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(2009 unless otherwise noted)
’83 and Aviva Weintraub (Cornell), Aug. 20, 2008
’86 and Michelle Duncan, Dec. 24, 2008.
’89 and Kinga Krisko, Nov. 15, 2008
’89 and Douglas Steinbrech (Univ. of Iowa), Aug. 19, 2008
’95 and Douglas Ellis (Williams College), May 10, 2008
’98 and Titus Queen (Ole Miss), Jan. 31
’98 and James Robinson, Jan. 24
’00 and Blake Mumby (Univ. of VT), April 11
’00 and Julie Doherty (Providence College), Sept. 27, 2008
’00 and Britany Foster (Univ. of NC), Aug. 30, 2008
’00 and Clifford Katz, June 14, 2008
’01 and Erin McAfee, June 14, 2008
’01 and Jon Hammack (Univ. of WA), June 14, 2008
’02 and Saya Otsubo ’02, Oct. 11, 2008
’02 and Nicole Flowers ’02, Sept. 6, 2008
’02 and Yaeka Katsuta ’02, Aug. 9, 2008
’03 and Conway Walthew ’03, March 14
’04 and Andrew Galvin, Sept. 6, 2008
’04 and Anne Holzberg (Univ. of MD), Dec. 28, 2008
Robert (Will) Cathcart
’05 and Christine Aguinaldo
’05, Aug. 16, 2008
’05 and Gustavo Valdiviezo, March 19, 2008
Births & Adoptions
(2009 unless otherwise noted)
To Robert McMahon
’81 and Fenton: Robert William III ‘Liam,’ Aug. 25, 2008
To Jean-Pierre Conte
’85 and Martha: Sophie Isabella, Jan. 17
To Dale Bryk
’87 and Jonathan Weidlinger: Julian, May 20, 2008
To Andrew Gatt
’90 and Julia Tarasova: Gregory William, Sept. 13, 2008, joining
To Tim and Christina Lyndrup
’90 Farrell: Brenden Mark, Aug. 1, 2008
To Gus Coldebella
’91 and Heather: Tenley, Feb. 2
To Edward and Stacy Veitch
’91 Wright: Sadie Maeve, April 9, joining Norah
To Richard Burke
’92 and Jacqueline: Christian Karol, Nov. 10, 2008, joining Auggie,
Cal, and Reid
’92 and Tiffany Ullrich ’94 McLaud: Theodore Charles
‘Teddy,’ Dec. 1,
2008, joining James and Collyer
To Douglas Barnes
’93 and Katrina: Robert Douglas, April 21
To W. Price Roe
’93 and Peg: William Rush, Sept. 26, 2008
To Andy Antrobus
’94 and Nancy: Grant Hamilton, Feb. 16, joining Ellie
To Chris Snow
’94 and Rachel: Emma and Hannah, March 31, joining Connor
To Tim and Carlie Wakeman
’94 Hornbrook: Gordon Burr, July 18, 2008, joining Alistair
’94 and Sarah Todd ’96 Weinstein: Alexandra Ryan, Dec.
31, 2008, joining Natalie
’94 and Molly Foran ’96 Yurchak: Sascha Peter, Sept.
To Taragh and Barbara Clopper
’95 Mulvany: John Elliott, March 18
To Jeffrey Fivecoat
’95 and Laura: Luke, June 7, 2008
’95 and Elizabeth Voneiff Paternotte: Jack, Aug. 19, 2008
’95 and Lorna Gordon ’95 Zajack: Hazel Cameron, June
To Ryan Brown
’96 and Amy: Charlotte Cassidy, April 7
To Jodi Cohen
’96 and Jennifer Raymond: Beatrix Eileen, Nov. 8, 2008
’96 and Kelly Rodden ’01 DiBlasi: Alexandra Violet, Nov.
To Christopher Johnson
’96 and Amy: Lorelei, Sept. 11, 2008
To Joshua Liberman
’96 and Lindy: Leah Maeve, June 21, 2008, joining Hannah
To Rose Stanzione
’96 and Vincent Milano: Layla Rose, Sept. 2008
To Heather DiGiacomo
’97 and Jamie Trueblood: Nathan Emerson, Oct. 17, 2008
To Mark and Kate Johnston
’97 Reed: Margaret Hope, Sept. 12, 2008
To Curtis and Amy McKnight
’97 Fazen: Madeline, Sept. 29, 2008
To John and Megan Ochampaugh
’97 Frank: Hutchinson James, Aug. 5, 2008
To Mitch and Lisen Connery
’98 Syp: Filippa Ruth, Jan. 13
To Ella Esente
’98 and Gian Luca Montenuovo: Elisa, Dec. 15, 2008, joining Luca
’98 and Jamie Kohn ’98 Gersch: Noah Jacob, Feb. 20, joining
To Michael Remey
’98 and Aimee: Greyson Pryce, Nov. 30, 2008
To Jeffrey and Pamela Weiss
’98 Caldara: Nealie Bess, Feb. 27, joining Parker
’99 and Katie Raisio ’99 Abstoss: Archibald Friedrich
‘Archie,’ Jan. 8, joining Lisl and Adelaide
’99 and Ashley Haines ’01 Bastow: Hannah Lynn, Oct. 13,
To Michael Evans
’99 and Manjiri: Nareen Michael, Dec. 11, 2008
’99 and Heather Ferina ’99 Hendrick: Caleigh Ferina,
March 2, joining Cole
’99 and Emily Martin ’99 Potts: Violet Elizabeth, Dec.
’00 and Jennifer Lemanski
’00 Monaco: Katherine, Jan. 16
To Matt Price
’01 and Adrienne: Anna Virginia, Nov. 30, 2008
’02 and Kristin VanValkenburg
’02 Sullivan: Eamon Timothy, March 13
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Benjamin R. Katz ’73
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Daniel P. Hagerman ’85
James S. Green ’91
Shasheen P. Shah ’92
Lovelace H. Cann ’95
Craig H. Drummond ’96
Elizabeth J. Tenney ’98
Monte L. Wilson ’98
Eric M. Zagorsky ’02
Maurice J. Bowers ’03
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honorary degree recipients, and staff members and others whom the editors
determine would be well known to alumni.
Raymond F. Spanjer
’32, February 11, 2009. Sigma Nu, Maroon Key, cross country, track.
DO, Philadelphia College of Osteopathy, 1936; MD, New York Medical College,
1940. He practiced medicine for 33 years until retirement. He was predeceased
by his wife, Grace, and cousin Carl Bjorncrantz ’29. He is survived
by 4 sons, grandchildren, and a sister.
Carl E. McAllister
’35, February 15, 2009. Austen Colgate Scholar, marching band,
concert orchestra. US Army, 1944-1946. As a pastor with the American
Baptist Church, his pastorates included Chicago; Janesville, Wis.; Whitefish
Bay, Wis.; Lewiston, Maine; and Newark, Ohio. He was pastor emeritus
of First Baptist Church, Newark. Following retirement in 1978, he filled
14 interim pastorates in Ohio, Illinois, and Idaho. He is survived by
his wife, Hazel, 2 sons, a daughter, 4 grandchildren, and several nieces
James K. Dittrich
’36, March 28, 2009. Sigma Nu. After graduation, he became treasurer
of his family’s motion picture business in Endicott, N.Y., and managed
The Cinema. He was predeceased by his wife, Helen, brothers Franklin
’31 and B. Worth ’34, and a son. He is survived by his son J. Kimm
’69, brother Robert ’48, 3 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren,
and many nieces and nephews.
Thomas W. Kennedy
’40, February 14, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon. US Navy. MEd, American
University. After 27 years in the Navy, he retired from Naval Air Systems
Command in Washington, D.C., as a commander. In 1968, he moved his family
to Winter Park, Fla., to teach high school American/English literature
until he retired in 1977. He is survived by his wife, Mary, 4 sons,
and 6 granddaughters.
John P. Morrell
’40, January 21, 2009. Phi Delta Theta, Maroon Key, Masque and
Triangle, boxing, debate, golf, marching band, swimming. US Army, WWII.
He was the owner and general manager of dry cleaning plants as well
as president of Morrell Manufacturing, which made fork lifts. From 1960-1963,
he worked for New England Mutual Life. He then founded Executive Financial
Planning, and finally, was owner and general manager of Charlotte Tennis
Club before retiring. He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Margaret,
a son and daughter-in-law, and 2 grandchildren.
Paul B. White
’40, February 11, 2009. Beta Theta Pi, Salmagundi, football,
track. After graduating, he was drafted by local industrialists to run
a shell factory for the war effort. Following the war, he and a business
partner opened a hardware store, which expanded into sports equipment.
Later, he was a representative for a ski equipment importer and supplied
ski shops in northern New York. He was predeceased by his wife, Linda.
He is survived by a daughter, 2 sons, a stepson, his sister, and numerous
nieces and nephews.
Lawrence H. Gerson Jr.
’41, February 16, 2009. Phi Kappa Psi, golf. U.S. Navy, 1943-1945.
Before retirement, he was a personnel administrator at Case-Western
Reserve University. He is survived by his wife, Diane, a daughter, a
son, 3 stepchildren, and 9 nieces and nephews.
Donald C. Adams
’42, February 19, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Beta Kappa, Konosioni,
chorus, soccer, tennis. U.S. Navy, 1942-1945. He had a 33-year career
in advertising with Proctor & Gamble. He is survived by his wife,
Louise, 3 daughters, 5 sons, a sister and her 3 children, 20 grandchildren,
and 14 great-grandchildren.
Lincoln H. Hascall Jr.
’42, February 1, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, track, cross country.
US Coast Guard, WWII. He worked for the family tire business for 13
years. He then taught science at South Portland (Maine) High School
for 25 years as well as coached its track team. His great-great-great-grandfather
was Daniel Hascall, a founder of Colgate. He was predeceased by his
wife, Florence. He is survived by 3 sons, a daughter, 6 grandchildren,
and 2 great-grandchildren.
Stuart S. Lister
’42, June 23, 2005. Phi Delta Theta, hockey. US Military. He was
president of Starkweather & Williams, Inc. and then became a salesman
for Bancroft Sporting Goods Co. He was predeceased by his wife, Martha,
and brother Robert ’39. He is survived by nephew Stephen ’68.
Robert Warren Beitz
’43, February 5, 2009. Phi Beta Kappa, Commons Club, Maroon,
Austen Colgate Scholar, President’s Scholar, Washington, DC, Study
Group, Christian Association, international relations club, glee club,
debate club, student government, track. US Navy, WWII. He began his
career with National Gypsum Co., and worked there in sales until retirement.
He was predeceased by his uncle Lester ’17, and brothers Richard ’38
and Donald ’39. He is survived by his wife of 50 years, Althea, 5
daughters, 13 grandchildren, and nephews Kenneth ’75 and Charles R.
Charles F. Feuerbach
’43, December 28, 2008. Alpha Tau Omega, chorus, golf, outing
club, ski club, soccer. US Army. He spent several years as an agent
with Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance and then started his own financial
planning company. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, a daughter, and
Harry G. Huberth Jr.
’43, March 22, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, soccer, tennis. US Army,
WWII; Silver Star, 2 Bronze Stars, 2 Purple Hearts, and the Croix de
Guerre. Ending his lengthy career in real estate, he retired in 1989
as chairman of the firm Huberth and Peters, Inc. He is survived by his
wife of 30 years, Susan, a son, 2 daughters, 2 stepdaughters, and 5
Robert H. Bentley
’44, February 5, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon, track, cross country.
US Army; Purple Heart. MS, SUNY College Brockport, 1970. After more
than 20 years with the US military, he retired as a major. He then became
a teacher and counselor at the Youth Center School at Rochester State
Hospital. He was predeceased by his first wife and a sister. He is survived
by his wife, Virginia, a daughter, a son, 3 stepchildren, 6 grandchildren,
3 great-grandchildren, a brother, a sister, and several nieces and nephews.
M. Roy London Jr.
’45, March 20, 2009. Sigma Chi, Maroon, Austen Colgate
Scholar, Pan-Hellenic Council, basketball, student government, international
relations club. He worked for Fairfield & Ellis Marine Insurance
in Boston for 25 years. He then was president of Customhouse Marine
in Boston. Additionally, he taught at Northeastern University. He was
predeceased by his wife of 50 years, Eleanor. He is survived by a cousin,
a sister-in-law, a brother-in-law, a niece, and 2 nephews.
Joseph F. Roller
’45, January 29, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon. US Army Air Corps,
WWII. He was the owner of Joseph Roller Leather Co. until retirement.
He was predeceased by his wife, Elsie, and a daughter. He is survived
by his son and daughter-in-law, grandchildren, great-grandchildren,
his brother, and many cousins.
James T. Squires
’45, January 27, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, Konosioni, Masque &
Triangle, Maroon Key, chorus, marching band, track. US Army. He was
a retired salesman, having worked for several airlines. He is survived
by 7 cousins.
Alexander C. Vehring Jr.
’45, February 25, 2009. Phi Delta Theta. US Navy, 1942-1946. He
worked in sales for several companies including Southeastern Cottons
Inc., Woodward Baldwin & Co. Inc., and Merrill Lynch. He is survived
by his wife, Elizabeth, 2 daughters, and a son.
Cecil C. Gamwell III
’46, April 7, 2009. US Navy, WWII. He had a more than 50-year
career with American International Group, retiring as director of group
insurance. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, 5 children including
sons C. Calvert IV ’71 and Peter ’76, 13 grandchildren, and 2 sisters.
Richard M. Hannah
’46, June 5, 2008. Beta Theta Pi. US Military, Korean War. Yale
University: BS, 1945; MD, 1948. He spent most of his career in internal
medicine at Kaiser Hospital in Vallejo, Calif. He is survived by his
wife of 57 years, Alice, 6 children, 5 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.
Andrew V. Marusak Jr.
’46, January 10, 2009. Phi Delta Theta, Dean’s List, Banter,
soccer, swimming. US Marine Corps, WWII, Korea, Vietnam; Bronze Star,
Gold Star. MA, Stanford University. After retiring from the military,
he worked for the University of Oklahoma for 20 years. He was predeceased
by his first wife, a daughter, 2 brothers, and 3 sisters. He is survived
by his wife Barbara, a son, 2 stepdaughters, 2 stepsons, a sister, 14
grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren.
’46, January 20, 2009. US Army, WWII; Bronze Star. Upon returning
from the war, he was on the Olympic Ski Squad and established ski resorts
in CO and VT. He also was head of Bud Phillips Ski School at Mad River
Glen, and instructed skiing at Sugarbush Glen Elen. Additionally, he
owned Dipsy Doodle nightclub and Captain Bud Phillips Charter Fishing
Boats. He was predeceased by 2 sons. He is survived by his wife, Andrea,
4 children, 4 grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, nieces, nephews,
and a brother.
James L. Wiswall
’48, March 24, 2009. Theta Chi, Banter, football. US Merchant
Marine, 1945-1946; US Army, 1950-1952. He was a sales representative
and then sales manager at Union Carbide Corp. until retiring. He was
predeceased by his wife, Margaret, father Charles L. 1915, and brother
Charles G. ’46. He is survived by 3 daughters, 2 sons, and nephews
C. Gilbert ’73 and J. Stuart ’78.
M. Richard Andrews
’49, March 26, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Maroon, Alumni
Corporation Board of Directors 1985-1988, Maroon Citation 1989. US Army,
WWII. After graduation, he moved to Denver and began his real estate
career with the Frederick Ross Co. He then started Andrews & Co.,
through which he developed several notable communities. He was predeceased
by his father, M. Morris 1917, and uncle George ’25. He is survived
by his wife, Barbara, 3 sons including Miles ’76, daughter Barrie
’83, daughter-in-law Jomarie ’76, a sister, and 10 grandchildren.
Robert L. Smith
’49, February 26, 2009. Sigma Nu. US Army, 1943-1945; Bronze Star.
Before retiring, he was the owner and operator of Robert L. Smith Co.,
a personnel consulting business. He was predeceased by his father, Gilbert
’15. He is survived by his wife, Annette, son Robert Jr. ’75, and
William C. Helms
’50, May 2, 2008. Phi Kappa Tau. US Naval Reserves, 1943-1945.
BPA, Art Center School, 1949. A photographer, he owned a photographic
illustration business in New York City for many years. He is survived
by his wife, Carol, and their children.
Norman W. Keller
’50, October 30, 2008. Sigma Nu, Chi Pi Mu, Dean’s List, Newman
Club, tennis. US Merchant Marines. MD, Cornell University, 1954. He
was a retired physician. He is survived by his wife, Helen, 9 children,
and 26 grandchildren.
Zack Taylor Jr.
’51, January 17, 2009. Beta Theta Pi, Masque and Triangle, chorus,
soccer, band. US Army. In addition to his 30-year career as the boats
and travel editor of Sports Afield magazine, he authored several
books on waterfowling and boating. The former director of the Outdoor
Writers’ Association, he also received numerous awards for excellence
in outdoor journalism. He is survived by his wife, Melissa, 2 daughters,
a son, and 5 grandchildren.
Donald E. Williams
’51, December 18, 2008. Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Beta Kappa, Maroon,
Austen Colgate Scholar, Lawrence Chemistry Prize, German club, chess
club, astronomy club. Princeton University: MA, 1954; PhD, 1957. His
career in pharmaceutical management including working at Merck Research
Laboratories, Bristol Laboratories, and Technicon Corp. He was predeceased
by his uncles William Magavern ’18, Willard Magavern ’24, and R.
Dunbar Hausauer ’25. He is survived by his wife, Sarah, son Donald
Jr. ’79, 2 daughters including Mary Gospe ’77, daughter-in-law Victoria
Williams ’79, and cousin William Magavern ’48.
W. Richard Kern
’52, February 9, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon, football, lacrosse,
sailing. US Army. He was honorably discharged as a first lieutenant
while working in Washington, D.C., for the National Security Agency.
He then took over his father’s food brokerage company in Philadelphia.
After selling his interest in that company, he was president of several
other companies, including Mead Johnson Nutritionals and ECKO, until
retiring in 1994. He is survived by his wife, Anne, 3 sons including
John ’76 and David ’83, 2 brothers, and 8 grandchildren.
Thomas H. Ohlweiler Jr.
’52, January 20, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, Konosioni, Maroon Key,
Masque and Triangle, chorus, economics club, hockey. US Army, 1946-1948.
In his early career, he worked in investment banking for Kidder, Peabody
& Co. He then joined the computer division of Florida National Group
of Banks, from which he later retired. He is survived by his wife, Carol,
and a son.
Donald W. Veit
’52, December 7, 2008. Phi Delta Theta, student government, economics
club, psychology club, football. US Marine Corps, 1946-1948. He worked
for many years at Hoppin, Watson, Inc., first as an account representative
and later as senior vice president. He was predeceased by his wife,
Jean. He is survived by 2 daughters and their families.
James M. Beverley Jr.
’53, March 3, 2009. Kappa Delta Rho, Salmagundi. His career
in the brokerage business lasted 44 years. In 1955, he joined Foster
and Adams in Troy, N.Y., later becoming partner. He was then associated
with G.A. Saxton and E.F. Hutton, and retired in 1999 from Smith Barney.
He is survived by his wife, Agnes, a son, a daughter, and many nieces
Edward P. Dugan MA’53,
February 8, 2009. US Army, WWII. BA, Holy Cross, 1950. He began teaching
social studies at Martin H. Glynn School in Valatie, NY, for a year
and then returned to his hometown school, Gloversville High, to teach
American history. In 1962, he became a stock broker and sales representative.
He then returned to education, becoming a junior high guidance counselor
in 1969 until retirement in 1987. He also owned and operated an advertising
sales distribution business. He was predeceased by a brother. He is
survived by his wife, Sieglinde, 4 sons, 5 daughters, 12 grandchildren,
a great-granddaughter, 2 sisters, nieces, and nephews.
Seymour L. Ellison
’53, January 17, 2009. Kappa Delta Rho, Pi Delta Epsilon, Konosioni,
Maroon Key, Hillel, Salmagundi, FOCUS, Bridge Club, student government.
US Army JAG Corps, 1957-1960. JD, Boston University, 1956. A retired
attorney, he was a partner in the San Francisco law firm of Melvin Belli.
He was predeceased by his wife, Suzanne. He is survived by a son, daughter,
Frank W. Getman
’53, April 8, 2009. Delta Upsilon, baseball, hockey, outing club,
Maroon Council 2001. US Marine Corps. LLB, Albany Law School, 1958.
After earning his law degree, he returned to his hometown of Oneonta,
NY, where he served as assistant district attorney and then court judge
for 20 years. He then maintained a law practice with his eldest son.
He was predeceased by his wife, Maggie, and a brother. He is survived
by a daughter, 3 sons including Michael ’80, 3 daughters-in-law, 11
grandchildren, a sister-in-law, 2 nephews, and a niece.
Charles W. Green MA’53,
April 12, 2008. BA, Clarion State Teachers College, 1948. Retired, he
was a senior counselor at Guilford (Ill.) High School and had previously
taught at East Rockford Senior High School. He is survived by his wife,
Mabel, 2 daughters, and a son.
Peter B. Edmonds
’54, November 19, 2008. Phi Kappa Psi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Banter,
student government, hockey, sailing, soccer. MA, Princeton University,
1957. He spent many years working for the U.S. Departments of State
and Commerce in the Middle East, where he served in Afghanistan, Iran,
Lebanon, and Egypt. Afterward, he continued working in the Middle East,
mainly in the medical services field. He is survived by his wife, Nancy,
4 daughters including Deborah Edmonds ’84 Carrier, and son-in-law
James W. Carrier ’84.
’54, February 26, 2009. Tau Kappa Epsilon, WRCU, Banter,
chorus, outing club, sailing club. US Air National Guard. He was a real
estate developer with long-term projects in New England. He is survived
by 3 sons, 2 sisters, and a brother.
James V. Voss
’54, July 9, 2008. Sigma Chi, Pi Delta Epsilon, Maroon Key,
Banter, student government, golf. LLB, University of Pittsburgh,
1957. He worked as an attorney for many years. He is survived by his
wife, Susan, and 3 children.
J. Thomas Hossley Jr.
’55, October 8, 2008. Sigma Nu, ROTC, student government, baseball,
football, track, outing club, sailing. US Air Force, 1955-1958. He spent
many years as a salesman for Jabel Inc. until retirement. He then was
the innkeeper of a bed and breakfast. He was predeceased by his wife,
Bethanne. He is survived by 2 sons, a daughter, and their families.
Philip T. Paris
’56, January 21, 2009. Phi Delta Theta, basketball, soccer. JD,
Syracuse University, 1961. During his 47 years of living in Phoenix,
he maintained a law practice, representing insurance companies and working
with the Arizona Departments of Insurance. He was predeceased by his
wife, Lois, a brother, and a sister. He is survived by 3 sons, a daughter,
6 grandchildren, and a brother.
John M. Rust
’56, January 26, 2009. Phi Kappa Tau, Delta Sigma Rho, Mu Pi Delta,
National Alumni Memorial Scholar, Maroon Key, Konosioni, Economics Study
Group, Young Republican Club, student government, marching and pep band,
glee club, debate, economics club. US Army, 1957-1959. MS, Columbia
University, 1960. He worked for Mobil Oil Corp. for many years and then
was president of JMR Enterprises Inc. He is survived by his wife, Pat,
and 2 sons.
Donald H. Barker
’57, February 3, 2009. Lambda Chi Alpha, Maroon, Banter,
wrestling, football, boxing, chorus. US Marine Corps. He worked as a
project manager and also was a published author of children’s stories.
Frank J. Solana
’57, March 5, 2009. Phi Delta Theta, ROTC, football, wrestling.
US Air Force. He had a 20-year career in the Air Force as a criminal
investigator, serving all over the world. As a lt. colonel, he received
his fourth Meritorious Service Medal as commander of the Office of Special
Investigations from 1974-1978. He then retired and dedicated himself
to volunteer work. He is survived by his wife, Mercedes, 3 sons, a daughter,
a brother, 2 sisters, and 9 grandchildren.
Stacy C. Campbell
’58, April 2, 2009. Delta Upsilon, Maroon, basketball,
student government, economics club. MBA, Northwestern University. He
had a long career in banking, becoming an investment advisor in later
years. He was predeceased by his father, Stacy ’35. He is survived
by his wife, Judith, 4 sons including Clint ’83, 2 daughters, and
Charles I. Norris
’60, September 25, 2008. US Navy. MAT, Reed College, 1971. He
worked in education and research at the University of Rhode Island.
He was predeceased by his brother, James ’61. He is survived by his
wife, Susan, a daughter, and a son.
David B. Eastlake
’62, April 12, 2009. Phi Kappa Tau, freshman council. US Army
Intelligence Corps. He had a career in hotel management but expressed
himself artistically as a photographer and wood craftsman. He is survived
by his wife, Ann, 2 sons, a sister, his mother-in-law, a brother-in-law,
4 nieces, and a nephew.
William L. Kline
’64, February 1, 2009. Phi Kappa Psi, WRCU, track, soccer, outing
club. He maintained a financial planning and asset management business
in Nashville for 40 years. Involved with several charities and organizations,
he recently launched The Living Waters for the World mission, having
made 2 trips to Peru in the last year. He is survived by his wife, Elizabeth,
a son, a daughter, 3 stepchildren, and 9 grandchildren.
Thomas S. Crary
’65, January 12, 2009. Phi Gamma Delta, football, lacrosse. BS,
Menlo College, 1965; JD, Golden Gate University, 1971. In 1971, he was
appointed assistant district attorney for the city and county of San
Francisco and served for 10 years. During this time, he was recognized
for his efforts in obtaining release from prison of a San Francisco
man who had been mistakenly convicted of murder. In 1981, he went into
private practice doing civil and criminal trials and appeals. He is
survived by his wife, Paula, 2 daughters, a grandson, a stepdaughter,
and 2 stepgrandchildren.
Robert G. Murphy
’66, February 1, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, student government, outing
club, lacrosse. US Army. He worked for Abercrombie and Fitch in New
York City and San Francisco, then Eddie Bauer in Seattle, and finally,
Orvis in Manchester, VT. He is survived by his wife, Susan, a son, a
daughter, 2 sisters, 2 aunts, an uncle, a niece, 2 nephews, and many
cousins including Alan Williams ’59, Bruce Williams ’69, and Allison
Vincent A. Scamell Jr.
’66, February 9, 2009. Phi Kappa Psi, glee club, outing club,
cheerleader, student government. US Army, Vietnam War. JD, University
of Toledo. He retired as clerk of Fine, Wyatt & Cary in Honesdale,
Pa. He is survived by 2 sons, his brother, and his former wife.
John J. Wright
’66, January 30, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, Salmagundi, outing
club. VMD, Cornell University, 1973. After working for 3 years at the
Cheshire Veterinary Hospital in CT, he moved to NY in 1976 and purchased
the Phelps Veterinary Hospital. He is survived by his wife, Janice,
2 sons and daughters-in-law, 5 grandchildren, his mother, 2 sisters,
2 brothers, and nieces and nephews.
Barry M. Rosen
’69, March 20, 2009. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Dean’s Award. MD, University
of Chicago, 1973. As the medical director of the Sequoia Alcohol and
Drug Recovery Center since 1983, he was recognized internationally for
his expertise on addiction. He also maintained a private practice at
the Behavioral Medicine Clinic of the Peninsula, dealing with all aspects
of addiction medicine. Additionally, he pioneered a pain clinic at San
Mateo General Hospital that has been rededicated in his name. He is
survived by his wife, Linda, 2 sisters, 2 stepsons, a nephew, and a
Edward R. McMahon
’71, March 18, 2009. Delta Upsilon, Dean’s List. JD, Seton Hall
Law School, 1975. He was a civil trial lawyer and banking law expert
who was a partner in the Lum firm for 25 years. He also served on the
N.J. Supreme Court District Ethics Committee. He is survived by his
wife, Ellen, brother Brian ’74, son Ryan ’09, 2 daughters, his mother,
and many nieces and nephews including Katharine ’03.
James E. Bleuer
’72, January 18, 2009. India Study Group. After graduating, he
started a career as a successful furniture designer; his pieces were
featured in popular publications, such as the cover of Better Homes
and Gardens. He founded Casa Verde Gardens in Southport, CT, where
his love of architecture and landscape design resulted in a number of
award-winning gardens over the 22 years that he ran the business. He
was also a published photographer and writer for Gardening Magazine.
He is survived by his wife, Lisa, 3 daughters, a son, a granddaughter,
2 brothers, and a sister.
Stewart F. Hancock III
’72, January 15, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Maroon. After
working as an advertising executive in the Syracuse area, he became
publisher of Manlius Publishing Corp in 1986. In 1992, he led the merger
of Brown Newspapers and Manlius Publishing to form Eagle Newspapers,
which grew during his 11-year tenure as publisher. He then started Hancock
Public Relations, which specialized in renewable and alternative energy
sources. He is survived by his wife, Kimberly ’82, 4 daughters, a
son, his parents, 4 brothers, a sister, and several nephews and nieces
including Michael Fish ’05, Jeffrey Fish ’07, and Ruth Fish ’09.
Michael A. Koenig
’74, January 27, 2009. University of Michigan: MA, 1976; PhD,
1981. He was an international expert in partner violence and child abuse
in developing countries. He also was a professor at Johns Hopkins University
Bloomberg School of Public Health in the dept of population, family,
and reproductive health. He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Gillian,
a son, a daughter, his parents, a brother, a sister, and several nieces
Vincent E. Kommer Jr.
’75, February 6, 2009. Phi Gamma Delta, soccer. He was employed
by Northrup Grumman Foundation for 28 years and recently became a subcontract
manager at Raytheon. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, 3 sons, 3
brothers, a sister, 8 nephews, and 6 nieces.
’77, February 10, 2009. MBA, Columbia University, 1985. She was
a controller for Caraustar Industries in Georgia. Her previous work
as a controller was at Container Corporation of America, Newark Atlantic
Paperboard, and Sprague Paperboard. She was predeceased by her father.
She is survived by her mother, 2 brothers, 2 nephews, a niece, and her
Karen L. Farber-Swanson
’79, April 19, 2009. Crew. She is survived by her husband, Richard
’80, and their daughter.
E. Daniel Streeter
’81, March 29, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega. MBA, Yale University, 1988.
He was a managing partner at SPP Capital Partners in New York City.
He was predeceased by his mother. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer,
3 daughters, a sister, and his father.
James B. Tedesco
’82, March 12, 2009. Basel Study Group, crew, squash club, cheerleading.
MBA, Northeastern University, 1984. He had worked in marketing, was
an author and a self-publisher, and owner of Olee Enterprises. He is
survived by his wife, Maria, 2 daughters, a brother, and a sister.
Mary A. Shellabarger
’83, November 1, 2008. Big Sister, Take Two, resident advisor,
dorm president. After spending time in Zaire as a Peace Corps volunteer,
she was an environmental protection specialist for the US Environmental
Protection Agency. She is survived by her husband, Kapiamba Muteba,
3 children, a brother, and a sister.
Timothy C. Ronan
’87, March 9, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, sailing club. He turned his
enthusiasm for yacht racing to studying yacht design with the Westlawn
program and then building small water crafts. His extensive volunteer
work involved Habitat for Humanity and helping coach a hockey team for
developmentally disabled children. He is survived by his parents, a
sister, a brother, aunts and uncles, nieces, and a nephew.
Shawn M. McGregor
’95, October 11, 2008. Alpha Tau Omega, Maroon-News. He
was an operations analyst with the International Paper Co. He is survived
by his parents and a sister.