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July|August 2015

1937 | Dr. Seymour Bauch C’36 D’37, Hollywood, Fla., Nov. 8.

1938 | Beatrice C. Showers Ed’38 GEd’42, Havertown, Pa., April 14. Her daughter is Virginia S. White CW’71.

1939 | Nathaniel P. Apter W’39, Stuart, Fla., Feb. 5.

Dr. Herbert C. Krouk D’39, Dedham, Mass., a retired dentist; Feb. 28.

1940 | Dr. Stella Y. Botelho CW’40, Blue Bell, Pa., emeritus professor of physiology who had served on the staff of the Perelman School of Medicine; March 11. She retired in 1981. As a student, she had been a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority and the women’s swimming, tennis, and basketball teams. She received Penn’s Alumni Award of Merit in 1968.

Mary J. Welfare HUP’40, Winston-Salem, N.C., Oct. 29.

1941 | Dr. Glenn D. Gates V’41, Clarksdale, Miss., a retired veterinarian; March 8.

1942 | Dr. Herbert Fuerst C’42 D’44, Raleigh, N.C., a retired dentist; January 14. During World War II, he served in the US Army.

Dr. Charles H. Masland III ChE’42, Millsboro, Del., March 14. He had worked for his family’s carpet-manufacturing firm, retiring in 1986. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity and the wrestling team. During World War II, he served in the US Navy.

Dr. Morton W. Rutenberg Ch’42 Gr’49, North Plainfield, N.J., retired research vice president for the National Starch and Chemical Corp.; Jan. 19. During World War II, he was an aerial photo intelligence officer for the US Army; he received a Bronze Star. His son is Dr. Joel M. Rutenberg C’71.

1943 | Ruth Shteir Banach CW’43, Birdsboro, Pa., a retired supervisor at the New Jersey Department of Labor & Industry; March 15. At Penn, she was a member of the women’s softball team. Her sister is Barbara S. Marmorstein CW’52 and her daughter is Marilyn Banach Garcia WG’82.

Leonard I. Berman W’43, Cherry Hill, N.J., Oct. 23. During World War II, he served in the US Army Air Corps. His son is Robert A. Berman W’85.

Alfred Bloom W’43, Boca Raton, Fla., Nov. 24. At Penn, he was a member of Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.

Dr. Ralph A. Jessar C’43 M’46 GM’47 GM’50, Gladwyne, Pa., a retired assistant clinical professor of rheumatology and former chief of rheumatology at the old Graduate Hospital; April 15. He helped develop the use of corticosteroid injections for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. During World War II, he served in the US Navy. One son is Kevin L. Jessar C’84 L’87 and his daughters are Hilary Jessar Schaper CW’75 (whose husband is Reed E. Schaper C’75) and Jamie A. Jessar C’81.

Henry A. Pope Jr. W’43, Red Bank, N.J., a retired consultant for General Electric; March 14.

Francis C. Rooney Jr. W’43, Rye, N.Y., former CEO of H.H. Brown Shoe Co.; March 24. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. During World War II, he was a battleship gunnery officer in the Pacific. His sons are Peter M. Rooney W’73 and Stephen G. Rooney W’77.

Caleb Cresson Wistar III W’43, Lafayette Hill, Pa., a retired procurement specialist for the old Burroughs Corp.; April 2. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Psi fraternity and the men’s soccer team. During World War II, he served with the US Army Medical Corps in Europe, notably at the Battle of the Bulge. His sons are Dr. Caleb C. Wistar IV G’84 and James B. Wistar WG’87 and a grandson is Lyle C. Wistar EAS’17.

1944 | Dr. Harold K. Cassel V’44, Souderton, Pa., a retired veterinarian; Jan. 27.

Richard W. Eastwood C’44, Walnut Creek, Calif., April 14. At Penn he was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.

Laurens B. Mathews W’44, Charlotte, N.C., retired comptroller for a General Motors dealership; Feb. 21. During World War II, he served as a commissioned supply officer in the US Navy.

Dr. Thomas J. Nauss M’44 GM’49, Dallas, Pa., a retired plastic surgeon; Dec. 18, 2014. During World War II, he served in the US Army.

1945 | Nettie D. Beloff CW’45, Jenkintown, Pa., March 8.

Dr. Jane Henry Fickes Gr’45, Camp Hill, Pa., March 9. Her husband is Charles G. Fickes Jr. W’46.

Dr. John H. Fisher Gr’45, Knoxville, Tenn., former John C. Hodges Professor of English at the University of Tennessee; Feb. 17.

Esther G. Howes NEd’45 GEd’46, Newtown Square, Pa., retired health officer for Barnstable County, Mass.; Jan. 25.

Genevieve Schiller Shore CW’45, Ft. Washington, Pa., a retired social worker; April 9.

Doris Wheeler HUP’45, Westfield, Mass., a retired nurse; Aug. 11, 2013.

Catharine C. Yager PSW’45, Philadelphia, a retired social worker with the Methodist Home for Children; Jan. 21.

1946 | Jane Higgins Hurley DH’46, Berwyn, Pa., a former dental hygienist; March 28.

Broadus H. King Jr. W’46, Falls Church, Va., retired head of early database firms; Aug. 30, 2013. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity.

Donald A. Lux C’46 WG’49, Jamesville, N.Y., a retired tax attorney; April 4. In World War II, he served with the US Navy.

Deborah J. Nelson CW’46, Turlock, Calif., a retired Maryland elementary school teacher; March 5. Her son is Bruce A. Nelson C’73.

Sidney S. Waxman W’46, Philadelphia, Dec. 3, 2013. A grandson is Jared S. Waxman C’12 G’12.

1947 | Marvin D. Alloy W’47, Cheltenham, Pa., co-founder of the Alloy Silverstein accounting firm in Cherry Hill, N.J.; March 8. During World War II, he served with the US Navy in the South Pacific. His daughters are Marsha D. Rutenberg CW’70 and Randi G. Davis C’76 and a grandson is Craig S. Rutenberg C’95.

Edward B. Beidleman C’47, Honolulu, March 2. He had worked for the CIA from 1952 to 1979. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and the wrestling team.

Dr. Theodore B. Cohen G’47 M’51 GM’56, Narberth, Pa., a retired psychoanalyst who had specialized in children and young adults; April 22. He co-edited The Vulnerable Child (1993-99). During World War II, he served in the US Army, where he helped children from the Dachau concentration camp into the care of the Red Cross.

Burnetta L. Graham G’47, Lititz, Pa., March 18.

Ethel Wolf Gross DH’47, Glastonbury, Conn., a retired dental hygienist; March 26.

Robert J. Harbison III WG’47, Wyndmoor, Pa., former head of the old Harbison Dairies; March 15. During World War II, he served in the US Marines.

Charlotte S. Lax CW’47, Ventnor City, N.J., March 6, 2014.

Betty J. Lindelow HUP’47, Bismarck, N.D., Feb. 15.

Leonard S. Malmud W’47, Lafayette Hill, Pa., March 13. At Penn he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity and the lightweight rowing team.

Emiko I. Nishino OT’47, Wayland, Mass., April 23, 2014.

Sybilla A. Ruegenberg GEd’47, Lansdale, Pa., Sept. 13.

1948 | Ruth M. Amber GEd’48, Mt. Holly, N.J., a retired elementary school teacher; March 13.

Philip E. Berens C’48 L’55, Bryn Mawr, Pa., a retired patent attorney; March 12. His wife is Janet S. Berens CGS’72.

Dr. Laurence P. Cloud ChE’48, Peterborough, N.H., a former oncologist at New England Deaconess Hospital; March 16.During World War II, he was a submarine radioman in the Pacific.

Dr. David C. Dewees C’48 M’52, Falmouth, Mass., a retired anesthesiologist at Falmouth Hospital; March 11.

Caroline Kocisek Horvath DH’48, Lancaster, Pa., a retired school dental hygienist; March 1.

Howard Kopet W’48, New York, Feb. 18, 2014.

1949 | Hilda Pollock Abrahams Mu’49, Glenview, Ill., Jan. 8. Her brother is Jerome L. Pollock W’51.

Stanley M. Babson Jr. WG’49, Brunswick, Maine, Feb. 22.

Charles P. Bednarik Ed’49, Coopersburg, Pa., a Pro Football Hall of Famer who played center for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1949 to 1962, helping the team win NFL Championships in 1949 and 1960; March 21. During World War II, as a gunner with the US Army Air Corps, he flew 30 combat missions over Germany. As a student, he played center on the football team, 1945-48; he also played baseball at Penn. Bednarik was selected first overall in the 1949 NFL draft by the Eagles, and was the last two-way player in the league. He was voted to several All-NFL Teams and was named to the Pro Football, College Football, and Penn Athletics Halls of Fame; the Maxwell Football Club named their award for the best defensive player in college football in his honor. During the off season as a pro, he supplemented the small seasonal income by selling concrete, earning the nickname “Concrete Charlie.”

Vera Stephano Columbus CW’49, Hot Springs, Ark., a retired hospital laboratory technician; March 7.

Edward Gnup C’49, Fullerton, Calif., a retired life-insurance underwriter and pension plan designer for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance; March 7. At Penn, he played on the men’s baseball team, and then played with a Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds. During World War II, he served in the US Army. His wife is Eleanor T. Gnup CW’49.

Edward Hamburg W’49, Cherry Hill, N.J., emeritus professor of business at Rowan College; April 9.

Sol Pomerantz W’49, Elkins Park, Pa., June 14, 2014. His alumni family includes Dr. Marc Pomerantz C’73 and Dr. Sylvia R. Mendelsohn Pomerantz CW’73, Ruth S. Pomerantz C’78, and Daniel J. Pomerantz W’03.

Dr. R. David Warner M’49, Xenia, Ohio, retired primary physician for the Ohio Soldiers and Sailors Orphanage Home; Dec. 27. He served in the US Army during World War II and the Korean War. His wife is Mary Gilcreest Warner Ed’47.

Martin M. Wendel ChE’49, Media, Pa., a retired chemical engineer for the DuPont Co.; March 15. During World War II, he served with the US Navy. His brother is Dr. Henri F. Wendel C’49 M’53.

Geraldine Brown Wexelblat Ed’49, Philadelphia, a former medical editor for the old J.B. Lippincott & Co.; March 10. One son is Alan D. Wexelblat C’84 EAS’84 and her ex-husband is Dr. Richard L. Wexelblat EE’59 GEE’61 GrE’65.

1950 | John L. Backus W’50, Jenkintown, Pa., retired controller for the Philadelphia Parking Authority; March 13. During the Korean War, he served in the US Navy, and became a captain in the Naval Reserves. His wife is Rosemary S. Backus Ed’51.

John C. Bowen ChE’50, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., a retired chemical engineer; April 14. As a student, he served on the men’s track team and was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. During the 1990s, retired, he lectured at Penn Engineering.

Harry I. Charnock EE’50 GEE’57, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., Nov. 2.

Dr. Harold Krivins D’50, Interlaken, N.J., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice at Point Pleasant from 1959 to 1990; Feb. 12. One daughter is Lori Krivins Comer C’88 L’91, whose husband is Marc J. Comer W’85 WG’89.

David L. Mahoney W’50, Little Falls, N.Y., April 10. He had run an insurance and real estate agency.

Diarmuid F. O’Connell W’50, Cohasset, Mass., March 30. He had worked for Loomis Sayles for many years. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. His son is Aidan Wisner O’Connell WG’96.

Dr. Robert B. Thornburg G’50 Gr’56, Ft. Washington, Pa., a retired professor of English at Muhlenberg College; March 9. His grandson is Theodore A. Brochu EAS’15.

Dr. William J. Tuddenham M’50 GM’56, Naples, Fla., professor emeritus of radiology and a former director of radiology at Pennsylvania Hospital; Oct. 5. He was founding editor of the journal Radiographics. During World War II, he served in the US Naval Reserves.

Sidney Weinstein C’50, Feasterville-Trevose, Pa., Aug. 11, 2013.

Mary Jahnke Wesson Ed’50, Largo, Fla., a retired teacher; April 23, 2014.

1951 | Willard M. Bickel WEF’51, Pottstown, Pa., former Montgomery County controller; April 13, 2014.

Peter R. Brown WG’51, St. Petersburg, Fla., a retired real-estate developer; Nov. 23.

Dr. Alexander A. Colalillo GD’51, Haddonfield, N.J., a retired orthodontist; March 23.

Dr. Robert Danner D’51, Boca Raton, Fla., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Utica, N.Y., for many years; March 1.

Herbert S. French Jr. WG’51, Boylston, Mass., retired senior vice president at the old Kidder, Peabody; Feb. 18.

Josephine M. Grant Nu’51, Auburn, Calif., March 17.

H. Samuel Greenawalt Jr. W’51, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., a former executive vice president of Michigan National Bank, who as a Mungerman at Penn lettered in 1949 and 1950; March 25. He played center on the football team; its annual spring game has been named after him. He also played golf and squash, and was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. During the Korean War, he was wounded in service as a Marine. His brother is Jon L. Greenawalt Sr. C’61 G’63.

Francis B. Haas Jr. L’51, Harrisburg, Pa., a retired attorney; April 18.

Dr. John H. Hall Jr. GM’51, Washington, Pa., a retired physician; Nov. 27.

Everett E. Harris Jr. W’51, Summerfield, Fla., Sept. 28. He had retired from the Linen Association of America. During World War II, he served as a Mustang fighter pilot with the US Army Air Corps in Britain.

Dr. Sanford F. Kuvin C’51 G’52, Palm Beach, Fla., Feb. 28. Stopping his medical practice in 1984, he founded the Sanford F. Kuvin Center for the Study of Infectious and Tropical Diseases at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he conducted research. His daughter is Lisa Rose K. Schreier C’86.

John I. MacKerell WEv’51, Leesburg, Fla., a retired investments executive; Feb. 26. During World War II, he served with the US Army Air Corps in China.

Dr. Andrew D. Meluch G’51, Cleveland, a retired psychologist; Jan. 26. He also served as staff psychologist for the Lorain County Juvenile Court. His daughter is Rebecca Meluch G’81.

Harry Glendon Miller W’51, Cape May Court House, N.J., a retired stockbroker; Jan. 18. During World War II, he served as a sergeant in the US Army.

Roswell S. Patterson WEF’51, Endwell, N.Y., a retired manager for Pennsylvania Gas and Water Co.; Oct. 19. During World War II, he served in the US Marines. His son is Dr. Bruce H. Patterson D’81.

Scott L. Probasco Jr. WG’51, Chattanooga, Tenn., former chair of SunTrust Banks; April 18.

Stanley R. Shapiro ME’51, Satellite Beach, Fla., Oct. 12.

Arthur C. Staib Jr. W’51, Hilton Head Island, S.C., Nov. 19. He had worked for many years for his family’s firm, what is now DWS Printing Associates. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. His brother is Allen J. Staib W’55 and his daughter is Dr. Susan Staib-McGee Gr’03.

1952 | C. William Berger W’52, Manchester, N.J., retired national transportation director for General Felt Distributors; March 9. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity.

Mark R. Bernstein C’52, Charlotte, N.C., a retired partner of the Parker Poe law firm; April 27. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Epsilon Pi fraternity. During the Korean War, he served in the US Army. His daughter is Evan Bernstein Finamore C’92.

Capt. John R. Bierley GM’52, Winlock, Wash., a retired surgeon and medical officer in the US Navy; Aug. 23, 2013. He received a Purple Heart during World War II.

Josephine Cohen OT’52, Philadelphia, March 10. At Penn, she was a member of Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. Her brother is Dr. D. Walter Cohen C’47 D’50.

Ralph T. Cohen WEv’52, Ambler, Pa., March 25.

Dr. Thomas A. Davis D’52, Oreland, Pa., a retired dentist; March 5.

Thomas E. Evans WEv’52, Wilmington, Del., a retired senior financial executive with the DuPont Co.; Nov. 12. During World War II, he served in the US Army Air Corps in the Pacific.

Daniel E. Evarts III C’52, Neptune, N.J., retired owner of a commercial interior-design firm; Jan. 27. At Penn he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity.

Dr. James P. Geiger M’52, San Rafael, Calif., retired chief of cardiothoracic surgery at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center; April 16. He spent 23 years in the US Army Medical Corps, serving in Europe, the Philippines, Korea, and Vietnam, and was twice awarded the Legion of Merit.

Jean Swindler Hosie G’52, New Wilmington, Pa., March 18.

Gerald H. McGinley W’52, Short Hills, N.J., former senior vice president at UBS Financial Services; Feb. 23. A Mungerman, he was a star linebacker on the football team; he won the Class of 1915 Award for the ideal Penn athlete and earned All-American honors in his senior season. Drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in 1952, he chose instead to join the US Army, serving in Korea. At Penn, Gerald was also a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and the Sphinx Senior Society. His brothers are Edward F. McGinley III W’50 and Richard D. McGinley C’58, and Casey O. Quackenbush C’17 is a granddaughter.

Charles F. Reim Jr. W’52, Lafayette Hill, Pa., March 6.

Robert F. Schilling W’52, Wilmington, Del., a retired accountant for DuPont and the old Scott Paper Co.; July 23, 2014. During World War II, he served with the US Army and earned a Purple Heart.

Ann Vardaro Simon CW’52, Stamford, Conn., a retired school psychologist; April 5. At Penn, she was a member of Alpha Xi Delta sorority. Her husband is James F. Simon W’52.

1953 | Benham Fuhrman MtE’53, Ft. Washington, Pa., March 20.

Benjamin F. Hadley WG’53, Worthington, Ohio, retired insurance executive; Feb. 23.

Dr. Thomas R. Judy D’53, Laguna Beach, Calif., a retired dentist; April 22. His son is Dr. Mark A. Judy D’71.

Dr. Pierre A. Pomerleau GM’53, Québec, Feb. 22.

Hon. Arnold C. Rapoport W’53, Allentown, Pa., a retired US magistrate judge; Nov. 29.

1954 | Leonard E. Anderson C’54, Dalton, Mass., a retired technology sales executive for major computer firms; March 27. At Penn, he was president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and a member of the men’s baseball team. A son is Gordon T. Anderson C’86.

Leonard Roy Frank W’54, San Francisco, Jan. 15. A human-rights activist and writer, he compiled Random House Webster’s Quotationary (1998). At Penn, he was a member of the Friars Senior Society.

E. Brooks Keffer Jr. L’54, Newtown Square, Pa., a retired corporate attorney; March 6.

Andrew J. Mainardi Jr. C’54, Franklin Lakes, N.J., a retired co-founder of his family’s law firm who also served as a municipal court judge; March 8. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. One son is Andrew Mainardi W’78, whose wife is Priscilla B. Mainardi C’78.

Dr. Arthur M. Spiegleman C’54 GM’60, Cherry Hill, N.J., a retired ophthalmologist affiliated with Virtua Hospital in Marlton; April 5. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s sprint football team.

Dr. Charles W. Thompson GD’54, Atlanta, a retired dentist; March 14. He taught at Emory University for 25 years.

Victor R. H. Yarnell G’54, Reading, Pa., executive director of the Schuylkill River Greenway Association; Jan. 22. He had served a term in the Pennsylvania state legislature and as mayor of Reading, 1968-72.

Joseph E. Yungel C’54, Clearwater, Fla., a retired insurance underwriter; Feb. 21. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity.

1955 | Dr. Richard P. Cancelmo M’55, Bryn Mawr, Pa., retired chief of radiology at Bryn Mawr Hospital; March 9.

William C. Green GEd’55, Philadelphia, retired chair of the Philadelphia School District’s Office of African-American Studies, who with his wife co-founded the Ivy Leaf School (1965-2008); April 23.

Barbara Coan Houghton Nu’55, Woodbury, Minn., a freelance writer; April 7, 2014. At Penn, she was a member of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority.

Dr. William D. Kehler M’55, Savannah, Ga., a retired physician; March 6.

Donald M. Latzel C’55, Levittown, Pa., a retired teacher at Neshaminy High School; April 17, 2014. He was a veteran of the Korean War.

James D. Winsor IV C’55, Ardmore, Pa., a retired journalist for Heavy Duty Trucking magazine; April 8. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity and the men’s swimming team.

1956 | Brian B. Barlow W’56 GEd’65, Brunswick, Maine, a retired teacher in Lower Merion, Pa.; Nov. 2. His wife is Marie R. Barlow OT’52.

Dr. Donald M. Cohen M’56, Ft. Worth, Tex., a retired pathologist; Dec. 2.

Gary A. Everson W’56, North Palm Beach, Fla., May 7. He had run an insurance agency in Byram, N.Y.

Dr. Valerio J. Federici GM’56, Langhorne, Pa., a retired general surgeon; Jan. 5.

Frederick N. Jerauld III W’56, Surprise, Ariz., a retired stockbroker in Buffalo, N.Y.; April 16, 2014. At Penn he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity.

Dr. Robert E. Johns GrEd’56, Lititz, Pa., former superintendent of the Coatesville School District; March 21.

Olga W. Lambrecht Nu’56 GEd’63, Middletown, Del., former director of nursing at Montgomery County College; April 21, 2014.

Dr. Morton H. Levy D’56, Miami Beach, Fla., former head of dental services at Wilson Hospital in Johnson City, N.Y.; Feb. 1. His son is Harlan E. Levy C’93.

Kathleen Branco Marks Ed’56, Merion, Pa., March 1. She had worked at Eagleville Hospital. At Penn, she was a member of Chi Omega sorority.

Dr. Katharine Ellen Reichert Nu’56 M’61, Hadley, Mass., retired director of the health services at Hampshire College; March 21.

Lee Feldman Zeidman Mu’56, Pompano Beach, Fla., Feb. 24.

1957 | James W. Boyd W’57, Orleans, Mass., a retired vice president for J.P. Morgan Chase; Feb. 4.

Dr. Herman Goldner Gr’57, Haverford, Pa., a retired microbiologist; Aug. 16, 2014.

James R. Hanlon CCC’57, Woodbury, Conn., a retired sales manager at Chester Mack; Nov. 5. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s track team.

Dr. William Pinsky C’57 M’61, Lansdale, Pa., a retired physician who had maintained a practice there for 38 years; Nov. 6. At Penn, he was a member of the men’s baseball team. His brother is Allan Pinsky W’62.

John A. Rohana W’57, Springfield, Pa., Dec. 21. He had worked for the Lumbermans Merchandising Corp.

Dr. Henry R. Schmidt V’57, Chalfont, Pa., a retired veterinarian; March 27.

John L. Sullivan Jr. WG’57, St. Simons Island, Ga., a former vice president and managing partner for Korn Ferry International; April 26.

1958 | Dr. David E. Carney Gr’58, Sag Harbor, N.Y., a retired economist with the United Nations; May 8, 2014.

Derek M. Lofquist WG’58, Walnut Creek, Calif., retired CFO of the San Francisco Zoo; March 3.

Dr. John L. Mansell M’58, New Wilmington, Pa., a retired physician; April 13.

Paul Staudenmayer WEv’58, Glenside, Pa., a retired accountant with Raytheon; September 12, 2014.

1959 | James J. Casby Jr. L’59, Eugene, Ore., a former state assistant attorney general; Oct. 25, 2013.

Craig M. Drake W’59, Philadelphia, a retired jeweler; March 15. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity.

Dr. Isaac Gielchinsky GM’59, Newark, N.J., retired head of cardiac surgery at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center; Feb. 23. During the Vietnam War, he served as a surgeon in the US Army and was awarded a Bronze Star.

Dr. Frederick M. Goethe C’59, Reisterstown, Md., a retired teacher; Jan. 12.

Dr. Hsiu-Sheng Hsu Gr’59, Richmond, Va., retired professor of microbiology and infectious diseases at Virginia Commonwealth University; April 3. His daughter is Yih-Ming Hsu C’91 GLA’95.

Edward J. Lanshe WG’59, Midland Park, N.J., a retired manager for IBM; Jan. 18.

Gaetano D. Mazzola ME’59, Philadelphia, Oct. 30.

Shaun F. O’Malley W’59, Philadelphia, retired international chair of PricewaterhouseCoopers (1992-95) who had served as a Trustee of the University (2001-05) and an Overseer of the Wharton School (1991—2002); Feb. 25. He came to Penn in 1952, but interrupted his studies for military duty, resuming them in 1955; he was a member of the varsity rowing team and served as president of Zeta Psi fraternity. A member of the Wharton Dean’s Council, he was a director of the SEI Center for the Study of Management; he endowed a scholarship at Wharton and was instrumental in creating the Price Waterhouse Professorship for Accounting. Shaun O’Malley was a founding member of the board of Penn Medicine, and served as the first chair of its audit committee. Among service on many boards, he was non-executive chair of Freddie Mac. His wife is Linda M. Buchheit GEd’91, his son is Brendan O’Malley WG’03, and his brother is W. Gresham O’Malley III W’54, whose wife is Louise T. O’Malley CW’63.

Marsha F. Shanker CW’59, Plymouth Meeting, Pa., a retired teacher; March 21.

Dr. William Torop C’59 GrEd’68, Sarasota, Fla., former professor of chemistry at West Chester University; Nov. 8.

1960 | William T. Bates PT’60, Devon, Pa., Feb. 10, 2014.

Dr. Robert A. Fischer D’60, Lloyd Harbor, N.Y., a retired dentist who had maintained a practice in Manhattan for 46 years; Feb. 8.

William A. Hayes WG’60, New York, a former president of the New York Society of Security Analysts; March 18.

Anne Jenkins HUP’60, Summerville, S.C., Nov. 3.

Bipin R. Kapadia EE’60, Houston, Tex., Jan. 27, 2014. He spent his career in the computer industry and later in oil and gas consulting. His son is Dev B. Kapadia EAS’94 W’94.

Kathleen M. Klutey CW’60, Greenville, N.C., a retired high-school guidance counselor; Dec. 6. At Penn, she had been a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Her husband is Frederick J. Klutey WG’61.

Carleton A. Petersen WEv’60 CGS’65, Philadelphia, Dec. 7.

Irv Segal SW’60, Warminster, Pa., director of The Guided Tour, Inc., a travel program for people with special needs; Feb. 3. His wife is Zipporah B. Segal SW’90.

Dr. Eugene E. Toothaker V’60, Ellsworth, Maine, a retired veterinarian who also had served as mayor; March 10.

Sara Winand HUP’60, Hanover, Pa., retired director of nursing and director of cardiovascular services at York Hospital; Oct. 20.

1961 | Mark T. Dowd W’61, Bolivia, N.C., Jan. 26. At Penn, he was a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity and the lightweight rowing team.

Ruth M. Ernst CW’61, Northfield, N.J., a retired high-school teacher; April 12.

Dr. Fleming J. Hanley Jr. GD’61, North Palm Beach, Fla., a retired dentist; March 6.

1962 | Lucius A. D. Andrew III W’62, Seattle, a former managing director for Drexel Firestone, Inc.; Jan. 19. At Penn, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity and the men’s hockey team. One son is Gaylord Kellogg C’84 and his brother is H. T. Rollins Andrew W’63.

Dr. Manoranjan Dutta Gr’62, New Brunswick, N.J., professor emeritus of economics at Rutgers University; Feb. 22. He edited The Asian Economy and Asian Money (2009).

Robert E. Flory GEE’62, Tucson, Ariz., March 16. He had worked for the David Sarnoff Research Center in West Windsor, N.J., on high-definition television.

Dr. Marshall A. Glasser C’62, Miami, a retired dentist; April 16. He was a member of the Penn Band.

Dr. Arno R. Hohn GM’62, Pomona, Calif., retired professor of pediatrics at the University of Southern California; March 21, 2014.

Hon. Jerold G. Klevit L’62, Jenkintown, Pa., an administrative-law judge for 30 years; April 17.

Dr. Leslie P. M. Surrey GM’62, Philadelphia, a retired physician; Nov. 3.

1963 | John F. Krause WG’63, Brevard, N.C., March 20, 2014.

Laurence Manou Ar’63, Downingtown, Pa., Jan. 15.

Daniel C. Soriano Jr. L’63, Raritan, N.J., a retired attorney; Dec. 23.

Dr. John W. Visnauskas GM’63, Newington, Conn., retired medical director for the Travelers Insurance Co.; Feb. 26. He had served as a clinical instructor in surgery at the University of Connecticut. His daughter is RuthAnne M. Visnauskas C’96.

1964 | Dr. A. Stephen Boyer M’64 GM’71, Franktown, Va., a retired physician; Oct. 11.

Charles D. Stubbs GEE’64, Annapolis, Md., a retired engineer for AT&T; March 31.

1965 | Anthony W. Ficcaglia C’65, Port Elizabeth, N.J., a retired school psychologist; March 19.

Richard L. Fussell GEE’65, Weems, Va., Oct. 23.

Henry Y. Goldman W’65 L’69, Merion, Pa., Feb. 16. At Penn, he was a member of Sigma Alpha Mu fraternity. His wife is Deborah G. Goldman CW’66, his son is Kenneth B. Goldman C’92, his daughter is Elizabeth S. Goldman C’94, and his sister is Judith Goldman Zalesne CW’58, whose husband is Harvey Zalesne W’57.

Henry S. Kurlansik GEE’65, Allentown, Pa., Feb. 22. He had worked for the David Sarnoff Research Center in West Windsor, N.J.

James B. Rhoads L’65, Sandy Springs, Ga., a retired attorney; March 30. During the Vietnam War, he served with the US Army, receiving Bronze Stars for his service.

Schuyler J. Scutt Jr. WG’65, Syracuse, N.Y., Dec. 14. He had worked for a Cadillac dealership.

1966 | Allan M. Hegland G’66, Penn, N.D., a retired translator; March 19.

Dr. Hazel I. Holst GM’66, Swarthmore, Pa., an associate professor emeritus of surgery at the University; April 9. She had worked at the Philadelphia VA Hospital and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She was the first woman member of the Plastic Surgery Research Council and the Philadelphia Academy of Surgery. One son is Robert Broberg ChE’82.

Dr. Joseph Honigman GM’66, Jacksonville, Fla., March 10.

Angela A. Sutter CW’66, Bellevue, Wash., a former vice president of investments for Morgan Stanley; Feb. 21.

1967 | William A. Haussmann SW’67, Allentown, Pa., former executive director of Tabor Children’s Services; April 27. His sister is Margaret G. Haussmann SW’74.

Edwin S. Schriver III C’67, Crystal Springs, Mo., retired senior vice president and senior portfolio manager for the old ING Investments; April 10.

A. Ronald Wilkoc L’67, North Myrtle Beach, S.C., a retired attorney; March 2.

1968 | Mary Leach Colen GEd’68, Gladwyne, Pa., retired senior vice president of L. F. Driscoll Co.; April 16.

L. Van V. Dauler Jr. WG’68, Pittsburgh, former president of Neville Chemical; April 19.

Beverly Stout Kacher Nu’68, Philadelphia, March 22.

Kenneth Souser Jr. WEv’68, Macungie, Pa., Dec. 24, 2013.

1969 | Walter T. Klein PT’69, Honesdale, Pa., a retired physical therapist; April 1.

1970 | Glenda Heilman G’70, Cabot, Pa., a retired music teacher; Nov. 12.

Dr. Lawrence Heligman G’70 Gr’85, New Rochelle, N.Y., retired assistant director of the United Nations Population Division; Aug. 1, 2014. He helped devise the Heligman-Pollard model for the age pattern of mortality. His daughter is Tamara G. Heligman C’04.

Dr. Chuan-Kuo Lee Gr’70, Newark, Del., a retired research scientist in the Penn physics department from 1974 to 1996; Feb. 21. He first worked on a solar-neutrino detection team, based in a mine in South Dakota, which resulted in the senior member receiving a Nobel Prize in 2002. He also conducted research at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory.

Paul C. Voet WG’70, Cincinnati, Jan. 2. He had worked for Chemed Corp.

Robert H. Whittlesey II WG’70, Winnetka, Ill., Sept. 13. He had worked in investment banking.

1971 | Dr. Peter T. Hesbacher Gr’71, Danville, Pa., April 8.

Thomas M. Justl W’71, Columbus, Ohio, April 4.

1972 | Dr. John L. Currie GM’72, Hanover, N.H., former head of obstetrics-gynecology at Dartmouth College; April 22.

Barbara J. Eckels Nu’72, International Falls, Minn., a retired rehabilitation nurse; March 31.

Bernice Abel Ferst CGS’72, Sarasota, Fla., Nov. 2.

Dr. Earl L. Giller GM’72, Madison, Conn., April 28, 2014. He worked for Pfizer Corp. for many years and had taught at the Yale medical school.

Alan Glazerman C’72, Langhorne, Pa., Dec. 9, 2013.

Dr. William F. Steirer Jr. Gr’72, Clemson, S.C., a retired professor of history at Clemson University; Feb. 5.

1973 | Dr. Frank Whaley Ewald Jr. C’73, Evans, Ga., associate chief of staff at the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center; April 11.

Rev. Dr. Louis M. Ouellette Gr’73, Palm Springs, Calif., former professor of biology at the La Salette Seminary in Altamont, N.Y.; March 23. He had served as executive secretary of the Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health.

1974 | Thomas A. Finch III WG’74, Sapphire Valley, N.C., former partner and vice-president of the old Salomon Brothers in Manhattan; March 3.

1975 | John S. Jacoby G’75, Ridgewood, N.J., country director for South Africa for the Peace Corps; April 1. He previously had been general manager of Newark and Teterboro airports. His brother is Dr. Thomas M. Jacoby D’69 and one daughter is Sara F. Jacoby Nu’05 GNu’08 Gr’15.

John M. Phelps Jr. C’75, Lebanon, N.J., an employee-benefits specialist who had helped create the Gateway Community Health Plan in Michigan; Jan. 11. At Penn, he was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa fraternity and the lightweight rowing and sprint football teams. His wife is Sandra Afford Phelps CW’75 GEd’77.

Brian (Boruch) Salvay C’75 W’75, Woodridge, N.Y., founder of Platinum Abstract and Title Corp.; March 11. His brother is Craig L. Salvay C’74.

Dr. David John Watson Gr’75, Lewes, UK, principal of Green Templeton College and professor of higher education at the University of Oxford; Feb. 8. He had earlier served as dean of Oxford Polytechnic, then as vice-chancellor of the University of Brighton. He co-wrote The Engaged University (2013). His wife is Betty Skolnick Watson CW’69.

Dr. Douglas A. Whyte SW’75 GrS’84, Media, Pa., retired professor of human services at the Community College of Philadelphia; Nov. 26.

Dr. Bruce G. Witkind C’75, Destin, Fla., a neurosurgeon in private practice; March 26. At Penn, he was a member of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity.

1976 | Virginia T. Weyls Blocker GNu’76, Bethlehem, Pa., April 5.

David F. Hyde WG’76, Atlanta, Dec. 27. He had worked for AT&T.

1977 | Karen Frank Kelrick W’77, Hollywood, Fla., director of parent and alumni relations for the University School at Nova Southeastern University; Feb. 20. Her husband is Howard M. Kelrick C’77 and her son is Scott P. Kelrick C’08, whose wife is Michelle Alpert Kelrick C’08; her sister is Priscilla Frank Adler CW’75 GEd’75, whose husband is Leonard J. Adler W’75.

Dr. Stephen F. Wurst V’77, Manahawkin, N.J., a veterinarian; Nov. 16.

1978 | Dr. Michele M. August-Brady Nu’78, Coopersburg, Pa., a professor of nursing at St. Luke’s Hospital; March 13.

Frances M. Cressio Fortuno L’78, Chesterbrook, Pa., an attorney in private practice; Feb. 3, 2014. She had been an assistant Philadelphia city solicitor.

Bonnie Field Crowley DH’78, Skillman, N.J., Feb. 20. Her husband is Richard P. Crowley GCh’80 and her daughter is Meaghan M. Crowley EAS’06.

1979 | Denise L. Johnson CGS’79, Washington, a senior realty project manager with the city who specialized in historic preservation; Jan. 12.

Deborah Saybolt Merker CGS’79, Haverford, Pa., April 10.

Ann-Elizabeth Purintun G’79, Milwaukee, a retired tax attorney with Cooley LLP; Feb. 21.

Frederic F. Tompkins WG’79, San Diego, a vice president in charge of healthcare at the CBRE Group; April 21.

1980 | Dr. Benson B. Martin Jr. V’80, Kennett Square, Pa., a retired associate professor of equine sports medicine at the University who had served as director of the Jeffords High Speed Treadmill Facility and the Equine Performance Clinic at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center; March 18.

Hope T. Schwab WG’80, Wayne, Pa., a former bank manager; March 18.

1981 | Juan B. Briones Jr. C’81, San Antonio, a finance manager and consultant for music companies; Feb. 22.

Anne Mills SW’81, Bethlehem, Pa., a retired social worker who specialized in housing for people with metal illnesses; April 1.

1982 | Micki C. Stolker GCP’82, Philadelphia, Dec. 19. Her son is Dr. Kurt L. Cousins W’90 WG’98.

1983 | Robert P. Matusiak WG’83, Kensington, Md., former head of a transformer-manufacturing firm; Feb. 25.

1984 | Thomas E. Nott C’84, Lutz, Fla., a database administrator for Verizon; April 9.

1986 | Dr. Anna S. Lev-Toaff GM’86, Merion, Pa., a professor of radiology at the University; April 3. She had earlier served on the faculties of Thomas Jefferson and Temple universities. Her alumni family includes Dr. Michael E. Toaff GM’80 and Dr. Rachel L. Toaff-Rosenstein V’09.

1988 | Santa Cruz Hughes G’88 WG’88, Port Chester, N.Y., a marketer at M&M Mars; Feb. 11. Her husband is Duane L. Hughes G’88 WG’88 L’91 and one daughter is Drisana C. Hughes C’16.

Frederick A. Tarantino WG’88, Frederick, Va., June 10, 2014.

John Charles VanHecke C’88, Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.; March 27. He had worked for St John’s Providence Hospital.

1993 | Gerald A. DiSciullo WAM’93, Woodstock, Ga., Dec. 17. He had retired from UPS, after 34 years.

1997 | Sean J. Daniels L’97, Philadelphia, March 24.

2002 | Dr. Robin C. Valentine V’02, Boca Raton, Fla., a veterinarian; March 21.

2006 | William Bovino CGS’06, Paoli, Pa., retired head of cataloging at Van Pelt Library; March 27.

2007 | Dr. Lisa Marino GM’07, Southampton, N.J., a physician; April 17.

2011 | Steven A. Gipson C’11, Atlanta, March 19.

Faculty & Staff

Dr. Stella Y. Botelho. See Class of 1940.

Dr. Hazel I. Holst. See Class of 1966.

Dr. Ralph A. Jessar. See Class of 1943.

Dr. Chaun-Kuo Lee. See Class of 1970.

Dr. Anna S. Lev-Toaff. See Class of 1986.

Dr. Benson B. Martin Jr. See Class of 1980.

Dr. Albert Nijenhuis, Seattle, professor emeritus of mathematics; Feb. 13. He joined the faculty as a professor in 1964 and took early retirement in 1987. He specialized in differential geometry and is known for the Nijenhuis tensor, which has applications to the theory of deformations.

Dr. William J. Tuddenham. See Class of 1950.

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