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Ruth Sloan Bugbee, DH’22, Sellersville, Pa., December 20, 1996.

Miriam Phillips, Ed’22, Paoli, Pa., a retired actress; October 24. She worked until 1986 when Alzheimer’s disease ended her 62-year career. She had earlier taught in the Philadelphia School District before catching the acting bug. For the next 30 years, she lived and worked at the Hedgerow Theatre in Rose Valley. In the 1950s, she also performed with numerous companies, including stints on Broadway with Melvyn Douglas and under the direction of Laurence Olivier. She had a 30-year relationship with the sculptor Wharton Esherick and became curator of the Wharton Esherick Museum after his death in 1970.

William Charlton, W’23, Miami, April 1978.

Lyman H. Houck, WEF’24, Wyomissing, Pa., 1991.

Dr. Thomas A. Johnson, C’25, M’29, Jenkintown, Pa., a retired gastroenterologist who had served on the faculty at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania; July 3. He also was on the staffs of the old Graduate Hospital, and Abington Memorial Hospital. 

David M. Liddle, W’25, Des Moines, September 20.

Robert W. Greenfield, C’26, L’30, Wyncote, Pa., a retired attorney; March 22, 1997.

Edith Seitchik Schleifer, Ed’26, G’32, Glenside, Pa., October 8, 1996.

Robert L. Franke, L’27, Johnstown, Pa., a retired attorney; March 2, 1997.

Emily Fitzroy Hanson, Ed’27, Mashpee, Mass., December 17, 1994. 

Howard M. Kirk Jr., W’27, New Castle, Pa., April 27, 1997.

Joseph N. Lacy, Ar’27, Keego Harbor, Mich., a retired architect who was a partner of Eero Saarinen in Bloomfield Hills; October 4.

Joseph E. Carney, ChE’28, Camp Hill, Pa., August 6.

Carl A. Focht, WEF’28, Shillington, Pa., October 30, 1995.

Charles W. Lehman, W’29, Eureka Springs, Ark., a retired insurance and investment counselor; May 21, 1997.

Dr. Donald F. Rikkers, M’29, Green Valley, Ariz., a physician; June 9.


Dr. David W. Crisman, Ch’30, V’37, Brookline, Mass., a retired veterinarian; October 24.

Ira D. Falkenstein, W’30, Cincinnati, a retired attorney; August 2, 1996. An accomplished violinist, and he had played with the Cincinnati Community Orchestra for over 25 years.

Gertrude F. Meighan, WEF’30, Scranton, Pa., July 29.

L. Guernsey Clark, W’31, Navesink, N.J., September 7.

Carl L. Feiss, FA’31, Gainesville, Fla., a retired architect and urban planner who helped create the Federal Historic Preservation Act of 1966, and the National Register of Historic Places; October 18. He was credited with elevating urban planning to a distinct discipline, and had aided in the historic preservation of Annapolis, Md., Alexandria, Va, Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga. He was director of the housing and planning division of the Columbia University School of Architecture before moving on to head the Denver planning commission. In 1950, he came to Washington as chief planner for what was then called “slum clearance,” and running programs that would later become the Department of Housing and Urban Development. He later was an independent consultant, and then returned to teaching at the University of Florida.

Irene Goodwin Geauque, Ed’31, Lansdowne, Pa., January 16, 1997.

Dr. Rolfe M. Harvey, M’31, Marietta, Ga., March 22, 1995.

Harris Sacks, W’31, Moncure, N.C., June 29.

Marion Woods Shuppas, Ed’31, Cherry Hill, N.J., September 16.

Jeannette C. Weiss, Ed’31, GEd’36, Lima, Pa., March 26, 1996.

W. Frank Bolster, W’32, Ephrata, Pa., a retired vice president of Farmers First Bank; July 11.

C. Stewart Lynn Jr., W’32, L’35, Swarthmore, Pa., a retired attorney; February 23, 1997.

Wilson T. M. Beale Jr., WG’33, Martinsburg, W. Va., a career diplomat who had served as the U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica in the late 1960s; August 23. He began his government career in 1936 as an economist for the U.S. Tariff Commission. After serving in the Office of Strategic Services in World War II, he joined the State Department. He went on to serve as senior inspector in the Foreign Service, as a minister for economic affairs at the U.S. Embassy in London, and as deputy assistant secretary for adminiatration. He later served as an administrator at the Washington National Cathedral.

Ferdinand S. Fowler, WEF’33, Wapwallopen, Pa., January 12, 1997.

Carl H. Knirk, W’33, Vero Beach, Fla., October 12.

Oscar J. Seltzer, C’33, Macon, Ga., September 1995.

Kenneth M. Stewart, W’33, Lantana, Fla., August 13.

Kenneth J. Weaver, W’33, Wilmington, Del., August 14.

William R. Duchanois, W’34, Cleveland, July 27, 1989.

Irvin J. Gruber, WEF’34, Hershey, Pa., a manager at the Hershey Chocolate Co.; April 10, 1997.

Dr. Harold I. Humphrey, M’34, Thousand Oaks, Calif., retired medical superintendent of Benjamin Franklin Tuberculosis Hospital and the tuberculosis controller for Franklin County, Ohio; August 31. He later served as an assistant clinical professor at Ohio State University Medical School. After Columbus, he moved to California, where he worked part-time as chief of the TB ward for Natividad Medical Association in Salinas.

Alan Mowat Sharpe, W’34, Lehigh Acres, Fla., September 14.

William H. Thornton Jr. WEv’34, W’40, L’43, Chula Vista, Calif., an attorney; June 10, 1996.

William A. Carey, W’35, Tempe, Ariz., March 2, 1997.

Henry M. Doughty, W’35, Sykesville, Md., September 9.

George C. Foust Jr., C’35, Huntingdon Valley, Pa., retired vice president of Towers, Perrin, Forster & Crosby, a consulting firm, where he had worked for 33 years; June 29. After retiring in 1971, he took up horticultural and environmental projects, completing study programs with Temple University and the Barnes Foundation.

Harry Rutherford Most Sr., L’35, retired president and general manager of the Philadelphia publishing company, W.B. Saunders Co.; July 6. Retiring in 1972 after working there for 35 years, he then served as president of the CBS Publishing Group in New York City, and later, chair of Holt Rinehart Winston. He lived most of his life at his family-owned Now and Then farm in Valley Forge, Pa.

John F. Neill, W’35, Vancouver, Wash., February 25, 1996.

Lester P. Fisher, W’36, Tampa, a certified advertising specialist and owner of Lester Fisher & Associates; October 31. He was was a past president of the Specialty Advertising Association of Florida.

Louis Sklaroff, W’36, Bala Cynwyd, Pa., September 9, 1996.

Naomi R. Anton, Ed’37, Media, Pa., October 4, 1990.

Jan L. Deelman, L’37, Reading, Pa., an attorney; May 25, 1997.

R. Max Mairs, W’37, Santa Rosa, Calif., October 15.

J. Alfred Thompson, W’37, Georgetown, Del., September 10.

Maj. John W. Wharton, C’37, Tokyo, July 2, 1978.

Frederick T. Bebbington, C’38, L’53, Yardley, Pa., an attorney; September 25.

Benjamin P. Berman, ME’38, Browns Mills, N.J., January 12, 1996.

John J. Collins, WEv’38, Mt. Laurel, N.J., February 4, 1997.

Dr. Wayne Y. H. Ho, GM’38, Redondo Beach, Calif., a physician; September 9, 1995.

William H. Loescher, C’38, Jenkintown, Pa., retired vice president and secretary of E. Clifford Durell & Son, building contractors; July 13.

Lipman Redman, C’38, L’41, Washington, D.C., a tax attorney who had been a founding partner of the law firm of Melrod, Redman & Gartlan; November 18. He was past chair of the American Bar Association’s tax section. He wrote the American Law Institute’s Practice and Procedure Before the Internal Revenue Service. Active in Jewish causes, he also served as general counsel of the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Washington, and chaired the Washington lawyers committee for the U.S. Holocaust Museum. He also had served on the board of overseers of Penn’s law school.

Louis A. Sullivan, WG’38, New Haven, Conn., February 8, 1997.

Theodore Vandenbeemt, WEv’38, Monkton, Md., an employee of W.B. Saunders Co., the Philadelphia publishing company; June 13, 1995.

Dr. Samuel M. Wilkes, M’38, Johnson City, Tenn., a physician; May 11, 1997.

Dr. Otto L. Gericke, GM’39, San Bernardino, Calif., a physician; June 20, 1994.

Sherwin T. McDowell, L’39, Lansdale, Pa., a retired attorney; July 22.


Dr. Norvin L. Casper, M’40, Bloomfield, Ky., June 15. 

Dr. David Harrison Garber, C’40, G’41, Oak Ridge, Tenn., retired program director at Oak Ridge Associated Universities; June 5. Earlier, he was a physics instructor at Stanford University and the University of Washington, and he had worked as a research physicist at Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory in Buffalo, N.Y. During the 1950s and 1960s, he worked in southern California as a space scientist in the aerospace industry at General Dynamics, McDonnell-Douglas, and Aeronutronic-Ford. In the 1970s, he worked as a science administrator for the National Academy of Sciences and the University of Minnesota at Duluth. After retiring in 1984, he was an active volunteer for the Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, and also a tax aid for the American Association of Retired Persons. 

Harriet B. Hutchison, Ar’40, Reseda, Calif., July 14.

Dr. Edward C. Norman, M’40, New Orleans, a physician; December 18, 1996.

Dr. Barney Spielholz, V’40, Springfield, N.J., a veterinarian; October 30.

Willard W. Woolbert, W’40, Lansdale, Pa., August 9. 

Emanuel A. Gaynor, W’41, Timonium, Md., retired president of the old Chesapeake Shoe Manufacturing Co., founded by his uncle in 1922, and which he later sold to Kinney Shoe Corp.; October 24.

David W. Gott, W’41, Lookout Mountain, Tenn., February 15, 1997.

Ann B. Harris, PSW’41, Honolulu, December 10, 1996.

Dr. Jesse J. Jenkins Jr., M’41, Fairmont, W. Va., a retired internist; March 22, 1997.

Edward L. Kilgus, W’41, Brockway, Pa., 1995.

Arnold L. Landesberg, WEv’41, Wynnewood, Pa., July 27.

Dr. John Zimmerman Mackenson, D’41, Westerville, Ohio, a retired orthodontist; July 14. He had a private practice in the Philadelphia area for about 20 years. During the 1950s and 1960s he was chief of dental staff at Taylor Hospital in Ridley Park, Pa.

Charles J. Moos, L’41, Cambridge, Mass., a retired attorney; September 11.

Harold J. Prager, W’41, Verona, N.J., April 24, 1997.

Robert L. Prall, WEF’41, Dunmore, Pa., September 21, 1996.

Margaret G. Snauffer, Ed’41, GEd’42, Fresno, Calif., a former Philadelphia school teacher; September 9.

Roscoe L. Strickland Jr., G’41, Murfreesboro, Tenn., retired professor of history at Middle Tennessee State University; September 29. President of Hillsborough Historic Society and of the Durham Historical Preservation Society, he had been the owner and restorer of the historic Hardscrabble Plantation.

Mollie Golub Weller, Ed’41, Oxford, Ohio, August 16, 1996. 

Loretta Marcacci Korostoff, CW’42, Philadelphia, a retired teacher in the Philadelphia public-school system; November 8. She had taught at Penn Treaty and Stetson Junior High Schools in the 1940s and 1950s, at Lamberton School in the 1980s, and later was a substitute teacher at Friends Central School, where her three daughters attended. Her entire family attended Penn, and survives her: Dr. Edward Korostoff, ChE’41, GMt’50, Gr’61, emeritus professor of restorative dentistry and material sciences and engineering, Dr. Lisa Korostoff Rooney, C’77, GEd’78, GrEd’90, Pamela Korostoff Thompson, W’78, and Heather Korostoff Murray, W’83, WG’88.

Edwin R. Shirey, W’42, Clearfield, Pa., April 17, 1997.

Dr. Reuben A. Zubrow, G’42, Boulder, Colo., emeritus professor of economics at the University of Colorado; October 24. A popular teacher, during his career from 1949 to 1992, he taught over 30,000 students and won every major teaching award at Colorado.

Nelson P. Hobdell Jr., C’43, Media, Pa., a retired chemical engineer; July 27. He had worked for the DuPont Co. for 47 years until his retirement in 1984.

Dr. Theodore T. Jacobs, GM’43, Clearwater, Fla., a retired thoracic surgeon and former president of Buffalo General Hospital; April 10, 1994.

Dr. Kenneth P. Lambert, M’43, Kutztown, Pa., a general practitioner for 46 years before retiring in 1991; November 7.

Dr. Frank W. Spicer, M’43, Duluth, Minn., November 1995.

Dr. Edwin B. Wilson Jr., C’43, M’45, Mineola, Tex., a retired internist who had practiced in Fort Worth for many years until his retirement in 1983; September 25.

Dr. Frank H. Coble, GM’44, Richmond, Ind., a physician; August 23, 1995. 

Marion L. Heathcock, GEd’44, Indianapolis, September 19, 1996.

Norman H. F. Heaven, W’44, Woodbury, Conn., a retired accountant; September 25.

Thaddeus D. P. Trott, W’44, Hamilton, Bermuda, October 14.

Dr. Stephen B. Langfeld, M’45, Fort Washington, Pa., October 26.

Glenna Walter Mars, Ed’45, Pittsburgh, April 26, 1997.

Frank E. Seletz, GEd’45, Media, Pa., September 10.

Dr. Humberto Guzman Acosta, C’46, D’51, Humacao, P.R., a dentist; July 6.

Dr. Paul F. Miner, GM’46, GM’55, Boise, Idaho, a physician; October 7.

Dr. Orazio J. De Santis, GM’46, Prescott, Ariz., a physician; November 23, 1995.

Dr. William J. Freeman, D’46, Los Angeles, a dentist; February 3, 1993.

Dr. James R. Wright, GM’46, Raleigh, N.C., a retired physician who had served as president of the Wake County Medical Society and the Raleigh Academy of Medicine; September 11.

Dr. Henry L. Sloan Jr., M’47, Charlotte, N.C., a physician; June 26.

Roy B. Lovejoy, W’48, Norristown, Pa., September 21.

Matthew W. O’Malley Jr., WEv’48, Trenton, N.J., a retired sales service manager for the Thiokol Chemical Corp. and later, C-E Glass; November.

George Pow Jr., WG’48, Bay Village, Ohio, December 10, 1996.

Henry G. Schaefer Jr., C’48, L’51, Fort Washington, Pa., an attorney; September 5.

Ralph H. Skinner Jr., L’48, Moorestown, N.J., an attorney; September 17.

Dr. Roger M. Winborne Jr., M’48, Roanoke, Va., a physician; December 19, 1996.

Raffaele E. Lamborghini, Ar’49, North Providence, R.I., an architect for more than 40 years; September 27. He was a past president of the Rhode Island chapter of the American Institute of Architects.

Dr. Carlo Nocka, G’49, Ridgewood, N.J., July 6.

Dr. Robert Ray, GM’49, San Diego, a physician; June 10.

John D. Reed, W’49, Palm Beach, Fla., August 2, 1995.

Dr. Robert E. Reuman, Gr’49, Waterville, Maine, August 29.

Dr. Phyllis Allen Richmond, Gr’49, Mayfield Heights, Ohio, emeritus professor and a former dean of library and information-services at Case Western Reserve University who was internationally known as an expert on library classification; October 6. She had worked at the Rochester Museum in the 1940s, became a research assistant at Johns Hopkins, and later served as a librarian at the University of Rochester. In 1968, she began teaching at Syracuse University before going to Case Western. She was also a visiting professor at UCLA and Columbia Universities. She wrote the introduction to Precis for North American Usage,which described the indexing system developed for the British National Bibliography. She served on editorial boards of library-research organizations and received the Award of Merit from the American Society of Information Science.

Louise M. Teoli, Ed’49, Wilmington, Del., December 26, 1996.

Melba Kutz Watkins, GEd’49, Bakersfield, Calif., August 1995.


Cecil C. Burton, GEd’50, Annapolis, Md., first director of public housing for the Annapolis Housing Authority; October 26. He taught physical education and biology before becoming a principal, and later, a guidance counselor. He initiated several educational programs for youth, started a basketball league. He was an officer with the NAACP and the Maryland Retired Teachers Association, which presented him with an award in 1989 for his active community service. After retiring, he established and managed a real estate firm.

Dwight L. Crockett Jr., WG’50, Port Saint Lucie, Fla., October 31, 1996.

Rose M. Dewever, WG’50, Jefferson City, Mo., April 16, 1995.

Robert S. Ford, C’50, Sparks, Md., retired division manager for J.S. Fusting & Co., a marketing firm; September 1997.

John F. Maguire, WEv’50, Philadelphia, January 25, 1997

Charles M. Phinny, C’50, Pleasanton, Calif., February 28, 1997.

Kyle W. Bunch Jr., FA/GFA’51, Pueblo, Colo., an oil painter who had also taught in local public schools; September 4.

James E. Damico, C’51, Atlantic City, N.J., January 1, 1996.

Harry L. Hutchison Jr., GEd’51, West Chester, Pa., May 17, 1997.

Lester H. Wentling, GEd’51, West Reading, Pa., July 1.

Dr. Jerome D. Gross, GM’52, Chicago, a surgeon; September 20, 1996.

George K. Harris Jr., WEv’52, Willow Street, Pa., March 15, 1997.

Dr. Prescott L. Marsh, D’52, Rangeley, Maine, a dentist; October 10.

Roy A. Parlini, C’52, Amityville, N.Y., October 5.

Margaret Higgins Shea, Nu’52, Clearwater, Fla., March 3, 1995.

James J. Weisbart, C’52, Contoocook, N.H., a clothing-store owner in Concord, known as “the Mayor of Main Street” for his efforts to revitalize the shopping district there; September 23. He had moved to Concord in 1972, after practicing law and running a messenger service in New York City.

Dr. Lewis D. Anderson, M’53, Dauphin Island, Ala., a physician; October 18.

Dr. Philip G. Buehler, C’53, Gr’68, Philadelphia, an emeritus associate professor of English at Drexel University; October 29.

Joseph A. Chambeau, GEd’53, Sicklerville, N.J., March 11, 1991.

Richard N. Irmas, WG’53, Carmel, Calif., March 22, 1997.

Byron M. Robinson, GME’53, Ambler, Pa., February 11, 1997.

Edward N. Banks, G’54, Pasco, Wash., August 23.

Dr. Guy J. C. Gelinas, GM’54, Trois Rivieres, Quebec, a physician; August 11.

Dr. Daniel B. Gesenway, C’54, Philadelphia, clinical professor of psychiatry at Thomas Jefferson University and a clinical asssociate professor of psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania; May 14, 1997. He had also served as staff psychiatrist at the VA medical center in West Philadelphia. He also served on the faculty of the Institute of the Philadelphia Association of Psychoanalysis. One course of his, Psychoanalytic Psychiatry for Lawyers, was so popular that the American Law Institute of the ABA published it as a book in 1982. His “A Conceptual Index to the English Standard Edition of Freud” was in corporated in A Guide to the Language of Psychoanalysis (1993).

James H. Ray, G’54, Elmsford, N.Y., November 9, 1996.

Mary A. Aldinger, Nu’55, Cherry Hill, N.J., October 14, 1996.

Dr. Robert S. Baldwin, D’55, Queenstown, Md., a dentist; September 30.

Frank C. McNamee, WEv’55, Sparks, Md., former president and CEO of All Brite, Inc., a commercial and residential cleaning service until his retirement in 1986; November 3. Previously, he was a salesman for the Pennsylvania Railroad, and later, Columbia International of New York.

Leonard Rochlis, EE’55, Stamford, Conn., September 10.

Ronald L. Segal, W’55, Columbia, S.C., December 25, 1995.

Walter N. Tait, W’55, Oaklyn, N.J., a retired insurance executive; March 8, 1997.

Robert F. Engelhardt, C’56, Cinnaminson, N.J., a retired human-resources manager at Rohm & Haas; May 20, 1997.

Michael Hubik, WEv’56, Wilmington, Del., April 19, 1997.

William P. Overman, W’56, New York City, principal of the New York City investment-banking and brokerage firm of Neuberger & Berman; September 21.

Rita Szybist Reichard, Nu’56, Dresher, Pa.

Frederick T. Sutton Jr., WG’56, Avon, Conn., May 28, 1997.

Gene E. Jackson, WG’57, Stamford, Conn., October 2.

Capt. C. A. Leavens Allen, C’59, Houston, October 17.

William Moffett, WEv’59, Cherry Hill, N.J., July 9, 1996.

George K. Wible, WEv’57, CGS’59, Richboro, Pa., April 3, 1997.


Alfred D. Goldman, W’61, Oklahoma City, October 27.

Mary A. Holland, Nu’61, GNu’64, Tuckerton, N.J., November 1989.

Norman G. Turley, WG’61, Hockessin, Del., March 15, 1996.

Robert J. Hartsfield, GFA’62, Houston, September 2, 1995.

Carol Gareis Karmick, DH’62, York, Pa., December 13, 1995.

Donald R. Akerblom, WG’63, Leander, Tex., November 26, 1996.

Dr. Russell C. Leaf, Gr’65, New Brunswick, N.J., professor of psychology at Rutgers University; September 25. His interest in clinical psychology included therapeutic outcomes, placebo effects, and personality disorders. In 1993, he published “Control, volition, and the ‘experimental method’,” which analyzed the foundations of psychological research. His last manuscript, completed just prior to his death, was a critique of The Bell Curve. Prior to joining Rutgers, he had taught psychology and biology at Wesleyan University. From 1984 to 1988, he was director of clinical evaluation and a part-time staff therapist at the Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy in New York City. Until declining health forced him to resign, he was a committeeman for Princeton Township, N.J.

Dr. Stephen C. Grebe, C’67, Washington, D.C., emeritus professor and former chair of biology at the American University; September 29. An authority on medical ethics and alternative medicine, he had earlier served as a postdoctoral fellow in immunology at the Naval Medical Research Institute in Bethesda. He was an ordained minister at Peace Community Church in Bethesda, Md., and was active in local theater groups.

Edwin C. Jones Jr., WEv’67, Thorofore, N.J., April 30, 1997.

Robert J. Kirby, W’67, Berwyn, Pa., senior vice president of Greenwich Partners, Inc., in Philadelphia; May 28, 1997.

Dr. Vernon J. Brightman, D’68, Merion, Pa., professor of oral medicine at the University and director of the Page Oral Medicine Diagnostic Laboratory; October 17.

Lillian Dickinson, CGS’68, Fayetteville, Ark., June 23, 1996.

John M. Fitzgerald, SW’68, Jermyn, Pa., May 13, 1997.

Edwin Donnell Meeks Jr., CGS’68, Colonial Heights, Va., an instrumentation engineer for Dey & Zimmerman; November 4, 1993.

Charles F. McGurgan, WEv’69, Wilmington, Del, August 25.

Benjamin F. Watson Jr., GEd’69, Westmont, N.J., September 6.


Harry E. Weaver, WG’70, Leola, Pa., September 29.

Martin C. Hoppe, WG’72, Duluth, Ga., September 12.

Leonard P. Russell, WEv’75, Palermo, N.J., September 19.


Dr. Janice Antoine Lumpkin, GCh’84, Gr’88, Columbia, Md., professor of chemical and biochemical engineering at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County; October 21. After working as an engineer at Standard Oil, she left to pursue teaching in part because of the lack of African American teachers during her own education. A popular professor, she was voted Outstanding Teacher for the College of Engineering for three years in a row. She was an adviser to academic-merit scholars from underrepresented groups and the Society of Women Engineers. Her interest in education, however, was not confined to the collegiate level; she conducted many demonstrations for local elementary and high schools, and chaired a science and mathematics curriculum for a local private elementary school. Because of her interest in science education for K-12 students, she served for three years on the Scientific Advisory Board for the U.S. Department of Education. Beyond teaching, she also pursued research interests involving the stability of therapeutic biomolecules. She applied her strength in mathematics to predict protein degradation, important for stability in many therapeutic products.

Ellen Gesenway, C’85, Philadelphia, an artist, environmentalist, and entrepreneur; March 28, 1997, of a brain tumor. For the last eight years of her life, she was most at home in the Beartooth Mountains on Montana, where she was active in the the Beartooth Alliance’s successful campaign to stop the Crown Butte gold mine. A knitter and needlework artist, she made sweaters that incorporated scenes of Montana. And she had run a greeenhouse business near Boseman, that supplied fresh herbs to nearby restaurants, and managed a tree nursey and sod farm in Spring Hill.

Hiep Q. Nguyen, EAS’86, Springfield, Pa., February 21, 1997.


Tracy Lochli Schrader, Nu’90, Voorhees, N.J., July 28, from a heart attack.

Ignacio C. Pereda, WEv’90, Buenos Aires, June 30.

Joshua D. Kurland, C’95, Columbia, Md., October 14. He had been accepted for study at the Mannes School of Music in New York City.

Faculty & Staff

Dr. Vernon J. Brightman. See Class of 1968.

Dr. Daniel B. Gesenway. See Class of 1954.

Dr. Thomas A. Johnson, Class of 1925.

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