chi fraternity.

Dr. David H. Faegenburg C’52 M’56, Roslyn, NY, a retired radiologist who maintained a practice for nearly 50 years; May 10. One son is Glenn K. Faegenburg C’87.

Dr. Peter W. Hoagland M’52, Oreland, PA, a retired physician; Dec. 1, 2016.

Dr. Edwin W. Kane C’52 D’54 GD’58, Glen Mills, PA, a retired pediatric dentist; April 18. His daughter is Dr. Wendy S. Kane C’79 D’83.

John F. Kenny W’52, Hilton Head Island, SC, a retired owner of Kenny Press in Newark, NJ; April 19. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.

Paul Monaghan Jr. Ar’52, Gladwyne, PA, a retired commercial real estate broker and architect; Oct. 12. He designed several buildings at the University of Pennsylvania, including the Ringe Squash Courts and Penn Vet New Bolton Center. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity and the men’s squash team.

Myrna Wingert Morton CW’52, Biglerville, PA, a retired librarian; Feb. 10.

Dr. Frederick J. Munson M’52 GM’56, Bethlehem, PA, a retired radiologist; May 20. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Robert H. Potts WEv’52, Naples, FL, a retired banking executive in Philadelphia; Aug. 25, 2017. He served in the US Marine Corps during World War II and the Korean War. His daughter is Susan Potts Bloom CW’69.

Dr. Burton S. Rosen C’52 D’56, Penn Valley, PA, a retired dentist; May 21. His son is Dr. Morris B. Rosen D’92.

Walter D. Rosenfeld C’52, Newton, MA, a retired architect; May 16. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s fencing team.

Doris Scott Strange Ed’52 GEd’54, Winona Lake, IN, a former teacher; May 19. At Penn, she was a member of the softball team.

Frank E. Wilcher Jr. W’52, Hilton Head Island, SC, retired president of the International Safety Equipment Association, a trade association of manufacturers; Feb. 18. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.

Muriel Oliver Winterscheid G’52, Mercer Island, WA, Feb. 15, 2017. Her husband was Dr. Loren C. Winterscheid Gr’53 M’54, who passed away on Dec. 22 (see Class of 1953).

1953

Patricia Hartig Brill G’53, Newtown Square, PA, Feb. 5.

J. Walter Dauber C’53, Willow Street, PA, a retired insurance manager; Jan. 12. At Penn, he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity. His wife is Katherine M. Dauber Ed’51 GEd’52.

Eugene J. Delgrosso G’53, New Haven, CT, a retired engineer specializing in nuclear reactors and aerospace; July 1, 2017.

Albert E. Elseroad Jr. W’53, Sebastian, FL, a retired insurance executive; Jan. 8. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s tennis team. His brother is Thomas C. Elseroad C’63.

James Dewey Hardy W’53, Paoli, PA, a retired advertising executive; March 6. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War.

Dr. Amos P. Hollister V’53, Montrose, PA, a retired veterinarian; March 13. His son is Dr. Robert J. Hollister V’79.

Esther Harrar Hutchinson CW’53, Ventura, CA, Dec. 24. At Penn, she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority.

Joseph D. O’Neill W’53, Abington, PA, a retired financial services executive; Nov. 17. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

Karl J. Parrish SW’53, Wilmington, DE, a retired judge for the State of Delaware’s Family Court; July 2, 2016.

Lorry W. Post W’53, Lumberton, NJ, a retired attorney who advocated for justice and human rights; Feb. 26. He was executive director of the Bucks County Legal Aid Society, the founder of the nonprofit Regional Housing Legal Services, and later the founder of an anti-death penalty group called New Jerseyans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty. He served in the US Army during the Korean War.

Dr. Sidney V. Rieder Gr’53, Marblehead, MA, a retired director of chemistry at Massachusetts General Hospital; April 18. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Frank V. Shallcross C’53, Princeton Junction, NJ, a retired researcher and scientist; March 17. At Penn, he was a member of the Daily Pennsylvanian.

Donald D. Thomas ME’53 GME’56, Newark, DE, a retired manager of information systems at an aerospace company; May 22. He taught in Penn’s School of Engineering for three years.

John S. Wilson C’53 WG’54, Jenkintown, PA, a retired financial executive and US Navy officer; Oct. 12, 2017.

Dr. Loren C. Winterscheid Gr’53 M’54, Mercer Island, WA, professor emeritus of surgery at the University of Washington School of Medicine; Dec. 22. His wife was Muriel Oliver Winterscheid G’52, who passed away on Feb. 15, 2017 (see Class of 1952).

Merrill Youkeles SW’53, Kingston, NY, a retired social worker, college professor, and summer camp director; April 17. He served in the US Army during World War II.

1954

Mary Ritchie Biddle CW’54, Norristown, PA, a classically trained pianist and piano teacher; March 6, 2017. At Penn, she was a member of Penn Players. Her brothers are Dr. John C. Ritchie III M’48 GM’52 and Dr. David J. Ritchie C’52 M’56 GM’58. Her husband was the late Maurice R. Biddle C’54, and she was also predeceased by a brother, Dr. Charles Ritchie M’52.

Chester T. Cyzio L’54, Lafayette Hill, PA, a retired attorney; May 27.

Dr. John L. Dunn C’54, Hanover, NH, a retired pathologist; Feb. 15. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. His wife is Dianne H. Dunn CW’54.

Jayne Ann Eckert HUP’54, Springfield, VA, May 1, 2017.

Charles A. J. Gachot Jr. W’54, Waquoit, MA, Sept. 28, 2017.

Charles E. Jacquart C’54, Pennington, NJ, a retired entrepreneur; April 27. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity.

Larry C. Ketner Ar’54, Wayne, PA, June 28, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity.

Lawrence A. Sherman WG’54, Chicago, founder and CEO of Puritan Finance Corporation; April 30. His sons are Roger S. Sherman C’80 and Bruce I. Sherman C’83.

Gary L. Shockey W’54, Redlands, CA, a retired lieutenant colonel in the US Air Force; March 31. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the sprint football team.

Arnold C. Thiesfeldt W’54, Tarrytown, NY, a former advertising sales executive for Time Incorporated magazines; April 23. He later worked for golf magazines and authored the golf book Reaching the Fairway: The Way It Was & The Way It Is (2012). At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity and the men’s squash team.

Dr. Harry Urkowitz GEE’54 GrE’72, Philadelphia, a retired systems engineer in the aerospace industry; June 8.

Jack D. Yarin W’54 WG’56, Princeton, NJ, a retired financial executive; Feb. 12. At Penn, he was a member of Tau Epsilon Pi fraternity. One daughter is Jennifer D. Yarin C’06.

1955

Jacob D. Beck W’55, Adamstown, MD, a retired Episcopal reverend; April 5, 2017.

Bill R. Berglund WG’55, Napa, CA, former head of a tractor and equipment company; Nov. 24, 2016.

Jean G. Buonocore DH’55, New Haven, CT, a retired dental hygienist; Nov. 10.

David J. Cook W’55, Vero Beach, FL, a retired corporate attorney; March 13. He served in the US Coast Guard during the Korean War.

Morton F. Dranoff W’55, Boca Raton, FL, June 4.

William A. Ericson W’55 G’58, Ann Arbor, MI, a retired researcher at the University of Michigan; April 5, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity.

Jeanne Canino Huber CW’55, Bridgeton, NJ, a retired teacher at Immaculate Conception Regional School; Oct. 11, 2017.

Edward C. Kline Jr. CCC’55, Alexandria, VA, a retired US Navy captain; Dec. 13. He later served as a business manager for several schools. He served in the US Navy during World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam. At Penn, he was a member of Theta Xi fraternity.

Robert D. Rummel MTE’55, Roswell, GA, April 24. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.

William T. Warner C’55, Myrtle Beach, SC, a retired attorney in Louisville; May 20. He served in active and reserve duty in the US Navy for 31 years. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s track and heavyweight rowing teams. One brother is James C. Warner C’59.

Dr. Stanley P. Wasson Gr’55, Pottstown, PA, a retired history professor at Drexel University; May 21.

1956

William R. Brown C’56, Philadelphia, Nov. 10.

John B. Collier WG’56, Youngstown, OH, a retired stockbroker; Dec. 7.

Dr. Joseph Corcoran GM’56, Springfield, MA, a retired dermatologist; July 11, 2017. He served in the US Navy during the Korean War.

Benjamin F. Faunce III C’56, Hustontown, PA, a former college professor at Virginia Tech and Purdue University; Feb. 19. He served in the US Army during the Korean War. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity.

Frederick B. Fichthorn W’56, Denver, PA, former president of the F&M Hat Company; Aug. 30, 2017. He served in the US Army during the Korean War. His daughter is Dr. Kristen A. Fichthorn ChE’85.

Leon H. Fox Jr. L’56, Lafayette Hill, PA, a retired attorney; Jan. 22. His wife is Lois Feingold Fox CW’59 and his daughter is Dr. Marlene Fox Goldwein C’81 M’85, whose husband is Dr. Joel Goldwein EE’79 M’83 GM’87.

Charles W. Haering W’56, Fort Washington, PA, a retired civil engineer for General Electric; May 13. He served in the US Army during the Korean War.

Irving B. Herman W’56, Bala Cynwyd, PA, a retired CPA who maintained a practice in Center City Philadelphia for 57 years; May 8. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. His wife is Joan Perez Herman FA’58.

Dr. Herbert Kaufman D’56, Sacramento, CA, a retired dentist specializing in endodontics; Dec. 17.

Dr. Lyle A. McGeoch G’56 Gr’64, Athens, OH, professor emeritus of history at Ohio University; Dec. 23.

Dr. Sandra Kelsey Rowan CW’56, Mount Laurel, NJ, a retired pediatrician who maintained a practice in Reading, PA for more than 50 years; June 7, 2016. Her son is Dr. P. Todd Rowan C’86 GM’95 and one granddaughter is Stacey E. Sloate C’17 W’17.

Sidney Scott Smith Ar’56, Saint Michaels, MD, a retired architect; May 1. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity and the men’s track and swimming teams.

Dr. Eugene Surasky D’56, Rochester, NY, a retired dentist; Nov. 18.

1957

Betsy Zoller Ayer OT’57, Ellicott City, MD, Aug. 28, 2017.

Dr. John W. Bowlin M’57, Tupelo, MS, a retired surgeon; May 12.

Deborah Jaffe Cohen Ar’57, Camp Hill, PA, a retired architect; May 15. She established and ran Cohen Associates Architects, which specializes in residential, religious, and commercial architecture, with her husband, Henry A. Cohen Ar’57. One son is Bruce A. Cohen C’87.

Edwin L. Horst W’57, Asheville, NC, a retired comptroller at a chemical company; Jan. 23. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity. One daughter is Kathryn M. Cody Nu’83.

Leroy Mabe WG’57, Bluefield, WV, a retired CPA; April 30.

Stephen J. McEwen Jr. L’57, Media, PA, a retired appellate court judge and former district attorney of Delaware County; April 26. After working as a litigation partner at a Philadelphia firm, he served on the Pennsylvania Superior Court for over 30 years.

Joseph M. Phillips G’57, Philadelphia, a retired high school English teacher; April 19. He was head of the English department at Philadelphia’s Central High School and later Thomas A. Edison High School.

Dr. George D. Reilly D’57, Whitesboro, NY, a retired dentist; March 16.

Dr. Emily Meginnity Seydel M’57, New Smyrna Beach, FL, a retired pediatrician; Aug. 12, 2017. Her husband is Dr. H. Gunter Seydel GM’69.

Ronald R. Streeper ChE’57, Huntingdon Valley, PA, a retired chemical engineer at Rohm and Haas Company; June 11, 2017.

1958

John M. Boardman WG’58, Oak Bluffs, MA, a retired energy company executive; June 25.

Robert Bobrow W’58, Blue Bell, PA, a retired portfolio manager and investment executive; April 28.

Dr. Charles C. Brown M’58, Baltimore, a retired pathologist who was well recognized for his knowledge of gynecological pathology; April 30.

Dr. Richard J. Castor D’58, Horseheads, NY, a retired dentist; March 21.

John F. Cavanaugh Ar’58, Kennett Square, PA, a retired architect; April 30. He served in the US Army during the Korean War.

David R. Cecil W’58, Medford, NJ, a retired financial administrator for Lockheed Martin; March 17.

Dr. James L. Cusato D’58, Spring, TX, a retired dentist who maintained a practice for over 50 years; April 5, 2017.

Stewart J. Greenebaum W’58, Baltimore, a retired real estate developer and philanthropist who, along with his wife, founded and endowed the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center; Dec. 10.

Charles H. Jacob Jr. GAr’58, South Orleans, MA, a retired architect; Nov. 29.

Dr. Richard B. Kranzdorf C’58 G’59, San Luis Obispo, CA, a retired professor of political science at California Polytechnic State University; April 17. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Alpha fraternity.

Martin Kurlander L’58, Brooklyn, a retired attorney; Jan. 1.

Sigmund “Skip” Pulver W’58, Toronto, former head of a family-run clothing business; Aug. 23, 2017. He later worked in commercial real estate. At Penn, he was a member of the ice hockey team.

David C. Rabinowitz C’58, Santa Cruz, CA, a retired doctor of osteopathic medicine; April 21, 2017.

Dr. William I. Roberts III Gr’58, Warminster, PA, a professor of economic history at Penn State Abington; July 17, 2017.

1959

Martin D. Barr W’59, Bethesda, MD, a retired management consultant; May 1. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s swimming team.

Dr. Eugene E. Gruber MTE’59, Patterson, NY, a retired scientist for Argonne National Laboratory; Aug. 15, 2017.

John N. Hirsch C’59, Atlanta, a retired real estate executive; Feb. 6. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.

George A. Jones WEv’59, Thousand Oaks, CA, a retired accountant for Atlantic Richfield Company; April 7.

Stanley A. Kluckowski Jr. W’59, Towson, MD, a retired Social Security Administration official; Jan. 16.

Dr. Charles A. Reed G’59 GrD’75, Palmyra, PA, a retired teacher and school administrator; Nov. 5. He served in the US Army during World War II and the Korean War.

Dr. Charles Shambelan Gr’59, Glen Mills, PA, a retired chemist and senior research fellow at DuPont; May 13. He was instrumental in the development of Kevlar, a synthetic fiber used in bulletproof vests and other products.

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1960

Frederick C. Ballard WG’60, Marietta, GA, a retired banker; Sept. 20, 2017.

Wallace S. Craig WG’60, Azle, TX, a retired attorney; Feb. 22, 2017.

Dr. Richard A. Hallisey D’60, Southborough, MA, a retired dentist; Nov. 13.

Anna Banks Hammond GEd’60, Dover, DE, a retired teacher and school administrator; Feb. 12.

David W. Hauck W’60, Yarmouth, ME, a retired manufacturer; April 2. At Penn, he was a member of Friars Senior Society.

Roscoe “Rocky” K. Fawcett Jr. C’60, Lyons Falls, NY, a retired executive vice president of Aerobics and Fitness Association of America; Jan. 1. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity, Sphinx Senior Society, and captain of the ice hockey team.

William J. Frazier Jr. WG’60, Darien, CT, a retired financial executive; Jan. 27.

Leonard Lehrer GFA’60, Austin, TX, a renowned artist and professor emeritus of art at New York University; May 8. One brother is Walter Lehrer C’54.

Gerry T. O’Halloran GEE’60, Wayne, PA, a retired computer consultant; June 13, 2017. His wife is Teresita A. O’Halloran D’64.

Patricia Rathbun HUP’60, Willow Grove, PA, a retired nurse; April 10.

Herbert B. Rosenfeld SW’60, Boynton Beach, FL, a retired social worker and counselor; Dec. 26. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War.

Dr. Iliana A. Semmler G’60, Delmar, NY, professor emeritus of English at the University of Albany; June 17, 2016. Her husband is Dr. George S. Hastings Jr. Gr’65.

Charles F. Sullivan EF’60, Camp Hill, PA, a retired CPA; Jan. 1. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War.

Joseph C. Troilo WEv’60, Warrington, PA, a retired executive at Saker Shoprite; May 18.

Stephen A. Winer W’60, Sharon, MA, retired head of his own sales company; March 11.

John L. Woika GEE’60, State College, PA, a retired electrical engineer for defense contractor HRB Systems; Dec. 14.

1961

Edward J. Beadle D’61, Bel Air, MD, a retired dentist; Oct. 28.

Maria Rivera Briney Nu’61, Hinsdale, IL, Jan. 27.

Dr. Mary Sisk Caulfield M’61, San Rafael, CA, a retired physician specializing in general and orthopedic medicine; May 8. Her husband is Walter Harry Caulfield Jr. M’61 GM’65, and one daughter is Dr. Mary Caulfield Boden M’86 GM’89.

Ronald B. Chesler C’61, Oxnard, CA, April 10.

James R. Chew G’61, Philadelphia, a retired government official who worked for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Philadelphia Redevelopment Authority; Sept. 18, 2017.

Suzanne Wine Fritz NU’61, Hilton Head, NC, a former nurse; Nov. 21. Her husband is Dr. Michael E. Fritz D’63 GD’65 Gr’67, and one son is Jason Fritz W’88 L’91.

William L. Harper GAr’61, Columbus, OH, a retired city planner and architect; March 11.

Dr. Basil Manly IV GM’61, Greenville, SC, a retired ophthalmologist; Feb. 21, 2017. He served in the US Army during World War II.

Dr. Edward F. Moran Jr. Gr’61, Gibbstown, NJ, a retired research chemist for DuPont; Dec. 20.

Frank J. Smith G’61, Redding, CA, an accomplished Jazz musician; Jan. 15.

1962

Dr. Richard W. Bateman GrS’62, Catonsville, MD, a retired social work and social work professor; Aug. 31, 2016.

Dr. Kurt Beran WG’62, San Diego, Sept. 3, 2017.

Frank M. Brock GEE’62, Pennington, NJ, a retired engineer for RCA/General Electric; Jan. 4. He specialized in radar and electronic communication systems designed for military surveillance, satellite applications and the NASA space program, including several Apollo missions. One daughter is Dr. Bonnie D. Brock V’83.

Robert G. J. Donovan WG’62, Westport, CT, a retired pharmaceutical executive; May 8. His wife is Kathleen D. Donovan CW’63.

Murray D. Friedman W’62, Atlanta, a retired Coca-Cola Company executive; April 4. After retirement, he served on several Jewish nonprofit organizations. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s lightweight rowing team. One brother is Dr. Leonard M. Friedman C’65.

Deborah B. Gale FA’62, Philadelphia, an artist specializing in colorful animal caricatures; March 11.

Thomas P. Jessup G’62, Middlebury, VT, a retired teacher; Dec. 7, 2017.

Lawrence C. Kenausis Gr’62, Middlebury, CT, a retired chemist, metallurgist, and environmental engineer; May 14.

Merle J. Kessler W’62, Franklin, NC, a former attorney and retired managing partner of Kessler’s, a department store chain in Georgia; Aug. 23.

Roland Lieber GAr’62, Naples, FL, a retired landscape architect; Jan. 2.

Dr. Robert L. Osborne G’62, Winter Springs, FL, a retired engineer and manager for Westinghouse Electric Corporation; Oct. 27.

Dr. Robert S. Oster D’62, Fairport, NY, a retired dentist; April 11. His wife is Sally P. Oster DH’60.

Sherwin Ruben GEE’62, Fairlawn, OH, a retired systems engineer in the satellite communications and aerospace industry; March 16.

Dr. Richard Mylius Sherman G’62 Gr’69 WG’78, West Chester, OH, a former University of Pennsylvania professor and administrator; Feb. 15. He held multiple positions at Penn’s Office of the Secretary and also taught an undergraduate course on Roman Britain and Medieval England in the late 1970s. He later worked at two companies in human resources before taking a position with the human resources consulting firm Drake Beam Morin, where he managed the outplacement program.

Lawrence R. Van Deusen W’62, Landenberg, PA, a retired software company executive; Sept. 29. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity and the men’s ice hockey team.

Dr. Irving S. Wiesner C’62 M’66 GM’75 , Media, PA, a retired psychiatrist; April 9.

1963

Paul J. Clark C’63, Maple Glen, PA, a retired corporate treasurer for Towers Perrin; April 18. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Tau Delta fraternity. One sister is Kathleen E. Clark CW’69.

Dr. David J. Davis M’63, Baton Rouge, LA, a retired surgeon; Sept. 7, 2017. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War.

William E. Griffiths GrD’63, Easthampton, MA, a retired teacher of educational law; April 8. He served in the US Army Air Forces during World II.

Dr. Nancy Ann Honker M’63, Myerstown, PA a retired anatomical/clinical pathologist at the University of Oklahoma Medical Center; April 8.

Dr. Mary K. Howard Gr’63, Cleveland, a retired history professor at John Carroll University; May 31, 2017.

Mary Logan Morris GNu’63, Drexel Hill, PA, a retired school nurse; March 25.

Dr. Phyllis Mutschler CW’63, Lincoln, MA, a retired professor, graduate school advisor, and researcher at Brandeis University; May 6. At Brandeis, she established the National Resource and Policy Center on Women and Aging.

Mary T. “Polly” Prewitt CW’63, Paris, France, a retired alternative therapist and restaurant owner; March 31.

Manuel “Manny” Sanchez III W’63, Houston, Feb. 28. He worked in the oil service industry, beer distribution, and housing and as a regional director for the US Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Hobart B. Sullivan Jr. Gr’63, Jenkintown, PA, a retired pharmaceutical executive; March 19.

Daniel E. Weiss W’63 ASC’64, Willow, NY, a retired DuPont executive; Feb. 7, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Kappa Nu fraternity.

Faith Ryan Whittlesey L’63, Washington, a former senior aide to President Ronald Reagan and a two-time US ambassador to Switzerland; May 21. Before serving in the White House, she was an assistant district attorney in Philadelphia and a Republican politician who was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives and Delaware County’s County Council in the 1970s. She later became president of the American Swiss Foundation in New York.

1964

Benjamin S. Cutler WG’64, Somerville, NJ, a classically trained pianist; May 2.

Paul D. Finkelstein W’64, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, retired CEO of Regis Corporation, the world’s largest chain of hair salon operators; Sept. 5, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity. One son is Brad J. Finkelstein W’91.

Dr. Robert G. Jeffers ME’64 GCE’65 Gr’69, Willimantic, CT, a retired professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Connecticut; April 30.

Robert E. Levey W’64, Toledo, OH, a financial advisor; July 6, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s golf team.

Charles C. Martini WG’64, Media, PA, a retired marketing consultant; Jan. 3. He also worked as a part-time faculty member at Villanova University’s business school.

Dr. David F. Robinson Gr’64, Columbus, OH, professor emeritus of Slavic Languages at Ohio State University; April 14.

John C. Sapoch Jr. WG’64, Los Angeles, a retired corporate officer at Princeton University; Jan. 13, 2017.

John K. Stamboolian Jr. GEd’64, West Chester, PA, a professor of graphic arts photography and art history at Cheyney University; March 24.

Waldemar V. Vaskis G’64, Pomona, CA, a retired high school history teacher; Dec. 21, 2016.

Dr. James Veras GEE’64, Fort Lauderdale, FL, a retired land developer in Wilkes-Barre, PA; Feb. 16.

Walter J. Walvick W’64, McLean, VA, a retired attorney and founder of an intellectual property software development company; Feb. 28. At Penn, he was a member of the rugby team.

Edward J. Weiss C’64, Broomall, PA, an attorney in private practice; Jan. 14. His wife is Deborah Lazaroff Weiss CW’67, whose mother is Reba R. Lazaroff C’64. One brother is Irwin B. Weiss W’76.

1965

Murray E. Abowitz W’65, Oklahoma City, OK, a retired attorney; May 10. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s soccer and Kappa Alpha Society. His daughters are Alexa Abowitz C’90 GEd’92 and Katherine G. Abowitz C’95.

Dr. Matthew J. Campanella GrE’65, Hammonton, NJ, a retired electrical engineer; May 9. He served in the US Army Air Corps during World War II. His wife is Patricia Bellwoar Campanella CW’51.

Marion Swann Miller Gr’65, Chicago, professor emerita of Italian history and decolonization at the University of Illinois at Chicago; March 10.

1966

Dr. H. Randolph “Randy” Bobbitt Jr. Gr’66, Chandler, AZ, a professor of organizational behavior and theory at Ohio State University; Oct. 22, 2017.

J. Mark Busenkell C’66, Pottstown, PA, a retired contractor specializing in historic renovations; Feb. 2. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity, Mask & Wig, Penn Players, and Sphinx Senior Society.

Charles M. Daly SW’66, North Fort Myers, FL, Nov. 7, 2016. He worked in health planning for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and later was an auditor for the Office of Inspector General of the US Department of Veteran Affairs.

Rita E. Grygus GNu’66, New Britain, CT, a retired nursing consultant for the Connecticut Department of Public Health; April 2.

Zita King Kiratli SW’66, Baltimore, a retired social worker; March 23.

Stephen M. Kraut L’66, Alexandria, VA, a retired attorney with the US Department of Education; July 28, 2017.

Thomas Frederick Lang W’66 WG’68, Orlando, an attorney; April 22. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the swimming and baseball teams. He served as a reunion chair for the Class of 1966. His wife is Marilyn March Lang CW’68, and his son is Thomas F. Lang C’94 W’94.

Dr. Herbert M. Loyd GM’66, Abilene, TX, a retired radiologist; Aug. 20, 2017.

Kevin J. P. Martin C’66 GAr’70, Philadelphia, a retired architect; April 20. At Penn, he was a member of the wrestling team and he went on to be a longtime wrestling coach.

John R. McCullough GEd’66, Middletown Township, PA, a retired development officer and former dean of admissions at Drexel University; April 11.

Pauline Shaw Pennington G’66, Mount Laurel, NJ, July 10, 2017.

Richard Jarrett Rushmore WG’66, Apalachicola, FL, a retired transportation executive; Sept. 9, 2017.

Esther B. Smith SW’66, Livingston, NJ, a retired school social worker and science teacher; Dec. 15. Two grandsons are Andrew R. Magnes C’08 and Jason D. Magnes C’13, and her daughter-in-law is Dr. Gail Schlesinger Smith C’79.

1967

Arlene Mazzei Bush SW’67, San Rafael, CA, a retired hospital therapist; Feb. 28.

Helen W. Collison PT’67, Chadds Ford, PA, a retired supply chain manager at DuPont; May 1. Her sons are Blaine B. Collison C’89 and Grant C. Collison C’91.

George Fox WG’67, Princeton, NJ, a retired manager for IBM; Dec. 12.

Allen G. Watkins Nu’67, Lewisville, TX, March 13.

1968

John M. Lucas GAr’68, Darien, CT, a retired architect; Jan. 21.

Arthur H. Rainey L’68, Villanova, PA, a retired attorney; Dec. 17.

Robert V. Ruggiero W’68, Jensen Beach, FL, an art appraiser and the owner of an online auction company; March 19.

Ronald H. Skubecz C’68, Mechanicsburg, PA, a retired attorney in the office of the Pennsylvania Attorney General; Jan. 15. His wife is Maryann W. Skubecz Nu’70, and his daughter is Katherine Skubecz C’98 L’03, whose husband is Dr. Samuel L. Murphy C’98 Gr’04.

1969

David L. Blackwell C’69, Princeton, NJ, a retired architect; April 21. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. His sons are Morgan P. Blackwell W’99 and Andrew Blackwell EAS’00.

Lewis F. Bryan Jr. GEd’69, West Brandywine, PA, a retired English teacher at Radnor High School; Dec. 15, 2016.

Dr. James T. Cavanaugh Jr. V’69, Cambridge, MA, Sept. 8, 2017. He formerly worked in the USDA APHIS office at the US Embassy in Panama. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Psi, a veterinary fraternity.

J. Reed Cline C’69, Harrington, DE, Sept. 20, 2017. One son is Austin R. Cline C’92.

Paul J. Saladigo WG’69, Kelayres, PA, Jan. 19.

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1970

Thomas F. Dunleavy WEv’70, Abington, PA, a retired software executive and technical writer; Nov. 17.

Jeffrey C. Ferrell C’70, Aurora, CO, Oct. 1, 2016.

Richard M. Hotchkiss WG’70, Franklin, NC, Feb. 6. He served in the US Army during the Vietnam War, earning a Purple Heart.

David F. Jones WG’70, Seattle, a retired executive in the nuclear waste industry; May 6.

James A. Pett Jr. GAr’70, Salt Lake City, a retired architect; Dec. 29. His son is Mark Ivan Pett C’92.

Arlene Salnick Stern SW’70, Brookline, MA, May 21, 2017.

Juanita Watson Nu’70 GNu’73, Collingswood, NJ, a nursing instructor; April 18.

1971

Charles F. Culbertson Jr. WG’71, Parkersburg, WV, a retired employee of DuPont; Jan. 17, 2017.

Dr. Norma Ornstein Goldstein Gr’71 , New Britain, CT, a retired cell biologist who held a number of positions at Penn; April 12. She worked at multiple research laboratories at the University, studying animal and human gene sequencing to illuminate their relationship to aging and pathology of human heart, lung, and skin diseases. After earning her PhD, she became a post-doctoral fellow in animal biology and then held research and adjunct assistant professor positions in the same department. She also served as a research assistant professor of biochemistry, vet medicine, as well as a research specialist in molecular biology in dental medicine before leaving the University in 1989.

John A. Johnston III WG’71, Pittsburgh, a retired urban developer; May 6.

Peter G. Kessenich WG’71, Marietta, GA, a retired transportation executive; Jan. 15.

Kirk B. Roose L’71, Oberlin, OH, an attorney specializing in Social Security disability law; April 27.

Bruce G. Silver C’71, Lake Worth, FL, Dec. 10. At Penn, he was a member of WXPN.

Peter T. Worthen WG’71, Trussville, AL, March 16, 2017.

1972

Robert A. Buck GEE’72, Mount Laurel, NJ, a retired technical administrator for General Electric Company; Feb. 5.

Ronald K. Campbell W’72, Cherryville, PA, Jan. 27. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. One sister is Leslie C. Daniel CW’75.

Paul E. Petroske WG’72, East Norriton, PA, a retired employee of the Office of the Secretary of Health and Human Services; March 30.

Dr. Norman J. Pressman GEE’72 Gr’76, Wilmette, IL, a retired scientist and technology company executive; Sept. 16, 2017.

Annamarie G. Rossanese Nu’72 GNu’79, Schwenksville, PA, a retired nursing instructor; Sept. 22, 2017. Two daughters are Paulette R. Castella GNu’82 and Anita Rossanese Schmeer GNu’81.

Dr. Janet DeHoff Sparks MT’72 Gr’80, Sarasota, FL, a retired professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Rochester; Dec. 3. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority.

Richard Steiner Jr. C’72 WG’74, Spanish Fort, AL, a retired department store retail executive; March 12. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and the Penn Glee Club.

1973

H. James Brentzel Jr. C’73, Marshfield, MA, a retired clinical researcher for McNeil, DuPont, and Serono; March 30.

Dr. Pedro C. Fernandez GM’73, Bryn Mawr, PA, a retired physician; May 14, 2017.

Martin E. Lybecker GL’73, Washington, an attorney and professor at Duke University School of Law; Sept. 2, 2017.

Dr. James M. Seltzer C’73 M’77, Encinitas, CA, an allergist-immunologist; Dec. 8, 2016. A nationally recognized expert on the effects of toxic substance on human health, he founded a medical-legal consulting firm and authored several articles. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s lightweight rowing team. His daughter is Rachel E. Seltzer C’02.

1974

Thomas S. Bryson ME’74, Chambersburg, PA, a retired mechanical engineer for Mack Trucks; Feb. 15.

Joseph E. Dragonette Gr’74, Penn Valley, PA, a retired economics professor at Saint Joseph’s University; Feb. 11.

Wayne Faust G’74, Seattle, a retired Wall Street executive; March 5, 2017.

John Feitig PT’74, Lebanon, PA, a retired physical therapist; May 10.

1975

Wouter M. de Nie WG’75 G’78, Allentown, PA, a retired senior financial analyst for Air Products and Chemicals Incorporated; April 18.

Clifford W. Martin WG’75, Cherry Hill, NJ, a retired internal auditor; April 4.

Damon C. Miller L’75, Washington, a retired maritime lawyer for the US Department of Justice; Feb. 10.

Julius M. Robinson Jr. C’75, Atlanta, a telecommunications specialist for AT&T; May 4.

Dr. Sally Oblas Walshaw V’75, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, a veterinarian; Oct. 18, 2016. Her daughter is Patricia D. Walshaw C’01.

Dr. Ming Hsien Wu GrE’75, Woodbridge, NJ, Oct. 26, 2016.

1976

Joel B. Antley GEE’76, Scottsdale, AZ, a retired systems engineer; Aug. 11, 2017.

Gary D. Bogachus GD’76, Kirkland, WA, a retired dentist specializing in prosthodontics; Sept. 27, 2017.

Dr. Robert C. Cohn MT’76, Moreland Hills, OH, a pediatric pulmonologist; Oct. 9, 2017. One brother is Dr. Michael Cohn C’69.

William J. Fickling SW’76, Boise, ID, Oct. 2, 2016.

Earl T. Hazell CE’76, Summerville, SC, a retired civil engineer; Nov. 12.

Walter C. Johnson G’76, Tarrytown, NY, headmaster of Hackley School; June 16, 2016. His wife is Tracey Eve Johnson WG’83.

Mary Beth Krebs Kovacik WG’76, Deer Park, IL, a retired finance executive at Amoco Corporation; Feb. 27.

Dr. Christopher Sean Sutton ME’76 G’80 Gr’82, South Hadley, MA, a retired physics professor at Mount Holyoke College; Feb. 12. At Penn, he was a member of the heavyweight rowing team.

Robert J. Williams C’76 G’79, Santa Barbara, CA, professor of art history at University of California, Santa Barbara and an expert in Italian Renaissance art; April 16.

William F. Wynne Jr. L’76, New York, an attorney specializing in corporate law at the international firm White & Case LLP; May 16.

1977

Larry T. Green WEv’77, Folcroft, PA, a retired product control specialist for SEPTA; May 13.

David K. Jaffe W’77, West Hartford, CT, a civil rights attorney; April 18.

Dann C. Leibig G’77, Easton, MD, a retired CIA officer; March 21. He was awarded the CIA Distinguished Career Intelligence Medal in 2011 and recently lectured on intelligence matters at colleges, including Penn.

Caroline Moseley G’77, Princeton, NJ, a writer and editor at Princeton University; June 18, 2016.

Michael E. Radell GrP’77, Pinecrest, FL, an environmental lawyer; Dec. 30, 2017.

Alfred Rogers GEE’77, Mount Laurel, NJ, a retired engineer; July 15, 2017.

Dr. Lloyd D. Rudley C’77, Elmer, NJ, a psychiatrist; Dec. 5, 2016.

Linda Morley Szainer Gr’77, Manchester, NH, a folklorist and folklore professor; May 16.

1978

Dr. Donna M. Alexander C’78 V’82, Chicago, longtime head of the Cook County Animal and Rabies Control; May 29. As a teenager, she appeared in the famed “Breck Girls” ad campaign for shampoo.

Stephanie Tramdack Cash WG’78, Cape May Court House, NJ, an English teacher and former financial analyst; Dec. 14.

Elizabeth K. Letlhaku GL’78, Johannesburg, South Africa, March 1.

1979

Dr. Joel R. Bigger V’79, Mt. Lebanon, PA, a retired veterinarian; Feb. 5.

Dr. Jeffrey G. Hunchar V’79, West Chester, PA, a veterinarian who later worked in the poultry industry; Jan. 31.

Teresa R. McManus CGS’79, Warminster, PA, a longtime employee of oil company ARCO; Dec. 30.

Dr. Michelle M. Notturno SW’79, Naples, FL, a former teacher and clinical and medical social worker; Jan. 27.

James A. Perry Sr. G’79, Mechanicsburg, PA, former executive director of the Pennsylvania School Employees Retirement System; Feb. 6.

Dorothy B. Templeton G’79, Kennett Square, PA, June 10, 2017.

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1980

C. Stephen Bartolett W’80, Egg Harbor Township, NJ, an attorney; July 8, 2016.

Dr. Lisa Jane Krenzel C’80, New York, an internist and assistant clinical professor at NYU; Jan. 1. Her brother is Jeffrey F. Krenzel C’74.

Paul E. Schaffman EE’80, Upland, CA, director of engineering and environmental affairs for New Indy Containerboard; May 18.

1981

Eleanor Marcus Callison WG’81, New York, an entrepreneur and brand strategist; Aug. 1, 2017.

Won Sang Lee G’81, Vienna, VA, senior pastor emeritus of Korean Central Presbyterian Church; Dec. 5, 2016.

Charles R. Summers GEd’81, Longmeadow, MA, a retired reverend; Feb. 8.

1982

David E. Bedri WG’82, Madison, WI, a retired real estate executive at Goldman Sachs; Jan. 5.

David M. Brookman Gr’82, Princeton, IN, a retired pastor; Feb. 20.

Dr. Edwin P. Hogan D’82, Smithton, PA, a dentist; March 17.

Dr. James W. Kaufer Gr’82, Pittsford, NY, director of surgical science at LSI Solutions; Dec. 9.

Nancy T. Termine McCarel C’82, Ardmore, PA, a clinical psychologist who ran a practice devoted to helping people with chronic pain, depression, disease recovery, and other debilitating conditions; March 18.

1983

Susan J. Findley GEE’83, Chesterfield, MO, Sept. 13, 2017.

Marianne B. Schwoob SW’83, Furlong, PA, a retired administrator at the nursing facility Fox Subacute; Jan. 8.

Joanna Shukal WG’83, Washington Crossing, PA, a technology company executive; May 18.

1984

Dr. Yoichi Aizawa Gr’84, Hamilton, NY, a professor of Japanese at Colgate University; Oct. 15, 2016.

John R. Homer WG’84, Salt Lake City, a management consultant; May 17.

Nina Kaleska CGS’84, Bala Cynwyd, PA, a singer, teacher, author, and lecturer; Jan. 21.

Dr. Michael W. Migdal D’84, River Vale, NJ, a dentist; April 28, 2017.

David J. Potkul W’84, Narragansett, RI, an attorney; Sept. 19, 2017

1985

Lawrence J. Ames WG’85, Lackawaxen, PA, an owner of several companies; Sept. 20, 2017.

H. John Michel Jr. L’85, Chadds Ford, PA, a securities, merger and acquisitions lawyer for the Philadelphia law firm Drinker Biddle & Reath; May 26.

Joan Newhall GEd’85, Philadelphia, an individual and family counselor; March 2, 2017.

1986

John Michael Lucid II C’86 GEd’86, Mt. Angel, OR, June 29, 2016.

James Stewart O’Brien SW’86, Natchez, MS, a clinical social worker; April 19.

Dr. Kathleen Ryan G’86 Gr’04, Acton, MA, consulting scholar for the African Section at the Penn Museum; Jan. 17. She served as project director of the Laikipia Archaeological Investigations, which focused on the transition of hunter-gatherers to cattle herders nearly 5,000 years ago in what is now Kenya, and she wrote for Expedition magazine.

1987

Dr. Michael R. Greenberg WG’87, Lock Haven, PA, a retired physician and medical director; Jan. 24.

Gregory A. Marshall G’87, Marlton, NJ, a senior National Park Service officer; Feb. 16.

Kathleen M. McNamara GNu’87, Lancaster, PA, a clinical nurse specialist; Jan. 4.

William J. Murphy WG’87, Bluffton, SC, Sept. 18.

Stacy L. Weinberg C’87, Lakewood, CO, director of epidemiology at Tri-County Health Department; March 26.

1988

John F. Boardman L’88, Pittsburgh, a retired physician; March 16.

Thomas M. Carroll EAS’88, San Francisco, a sales engineer; Nov. 22. He served in the US Army during the Gulf War, earning several awards. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the sprint football team.

Dr. Lawrence Scott Linder M’88, Edgewater, MD, former director of emergency medicine at the University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center; May 1. His wife is Dr. Jeanette A. F. Linder C’84.

1989

Barbara Welch Schmidt G’89, Vass, NC, a retired healthcare supervisor for the State of New Jersey; Dec. 18.

Richard C. Shollenberger L’89, Chicago, an attorney and president of the law firm Lewis & Davidson; May 7.

Mark Thomas von Kleeck GEng’89, Elkton, MD, a retired electrical and product design engineer; May 15.

Michael Zwerling W’89, Downingtown, PA, an actuary at Voya Financial; Aug. 10. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

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1991

Armando S. Herrera III Nu’91, San Antonio, a nurse; March 29. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

Carl E. Nittinger GFA’91, Salem, NJ, an employee of the New Jersey Historic Trust; Jan. 17.

1992

Patrick Joseph Martin C’92 EAS’92, Lexington, MA, chief technology officer at Connance, a healthcare analytics company; March 20. At Penn, he was a member of Mask & Wig. Two brothers are Dr. Luke M. Martin C’74 V’81 and Dr. Timothy P. Martin G’77 Gr’81.

David Andrew Remington EAS’92, Dexter, MI, a senior technical manager at General Motors; May 31. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

1994

Matthew P. Keenan C’94 GEd’96, West Chester, PA, a recruiter in the healthcare industry; Oct. 18, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

1995

Richard J. Lombardi C’95, Branford, CT, an owner of a truck leasing agency; Jan. 17. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity.

Linda F. Winkelman GEE’95, Mount Holly, NJ, a systems engineer for Lockheed Martin and former US Navy lieutenant; Dec. 28.

1996

James J. Hentz Gr’96, Lexington, VA, chair of the international studies and political science department at Virginia Military Institute; Feb. 17.

Michael S. Steinberg C’96, Washington, DC, a partner in the law firm of Loss, Judge & Ward, LLP; Aug. 4, 2017. At Penn, he was a member of Pi Sigma Alpha fraternity. His father is Lewis G. Steinberg L’68.

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2003

Denise M. Devine GEx’03, Toms River, NJ, July 24, 2017.

2007

Vincent F. Garrity CGS’07, Bala Cynwyd, PA, an attorney at Philadelphia law firm Duane Morris; Dec. 18.

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2010

Monica Weaver GrD’10, Cream Ridge, NJ, a provost and dean at Mercer Community College; April 1.

2016

Christopher H. Sener C’16, Takoma Park, MD, a web producer and artist; Nov. 28. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity.

2017

Madison C. Pedrotty C’17, Cockeysville, MD, May 31. She was a PhD student studying molecular cancer biology at Duke University.

Pablo A. Sanchez EAS’17, Mount Kisco, NY, a software engineer at Revature; May 7. At Penn, he worked as a research assistant at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.

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Faculty & Staff

Dr. John D. Biggers, Lexington, MA, a former research professor in reproductive physiology at Penn and a pioneer researcher for in vitro fertilization; April 7. He arrived at Penn from London in 1959, receiving many honors for his work. The year before that, he and his colleague Anne McClaren published a landmark paper in the journal Nature that reported the first successful development of a mammalian (mouse) early embryo and contributed to the establishment of human in vitro fertilization (IVF), which is now used as an assisted reproductive technology in tens of thousands of births annually in the United States. He later taught at Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Medical School.

Dr. Norma Ornstein Goldstein. See Class of 1971 .

Dr. David Pines, Urbana, IL, a former physics instructor at Penn and a leader in condensed matter physics; May 3. He worked at Penn in the early 1950s and later taught at Princeton and the University of Illinois. He is best known for his contributions to understanding the phenomena that emerge from the complex interactions of the elementary constituents of matter, his work paving the way for several Nobel prizes.

Philip Roth Hon’03, New York, a renowned novelist and former adjunct professor of English at Penn; May 22. After serving as a visiting lecturer, he was hired by Penn in 1970, becoming an adjunct professor in the mid-1970s. He taught at the University for more than a decade in all, with students sometimes lining up at 4:30 a.m. to register for his class. He won two National Book Awards, including one for his first novel Goodbye, Columbus (1959), two National Book Critics Circle awards, three PEN/Faulkner Awards, a Pulitzer Prize, and the Man Booker International Prize. He received an honorary degree from Penn in 2003.

Dr. Richard Mylius Sherman. See Class of 1962.

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