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Active in the Boy Scouts and community affairs, he served as a board member and officer of numerous organizations and on various medical committees and boards. In he was honorary president of the Utah State Medical Association. His knowledge of the wilderness, wildlife, and the natural sciences led him to host many field trips for the Uintah Mountain Club. In he and his wife, Dorothy, donated the major cost for a replica of an Allosaurus, which was placed outside the Utah Field House of Natural History in Vernal.
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Army in Europe, attaining the rank of major. At Penn she received an award for pottery and was elected to Pi Lambda Theta, an education sorority. In later years she served on the steering committee of her class. She had taught physical education and art briefly. As a Red Cross volunteer, she instructed the general public in emergency health care.
She later practiced in Rutherford, Passaic, and Clifton, N. She served on the staffs of Beth Israel and St. She and her husband, the late Dr. Lloyd Morrow, worked to help mentally ill people remain functioning and with their families as long and as much as possible. They also pioneered uses of psychotropic medications and were researchers in trial studies of nicotinic acid vitamin B3 in the treatment of schizophrenia and the anti-psychotic drug Fluphenazine. She served on the first Agent Orange Commission to investigate the effects of exposure on members of the armed forces and their families.
Untiring in her efforts to advance the cause for women in medicine, she actively campaigned and created mentorship programs for medical students and others. In Dr. Morrow was inducted into The Douglass Society of Douglass College, Rutgers, for her distinguished contributions as a physician and psychiatrist, and for her efforts to encourage and assist women in entering the field of medicine. Also an artist, she exhibited paintings and drawings throughout her life and was supportive of efforts to include the arts in medical school curricula.
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Petersburg, Fla. Alfred L. An avid horseman who rode and owned horses until age 70, he was a longtime member of the Radnor Hunt Club. He was also a tennis enthusiast, playing well into his 70s. Army in Germany. At Penn she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, in which she remained active for 69 years.
Robert W. For 20 years he taught third and fourth graders at Roberts School in Wayne. Army Signal Corps Division and taught illiterate soldiers to read and write. Later he helped run a military hospital in occupied Japan. Bradford J. Air Force. Raymond C. Thomas U. He was a partner and served a term as chair of Dechert law firm in the city. Several times he argued cases successfully before the U.
Supreme Court. Although he officially retired in , he maintained an office at the firm and continued to practice until the late s, according to his family. Marine Corps, Stateside. Robert M. At Penn he played football and was president of both the senior class and Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Barton E. William A. After graduating from Wharton he briefly played semipro baseball; as a pitcher he was known for his fork ball. He then joined Westinghouse Electric Co. In , as a supervisor at Mosler Safe Co. According to The Wall Street Journal, he traveled to Nevada for tests of whether enormous vault doors, designed to protect government leaders in the old West Virginia shelter, could withstand a nuclear blast.
He became president of Mosler in , shortly before it was acquired by American Standard. In , after more than a decade of restructuring, he acquired Trane Co. He also raised horses and cattle near Lexington, Ky. He supported cancer research at the University of Kentucky and backed a small health-care company working to prevent heart disease. George L. Miller Jr. Partial to writing and research, he wrote histories of Deer Isle, Maine, his longtime summer home, and of Skidaway Island, Ga. Howard G. John S. Steel Corp. A serious collector of American folk art, he became an acknowledged authority on American duck decoys in his retirement.
Navy, aboard the U. He then served as executive officer on the U. He achieved the rank of lieutenant commander and was awarded the Bronze Star, among other military honors. Albert H. James L. Morton M. George W.
William M. Donald R. He practiced in California for nine years before accepting a position teaching anesthesiology at a college in India from to He then worked at hospitals for Appalachian coal miners in Kentucky for several years and ended his career at the Veterans Hospital in Madison, Wis.
Earlier he had worked briefly for the Soil Conservation Service. One of the famous Munger Men, he played varsity football for Penn and earned national recognition as an outstanding guard in , , and He was a member of Pi Lambda Phi fraternity. During the Second World War he served with the U. Army th Infantry , and survived the Battle of the Bulge; taken prisoner early in the counter-offensive, he spent six months in a POW camp in Germany. He was founding chair of the Class of Reunion Gift Committee.
Robert F. Alvin V. Thomas Sr. He was a general practitioner in Philadelphia, , then moved his practice to Paulsboro, N. He returned to Philadelphia to work in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in psychiatric services, first in Coatesville and then in West Philadelphia, until his retirement in Thomas Jr.
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A member of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity for more than 35 years, the elder Dr. Thomas was an active contributor to college funds for underprivileged students. Army and was stationed in a segregated camp at Fort Huachuca, Ariz. John D. He had worked for the firm, which manufactured vinyl fabric, for 40 years. Until he was a trustee and secretary and treasurer of the Charles and Annette Masland Foundation, which funds religious organizations.
He was a longtime member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Philadelphia, where he served as church financial secretary and a Sunday school teacher. Navy in the Great Lakes area. Alan W. Chester A. John B.
As a lineman on the football team, he won an honorable mention as an All-American Offensive and Defensive Tackle, and played in the Blue-Grey game. Throughout his career in the music industry he owned several record distributorships and over 50 retail record stores countrywide. He was a pioneer in promoting large-venue rock concerts in the s and s. And he became a leader in the nationwide battle against record piracy.
He enjoyed attending Penn reunions and the Penn Relays. Marine Corps, participating in the invasions of Namur, Saipan, and Tinian; he was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for saving the lives of four sailors from drowning during a typhoon off the Kwajalien Atol. Two of his sons are Dr. Peter R. William I. English Sr. Until his retirement in , he worked for Irwin H.
English Co. For 20 years he served on the Springfield Township Montgomery County zoning board. Navy in Puerto Rico. One of his sons is William I. English Jr. Leonard B. Glenn E. His wife, Dr. Raymond F. Sherman L. Robert C. Walden Jr. Navy for six years From to he was a medical officer aboard the destroyer U. Ludlow ; he earned three battle stars. He also worked for Westvaco Paper.
He was one of the early members of the Congregational Church of Manhasset, N. Army Air Force, assigned to the Pacific command in the Philippines, for which he received military honors. His son-in-law is Charles A. Morton C. Edward A. Louis H. At Penn he was a member of Pi Lambda Phi.
As a student he cast a crucial vote to unify the Jewish and Christian fraternity councils into a single council. He then went on to Associate Mortgage, a pioneering national lending institution, eventually becoming president. In retirement he joined his son Thomas H. And he continued to serve on the boards of numerous hospitals, colleges, and companies.
A lifelong Penn enthusiast, he served as president of his alumni class and received the Alumni Award of Merit in His brother is B. At Penn he was a member of the Phi Chi medical fraternity. Everett H. Murray, Jr. Julian R. Kenneth E. He established private veterinary practices in Northumberland and Sunbury, Pa. Department of Agriculture in Pittsburgh and Harrisburg until his retirement.
At the U. Diehl also developed a nutritional software program in the s. He served on the board of the Northumberland National Bank and on the church council at St. Richard C. Her husband is Dr. George G. Louis, Nov. Her daughter is Marilyn J. Harold H. Philip L. Blumenthal Jr. Navy Reserve, including five years of active duty, retiring as a captain; he had commanded various units in central Indiana.
Charles S. After working for accountants in Philadelphia, he partnered with the late Henry F. Sanville Jr. He retired in the s. He was past president of the Adirondack League Club and past president and treasurer of the St. He was stationed in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and in the Mediterranean.
Fred H. Law Jr. David L. Ernest A. Gorman R. Audrey Lee M. Robert E. Lavelle Real Estate for more than 30 years; Sept. He was previously employed by the Williams Bakery Co. He was also a licensed life-insurance agent for Metropolitan Life. An active member of Our Lady of the Snows Church, he was among the first group of diocesan Eucharistic ministers commissioned there. And he was a past president of the Holy Name Society. Marine Corps in the Asiatic Pacific Theater, for which he received several medals and awards.
Robert T. George R. He was a past president of the Jenkintown Lions Club. Marine Corps. Bernard L. Earlier he had been a lawyer with firms in New York and Reading, Pa. Army, Stateside and in Japan. Harry W. Harold E. Pierce Jr. In the late s he was chief of dermatology at the former Mercy-Douglas Hospital and at Holmesburg Prison. He specialized in microdermabrasion, treated complex skin disorders, and performed cosmetic surgery and hair transplants.
He eventually moved his practice to the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, before retiring in For 17 years, beginning in the early s, Dr. Pierce traveled to Washington several times a week to teach dermatology surgery at Howard University Medical School; he also taught dermatology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.
Pierce served in the U. Army Air Corps, As a captain, he was head of dermatology at the th U. He remained a member of the Reserve until retiring in ; in he was promoted to brigadier general while in retirement. He also contributed to Black Americans in Military Aviation, a traveling exhibit that was displayed in one of the Air Force museums. For more than 20 years she was active in the union for part-time faculty at Rutgers. Earlier she had worked as a legal secretary. During the s she became active in Great Books, a national organization that encourages people to read and form groups to discuss literature.
Recently she served on the steering committee of One Book, One Philadelphia, a citywide reading program. Her nephew is Dr. Carl G. Crowder Jr. Donald H. At Penn he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa honor society. He began his career at the U. Treasury Department in Washington, where he worked from to He went on to work for Westvaco Paper Co.
After retiring in , he established a management-consulting business, serving companies in the U. He also served as a director for a number of companies in the U. In retirement he developed and taught for seven years a seminar program in management at the Business School at Campbell University. He served on the boards of numerous community, business, and medical establishments in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Nova Scotia. In he helped establish the Group of Fifty in the Triangle Area and was its first president; the group remains active today in bringing community leaders together to work for improvements in the area.
Army, , including service in Europe in the 84th Infantry Division. He joined the department of radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in and retired in During his career at Penn he served on numerous academic and scientific committees, including the Radiation Safety Committee, which he chaired for many years. He was the American editor of Physics in Medicine and Biology, and served on the editorial board of the Yearbook of Cancer, He published a book, The Fundamentals of Radiological Science , in , and contributed eight chapters in other books, along with having over forty other publication credits.
In he received a service award from the AAPM. Navy for five years, serving as a radar officer aboard the aircraft carrier U. Elmer W. Heinel Jr. Charles P. Jack B. Claude R. Joyner Jr. William C. Robert V. Roger Mattes Sr. David B. Earl R. George A. Bernard D. Department of Energy; June 25, He retired in , after 35 years of service. His work focused on coal liquefaction and the reduction of acid rain, promoting coal and other viable alternative fuel sources.
He had been a faculty member at Johns Hopkins University, his graduate alma mater, and later served as a volunteer judge for the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science at the University of Pittsburgh. He was the co-author of two books and co-editor of more than 40 publications. He was a year member of Sigma Xi scientific research society and the American Chemical Society, for which he served in various local and national positions, including chairing the Division of Fuel Chemistry in Richard L. Holmes Jr.
Andrew K. Her husband, Glenn E. Sheppard M. Houston J. Peter O. Nathan C. Wilbert S. Anderson Jr. Albans, Mo. Winthrop E. He was a life vestryman at St. Joseph P. Richard W. Earlier she had been a school teacher at Marcus Hook School. She served two terms as secretary of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees and helped organize the Delaware County chapter. Seymour L. Lucille P. He began his career as an educational adviser for the Civilian Conservation Corps and then worked for the U.
Office of Censorship in New York. He joined the Lincoln faculty in and chaired the department of psychology for more than 20 years. His research, which was published in professional journals, included the study of verbal learning and visual perception. While at Lincoln he was a field assessment officer for the Peace Corps. After retiring in he continued to consult for the psychology department and served on the Oxford Area school board. Fluent in Spanish, Portuguese, and German, he was also an artist; his watercolors and pastels were exhibited at the Langston Hughes Memorial Library at Lincoln.
Earlier he had been a foreman at the North American Smelting Co. He had served in the merchant marine for several years and worked on oil tankers. Richard S. Seymour G. Ronald W. Isaac L.
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