Columbia College Today also has learned of the following deaths. Complete obituaries will be published in an upcoming issue, pending receipt of information. Due to the volume of obituaries that CCT receives, it may take several issues for the complete obituary to appear.
|1944||Philip E. Duffy, neurologist and neuropathologist, Easton, Conn., on September 21, 2018.|
|1949||Eric M. Olson, retired engineer, Lincoln, Mass., on November 24, 2018.|
|1951||Andrew P. Siff, retired attorney, New York City, on September 24, 2018.|
|1952||Daniel C. Seemann, retired university director of student activities and professor, Sylvania, Ohio, on September 3, 2018.|
|1953||Gordon G. Henderson, retired, Atlanta, on April 24, 2018.|
|Alfred E. Ward, dentist, Saratoga Springs, N.Y., on November 26, 2018.|
|John H. Wuorinen Jr., Blue Hill, Maine, on March 21, 2018.|
|1954||Robert F. Ambrose, retired attorney, Mahwah, N.J., on August 25, 2018.|
|1956||Barry M. Beller, retired cardiologist, Santa Fe, N.M., on October 2, 2018.|
|1958||Herman M. Frankel, retired pediatrician, Portland, Ore., on July 11, 2018.|
|Joseph Geller, retired physician, East Patchogue, N.Y., on September 24, 2018.|
|Edward N. Halperin, retired psychiatrist, New York City, on July 30, 2018.|
|Paul L. “Dr. Z.” Zimmerman, retired pro football writer, Noblesville, Ind., on November 1, 2018.|
|1960||Martin B. Pincus, Williamstown, Mass., on September 6, 2018.|
|1965||Peter Mound, attorney, Santee, Calif., on November 3, 2018.|
|1967||Christopher P. Kirk, Cambridge, Mass., on October 31, 2018.|
|1968||Ronald M. Pristin, IT professional, New York City, on October 27, 2018.|
|1971||Eugene “Gene” J. Kisluk Jr., independent appraiser of books and manuscripts, New York City, on November 19, 2018.|
|1980||Thomas H. DeMott, New York City, on October 23, 2018.|
|1985||Wylie G. Burgan Jr., assistant principal, Jamaica, N.Y., on December 22, 2017.|
|1986||Steven J. Soren, attorney, Staten Island, N.Y., on November 3, 2018.|
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