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Our Sympathies

Edna W. Wilson ’33
Frances Marea Duncan
Patterson ’36
Bernice Taylor Bullock ’51
Paul D. DeMarco ’55, M’64
Sandra Posnak ’56
Sylvia Williams ’57
Judi Levay ’60
Stuart M. McKenzie ’63
John E. Welch ’66
Patricia L. Fowler
McCormick ’68
Milton W. Glenn Jr. M’73
Marie K. Gresco M’73
Donna L. Mosley ’73
Bertha Nolan ’74
Karen Wain Savoth ’74
Dorothy M. Hildreth ’67, M’70
Kenneth A. Hofer ’75
Raymond J. Montemurro ’75
Lorraine V. Culbertson M’76
Salvatore J. Esposito ’77
Mary Ann Cook M’79
John J. Cusmano ’80
Paula K. Grams ’76, M’83
Grace C. Evanosich
Kiermeier ’83
Elizabeth A. Mears ’83
Sean E. Simon ’00
Eric E. Levinson ’05

Faculty,staff & friends
Patricia Demetor
Ronald Hawk
Carl Heldman ’93, M’97
Peter Jaeger
Francis G. Looney ’68, M’73
Owen Metcalf
Birger Myksvoll
Jonas C. Reighn Sr.
Rudolph Salati ’43
John M. Sooy ’55
Barbara Stanwood


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The 50s


Wellington C. “Woody” Woods, Jr. ’53 has completed 51 years of teaching. He retired in 1998 but remains active in the department of physics & astronomy. He also presents astronomy programs at local elementary schools. Woody has two children, David, 42, and Jennifer, 41, and two grandchildren, John, 12, and Jessica, 13, who keep him busy when he is not in the classroom. Woody also publishes a stargazer’s guide, “Nightly Observer,” which is free to anyone by emailing him at woods@rowan.edu.

Charles “Chuck” Wiemer ’56 received the President’s Volunteer Service Award from President George W. Bush on May 30 in Newark. Chuck was honored for 47 years of service with Lions Clubs International. He is a past international director of the Lions Clubs and is now a volunteer driver for the Camden Eye Center Mobil Vision Clinic. Chuck is a retired elementary school principal.

Joan Brown ’58 lost her daughter to breast cancer in 2005. She, her husband and her son-in-law have established the Katherine Brower Foundation which awards scholarships to local high school women. They are hosting a golf outing/fund-raiser at Pitman Golf Course on April 24.

William Harker ’59 served as interim principal at Bishop Guilfoyle Regional Catholic School in Carneys Point.

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