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Marriages & Unions:
(2010 unless otherwise noted)
’54 and Darlene Dunlap, Oct. 17 (commitment ceremony)
’79 and Edward Matney, July 31
’89 and Laila Kobrossy, July 11
’95 and Neal Higgins, Aug. 14
’98 and Chelsea Forkner, Aug. 14
’99 and Gregory Kalleres, July 3
James E. Menapace
’99 and Amy G. Tsang, Aug. 20
’00 and Robert McKenna, Sept. 11
’01 and Hillary Bobys, Aug. 7
Meghan P. Cooper
’01 and Brian L. Beaupre, July 10
’01 and Kerri Zimmer, Sept. 5
’01 and Timothy Moore, Sept. 6, 2009
’02 and David McGowan, May 15
’02 and Christian Cavallo, Sept. 1
’02 and Alexandra Rice ’02, Sept. 18
Janelle Fatt-Hong Chin
’03 and David Ybarra, May 2, 2009
’03 and Matthew Dreyfus, Oct. 18, 2009
’03 and Ashwin Lall ’03, July 10
’03 and Daniel Fabian, Nov. 7, 2009
’03 and Cesar Cardona, Oct. 10
’04 and Christopher Parker
’05, Oct. 2
’04 and Kim Smalley ’05, Aug. 7
’05 and Nora McGeough ’05, June 26
’05 and Anne Coomber ’06, June 26
’05 and Shaun Gagnon, Oct. 10
Victoria Holland Klarfeld
’06 and John Boles Capehart, Sept. 18
’06 and Lauren Pallone, Dec. 19, 2009
’06 and Erich Shafer, Aug. 7
Susan M. Taffe
’06 and Ryan J. Reed, June 6
’07 and Cress Dawson, July 23
’07 and Allison Salewski ’09, Aug. 14
’08 and Talia Goldstein ’08, Aug. 13
’09 and James Amato, June 17
Births & Adoptions
(2010 unless otherwise noted)
To David Riester
’86: Benjamin Albert, April 7
To Doug Scheidt
’86 and Marty Wimmer: Matthew Joseph, born on Aug. 2, 2006, adopted
on July 13
To Wyandt Holmes
’89 and Hilary: Wesley Wyandt, Aug. 30, joining Kendall
To John Livingston
’89 and Eugenia Carris: Peter Carris, May 27, joining Eleni
To Jeffrey Sharp
’89 and Douglas Steinbrech: John William Edward, April 28
To Patrick and Lorena Conlin
’91 Hoopes: Heather Renee, Feb. 22
To Drew Bixby
’92 and Melissa: Kendall Quinn, March 9
To Eric Breitman
’92 and Dana: Scarlet, Aug. 21
To Christie Demosthenous
’92 and Timothy Paulsen: Elanor Rose, May 7
To John Less
’93 and Laurie Schowater: Josephine Elizabeth, June 4
To Michael Floyd
’94: Henrietta, Sept. 9
To Chris Kayser
’94 and Kara: Emily Rose, June 8
To Stephen and Danielle
D’Emilia ’95 DeCourcey: Griffin Emmett, June 24
’95 and Jennifer Armstrong
’95 Schreiber: Hayden Alexander, July 22
To Thomas and Kim Standish
’95 Reohr: Thomas ‘TJ,’ Nov. 26, 2009, joining Abby and Taryn
To Peter and Melanie Carroll
’96 Morrice: Gavin James, July 6, joining Ryan
’97 and Laura LeClair ’98 Accettella: Andrew Brian, Aug.
10, joining Madeleine
To John Magnan
’97 and Heather: Campbell, July 23
To Pam Rattananont
’97 and Jonathan Ferris ’98: Oliver Prasop, Aug. 9
To Thomas Rusling
’97 and Meme: May Lotus, April 30, 2009
’97 and Jennifer Badenoch
’97 Schwartz: Sabine Grace, Aug. 13
To Fernando and Caroline
Westin ’97 Garcia: Conrad Ignacio Emil, Oct. 28, 2009, joining
To Jarrod Bowers
’98 and Julie: Blake, June 18
To Jeremy Eager
’98 and Jennifer: Leighton Ellyse, June 2
To Seth A. Schaeffer
’98 and Carrie: Anna Clare, April 16, joining Luke
’98 and Kim Hebert ’98 Simone: Ewan Joseph, April 30,
’98 and Heather McClendon
’97 Sinclair: Sophia, July 30
To Patrick and Nicole Aloe
’99 Keane: Tyler Harrison, Aug. 17, joining Lillian
To Michael and Courtney Bender
’99 Liggera: Alexandra Margaret, May 22
’99 and Betsey Thomas ’00 Clements: John Dennis, June
7, joining Scarlett
‘Koby’ ’99 and Chrissy Cortese
’01 Cohen: Riley Rose, May 28, 2009
To John and Emily Hagenah
’99 MacEntee: Jackson William, May 3
To Patrick and Catherine
Herbst ’99 Machir: Taylor, April 13
’99 and Jessie Seiden ’99 Sartor: James Hamilton, April
3, joining William
To Benjamin and Jennifer
Bombard ’00 McGovern: Ella Grace, July 20
To Gabriel Schwartz
’00 and Jolie: Sadie Mia, Oct. 14
’01 and Gretchen Tucker ’01 Fonda: Charlie, Sept. 8
To Jason and Kathleen Allen
’01 Kreuzer: Annabel Mary, May 24
’01 and Jamie Catalano ’01 Spielman: Julia Rose, June
’01 and Elizabeth Reed ’02 Young: Caroline Campbell,
’01 and Jennifer Kozlak ’01 Zinn: Porter Wallace, June
’03 and Lorissa Wellenstein
’01 Durant: Isaiah David, Jan. 7
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Garrett A. Hults ’54
C. Jan Hunsinger ’61
James E. Gruel ’64
Jack Shuman ’67
George J. D. Cole ’71
James P. Sileneck ’72
Milton E. Battle ’74
H. Scott Stevenson ’74
Clinton Kendall Cole ’76
Jordan K. DeTuncq ’78
Michael W. Houle ’83
Rex L. Miller ’84
Salvatore Siracusa ’84
Paul J. Angelino ’89
Wayne R. Cowley ’89
Alison Fraser Heisler ’89
Jack Y. Afriyie ’91
David R. Camenisch ’91
Pamela B. Druckerman ’91
Bartle B. Gorman ’91
Peter T. Jivkov ’91
Joyce E. Saintelot ’95
Meghan Kelly Deana ’97
Jason T. Burney ’99
David A. Gold ’99
Heidi E. Nelson ’99
Avery M. Schonland ’99
Eric V. White ’01
Joyce K. Guerra ’02
Daniel B. Nagler ’02
Miranda Clark ’03
Stacey L. Corvino ’03
Andrew J. Driscoll ’03
Michael P. Dunphy ’03
Avery H. Marvin ’05
Stephen J. MacLellan ’06
Erin F. Frohardt ’07
Caroline G. Reed ’07
Jaime L. Dennison ’08
John R. Mahlan ’08
David W. McKenzie ’08
Margaret H. Mysliwiec ’08
Kevin M. Tarrant ’08
Colin A. McDonald ’09
Christian James Rahe ’09
Noah B. Sacco ’09
Antonio Villas-Boas ’09
Paige Ross Bayless ’10
Alexander B. Neill
Martha C. Sabin
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honorary degree recipients, and staff members and others whom the editors
determine would be well known to alumni.
Jared L. Howland Sr.
’36, August 24, 2010. Chi Omega Rho, Maroon Key, track. MA, Syracuse
University, 1938. He was a teacher with the Utica City School District
for 41 years, and following retirement, was an income tax preparer until
2004. He was predeceased by his brother, Frank ’36, and his sister.
He is survived by his wife, Agnes, son, Jared Jr. ’78, son-in-law,
Lewis Knapp ’65, sister, 2 daughters, 4 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren,
and several nephews and nieces.
J. Greenough Krogh
’38, September 22, 2010. Delta Upsilon, Salmagundi, football,
lacrosse. US Army Air Corps, WWII. He worked with the US Rubber Company
before going on to own and operate Wim and Krogh Tire Service. He is
survived by his wife, Betty Jane, as well as 2 brothers, 3 children,
6 grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
John C. Dorsey
’39, June 4, 2009. Phi Gamma Delta, chorus, football, student
government. US Army; Bronze Star. He had a long career in sales prior
to retirement. He was predeceased by his wife, Virginia. He is survived
by 2 daughters and sons-in-law, and 4 grandchildren.
James W. Robb
’39, June 27, 2010. Phi Beta Kappa. US Navy, WWII. MA, Middlebury
College, 1950; PhD, Catholic University of America, 1958. He was a faculty
member at George Washington University for 38 years. He taught Spanish,
French, and Portuguese language courses, lectured on Ibero-American
literature, and was an authority on Alfonso Reyes. He was predeceased
by his wife, Cecilia.
Carl A. Overstrom
’40, July 9, 2010. Commons Club. US Army Air Corps, WWII. He worked
as an engineer with Corning Glass Works until his retirement in 1981.
He was predeceased by 2 daughters. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor,
a son, 3 grandchildren, and 3 step-grandchildren.
John T. McIntosh
’41, June 18, 2003. Alpha Tau Omega. US Army, Korean War. He was
a lumber broker for 50 years and a bookkeeper. He is survived by his
children and their families.
Theodore E. Mulford
’41, August 12, 2010. Sigma Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Konosioni,
Maroon, Salmagundi, Austen Colgate Scholar, Maroon Key, Maroon
Citation, Maroon Council, debate. For many years until retirement, he
handled industrial and public relations for Link Aviation, which later
became the Singer Co. He is survived by his wife, Ruth, and their son.
Joseph M. Turino
’41, October 7, 2010. Alpha Tau Omega, Konosioni, track, cheerleading.
US Navy, 1941–1946. He was a principal in Wm. Turino Co. and later
J.M. Turino Co. He was predeceased by his wife, Betty, and uncle Alfred
’32. He is survived by a daughter, 3 sons including Thomas ’75,
2 daughters-in-law, a sister, a brother, and 7 grandchildren.
Charles S. Williams
’41, October 7, 2010. Sigma Nu, Washington, D.C., Study Group,
marching band. US Navy; distinguished flying cross with a gold star,
Purple Heart, air medal with a silver star and 3 gold stars, American
Defense Medal, American and Pacific Theatre Medals with 5 battle stars,
WWII Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation and Independence Medals. He
was a quarter-century employee of Montgomery Ward and retired from Jefferson
Stores in 1980. He was predeceased by his wife, Inez. He is survived
by 2 sons, 2 daughters, and 7 grandchildren.
William R. Campbell
’43, October 4, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, basketball, chorus. US
Air Force. LLB, University of Florida, 1948; MBA, University of Dayton,
1965. After retiring from the Air Force, where he served in JAG, he
worked at Pratt & Whitney in the Contract Administration Department.
He then entered private practice for 5 years before retiring. He was
predeceased by his wife, Jacqueline. He is survived by a daughter, a
son, a grandson, a sister, brother-in-law Phillip Ingle ’46, and great-niece
Christine Duncan ’06.
Robert R. Lacey
’43, August 31, 2010. Beta Theta Pi, marching band, pep band,
ski club. US Army; US Navy. DDS, University of Pennsylvania School of
Dental Medicine, 1945. He retired from his dental practice in Binghamton,
N.Y., in 1985. He was predeceased by his wife, Esther. He is survived
by 3 sons, including Frederick ’76, 3 daughters-in-law, and 4 granddaughters.
J. Duncan MacLean
’43, September 11, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, International Relations
Council, student government, boxing, track. US Army, WWII. MBA, Harvard
Business School, 1948. He worked for 35 years with Chase Manhattan Bank
and became the VP of the corporate lending division. He was predeceased
by his wife, Virginia. He is survived by 2 sons and 4 grandchildren.
Robert A. Martin
’43, September 19, 2010. Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa, Konosioni,
Maroon Key, International Relations Council, tennis, track. US Navy,
WWII. MBA, University of Southern California, 1961. For 25 years, he
worked for Howard Hughes Aircraft, where he assembled the team that
built the first lunar landing craft, Surveyor, and he also did industrial
relations consulting. He is survived by his sister and several nephews
William S. Montgomery
’44, September 18, 2010. Kappa Delta Rho. US Army, WWII, Korean
War. MD, Cornell University, 1947. He founded the Orange County Diabetes
Association, in addition to serving as chief of staff at St. Luke’s
Hospital in Newburgh, N.Y. He was predeceased by his daughter. He is
survived by his wife, Gloria, 4 daughters, 7 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren,
and a nephew.
Henry D. Towers
’44, October 10, 2010. Beta Theta Pi, Konosioni, International
Relations Council, Maroon Key, football, student government, basketball.
US Navy. He retired as VP of manufacturing with Pratt, Read and Co.
He was predeceased by his wife, Shavaun. He is survived by 2 daughters
and 2 granddaughters.
John E. Kohnle
’45, September 30, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega. US Marine Corps, WWII;
Bronze and Silver Star. He was a 3-term president of the Dayton Philharmonic
(Ohio) and co-founder of Dayton Public Radio. He was predeceased by
a son. He is survived by his wife, Sherri, 4 sons, 3 daughters, 8 grandchildren,
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Ole B. Kollevoll Sr.
’45, September 11, 2010. Delta Upsilon, Konosioni, Maroon Key,
hockey, baseball, football, basketball, student government; Silver Puck
Award, Colgate Hall of Honor. US Navy. MEd, 1945. Following his naval
service, he was recruited as a catcher for the Boston Braves. During
that time, he also played semi-professional hockey for the Clinton Comets.
In 1947, he was a member of the US National Team participating at the
World Hockey Championships in Prague. His baseball talent elevated him
to a Triple A, before suffering a career-ending injury in 1948. He then
began his career in coaching and athletic administration, including
coaching the hockey and freshman football teams at Colgate 1955–1965.
He left Colgate to join Lafayette College as director of athletics,
retiring in 1989. He was predeceased by his first wife, Sandy. He is
survived by his wife, Carol, 3 sons, 3 daughters-in-law including Judith
Myers Kollevoll ’82, a stepdaughter, 4 stepsons, 6 grandchildren,
and 12 step-grandchildren.
James H. Noble
’45, September 10, 2010. Sigma Nu, student government, basketball,
tennis, softball. US Army; Purple Heart. He served as a contract administrator
at Aerojet for 30 years. He is survived by his wife, Anna, 4 daughters,
3 sons, 12 grandchildren, 3 step-grandchildren, 2 great-granddaughters,
and many nieces and nephews.
Robert J. Bowman Jr.
’46, September 9, 2010. Delta Kappa Epsilon, marching band, football.
US Navy, WWII. He served as the president of R.J.B Marketing and then
worked in real estate with Hemlock Sales Agency. He was predeceased
by his son. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn, as well as a son, 3
daughters, 8 grandchildren including Cristine Singer Shropshire ’92,
grandson-in-law Camp Shropshire ’91, and 12 great-grandchildren.
Joseph C. Dilts
’46, July 5, 2010. Phi Kappa Psi, Maroon, Austen Colgate
Scholar, football, student government. He retired from the DuPont Company
after 30 years of service in the advertising department. He was predeceased
by his wife, Jane. He is survived by his son, a daughter-in-law, 2 grandchildren,
and 2 great-grandchildren.
Edward D. MacEwan
’46, July 23, 2010. Sigma Nu, International Relations Club. US
Army Air Corps, WWII. MA, State University of New York, New Paltz, 1974.
He worked with Lehigh Portland Cement Company until 1966. He then taught
history for 20 years and was head of the department at Pine Bush Central
Schools. He was predeceased by his wife, Mary Jane, and a son. He is
survived by a son and 5 grandchildren.
Robert M. Orth
’46, September 1, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, Outing Club, Masque and
Triangle, chorus. US Army, WWII. He began his career in life insurance
in 1950. The city of Burlington, Vt., designated Oct. 2 “Bob Orth
Day” for his 50 years of service with New England Financial, where
he was a managing partner for the state. He was predeceased by his wife,
Lynn. He is survived by his longtime companion, Bunny, 2 daughters,
a son, a son-in-law, and 4 grandchildren.
Lowell C. Camps
’48, September 13, 2010. Delta Kappa Epsilon, Maroon Key, Konosioni,
Outing Club, track, football. US Army, WWII. He worked as a general
agent for John Hancock Mutual Life for 25 years. He was predeceased
by his wife, Helen. He is survived by his daughter, 2 sons, and 4 grandchildren.
James R. Jolly
’48, June 9, 2010. Beta Theta Pi, Masque and Triangle. US Marine
Corps, WWII. He retired after a career in sales and marketing with Cannon
Mills, Inc. He is survived by his wife, Mary, 3 sons including James
’73, his brother, Alan ’50, 6 grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.
Sheldon W. Damsky
’49, September 1, 2010. International Relations Council. US Navy,
WWII. LLB, Cornell Law School, 1952. His law career was devoted to zoning
and planning; following retirement, he was appointed to the Legislative
Commission on Rural Resources to revise land use statutes. He also wrote
5 novels. He is survived by his wife, Dorice, 3 children, 3 stepsons,
and 5 grandchildren.
Robert L. Gardner
’49, July 22, 2010. Lambda Chi Alpha, Masque and Triangle, student
government. He owned and operated a group of vacation cottages in Callander,
Ontario. He is survived by 2 daughters and a son.
Leland G. Hickling
’49, May 25, 2010. Commons Club, Banter, pep band, marching
band. MA, Albany State College for Teachers, 1950. He spent many years
as the Washington correspondent for Gannet Co., Inc. and then was a
freelance writer and musician. He is survived by his children.
George W. Sommer
’49, August 27, 2009. Alpha Tau Omega, psychology club. US Coast
Guard, Merchant Marines. LLB. He was a retired attorney. He is survived
by his children and their families.
Charles G. Campbell
’50, July 21, 2010. Sigma Chi. US Merchant Marines, WWII. BDiv,
Pacific School of Religion; DMin, Andover Newton Theological School.
After serving in parish ministry for 40 years, he retired as senior
pastor of the First Congregational Church in West Norwalk, Conn. He
is survived by his wife, Pennie, 3 daughters, 2 sons, 11 grandchildren,
2 sisters, and nieces and nephews.
Earl J. Hoag Jr.
’50, June 28, 2010. Sigma Nu, Outing Club, sailing club, chorus.
US Air Force, Korean War. He was employed at CIGNA Life Insurance for
58 years until retiring in 2008. He was predeceased by his uncle E.
Walker Leonard 1912 and cousin Lester H. Leonard ’38. He is survived
by his wife, Mary Jane, 2 sons, 2 daughters, 7 grandchildren, and 2
’50, July 25, 2010. Baseball, football. US Navy, WWII. He began
his career as a teacher and coach before going into management for Travelers
Life Ins. Co. and then becoming an executive for Pan American Life Insurance.
He was predeceased by his first wife. He is survived by his wife, Ginger,
3 children, 3 stepchildren, 13 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren.
Arthur M. Mettelman
’50, September 30, 2010. Baseball. US Navy, 1945-1946. DDS, Columbia
School of Dentistry, 1954. He practiced dentistry for 44 years in Utica,
N.Y. He is survived by his wife, Joyce, a sister, 3 children, and 2
K. Blair Davis
’51, July 28, 2010. Sigma Chi, ROTC, Maroon Key, baseball, basketball.
US Air Force, Korean Conflict. He worked for more than 30 years in several
departments in the DuPont Co., retiring from the international department.
He then worked as a realtor. He is survived by his wife, Patricia, and
many nieces and nephews.
Arthur T. Goodwin
’51, September 15, 2010. Phi Kappa Psi, Masque and Triangle, debate
society, psychology club. US Navy. MA, New York University, 1964. He
worked for Avon for 30 years. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret.
He is survived by his 4 children and 8 grandchildren.
John A. Howard
’52, September 25, 2010. Beta Theta Pi, Maroon Key, Masque and
Triangle, soccer, tennis. US Marine Corps. He worked as both a sales
and account manager with IBM and later with Xerox before retirement.
He is survived by his wife, Maryann, 2 sons, 3 granddaughters, and his
Michael J. Copeland
’54, July 8, 2010. Phi Kappa Tau, Russian studies club, Spanish
club, marching band, chess club. US Air Force, Korean War. During his
career in the optical industry, he was one of the developers of the
first intra-ocular lens used in the United States. His company, Copeland
Intra Lenses, Inc., manufactured an intra-ocular lens that revolutionized
cataracts surgery in 1968. He is survived by his wife, Betty, 2 daughters,
2 sons, 2 stepdaughters, a granddaughter, his brother, and numerous
nieces, nephews, and cousins.
David E. Cox
’54, July 18, 2010. Kappa Delta Rho. US Army. University of Minnesota:
BBA, 1951; BCE, 1959. He was owner of Weldex Corp. for 30 years, servicing
the propane industry. In 1992, he established Northeast Propane Systems,
creating a second career investigating gas explosions as a fuel gas
expert. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen, a son, 2 daughters,
2 grandchildren, a brother, and many nieces and nephews.
Barton Crawford Hurd
’54, September 12, 2010. Alpha Tau Omega, ROTC, Masque and Triangle,
International Relations Council, football. US Air Force. He was president
of the Hurd Shoe Company for more than 25 years and a partner in Utica
Computer Services. He was predeceased by his wife, Trudy. He is survived
by his companion, Dottie, 3 daughters, 3 sons, 4 grandchildren, and
Frederick E. McKnight
’54, August 17, 2010. Alpha Tau Omega, International Relations
Club, soccer. US Marine Corps, Marine Reserves. A former newspaper reporter
and editorial writer with Asbury Park Press, he worked in corporate
public relations with the Bell System for 26 years, and more recently
as public affairs manager for AT&T Bell Laboratories, retiring in
1986. He was predeceased by a son and daughter. He is survived by his
wife, Diane, a son, a sister-in-law, and a niece.
Thomas R. Warne
’55, April 16, 2010. Beta Theta Pi, Salmagundi, Washington
Study Group, football, golf. His banking career began with the Federal
Reserve, and he went on to work at the Lincoln Rochester Trust Co. as
well as the Remington Rand Plant. He is survived by his children and
Thomas E. Robertson
’56, July 16, 2010. Lambda Chi Alpha, boxing, wrestling. He pursued
a career as a teacher and wrestling coach, rising to national stature
in the latter role. He holds the record for most wrestling wins as a
coach in New York Section IV history, and was inducted into the National
Wrestling Hall of Fame. He is survived by his wife, Jane, 5 daughters,
2 sons, 16 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren.
Robert A. Schakow
’56, November 28, 2008. Tau Kappa Epsilon, football, indoor track.
He was an engineering specialist. He is survived by his wife, Carolyn.
Fred A. Schroeder Jr.
’57, July 7, 2010. Phi Kappa Tau, Young Republicans, concert band,
sailing club. MD, University of Rochester. He was an internist in Pearl
River, N.Y., for 37 years and on the staff of Nyack Hospital before
retiring in 2000. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine, a daughter,
2 sons, 5 grandchildren, and a sister.
Ross L. Weeks Jr.
’58, August 3, 2010. Kappa Delta Rho, International Relations
Council, Maroon, Caliper, Maroon Key, WRCU, Young Republicans.
US Army. MBA, George Washington University. He retired as assistant
to the president of the College of William & Mary, where he had
also served as director of public information. He was predeceased by
his father, Ross ’33, and uncle Stanley ’35. He is survived by his
wife, Ndeleshia, 3 sons, a daughter, 2 grandchildren, a sister, a nephew,
and a cousin.
Leland B. Moss
’59, June 30, 2010. Theta Chi, Salmagundi, Outing Club,
track, economics club, student government. He spent 40 years working
for Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. He is survived by his wife, Joanne,
2 sons, a daughter, and 2 grandchildren.
C. William Braden Jr.
’60, October 2, 2010. Sigma Chi, Argentina Study Group, student
government. US Army. He served as VP for 8 offices at Summit and Elizabeth
Trust Co. and went on to become the owner of Lakeland Stationary. He
was predeceased by his father and sister. He is survived by his wife,
Belinda, son Timothy Braden ’90, mother, a daughter, a sister, a granddaughter,
and 3 nieces.
William H. Doremus
’60, September 25, 2010. Theta Chi, Maroon, WRCU, Outing
Club. He was president of McCullagh Company Inc. in Plainview, N.Y.
He is survived by his 3 sons including Blaise ’14, 2 daughters-in-law,
3 grandchildren, a sister, and a brother-in-law.
Peter J. Stahel
’60, September 9, 2010. Alpha Tau Omega, Maroon, Outing
Club, sailing club. MBA, Columbia University, 1962. He worked in international
real estate consulting and development as a broker with both Prudential
Elliman and Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International. He was predeceased
by his son. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, as well as 2 daughters
and 8 grandchildren.
J. Barry Dunleavy
’65, June 7, 2010. Sigma Nu, Austen Colgate Scholar, football.
He was an industrial salesman and then a developer for Dunleavy Inc.
He is survived by his wife, Louise, and their children.
Andrew W. Harkness
’65, August 25, 2010. Tau Kappa Epsilon, WRCU, Konosioni, Maroon
Key, Alumni Memorial Scholar, marching band, student government. US
Army. JD, Duke University, 1968. After serving the Army at the Pentagon,
he began his law career in Rochester, N.Y. In 1976, he opened his own
practice in Canandaigua, N.Y., where he was also the city attorney.
He later worked as an attorney in Rochester, N.Y., lived in Colorado,
and then returned to Canandaigua. He was predeceased by his father.
He is survived by his mother, a daughter, a son, a sister, a niece,
a nephew, an uncle, an aunt, and cousins.
Jacqueline N. Schafer MA’69,
July 16, 2010. She worked as a teacher and guidance counselor in the
New Hartford (N.Y.) Central School District, rising to chairwoman of
the guidance department. She also served on the district’s school
board, and served as past president. She is survived by 2 brothers and
Michael L. Michael
’71, October 19, 2010. JD, Georgetown University, 1974. Phi Beta
Kappa, student government. He began private practice in New York in
1975. An industry leader in financial regulation and ethical decision
making, most recently he was a senior fellow at Mossavar-Rahmani Center
for Business and Government, John F. Kennedy School of Government at
Harvard, and executive fellow at Bentley College’s Center for Business
Ethics. He is survived by his wife, Carol Brown Michael ’74, a daughter,
a son, his mother, a sister, and a brother-in-law.
Stephen W. Fernald
’78, July 11, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, tennis. US Marine Corps,
Gulf War. BS, Chapman University; MBA, Carroll Graduate School of Management
at Boston College, 1993. After serving as a captain in the Marines and
earning his MBA, he began working for AT&T. He is survived by his
wife, Elizabeth, a daughter, his parents, 3 brothers, and nieces and
Karen Jeff Hickey
’78, August 23, 2010. Phi Beta Kappa, Dijon study group. She worked
in nonprofit education, rising to director of education at the English
Speaking Union of the United States, where she founded the Shakespeare
Set Free Institute. She is survived by her husband, Brian, a daughter,
a sister, her father, and extended family.
Mabel L. Lang H’78,
July 21, 2010. AB, Cornell University, 1939. Bryn Mawr College: MA,
1940; PhD, 1943. She was Katherine E. McBride Professor emeritus and
Paul Shorey Professor emeritus of Greek at Bryn Mawr College. Throughout
her career, she was a major contributor to the academic and institutional
development of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA).
During her 45 years at Bryn Mawr, she served as acting dean of the college,
dean of the sophomore class, and secretary of the faculty. In 1961,
she became chair of the Department of Greek, a position she held until
retirement in 1988. She contributed to numerous ASCSA-related publications
spanning the fields of history, epigraphy, and archaeology. Also, she
was the recipient of many honors in recognition of her academic achievements,
including a Guggenheim Fellowship, Fulbright Fellowship, and 3 honorary
degrees. She is survived by her sister, Marian Blanchard, 4 nephews,
and a niece.
Eric P. Schoenlein
’82, October 12, 2010. Sigma Chi, Phi Beta Kappa. DDS, Columbia
University School of Dental and Oral Surgery, 1985. He began his practice
of orthodontia in Utica, N.Y., in 1986. He is survived by his parents,
a brother, a sister and brother-in-law, and a niece and nephew.
N. Sterling ’82, September 22, 2010. Alpha Tau Omega, hockey.
He worked with the Canada Post Corporation and coached junior league
ice hockey in Ontario. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen, 2 brothers,
and 3 sons.
Stephen R. Sferra
’83, August 6, 2009. Delta Kappa Epsilon. He was self-employed
as the president of Stephen R. Sferra Construction. He is survived by
his wife, Jeanine, and a daughter.
Denise A. Doerrer
’84, May 31, 2010. India Study Group. She lived in Hyde Park,
Melissa Spearing Trout
’93, August 26, 2010. MA, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health,
1999. She was a technical writer at the National Institute of Mental
Health in Bethesda, MD. She is survived by her husband, Matthew, and
Kevin B. Williams
’11, October 4, 2010. Upstate Institute, ski club, water polo.
He is survived by his fiancée, Kathlin Ramsdell ’11, his parents,
and a sister.