ALUMNI


ROBERT MELVILLE MONCRIEF, Kailua, Hawaii, age 71, Aug. 25.

SARAH “SALLY” S. AYERS, ’35, Seattle, age 96, Dec. 1.

THOMAS NEIL ROSS, ’36, age 101, Dec. 1.

MARGARET ANN STEWART MILLER, ’38, Portland, Ore., age 94, Oct. 3.

DORIS LINCOLN TREPP, ’38, Seattle, age 93, Nov. 15.

WILLIAM “PETE” H.P. DRUMMOND, ’39, Boise, Idaho, age 93, Nov. 25.

IRA H. ALEXANDER, ’40, Seattle, age 92, Aug. 3.

VIRGINIA L. BRAND, ’40, Redmond, age 92, Sept. 16.

JOHN DICK EICHER, ’40, Seattle, age 92, Nov. 20.

PHYLLIS RUTH CLARKE GOODLOE, ’40, Seattle, age 93, Nov. 16.

HARRY E. MCCORMACK, ’40, Enumclaw, age 95, Nov. 25.

ALEXANDER B. TIDBALL, ’40, Bellingham, age 92, June 17.

LORRAINE L. TROOP, ’40, Seattle, age 91, Nov. 20.

ELIZABETH BARLOW, ’41, Port Angeles, age 90, Oct. 1.

ROBERT H. “BOB” FLETCHER, ’41, Union, age 90, Sept. 25.

BEATRICE “BONNY” HENTSCHELL, ’41, Seattle, age 80, Sept. 28.

VIVIAN SNIDER JOHNSTON, ’41, Mercer Island, age 91, Sept. 14.

WALLACE LIPPY OVENS JR., ’41, Mercer Island, age 90, Nov. 28.

MERIKO TESHIROGI, ’42, Seattle, age 90, Dec. 2.

LENORA ANN FITTING, ’44, Seattle, age 92, Nov. 24.

ROBERT BALLARD “BOB” KENNEDY, ’45, Klamath Falls, Ore., age 90, Oct. 14.

CLARENCE I. DANIEL, ’47, ’58, Seattle, age 91, Oct. 12.

SHIRLEY TORRANCE LINCOLN, ’47, Medina, age 85, Nov. 29.

NORMAN E. WEEKS, ’47, Seattle, age 91, May 30.

JOHN B. CROSETTO JR., ’48, Bellevue, age 87, Oct. 12.

JAMES HENRY LEEDS, ’48, Issaquah, age 90, Sept. 19.

MALCOLM EARL McLAREN, ’48, Seattle, age 89, Sept. 18.

ELIZABETH B. PATTERSON, ’48, Touchet, age 85, Dec. 7.

WILLIAM DOUGLAS PRATT, ’48, Bellevue, age 83, Nov. 7.

HAROLD K. ROE, ’48, Seattle, age 85, Nov. 1.

ROBERT DONALD “BOB” GROSS, ’49, ’54, Seattle, age 90, Nov. 14.

CHARLES HENRY RUPPRECHT JR., ’49, Seattle, age 84, Oct. 5.

COSMO T. “TOM” ROCKEY, ’49, Seattle, age 82, Nov. 1.

ROY OWEN BORDNER, ’50, Seattle, age 88, Sept. 20.

JAY JOSEPH FRIEDMAN, ’50, Enumclaw, age 88, Nov. 20.

IORWERTH MEIRION JONES, ’50, Kenmore, age 82, Dec. 4.

ROBERT “BOB” WALTER KRAMER, ’50, Seattle, age 89, Oct. 19.

WILLIAM S. MAR, ’49, age 92, Dec. 16.

MICHAEL WEAVER JR., ’50, Bellevue, age 82, Oct. 18.

GORDON OLIVER ROBERTS, ’51, Seattle, age 85, Sept. 29.

LEON A. UZIEL, ’51, ’55, Seattle, age 84, Nov. 20.

WILLIAM QUINN MARSHALL, ’52, ’55, Kenmore, age 81, Nov. 30.

BUD H. ROBINSON, ’52, Gresham, Ore., age 80, Nov. 25.

JOHN WILLIAM ZEVENBERGEN SR., ’52, Woodway, age 84, Nov. 23.

LaVERNE JOY GIERKE, ’53, Shoreline, age 93, Nov. 22.

JAMES R. IVERSON, ’53, Woodinville, age 84, Sept. 24.

TOM KOENNINGER, ’53, Vancouver, Wash., age 78, Sept. 30.

WILLIAM TRUMAN PARISH, ’53, Bellevue, age 78.

ELDON CLYDE PARR, ’53, Oakland, Calif., age 84, Nov. 2.

KIM ROBERT ELLIS BLUNT, ’54, Everett, age 78, Nov. 22.

BERTRAM I. ROWLAND, ’54, Hillsborough, Calif., age 80, Oct. 28.

CYRIL “CY” E. HART, ’55, Seattle, age 82, Sept. 26.

ROBERT L. “LEM” RIDDELL, ’55, Seattle, age 87, Nov. 1.

WILLIAM EDWARD YOUNG, ’55, Shelton, age 84, Nov. 26.

WILLIAM KURTZ, ’56, Seattle, age 76, Dec. 7.

RONALD E. PATNOE, ’56, Tucson, Ariz., age 76, Nov. 17.

GERALD GENE VAN SLYCK, ’56, Kirkland, age 79, Oct. 1.

HARRY W. WARREN, ’56, age 81, Oct. 7.

COLVIN W. “SCOTTY” GLENN, ’57, Seattle, age 82, Nov. 3.

CLIFFORD G. ANDERSON, ’58, Shoreline, age 79, Nov. 17.

MARY LYNN DAVIN BAIRD, ’58, Redmond, age 73, Oct. 8.

GERALD “GERRY” KOICHIRO NAKATA, ’58, Mercer Island, age 74, Nov. 1.

JAMES McDONALD STEWART, ’58, McConnellsburg, Pa., age 79, Sept. 9.

JAMES ENDEN, ’59, ’62, Lake Tapps, age 73, Nov. 21.

LAVERNE E. HOWEILER, ’59, Wenatchee, age 80, Nov. 25.

BEN SAKAI, ’59, Sammamish, age 84, July 24.

JANET KEARNS TONER, ’60, Bellevue, age 71, Sept. 9.

EUNICE L. SCHMIDT, ’62, Colorado Springs, Colo., age 89, Nov. 29.

J. DARRYL SEYBERT, ’62, Seattle, age 72, Nov. 22.

WILLIAM DEAN WALTER, ’62, Seattle, age 81, Nov. 10.

DIANE RATHBUN MOODY, ’63, Seattle, age 69, July 29.

MARIAN LAIL THOMPSON ARLIN, ’64, Redmond, age 90, Sept. 19.

BARBARA JEAN BROOKE MATTY, ’65, Kirkland, age 67, Oct. 18.

CRAIG RUNIONS, ’65, Shoreline, age 67, Oct. 13.

DARRYL WARDEN TAPP, ’65, Shoreline, age 72, Nov. 7.

ALLEN EDWARD DOAN, ’66, Issaquah, age 76, Sept. 27.

MURPHY R. BARTON, ’68, Des Moines, age 73, Nov. 1.

ZANE L. GOLDMANIS, ’68, ’71, Seattle, July 22.

JAMES F. VATN, ’68, Seattle, age 66, Nov. 7.

MARITA A. STRENA, ’69, Tacoma, age 63, Oct. 20.

KATHERINE A. WARREN, ’69, ’70, Seattle, age 63, Oct. 23.

LINDA R. CHIU-CONNELLY, ’70, Seattle, age 62, Nov. 7.

DANIEL RICHARD DIERKS, ’71, Seattle, age 63, Dec. 2.

JERRY P. GEORGE, ’71, Bainbridge Island, Sept. 2.

NORMA FRANCES NAIDEN, ’71, Ferndale, age 94, Nov. 26.

JONATHAN B. HANAN, ’72, Redmond, age 63, Dec. 13.

GARY WILLIAM LINSTEDT, ’72, Redmond, age 60, Oct. 26.

JEFFREY S. GUINN, ’73, Seattle, age 60, Oct. 30.

ALAN DEE OGILVIE, ’73, Seattle, age 59, Oct. 18.

RUTH WILSON BENNETT, ’75, Port Townsend, age 92, Sept. 6.

KELLY CULLEN, ’75, Oceanside, Calif., age 57, Nov. 13.

PETER A. GOMES JR., ’75, Auburn, age 82, Oct. 17.

ABDULLAH AL-HATLANI, ’76, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, age 57, Oct. 27.

DAVID FLORES, ’76, Seattle, age 61, Dec. 3.

JOHN L. HUTSELL, ’77, Vancouver, Wash., age 88, Sept. 27.

NEAL DOUGLAS MOLLOY JR., ’77, Vienna, Va., age 58, Sept. 26.

MICHAEL REECE, ’78, Mercer Island, age 58, Nov. 5.

KATHERINE PETERS RUSH, ’78, Seattle, Nov. 5.

CHERYL ANNE SOMMER SHERBURNE, ’80, Issaquah, age 52, Oct. 9.

ROSEMARIE “REE” LONG, ’81, Pensacola, Fla., age 54, Sept. 13.

RONALD DUANE SYRIA, ’81, Seattle, age 51, Sept. 26.

KATHERINE F. BAHR, ’82, Denver, age 90, Sept. 12.

LARRY MICHAEL FEHR, ’83, Snoqualmie, age 58, Oct. 30.

SANDRA E. JURICH, ’83, Federal Way, age 64, Oct. 9.

DAVID R. NITCHALS, ’83, Wenatchee, age 51, Nov. 25.

JEFFREY STEVEN MILLER, ’84, Prineville, Ore., age 48, Oct. 12.

GREGORY A. CRAWFORD, ’86, Seattle, age 51, Oct. 16.

BRUCE CAMERON McCULLOCH, ’87, Greenbank, age 50, Nov. 17.

ROBIN LESLIE de VICK PORTER, ’87, Los Angeles, age 48, Sept. 27.

LAUREL AMTOWER, ’89, ’93, Encinitas, Calif., age 44, Aug. 29.

SIMON SOONG, ’89, Seattle, age 54, Nov. 8.

KAREN NICKEL, ’90, Oakland, Calif., age 49, Oct. 5.

JENNIFER BROOKS JOHNSTONE, ’96, Kirkland, age 36, Oct. 16.

FACULTY & FRIENDS


RALPH D. ANDERSON, ’51, a Seattle architect who was considered one of the founding fathers of the Northwest Style of architecture, died Oct. 24. He also played a key role in the preservation of Pioneer Square. He was 86.

BAIRD M. BARDARSON, ’55, a graduate of the then-young UW School of Medicine who was the first chief of staff at Valley Medical Center in Renton, died Oct. 28. He was 84.

JAMES M. BEALE, professor of theory and composition at the UW School of Music from 1948 to 1994, died Nov. 4. He served as the school’s acting director from 1983–84 and the summers of 1994–95. Beale was also a composer and a graduate of Yale University and Harvard College, where he studied under Aaron Copland and Irving Fine. He was 86.

MARTIN NICHOLS CHAMBERLAIN, ’36, who worked for the UW’s Continuing Education Division for 17 years and also served as division director, died Nov. 7. He later was director of the Peace Corps’ East Africa division and dean of University Extension at the University of California, San Diego. He was 96.

JAY GREGORY DASH, former professor of physics, died Nov. 28. Before joining the UW, he worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory. After retiring from the UW, he continued to teach physics in the UW’s Early Entrance Program. He was 87.

GEORGE MEADE EMORY, founding director of the UW law school’s Graduate Tax Program and professor emeritus of law, died Oct. 8. He also was an assistant to the commissioner of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. He was 79.

ALEX FEFER, ’69, retired UW professor of medicine and medical oncology, and an original member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, died Oct. 3. He was a member of the pioneering Seattle bone-marrow transplant team that developed transplantation as a therapy for leukemia, lymphoma and other blood cancers. He was 72.

MELVIN FIGLEY, who helped build the UW Department of Radiology, died June 7. Figley was recruited to the UW in 1958 to found the department in the then-new UW School of Medicine. In honor of his service, the Department of Radiology established an endowed professorship in his name and dedicated the Melvin M. Figley, M.D., Radiology-Medicine Conference Room. He was 89.

LIONEL J. FRIEDMAN, who spent from 1962 to 1991 as professor of Romance languages, died Nov. 28. He earned his Ph.D. at Harvard and taught at the University of Indiana before joining the UW. He was 89.

KERMIT L. GARLID, who spent 40 years on the faculty of the Department of Chemical Engineering, died Sept. 22. He helped build the UW Department of Nuclear Engineering and became its chairman in 1986. He also was associate dean of the College of Engineering and vice provost. He was 81.

HARRISON L. GRATHWOHL, who taught marketing at the Foster School of Business from 1958 to 1983, died Oct. 9. He was 81.

GEORGE HOOD, ’47, the Secretary of Education’s regional representative under President Reagan, died April 2. After serving in the Army during World War II, he worked in management for Pacific NW Bell for more than 35 years before he was appointed to the government position. His uncle, William Goodwin, coached the first UW football and crew teams. His grandfather, Marion Hay, was governor of Washington from 1909-13. He was 89.

CHARLES JACOB KIPPENHAN, who taught mechanical engineering and chaired the Department of Mechanical Engineering, died Sept. 23. He was 90.

KEN LEHMAN, UW baseball coach from 1964 to 1971, died Dec. 4. The Seattle native turned down an offer to play for the Huskies to sign a contract with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1946. After his playing career, he joined the UW in 1964 and compiled a record of 96-177 with the Huskies. He was 82.

LOUIS G. MARSH, ’49, who established the Marsh Family Foundation and was a major philanthropist to the UW, died Nov. 30. He was also a big supporter of the Seattle Symphony, the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet. He was 87.

BURDETTE CRAIG MCCLELLAND, who with her husband, John A. McClelland Jr., supported ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists), which aids UW science majors, died Oct. 4. She also was a major supporter of the Henry Art Gallery. She was 91.

ERNEST EUGENE MILLS, who spent 34 years as a broadcast engineer at the UW, died Dec. 6. He was 69.

JOE PURYEAR, ’96, one of America’s elite alpinists, died Oct. 27 while attempting to make the second ascent of 24,170-foot Labuche Kang in Tibet. In addition to being a mountain climber, he was a guidebook writer and photographer. He also worked as a climbing ranger at Mount Rainier National Park and had climbed in the Andes, Patagonia, the Himalayas, the Alps and Alaska. He was 37.

STEPHEN A. REYNOLDS, ’82, a research scientist for the Ocean Physics Group at the UW’s Applied Physics Laboratory, died Nov. 2. He helped establish a foundation to support teachers at Seattle’s Nathan Hale High School, where he was a volunteer. He was 59.

LAWRENCE WILETS, who spent 37 years as a professor of physics at the UW, died recently. He joined the UW in 1958 and taught until his retirement in 1995. He published two books and more than 180 papers on atomic, nuclear and particle physics.

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