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1930s

Marjorie Wahl Carson, c’38, 102, Dec. 3 in Wichita. She was a homemaker and worked on many political campaigns. Surviving are two sons, David, c’61, and Philip, c’72; a daughter, Elizabeth, c’78; and five grandchildren.

1940s

Evelyn Hodgson Amend, c’44, c’46, 97, Jan. 3 in Salina, where she was a laboratory and radiology technician. She is survived by two daughters, one of whom is Janet Amend Fisher, d’75; a son, Douglas, b’83; two sisters, Eloise Hodgson Lynch, PhD’49, and Madeleine Hodgson Anderson, ’54; eight grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren.

Mary Breed Brink, c’47, 93, Nov. 25 in Kansas City, where she was active in the Southwest High School community. Surviving are two daughters, one of whom is Martha Brink McCormick, c’79, g’83; and four granddaughters.

Aileen Beal DeBruce, d’49, 91, March 9, 2019, in Kiowa. She was a teacher and served on the board of directors of the Kansas Children’s Service League. Survivors include a son, Paul, b’73; a daughter; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Stephen Ellsworth, b’49, 92, Nov. 24 in Rock Hill, South Carolina, where he had a long career in human resources. He is survived by two sons, one of whom is Scott, ’79; two stepdaughters; a stepson; four grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; a great-grandchild; and seven step-great-grandchildren.

Cora Haith Gerren, ’46, 101, Jan. 6 in Englewood, Ohio. She was a volunteer and political activist. Survivors include a son, Nicholas, c’69; a daughter; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Lolita Baker Hudson, p’44, 96, Nov. 6 in San Antonio. She and her late husband, Cecil, p’45, owned Hudson Pharmacy in Topeka.

Kenneth Lewis, e’47, 94, Nov. 5 in Columbia, Missouri. He was a consulting engineer. Four stepdaughters, 12 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren survive.

Dean Miller, c’49, 93, Dec. 23 in Madison, Mississippi. He had a long career as a geologist in the oil industry. Survivors include his wife, Peggy; two sons, one of whom is Stephen, ’78; two daughters, Christina, b’93, and Julie Miller Westermann, g’97; a stepson; a stepdaughter; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Donald Mitchell, b’42, 99, Sept. 26 in Bixby, Oklahoma, where he was senior vice president at Advertising, Inc. Surviving are his wife, Frances, a son, two daughters, two grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

1950s

JoNell Ward Abbott, ’57, 84, Dec. 13 in Kansas City, where she was a real estate agent. She is survived by three sons, two of whom are Charles Cain, ’81, and Steven Cain, b’84; two daughters; a stepson; 13 grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; three great-granddaughters; and eight step-great-grandchildren. 

C. Roger Allen, e’50, 96, Dec. 26 in Lawrence. He was a civil engineer for the Kansas Department of Transportation. Survivors include three sons, Chad, ’77, Tim, ’82, and Tom, ’84; seven grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. 

MaryAnna Ward Anschutz, c’51, 91, Oct. 19 in Plainville. She taught elementary education in Russell. Two grandchildren survive.

Shirley Siefkin Apt, ’52, 89, Jan. 24 in Wichita, where she was a volunteer. Surviving are three daughters, two of whom are Carolyn, d’80, and Kathryn Apt Rodby, ’80; two sons, one of whom is Douglas, ’84; 12 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Warren “Blue” Barrand, b’50, 97, Feb. 1 in Lawrence. His career as an accountant spanned more than 50 years. Survivors include his wife, Shirley Robertson Barrand, ’87; two sons, Don Barrand, b’71, and Dennis Dupont, ’98; a daughter, Christie Barrand Curtis, d’79; and two grandchildren.

Richard Cummings, c’54, m’57, 87, Dec. 21 in Wichita, where he was an otologist. He was on the Alumni Association’s national Board of Directors from 1979 to 2000 and served as chair from 1995 to ’96. In 1998 he received the Association’s Fred Ellsworth Medallion. Surviving are his wife, Laura Herring Cummings, n’56; three sons, two of whom are Thomas, c’82, and William, ’83; a daughter; a brother, William, p’59; 13 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Emelie Trickett Davidson, ’52, 90, Dec. 27 in Overland Park, where she was an artist and designer at Hallmark Cards. She is survived by her husband, Jim, ’52; a daughter, Jan Davidson Helfer, d’78, g’80; a son, Dalton, ’83; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Marj Mahoney Dusay, ’58, 83, Jan. 28 in New York City. She had a long career as an actress on several soap operas and TV shows. Survivors include a daughter and a stepdaughter. 

David Ellis, b’51, 90, Dec. 23 in Gainesville, Florida, where he was controller for the Florida Farm Bureau. He is survived by his wife, Dilon, a son, two daughters and two grandchildren.

Franklin Fee, b’53, 89, Dec. 5 in Hutchinson, where he was a real estate agent and later co-owned an insurance agency. Surviving are his wife, Bonnie Roots Fee, ’53; a son; two grandsons; and two great-grandchildren.

LeRoy Felzien, e’56, 85, Jan. 31 in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. He retired as division manager after 30 years at Southwestern Bell. He is survived by his wife, JoAnn Hyder Felzien, ’57; three sons, one of whom is Craig, ’80; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Charles Franklin, c’56, 85, Jan. 9 in Bulverde, Texas. He lived in Lafayette, California, for many years, where he worked in sales and later became vice president at Rail Car America. A memorial has been established with KU Endowment. His wife, Terry, two sons, a daughter, a brother and three grandchildren survive.

Joseph “Dick” Gilman, d’51, g’54, 92, Jan. 2 in Overland Park. He was a teacher, administrator and coach at Paola High School. Surviving are two sons, one of whom is Joe, c’79; two daughters, Georgia, ’82, and Mary Gilman Minden, ’08; a brother, Mark, d’54; a sister; 10 grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren.

John Golden, c’54, 87, Nov. 29 in Goodland. He was a state representative in the 1960s and became mayor of Goodland. He also owned Golden Wheat Ranch and Golden Farms. He is survived by his wife, Marcia, assoc.; two daughters, Margaret Golden Bowker, j’90, and Gennifer Golden House, j’92; a son; and six grandchildren.

Mary Demeritt Gordon, d’55, g’68, 85, Nov. 29 in Fort Collins, Colorado. She lived in Lawrence, where she taught blind and visually impaired students. In 1988 she received the Kansas Special Educator of the Year Award. Survivors include a daughter, Lori Gordon Tilson, d’79, n’85; two stepdaughters; a sister; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Gary Hale, j’58, l’71, 83, Jan. 3 in Lawrence. He started his career as editor and publisher of the Hugoton Hermes and later became a trust officer and financial planner. Surviving are his wife, Kay Roberts Hale, n’74; a son, Gregory, ’94; a sister; and three granddaughters.

Richard Hale, j’52, 89, Dec. 11 in Lawrence. He owned the St. Francis Herald and the Bird City Times. He is survived by his wife, Nancy Craig Hale, ’54; two daughters, Kris Hale Shurtz, c’77, and Sarah Hale Wilcher, ’88; two sons, one of whom is Mike, ’80; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

Elizabeth “Betty” Harrison Ince, d’58, 83, Dec. 4 in Manhattan, where she was a teacher. In 1986 she created the Reading and Study Skills Center at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. A memorial has been established with KU Endowment. Survivors include a daughter, Barbara, a’87; a son; and two grandchildren.

Francile Aronhalt Hill, d’56, 85, Dec. 13 in Prairie Village. She taught physical education and was a docent at the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. Surviving are her husband, Harold, b’57; three daughters, two of whom are Jacqueline Hill Kueser, b’82, and Kelley Hill Scharosch, ’85; two sons; 13 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.

Patricia Felzien Hoit, n’56, 86, Dec. 29 in Denton, Texas, where she was a retired nurse. Survivors include a son and a daughter.

Edwin Howard, c’55, 86, Jan. 1 in Modesto, California, where he was a principal and teacher. Survivors include his wife, Nancy, three daughters and four grandchildren.

Richard Jackson, c’53, l’55, 87, Dec. 14 in Brush, Colorado, where he was senior vice president at Farmers State Bank. He is survived by his wife, Gloria; a son, Joel, ’85; two daughters; two stepsons; a stepdaughter; 13 grandchildren; and 19 great-grandchildren.

Norman Jones, c’51, 94, Nov. 21 in Irving, Texas, where he was a geologist and petroleum engineer. A daughter and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren survive.

Harry Jordan, b’57, 84, Dec. 15 in Mission. He was partner at an accounting firm. He is survived by his wife, June; two sons, one of whom is David, ’89; two daughters; three stepchildren; a sister; and three grandchildren.

Nicholas Kittrie, l’50, g’51, 93, Dec. 9 in Washington, D.C. He was professor emeritus of law at American University. His wife, Sara, two sons, a daughter and six grandchildren survive. 

Richard Kraus, c’59, 82, Dec. 8 in Greenfield, Massachusetts. He was a state senator and president of Cape Cod Community College. Survivors include his wife, Patricia, two sons, a stepdaughter, two stepsons and four
grandchildren.

James Frederick Kubik, b’52, l’54, 89, Jan. 4 in Wichita, where he was a retired CPA. He is survived by his wife, Christine Wiley Kubik, d’54; three daughters, one of whom is Anne Kubik Sheehy, g’92; a sister, Kathryn Kubik Dougherty, c’49; and six grandchildren.

William Love, b’50, 92, Nov. 26 in Kansas City, where he retired as a life insurance agent at MassMutual.

Jerry Lysaught, c’54, g’54, 89, Sept. 22 in Rochester, New York, where he was a professor of pediatrics and nursing at the University of Rochester. Surviving are his wife, Dolores, a daughter and four granddaughters.

James Marsh, e’58, 87, Nov. 26 in Tucson, Arizona. He lived near Washington, D.C., and was a patent attorney. He is survived by his wife, Susan; three daughters; a brother, Fred, c’65, m’69; six grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren.

Willis “Bill” Mercer, d’52, g’56, EdD’74, 87, Aug. 22 in Salina, where for 35 years he was a teacher and administrator in public schools. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy, assoc.; two sons, Stephen, d’82, and Bill, c’90; a daughter; and six grandchildren.

Jack Morris, c’54, 87, Jan. 18 in Wichita. He was retired CEO of Downing & Lahey Mortuaries. Surviving are his wife, Marlane, assoc.; three sons, two of whom are John, b’80, and Tom, b’84; two daughters, one of whom is Sandy Morris English, d’88, g’99; a sister; 14 grandchildren; and three great-granddaughters.

John Neely III, a’51, 91, Nov. 28 in Wichita, where he was president of a construction company. Survivors include his wife, LuAnne Powell Neely, f’49, d’51; a son, John IV, ’75; a daughter; and a granddaughter.

Tom Pearson, b’58, 83, Oct. 2 in Buckner, Missouri. He retired as vice president of finance at Unitog Company. Surviving are his wife, Janice, a son, two daughters, four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Philip Peterson, e’52, 88, Dec. 29 in Fair Play, South Carolina. He was a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force and later worked as a patent attorney. His wife, Patricia, a son, three grandsons and three step-grandchildren survive.

Ruby Schaulis Quarterman, d’56, 85, Dec. 17 in St. Charles, Missouri, where she was a high school art teacher. Surviving are two daughters and a grandson.

Dale Spiegel, c’50, l’52, 94, Sept. 29 in Olympia, Washington. He was a probate judge in Emporia. Three daughters, two sons and two stepdaughters survive.

Wilber Voss, m’59, 86, Nov. 29 in San Diego. He was CEO of Intergroup HMO in Tucson, Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Sandra Bettis Voss, n’59; three sons; two daughters; two sisters; and nine grandchildren.

Grant Hulse Wagner, c’58, m’64, 83, Jan. 4 in Wichita Falls, Texas. He served in the U.S. Air Force for 21 years and later led the child and adolescent unit at the North Texas State Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Carol, a son, three daughters, a sister, 16 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

1960s

Joseph Bly, c’69, 72, Nov. 22 in Lakewood, Colorado. He was a computer programmer. His partner, Michael Pirrocco, survives.

Susan Hartmetz Bonett, ’68, 83, Feb. 16 in Warrensburg, Missouri, where she directed the Trails Regional Library. She also worked at KU Libraries for several years. Survivors include her husband, Herman, g’63, PhD’76.

Corinne White Brown, d’67, 74, Dec. 27 in Kansas City, where she retired after more than 25 years at the Institute for Human Development at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. A daughter, Melissa Brown Joerger, c’93, and four grandchildren survive.

Daniel Buchman, c’68, 74, Dec. 7 in Leawood. He was a manager at International Harvester. Survivors include his wife, Judy; two daughters, one of whom is Teri Buchman Chalker, s’89; a sister; and three grandchildren. 

Helon Deanne LaGree Burnett, d’67, 75, Jan. 19 in Larned, where she was a music therapist at the state hospital. Surviving are a daughter, Georgia Burnett Martin, j’95; three sons, two of whom are Lowrey, c’96, and Brooks, j’02; two sisters; two brothers; and five grandchildren.

Ronald Daigle, c’63, g’69, 77, Oct. 30 in Kansas City, where he worked for the city for more than 55 years. 

Delores Elliott Dike, d’62, 78, Nov. 25, 2018, in Santa Clara, California, where she was a musician and active in her church. She is survived by her husband, Larry, c’61; a daughter; and two sons.

Jack Fischer, b’62, 83, Dec. 18 in Boise, Idaho. He had a long career in finance. His wife, Lynda, two sons, a daughter and several grandchildren survive.

Michael Fisher, b’69, 72, Oct. 18 in Overland Park. He lived in New Mexico for many years, where he practiced tax accounting and business law. Survivors include his wife, Linda Filby-Fisher, n’70; two sons; his parents, Kenneth, g’75, and Helen Fisher; a brother, Kenneth, b’78; four grandsons; and a step-granddaughter.

Donald Franke, e’60, 81, Nov. 24 in Raymore, Missouri, where he was a chemical engineer. Surviving are his wife, Suzan; a son, Darryl, ’90; a daughter, Angela, ’93; two brothers; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

Mary Endres Hertach, ’69, ’04, 72, Jan. 7 in Lawrence. She was a nurse educator at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and Hutchinson Community College. She is survived by two daughters, one of whom is Jennifer Hertach Lemus, d’92; a son, Justin, ’00; two sisters; two brothers; and eight grandchildren.

Mary Ann Reilly Hewitt, ’62, 79, Jan. 17 in Overland Park, where she was a homemaker and volunteered in her community. Surviving are two daughters, one of whom is Shannon Hewitt McCluskey, c’95; two brothers, Edward Reilly, c’61, and Jerry Reilly, d’70; 11 grandchildren; and a great-grandson.

Judith Gripton Jenkins, f’64, 77, Sept. 11 in Mission Viejo, California, where she was a retired piano teacher. Survivors include her husband, Thomas, e’63, g’67; a daughter; and a son.

Patricia Johnson, d’63, 79, Nov. 17 in Springfield, Missouri. She retired as a school principal in Denver. Surviving are her husband, Bob, a daughter and a brother.

Richard Lewis, c’62, g’67, 79, Dec. 4 in Dallas. He had a long career in the railroad industry. A son, a daughter and five grandchildren survive.

Ronald Manka, b’67, 75, Dec. 13 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He was an attorney and partner at Lathrop Gage. He is survived by his wife, Susan; two daughters, Kim Manka Mann, d’89, and Lora Manka Garrison, j’93; two stepsons; a stepdaughter; a brother, Richard, b’67, g’68; a sister; four grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. 

James Margolin, c’69, l’72, 72, Jan. 8 in Mission Hills, where he practiced employment and discrimination law. Survivors include his wife, Susan Layne Margolin, d’83; two sons, one of whom is Andrew, b’99, g’00; a brother, Robert, ’60; and three grandchildren.

John Mays, c’65, 77, March 29 in Auburn, California. He was an attorney and owned several businesses. A memorial to support the Alumni Association has been established with KU Endowment. Surviving are his wife, Ramona; a daughter; and a sister, Kala Mays Stroup, c’59, g’64, PhD’74.

Loring McAllister, g’66, PhD’68, 82, Nov. 11 in Afton, Minnesota, where he was a clinical psychologist. He is survived by his wife, Lucy Remple McAllister, f’58, d’60, g’67.

Sidney McKnight Jr., ’63, 78, Dec. 16 in Kansas City. He was a periodontist. Surviving are his wife, Carole Popham McKnight, d’63; a daughter, Allison McKnight Kramer, d’91; a son, Sidney III, ’93; and six grandchildren.

Lanora Bishop Moore, c’66, 77, Dec. 2 in Mission. She worked in word processing at Midwest Research Institute. A memorial has been established with KU Endowment. Surviving are a daughter, Kira Moore Barnes, c’90; and a sister, April Bishop, f’75.

Samuel Morford, c’64, 79, Dec. 8 in Omaha, Nebraska, where he became a deacon after retiring from US West. His wife, Edna, two sons, a brother, two granddaughters and a great-grandson survive.

Arlen “Ted” Mueller, j’60, 81, Nov. 21 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he retired after a 25-year career in sales. He is survived by his wife, Georgia; a son, John, b’87; a brother; and three grandchildren.

Norris Nahman, PhD’61, 93, Sept. 6 in Louisville, Colorado. He was an engineer and worked for the National Bureau of Standards. Three sons, a daughter, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive.

William O’Connell, c’60, g’62, 91, Oct. 27 in Clifton, Virginia, where he was a U.S. Navy captain and served in the Korean and Vietnam wars. His wife, Philomena, three daughters, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren survive.

Larry Perry, e’61, 83, Jan. 6 in Colorado. He had a long career in engineering and construction management. His wife, Phyllis Graf Perry, d’58; and a son, Phil, c’85, survive.

Donald Rake, e’60, 84, June 24, 2019, in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, where he retired as general manager at Beloit Millpro Services. Surviving are his wife, Jonell Brown Rake, ’56; three sons, one of whom is Gary, c’82; two daughters; 11 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

Robert Roulier, b’61, 81, Feb. 6 in Colorado Springs, Colorado, where he was a retired stockbroker. He is survived by his wife, Marcia Haines Roulier, d’61; a son; a daughter; and two brothers, Leon, b’59, l’64, and Jay, ’67.

Sylvia Vandever Scherrer, b’61, 79, Dec. 25 in Lenexa. She and her late husband, Kenneth, b’61, owned a furniture store. She is survived by three daughters, one of whom is Ilene Scherrer Hurst, ’95; and nine grandchildren.

Richard Shaffer, c’64, 77, Jan. 14 in Lawrence. He was a senior research scientist at Oread Labs. Survivors include his wife, Harriet Will Shaffer, d’65, g’91; two daughters, Susie Shaffer Fagan, j’92, and Carol Shaffer Birnbaum, d’00; a son, Steve, a’98; a brother, Robert, e’67, g’76; two sisters, Phyllis Shaffer McCart, ’75, and Pat Shaffer Owens, c’04, g’10; and six grandchildren.

Earl “Hap” Thompson, e’61, 81, Dec. 8 in Jacksonville, Florida, where he worked in the oil industry. Surviving are his wife, June, a son, three daughters and seven grandchildren.

1970s

Rich Brown, ’71, 71, Feb. 24 in Olathe. Affectionately known as “Pizza Pete,” he spent his entire career in the pizza business, including 21 years at The Wheel in Lawrence. A sister survives. 

Ronald Darcey, b’72, 70, Jan. 30 in Wichita. He was a comptroller at Tyson Foods. His wife, Virginia, two sons and a brother survive. 

Dorothy “Dottie” Welty Harder, g’79, 89, Nov. 15 in Topeka. She directed admissions at Washburn University School of Law. Survivors include a son, a daughter and two grandchildren.

Richard Hoover, e’71, 71, Dec. 21 in Northport, Michigan, where he was president of Asian operations at Dow Corning Corp. He is survived by his wife, Beth Frankel Hoover, c’71; a son, Richard, c’98, ’99; a daughter; two sisters, Leslie, ’68, and Alicia Hoover Rieder, d’73; and five grandchildren.

James Mills, PhD’72, 82, Jan. 7 in Johnson City, Tennessee, where he was a professor of art at East Tennessee State University. Surviving are a son, a daughter and a granddaughter. 

James Sheldon, j’75, 66, Sept. 12 in Kansas City. He was executive director of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Two sons, a sister and three grandchildren survive.

Ervin Sims, e’70, 72, Jan. 6 in Kansas City, where he was a bishop and pastor at Mt. Carmel Church of God in Christ. He is survived by his wife, Mary; a son; two daughters; and two brothers, David, b’79, and Timothy, ’87.

1980s

Lawrence Albani, m’86, 62, Jan. 8 in Liberty, Missouri, where he was a urologist. Surviving are his wife, Linda; two daughters, Lauren, c’07, and Elizabeth Albani McGregor, c’14, j’14, g’18, g’19; a son, Michael, c’10, l’13; two brothers, one of whom is Frank, m’77; and a granddaughter.

Paul Benne, p’88, 54, Dec. 7 in Manhattan. He served in the U.S. Army for nearly 25 years as a public health officer. A memorial has been established with KU Endowment. He is survived by his wife, Christine; three sons, one of whom is Gage, e’19; a daughter; his father, William, e’61; two brothers, Duane, b’90, and Mark, e’93; and two grandchildren.

Noelle Applegate Fox, j’89, ’98, 53, Jan. 4 in Hays. She served on the board of directors for the Kansas Children’s Service League and the Lied Center. Survivors include two daughters; her parents, Francis, c’51, m’55, and Haven Moore Applegate, n’55; and two brothers, one of whom is Darin Applegate, ’83.

Shaun Schamerhorn, c’88, 54, Jan. 24 in Overland Park. He was a sales representative at Standard Beverage. His wife, Deann, his mother, a sister and a brother survive.

1990s

John Impens, b’90, 52, Jan. 6 in Overland Park, where he worked at Sunflower Bank. Survivors include his wife, Heather, two sons, his parents and a sister.

UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY

Margaret “Hodgie” Shaw Bricke, PhD’72, 80, Jan. 19 in Lawrence. She retired as assistant vice provost of international programs after more than 25 years at KU. Surviving are her husband, Jack, assoc.; a son; two sisters, one of whom is Mary Shaw, d’81; a brother; and a granddaughter.

Vernon Chamberlin, g’53, PhD’57, 95, Jan. 25 in Lawrence, where he was a professor of Spanish for nearly 30 years. Survivors include his wife, Marilyn Groom Chamberlin, n’54; a daughter, Marlene, c’85; a son, Mark, ’85; and a granddaughter.

Martin Dickinson, c’60, 81, Jan. 5 in Estes Park, Colorado. He served as dean of the School of Law from 1971 to 1980 and led the funding and planning of the new Green Hall. In 1986 he was named the Robert A. Schroeder Distinguished Professor of Law. A memorial has been established with KU Endowment. He is survived by his wife, Sallie; a daughter, Nancy, c’87; a son, James, c’89, m’93; a sister, Margaret Dickinson Schnackenberg, c’51; two grandchildren; and seven step-grandchildren.

Edward Donatelle, 97, Jan. 1 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He was professor emeritus of family medicine at the School of Medicine-Wichita. Survivors include three daughters, two sons, 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

Earl Nehring, 99, Jan. 31 in Lawrence. He was a professor of political science and chaired the department from 1972 to 1981. Surviving are a son, Neil, c’78, g’80; a daughter, Nancy, f’80; and four grandchildren.

William Paschke, 73, Dec. 11 in Lawrence, where he was professor emeritus of mathematics. He is survived by his wife, Barbara, ’81; and a sister.

ASSOCIATES

Loraine Lindenbaum, assoc., 84, Oct. 7 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. Surviving are a son, Jeffry, c’80; two daughters, one of whom is Ann Lindenbaum Gutkin, d’84, l’87; a brother; and six grandchildren. 

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