Laura Brautigam June, Nurs ’46, writes that “she has been working on behalf of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps members to try to get an honorable discharge from Congress.” Several bills have been introduced to this effect, but all have died in committee.
Bettie Jean Knight-Howard, Nurs ’47 (Cert), retired in August 2007 from the University of Maryland Medical Center, after 41 years of service. She is also past president of the Society of Gastrointestinal Nurses and Associates.
Eugene Blank, A&S ’48, Med ’54, had a new version of his book, USMC 457703: World War II, A History, A Memory, published in April 2010.
Norman Subotnik, A&S ’49, writes of himself and his two brothers: “Myron Subotnik, A&S ’49,’79 (MLA), a World War II veteran and president of his own advertising agency, died in October 2001. Leo Subotnik, A&S ’47, who was also a WWII veteran, worked for the Veterans Administration and is now retired in Nevada City, California. [I am] a veteran of the Korean War, worked for the Department of Health and Human Services, and am now retired in Palm Desert, California.”
Esther Kristman Falk, Ed ’52, ’60 (MEd), writes that she “was recognized as one of the members of the newly established Women’s Pioneers Society.”
T. Scott McCay, Med ’53, is retired and enjoying life along with 12 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.
Georgia Topal Tangires, Peab ’53, retired as choir director of Baltimore’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation in October. Tangires will be replaced by a fellow Peabody graduate, Fotini Filis Arnas-Nichols, Peab ’66.
William E. Berndt, A&S ’59, who played football, basketball, and baseball, and was president of the Boys’ Latin 1954 Senior Class, will be inducted into the Boys’ Latin Hall of Fame on November 4.
Douglas H. Hurlburt, A&S ’62, has retired from his position as chief scientist for the Technology Management Division of Schafer Corporation. Hurlburt continues to manage his defense-related consulting business, Beacon Place Associates, LLC, as well as Dynamic Sounds Associates, LLC, his “hobby business” developing high-end audio electronic equipment.
Robert G. Keane Jr., Engr ’62, a leading expert on the design of naval ships, received the 2009 Harold E. Saunders Award from the American Society of Naval Engineers for his lifetime of service and contributions.
August V. B. Millard Jr., A&S ’63, is retired and doing volunteer work with children in Casablanca.
Herbert Better, A&S ’65, a partner with the Baltimore office of Zuckerman Spaeder, was selected by his peers to be included in the 2011 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Joseph L. DeVitis, A&S ’67, Ed ’69 (MEd), is now a visiting professor of education at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia.
Stephen Kramer, A&S ’67, announces the publication of his new book, Encountering Israel—Geography, History, Culture (Comteq Publishing).
David J. Thompson, A&S ’67, is a deputy project scientist for NASA’s Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope, which passed its second successful year in space in June.
Iain S. Baird, A&S ’68, SAIS ’72, has published TWO STORMS: Prostate Cancer and Katrina in New Orleans (CyPress Publications, June 2010). The book documents his diagnosis, treatment, and recovery from prostate cancer in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Betty Bonas, Nurs ’69, writes that she is “enjoying life as a grandmother—just blessed with my first granddaughter, have two grandsons, and another granddaughter due in October.”
Thomas J. Kuna (Kuna-Jacob), SAIS Bol ’70 (Dipl), SAIS ’71, writes that his new book, Peace Process in the Holy Land, World Peace and Justice, and the Future Architecture of the Universe, was published in October by Peace Works Press under the pen name James Jacob.
Sandford Gross, A&S ’72, who was one of the founders of Polk Audio in 1972, has launched his third loudspeaker company, GoldenEar Technology.
Grace Campbell Jubb-Bichy, Nurs ’72, is working at Healthways Disease Management Program in Columbia, Maryland. Her husband died in March 2009.
Barry Verkauf, HS ’72, was named professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of South Florida College of Medicine.
Robert M. Campbell Jr., A&S ’73, orthopedic surgeon at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, was honored in July with a Congressional Resolution for his work on the VEPTR and his expertise in thoracic insufficiency syndrome. The VEPTR is an expandable pediatric chest device, which enables reconstructive surgery for children with severe spinal defects.
Thomas Totten, A&S ’73, an attorney with Duane Morris, LLP in Baltimore, was recognized as an outstanding real estate lawyer by the Chambers USA survey of the American legal profession.
Thomas Harbin Jr., HS ’74, has published Waking Up Blind: Lawsuits over Eye Surgery (Langdon Street Press, 2009).
Timothy C. Hengst, Med ’74 (MA), advanced to the rank of full professor at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California, in April.
Carlos Mock, A&S ’76, an author, speaker, and activist, has published several books, including Mosaic Virus (Floricanto Press, 2007) and Borrowing Time: A Latino Sexual Odyssey (Floricanto Press, 2003).
Jack Fruchtman, A&S ’77 (PhD), a professor of political science at Towson University, received a University System of Maryland (USM) 2010 Regents’ Faculty Award for research in April.
Richard Colgan, SPH ’78, a family medicine specialist at the University of Maryland Medical Center, has recently published his new book, Advice to the Young Physician on the Art of Medicine (Springer, 2010).
Steven Eastaugh, SPH ’78 (ScD), a professor at George Washington University, published “Obamacare 2.0: The Need for a Second Healthcare Reformation” in the fall issue of Harvard Health Policy Review.
Leonard Weather Jr., HS ’78, became the 111th president of the National Medical Association in August.
John P. Caradonna, A&S ’79, ’80 (MA), a chemistry professor at Boston University received the Metcalf Award for Excellence in Teaching at BU’s Commencement on May 16.
Howard Fox, A&S ’80, ’80 (MA), was named senior associate dean for research and development in the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Medicine, effective July 1.
Michael Seth Abrams, Engr ’81 (MSE), who lives in Brazil, teaches mathematics online for Empire State College and is a research associate for Empowerment Works!—a sustainability think tank.
Paula Boggs, A&S ’81, an emerging singer-songwriter and executive vice president with Starbucks Coffee, released her 12-track debut CD, A Buddha State of Mind, in June.
Elisabeth Millard, SAIS ’81, is U.S. consul general, Casablanca.
Richard H. Bodek, A&S ’82, chair of the History Department at the College of Charleston, has co-edited The Fruits of Exile, Central European Intellectual Immigration to America in the Age of Fascism (University of South Carolina Press, 2010).
Carl Colton, A&S ’82, is a gastroenterologist, living in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with his wife and three children. His daughter is currently a sophomore at Johns Hopkins.
Carey Bligard, Med ’83, a physician and author, has published her debut novel, Mr. Darcy’s Little Sister (Sourcebooks, 2010), written under her pen name, C. Allyn Pierson.
Michael V. Gilliland, A&S ’84 (MA), Engr ’85 (MSE), is marketing manager at SAS Institute and author of a new book, The Business Forecasting Deal (Wiley, 2010).
Debora Kuchka-Craig, SPH ’84, is serving as the voluntary chair of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) Board of Directors for 2010–2011. HFMA is the nation’s leading membership organization of healthcare finance executives and leaders.
Daniel Pallace, Engr ’86, director of construction services for Merritt Properties, was named chair of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) Baltimore in July. The ULI seeks to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Wendy DuBoe, SAIS Bol ’88 (Dipl), SAIS ’89, was promoted to chief operating officer at the United Way of Metropolitan Chicago in July.
J. Kent Lydecker, A&S ’88 (PhD), formerly of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, was named director of the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, Florida, effective October 12.
Debbi Miller, Nurs ’88, is a revenue integrity manager for LifePoint Hospitals’ corporate office. Miller recently moved back to West Virginia, where she works remotely from her home.
Alexandra Marmion Roosa, A&S ’88, was appointed director, Research and Sponsored Programs, for Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, effective July 1.
Mia Birk, SAIS Bol ’89 (Dipl), SAIS ’90, announces her new book, Joyride: Pedaling Toward a Healthier Planet (Cadence Press, September), which follows Birk’s 20-year crusade to integrate bicycling into daily life.
Michelle L. Dobrawsky, A&S ’89, is an intellectual property and general litigation attorney, who also performs and produces comedy with SuperEgo Comedy in New York.
Eric G. Orlinsky, A&S ’89, a partner and chair of the Corporate Group in the Baltimore Office of Saul Ewing LLP, was appointed a fellow of the American Bar Foundation in June.
Robin Blasberg, Engr ’91, who lives in Ellicott City, Maryland, with her husband and two children, works at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.
Gregory Fortsch, A&S ’91, is a senior attorney in the Division of Advertising Practices at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington.
Heather Spooner Garrant, Nurs ’91, is starting a new position as post-anesthesia nurse at Carlisle Regional Medical Center in Pennsylvania.
Philip A. Garrant, Engr ’91, writes that he has completed his command at Elgin Air Force Base in Florida and was recently selected for early promotion to colonel. He is now attending Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
J. Eric Hastings, Engr ’91, ’97 (MS), recently joined Millennial Media, one of the world’s biggest mobile advertising networks, which is based in Baltimore.
Shamina J. Henkel, A&S ’91, is working at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta as consultation liaison psychiatrist.
Elin Hilderbrand, A&S ’91, a well-known fiction author, has published her ninth novel, The Island (Reagan Arthur Books, 2010). A previous novel, The Castaways (Little Brown & Company, 2009), hit The New York Times best-seller list in June.
Everett Hsu, A&S ’91, has been a senior physician in internal medicine at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California, for the past 11 years. He also is a worship leader at Trinity Christian Fellowship.
Andrea Marsh Kowalski, A&S ’91, lives near the beach in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her son is in kindergarten, and her daughter is in third grade.
Sandra “Sandi” Macan, A&S ’91, is a recruiter for QUAD656, specializing in placement for accounting/finance positions in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware area.
Kristen K. Murphy, A&S ’91, who got married in 2008, finished her ED and had a baby in 2009. She is currently a principal in a large urban middle school in Los Angeles.
Eric Ruck, A&S ’91, writes, “I’ve been involved with increasingly high profile mobile phone applications, which has been both fun and rewarding.”
Jennifer Sharp, Engr ’91, is living in the Philadelphia area and plans to complete her master’s degree and get back to singing and teaching voice in the next year.
Mehmet Ferden Carikci, SAIS Bol ’92 (Dipl), SAIS ’93, was appointed chief foreign policy adviser to Turkish President Abdullah Gul in July.
Caren Levine, Peab ’92, a classical pianist and vocal coach, was named studio manager and principal coach for the Florida Grand Opera Young Artist Program.
Deirdre R. Wheatley-Liss, A&S ’92, an elder law attorney with Fein, Such, Kahn & Shepard, P.C., was appointed to Montclair State University’s Planned Giving Advisory Council in June.
Timothy S. Gilbert, A&S ’93 (MA), senior vice president of Campus Management Corporation, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, was named 2010 Chief Marketing Officer of the Year by the CMO Institute in May 2010.
Jessie Chou, Engr ’94, and her husband, Peter, are enjoying time with their son, Dylan, who was born on July 21.
Chris Daly, SPH ’94, is president of the board of directors of Tennessee’s first environmental charter high school, Ivy Academy. Daly announced in August that the 2009–2010 ninth-grade test scores show that the Ivy Academy’s model is working.
Patricia Lakatta, Bus ’94 (MS), director of Abrakadoodle-Baltimore, an art-education company, received an achievement award for her program and a top producers award for her strong business performance.
Patrick Brans, Engr ’95 (MS), has written Master the Moment: Fifty CEOs Teach You the Secrets of Time Management, which is scheduled to be published in January 2011.
Margaret Villers, A&S ’95, is an assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the Medical University of South Carolina. Villers was lead author of a recent study researching the correlation between obesity in teenage girls and the likelihood of their being sexually active.
Mohamad Allaf, Engr ’96, Med ’00, HS ’03, had a big surprise at his recent wedding—his fiancée commissioned Duff Goldman of “Ace of Cakes” to make a grooms cake shaped like the da Vinci surgical system robot, with which Allaf works regularly.
Jeanette Krolikowski, A&S ’96, married her husband, Rob, on May 22 in San Anselmo, California. Several Hopkins classmates attended the wedding.
Samantha Marks, A&S ’96, who is a new mom to a baby girl, is working as a behavioral therapist and special education coordinator.
Isaac Cates, A&S ’99 (MA), is co-editor of Daniel Clowes: Conversations (University Press of Mississippi), which features interviews with Daniel Clowes, a graphic novel innovator.
Jen Arnold, Med ’00, a neonatologist at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, and her husband, Bill Klein, are the stars of a TLC series, The Little Couple.
Sebastiao Edgar Borges, A&S ’00 (MA), writes that he received the medal of the Order of Military Merit, the highest award given by the Brazilian Army in a time of peace, in April.
Jennifer Coughlin, A&S ’01, HS ’07, is working as a Johns Hopkins research fellow this year in collaboration with the Department of Neuroradiology with an aim to obtain training in use of PET technology to study psychiatric illness.
Natalie Derzko, A&S ’01 (MS), has been promoted to of counsel within the Washington office of Covington & Burling LLP. Derzko practices in the areas of intellectual property and patent law.
Anne Jefferson, A&S ’01, writes, “I am proud to say that I earned my PhD from Gordon Grant, who earned his PhD at JHU under ‘Reds’ Wolman, himself a JHU graduate.”
Nakul Kapoor, Engr ’01, who recently got married, went back to school in 2009 and plans to complete his MBA in 2011.
Isabella O. Maldonado, A&S ’01, recently traveled to Cuba on a trip led by Eduardo Gonzalez, professor of Latin American cinema and literature at Johns Hopkins.
Nettie Owens, Engr ’01, founded an organizing company, Sappari Solutions LLC in 2004. Her business, which is based in Havre de Grace, Maryland, has recently expanded to include on-site organizing, remote organizing services, and cleaning services.
Bonnie Schwartz, A&S ’01, a former member of the Johns Hopkins swim team, became the 756th person since 1875 to swim across the English Channel on July 12, 2005. It took 13 hours, 28 minutes to swim from England to France.
Vanni Vanin, A&S ’01, writes, “I worked in Ticket Operations at the last two Olympic games in Beijing and Vancouver.”
Shermian Daniel, A&S ’02, a resident physician in anesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic, has partnered with Richard Daniel to publish So You Wanna Be A Doctor?? The Untold Stories of Medical, Dental, and Veterinary Residents (WagnerWolf, 2009), a how-to navigation guide through the health professions.
Courtney Block, Bus ’03 (MS), has recently entered the field of business coaching and looks forward to celebrating 20 years in business.
Catherine A. Miller, Nurs ’04 (Cert), ’08 (MN), received a Nursing Spectrum 2010 Teaching Award in recognition of her work writing and implementing a training program for Howard County General Hospital.
Melvin “Wayne” Porter, Bus ’04 (MS), joined Fast-teks Inc., an on-site computer service company, as area-director of Laurel, Maryland, and the surrounding area in July.
Kathleen Gross, Nurs ’05, was a guest editor of Perioperative Nursing Clinics (W.B. Sanders Co, June 2010) and wrote a chapter in Alexander’s Care of the Patient in Surgery 14th ed. (Mosby, 2010).
Russell Nadel, Peab ’05, ’06 (BM/MM), finished his composition for orchestra, The Road to Independence. Nadel and fourth-graders worked on the piece together, as a part of the Storyboard Project with the ARTSEDGE educational arm of the Kennedy Center in Washington.
Ron Pivarnik, Engr ’05, spent a week in July working with ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in Baltimore. The episode aired on September 26, 2010.
Andrew Bail, A&S ’06, married his college girlfriend, Carol Slaughter, on July 25, 2009. They live in Boston and have a puppy.
Samantha Davis, A&S ’06, is attending the University of Michigan Medical School.
Thomas P. McBride, A&S ’06, is a medical student at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York City.
Samiksha Nair, A&S ’06, writes that she “has been working in West Palm Beach, Florida, on a DOE consulting contract for efficient energy implementation.”
Meighan Roose, A&S ’06, is living in Portland, Oregon, working for Nike. Roose is also working on her MBA at Stanford University.
Michael Scheib, Engr ’06, is a life adviser who specializes in financial planning, retirement planning, and higher education funding.
Cory Snyder, A&S ’06, is currently working on a project for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Noah Stanzione, A&S ’06, has published several articles and began teaching high school Latin in September.
Daniel Szelingowski, A&S ’06, is working on his master’s degree at Seton Hall University.
Carrie W. Bullock, SPH ’08, is acting deputy director, Division of Outpatient Care at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services in Baltimore.
Diana Raschke, Ed ’09 (MS), has co-authored The ETIM: China’s Islamic Militants and the Global Terrorist Threat (Prager, 2010).
Kelly Cantley, Bus ’10 (MBA), director of business development for Turner Construction, was appointed treasurer of Urban Land Institute (ULI) Baltimore in July. ULI seeks to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide.
Miljana Vujosevic, SAIS ’10, wrote that she was working with the USA Pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai. Vujosevic will be working in operations on the ground in the Pavilion and also in the Protocol Department arranging high-level visits from diplomats all over the world.
Alexandra Zenoff, A&S ’10, is part of the largest group of American Peace Corps volunteers to serve in Cambodia, and includes the first-ever group of community health educators.
Katherine Sharp, Nurs ’35, a psychiatric nurse, died June 20 in Baltimore.
Elisabeth Mast Buck, A&S ’37 (MA), a nursery school teacher, died on June 6 in Westminster, Maryland.
Frank Muller, Engr ’39, an engineer, died May 28 in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Lalla Iverson, A&S ’40, Med ’43, a geo-pathologist and medical missionary, died June 13 in Derwood, Maryland.
William L. MacVane Jr., Med ’41, a thoracic surgeon, died August 1 in Portland, Maine.
Irvin C. Tillman Sr., Engr ’41, a thoroughbred horse breeder, died August 1 in Wellington, Florida.
Joseph M. Lee, Med ’42, who practiced medicine for over 50 years, died August 5 in Birmingham, Alabama.
Charles Hanzlik Jr., A&S ’43, a systems analyst at the Pentagon, died July 14 in Alexandria, Virginia.
Marlin U. Zimmerman Jr., Engr ’44, a chemical engineer, died May 23 in Easton, Maryland.
Marguerite W. Hawkins, Nurs ’47, a registered nurse for over 40 years, died July 31 in Portsmouth, Virginia.
Stanley Greenebaum, A&S ’48, a wholesale appliance executive, died July 8 in Baltimore.
Avrum L. Katcher, Med ’48, HS ’50, a pediatrician, died June 4 in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Robert H. Marshall, A&S ’48 (MA), an IBM executive, died in El Paso, Texas, on August 20.
John Buttrick Root, SAIS ’48, an oil business executive, died July 9 in Los Angeles.
Ellis S. “Skip” White, Engr ’48, a business owner, died July 27 in Sarasota, Florida.
Robert Thompson “Thom” Frost, A&S ’49, ’53 (PhD), a physicist in the aerospace industry who lived in Lenoxville, Pennsylvania, died February 8, 2009.
Charles R. Higdon Jr., A&S ’49, an engineer from Baltimore, passed away on May 31.
Robert Allen “Bob” Foster, A&S ’50, a pastor and retired U.S. Army colonel, died on May 18 in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
W. Benjamin Whitten, Peab ’50 (Cert), ’53, ’57 (MM), a pianist who had studied with Leon Fleisher, died on June 13 in Philadelphia.
Harry Debelius, A&S ’51, of Madrid, died on May 12.
John Hedeman, Med ’51, HS ’54, PGF ’55, a doctor and World War II veteran, died July 29 in Salisbury, Maryland.
Milton Prystowsky, HS ’51, a pediatric cardiologist, died in White Plains, New York, on May 10.
Arnold Lewis Rose, A&S ’51, an ophthalmologist and psychotherapist, died May 15 in Secaucus, New Jersey.
William B. Jackson, SPH ’52 (ScD), a Bowling Green State University biology professor, died July 15 in Chicago.
Kenneth N. Weaver, A&S ’52 (MA), ’54 (PhD), former director of the Maryland Geological Survey, died July 7 in Timonium, Maryland.
Lois A. Hessler, Nurs ’54, a nurse who lived in Kissimmee, Florida, and Colorado Springs, Colorado, died on May 30.
Barbara C. McClain, Nurs ’54, of Tampa, Florida, passed away on May 4.
Subbarao V. Rama Rao, SPH ’54, a public health expert, passed away on June 13 in India.
Agust H. Helgason, HS ’56, a pathologist who spent most of his career in Houston, died on August 6 in his homeland of Iceland.
George Udvarhelyi, Med ’57 (PGF), HS ’58, a Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon who established the Office of Cultural Affairs at the Johns Hopkins Medical School, died June 22 in Baltimore.
A. Jay Block, A&S ’58, Med ’62, ’70 (PGF), HS ’66, one of the fathers of sleep medicine, died on December 5, 2009, in Gainesville, Florida.
Harold Byerly, Engr ’58, a former engineering instructor at Penn State University, died on June 17 in Sarasota, Florida.
James Michael, A&S ’58, a retired psychologist and consultant, died on August 2 in Rochester, New York.
Robert A. Partridge, A&S ’58, of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, died on May 22.
Mary Wimberly Diggdon Wheeler, Nurs ’58, a nurse and social worker, died July 26 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
David B. Greenberg, Engr ’59, a retired chemical engineering professor, died in Cincinnati on July 25.
Calvin Horace Curry Jr., Med ’60, an OB/GYN for 45 years, died July 30 in Miramar Beach, Florida.
Gerhardt W. “Gus” Strohsacker, Bus ’61, who retired from Western Electric Corporation, died on August 10 in Baltimore.
Michael Altschul, A&S ’62 (PhD), a history professor at Case Western Reserve University, died July 8 in Cleveland.
David S. Kiernan, A&S ’62, a U.S. banking committee official, died on August 4 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Christopher Jonas Heller, Med ’63, a surgeon and Vietnam veteran, died August 4 in Tucson, Arizona.
Helen Shea Wells, Ed ’63, a teacher who was active in the arts community, died on July 8 in Boca Raton, Florida.
Joel Abraham Cordish, A&S ’65, a Baltimore native who emigrated to Israel, died in Jerusalem on July 29.
Alfred Solomon Waldstein, A&S ’65, a teacher and anthropologist, died in Boston on August 3.
James Vincent Simonette, A&S ’66 (MLA), a public school educator, died May 21 in Baltimore.
Andrew F. Eikenberg, Engr ’67, died April 21 in Harvest, Alabama.
William Doyle Cherry, Bus ’68, a Westinghouse senior engineer, died July 11 in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Christopher Hugh Molloy, A&S ’68, founder of an art gallery in
Evanston, Illinois, died on July 6.
Henry H. Bohlman, Med ’69 (PGF), HS ’70, an orthopedic surgeon, died on May 26 in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
Merrill Egorin, A&S ’69, Med ’73, HS ’75, an oncologist and researcher, died in Pittsburgh on August 7.
Morgan S. Gibson Jr., Bus ’71, an accountant, died on July 24 in Royal Palm Beach, Florida.
Karen Nelson, A&S ’73 (MA), an economics teacher, died on July 30 in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Abdulmonem M. Aly, SPH ’74, died on April 14 in Egypt.
Thomas Vary, A&S ’76, a professor at The Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine, died July 8 in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.
Thomas E. Kerry, A&S ’79 (MA), who retired from the Department of the Navy, died on June 21 in Lexington Park, Maryland.
Angela Gugliotta, A&S ’89 (MA), an environmental historian and college lecturer, died June 1 in Chicago.
Glenn Lapp, Nurs, ’95, of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, died on August 5 while on a humanitarian mission with a medical team in Afghanistan.
Gaye Monaghan, Ed ’96 (MS), an educator and school guidance counselor, died June 9 in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Todd Varness, SPH ’01, Med ’02, a pediatrician, died August 2 in Madison, Wisconsin.