Class Notes reflect submissions received between July 1, 2014, and January 21, 2015.
Claire Taylor Boiko ’46 is the subject of a documentary, “Game Show Dynamos.” The movie, created by her daughter, Patricia, showcases TV game shows including “Tic-Tac-Dough,” “Jeopardy” and “Trivial Pursuit” in which Claire and her husband, Bernard, made appearances and won.
Samuel Sackett ’48, ’49 has published five novels and two collections of short stories.
In September 2014, Ed Irvin ’51 and his daughter, Ruth Ann Irvin Walker ’79, went on safari in Tanzania.
Wayne ’53 and his wife, Jessie Poteete ’54 Lance, moved to White Salmon, Wash., to live with their daughter, Teresa.
Arnie ’53 and Beckie ’52 McCalmont live in Hollis, N.H., along with two of their sons and families. Arnie flies his plane and hangs out with the local airport “bums” while Beckie enjoys reading.
Dale Edmondson ’54 and his wife, Alice, attended the conference of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America at Brock University at Saint Catharines, Ontario, Canada, in August. They also visited McMaster University and friends in Quebec City and McGill University and friends in Montreal.
Bill Hawk ’54 visited Redlands in September to have lunch with Carl Davis ’54, Alton Robertson ’54, Don Ruh ’54 and George Russell ’54.
Mara Dee Miller Hodson ’54 spent time in England this past summer with her son and daughter.
Maggie Heacock Kildee ’54 keeps busy by making clay sculptures. In September 2014, she worked on a fundraising gala for the Studio Channel Islands Art Center.
Annette Howard Lilly ’54 made her annual pilgrimage last summer from the Southern California desert to her home in the Berkshires, where she gardens, plays tennis, entertains family, enjoys concerts at Tanglewood, the Jacobs Pillow Dance Festivals, and lectures at The Mount, home of American novelist Edith Wharton.
Nancy French Macomber ’54 received a Special Recognition Award at the 16th Annual All Media Juried Online International Art Exhibition for her colorful and moving curvilinear quilt.
Bob Steinbach ’54 is working on a project with U of R alumni from his generation to share information about Pinecroft, the American Baptist Northern California camp. So far, he has had contributions from Betsey Barker Clopine ’55, Rich Bueermann ’54, Bud Carroll ’52, Joanne Cain Burress ’55, Sylvia Hobart Mack ’53, Hugh Huntley ’52, Mabel Shippam McFarland ’54, Nate Turner ’53 and Bob Wallace ’55.
John Townsend ’54 and his wife, Carol, spent three weeks in Ohio and Indiana this past summer visiting their daughters and their families.
Jim Anderson ’55 moved to Plymouth Village, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Redlands. He joins Hugh Huntley ’52 and Marilyn Stanton Peck ’52.
Bill ’55 and Meriann Smith ’56 Hoffman have sold their home in Fallbrook, Calif., and moved to Prescott, Ariz. In October, they visited Charles ’55 and Verneida Molnar at their home in Bonita, Calif.
Though John Rushing ’55 has moved to Missouri, he plans to attend Homecoming at Redlands and to work as a volunteer with Don Ruh ’54 for the Mt. Sac Youth Relays, an annual track and field festival held in Walnut, Calif.
Last June, Bob ’56 and Marion Draper ’57 Wiens spent 10 days in Hawaii.
Marty Adams ’57, ’58 and his wife, Sheryl, took a Baltic cruise with ports of call in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Estonia and Russia.
In February, Pat Fobair ’57 gave a talk on “Sexuality and Intimacy” for the Sutter Health Survivorship Seminar Series. On Feb. 22, she flew to Tehran, Iran, to give five talks and enjoyed a side trip for Isfahan antiquities.
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Sally Jo High Hansen Comings ’59 and her husband, David, traveled to Kenya and Tanzania during the summer on a birding safari. In December 2014, they took a Panama Canal cruise with stops in Columbia, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Mexico.
Beth Elsberry Cotton ’59 sends news from Columbia, S.C. Her activities include the church Sanctuary Choir and travel—the Bahamas, Florida, photography and painting workshops in Ireland, Wisconsin and France, and upcoming trips to Spain, Tuscany, Arizona and California.
Gene Dawson ’59 received the Eugene E. Dawson Jr. Presidential Leadership Award from the Colorado Gerontological Society in recognition for outstanding contributions to the older population of Colorado. The award will be presented each year in Gene’s name.
Edna Hoffman Haws ’59 and her husband, Henry, purchased a new home in Mesa, Ariz., where they serve as Republican Precinct Committeemen. Edna serves as Arizona Region Chairwoman of the Thomas Jefferson Center (TJC) for Constitutional Restoration. In March, she led the TJC in production of a symposium on Constitution Article V, including a panel on facets of an Article V Convention of States.
Dennis Robertson ’59 admits to being a homebody since retiring from an acting career in 2005. Now, he devotes his imagination and diligence to the art of bonsai and an occasional song or two on the guitar.
In December 2014, Jeri Frantz Roth ’61 and her husband, Wes, hosted a holiday party with guests Jim ’59 and Judy Graves ’60 Smith, Tony ’59 and Ann Cornwell ’61 Pejsa, Ron Johnson ’59, Bud ’59 and Darilyn Dorriss ’59 Bare, Dave ’61 and Kay Davidson ’61 James, Bill ’59 and Charla Haun and Pat ’59 and Sally Wieschendorff ’61 Morris at their home in Claremont, Calif.
Marilyn Kerr Solter ’59 visited family in Tahoe then took a trip with 14 “Women On The Go” to Santa Fe, N.M. Mary Kay Knaggs Jacobs ’60 and Marilyn had lunch with Jan Pellegrin Duggan ’59 and Ann Thomason Parks ’60, who both live in Santa Fe. In January, Marilyn enjoyed lunch at the University Club and a visit from former Dean of Women Vera Haberer, who is retired and lives in Salem, Ore.
From reporter Joanie Habbick Kalin: Mark your calendars for our 55th reunion in May!
Michael “Mick” Beeson ’60 has visited three continents and 23 countries. Recently, he toured Russia and cruised the 700 miles through the Moscow-Baltic Waterway to St. Petersburg. Mick has been a resident of Napa Valley, Calif., for 42 years.
In July, Ruth ’60 and Curtis ’60 Cook met with Ken Shinn ’60 and his wife, Alexandra, in Cambria, Calif. In addition, the Cook family spent a week in Cancun, and Ruth and Curtis took their grandchild, Briley, to Boston and Fenway Park. Ruth, even though retired, is editing the forthcoming ninth edition of her text on early childhood education, special edition. She also volunteers with Santa Clara County’s Department of Education to create innovative new credential programs. Curtis recently participated in the 15th anniversary celebrations of the first two master degree programs he helped create at the University of San Diego.
Mary Kay Knaggs Jacobs ’60 enjoyed six fun-filled days in Santa Fe, N.M., with the “Women on the Go,” which included Annie Thomason Parks ’60, Jan Pellegrin Duggan ’59 and Marilyn Kerr Solter ’59.
Wayne Mitchell ’60 and his wife, Marie, attended the wedding of Fred Armstrong ’59 and Diane Warden-Borges on July 5, 2014, in Las Vegas, Nev.
Ken Shinn ’60 and his wife, Alexandra, visited their daughter, Kelli Shinn Komendat ’88, and grandsons in Renton, Wash.
Ann Stewart West ’62 is checking off her American pop culture “bucket list.” She visited Graceland during Elvis Week, and was invited to walk the red carpet at the Oscars. In Philadelphia, Ann and her family walked the red carpet for the opening and screening party for “Foxcatcher” and relished a brief film scene with West family horses!
Sandy Spurgeon McDaniel ’63 has been a columnist, motivational speaker and educator, and has worked with families and children for 53 years. She has written five books; her latest, “Believe You Are Beautiful,” is her first children’s book. Sandy moved to Meridian, Idaho, to be near three of her grandkids.
Norm Naylor ’63 was a 2014 Volunteer Honoree at a luncheon hosted by the Knoxville Association of Fundraising Professionals.
Jim Wieschendorff ’63 and the Ol’ Friends At Redlands Together Still—Tony ’63 and Sherryl ’64 Taylor, Bert and Barbi Bare, Sheila Tyler Mount ’63, Cathy Carter Wieschendorff ’66 and Bud ’59 and Darilyn Dorriss ’59 Bare—gathered at Bass Lake, Calif., for four days of fun, food and frolic.
Gary Ranker’s ’64 latest book, “Global Mindset Leadership: Navigating China and U.S. Business Cultures,” was released in March 2014.
From reporter Nancy Wheeler Durein: Save the date for our gala 50th reunion in May.
Knox Bell ’65 has been with the same company for 45 years, DLA Piper, a global law firm with 4,200 lawyers in more than 30 countries. He and his wife, Diane Young Bell ’66, have traveled to more than 90 countries and recently celebrated their
Frank Bennett ’65 and his wife, Cathy, moved to Oceanside, Calif., after living in the same house in Santa Monica, Calif., for 26 years. Last summer, they traveled through Canada and Alaska with Rich Holloway ’66 and his wife, Julie.
Weldon Diggs ’65 retired from his law practice and lives in the Philippines.
Last fall, Joe and Jackie Bonfiglio Fortier ’65 and Al and Carole Maddux Checco ’66 toured Germany, Austria, Czech Republic and Belgium.
Thomas Gardner ’65 retired from his career as a dermatologist. He still enjoys taking cruises and an occasional trek or land tour. When not traveling, he volunteers at the County Health Agency in Santa Ana, Calif.
Normajean Berger Hinders ’65 retired after more than 30 years as a psychotherapist. She enjoys serving on the Alumni Board and on the board of her church. She and her husband, Duane, still take scuba diving vacations. And, last spring, she and her daughter, Gretchen, traveled to Tunisia, North Africa.
Mary Menges Maxwell ’65 spent time in Sicily and Croatia. Locally, she spent time in Oregon and Palm Desert and Mountain View, Calif. She also sold her first art quilt!
Bob McLaughlin ’65 retired from education in both public and private schools. Bob and his wife, Helene, celebrated their 44th anniversary in Yosemite National Park. Bob spends time visiting his children and grandchildren and volunteering in several ministries including His Healing Hands Short-term Medical Clinics.
John ’64, ’69 and Marcia Perry ’65 Mehl celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. In attendance were Nancy Wheeler
Durein ’65, Normajean Berger Hinders ’65, Kathy Terbeck Johnson ’65 and Bill Hendrick ’64. In the fall, Marcia and John visited Charleston, S.C., and Savannah, Ga.
Bill Purves ’65 continues to travel to geologically interesting places: Iceland, with its geysers, volcanoes and thermal springs; Ireland with its prehistoric monument Newgrange; and Scotland, where his father was born.
Linda Wieck Rooks ’65 published her first children’s picture book, “The Bunny Side of Easter.” She continues to publish articles in various magazines and “Chicken Soup for the Soul” books.
Phyllis Shelly Rossier ’65 and her husband, Don, celebrated their 50th anniversary with a Viking River Cruise from Amsterdam to Budapest. They report, “It was fun seeing some of the places our Redlands European semester group visited in fall 1963-64.”
Chris Schriner ’65 and his wife, Jo Ann, live in Fremont, Calif. Since retiring from his work as a psychotherapist and Unitarian Universalist minister, Chris keeps busy writing, speaking and leading workshops. For fun, he enjoys attending jazz concerts and amateur motorsports events.
Last year, Art ’64 and Loa Sutorius ’65 Stephenson sold their house in Huntsville, Ala.; bought a home in Houston, Texas; vacationed in Colorado, where Art went fly-fishing; traveled to Hawaii with all of their family; and served on mission trips to Alabama and Ecuador. In Ecuador, they helped build a safe after-school place for kids.
Tom Bandy ’66, after recovering from a bicycle accident last January, was able to ride in his third Register’s Annual Great Bicycle Ride Across Iowa in July. The ride is an annual seven-day bicycle ride across the state and is the oldest, largest and longest bicycle touring event in the world.
Rob ’66 and his wife, Kit Davis ’66 Stebbins, live in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. One or two times a month Rob travels 440 miles to drive the Sacramento River Train, part of the Sierra Northern Railway. “Engineer Rob” works a variety of trips throughout the year —dinner, murder mystery and Christmas-season “Santa Claus” trains. With Rob’s federal certification, he is able to work for any railroad line in the country. For now, though, he’s satisfied with his 28-mile, 12 mph run as well as his volunteer gig at the Pacific Southwest Railway Museum east of San Diego, Calif.
Carol Rice Williams ’66 and her sister, Elizabeth Stevens ’74, rode a train driven by Rob Stebbins ’66.
Russell ’67 and Connie Moxon ’67 Livingston met 51 years ago at freshman orientation in California-Founders Hall and are still happily together in Linden, Calif. Russ volunteers internationally serving in Costa Rica on a sea turtle conservation project; in Mae Hong Son, Thailand, meditating and teaching English in a monastery, and on a small island off Northwest Madagascar for a lemur and reptile study project. He also teaches at the Pioneer School at the county history museum. Connie takes tap, ballet and taiko drum lessons, helps manage backstage at the Miss California Pageant and is an active grandmother.
In February, Gary Mason ’67 and his wife, Colleen, spent several days on the Caribbean Islands—St. Lucia and St. Marteen—where Gary attended the biannual board meeting of Cayman Island-based Presidio Insurance. He also had lunch with Doug Nalle ’69 and his, wife, Lianne, in Healdsburg, Calif. During the visit, Gary met their son, Andrew Nalle ’02.
Marilyn Fairbanks Anderson ’68 retired after 36 years of teaching math at Bellevue College. She reports that she now has more time for grandkids and Zumba.
David ’68 and Carol Williamson ’68 Davies spend a lot of time visiting grandchildren. On recent trips to Yellowstone National Park and Costa Rica, David learned some winter survival skills, and Carol brushed up on her photographic skill.
Craig ’68 and Nancy Bell ’68 Roskam cruised to Alaska with Craig’s brother-in-law and sister, Ken ’64 and Renee ’64 Corricello, and Bob Swartz ’68 and his wife, Kay.
Warren Swanson ’68 joined Tom Collins ’68, Bob Miller ’68 and Terry McLaughlin ’68 in San Diego, Calif., for March Madness. While there, they had dinner with Professor Emeritus of Communicative Disorders Maury Durall. Later in the year, Warren and his wife, Tara ’71, cruised the Seine River with Terry and his wife, Rosann, and discovered that Jim Eliassen ’68 and his wife, Liz, were also on the cruise!
Gary Swaim ’71 teaches at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, and is the editor-in-chief of the academic journal
Confluence. His full-length collection of poetry, “A Perhaps Line: Poetry of the Material and Spiritual Worlds,” was published in
Martha ’71 and Steve ’71 Tarter returned from Tokyo, Japan, in July 2014 after serving 40 years with SEND International. In December 2014, they moved to Portland, Ore.
Robert Timm ’71 retired in June 2014 after 27 years as director of the University of California’s (UC) Hopland Research & Extension Center in Mendocino County. He also served as wildlife specialist with UC Cooperative Extension.
Scott ’72 and Linda Worley ’73 Lieberg live in Bakersfield, Calif. Scott works as a certified business broker with Sunbelt Business Brokers, and Linda is a software developer with Kern Schools Federal Credit Union.
Christopher Moore ’74 is a senior program manager at Northrop Grumman, where he has worked since 1975.
Buddy Clements’ ’77, ’86 composition, “Concerto for Jazz Trumpet and Orchestra,” had its worldwide release on Oct. 4, 2014. The three-track album was inspired by and composed for jazz legend Bobby Shew and features a trumpet solo by Shew.
Joseph Hunt ’82 is an attorney in Seattle, Wash.
Scott Belcher ’83 is the CEO of the Telecommunications Industry Association, a leading trade association representing the global information and communications technology industries.
Nikolas Kontaratos ’84 reports that his book, “Dissecting a Discovery,” was chosen as one of Amazon’s Books of the Year for 2014.
Joni Henderson ’90 lives in Fairfax County, Va., with her husband, Robert, and their two daughters. Joni is a vice president for the education division of Discovery Communications and works with several ed-tech start-ups. She stays active with sports and fitness classes and enjoyed Christmas in Balboa, Calif., with her mother and sister, Jeanette ’54 and Jeanne ’86.
Leslie Ferguson ’95 teaches writing at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif.
Henry Herreras ’95 completed his doctoral program at La Sierra University in Riverside, Calif., and works as a high school principal in Moreno Valley.
Mike ’96 and Abby Welander ’95 Leboff live in Mission Viejo, Calif., with their two daughters. Abby is a stay-at-home mom, and Mike works for Callahan & Blaine, a litigation law firm in Santa Ana, Calif.
Ginny Case Petrilla ’95 moved to Yorba Linda, Calif., and is an adjunct professor at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif.
Britt Richie-Zavaleta ’95 celebrated 10 years of marriage; ran his first marathon; and completed a specialized certificate in
translation from the University of California, San Diego.
Patricia Wanyee ’95 lives in Nairobi, Kenya.
Brad Bartells ’96 has been a senior manager in the audit department at Crowe Horwath LLP in Sacramento, Calif., for more than for 11 years. Brad also keeps busy coaching his children’s soccer teams and training them to be his next golf partners.
Molly Engblom ’96 is an elementary school counselor for the Poway Unified School District in San Diego, Calif.
Stephanie Henevich ’96 has a three-year-old daughter and works as a preschool teacher in Pennsylvania.
Cristy Crain Libatique ’96 finished her first year as assistant principal of Tehachapi High School in Tehachapi, Calif.
Geoff ’96 and Rachel ’96, ’02 Roche still work in U of R athletics and are enjoying parenthood with their six-year-old daughter.
Julie Durein Ruhle ’96 is a seventh-grade math teacher and lives in Roseville, Calif., with her husband and two kids.
Leticia Llamas Wells ’96 and her husband, Richard, celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary. In December 2014, she completed her master’s degree from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Leticia is working on developing a Las Vegas U of R Alumni Chapter. Contact her at email@example.com for more information.
Katie Cure Hernandez ’97 is a self-employed certified public accountant specializing in individual, trust and estate taxes and fiduciary support/management. In January, she joined the development team at the University of Redlands as a director of major gifts.
Amanda Betz Hunter ’97, her husband, Tony, and their son live in Denver, Colo., where she works as a business analyst for DB Schenker. Last summer, Amanda climbed the 14,440-foot Mount Elbert in Colorado.
Jimmy Jimenez ’97 was awarded the Homeland Security Investigation’s Executive Associate Director’s Award for Outstanding Investigative Accomplishment in Human Smuggling/Trafficking. Jimmy lives in Miami, Fla., with his daughters.
Adrienne Hynek Montgomery ’97 is the director of financial aid at Merrimack College in North Andover, Mass.
Cameron ’97 and Katie Lind ’97 Parker live in San Diego, Calif., with their daughters. Cameron is a professor of mathematics at the University of San Diego, and Katie is the deputy chief of the Civil Division at the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
Melanie Rivera ’97, ’99 bought a house in Roseville, Calif., where she lives with her boyfriend and their six cats and two dogs.
Kirsten Clark ’97 Stathes and her husband, Thomas ’00, live in Redlands, Calif. Kirsten works as a lead physician assistant (PA) at Redlands Community Hospital and is also a proctor for PA students from the Western University of Health Sciences.
Lance Wood ’97 lives in Tucson, Ariz., and works at the Public Defender’s Office. This summer he plans on starting his own firm focusing on local criminal defense as well as worldwide military defense.
Evan Camperell ’01 is the head women’s soccer coach at Lincoln University near Philadelphia. This is his ninth year as a head intercollegiate soccer coach. Previously, he coached within the California Community College System, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics and the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III.
Joe Bartell ’02 has been selected as a 55th Assembly Delegate for the California Democratic Party and the ABC Committee Member for District M for the California Teachers Association.
Andonia Papastathis Carter ’02, ’08 lives in Yucaipa, Calif., and is an administrator at the University of California, Riverside.
Thomas Flynn ’02 lives in Minneapolis, Minn., with his partner and has been promoted to senior recruiter with the Target Corporation.
Monica Jovanovich-Kelley ’02 has accepted a position as a teaching fellow in art history at Millsaps College in Jackson, Miss.
Linnzi Kennedy Melkerson ’02 lives in Alexandria, Va.
Larissa Patterson ’02 completed a Ph.D. in biology from the University of Washington.
John-Paul Wolf ’02, ’06 completed a Ph.D. in education from the University of California, Riverside.
Melani Schuss Armstrong ’03 and her husband purchased their first home in San Diego, Calif. Melani works as a marketing manager for Intuit.
Christine Haeberman Fields ’03 and her husband live in Los Angeles, Calif.
Heather Lenefsky ’03 is enrolled at Watts Atelier of the Arts in Encinitas, Calif.
Alba Quinones Zavala ’04 is a realtor with Tarbell Realtors in Murrieta, Calif.
Heather Gordon ’07 received her Master of Science in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Anuhea Nakahara ’07 and Mari Aipa ’07 have launched My Aloha Post, a monthly subscription box of Hawaiian experiences sent straight to your door. Anuhea and Mari created the company in order to share their appreciation for local crafters and what they love about Hawaii with family, friends and Island visitors while supporting small crafters, artists and businesses.
Darren Elias ’08 is the first player to win back-to-back World Poker Tour (WPT) Main Events in the same season. In 2014, he won the WPT Borgata Poker Open and the WPT Caribbean Main Event in St. Maarten.
Brianne Langlas ’08 is pursuing a doctorate in education at Chapman University.
Heather-Ann Young ’08 is an associate at Brayton Purcell LLP and recently served as an attorney in a $70 million mesothelioma settlement case.
Alfredo Ibarra ’12 is a teacher and assistant athletic coordinator at Bernalillo Middle School in Bernalillo, N.M.
Kelsey Myers ’01 works as an editorial producer for CBS News in Los Angeles, Calif., and received an Emmy for outstanding coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Schools of Business and Education
Kay Kallander ’86, ’93, senior vice president of American Baptist Homes of the West (ABHOW), received the 2014 LeadingAge Award of Honor—LeadingAge’s highest recognition—for serving as a mentor and leader to hundreds of senior living professionals throughout ABHOW, LeadingAge and the nation for almost 30 years.
After a successful career in software, Lucie Sample ’93 has begun a new career teaching high school math in Las Vegas, Nev.
Sherri Dahl ’97 has been named a 2015 Ohio Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers Magazine in the field of Bankruptcy: Business.
Denise Desirello ’09, a relay specialist for the American Cancer Society, was joined by U of R students, Mckenzie Wolf ’16 and Caitlin Arakawa ’15, to start the first annual Relay For Life of University of Redlands. The event was held in March 2014 and raised more than $17,000.
Digvijay Jaiswal ’14 works as an analyst at Blue Cross Blue Shield in Sacramento, Calif.
Shakhyar Neog ’14 works as a business analyst for Bed, Bath and Beyond in New Jersey. In his new role, he gathers requirements from business owners and stakeholders and translates them for applications developers.
Scott Lieberg ’72 and Linda Worley ’73, 2012.
Martita Huntress ’95 and Jeff Olson, Oct. 4, 2014, San Antonio, Texas.
Steven Gormley ’05 and Kelsey DeForge ’07, June 8, 2013, Redlands, Calif.
Breanne McKee ’07, ’12 and Patrick Whalen ’07, May 31, 2014, Joshua Tree, Calif.
Alfredo Ibarra ’12 and Angelica Rosales, June 28, 2014, Redlands, Calif.
Tim Altanero ’88, a girl, Gianna, June 27, 2014.
Brenda Beck Brunton ’96, a boy, Ryder, June 10, 2014.
Hien Huynh ’97, a boy, Solace, July 24, 2014.
Deborah Miller-Calvert ’97, ’99, a boy,
Joseph, Nov. 18, 2014.
Thomas ’00 and Kirsten Clark ’97 Stathes, a girl, Alyssa, April 2, 2014.
Ryan ’02 and Candace Hayward ’03 Hoke, a boy, Austin, April 12, 2014.
Linnzi Kennedy Melkerson ’02, a boy, Landon, June 2014.
Betsy Sinclair ’02, twins, Miles and Charlie, July 13, 2014.
John-Paul ’02, ’06 and Shannon Buss ’02, ’04 Wolf, a boy, Conan, Oct. 21, 2014.
Melani Schuss Armstrong ’03, a boy, Ian, September 2014.
Fitzie Synnott Cowing ’03, a boy, Padraig, October 2014.
Kate Myers Durante ’03, a boy, Ty, Dec. 3, 2014.
Kelly Cardoza Hanratty ’03, a girl, Isabella, Aug. 12, 2014.
Alba Quinones Zavala ’04, a boy, Landon, September 2014.
Steven ’05 and Kelsey DeForge ’07 Gormley, a boy, Daniel, April 28, 2014.
Courtney ’06, ’08 and Andonia Papastathis ’02 Carter, a boy, Michael, Aug. 22, 2014.
Verna Williamson Crookshanks ’37, Nov. 30, 2014. Survivors include her children, Marilyn Rankin, Glenn and Ivan.
Grace Jenkins Hall ’38, Oct. 2, 2014. Survivors include her sons, Keith, Tom and Bert.
Rozelma Weiss Sartor ’39, Sept. 13, 2014. Survivors include her son, Bentley Giffen ’65.
Elizabeth Wincher Hooper ’40, Sept. 10, 2014. She is survived by her daughter, Susan; and her brother, Albert Wincher ’41.
Margaret Dudley Howard ’40, Dec. 12, 2011. Survivors include her children, Sydney Silverman, Kathy Meyer and Stephen.
Lora Thomas Stadelman ’41, Sept. 13, 2014. Survivors include her children, Sue Ann Nichols and William.
Evelyn Frantz Heydon ’42, Sept. 14, 2014. Survivors include her daughter, Connie Anderson; and several family members including her nieces, Diane Prewitt ’64, Hester Elliott ’66, June Hipschen ’70, Linda Menvielle ’66 and Michelle Holmes ’77; and her nephews, Bruce ’76 and Mark ’72.
Mary Jo Mikesell Burton ’43, Oct. 12, 2014. Survivors include her daughter, Marilyn; and her sons, Fred and Charles.
Josephine “Honey” Robinson Fisher ’43, July 29, 2014. Survivors include her daughters, Pamela Brennan and Ceseli Milstein.
Toshio Yatsushiro ’43, Jan. 1, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Gertrude.
Loraine Belle Hand Carlson ’44, May 19, 2014.
Patricia Hain Moon ’44. Nov. 8, 2014. Survivors include her daughters, Meredith, Diane and Lora.
Leonard Lord ’45, July 12, 2014. Survivors include his daughters, Cheryl and Shirley.
Ruth Dickinson Mitchell ’45, Aug. 24, 2014. Survivors include her sister, Jean Carver ’56.
Toshio Odano ’45, Aug. 26, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Mary; and his children, Dale, Steven, Allyn and Jan.
Daniel Onstad ’45, Nov. 22, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Marva; and his children, Gay Parmelee, Linda Linton, Daniel, Terri Almeida and Debbie Stevens.
Myles Quinn ’45, Oct. 10, 2014.
Terence Ragan ’45, June 27, 2014. Survivors include his children, Sean ’76, Erin Johnson, Maureen Schleppenbach and Tracy Lillig.
Ruth Thamann Teichman ’45, Nov. 21, 2014.
John McGinn ’46, Feb. 15, 2014.
Glenna Rouse Mize ’46, Nov. 13, 2014.
Survivors include her daughters, Diana Benamati and Michele Baugher.
Burl Smith ’47, Feb. 20, 2014. Survivors include his daughter, Cynthia ’71; and his nieces, Jerilynn ’66, Meredith ’69 and Catherine Mahmoudi ’96.
Joyce Long ’48, Nov. 29, 2012.
Domingo Martinez ’48, Sept. 8, 2014. He is survived by his daughter, Patricia Lopez; his son, Raoul; his brother, Art; and his sister, Alice Marquez.
Eleanor Young Beitler ’49, Jan. 8, 2015. Survivors include her husband, Dean; and her sons, Bradley and Bryan.
Jack Compton ’49, March 15, 2014.
Brian Eliker ’49, Sept. 2, 2014. He is survived by his son, Brent; and his daughters, Rhee, Michelle and Sharon.
Dwight McCracken ’49, Oct. 17, 2014. He is survived by his sons, Bruce and Tom; and his sister, Betty Way.
Charles Taylor ’49, Aug. 9, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Rae Dean; his daughter, Laurie Baker; his sister, Jewel; and several family members including his cousins, David ’69 and Stephen ’65 Wyper.
Ann Moore Dunn ’50, Aug. 15, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Eldon; her children, Doris ’79, Deby, Jerry ’82 and Becky ‘85; and her sister, Jane Moore Thomas.
Betty Murfett Teska ’50, July 19, 2014. She is survived by her children, Liana Kowalzik, Adina, Alan and Jennifer Edmonds.
Rev. Lowell Torgerson ’50, Feb. 20, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Doreen; his daughter, Christina; and his sons, Eli, Toren, Peter and Mark.
Catherine Waldrop ’50, ’63, Aug. 31, 2014.
Teresa Cenatiempo White ’50, Dec. 1, 2014. She is survived by her children, Jody Laine, Pamela Blanch, Marilyn and James.
John Caswell ’51, Jan. 5, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Patricia; and his sons, John and James.
Sam Dickey ’51, Feb. 11, 2011. Survivors include his sons, Jim and Don.
Doris Worsham Mooney ’51, April 2014.
Francie Kirk Benson ’52, Aug. 25, 2014. She is survived by her brother, Russell Kirk; and her children, Kathleen Magill, Stephen, Kerry Davidson and Kelly Newhouse.
James Hieatt ’52, Sept. 1, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Mildred.
Manuel Jimenez ’52, March 7, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Sara; his daughters, Joyce Goodrich, Joan Elliott and Janie; his son, Larry; and his stepsons, Jonathan and
Evelyn Leech Krein ’52. Aug. 28, 2014. She is survived by her sisters, L. Louise Berg and Kathryn Leech; and her sons, Philip, Timothy and Mark.
Susan Wiseman Bain Shannon ’52, Dec. 7, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Frank; her children, Jere Lynn Allan, Randal Bain and Marla Ekstrom; and her brother, James Wiseman.
William Wagner ’52, July 26, 2014.
Louise Gentry Almgren ’54, Oct. 12, 2014. She is survived by her son, Marc ’92.
Derwin Davis ’54, Sept. 29, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Barda ’53; and his children, Lollie Davis-Weeks and Laurance.
Robert Kulp ’55, April 20, 2014.
Marilyn Leonard LaChapelle ’55, Nov. 3, 2014. Survivors include her children, Chris, Jon Marc and Jeanne Marie.
Donna Hardy Lake ’55, May 1, 2011. Survivors include her husband, Gary.
Ney Abrahamson ’56, Oct. 3, 2014. Survivors include his wife, MaryAnn; his sister, Ann Hansard; and his children, Chris, Kacy Hastings, Kyle and Eric.
Marcia Shannon Howe ’56, Aug.11, 2014.
Donna Driver Lewis ’56, Oct. 5, 2014. Survivors include her children, Karrin Hopper, Korey and Kenton.
Garvin McGettrick ’56, June 11, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Lynne; his son, Garvin; his daughter, Elizabeth Ann Stein; and his brothers, Jewel, Dennis and Dale.
Robert Ormsby ’56, Sept. 18, 2014.
Elvin Tinkham ’56, Oct. 17, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Janet ’57; his daughter, Janelle Wesner; and his son, Ron.
Gaylan Bradford ’57, July 6, 2014. He is survived by his sons, Kevin, Lance and Brett.
Howard Carmean ’57, Sept. 19, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Gladys; his children, Gene, Leland, Kenneth and Rachel; and his stepson, Phillip Martin Ingalls.
Mary Elaine Rutledge Eberl ’57, Aug. 31, 2014. She is survived by her sons, John and Greg; her brother, William Rutledge; and her partner, Dick Wuopio.
Jim Farnham ’57, Aug. 7, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Pauline; his daughter, Sharon Ortiz; and his sons, Mike, Paul and Chris.
Eadith Heath Atkinson ’58, ’67, July 17, 2014. Survivors include her son, Frank.
Robert Tucker ’58, Jan. 7, 2015. Survivors include his wife, Ann; and his daughters, Laurel Schoeman, Darci Yemm and Carrie Safranek ’96.
Robert Newcomb ’59, July 10, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Betty ’58; his daughters, Dale Marcikic and Jhyl Mumford; his son, Scott; and his brother, David.
Jerry Tennant ’59, July 5, 2014.
Guy Burge ’60, April 1, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Linda ’61; and his sister-in-law, Susan Mayes ’68.
Don Kennedy ’60, Nov. 16, 2014. Survivors include his children, Mike, Nancy Szilagyi,
Jill Richards, Amy Hendrickson and Heather; and his stepchildren, Kelly Kiesnowski and Mike Maki.
Phil Crawford ’61, May 27, 2014.
Irma Flores Cruz ’62, Jan. 6, 2015. She is survived by her sons, David, Robert, Richard, Brian and Paul.
Edward Fletcher ’62, Aug. 13, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Mary; his daughter, Elizabeth Freel; his son, Edward; and his brother and sister-in-law, George and Janet ’62 Fletcher.
Arthur Johnson ’62, June 17, 2013. Survivors include his wife, Katherine ’63.
Christy Pierce Flanagan ’63, June 2014.
Russell Lockner ’63, Nov. 4, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Susan; his daughter, Christina; and his stepdaughters, Christine and Jill.
Rev. Gary Dudder ’64, Sept. 27, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Jacci; his sons, David and Jeff; his daughter, Joy Baskins; his stepson, Jeff Witt; and his sister, Shelley Rose.
Keith Burnside ’65, June 27, 2013. He is survived by his wife, Sandy ’66, and his daughters, Lori Jones and Keri.
Jo Anna Beeler Edwards Farabough ’65, May 22, 2014. She is survived by her daughters, Anita Engiles, Cathy Frederickson, Linda Lallande Carmichael, Evelyn Hoy and Pamela Woods; and her son, Robert Edwards.
Wilfred Foreman ’65, Jan. 4, 2015. He is survived by his wife, Imogene.
Sue Blackburn Stevens ’66, May 9, 2014.
Kenneth Garlock ’67, Oct. 20, 2014.
Paul Russell ’67, July 25, 2014.
Kent Maynard ’70, Dec. 10, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Susan Diduk; and his daughters, Jemma and Fu Xiang.
Thomas Barnett ’72, Nov. 17, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Adele; his sister, Ellen; and his brothers, Andy ’74 and Peter ’64.
Carmen Dominguez Nevarez ’74, Sept. 22, 2014. She is survived by her daughter, Olivia; and her sons, Mario and John.
Christopher Stirling ’77, Nov. 27, 2014.
Theodore Browne ’85, Aug. 23, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Heather; their children, Sienna and Mac; his mother, Georgian; his brother, Scott ’89; and his sister, Allison.
Susan McElvany Rubin ’87, Dec. 23, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Jon; her son, Raymond; her parents, James McElvany ’63 and Mary Rini ’63; her siblings, Jennifer Cohen and Daniel McElvany; and several family members including her aunt and uncle, Kenneth ’69 and Susan ’69 McElvany; and her cousin, Laura Blankenship ’86.
Jonathan Belin ’80, March 30, 2014. He
is survived by his siblings, Tom, Jim, Joy Kramer and Laurie Williams; and his stepmother,
Leslie Lusardi ’87, June 7, 2014.
Liza Marie Elizabeth Cozad-Lauser ’88,
Jan. 4, 2015. Survivors include her husband,
David; her stepdaughter, Ella; and her brothers, Jim and John Cozad.
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Fern Marie Platner ’74, Dec. 22, 2014. Survivors include her daughters, Vicki Holbert, Debbi Moore and Gina Peach; and her sons, George and Gary.
Beverly Reese Lewis ’75, Aug. 14, 2014. She is survived by her daughters, Patricia McHugh and Carol.
Patsy Harrison ’77, March 1, 2014.
Richard Orphan ’78, March 11, 2014.
Phyllis Ruby Sipe Walker ’80, Oct. 1, 2014. She is survived by her sister, Donna Dills.
Sharon Sitton ’81, Dec. 19, 2014. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Janet ’85 and Donn ’88 Grenda; her daughter,
Jennifer Green; her sons, Michael ’88 and Sean ’00; her brother, Scott Brown; and several family members including her grandson, Robert Grenda ’14.
Frank Yost ’81, May 27, 2014.
Darlene Long ’82, Sept. 6, 2014.
Daniel Porter ’82, Aug. 16, 2014. He is survived by his son, Jonathan; and his sister, Kay Edwards.
Wilma Louise Storne ’82, July 25, 2014. She is survived by her husband, Jack; their son, Jack; their daughter, Kirsten Piazza; and her brothers, Joe and Bill Barnett.
Amos Nelson Stradling ’82, Jan. 2, 2015.
Survivors include his wife, Laura; his mother, Alberta; his brother, Jim; his sister, Sue; and his son, Andrew.
Martin Stevens ’83, July 1, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Pat.
James Johnson ’84, Oct. 23, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Viola ’90; his mother, Cloteal; his daughter, Deidria; his sons, Troy, Derrick, Anthony and Jay; and his brother, Herbert.
Charles Horn ’85, Dec. 18, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Donna.
Jerry Abshier ’87, Sept. 22, 2014. He is survived by his sons, Jerry and David; and his daughter, Pamela Berry.
Howard Campbell ’87, ’89, Oct. 4, 2014. Survivors include his wife, Shirley; his sons, Chris Nethery and Dwayne; and his daughters, Marti Hampton ’99 and Sherry Walsh.
John Ryan ’87, Aug. 4, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Barbara; and his siblings, Susan Stack, Fran Greis, Anne Johnson, Teresa Manzella, Paul, Tim and Tony.
Florence Sax ’87, December 2011.
Albert “Eugene” Talley ’87, July 1, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Judy; and his daughters, Cheryl Kremer, Kim Koelbel and
Annie Dean ’89, Jan. 7, 2012. Survivors include her sons, Gary and Ryan; her brother, Huey Stidivent; and her sisters, Faye Manes and Bertha Lee Weeks.
David Heath ’89, Jan. 4, 2015. He is survived by a son, Robert; and a brother, Jim ’75.
Mary Moch ’89, Dec. 13, 2014. She is survived by her son, David; and her siblings, Carla Zylius, Evonne Lockman, Robert, Teresa, David, Lawrence, Vincent, Rockie, Kenneth and Kevin.
Denise Lovin Garcia Bennett ’91, July 18, 2014. Survivors include her daughter, Jaclyn Garcia.
Dennis Duffy ’92, Nov. 7, 2014.
Terrence Pickrel ’92, Nov. 5, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Kathleen; his daughter, Kaitlyn; his son, Ian; his brother, Mike; his sisters, Sandra St. Aubin, Tamra Murphy and Roxanna Starkey; and his stepfather, Edward.
Barbara Ann Stullich Sullivan ’92, Nov. 9, 2014. Survivors include her husband, John; her sons, Larry and James Stullich; and her stepdaughters, Sally Schilling and Erin Dacy.
Phyllis Tarter Hinshaw ’95, Aug. 22, 2014. Survivors include her sons, Mike and Chris Tartar.
James Secrist ’05, Aug. 4, 2006.
Roseline Bristoll: Former Employee
Longtime University employee and friend, Roseline Bristoll, passed away on Oct. 12, 2014, after a brief battle with cancer. She
Born on Feb. 26, 1940, in Arizona, she moved to San Bernardino, Calif., with her parents, Lou and Ethel Pnozuric, at a young age. She grew up in San Bernardino and graduated from San Bernardino High School. After high school, she attended San Bernardino Valley College and worked for San Bernardino County.
In 1985, she joined the Redlands family working for the offices of Development and Student Life. During her 20 years on campus, she was involved with the Staff Organization and Town & Gown Association. She retired in 2005.
“Roseline enjoyed her time at Redlands. She made many, many lifelong friends, me included. Her sense of humor and friendship will be greatly missed,” said Dwanna Runner, retired University employee.
Willis Rogers: Professor
Adjunct professor and alumnus, Willis Rogers ’62, passed away on Dec. 15, 2014.
A lifelong Redlands resident, Rogers graduated from Redlands High School before attending the University.
After graduation, he taught Spanish and French at Bloomington High School in unincorporated Bloomington, Calif., for 36 years. He also taught for 13 years at San Bernardino Valley College and did post graduate work at Universite de Laval, Quebec, Canada;
University of Arizona at Tucson and Claremont Graduate School.
After retiring, he and his wife, Nancy, worked with the University of Redlands supervising student teachers until the fall of 2014.
Rogers was an active alumnus serving on the Alumni Board and the Redlands Admissions Assistance Program. He was also an avid supporter of the Redlands Symphony Orchestra.
He is survived by his wife; his son, Todd; his daughter, Tricia; his brother, Mark ’58; his grandchildren, Christian and Savannah; and his nephews, Scott and Bill.
Anna Hollenberg: Dedicated Volunteer
Alumna and volunteer, Anna Hoglund Hollenberg ’52, passed away on Dec. 20, 2014, at the age of 85.
While attending Redlands, she met her future husband, Leland ’49, and was a member of Alpha Sigma Pi sorority and the national honor society Mortar Board.
After graduation, she and Leland lived in Berkeley, Hawaii, Fullerton and Claremont before settling in Redlands where he worked as a chemistry professor for 28 years.
Throughout her life, Hollenberg remained an active alumna serving as a member of the Alumni Reunion Committee, Alumni for Greeks, Cortner Society, University of Redlands Retirees Organization and the Town & Gown Association.
She is survived by her husband of 63 years; her daughter and son-in-law, Sandra and Bill Daub; her sons, John and Dave; her sons and daughters-in-law, Stan and Molly and Jim and Linda; her sisters-in-law and brother-in-law, Marion, Donna and Darrel Taylor and Anne Derfer; her nieces and nephews, Carla and Jim Robertson, Susan, Mike, Kim, Kristin and Reggie Reed, Scott and Laurel Taylor, Karen Derfer, Greg Derfer and Brian and Jesi Derfer; and her grandchildren, Eric Daub, Brian and Ginger Price Daub, Michael Daub and Taryn Rathbone-Daub, Mary Beth Daub and Tommy and
Daniel Aldama: Educator
Daniel Aldama ’92, school of Business adjunct professor, passed away on Dec. 26, 2014.
After receiving his bachelor’s degree from Redlands, he earned his master’s degree in business administration from the University of California, Irvine and his Ph.D. from Capella University.
Prior to joining Redlands’ faculty, where he taught for 14 years, he was a senior manager at MCI and Winstar Communications. In
addition to Redlands, he was also the lead faculty area chair for the University of Phoenix’s College of Information Systems & Technology.
In 2002, he started Aldama Consulting, which helped small- to medium-sized businesses with business technology and strategy.
He is survived by his wife, Susan; his son, Matthew; his daughters and sons-in-law, Sondra and Luis De Paz and Christa and Neil Curtis; his sister, Yvonne; his brothers, Lawrence and Brian; and his grandchildren, Evan and Luis De Paz and Rebekah and James Curtis.
Elam Anderson: Revered Reverend
Reverend and son of former University of Redlands President Elam Anderson Sr., Elam Anderson ’46 passed away on Dec. 29, 2014. He was 88.
Anderson was born in Shanghai, China, where his parents were serving as American Baptist missionaries. His family returned to the States in 1932 where his father served as president of Linfield College in Oregon before coming to Redlands.
After graduating from Redlands, he received his Master of Divinity in 1952 from the Berkeley Baptist Divinity School.
His eminent career included serving American Baptist congregations in Oakland, San Jose and Fort Bragg, Calif.; and Methodist congregations in New Hampshire, Idaho and Oregon. He retired in 1990.
He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Jean; his son, Mark and his wife, Amy; his son, Stephen; his son, Jonathan and his wife, Marci; his son, James and his wife, Gail; his son, David and his wife, Angela; his grandchildren, Melissa, Gabriel, Aaliyah, Sarah, Sean, Seth, Shawn, Emma, Liam, Ewan, Julian, Alex, Sarah, Eric and Connor; and his great grandchild, Lydia.
Stanley Krause: Distinguished Career
Stanley Krause ’50 passed away on Sept. 18, 2014. He was 87.
He was born in Lincoln, Neb., on Nov. 1, 1926, and moved to California as a child. He attended Banning High School, where he was elected class president and was a CIF Football All-Star.
Prior to attending Redlands, he attended Marquette University Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps in Wisconsin.
In 1957, he followed his passion of real estate investment and management and went to work for Orange County in California serving as the director of real property services. During his 24-year career, he led the development of over $1 billion in real estate assets, including parks and golf courses, and the development of Dana Point Harbor.
He was considered a leader and innovator in the field of right-of-way and public real estate services and was recognized internationally. He served as the regional chairman of the American Right-of-Way Association and president of the Orange County Chapter of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers and the LA Chapter of the American Right-of- Way Association. Throughout his life, he remained an active alumnus and supporter of education and the University—his generous gifts to the Redlands Fund supported many Redlands students in their endeavors.
He is survived by his second wife, Barbara; his sister, Evangeline Williams; his sons and daughters-in-law, Ward ’74 and Barbara ’73 and Clay ’79 and Pam ’80; his daughter-in-law, Diana; his grandchildren, Eric, Kurt ’12, Kevin, Laura and Loren; and his wife’s children, Linda Browning, Cynthia Morris and Paul Lewis.
Memorial donations in his memory may be made to the University of Redlands, Office of Development, 1200 E. Colton Ave.,
Redlands, CA 92374.
Donell Miller: Founding Faculty Member
Johnston Center for Integrative Studies’ founding faculty member, Herbert Donell “Don” Miller, passed away on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2014. He was 88.
Miller was a student of Romanian-American psychologist Jacob Moreno and classified himself as a social psychologist—a unique role at Johnston at the time.
Among Johnston alumni, Miller is well known for his passion, commitment and unique presence, and will always be remembered for his psychodramas which allowed students to investigate and gain insight into their lives.
“Don will continue to have ripples of positive impact on the world through all of us who were influenced by him to turn around and pass on his kind thoughtfulness to those whom we’ve cared for and taught,” said John Ruark ’73, clinical associate professor of psychiatry, Stanford University School of Medicine.
“Don was dedicated to his students. I was always touched by his sunny disposition; he rarely, if ever, criticized others, and always looked for achievements, things to praise and progress,” said Professor Bill McDonald,
retired, Johnston Center.
He is survived by his wife, Marjorie; his children, Harvey ’75, Beth Singer ’74, Chantel Baralli, Ted ’79, Mark, Jane and Don; his 10 grandchildren; and his 10 great-grandchildren.
Larry Larson: Professor
Longtime School of Business faculty member, Larry Larson ’83, ’85, passed away on Dec. 18, 2014.
After obtaining his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University’s School of Business, he joined the faculty in 1987. He
retired in 2014 after serving 27 years.
In addition to his teaching, his also owned Larson Consulting.
Survivors include his wife, Donna ’89.
James Dixon: A Place for Science
James Dixon ’49, alumnus and University supporter, passed away on Feb. 27, 2014. He was 86.
After graduating from high school in Long Beach, Calif., he worked at Douglas Aircraft Company. He left Douglas during World War II and joined the U.S. Navy. After serving his country, he attended Redlands, where he was a member of Pi Chi. He then went on to earn his master’s degree in physics from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Dixon then returned to Douglas where he worked as an engineer for 30 years.
Throughout his life he remained an active supporter of his alma mater, particularly the University’s Science Campaign.
He is survived by his son and daughter-in-law, James and Julie.
Fred Riedman: Benefactor
Fred Riedman ’52, passed away on April 17, 2014.
After graduating with his bachelor’s degree in economics, he attended the University of Southern California Gould School of Law then joined the law firm of Dalessi & Dybens. In 1965, he made partner.
In 1998, he retired from Riedman, Dalessi & Dybens and worked as a private investor.
He was active in the community serving on the board of directors of the Aquarium of the Pacific. He also served as a trustee of the California Museum Foundation and as a board member for Center Trust Inc.
He was an active alumnus and benefactor. He served on the Alumni Reunion Committee, assisted the University’s Office of Alumni
Relations and was also a President’s Circle donor for many years.
Survivors include his brother, Richard ’55; and his niece, Suzanne ’06.
Edward Green: Distinguished Doctor
Edward Green ’53, longtime physician, passed away on Aug. 21, 2014.
At Redlands, Green met Professor of Biology Ted Norris who set him on his path to the field of medicine. After graduating, he moved back to Iowa where he attended medical school and married his wife, Kay.
They returned to Indio, Calif., to raise three children and Green worked as a general surgeon.
He and Kay enjoyed traveling, especially to Hawaii and Africa. In 1999, he retired from medicine and built a home in Hawaii.
Throughout his life he remained connected to the University. He and Kay visited the campus numerous times touring the Stauffer Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Studies and visiting with then Professor of Biology Elaine Brubacher to discuss the advancement of the pre-med program. In addition, he served the Redlands Admissions Assistance Program, contributed to the Redlands Fund and the Science Campaign and established the Angeline Green Endowed Scholarship in honor
of his daughter.
Survivors include his sons, Johann “Hans” and Tam; his daughter-in-law, Kay ’94; and his granddaughter, Heidi. He was
preceded in death by his wife, Kay; and his daughter, Angeline.