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May14, 2008

Vol. 108, No. 13


Memorials by Class: 1977

T. James Binder '77

Jim — known as “Pitbull” in legal circles in Northern Virginia — died Jan. 9, 2015, in Manassas, Va., where he lived. Born in Michigan and transplanted to Virginia as...

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Susan H. Burgess '77

SUE BURGESS DIED Sept. 3, 1993, in Wappingers Falls, N.Y., of complications from a brain tumor for which she had twice undergone surgery.A chemicalengineering major who...

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Robert W. Callahan '77

Many ’77ers echoed what Craig Sachson, the University’s director of athletic communications, wrote after Bob died Jan. 27, 2015: that he “stood for the right thing and...

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Douglas F. Coppi '77

Doug, who specialized in construction engineering and management and dispute resolution, was our class treasurer from 1987 to 1992. He died unexpectedly Sept. 21,...

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John David Crawford '77

John David Crawford, a physicist and associate professor in the Dept. of Physics and Astronomy at the U. of Pittsburgh, died Aug. 23, 1998, from Burkitt's lymphoma, at...

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Karen Eloise Kenney '77

Karen died Sept. 26, 2005, two weeks into a planned seven-week vacation in Australia with her husband, Thomas Brown ’75. Karen, who was born in Brooklyn...

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Peter D. Maguire '77

PETER WAS killed on the evening of Oct. 24, 1989, in St. Louis. He was shot in the back after a robbery attempt. He was accosted as he walked toward his car, parked on a...

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Alexander B. Maish '77

Alex died March 11, 2005. He had struggled with cystic fibrosis his entire life. His twin brother, Fred, also a classmate, died in 1990.Alex and Fred grew up in...

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Frederick Irving Maish '77

FRED MAISH died Oct. 23, 1990, ending a courageous struggle against cystic fibrosis that he had waged since birth. Although fighting this disease required great effort,...

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John Loran Ooley III '77

John died Aug. 1, 1998, in Oklahoma City, of pancreatic cancer. He attended Princeton for only our first semester, but those who knew him remember his remarkable...

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George Perez '77

George, an AIDS researcher who was the principal investigator in a number of clinical trials for HIV treatment, died June 14, 2011, of cancer. George grew up in...

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Raymond B. Pitts '77

Ray, a jazz saxophonist and composer who was a star in Denmark, was surely the oldest member of our class — 44 when we graduated, 80 when he died Nov. 2, 2012,...

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