ALUMNI

ARTHUR K. HENNING, Kent, Oct. 9.

WILLIAM A. BAIN, Mercer Island, age 88, Dec. 8.

MARIE LOUISE “MAMIE” (LEGAZ) BERNIER, ’32, ’33, Seattle, age 100, Oct. 16.

JEAN A. McCULLOCH, ’38, Yakima, age 95, Dec. 5.

JANE PORTER BERKEY, ’39, Mercer Island, age 96, July 12.

JANE DANNHEISER WYNHOFF, ’39, Spokane, age 93, Oct. 26.

BARBARA KING WALTON, ’40, ’60, Seattle, age 91, Oct. 3.

RALPH ESKENAZI, ’41, Seattle, age 98, Oct. 17.

GEORGE EDGAR BARTLETT, ’43, Chapel Hill, N.C., age 90, Aug. 21.

MARILYN HUDSON DAVIS, ’43, Seattle, age 90, Nov. 27.

JOCELYN CLISE HORDER, ’44, Poulsbo, age 88, Nov. 18.

BARBARA CORRINE (GROVE) LERCH, ’44, Yuba City, Calif., age 89, Nov. 12.

HOWARD JOHN “CRITCH” CRITCHFIELD, ’46, ’47, ’52, Bellingham, age 90, Nov. 17.

JO ANNE H. MEYERS, ’46, Issaquah, age 84, Nov. 25.

JOHN WILLIAM ALLEN, ’47, ’49, Bremerton, age 88, Oct. 30.

WILLIAM BURNETT CHRISTENSEN, ’47, Des Moines, age 89, Nov. 22.

PATRICIA ANN McCAIN, ’47, Vaughn, age 86, Oct. 9.

MARILYN C. McMASTER, ’47, Seattle, age 86, Aug. 30.

ANN G. SEGALE, ’47, Seattle, age 86, Oct. 5.

E. GENE TRENEER, ’47, Seattle, age 88, Oct. 7.

ROBERT F. KRUSE, ’48, Seattle, age 91, Dec. 7.

GILBERT K. SCHALLER, ’48, ’52, Federal Way, age 87, Dec. 23.

JOSEPH USHIO HAMANAKA, ’49, ’50, ’08, Seattle, age 89, Sept. 7.

W. JAMES HEUER, ’49, Kenmore, age 87, Dec. 6.

ROBERT LOUIS RUNKEL, ’49, Bellevue, age 85, Dec. 4.

WILLIAM THOR SKARTVEDT, ’49, Seattle, age 91, Nov. 19.

BARBARA J. HURLEY, ’50, Freeland, age 86, Sept. 12.

ROY E. JUBERG, ’50, Des Moines, age 86, Sept. 28.

ALLEN JEROME MORGAN, ’50, Freeland, age 86, Sept. 12.

MARSHALL T. “PETER” PALMER, ’50, ’51, Seattle, age 83, Sept. 14.

ROBERT R. PIERCE, ’50, Seattle, age 86, Sept. 13.

ARNOLD B. ROBBINS, ’50, Bellevue, age 83, Sept. 25.

ROBERT E. BARR, ’51, Tukwila, age 84, Oct. 4.

MONA LOUISE BIDDLE, ’51, Medina, age 85, Sept. 24.

NORMAN CHANEY, ’51, ’54, Garden, Idaho, age 85, Dec. 27.

ANKER I. MOLVER, ’51, Shoreline, age 89, Nov. 11.

JOSE D. MONTANA, ’51, Seattle, age 86.

KENNETH ROLAND ANDERSON, ’52, Stanwood, age 86, July 18.

BRUCE CROCKER CAMPBELL, ’52, Bellevue, age 89, Nov. 29.

MARY LOIS FENDLER, ’52, Bothell, age 82, Oct. 24.

DIANE M. HAGAN, ’52, Kirkland, age 81, Oct. 12.

DONALD C. PIERCE, ’52, ’57, Kennewick, age 84, Oct. 5.

DOUGLAS PHILLIP HANER, ’53, Shoreline, age 81, Nov. 29.

BARBARA WAKEMAN KILBORN, ’53, Seattle, age 79, Dec. 3.

DOUGLAS HANNER, ’53, Shoreline, age 81, Nov. 29.

HARUTO SEKIJIMA, ’53, Bellevue, age 86, Sept. 12.

BENJAMIN ISSEI SUGAWARA, ’53, Seattle, age 91, Dec. 9.

JOHN W. GALLINGER, ’54, Carson City, Nev., age 88, June 30.

JERAULD DOUGLAS MILLER, ’55, Mill Creek, age 77, Oct. 29.

ALAN THOMAS SIMMONS, ’55, Federal Way, age 81, Oct. 30.

DANIEL H. CAHILL, ’56, Bellevue, age 91, Sept. 26.

LORRIN W. JOHNSON, ’56, Bellevue, age 91, Oct. 30.

ALICE ANN WEIRCH TRONQUET, ’56, Seattle, age 90, Oct. 30.

GEORGE “BARLOW” DAY, ’57, Beaux Arts, age 81, Dec. 2.

JOHN PAUL DEMPSEY, ’57, Puyallup, Nov. 2011.

TED G. PETERSON JR. ’57, Seattle, age 77, Aug. 28.

SARAH JANE WHITE, ’57, Mercer Island, age 66, Aug. 11.

JEAN COCHREN TRENKO LANCE, ’58, Mountlake Terrace, age 78, Aug. 16.

CLAUDE GREEN SANDERS, ’58, Seattle, age 80, Oct. 4.

DONALD LOUIS KENKMAN, ’59, Bellevue, age 79, Sept. 6.

WILLIAM H. RUBIDGE, ’59, ’64, Tacoma, age 76, Dec. 12.

R. GARY BAUGHN, ’60, Edmonds, age 73, Oct. 1.

ROBERT M. HODGES, ’60, Seattle, age 87, Nov. 19.

MARIE ANNETTE CONNORS, ’61, Seattle, age 98, Oct. 3.

WILLIAM F. WITHAM, ’62, Woodinville, age 73, Oct. 3.

BRENT PETER SLETMOE, ’63, ’68, ’91, Shoreline, age 71, Dec. 2.

RICHARD HAROLD WESSMAN, ’63, Rockville, Md., age 69, Nov. 4.

PATSY ERICKSON SCOTT, ’64, Shoreline, age 71, Dec. 15.

DENNIS HUGH McPOLAND, ’65, ’66, ’70, Redmond, age 69, Sept. 2.

MARIAN McEWAN FISKEN BYSE, ’70, Port Angeles, age 65, Sept. 11.

CHARLES C. LAMBERT, ’70, Seattle, age 76, June 1.

BRIGITTE BJORN, ’72, Edmonds, age 81, Sept. 7.

LYLE “SKIP” HARTJE, ’72, Lake Forest Park, age 61.

VICTOR L. HAYES, ’74, Lynnwood, age 64, Nov. 29.

DAVID BRUCE PARKINSON, ’76, ’79, Redmond, age 57, Nov. 12.

BARBARA HOUK WORTHINGTON, ’77, Seattle, age 57, Dec. 4.

BRENDA VANDER LUGT, ’79, ’82, Warm Beach, age 59, Dec. 3.

RUTH YOUNG, ’80, Mercer Island, age 54, Sept. 7.

YIM-MEI CHAN, ’81, Bellevue, age 57, Feb. 2011.

KENNETH ALAN SCHIFFLER, ’81, ’84, ’86, Seattle, age 52, Dec. 3.

JAY MICHAEL GUNDERSON, ’82, age 56, Los Angeles.

LAURA T. BRANDSTROM, ’83, Shoreline, age 51, Oct. 27.

MARC LARSEN, ’84, ’91, Bellevue, age 49, Oct. 22.

STEVE TAYLOR, ’88, Maple Valley, age 59, Dec. 6.

DOUGLAS JACK F. KUHN, ’88, Antelope, Ore., age 46, Dec. 2.

JON EARL WAGONER, ’91, Seattle, age 45, Nov. 11.

ELIZABETH ANNE McCREADY, ’99, Redmond, age 55, Sept. 7.

MEEGAN JEAN PASSE, ’03, Seattle, age 32, Aug. 27.

PETER D. STARRS, ’10, San Francisco, age 24, Dec. 3.

FACULTY & FRIENDS

HELEN DENISE ADAMS, who taught accounting at the Foster School of Business, died Nov. 25. She was 58.

MARION ISABEL “MIMI” BLEDSOE, ’36, who supported programs in the Foster School of Business, died Nov. 25. She was 93.

FRANK PAUL BRANCATO, an associate professor of medicine who taught medical interns and residents, died Sept. 14. He was 96.

BENJAMIN SMYTH BRYANT, ’48, a longtime UW forestry professor, died Nov. 14. During his tenure as a professor in the College of Forest Resources from 1952 to 1987, Bryant and his students developed a simple, hand-operated press for making fuel briquettes from agricultural residues. His work helped people in developing countries by giving them a means to develop a low-cost way to produce fuel while saving the environment from deforestation. He was 88.

GORDON CLINTON, ’42, ’47, mayor of Seattle from 1956 to 1964, died Nov. 19. He was 91.

JACK ROBERT CORKERY, ’39, a longtime donor and a Husky season-ticket holder for 55 years, died Dec. 15 at age 94.

PATRICIA BARNEY CORWIN, ’49, ’56, the first woman to graduate as a ceramic engineer from the UW, died Sept. 13. She was 84.

GORDON CHARLES GREEN, who donated funds in honor of his mother to create the Sarah Simonds Green Conservatory at UW Bothell, died Nov. 3. He was 89.

CHARLES E. HAWLEY, ’84, who taught classes at the UW in long-term care policy, died Sept. 29. He was 59.

FRANCES LOUISE GILMORE HILEN, who, along with her late husband, donated a priceless collection of 19th century Americana literature and created an endowment which funds the acquisition of such works at the UW, died Oct. 9. She was 97.

DAVID ALAN HINDSON, who developed a medical residency training program in Boise that was part of the School of Medicine’s WWAMI program, died Oct. 22. He was 64.

RON HOLMES, All-American Husky defensive lineman who played eight years in the NFL, died Oct. 27. He was 48.

JERMAINE E. MAGNUSON, widow of the late U.S. Sen. Warren Magnuson, ’29, died Oct. 14. She led efforts to create the Warren G. and Jermaine Magnuson UW Health Sciences Scholars Endowed Program.

LEE ANNE McGONAGLE MALOTT, ’61, a faculty member in the Medical Technology program and the UW’s Department of Laboratory Medicine, died Oct. 15. She was 72.

ANDREW MORITZ, ’00, a Husky basketball player from 1996 to 1999, died Nov. 26. He was 33.

LUCIEN E. MORRIS, who in 1954 was the UW’s fi rst anesthesiology professor, died Nov. 15. He was 96.

T. KEITH PATRICK, ’57, who with his family sponsored dozens of graduate students through FIUTS, a UW student exchange program, died Dec. 1. He was 78.

JAMES A. PULLIAM, ’59, who taught pedodontics and supervised dental clinics at the UW, died Oct. 4. He was 80.

CYRUS E. RUBIN, professor emeritus of medicine and pathology who served the UW from 1952 to 1992, died Dec. 19. He was an international authority on celiac disease. He was 90.

WILLIAM O. ROBERTSON, who founded the Washington Poison Center and was once chair of the UW Department of Pediatrics, died Nov. 30. He was 86.

ARCHIE SATTERFIELD, ’70, a former journalist and author, died Nov. 21. He was 78.

TONY SAVAGE, ’55, a criminal defense lawyer who represented some of the Pacific Northwest’s most notorious killers, died Jan. 3. He was 81.

VICTOR B. SCHEFFER, ’30, ’32, ’36, a retired senior biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and recipient of the UW’s Alumnus Summa Laude Dignatus Award in 1977, died Sept. 20. He lectured at the UW, and was chairman of the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission from 1973 to 1976.

SAMUEL STANLEY SR., ’51, ’54, an anthropologist who helped create and direct the Center for the Study of Man at the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum, died Nov. 26. He was 88.

DAVIDA “VIDA” Y. TELLER, a UW professor of Psychology and Physiology- Biophysics who forged a career in science at a time when it was uncommon for a woman to do so, died in October. She was 73.

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