MARY MARROW NUCKOLS, '31, Seattle, age 100.

MARIAN WARD, '32, Wilsonville, Ore., age 96, Aug. 28.

BETTY WYNN ONSTAD, '33, Seattle, age 88, Aug. 30.

SYDNEY KOSSEN, '38, Lakeport, Calif., age 93, Sept. 2.

CHARLES F. HADD SR., '39, Phoenix, age 92, June 8.

FREDERICK L. HOTES, '40, Oroville, Calif., age 90, June 8.

PATRICIA C. COPLEN, '41, Westport, Conn., age 89, Aug. 26.

WILLIAM ROTH, '41, '50, '56, Seattle, age 89, July 20.

ALAN LURIE, '42, Kirkland, age 88, Sept. 21.

HARRIETTE deMERS ROWE, '42, '57, Olympia, age 98, Sept. 26.

JAMES L. ELLINGER, '43, Yakima, age 87, June 22.

HELEN SWANBERG RIDEAN, '44, Seattle, age 86, Sept. 5.

VIRGINIA LOUISE SWERK, '45, Edmonds, age 86, July 24.

JOSEPHINE ANN OASS STOREY, '46, Seattle, age 87, Aug. 27.

JORGENE HOPPER GIOVANELLI, '48, Mercer Island, age 83, Aug. 6.

THOMAS S. KELLY, '48, Seattle, age 87, Sept. 12.

PETER M. McLELLAN, '48, Mill Creek, age 81, July 18.

GENE KARN WILSON, '48, Seattle, age 82, July 6.

GLENN O. YOUNG, '48, Bellevue, age 85, July 29.

WILLIAM G. HORROBIN, '49, Redmond, age 83, June 18.

MARIANNE MYERS, '49, Point Richmond, Calif., age 80, June 16.

ROY F. COPE, '50, '54, Seattle, age 84, Sept. 15.

FREDERICK JOSEPH GALENO, '50, Bellevue, age 83, Aug. 19.

ALLEN W. DAHL, '51, Bainbridge Island, age 81, June 18.

PATRICK THOMAS MALLAHAN, '51, Bellevue, age 85, Aug. 29.

HONORA BOULEY MOORE, '51, Santa Fe, N.M., age 95, Aug. 26.

ROBERT D. MORROW, '51, Issaquah, age 84, Aug. 25.

GORDON EMANUEL PEDERSEN, '51, Seattle, age 92, Aug. 25.

RICHARD BYRD SWARTZ, '51, Bellevue, age 79, Sept. 10.

DONALD J. HESCH, '52, '56, Seattle, age 78, Sept. 17.

FRANCES GRAVES McTAGGART, '52, Seattle, age 78, March 12.

RONALD GEORGE DOHRN, '53, '56, Renton, age 78, Aug. 26.

DONNA LOIS GAMBLE, '53, '59, '60, Seattle, age 79, Aug. 26.

LEROY GAMBLE, '53, Seattle, age 81, Aug. 25.

LAURON EDMUND LINDSTROM, '54, La Conner, age 77, June 19.

SHIGEO NAGASAWA, '55, age 85, Sept. 29.

CORNELIA ANN ROCHE, '55, Omak, age 77, June 20.

WILLIAM GEORGE STEVENSON, '55, '68, Shoreline, age 85, July 9.

JACQUE MAYO, '56, Edmonds, age 78, Aug. 26.

JIM HAWORTH EGGLESTON, '57, '63, Manchester, age 80, July 31.

NANCI LAING HERTZOG, '57, '69, Orting, age 78, Aug. 8.

ELEANOR E. STILL, '57, Seattle, age 101, Aug. 24.

MARY ELLEN HANLEY, '58, Seattle, age 80, Aug. 17.

JAMES Y. CHINN, '60, Mountain View, Calif., age 76, July 10.

ALLEN I. DRYSCH, '62, Beverly Hills, Calif., age 82, June 24.

EVA HAGEMEYER, '67, '70, Bellevue, age 79, Aug. 14.

DIANA MAYHEW ROGERS, '67, Kent, age 74, July 17.

GRETEL MOTULSKY, '68, Seattle, age 85, Sept. 17.

PHILLIP D. NOBLE, '68, '71, Bellevue, age 62, June 21.

MICHAEL STUART MOWRER, '69, Mercer Island, age 62, Aug. 24.

ROGER WALTER VEINUS, '69, '75, Seattle, age 61, Sept. 14.

ABE ZELIKOVSKY, '69, Bellevue, age 77, Sept. 8.

JEANIE HOLMQUIST IRVINE, '72, '77, Indianola, age 59, Sept. 6.

INGER M. HEIDEMAN, '74, Seattle, age 84, June 13.

DOUGLAS G. WISDORF, '76, Seattle, age 55, Sept. 17.

KENNETH E. PETTY, '79, Seattle, age 57, June 15.

REINHART D. COOK, '81, Vashon Island, age 58, Aug. 5.

PHILIP PERRY, '81, Victoria, Australia, age 81.

NANCY MELTZER, '84, Seattle, age 65, Sept. 30.

DONALD D. KUHN, '88, Seattle, age 49, Sept. 6.

MEAGHAN M. HICKS, '04, Gig Harbor, age 28, Jan. 30.

THEODORE ALAN MILLER, '07, Kent, age 28, May 16.

FACULTY AND FRIENDS

DOUGLAS STEVENS COOK, '68, '90, a UW professor of social work who was an advocate for people with developmental disabilities, died Sept. 10. He was director of social work at the UW Center for Human Development and Disability. He was 63.

MICHAEL DAILEY, an art professor who taught at the UW from 1963-1998, died Sept. 9. A celebrated painter, he was known for transforming landscapes into works of abstraction. He mentored countless UW art students. He was 71.

ELOISE GIBLETT, '42, '47, '51, a professor of medicine whose research on blood made transfusions safer, died Sept. 16. She worked at the UW from 1955-1987. Her research helped make bone-marrow transplants successful and led to her discovery of the first recognized immunodeficiency disease. She was 88.

FRANK HANAWALT, '48, a major proponent of civil rights who served the Seattle Public School District for more than 30 years, died Aug. 18. While principal of Garfield High School in 1961, he welcomed Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to speak, shrugging off death threats and hate mail. Throughout his career he actively promoted a number of human rights causes. He may be best known as the principal who expelled a student named Jimi Hendrix for skipping classes in 1960. After retiring in 1981, he headed the Saul & Dayee G. Haas Foundation, which offers grants to schools across the state. He was 87.

RYAN JOB, a former UW student and Navy SEAL who was blinded by a sniper's bullet in Iraq, died Sept. 24. After being injured, Job went on to become a spokesman for an organization that helps wounded veterans transition to civilian life. He was 28.

ROBERT MERWIN LEYSE, '62, who taught thoracic surgery at the UW School of Medicine, died Sept. 2. He was 80.

PATRICIA WELLS LUNNEBORG, '59, professor of psychology, died Aug. 17. She had a lifelong interest in promoting opportunities for women, and helped develop the UW's women's studies program. She was 76.

ROBERT SEIDL, a timber industry leader who was an affiliate professor in the College of Forest Resources, died Sept. 19. A scholarship in his name was established at the UW for students studying the pulp, paper and forest resource industries. He was 94.

BETH MACHLAN SHARP, research scientist in the UW Department of Pharmacology, died June 22. She was 56.


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