Columbia College Today also has learned of the following deaths. Complete obituaries will be published in an upcoming issue, pending receipt of information.
|1943||Frank Herman, research physicist, Menlo Park, Calif., on August 11, 2021.|
|Albert A. Sharke, engineer, Arden, N.C., on July 16, 2021.|
|1946||James A. Manning, pediatric cardiologist, Rochester, N.Y., on July 5, 2021.|
|1949||Frank T. Thomas, ophthalmologist, Madison, Conn., on October 5, 2021.|
|1951||Kenneth L. Schick, physics professor, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on September 16, 2021.|
Trowbridge H. Ford, professor, New Haven, Conn., on July 26, 2021.
|Neil J. Henry, sales executive, Mendham, N.J., on August 5, 2021.|
|1953||Kenneth Nordley Skoug Jr., Foreign Service officer, Harleysville, Pa., on December 5, 2021.|
|1955||Theodore Ditchek, radiologist, Phoenix, on August 26, 2021.|
|William H. Epstein, attorney, New York City and Sag Harbor, N.Y., on November 13, 2021.|
|Herbert S. Rubinowitz, neurologist, Phoenix, on August 22, 2021.|
|1956||Frederick C. Baldwin, photographer, Houston, on December 15, 2021.|
|Elias Schwartz, pediatric hematologist, Philadelphia, on July 17, 2021.|
|1958||Howard J. Orlin, accountant, New York City, N.Y., on October 18, 2021.|
|1959||Eric G. Jakobsson, science professor, Urbana, Ill., on October 28, 2021.|
|1960||Laurence M. Chelmow, engineer, Canton, Mass., on September 29, 2021.|
|1962||Charles F. “Sandy” Darlington III, attorney, South Casco, Maine, on October 12, 2021.|
|1966||Michael H. Friedman, professor, Winston-Salem, N.C., on May 27, 2021.|
|David S. Weissbrodt, law professor, Minneapolis, on November 11, 2021.|
|1967||Mark W. Steinhoff, history professor, Lynchburg, Va., on September 19, 2021.|
|1970||Carl W. Chorba, automobile executive, North Venice, Fla., on August 27, 2021.|
|1974||Brian R. Phillips, attorney, Bangkok, on September 13, 2021.|
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