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Marriages & Unions
(2011 unless otherwise noted)
’00 and Jordan Angell ’01, May 21
’01 and Thomas McNamara, July 2
’02 and Bryan Bradford, July 2
Warren D. Holland
’02 and Brenna S. O’Rourke
’07, June 4
’02 and Tara Ruotolo, June 3
’03 and Kristen Dams ’03, May
’04 and Steven Blanck, April 30
William R. Leinen
’06 and Whitney L. Jennings
’06, Aug. 14, 2010
Births & Adoptions
(2011 unless otherwise noted)
To Walter Steinmann Jr
’79 and Kerri: Ryan Christopher, May 5
To Dan Benton
’80 and Anna: Nathaniel Abraham, June 8
To Bradford Patrick
’91 and Elizabeth Letsch: Iagan, February 14
To B. Tama Huang
’93: twins Hanalei and Burnaby, March 21
To Doug and Amy Palmer–Ellis
’95: Sophia Megan Palmer, May 22
’96 and Tracy Rinaldi ’98 Hardy: Thea Adriana, March
30, joining Owen and Elise
To Mark Krajan
’96 and Emily: Maxwell Thomas, January 4, joining Lukas
’96 and Sara Emily Beach ’96 Reeder: Dean Robert, April
24, joining Zoe and Leo
’96 and Rebecca Noone ’97 Ries: Charles Wallace, January
To Wayne and Melissa Sugarman
’96 Gray: Ronan Marcus, May 21
To John Amory and Whitney Wagamon
’96 Glaccum: Hannah Layton, April 19, joining Lindsay and Claire
’97 and Katie O’Neill ’97 Burgener: Eloise Christen,
Dec. 27, 2010, joining Annabel
To Matthew C. Cady
’97 and Stephanie: Angus Nicholas, March 6
To Graham and Karen Lyski
’97 Beatty: Lucy Barbara, Oct. 29, 2010, joining Jackson and Emma
To Mike and Malvika Malhotra
’97 Paddock: Sachin Nayan, Nov. 19, 2010, joining Naveen and Rowan
’97 and Wendy Schreiber ’99 McClellan: Chase Lawrence,
joining Connor and Spencer
To Hal and Meredith Miller
’97 Wortzel: Daphne Rose, March 18
To Darren and Libbi Ocken
’97 Cinti: Georgia Gray, February 20, joining Piper and Tate
To Michael and Kristina Weston
’97 Amilov: Evan Daniel, May 16
To Kevin and Anne Balfour
’98 Kaszuba: Miles Joseph, May 1, joining Kendall
To Jesse Johnston
’98 and Abby: Edward Lowell, Nov. 18, 2010
To Daniel J. Rivera
’98 and Elizabeth: Natalia, Sept. 22, 2010
’99 and Katie Raisio ’99 Abstoss: Matilda ‘Tillie’
Joan, June 24, joining Lisl, Adelaide, and Archie
’99 and Claudia Ellerbroek
’97 Cesca: Gabrielle Louise, April 24, joining Ella and Tommy
To Ted and Katherine Fronk
’99 Clark: Frederick James, June 23
To Mark and Sara Golding
’99 Mullen: Timothy ‘Timmy’ John, June 15
’99 and Amy Skaff ’99 Kaminski: Nathan, Nov. 15, 2010
To Erica Laudon
’99 and John Corwin: Twins Morgan Walden and Andrew Culbertson,
Oct. 8, 2010
’99 and Molly DeMark ’00 Sunderlin: Hallie DeMark, Nov.
17, 2010, joining Jeffrey
To Josh and Shana Berkowitz
’00 Cooper: Sadie Liana, February, joining Max
To Matt and Karen Bonadio
’00 Bergstresser: Owen Maxwell, July 4, joining Petra
To John and Brooke Bucklin
’00 D’Entremont: Genevieve Ann, April 28, joining Grace
To Michael and Nicole Mann
’00 Novick: twins Crosby Robert and Sawyer Desi, August 9
To Joel and Jessica Massanari
’00 Sapp: Milo Evan, March 10
’00 and Vanessa Rath ’99 Menton: Caroline Emilia, March
22, joining Jack
To Jeremy and Oren Nodelman
’00 Carton: Max, June 3
’00 and Kristen Gillin ’00 Petre: Hannah Chipman, June
2, joining Gracie
’00 and Emily Toffic ’02 Stewart: Wesley, June 24
To Ryan Mannle
’01 and Allie: a boy, February 27
To Jean-Claude Moreau
’01 and Niki: Carly Jean, May 18
To Dave and Jodi Richman
’02 Dalpe: Jordan Alexander, April 12
To Jason and Taryn Stone
’02 Bobko: Annabelle Lee, February 6, joining Ripley Anton
To Holly Teliska
’02 and Erik Hardenbergh: Ivy Olesen, Aug. 2, 2010
To Soorena Khojasteh
’03 and Raena Khorram: Shaya, July 6
To Eamon Del Giacco
’05 and Meghan: Rhys Desmond, April 27
To Skender and Ellen Frank
’05 Lajqi: Leke, July 18, 2010
To Brett and Megan C. Boyer
’06 Fegely: Booker, Nov. 28, 2010
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Bert M. Strandberg ’73
L. Stanley Crandall ’74
Raymond L. Boeri ’75
Gail Shapiro ’76
Anthony F. Cronin ’79
Jondi P. Keane ’81
Antonio Azar ’85
Brian J. Stokes ’87
Vivek Narayanan ’92
Clay T. Selleck ’94
Amanda M. Campbell ’95
Daniel E. Peterson ’95
Manuel Gonzalez ’96
Taniqua M. Hutson ’96
Barbara A. Lalevee ’96
Kevin J. Carter ’97
Nicole A. Casi ’98
Sung Kwang Cha ’98
Kyla K. Block ’00
Ian J. Starr ’04
runs deceased notices on all alumni, current and former faculty members,
honorary degree recipients, and staff members and others whom the editors
determine would be well known to alumni.
Herbert E. Fredrickson
’36, March 31, 2011. Alpha Chi Epsilon, Commons Club, Masque and
Triangle, basketball, student government, marching band, rifle team.
He was a chemist for more than 29 years, assistant superintendant in
Lynchburg, Va., and assistant to the VP of research and development
in Philadelphia. In 1967, he joined Chemical Construction Company in
New York City, retiring in 1982. He is survived by his wife, Beatrice,
a daughter, 2 sons and daughters-in-law, a sister, 7 grandchildren,
and 13 great-grandchildren.
Herbert B. Gladstone ’37, May 11, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, indoor
track, cross country, marching band, chorus, student government. MFA,
Princeton University, 1942. He was a professor of music at Reed College,
and worked with several musical groups, orchestras, and their boards.
He also spent several summers teaching tennis and swimming at Reed.
He is survived by 2 sons, 4 grandchildren, and several great-grandchildren.
Charles R. Harris
’37, May 5, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, football. US military, WWII.
MD, University of Rochester, 1940. After the war, he practiced family
medicine in East Rochester, NY, and was the East Rochester Public Schools
physician. Upon moving to Berea, Ky., he became director of Student
Health Services at Berea College. He is survived by a daughter, a grandson,
2 great-grandsons, and several nieces and nephews.
Frank F. Dunham Jr
’39, October 11, 2010. Commons Club. US Military, 1945-1946. Before
retiring, he was director of veteran services in Wayne County, N.Y.
He was predeceased by his wife, Betty. He is survived by 2 sons and
Edward H. Dickson
’40, April 4, 2011. Kappa Delta Rho, lacrosse, chorus. US Navy,
WWII. He worked at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Company for many years,
retiring in 1973. He was predeceased by his wife, Elizabeth. He is survived
by a daughter, 2 sons, and 4 grandchildren.
Douglas B. Lamb
’40, March 21, 2011. Phi Kappa Psi, Konosioni, Maroon Key, student
government, indoor track, swimming. US Navy, WWII. He worked at various
companies in business and accounting before co-founding Parts Associates
Inc., which he oversaw for 37 years. He is survived by his wife, MaryLou,
a daughter, 3 sons, 10 grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchildren.
Amos J. Minkel
’40, June 4, 2011. Phi Beta Kappa. US Army Medical Corps, WWII.
MD, University of Buffalo, 1943. He later worked as a family practice
physician in Hamburg, N.Y., and as an emergency room physician at St
Luke’s Hospital in Utica. He retired after serving as chief of general
practice at the Our Lady of Victory primary care center in Orchard Park.
He is survived by 4 sons, including John ’71
and Bill ’74, and a daughter.
Robert L. Rubendall
’40, May 19, 2011. Phi Beta Kappa, indoor track, Maroon News,
international relations council. US Navy, WWII. JD, Dickinson School
of Law, 1947. He was admitted to county, state, and federal courts and
served as Pennsylvania Deputy Attorney General from 1951-1955. He was
later a member of the Halifax Area Board and a civic leader in upper
Dauphin County, where he helped pass legislation creating the state’s
community college system. As a founding trustee of the Harrisburg Area
Community College, he was awarded an honorary doctorate of public service
upon his retirement. He is survived by his wife, Polly, a daughter,
2 sons, a foster daughter, 5 grandchildren, and 3 great-granddaughters.
Karl H. Mayers
’41, September 27, 2010. Phi Kappa Psi, Konosioni, Maroon Key,
Maroon, Salmagundi, soccer, baseball, hockey, indoor track,
marching band. US Navy, 1942–1946. MBA, New York University, 1953.
He was a professor at several universities; before retirement, he was
teaching at the University of Connecticut. He is survived by his wife,
John F. Cress
’42, July 16. Delta Upsilon, basketball, tennis. US Army, WWII;
Victory Medal, Asiatic Pacific Theater Ribbon with 4 Bronze Battle Stars,
Philippine Liberation Ribbon with 2 Bronze Battle Stars, 5 Overseas
Service Bars, Bronze Arrowhead, Bronze Oak Leaf Cluster. After the war,
he joined the family business, Buchanan Steel Products, where he worked
until retirement 31 years later. He was predeceased by his wife, Catherine,
and his sister. He is survived by 2 daughters, a son, 3 grandchildren,
and nieces and nephews.
Frederick A. Graber III ’42, May 20, 2011. Phi Gamma Delta.
Naval Air Force, 1941. He spent many years traveling around the world
with the Navy and later became a pilot for Pan Am. He is survived by
3 sons, 4 grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
Edward B. Appelquest
’43, March 19, 2011. Beta Theta Pi. US Navy. He was a retired
divisional manager of Prudential Life Insurance Co. He was predeceased
by his wife, Sara, and a daughter. He is survived by 2 daughters, a
son-in-law, 8 grandchildren, and 21 great-grandchildren.
Milford C. Myles ’43, December 23, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, lacrosse,
international relations council. He spent many years working in real
estate in Florida. He is survived by his wife, Virginia.
’43, May 11, 2011. Delta Upsilon, university chorus, concert orchestra.
US Army, WWII. MS, University of Colorado, 1975. He developed and was
head of the dental laboratory technology program at Greenville Technical
College in Greenville, SC. He later retired as a professor emeritus
at Indiana University and held numerous local, state, and national offices.
He also was an adjunct faculty member in the dental hygiene program
at Virginia Western Community College in Roanoke, from which he retired.
He is survived by 2 daughters, a son, a brother, Richard ’49, grandchildren,
Grant K. Rauscher
’44, March 25, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, Phi Beta Kappa. US Navy, WWII.
PhD, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 1949. He had a long technical
career, primarily in the research and technical development segments
of the specialty pulp and paper industry. He worked at International
Paper Company in South Glens Falls, Pa., and retired from Southern Specialty
Paper Company in Chattanooga, Tenn. He is survived by his wife, Becky,
3 sons including Daniel ’70, 2 daughters-in-law, a daughter, 11 grandchildren,
several great-grandchildren, a sister, and several nieces and nephews.
James W. Danser ’45, May 10, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, football,
indoor track, marching band. MS, University of Missouri at Columbia.
US Army, WWII. In the 1950s, he became a part of the National Guard
in Mexico and eventually retired from a long career with A.P. Green
Industries, Inc., where he was raw materials manager in the research
department. He is survived by his wife, Alice, several grandchildren,
a great-grandson, a sister, 3 nieces, 3 stepchildren, 5 stepgrandchildren,
and numerous stepgreat- and great-great-grandchildren.
Donald L. McCredy
’45, February 25, 2011. Theta Chi, marching band. He was a retired
traffic engineer from the New York State Highway Department.
John W. Stone Jr.
’45, August 8, 2011. Theta Chi, Colgate Thirteen, hockey, band.
US Marine Corps, WWII. He joined New York Telephone Company in Buffalo
in 1947 as a representative in the commercial department. He advanced
in the company throughout his career, holding senior management positions
in New York City, Syracuse, and even a stint in Iran with American Bell
International. In 1983, he retired as VP of personnel. He is survived
by his wife, Kathryn, 4 daughters including Susan ’74, a son, 7 grandchildren,
2 great-grandchildren, a niece, and a nephew.
William J. Veeder
’45, May 8, 2011. Beta Theta Phi, international relations council,
marching band. US Army, WWII. He served as city manager in Fort Lauderdale,
Fla., and city manager in Charlotte, N.C. After leaving city hall, he
helped build Carowinds, an amusement park of which he was executive
VP and president. He is survived by his wife, Jean, daughter, and grandson.
William W. Houser ’46, May 22, 2011. Sigma Nu, football. US
Army Air Corps. DDS, Columbia University, 1951. He practiced dentistry
for many years. He is survived by his wife, Anne, 4 daughters including
Gretchen ’76, 3 sons, 16 grandchildren including Beth ’94, Carolyn
’89, and Annabel ’05, 18 great-grandchildren, a great-great-grandchild,
a sister-in-law, and many nieces and nephews.
Daniel F. MacKinnon
’46, March 17, 2011. Soccer, tennis. US Marines. MA, University
of Michigan. He was a teacher before working in manufacturing companies
including General Motors and Joy Manufacturing. In 1973, he became director
of prison industries at Somers State Prison and later founded the Maverick
Corporation in North Hartford, Conn. He later was a VP at Merrill Lynch
as well as a docent at the Wadsworth Atheneum. He is survived by his
wife, Peggy, 6 sons, 12 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren.
Ralph D. Green
’48, June 27, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, soccer. US Navy, WWII. MS,
SUNY New Paltz, 1956. He taught fifth and sixth grade for several years
in Syosset, N.Y. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, a sister, 5 stepchildren,
9 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.
Kendall W. MacKenzie ’48, May 29, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, football.
Naval Air Corps, WWII. He was a coach at high schools in Hamilton and
North Syracuse. He later retired from the printing business. He is survived
by 3 children, including Cris ’73 and Scott ’69, and 6 grandchildren.
John P. McCloy
’48, May 14, 2011. US Navy. MD, New York Medical College. He had
New York offices in Levittown and Hicksville and was affiliated with
both Central General and Mid-Island Hospital, where he served as a president
of the medical staff. He is survived by his wife, Rosemarie, 8 children,
and 8 grandchildren.
Russell J. Housman
’49, November 11, 2010. Phi Kappa Psi, football, lacrosse, indoor
track. He was a retired executive VP of Kissel-Blake Inc. He is survived
by a daughter, 3 sons, and 7 grandchildren.
R. Edward Dunning
’50, July 10, 2011. Phi Beta Kappa, Commons Club, student government.
OTR, New York University. He was an occupational therapists for many
years, practicing in New York State and California. Before retiring,
he was a rehabilitation supervisor at Hollywood Mental Health Service
in Los Angeles. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Helen, 2 daughters
and sons-in-law, sisters, 2 grandsons, and a sister-in-law.
Robert T. Halpin
’50, June 13, 2011. US Marine Corps. He worked in the oil and
gas business for 60 years. He is survived by his wife, Marilyn, 4 children
and their spouses, 2 brothers, 11 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.
Paul G. Herrick ’50, June 10, 2011. Delta Upsilon. MBA, Syracuse
University, 1962. He was an employee relations analyst for the US Postal
Service and was seminar manager at the Bureau of Industrial Relations
at the University of Michigan. He is survived by his wife, Berna, 3
daughters, and 3 grandchildren.
John P. Kennedy ’50, November 17, 2010. Phi Delta Theta. US
Army, WWII. He worked in consumer products for many years, including
serving as president of the Mennen Co. Before retiring, he was an independent
consultant in New Jersey. He is survived by his wife, Jean, and 3 children
including daughter Alexandra ’82 and son Paul ’77.
John G. Dowse
’51, April 19, 2011. Delta Kappa Epsilon, football. US Army. University
of Wisconsin, 1975. He served as chairman, president, and director of
the First National Bank of Crystal Lake, Ill., and later retired from
the Downers Grove National Bank in Downers Grove, Ill. He was predeceased
by his brother, Orrin ’48. He is survived by his wife, Cora, a daughter,
2 sons, a stepson, and grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, and
’52, May 14, 2011. Sigma Nu, swimming. LLB, Columbia University,
1958. He was a retired attorney who served as a partner of the firm
Lowry Clements & Powell LLC. He was predeceased by his wife, Margaret.
He is survived by their children, his brother, Donald ’57, nephew
John ’87, and niece Nancy Powell-Ferri ’89.
Rodney W. Pugh
’52, April 2, 2011. Beta Theta Pi, ROTC, football, student government,
international relations council. US Navy. He worked in sales for many
years, retiring from the Polymer Corp. in Smithtown, N.Y. He is survived
by his wife, Helen, and their 2 sons.
Edward E. Francis ’53, June 1, 2011. Maroon Council, indoor
track, ski club. MA, Columbia University. He was a social studies teacher
and then a guidance counselor at Eastchester High School in Eastchester,
N.Y. After his retirement, he gained certification in marriage and family
counseling from Iona College and spent 2 years in private practice.
He is survived by his wife, Betty, 3 sons, grandchildren, a brother,
and a sister.
Giles A. Wanamaker
’53, May 16, 2011. Lambda Chi Alpha, Maroon News,
ice hockey. JD, New York University, 1965; LLM, Wayne State University,
1968. He was a retired attorney and judge for the New York State Workers’
Compensation Board. He is survived by his wife, Joan, children, and
brother Roger ’60.
John C. Doremus Jr
’54, MA’61, July 17, 2011. Phi Gamma Delta, ROTC, basketball.
US Air Force, 1955-1957. He spent his 34-year Wall Street career at
Smith Barney, joining the firm as a trainee in 1957. He retired as vice
chairman in 1991. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Ann, 3 daughters,
6 grandchildren, a sister, his cousin Peter ’50, and a nephew and
Robert M. Anderson
’55, May 3, 2011. Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Epsilon, student
government. US Army, Korean War. DDiv, Yale University, 1977. He was
a bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Minnesota and served as a representative
to the Consultation on Church Union. He is survived by his wife, Mary,
3 daughters, a son, 8 grandchildren, a sister-in-law, a brother-in-law,
2 nieces, and a nephew.
J. Bruce Burke
’55, August 10, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, Konosioni, Masque and Triangle,
Maroon Key, student government, debate society, class editor. MDiv,
Union Theological Seminary, 1958; PhD, Syracuse University, 1963. A
professor emeritus at Michigan State University (MSU) College of Education,
his career there spanned 35 years, beginning as assistant professor
of humanities. In 1968, he moved to the university’s College of Education,
where he taught educational psychology and developed model teacher training
programs. He was also director of the MSU College of Education Graduate
Studies in Education Overseas program and assistant dean for Outreach.
He retired in 1999. He is survived by his wife, Susan, 3 daughters,
a sister, 6 grandchildren, a niece, a nephew, and 3 grandnieces.
Thomas T. Forman Jr.
’55, May 2, 2011. Phi Delta Theta, baseball. He was employed by
Prudential Insurance Company and later joined Frank & Bolton Insurance
Company, which he eventually purchased. After retiring, he was elected
to the Beacon City Council as Commissioner of Finance. He is survived
by his wife, Dolores, 3 daughters, 5 sons, grandchildren, nieces, nephews,
Frederick J. Kaiser Jr.
’58, March 17, 2011. Phi Kappa Psi, Salmagundi, concert
orchestra. He helped his father run the family business, Rubber
Latex Company, in Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J. After selling the company, he stayed
on in a sales capacity until retiring in 1994. He is survived by his
wife, Sunny, 2 daughters, 4 grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.
Mark C. Dull
’58, March 29, 2011. Beta Theta Phi, WRCU, student government,
sailing club. He worked for Ford Motor Company in Michigan and Mexico
City, Mexico, retiring from the company in 1995. He is survived by his
wife, Carol, 3 daughters, 2 sons, and 12 grandchildren.
Daniel B. Murdoch
’58, April 18, 2011. Phi Gamma Delta. US Marines, Korean War.
He had a 30-year career with General Motors, taking him from Lockport,
N.Y., to Tuscaloosa, Ala., retiring in 1988. He is survived by his wife,
Mary, his brother, Leland Jr. ’53, his brother-in-law, Bill Quinn
’52, 3 children, and 2 grandchildren.
William L. Weatherwax
’61, May 16, 2011. Phi Kappa Psi, swimming, golf. He was director
of Probation and Community Corrections in Dutchess County, N.Y. He is
survived by his wife, Diane, 2 daughters, brother, sister, 2 grandchildren,
a nephew, and several nieces and cousins.
A. Stevens Willett ’62, October 29, 2010. Phi Delta Theta, lacrosse.
Before retiring, he was director of professional services at Quaker
Oats and had previously worked in marketing at General Foods Corp. He
is survived by his wife, Barbara, and 2 daughters.
Richard M. Cloney
’63, April 30, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, Maroon News,
Masque and Triangle, lacrosse, swimming. MS, University of North Carolina
(UNC)-Chapel Hill. He was a professor at UNC before starting a career
as a banker with The Irving Trust. In 2000, he retired as COO of Susquehanna
Bancshares. He was predeceased by his father, Gordon ’34. He is survived
by his wife, Tommi, 2 daughters, 2 granddaughters, 4 grandsons, brother
Gordon ’61, and nieces.
Daniel L. Dailey ’63, June 4, 2011. Sigma Nu, golf. He worked
in the Fiscal Services section of the Oregon Department of Corrections.
He is survived by his wife, Andrea, and a son and daughter-in-law.
Ernest A. Ferri ’63, May 28, 2011. Phi Delta Theta, football,
indoor track. JD, Rutgers School of Law, 1967. He began his career with
criminal defense and real estate law, opening his own practice in 1972.
Later in his career, he was the solicitor for the Burlington Township
Zoning Board in Burlington, N.J. He is survived by his wife, Nancy,
2 sons and daughters-in-law, 3 grandchildren, and several cousins.
Michael J. Kantor
’63, May 22, 2011. Sigma Chi. BA, Utica College, 1990. He spent
36 years at Remington Arms. He is survived by his wife, Anne, 3 sons,
2 daughters, 3 sisters, several grandchildren, and great-grandchildren,
nieces, and nephews.
George Thompson III ’63,
June 7, 2011. Theta Chi, soccer, swimming. University of Connecticut:
MA, 1971; PhD, 1972. He completed post-doctoral work at Princeton University
in rhetoric and persuasion and authored 4 books. He was founder and
president of the Verbal Judo Institute. He is survived by his wife,
Pam, 3 children, and 5 grandchildren.
John A. Blackmore ’68, June 23, 2011. Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Masque and Triangle, Outing Club, student government. He was a policy
analyst, criminal justice consultant, and writer. He also was a founder
of the Earlville Opera House. Early in his career, he was a reporter
and editor. With an expertise in criminal justice, in 1981, he became
director of court operations for Victims Services Agency in New York
City and later joined the New York City Department of Juvenile Justice.
From 1997 until his retirement earlier this year, he was a senior associate
at the Criminal Justice Institute in Middletown, Conn. He was predeceased
by his father, Robert ’41, who was a professor of English emeritus
at Colgate. He is survived by his wife, Jane, a son, daughter Carrie
’08, his mother, brother James ’65, and nephew Jeffrey ’93.
Fred E. Clow ’64, May 13, 2011. Masque and Triangle, sailing
club. He worked in finance at several institutions including State Street
Bank & Trust Company, Fidelity Investments, and United Way of Massachusetts
Bay. He is survived by his sister, a son, a daughter, and 2 granddaughters.
Lawrence P. Kurdeka ’68, June 12, 2011. US Army. MBA, University
of Massachusetts. He retired as CFO of Britton Lumber after 38 years.
He is survived by his wife, Penny, father, 3 stepchildren, and 3 step-grandchildren.
Harvey W. Greisman
’70, February 20, 2011. WRCU-FM, international relations club.
He worked in the public relations industry and was formerly IBM communications
VP. He is survived by his wife, Susan, 2 daughters, and a son.
R. James Breslauer
’71, March 25, 2011. Phi Kappa Tau, Maroon. He was a computer
programmer and consultant at Merrill Lynch for more than 20 years. He
is survived by his wife, Patricia, a daughter, a grandson, a son-in-law,
and a sister.
Gerald A. Heffernan
’71, March 27, 2011. Delta Upsilon. JD, Suffolk University, 1974.
A lawyer, he owned his own practice and was assistant corporation counsel
for the city of West Haven, Conn., from April 2001 until his death.
He also was a former adjunct law professor at the University of New
Haven, a court-appointed special master for real estate tax appeals
at New Haven Superior Court from 2003 until his death, and the court-appointed
pro bono attorney, United States Bankruptcy Court, District of Connecticut
at New Haven. He is survived by his wife, Susan, a son, a daughter,
4 brothers including Mike ’64 and Bob ’69, nieces, and nephews including
Kevin ’90 and Michael ’88.
John K. Leonard
’71, February 23, 2011. Tau Kappa Epsilon, Maroon, baseball,
basketball, career advising. He had a long career in the insurance industry,
including serving as president of Cigna Corp. in Philadelphia. He is
survived by his wife, Linda, 2 daughters, his mother, and his sister.
Howard M. Stein
’71, April 7, 2011. Alpha Delta Phi. He began his career as a
teacher, but then switched to a career in carpentry and established
Stein Construction. He was predeceased by his mother. He is survived
by his wife, Julie, a daughter and son-in-law, his father, and 2 brothers.
Gail R. Wagner
’72, May 7, 2011. MS, San Francisco State University. She was
the transportation coordinator for the Town of Lexington, Mass., for
the past 11 years. She is survived by 2 daughters and 5 siblings.
Dean V. Stanley ’74, June 18, 2011. Phi Beta Kappa. He spent
his career at V.J. Stanley, where he was president at the time of his
death. He is survived by his wife, Bo, 2 sons, his father, 2 brothers,
a niece, a nephew, aunts, and cousins.
Paul F. Florentino ’77, June 19, 2011. Phi Kappa Psi, indoor
track, cross country, Salmagundi. US Air Force. MD, St. Louis
University School of Medicine. He joined the faculty at the Uniformed
Services University of Health Sciences as a civilian pulmonary/internal
medicine specialist. He then became the only civilian to be deputy commander
of medical services. He is survived by his partner, Chris, his mother,
2 brothers, and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins.
David A. Pitler
’77, May 8, 2011. Kappa Delta Rho, swimming, water polo. He was
president of the bioimaging services division at BioClinica. He is survived
by his wife, Patti, a daughter, a son, his parents, and 2 brothers.
Carolyn J. Cooley
’78, April 11, 2011. Basketball. JD, Boston University, 1981.
She practiced law in central New York for almost 30 years. She is survived
by her husband, Richard, 2 daughters, her parents, 5 stepchildren, 3
sisters, 2 brothers, and several aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces, and
Kirk E. Davis ’81, June 6, 2011. He worked in the renovation and
interior design industry. He is survived by his longtime partner, Frank,
his mother, his father, Nick ’55, siblings, nieces, and nephews.
Albert J. Alletzhauser III
’82, May 10, 2011. Phi Delta Theta, Konosioni, rugby, wrestling.
He was the author of the bestselling books House of Nomura and
Quake. Through various positions in finance, he lived throughout
the world and helped found TIR, a global investment research house.
He is survived by his wife, Anne, his father, 2 sisters, 2 brothers,
2 daughters, and a son.
Joseph A. Piacquad ’84, June 27, 2011. Phi Beta Kappa. JD,
Harvard Law School. He began his career in law with Jones Day, LLP in
Cleveland, Ohio, and later became partner at Goodwin, Procter, LLP in
Boston, Mass. He is survived by his wife, Martha, 2 daughters, a son,
2 sisters, 2 brothers including David ’79
and his wife, Nina ’80, and several nieces, nephews, aunts, and cousins.
John C. Kelly
’08, March 28, 2011. Baseball, Maroon, Amnesty International,
Democracy Project, ski club, tennis club, cycling club. He was employed
at 2 Connecticut hospitals: Silver Hill Hospital, working as a psychiatric
assistant, as well as Four Winds psychiatric hospital. He is survived
by his parents, a sister, a niece, his grandparents, and many aunts,
uncles, and cousins.
Victor A. Krivitski
’12, August 22, 2011. Phi Delta Theta, Outdoor Education, WRCU,
rugby. He was a geology major who, in his leisure time, enjoyed hiking,
rock climbing, scuba diving, camping, and riding his motorcycle. He
is survived by his parents, his maternal grandmother, aunts, uncles,
Serena Lancaster, June 23, 2011.
Assistant university librarian and acquisitions librarian emerita. She
taught English at John Bassett Moore High School in Delaware and French
at Cheektowaga (NY) Central High School prior to joining the Colgate
library faculty in 1965. Before retiring from Colgate in 1986, she served
on the Student Affairs Board, Budget and Long-range Planning Committee,
and the Joint Continuing Committee on Fraternities. From 1983-1985, she
served as acting university librarian. She was predeceased by her son
and a granddaughter. She is survived by her husband, Robert, 4 children,
2 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren.
Vivien Harvey Slater, June 13,
2011. She joined the Colgate music department in 1966 and was later
appointed pianist-in-residence. She published 2 volumes of her own compositions
for piano students. For more than 40 years, she performed in numerous
recitals locally and worldwide before retiring in 2002. She was predeceased
by her husband, Joseph Locke Slater, professor of English emeritus at
Colgate. She is survived by their daughter and son-in-law, son and daughter-in-law,
and 2 grandsons.