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Marlene Ellis Payne ’61, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 10, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she earned a master’s degree in early childhood development from Iowa State University. Marlene taught at Berea College for more than 30 years, and was co-founder of and helped integrate the college’s Child Development Laboratory. She served for many years on the boards of Hindman Settlement School, Buckhorn Children’s Center and Berea Community School. Marlene was a Fulbright Scholar in Norway and served as a teacher trainer in Malaysia with the Peace Corps. She is survived by her husband, Dr. John V. Payne ’61, two children, Kennett Payne ’00 and Deborah Payne ’02, four siblings, Debbie Ellis ’79, Kennett Ellis ’76, Janelda and James, and a host of loving family and friends.

Lester Pross, Hon ’92, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away April 20, 2016. He joined the Berea College faculty in 1946 after earning a bachelor’s degree in 1945 and a master’s degree in 1946 from Oberlin College in Ohio. Les taught drawing, painting, design, art history, Islamic art and Asian art. He retired from Berea College in 1991 after 45 years of service and returned to teach painting classes in 2000. Les was also a visiting associate professor at Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky. He helped found the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen (KGAC) in 1961, served as its first president and then helped establish the annual KGAC Craft Fairs that are held every October at Indian Fort Theatre. Les was commissioned as an honorary Kentucky Colonel for his work with the Guild. He also served as chairman of the advisory board of the Berea College Appalachian Museum from 1969 to 1984. A collection of his oil paintings were exhibited at the Smithsonian from 1981 to 1983. He was preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, Mary Louise Pross, Hon ’92, and is survived by his children, David, Mark, and Susan Laurel Pross Kramer ’81, and their spouses, Cynthia, Marty and Stanley Kramer ’60, respectively, five grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Bea Combs Riley, Fd ’66, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 5, 2016. She was a retired Sodexho Food Service employee, having worked for many years at Berea College food service and Boone Tavern where she was affectionately known as “Aunt Bea” to many of the college students. She was a member of Pilot Knob Baptist Church. Bea is survived by her children, Rusty, David and Andy, five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Anne Cobbs Smith Weatherford, Hon ’82, of Black Mountain, North Carolina, passed away June 6, 2016. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Willis D. Weatherford Jr., Hon ’82, the sixth president of Berea College. Anne earned a bachelor’s degree in math from Swarthmore College, where she met Willis, and then a master’s degree in religion from the Lexington Theological Seminary. While first lady of Berea College, she taught basic math to incoming students and entertained numerous dignitaries, guests, students, faculty and board members. Anne served on the board of Hindman Settlement School, was on the Kentucky Human Rights Council for 10 years and was a member of the Berea Peace Makers. After moving to Black Mountain, she worked as the director of Christian education at Grace Church in Asheville for 10 years. Anne is survived by her children, Edie Hunt ’79 (Mick Hunt ’79), Julia Weatherford ’79, Willis D. Weatherford III ’83 (Jane Weatherford ’84), Susan Weatherford ’85 (Brian Cole), Alice Downes ’84 (Jeffrey Carroll Downes ’84), two siblings, 16 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

1930s

George Washington Lacy, Acad ’33, of Stacy Fork, Kentucky, passed away May 21, 2015. He was a retired Morgan County school teacher of 31 years, a farmer, a member of the Wells Chapel Church of God of Stacy Fork and Greenville Masonic Lodge 655 of Caney. George valued education and was passionate about English literature, often reciting poetry. He is survived by five children, Terry, Roger Lacy ’69, Perry, Carole and Eileen, 12 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, two step great-grandchildren, three siblings and a host of loving friends and family.

Bertie B. Cutler ’35, of Camarillo, California, passed away May 22, 2015.

Dr. Grant F. Begley ’39, of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away June 6, 2016. After graduating from Berea, he earned his doctorate at Tulane Medical School before serving in the Army Medical Corps at the end of WWII. After the war, Dr. Begley moved to Fort Worth and became a partner in the Urology Clinic. In 1976, he was chosen for the prestigious Gold Headed Cane Award by the Tarrant County Medical Society. Dr. Begley loved to hunt, swim, read and play handball. He also was a skilled woodworker, and a good storyteller who took delight in reciting limericks. Dr. Begley was a member of First Presbyterian Church for 66 years where he was an elder and Sunday school teacher. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Joy, eight children, 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Evelyn “Doopie” Arnetta Hopkins ’39, of Roanoke, Virginia, passed away May 1, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she taught at Davy Elementary School until her retirement in 1974. Evelyn was chosen by the Davy Women’s Club for Teacher of the Year in 1960 and was “runner up” for the honor. She was active in the Rebekah Lodge, the Thera Rho Girls and worked with Marytown Community Church. Evelyn is survived by two sisters, Ruth and Louise, as well as several nieces and nephews.

Margaret Helen Jackson, Acad ’39, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away March 6, 2011. She was a retired GTE telephone operator and lifelong member of Glades Christian Church in Berea. Helen is survived by two daughters, Judy and Karen, five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Nancy Aria Mullins, Acad ’39, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, passed away June 15, 2015. She was preceded in death by her husband of 60 years, Charles John Mullins ’39, and is survived by three children, Betty, Marietta and George, eleven grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren, three siblings and many extended family and friends.

Doris Robinson Rominger ’39, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away March 25, 2016. She was a member of First Christian Church, a bookkeeper and served for many years as treasurer of the Berea Ministerial Association. Doris is survived by her son, Paul, and grandson, Sherman.

1940s

Cherry Churchill Belanger, Acad ’40, of Beverly Hills, California, passed away December 9, 2014. She was the daughter of David Carroll and Eleanor Churchill who founded the renowned Churchill Weavers hand-weaving company in Berea. After a modeling and acting career in New York where she met her husband, Paul Belanger, the family moved to Beverly Hills. Cherry earned a master’s degree at California State University, Northridge and taught with the Los Angeles Unified School District for 28 years. She founded Boy Scout Troop 100, Girl Scout Troop 727, was honored with “Cherry Belanger Day” in Beverly Hills in 1976, and earned the Elizabeth H. Brady Teacher Award in 1997. Cherry is survived by her children, Peter and Karen, her sister and five grandchildren.

Violet Virginia Barber ’41, of Middletown, Ohio, passed away January 18, 2016. She worked as a teacher for 40 years, the last 20 of those at Middletown High School. Virginia was a member of First United Methodist Church, the Mary Harrison Church Circle, the Women Teachers Club and the Guided Study Literary Club. She is survived by her children, Sam, Mary and Jennifer, two sisters, June Morton Perry ’44 and Pansy Howard ’46, seven grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

Doris Pierce Crabtree, of Saint Augustine, Florida, passed away October 1, 2015. She attended Rhode Island College and was a licensed realtor, actress, poet, librarian, Cub Scout and Girl Scout leader, PTA member, school event coordinator and community volunteer. Doris is survived by her husband, Carl Crabtree, Acad ‘41, a sister, two children, three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Fay Mills Hale ’41, of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, passed away May 23, 2016. After graduating from Berea, Fay taught for 31 years as an elementary teacher in Oak Ridge Schools. She was a 50-year active member of Alpha Epsilon chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, the honor society of key women educators. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charley Fulton Hale ’41, and is survived by two children, Henry and Sharon, siblings Glenna Smith ’52, Jewell and Moss, two grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

George William Pence Sr., Acad ’42, of McMinnville, Oregon, passed away May 3, 2011. He served in the Army Air Corps and is a veteran of World War II. George worked as a welder in Detroit and had two children. He moved his family to California in 1956 where he worked for Aero-Jet General and Burroughs Corporation. George is survived by his children, Donna and George, four grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, and many extended family and friends.

Constance Delia “Connie” Hoskins Wells, Acad ’42, of Ponderay, Idaho, passed away July 30, 2014. While serving in the Navy, she met Robert Vernon “Bob” Wells and they married December 1945 at Treasure Island, California. Connie became a teacher in 1963 and taught second-graders at Lincoln and Farmin schools until her retirement in 1980. She painted, did needlepoint, was a member of the Clark Fork Valley Quilters and volunteered many years tutoring students in her retirement. Connie is survived by four children, Bob, Vernon, Bruce and Gary, three grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and two brothers.

Susan Nickell Carothers ’43, of Perry, Oklahoma passed away May 11, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she taught home economics at Man High School in Man, West Virginia. Susan married her husband of 66 years, Ed Carothers, in 1944 and they moved to Alpine, Tennessee, where he worked as a forester at the Alpine Institute, and she taught in nearby Livingston. In the mid-50s they moved to Monticello, Arkansas, where Ed taught forestry at Arkansas A&M College (now the University of Arkansas in Monticello) while Susan worked in the college’s library. She is survived by her children, Jim and Barbara, three grandchildren, her niece Janice R. Nickell ’82, and many extended family and friends.

Farris Burns Davidson, Acad ’43, of Mason, Ohio, passed away June 30, 2015. He is survived by his children, Keith and Karen, five grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and 10 siblings.

Willa Thomas ’43, of Morgantown, West Virginia, passed away April 14, 2015. She was a master swimmer, gardener and seamstress who also enjoyed bird watching. Willa was preceded in death by her husband, Roy O. Thomas ’46, and is survived by her daughter, Lee-Ann.

John W. Bantz, Navy V-12 ’43-’44, of Chicago, Illinois, passed away June 1, 2013. He was a general contractor specializing in the construction of air traffic control towers and sewage treatment plants, and was a longtime member of the Des Plaines Elk’s Club. John is survived by his children, Jeffrey, Tom and William, five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and many loving family and friends.

Obera “Obie” Huddleston Faas ’44, of Mystic, Connecticut, passed away April 19, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she worked for many years as a nurse. In recent years, she began a choir at the Stoneridge Retirement Community where she lived, enjoyed calling on the “elderly” well into her 90s, and thoroughly enjoyed singing and playing the piano for the residents in the Avalon Nursing facility at Stone Ridge. Obie was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Charles Edmund “Ted” Faas, Navy V-12 ’43-’44. She is survived by her children, Ann, Mary and Susan, three siblings, eleven grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Dr. David R. Jordan, Navy V-12 ’43-’44, of Indianapolis, Indiana, passed away April 28, 2016. After earning a commission as an ensign in the Navy V-12 program at Berea, he got his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree from the University of Louisville, and a specialty in prosthodontia from the University of Michigan. David joined the Air Force in 1951, which allowed the family to live throughout the U.S., Japan and Spain during his 23-year career. He retired in 1966 as a lieutenant colonel and became a professor at Indiana University Dental School. He opened a dental practice and practiced dentistry for the next 50 years. David was preceded in death by his wife of 67 years, Sara Slusher Jordan ’45, and is survived by his sons, David, Michael, Bruce, Mark and Cary, 12 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Dr. Warren R. Moore, Navy V-12 ’43-’44, of Grosse Point Farms, Michigan, passed away September 3, 2015. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, graduated from the University of Iowa College of Medicine in 1948 and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at Harper Hospital. Warren served in the Naval Reserve while completing his education and when re-enlisted, was called to active duty during the Korean War. He was commissioned as a lieutenant and served with the Marine Corps as an anesthesiologist in a field hospital. Warren was in private practice at St. John Hospital until his retirement at 64. He is survived by three children, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Milton Wallace Noward, Navy V-12 ’43-’44, of Pinckneyville, Illinois, passed away March 13, 2015. He served in the Navy during WWII on the USS Barnwell APA 132 and sailed through the Panama Canal to Norfolk, Virginia at the end of the war to help place his ship in fleet reserve.  Wally worked at Mighty Fine Pudding for 19 years and as a mechanic for Consolidated Coal for 19 years. He also served on the school board and was a volunteer firefighter. Wally is survived by his wife, Sharon, two children, four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Dr. David Alexander Bowman ’45, of Clearwater, Florida, passed away May 31, 2016. He graduated from the University of Louisville Medical School in 1950, served his internship at Hurley Hospital in Flint, Michigan, and completed a psychiatric residency at Rollman’s Psychiatric Institute in Cincinnati, Ohio. David had a private practice in Bay City, Michigan, from 1951 to 1967 and then a private psychiatric practice in Cincinnati from 1972 to 1990. He was an accomplished sailor, biker and ballroom dancer. David also was a pilot, owned several small aircraft and an aircraft training school in Cincinnati. He is survived by his daughter, Darla, two grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Morley Brickman, Navy V-12 ’44-’45, of Evanston, Illinois, passed away April 30, 2012. He is survived by his wife, Betty, five children, 14 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and four siblings.

Gerald Daggett Johnson, Navy V-12 ’44-’45, of St. Johnsbury, Vermont, passed away August 15, 2014. He served in the Navy during WWII as a radio man aboard many vessels. Jerry’s work after the Navy took him to various places where he extended his radio/TV broadcasting career as a transmitter technician, chief engineer, and announcer. He was a well-known local broadcaster and videographer, most remembered for his “Pets on Parade” videos and historical videos of the area. Jerry’s long life was filled with learning about new discoveries in science and technology. He is survived by his daughters, Paula and Teri, eight grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Eleanor Herrin ’45, of Avon, Indiana, passed away April 22, 2014. She was affectionately known as “Grammy” to all of her grandchildren and you could always count on getting a sweet treat when visiting her. Eleanor loved to sing, play the piano and paint. She is survived by two children, Greg and Debbie, nine grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and many extended family and friends.

Margerilla “Margie” B. Simmons ’45, of Lexington, Kentucky, passed away April 23, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she taught business and math in Floyd County, Kentucky, and Cabell County, West Virginia public schools before retiring in 1986. Margie was a life member of the Cabell County Education Association, participated in area activities for senior citizens, and was active in the Cabell-Wayne Association for the Blind. She is survived by three children, John, Paul and Patricia, five grandchildren, two granddaughters-in-law and one great-granddaughter.

Forrest Ira Watson, Navy V-12 ’44-’45, of Brooklin, Maine, passed away June 4, 2014. After Navy V-12 officer training school at Berea, he earned a bachelor’s degree at Notre Dame University and a master’s degree from Harvard Business School. Forrest returned to military service, but in the Air Force, during the Korean War. Following the war, he was CEO and chairman of the board for the Ira A. Watson Company, a chain of small department stores serving southern towns. Forrest was a generous and truly gentle man, loyal to family and friends, always ready with advice and a helping hand. He is survived by his wife, Marghie, a son, and many extended family and friends.

Mary Ruth McKnight ’46, of Corbin, Kentucky, passed away January 31, 2014. She was a member of Dorthae Pentecostal Church, a registered nurse at Southeast Kentucky Business Park Hospital in Corbin for many years and was commissioned a Kentucky Colonel in 2013. She is survived by two children, Charles and Audrey, one brother, four grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Paul Robert Porter, Navy V-12 ’45-’46, of Seneca, South Carolina, passed away April 25, 2016. He served in the Navy during WWII as an aviation machinist’s mate 3c (combat aircrew) on the aircraft carrier USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. Paul also served in the Marines as a sergeant machine gunner/mechanic. Following military service, he graduated from Ohio State University. Paul competed in many marathons and was cofounder of the Muncie Endurathon in 1980, one of the first modern triathlons in the world. He was a member of the U.S. Triathlon Board and was active in getting the sport accepted into the Olympics. In retirement, Paul biked across America. He is survived by his wife, Judy, four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Barbara Schulze Schaftenaar ’46, of Holland, Michigan, passed away February 27, 2013. She is survived by two children, Conni and Carl, two grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews.

Nancy Carolyn Sylvester ‘46, of Colorado Springs, Colorado, passed away October 4, 2015. After graduating from Berea, she worked as a child welfare worker and kindergarten teacher. Nancy was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Colorado Springs and the Colorado Springs Country Club. She was also a volunteer worker for many years at the Colorado School for the Deaf and Blind and at various other organizations working with pre-school children. Nancy and her late husband, Joe, enjoyed traveling, skiing, golfing and hiking. She is survived by her nephew, David, and a host of loving family and friends.

Margaret Blizzard Blevins, Acad ’47, of Dormont, Pennsylvania, passed away November 1, 2011. She is survived by three children, Steven, Durinda and Nancy, two brothers, four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Ruby Johnson Strong, Fd ’47, of Mt. Washington, Kentucky, passed away August 5, 2014.

Charlotte Doty ’48, of Afton, Tennessee, passed away August 11, 2015. She was a retired medical technologist at Takoma Regional Hospital, a member of the former Roaring Springs Home Demonstration Club and Doty’s Chapel United Methodist Church. Charlotte is survived by three siblings, Mary, Louise and Hubert, and a host of loving family and friends.

Anna Rathje Fitts ’48, of Honey Brook, Pennsylvania, passed away September 28, 2013. She graduated from the Medical College of Virginia as a registered nurse, served in the Richmond, Virginia public schools for more than 20 years and was a nurse at Camp Hanover. Anna is survived by her children, Ellen, David, Cheryl and Barbara, 14 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and her brother.

Wilma Horton, Acad ’44, ’48, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away December 30, 2011. She is survived by two children, Glenn and Brenda, 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

Elayne Barbara Nord ’48, of Fletcher, North Carolina, passed away June 2, 2016. After attending Berea, she earned a master’s degree in social work from Rutgers University in New Jersey. Elayne worked for many years in the Newark, New Jersey school system as a social worker, initiating and then coordinating the school system’s preschool handicapped program. She was a longtime feminist, a founding member of a National Organization for Women (NOW) chapter and a fighter for civil rights. Elayne played piano and cello and participated in numerous choral activities. She is survived by her husband, Ronald, her daughter, 11 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Joan Lykins Parr ’48, of Lexington, Kentucky, passed away May 3, 2016. After graduating from Berea and attending the University of Cincinnati, she taught high school English and biology in Waverly, Ohio, and Louisville, Kentucky. Joan maintained a strong commitment to education throughout her life. She served on the founding Board of Directors of Lexington Christian Academy, the Board of Trustees at Clear Creek Baptist Bible College, and the Alumni Executive Council of Berea College. She is survived by her husband of 65 years, Dr. Eugene Q. Parr ’49, three children, five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, a niece and many extended family and friends.

Norvell Caskie Sharp Loughborough ’49, of Richmond, Virginia, passed away June 4, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she worked as a social worker for the city of Richmond and was a lifelong community service volunteer. Norvell was a member of the Woman’s Club, Colonial Dames, Daughters of the Barons of Runnymede, Grace and Holy Trinity Church, and Christ Church, where she served on the Altar Guild. She is survived by her daughters, Phyllis and Louise, a son-in-law and a granddaughter.

Capt. Harold Lewis Terry, Acad ’49, of Great Falls, Montana, passed away November 13, 2014. He fought in WWII and spent 30 years with the Navy, retiring in 1975. Hal spent the next 15 years flying airplanes for Alaska Department of Fish and Game and wrote a flight training manual, “Fly the Wild and Stay Alive.” He is survived by his wife, Bonnie, seven children, 23 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

1950s

Eddie Hoid Brown, Acad ’50, of Whitesburg, Kentucky, passed away January 18, 2014. He was a retired Ford Motor Company employee and a member of the First Christian Church in London. Eddie is survived by his wife, Geraldine, three children, nine grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, one sister and a host of loving family and friends.

Ozal Caldwell, Acad ’50, of Dayton, Ohio, passed away February 14, 2015. He proudly served his country in the Air Force from 1951-1955, and worked at Dayton Press as well as several other occupations in the Dayton area. Ozal is survived by his three children, Sharon, Joel and James, four grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, two sisters, and a host of loving family and friends.

Ann Bishop McNeer ’50, of Brookfield, Wisconsin, passed away March 19, 2016. She is survived by her husband of 67 years, Charles S. McNeer ’50, three children, six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and many extended family and friends.

Dr. Herb Shadowen, Acad ’44, ’50, of Bowling Green, Kentucky, passed away May 18, 2016. He served in the Air Force during WWII. After graduating from Berea, he earned a master’s degree from the University of Kentucky and a doctoral degree from Louisiana State University. Herb taught at Louisiana Tech before coming to Western Kentucky University, where he was a biology professor from 1961 to 1988. He was a member of First Baptist Church since 1961, where he served as a deacon and Sunday school teacher. Herb is survived by his wife, Jacky Hopper Shadowen ’50, three sons, six grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, three siblings and many extended family and friends.

Dr. Harry Douglas Stambaugh ’50, of Louisville, Kentucky, passed away May 9, 2016. He was a WWII Army veteran and earned a doctoral degree from the University of Louisville School of Medicine, completing his residency in plastic and reconstructive surgery at Cornell Medical Center in New York. Harry was a member of the Jefferson County and Kentucky medical societies as well as the Rotary Club of Louisville. He is survived by his wife, Bette Parker Stambaugh ’49, two children, two granddaughters and two great-granddaughters.

Carolyn Ruth Verploegh ’50, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, passed away March 4, 2016. She taught hundreds of children over her long career at Alvarado, Sandoval and Mark Twain elementary schools and started Cottonwood Kindergarten in Corrales. Carolyn was a lifelong political activist, human rights activist, environmentalist, philanthropist and adventurer. She and her husband of 63 years, Ed, taught in Ethiopia, designed and built three homes, traveled the world together, and worked many years with several civic organizations. In addition to her husband, Carolyn is survived by three children, five grandchildren and six siblings.

George E. Brummitt, of Plant City, Florida, passed away June 14, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Emogene Brummitt ’51, three nieces and a nephew.

Carol Davis, of Dearborn, Michigan, passed away May 2, 2015. She is survived by her husband, Robert W. Davis ’51, four children, seven grandchildren and two sisters.

Gay Tippen Logan of Union, South Carolina, passed away May 6, 2016. She worked in the

Union County School system and was a member of First Baptist Church. Gay is survived by her husband of 64 years, Gene E. Logan ’51, three children, five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

Sarah Frances Smith Rall ’51, of Frankfort, Kentucky, passed away June 19, 2014. She loved visiting with friends at Natural Bridge State Resort and was a member of Highland Christian Church. Sarah is survived by two children, John and Elaine, and two grandchildren.

Dr. Gene C. Rice ’51, of Washington, D.C., passed away April 14, 2016. He served in the Marine Corps in WWII and received the Purple Heart in the Battle of Iwo Jima in 1945. After graduating from Berea, Gene earned a doctoral degree from Union Theological Seminary/Columbia University in New York and became a professor of the Old Testament, language and literature at Howard University School of Divinity for 51 years. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Betty Jean Smith Rice ’53, and is survived by his second wife, Delores, a son, a granddaughter, two stepchildren, four siblings, and a host of loving family and friends.

James Allen “Bud” Fish ’52, of Spokane, Washington, passed away August 7, 2015. After graduating from Berea, he attended the Naval Officer Candidate School, the Naval Explosive Ordnance Disposal School and then spent the rest of his military career on the destroyer, USS Holder. Jim earned a Juris Doctor degree in 1962 from Gonzaga Law School and over the course of his law career, joined a firm, opened his own practice and served as corporate council for several organizations. He is survived by his wife of 60 years, Mikell, four daughters, 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Ann E. Grove ’52, of Waynesboro, Virginia, passed away December 29, 2015. She was a former school teacher and bookkeeper, was active in St. James Lutheran Church, the extension homemakers club and the Augusta County Library. Ann was known for her wonderful sense of humor and good cooking. She is survived by two children, Alan and Nancy, three siblings and a host of loving family and friends.

Dr. Norma Doris Pohl ’53, of Saint Louis, Missouri, passed away April 16, 2016. She earned a master’s degree at Northwestern University, and a doctoral degree at Washington University. Dr. Pohl is survived by her children, Laura, David, Bobby, Guy, Christy and Jeff, 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren, and a sister.

Andrew Sutherland Rose ’53, of Rural Retreat, Virginia, passed away November 28, 2015. He was an Air Force veteran, loved nature, gardening and spending time with his family and friends. Andrew rarely met a stranger. He is survived by his children, Randy, Tamra and Kelly, a sister, four grandchildren and many extended family and friends.

Donald R. Caudill, Fd ’54, of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, passed away April 6, 2016. He was a founding partner in Delta Steel Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio, a leading reinforcing steel fabricator and erector. After retiring from Delta, Don started a second career as a home builder and was a member of the fraternity of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry. He is survived by his wife, Gem, one daughter, two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Nancy Swan Jones ’55, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away April 21, 2016. After graduating from Berea with a degree in education, she taught school in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Kentucky. Nancy directed the Woman’s Industrial Program at Union Church and was active in Girl Scouts as a scout and leader. She was a lifetime honorary deacon at Union Church, where she had been a member since 1958, along with her husband of 61 years, Loyal Jones ’54, who survives her.  In addition to her husband, she is survived by her children, Carol, Scott and Susan Ellen Jones ’82, two grandchildren, and many extended family and friends.

Sloane Shelton ‘55, of Wainscott, New York, passed away September 17, 2015. At Berea, she immersed herself in theater and wrote, directed, produced and starred in her own play. After living in New York City for a short time, Sloane won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and then returned to live in Greenwich Village to pursue a career in acting. She was in the soaps “Another World” and “As the World Turns,” went on two tours with the National Repertory Theatre, and was a guest artist for six months in Auckland, New Zealand. Over the years, Sloane worked with Eva Le Gallienne, Sylvia Sidney, Kathleen Chalfant, and Vanessa Redgrave, and appeared with Meryl Streep in the film “One True Thing” and with Dustin Hoffman in “All the President’s Men.” She is survived by her partner of 50 years, whom she married in 2009, Jan, two nephews and their families.

Bartie Uhrel Bates ’56, of Lake Park, Florida, passed away July 19, 2011. After attending Berea he graduated from the University of Kentucky. Bartie was a high school mathematics teacher and coached gymnastics before a 25-year career at aerospace manufacturer Pratt & Whitney. He retired in 2001 after 10 years at Florida Power & Light. Bartie loved being in the ocean, fishing, diving, sailing and going to Key West. He is survived by two children, Billy and Pam, five grandchildren, three siblings, his beloved Santo family and dog, Kayla.

Betty J. Michael ’56, of Lafayette, Indiana, passed away March 23, 2016.  She began her career as the manager at the Tippecanoe County License Branch. Betty entered public office as Tippecanoe County treasurer and also served as county auditor, county clerk and finished her career on the county council, retiring in 2013. She loved playing bridge, traveling, meeting new people and cheering on the Kentucky Wildcats. Betty is survived by her children, Robert, David, Richard, Stuart and Michael, her brother, eight grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Lloyd Taylor ’56, of Fort Worth, Texas, passed away May 12, 2016. After attending Berea, he joined the Air Force Cadet Navigator program in Harlingen. Lloyd served as a navigator during the Vietnam War and retired from the Air Force as a major in 1975. He was an active and valued member of Edge Park Methodist Church, working with the church up until the last years of his life. Lloyd is survived by his daughters, Alma and Renee, and two grandsons.

Mabel Lake Hayes ’57, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away March 4, 2016. She retired from Gibson Greeting Cards, was a former board member of the White House Clinic and member of Berea Baptist Church. Mabel is survived by her children, Jim, Randy and Laura, two brothers, two granddaughters, and many extended family and friends.

Anna Holcomb Jones ’57, of New York City, New York, passed away December 19, 2015. After graduating from Berea, she earned master’s degree in business administration from Indiana University in 1958. Anna worked for the IRS in Washington, D.C. before moving to New York in 1960 where she was vice president of Gilman Paper Company. Her hobbies were traveling, playing tennis and reading. Anna is survived by her sister, Carrie Bottenfield ’57, two nieces and three nephews.

Glenna Legg ’57, of Princeton, Kentucky, passed away November 23, 2015. She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church of Princeton. Glenna is survived by her husband, Dr. Paul Legg ’59, three children, six grandchildren, one great-grandchild, one sister and one nephew.

Robert G. Todd, Fd ’58, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 10, 2016. He was a retired electrical engineer with Ajax Magnethermic and member of Wallaceton United Methodist Church. Robert is survived by his wife, Shirley, two children, three grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Richard LeRoy “Deek” Foster, Fd ’59, of Murphy, North Carolina, passed away October 24, 2013.

Emma “Jean” Turner, Fd ‘59, of Hamilton, Ohio, passed away September 11, 2015. She was employed as a cafeteria worker for Hamilton City Schools for 29 years, where she was affectionately known as “Miss Jean”. Emma was a member of Tuley Road Church of the Nazarene. She is survived by her husband, David, four children, three siblings, 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

1960s

Dr. Daniel Layten Davis ’60, of Hot Springs, North Carolina, passed away April 30, 2016. After graduating from Berea, he earned a master’s degree from Michigan State University and a doctoral degree from North Carolina State University. Layten was professor of agronomy at the University of Kentucky and had a 50-year career in tobacco research. He was the recipient of the Philip Morris Golden Leaf Award and in 2012, was inducted into the Western North Carolina Agriculture Hall of Fame. Layten was an international expert on tobacco varieties and a member of the scientific commission of Cooperation Centre for Scientific Research Relative to Tobacco. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Veda Davis ’61, three children, one brother and seven grandchildren.

Freddie Joe Reynolds ’60, of Columbus, Georgia, passed away February 6, 2011. He was a controller for the Mead Corporation for 35 years, a former board member of the Easter Seals and a member of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Freddie is survived by wife, Darlene, two children, three siblings and four grandchildren.

Edna Earle Shults ’60, of Sevierville, Tennessee, passed away April 4, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she worked for 40 years at the Church of God Home for Children. Edna earned a master’s degree from the University of Tennessee and was a longtime member of Parkway Church of God. She is survived by sister-in-law, Ruby, and brothers-in-law, Ray, Roy and Wayne, as well as a host of loving family and friends.

Leona Baldwin ’61, of Canada, Kentucky, passed away November 11, 2015. She taught in the public school system for 28 years and taught Bible school and lady’s Bible classes. Leona also wrote a column about the Baldwin family for the Williamson Daily News for 20 years. She is survived by eight brothers, Henry, Samuel, Charles, Stephen, Michael, James, Richard and Jonathan, eight sisters, Mary, Anna, Judith, Nancy, Patricia, Louise, Susan and Rebecca, a close friend, approximately 200 nieces and nephews, and many loving friends.

Quentin G. Howard, Fd ’61, of Norwalk, Ohio, passed away June 12, 2014. He retired from the Ford Motor Company in 1995 and was a member of Victory Baptist Church in Norwalk. Quentin enjoyed detailing cars, playing drums and going to church. He is survived by his wife of 22 years, Gloria, four children, his stepson, nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Roger Gene Owens ’61, of Mauldin, South Carolina, passed away January 30, 2016. He was founder and president of Save Our Sons, Inc. and served on the Clemson City Council. Roger was a general auditor at Liberty Life Insurance Company and he faithfully served as a deacon at Reedy River Missionary Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Emma, two children, one brother, and four grandchildren.

Marlene Ellis Payne ’61, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 10, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she earned a master’s degree in early childhood development from Iowa State University. Marlene taught at Berea College for more than 30 years, and was co-founder of and helped integrate the college’s Child Development Laboratory. She served for many years on the boards of Hindman Settlement School, Buckhorn Children’s Center and Berea Community School. Marlene was a Fulbright Scholar in Norway and served as a teacher trainer in Malaysia with the Peace Corps. She is survived by her husband, Dr. John V. Payne ’61, two children, Kennett Payne ’00 and Deborah Payne ’02, four siblings, Debbie Ellis ’79, Kennett Ellis ’76, Janelda and James, and a host of loving family and friends.

Charles L. Prince of Draper, Virginia, passed away December 13, 2015. He was an Army veteran who served in Germany, was a foreman for the International Iron Workers Local #5 in Washington, D.C. and a member of American Legion #7. Some of Charles’ work includes ornamental finishing work on D.C. landmarks, including the U.S. Capitol and the White House. He is survived by his wife, Barbara Kathleen King Prince ’61, two children, two grandchildren, three siblings and many extended family and friends.

Ralph Dow Heishman of Baker, West Virginia, passed away September 27, 2015. He was an Army veteran, was retired from the West Virginia Department of Highways, and was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. Ralph is survived by his wife, Judith Dove Heishman ’62, three sons, five grandchildren and two siblings.

Lowell D. Reese ’63, of Frankfort, Kentucky, passed away April 15, 2016. After graduating from Berea, he volunteered for the Army and served as a lieutenant in the 1st infantry division, known as The Big Red One. Lowell was wounded in battle, which earned him the Purple Heart and Combat Infantry Badge. After returning from service, he began his career at Mobil Oil, became chief lobbyist for the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, then president of the state chambers in South Carolina and Arizona. Lowell served as the Kentucky state director of President Gerald Ford’s 1976 re-election campaign, and four years later was an architect of U.S. Rep. Hal Roger’s first election to Congress. In 1990, he started Kentucky Roll Call, a political insiders’ newsletter, and in 1995 he restored The Kentucky Gazette, the commonwealth’s first newspaper, which originally was published in Lexington in 1787. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Carol, one son, one sister, and a host of extended family and friends.

Brenda Galloway Spillman ’63, of Pisgah Forest, North Carolina, passed away March 14, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she earned a master’s degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Brenda worked at Transylvania Vocational Services, the Transylvania County Library, and the Holly Library at AB-Tech. She retired in 2015, after having celebrated 20 years with the James B. Jones Library at Brevard College. Brenda was a founding member of the Davidson River Lions Club, serving proudly for 25 years. The chapter honored her as “Lion of the Year” for 2005-06. She is survived by her daughter, Cindi, five sisters, and a host of loving family and friends.

Wendell Lee Wright ’64, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away January 16, 2015. He was a retired electronics engineer. Wendell is survived by six brothers, Gary, Norman, Jeffrey, Timothy, David and Matthew, four sisters, Nelda, Martha, Karen and Amy, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Bea Combs Riley ’66, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 5, 2016. She was a retired Sodexho Food Service employee, having worked for many years at Berea College food service and Boone Tavern where she was affectionately known as “Aunt Bea” to many of the college students. She was a member of Pilot Knob Baptist Church. Bea is survived by her children, Rusty, David and Andy, five grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Gale B Metcalf ’67, of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away March 11, 2016. After graduating from Berea, he earned a master’s degree, and served in the Army and the National Guard. Gale retired from the railroad industry after many years of service and was a member of St. Mary Catholic Church. He is survived by siblings, Clifford and Helen, one niece, two nephews and a host of loving family and friends.

Thomas Edward Bedwell ’68, of Frederick, Maryland, passed away May 2, 2016. He is survived by his wife, Martha.

Edward Smith ’69, of McCloud Mountain, Tennessee, passed away May 17, 2016. After attending Berea, he earned a bachelor’s degree in forestry from the University of Kentucky and worked for many years in the hardwood industry in Henderson, Kentucky. Ed enjoyed fishing, playing golf and tennis, traveling, studying Civil War history and Kentucky Wildcats basketball. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Mary Ann Buck Smith ’69, four siblings, and a host of loving family and friends.

1970s

Madeleine Grace Edwards ’70, of Somerset, Kentucky, passed away April 24, 2016. She was a librarian for Oakwood for 13 years and an assistant librarian at Pulaski County Public Library in Somerset. Madeleine was a member of the St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church and its choir, a member of the Somerset Junior Woman’s Club and numerous quilting guilds. She is survived by a brother, Charles.

Zshawn Keathley Jessie ’71, of Delray Beach, Florida, passed away March 23, 2016.

Jeanice Murrell ’71, of Columbia, Kentucky, passed away July 22, 2015. She was a member of the Cane Valley Christian Church where she participated in the JOY Circle. Jeanice was a registered nurse and worked with various home health agencies in the area for many years. She also served as past president of the Columbia Women’s Club and was a volunteer for the Adair County Food Pantry. Jeanice is survived by two stepchildren, Vickie and Michael, two siblings, three step-grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Richard Lee Tompkins Fd ’67, ’71, of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, passed away April 16, 2016. After attending Berea College, he joined the Air Force in 1973 and served in Korea, Indochina and Vietnam. Richard was a member of Oliver Springs United Methodist Church, was an avid reader and enjoyed all time spent with family and friends. He is survived by siblings, David and Brenda, step-brother, Steve, and a host of extended family members and friends.

Jerry Darrell Taylor ’74, of Ewing, Virginia, passed away June 3, 2015. He was a retired teacher at Thomas Walker High School and a member of Chadwell Station Baptist Church. Jerry was also a proud member of the Usher Club of the University of Kentucky’s Committee of 101 and the Rose Hill Lion’s Club. He is survived by his children, James and Nikki, a sister, and a host of loving family and friends.

Earl Hamner Jr., Hon ’75, of Los Angeles, California, passed away March 24, 2016. He was best known for creating the long-running family drama, “The Waltons,” which was based on his 1970 book, “The Homecoming: A Novel About Spencer’s Mountain.” The show aired from 1972 to 1981 and won five Emmys for its first season, including one for outstanding drama series. The Virginia-born writer also created prime-time soap opera “Falcon Crest.” Earl is preceded in death by his nephew, Andy Hankins ’77, and is survived by his wife, Jane, two children, and three siblings.

Emily Catherine Moore ’76, of Thomasville, North Carolina, passed away April 3, 2016. After graduating from Berea with a bachelor’s degree in music, she earned a master’s degree in library science from the University of Kentucky. Catherine worked at Paul Sawyier Public Library in Frankfort, Kentucky, the Rowan County Library System, and the High Point Public Library, where she served for many years as head of the media arts division. After retirement, she worked part-time for several years at Brayton International in High Point. She had a great love for music and the arts and was a pianist and harpist. Catherine is survived by her husband, Michael, a sister, and host of loving family and friends.

Dorothy L. Tatum ’76, of Tazewell, Virginia, passed away May 1, 2016. She was an honor graduate of National Business College and also attended Berea, Bluefield State College and Mercer County Vocational Technology Center. Dorothy was a former employee of Princeton Community Hospital where she worked as a nursing assistant and unit secretary for 11 years, and Northern Hospital where she worked as unit secretary for 16 years. She is survived by her husband of 30 years, Henry, her twin sister, Drema Lee Burleson ’78, her father and a host of loving family and friends.

1980s

Anne Cobbs Smith Weatherford, Hon ’82, of Black Mountain, North Carolina, passed away June 6, 2016. She was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Willis D. Weatherford Jr., Hon ’82, the sixth president of Berea College. Anne earned a bachelor’s degree in math from Swarthmore College, where she met Willis, and then a master’s degree in religion from the Lexington Theological Seminary. While first lady of Berea College, she taught basic math to incoming students and entertained numerous dignitaries, guests, students, faculty and board members. Anne served on the board of Hindman Settlement School, was on the Kentucky Human Rights Council for 10 years and was a member of the Berea Peace Makers. After moving to Black Mountain, she worked as the director of Christian education at Grace Church in Asheville for 10 years. Anne is survived by her children, Edie Hunt ’79 (Mick Hunt ’79), Julia Weatherford ’79, Willis D. Weatherford III ’83 (Jane Weatherford ’84), Susan Weatherford ’85 (Brian Cole), Alice Downes ’84 (Jeffrey Carroll Downes ’84), two siblings, 16 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and a host of loving family and friends.

Deborah V. Gibbs ’83, of Dover, Delaware, passed away April 30, 2013.

Mary Catherine Hollyfield ‘83, of Johnson City, Tennessee, passed away October 12, 2015. After graduating from Berea, she did post-graduate study in early childhood development at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the University of Tennessee. Mary was a deeply devoted teacher of children all of her working years, beginning that career at the Early Learning Center in Johnson City and ending it in 2014 after many years in Johnson City Schools as librarian at Southside Elementary, having been honored as Teacher of the Year during her tenure there. She was preceded in death by her mother, Clara Wilda Wilson ‘53 and is survived by her husband, Jeff, her father, Wesley Wilson ‘53, and her siblings, Judge B. Wilson II ‘78, Melinda Wilson McDonald ‘79, and Nathan B. Wilson ‘86.

Sandra Dee Lambert ’84, of Morristown, Tennessee, passed away March 15, 2016. She was a member of Calvue Missionary Baptist Church and loved her little Yorkies as if they were her children. Sandra Dee was survived by her parents, Lowell and Ethel, three siblings, an aunt and uncle, and several nieces and nephews.

Sylvester Wayne Williams ’84, of Cynthiana, Kentucky, passed away September 17, 2015. He was an automotive line worker, a member of Ebenezer United Methodist Church and an avid University of Louisville and San Francisco 49ers fan. Sylvester is survived by his wife, Belinda, his mother, three children, five siblings and a host of loving family and friends.

Darrell Eugene de Rosset ’87, of Great Falls, South Carolina, passed away September 6, 2015.

Alan Dwight Hurst ’87, of Middlesboro, Kentucky, passed away November 7, 2014. He was an Army veteran and was a member of Trinity Baptist Church in Middlesboro. Alan is survived by his siblings, Vernon, Martha and Annette, four nieces and nephews, and eight great-nieces and great-nephews.

Rev. John J. Haymon ’88, of Penney Farms, Florida, passed away September 8, 2015. Sgt. Haymon was a Marine Corp veteran who served during operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm. He earned a bachelor’s degree at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia and his juris doctorate from Florida Coastal School of Law in Jacksonville. John was pastor of New Hope Missionary Baptist Church and was employed by the Pentagon and the city of Jacksonville Business Development department. He also was the CEO of a computer systems firm. John is survived by his son, John, four siblings, and many extended family and friends.

Brian Keith Jones ’88, of Lexington, Kentucky, passed away December 19, 2015. He was an employee of the University of Kentucky Motor Pool and an active member of The Royal Rangers Ministry and Frontier Camping Fellowship through Bread of Life Assembly of God in Lexington. Brian is survived by his wife, Janet, his mother, two sons, a sister, a niece and a nephew.

Anthony “Tony” Wayne Keith ’89, of Wilmer, Alabama, passed away January 11, 2014. He was an Army veteran, serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Tony survived three IED attacks and was a Purple Heart recipient. He was of the Messianic Jewish faith and a member of the Congregation Tree of Life Synagogue in Mobile, Alabama. Tony is survived by his parents, Edward and Darlene, his daughter, a grandmother, a sister and a host of loving family and friends.

1990s

Randy Eugene Elmore ’90, of Somerset, Kentucky, passed away August 20, 2013. He was the athletic director at Pulaski County High School and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Somerset. Randy is survived by his wife, Sheila, two sons, his mother and his two sisters.

Marty Wayne Killian ’91, of Canton, North Carolina, passed away September 4, 2014. He was formerly employed by Haywood Community College as a financial aid specialist. Marty was a member of Bethel Baptist Church where he taught Sunday school and the Awana curriculum. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed watching North Carolina Tar Heels and Atlanta Braves. Marty is survived by his wife of 22 years, Sandy, his son, two siblings, and a host of loving family and friends.

Teresa Lynn Johnson Libby ’92, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away May 21, 2016. After graduating from Berea, she earned a master’s degree from Eastern Kentucky University and worked at the Madison County Public Library. Teresa inspired many people in the community, and regularly created opportunities for the women in her life to spend time together exploring art, food and wine. She is survived by her husband, Gary Libby Jr. ’92, her mother, her son, her brother, her nephew and nieces and her grandmothers.

Lester Pross, Hon ’92, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away April 20, 2016. He joined the Berea College faculty in 1946 after earning a bachelor’s degree in 1945 and a master’s degree in 1946 from Oberlin College in Ohio. Les taught drawing, painting, design, art history, Islamic art and Asian art. He retired from Berea College in 1991 after 45 years of service and returned to teach painting classes in 2000. Les was also a visiting associate professor at Union College in Barbourville, Kentucky. He helped found the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen (KGAC) in 1961, served as its first president and then helped establish the annual KGAC Craft Fairs that are held every October at Indian Fort Theatre. Les was commissioned as an honorary Kentucky Colonel for his work with the Guild. He also served as chairman of the advisory board of the Berea College Appalachian Museum from 1969 to 1984. A collection of his oil paintings were exhibited at the Smithsonian from 1981 to 1983. He was preceded in death by his wife of 62 years, Mary Louise Pross, Hon ’92, and is survived by his children, David, Mark, and Susan Laurel Pross Kramer ’81, and their spouses, Cynthia, Marty and Stanley Kramer ’60, respectively, five grandchildren and a host of loving family and friends.

Jeffery Scott Ison ’94, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, passed away February 12, 2015. He was a big University of Kentucky basketball fan and enjoyed coaching them from his couch, playing basketball and telling jokes. Jeffery is survived by his daughters, Chandler and Courtlyn, his fiancé, his mother, four sisters and a host of loving family and friends.

Linville J. Rose ’94, of Berea, Kentucky, passed away October 15, 2013. He was a member of Cornerstone Baptist Church in Richmond and was a veteran of the Army. Linville is survived by his wife, Donna, five children, four siblings and four grandchildren.

Britt Miracle Jr. ’96, of Clinton, Tennessee, passed away November 19, 2014. He is of the Pentecostal faith. Britt is survived by his wife, Veronica, his parents, his sister and nieces, and nephews.

2000s

Jacqueline N. Muhammad ’00, of Birmingham, Alabama, passed away May 6, 2016. She is survived by her husband, Adam, and a host of loving family and friends.

Kyle Edward Bowman ’05, of Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, passed away March 6, 2016. He attended both Berea College and Eastern Kentucky University, was a self-employed mechanic, loved sports, and was an avid and loyal fan of the Green Bay Packers and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Kyle is survived by his parents, Carol and Mickey, his fiancée, four children, two siblings and a host of loving friends and family.

Abigail Lynn Dietz ’13, of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, passed away March 20, 2016.

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