VERNA HAMMEL LEARY ’31, May 18, Peoria. Verna was a homemaker and a member of Pi Beta Phi. Her son, seven grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren survive.
RUTH HESSION ’32, June 3, Peoria. She handled numerous adoptions as a caseworker for Catholic Social Services. A member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, she was a Sigma Kappa at Bradley. Survivors include her brother.
ROBERT W. JOHNSON ’34, February 8, Bradenton, Fla. He had been a communication consultant for Illinois Bell. He was involved in numerous civic and professional organizations. He moved from East Peoria to Florida in 1978. His wife Violet, two children, and three grandchildren survive.
MILTON GRUBER ’35, April 3, St. Louis. He worked for 41 years in the public schools as an assistant superintendent, principal, and industrial arts teacher. Milton played baseball at Bradley and was inducted into the amateur baseball hall of fame in St. Louis. He was a World War II veteran. His wife Ursula, two children, four grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren survive.
MARY ELLA MARCY MATTHIAS ’35, May 14, Glen Carbon. She and her husband lived in Chicago and Michigan before moving to the St. Louis area. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Two daughters and two grandchildren survive.
MARY DAVIS ANDERSON ’37, May 10, Clinton. She and her husband farmed near Kenney for many years. They were involved with the Confederate Air Force Museum in Texas. Two children, six grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren survive.
FRANKLIN PALMER BLISS ’37, June 3, Plano, Texas. Palmer was a member of Sigma Phi at Bradley. Survivors include three children, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
HAROLD “SOLLY” COULSON ’37, May 2, Peoria. A partner in S&K Chevrolet before retiring, he was an avid golfer. He earned a Bronze Star for his World War II service in the Army. Surviving are his wife Pat, one daughter, and two grandsons.
ROBERT IBER ’37, May 25, Peoria. A World War II Army veteran, he held a juris doctor degree. He was secretary-treasurer of C. Iber & Sons for 25 years and then worked at Commercial National Bank, retiring in 1980 as a vice president. He was active in the community. Three children, six grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren survive. His wife Mary Jayne “Alex” died in April.
ROY SARFF ’37, June 10, Plant City, Fla. Roy was a coach and high school math teacher for 40-plus years in a number of small towns in Illinois. A World War II Army veteran, he held a master’s degree in math from Rockford College. He enjoyed woodworking. Two children, three granddaughters, and two great-grandsons survive. His wife Margaret died on June 13.
FAYE HOOBLER SHERRY ’37, April 24, Lancaster, Pa. An art teacher for 30 years, she chaired the department at Montgomery Blair High School in Maryland. Faye was an active artist in the Washington, D.C., area. A member of Sigma Kappa, she was 101. Her sister survives.
MERCEDES MOORE COX ’38, December 30, 2007, Prairie du Sac, Wis. She taught music and English in the Chicago area. A piano teacher in Wisconsin, she was involved in building the River Arts Center. Survivors include three children, six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
PHYLLIS BARRICK CUSTER ’40, April 13, Peoria. She worked in gift shops at Jumer’s Castle Lodge and Proctor Endowment Home, and was an active volunteer. Survivors include three children, six grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren.
MARY “GINNY” FRYE ’40, June 17, Ames, Iowa. She served on the faculty of the University of Illinois where she had earned master’s and doctoral degrees. In 1970 she developed a program in leisure studies at Iowa State. Ginny was the co-author of Therapeutic Recreation: Its Theory, Philosophy and Practice. After retiring in 1981, she enjoyed travel and volunteering at museums and the hospital.
GUSTAV GIEBELHAUSEN ’41, March 18, Peoria. A physician from 1948 to 1986, he was a surgeon and a faculty member at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria. He served in the Army Medical Corps. Survivors include his wife Hannah, three children, five grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.
CHARLENE APPLEBY HASSEL ’41, March 13, Portland, Ore. She was a teacher and then worked at Caterpillar before becoming a homemaker. Charlene and her late husband Sam lived throughout the U.S., and in Japan and Korea before returning to Peoria in 1983. Three daughters, eight grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren survive.
KELSO COALE ’42, March 17, Ruskin, Fla. He taught industrial arts and driver’s education at Woodruff High School in Peoria for 42 years. He is survived by five children and four grandchildren.
RICHARD GABLE ’42, February 14, Davis, Calif. A political science professor for 43 years, he taught at Ohio State, Stanford, University of Southern California, and UC Davis from 1966 to 1991. He was chair of the system-wide University of California assembly and academic council. Dick helped establish institutes of public administration in Iran and Pakistan. A World War II Army veteran, he enjoyed photography. His wife Myra, three children, and three grandchildren survive.
FRED TRUMPOLD ’42 MS ’48, June 17, Tremont. He retired from coaching and teaching industrial arts at Woodruff and Manual high schools in 1981. A member of Sigma Phi and the Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame, Fred was a champion wrestler and captain of the football team. He enjoyed woodworking and was active in his church. Fred was a World War II Army Air Forces veteran. Surviving are his wife Edith, three children, and five grandchildren.
HOPE ANDERSON GAMBLE ’43, January 14, Fort Collins, Colo. She held a degree from the Chicago Conservatory of Music. Hope and her husband owned a music store in Galesburg where she taught voice and piano lessons for 50 years. Survivors include three children, nine grandchildren, and a great-grandson.
BETTY MOODY WINTERS ’43, July 10, Peoria. Betty taught piano and organ lessons. She was employed by Byerly Music for several years. Her son survives.
MARGARET POOLE SHEPHERD ’45, January 16, Lothian, Md. A public school teacher, she lived in Connecticut, North Carolina, and New York. She held a master’s degree from Columbia University Teacher’s College. Surviving are two children and three grandchildren.
DOROTHY DeGRAFF HOFFMAN ’47, August 9, Peoria. She was an active member of Forrest Hill United Methodist Church where she taught Sunday school. Survivors include her husband HAROLD HOFFMAN ’49, four children, five grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
HERMAN “BUD” SCHUENEMAN ’47, August 8, Kewanee.
ELAINE FRYE SNIDER ’47, July 7, Martinsville, Ind. She was a member of Chi Omega. Her father, Dr. Ellis Frye, was a longtime professor of education at Bradley.
HELEN ANDERSON SCHLOBOHM ’48, April 5, Stratford, Wis. She was a school secretary and was active in the Presbyterian Church, serving as an elder and newsletter editor. Survivors include two daughters, three grandchildren, and two great-granddaughters.
HAROLD GABBERT ’49, May 28, Galena. He traveled extensively as an engineering consultant. He enjoyed fishing and golf, and was active in the community. Harold was a World War II Navy veteran. Five children and six grandchildren survive.
ROBERT J. NELSON ’49, May 9, Peoria. Bob was a Navy veteran.
ROY SETTERLUND ’49, June 27, Peoria. He worked in insurance for the Auren Muir agency and later for John Pearl. A World War II Army Air Forces pilot, Roy was an active member of Salem Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife Marilyn, five children, and eight grandchildren.
STANLEY STEINAU ’49, June 8, Peoria. He retired in 1989 as a speech pathologist in School District 150 and in private practice. Stan had served as president of the local Speech and Hearing Association, and the Corn Stock Theatre board. A World War II Army veteran, he held a master’s degree from the University of Iowa. Survivors include his wife ANN DOOLEY STEINAU ’43, two children, and four grandchildren.
JACK VICKREY ’49, July 9, Peoria. He retired from Kemper Insurance Co. after 35 years as an auditor. Jack was a World War II Army Air Forces veteran. His wife Marjorie survives.
SHIRLEY PARMENTER CALDWELL ’50, April 11, Warwick, R.I.
JAMES KEATING ’50, February 19, Danville. He taught art in elementary schools in Peoria and Danville for many years. James was a World War II Navy veteran. He enjoyed radio-controlled model airplanes. Eight children, 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren survive.
THOMAS McCABE ’50, March 2008, Chicago Heights. He retired from North American Van Lines after 50 years, serving as vice president and agency owner. He was a World War II Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife Joyce, four children, 18 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.
JOHN F. MORGAN ’50, June 18, Manchester, N.J. He retired in 1991 as the owner and operator of a mechanical engineering firm in Kailua, Hawaii. John served in the Army during World War II and the Korean War. He was involved in Scouts and Junior Achievement. Survivors include his wife Clemence, four children, seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
FRANK TRANTINA ’50, July 17, Fort Myers, Fla. Four children and 13 grandchildren survive.
WARREN BECKLUND ’51 MBA ’56, June 9, Mullenville, Kan. He worked in the missile industry in California, Colorado, and Florida, and was considered the main troubleshooter for the guidance system of the Atlas Missile. Warren was a World War II Army Air Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife Gloria, two sons, three stepchildren, and nine grandchildren.
DONALD FUEHRING ’51, June 27, Morton. He retired from Caterpillar in 1986 after 35 years in export finance operations. Don owned and operated Morton Coin Wash for 32 years. Active in Masonic work, he also served on numerous boards in Mackinaw. He was on Morton’s zoning board for 14 years. Don was a World War II Navy Air Corps veteran. Survivors include his wife MARJORIE MORRISON FUEHRING ’49, three children, and 10 grandchildren.
RAYMOND T. JOHNSON ’51, April 29, Peoria. He owned and managed Advance Interiors since 1954. A World War II Army Air Corps veteran, he retired from the Air Force Reserves in 1970 as a major. Ray was a charter member of Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity at Bradley. Survivors include his wife Sue, three children, three grandchildren, and a great-granddaughter.
LAWRENCE DEUSHANE ’52, April 11, St. David. A watchmaker at jewelry stores in the Quad Cities for 41 years, he later returned to farming. He was an Army veteran. Surviving are his wife Mary Ellen, three children, and three grandchildren.
EUGENIA BALIS SCOTT ’52, May 2008, Buffalo Grove. She had been a fashion buyer for Charles A. Stevens. Survivors include her husband Donald, four children, and four grandchildren.
LOUISE NIELSEN THARP ’52, July 19, Neponset.
HOWARD TURNER ’52, July 29, Sister Bay, Wis. He was vice president of sales for Bell & Howell, and earlier worked at Dukane Audio Visual as group vice president. Howard was an official at several Olympic Games, including in 2000 as team leader of the U.S. kayak team. A runner and a sailor, he belonged to the Bradley Flying Club, and was an active pilot until age 79. Surviving are his wife PHYLLIS DENKER TURNER ’51, four children, and six grandchildren.
HARRY CROLL ’53, May 21, Fort Collins, Colo. An architectural engineer in the commercial construction field, he built structures across the U.S. Harry had served as president of the Arvada Rotary Club and was honored by the Rotary in Fort Collins. A Korean War Army veteran, he was a member of Sigma Chi at Bradley. His wife Nila, four children, and nine grandchildren survive.
WILLIAM EDLUND ’53, November 27, 2007, Elgin. He was a civil engineer with the Illinois Department of Transportation. A World War II Army Air Corps veteran, he was a member of the Elgin R.C. Flyers Club. His two sons survive.
GERALD JACOBS ’53, May 2008, Palos Heights. Gerry was a retired Allstate agent. He is survived by his wife Dolly, five children, four stepchildren, and 19 grandchildren.
THOMAS JACQUIN ’53, June 24, Peoria. He owned Jacquin & Co. Office Products, and Space Age Travel. Tom was an Air Force veteran and was active in Cursillo. Surviving are his wife Pixie, four children, and eight grandchildren.
ROBERT E. JONES ’53, February 21, Palm Springs, Calif. He was an Army veteran. Survivors include three children and seven grandchildren.
WILLIAM LAUERMAN ’53, June 24, Sun City West, Ariz. He was assistant vice president at CUMIS Credit Union Insurance for 18 years before retiring in 1991. William was a Navy veteran. He was involved in computer and art clubs, and helped procure computers for a local school. Survivors include his wife Veronica, three children, and two grandchildren.
MARY MURPHY LINSTROM ’53, March 20, Sanibel Island, Fla. She and her husband Bob lived in St. Louis before moving to Ohio in 1970. Mary was a social worker in the Wooster city schools from 1974 to 1996. She earned a master’s degree in social work at Washington University. Mary was president of their condo association. Her husband survives, along with four children and seven grandchildren.
RICHARD ROYALTY ’53, May 24, Issaquah, Wash. He was employed by the Boeing Co. from 1955 to 1984. Survivors include his wife Bobbie, three children, a stepdaughter, and two grandchildren.
PHILIP STRANG ’54, April 27, Fairfax, Va. He was a personnel director for the Defense Logistics Agency, retiring in 1986. An Air Force veteran, he worked in personnel for the Air Force as a civilian in Chicago and Michigan. He enjoyed pickleball and had won several Senior Olympics medals. Surviving are his wife Shirley, two sons, and three grandchildren.
LEE BUHRMAN ’55, February 19, Springfield. He was vice president of international sales for Echlin Inc. for 25 years, retiring in 1989. Later he worked for the Illinois Department of Revenue until 2004. An Army veteran, he is survived by his wife Elizabeth, four children, and four grandchildren.
WILLIAM LINSLEY ’55 MA ’61, October 24, 2006, Houston. He was a professor of communication at the University of Houston. At Bradley, William was a champion debater and a member of Lambda Chi Alpha. He held a law degree and a Ph.D. William was an Air Force veteran. Surviving are his wife Joan, two daughters, and a grandson.
DONNA PFLEDERER PATON MARTIN ’55, March 29, Morton. A music teacher and pianist, Donna worked as a Realtor for many years until retiring last fall. She was the choir director and organist at her church. Four children, four stepdaughters, many grandchildren, and a great-grandson survive.
DOROTHY ROSENBAUM MOORE ’55 MA ’76, April 24, Dunlap. She retired in 1993 after 30 years as a counselor and teacher at Princeville High School. A member of Sigma Kappa, Dorothy had been president of WRA, the sponsor of women’s intramural competitions. Surviving are her husband David, one son, and several grandsons.
LOIS COLLIER ’56, February 17, Morton. She was a teacher for 41 years at Hines, Harrison, and Sterling schools in Peoria. Lois held a master’s degree from Illinois State University. She had served as president of a local retired teachers group. Survivors include her son, three grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren.
CHARLES DONOHUE ’56, April 3, Mascoutah. A retired lieutenant colonel, he was a navigator in the Air Force for 24 years. In 1981, he opened Camelot Realty in Fairview Heights. Survivors include his wife Evelyn, six children, and 11 grandchildren.
JOHN SHULL ’56, April 21, San Antonio. As a career Air Force officer, he served in Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, and Texas until 1977. Among his commendations was a Bronze Star. In addition to his four children, John also was a father figure for children who lost their fathers in Vietnam. His wife ELLEN MURPHY SHULL ’59 and eight grandchildren also survive.
NATHANIEL COVER SR. ’57, July 3, Peoria. He was founder and president of Cover Electric Inc. Nate was a board member for his church, as well as NECA, IBEW, and the city’s electrical commission. He served in the Air National Guard Reserves. Nate enjoyed boating and tennis. Three children and eight grandchildren survive.
NANCY ROAKE O’NEIL ’57, May 11, Sarasota, Fla. At Bradley, she was president of Pi Beta Phi, and worked on the Anaga and the Scout. Nancy had been involved with the ballet and the symphony in Peoria and Sarasota. Her husband JOHN “JACK” O’NEIL ’57, three sons, and six grandchildren survive.
DAVID L. TUCKER ’57, February 28, Sandwich. A retired Air Force lieutenant colonel, he had many commendations, including a Silver Star and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Dave earned a master’s degree in guidance and counseling, and later worked for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. He was inducted into the Bradley Athletics Hall of Fame for diving and tennis. His father, Leslie Tucker, was dean of students at BU for many years. Survivors include his wife Diane and two children.
DONALD BREESE ’59, June 26, Morton. He retired from teaching science and social studies at Central School in Washington in 1993. Donald wrote a column for a local newspaper and co-founded the Tazewell County Court counseling program. He was an Army veteran. Surviving are his wife Jeanne, one daughter, and two granddaughters.
FRANK IERULLI ’59, May 3, Peoria. He was a dentist for 27 years, retiring in 1991. A member of Rotary in Washington, he received the Paul Harris award. Frank also was honored by his church for volunteer work in Haiti. Survivors include his wife Janice, five children, and five grandchildren.
PATRICIA JORDAN MELLICAN ’61, March 29, Huntley. She retired as director of professional standards and peer review for the Illinois CPA Society. Earlier, she owned an accounting firm in Galesburg and worked as an auditor for several national accounting firms. An active volunteer, Patricia was a charter member of her PEO chapter in Sarasota, Fla. She sang in her church choirs in Illinois and Florida. Survivors include her husband John, two sons, and four grandchildren.
ROY SAETTLER ’61, July 30, Delavan. He retired in 1997 as a civil engineer with the Illinois Department of Transportation. Roy was an alderman, and a founding member of Delavan New Life Fellowship. His wife Patricia, four children, and seven grandchildren survive.
WARREN ZEHR ’61, May 5, Eden Prairie, Minn. He and his wife Maryanna operated ZP Sales Inc. for 23 years, retiring in 1999. Earlier he was an engineer for Bemis Co. and Kimberly Clark Corp. Warren was a World War II Navy veteran. His wife survives, along with two daughters and two grandchildren.
ROBERT BARBER ’62, June 25, Springfield. He retired from IBM after 30 years of service. He was a partner in RoBar Properties, and a founder of Kwik One Oil & Lube. A member of Sigma Chi at Bradley, he had served in the Illinois Air National Guard. He was active in the community and had been president of the Visiting Nurses Association of Illinois. Surviving are his wife Nancy, two children, and two grandchildren.
KAREN DEMMIN BOLAND ’63, March 31, Peoria. She had been a teacher, museum archivist, and medical transcriptionist. Two daughters and her granddaughter survive.
PEARL SPAINHOUR BROOKHAM ’63, May 19, Canton. She was an elementary school teacher in Peoria Heights and Canton for 29 years. Pearl was an active member of First Christian Church and a longtime hospital volunteer. Surviving are two sons, a stepdaughter, and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
TED W. JOHNSON ’63, June 21, Eagle, Wis. He retired from Abbott Laboratories in 2005 as a mechanical engineer. In 1979, Ted and his wife Suellen helped start the Ron Santo Walk for the Cure for juvenile diabetes in Chicago. She survives, along with two daughters and a granddaughter.
SHARON MORRIS-BILOTTI ’63, March 28, Springfield. She worked for the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) in numerous positions for 37 years. Sharon frequently consulted with the White House on child welfare issues. She held a master’s degree from University of California, Berkeley. She was an ordained elder at First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband Eugene, two stepdaughters, and four grandchildren.
PAUL LAZARSKI ’65, June 9, La Luz, N.M. An Air Force major, he earned the Distinguished Flying Cross in Vietnam. He retired from active duty in 1985 and from the Reserves in 2003. Paul also worked as a sheriff’s deputy and a juvenile probation officer. He was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha at Bradley. His son, stepson, and two grandsons survive.
GERALD WHITTET ’67, June 14, Lombard. He was a manager for Fresh Express, and previously worked in insurance as a comptroller. Jerry was an Army veteran. His wife Marcella, his father, one son, three stepchildren, and five grandchildren survive.
RICHARD GUINGRICH ’68, July 8, Peoria Heights. He was an oral maxillofacial surgeon in Peoria from 1976 until 2008. He received many awards as a student at the University of Illinois School of Dentistry in Chicago. Richard was a member of Phi Kappa Phi at Bradley. An Army veteran, he taught advanced cardiac life support from 1978 to 1989. Survivors include his wife Nancy, his mother, five children, and 11 grandchildren.
THOMAS HARVEL ’68, January 15, Peoria. He practiced law with Westervelt, Johnson, Nicoll & Keller, with an emphasis on civil rights and employment discrimination. Thom held a juris doctoral degree from Drake University School of Law. He was a Vietnam War Army veteran. Surviving are his wife SUSAN WILLIAMSON HARVEL, MA ’78, two daughters, and his mother.
CLARKE CARNEY, MA ’69, February 10, Gambier, Ohio. The author of two textbooks, he held a doctoral degree from the University of Utah. He served on the faculty at Kansas State and Ohio State universities. Later, Clarke was director of counseling centers at Ohio State and at Kenyon College. Survivors include his wife Vicki and two children.
GEORGE GREATHOUSE ’69, December 11, 2007, Sun City, Ariz. He worked in Richmond, Va., before moving west. George played in the Bradley band. Surviving are his wife Joanne, his brother, and sister.
PARVEZ “JOE” JOKHY, MSCE ’69, April 4, Peoria. He was employed by IDOT as a civil engineer, and then operated PNJ Enterprises as a highway contractor for 20 years, retiring in 2006. Survivors include his wife Sharon, his mother, two sons, and a grandson.
ROBERT SELINGER, MA ’69, June 1, Vero Beach, Fla. He was an assistant director with the state of Illinois in Springfield. Surviving are his wife Carol, two children, and two grandchildren.
TERRY BAUER ’70, June 21, Grayslake. He co-owned Bauer Equipment & Supply Co. in Mundelein. Surviving are his wife BETTY BROCKMEIER BAUER ’68, three children, and two grandsons.
DAVID HAGER, MA ’71, May 23, Morton. He farmed and taught agriculture and biology at Morton High School, retiring in 1987. Dave was a World War II Marine Corps veteran. He was active in 4-H and FFA. Survivors include three children, 10 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren.
NIHAT BILGUTAY ’73, July 1, Wallingford, Pa. He was department head of electrical and computer engineering at Drexel University. He began there as a Drexel Fellow in 1982 and became a full professor in 1992. The recipient of numerous awards, he had an international reputation in the field of ultrasonics. Nihat held a master’s degree from Purdue, as well as a Ph.D. Survivors include his wife Kathy, three daughters, and his parents.
STARTREERE McDONALD ’73, July 8, Peoria. She retired as a supervisor for the U.S. Post Office after 38 years of service. She enjoyed bowling and traveling. Her father, three brothers, and two sisters survive.
PATRICIA REINHOLDT ’73, July 7, East Peoria. A teacher at Bolin Elementary School for 20 years, Pat served on the District 86 School Board for 12 years. She taught Sunday school at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church for 45 years. Pat enjoyed golf and was an active volunteer. Surviving are her husband Fredrick, four children, and eight grandchildren.
VALERIE MAYNARD ’74, July 7, Chicago. She had been a professor at the College of DuPage and North Central College, and recently was affiliated with Northwestern. She held a doctoral degree from the University of Illinois, and spent part of her career instructing teachers in science and math education. Valerie had been a champion racquetball player. At Bradley she was a member of Phi Kappa Phi. Her parents survive.
MICHAEL KEENAN ’75, May 19, Bradenton, Fla. He moved to Florida in 1997 to be director of engineering for Advance Controls Inc. His wife Kathy and two children survive.
MARILYN ZOLLA RIGGEN ’76, April 22, Farmington.
SANFORD ZEITCHICK ’77, July 13, Valley Stream, N.Y. Two brothers survive.
JAMES KIVETT ’80, May 3, Rancho Cordova, Calif. He was assistant vice president of consumer lending at Bank of America. Until 1987, he was branch manager for Peru Federal Savings Bank in Illinois. At Bradley, Jim was a member of Sigma Chi and the jazz band. He played percussion, piano, and bass guitar. Survivors include his mother ELIZABETH WILLMEROTH KIVETT ’50 and sister.
DON WICKS ’80, July 26, Chicago. Don was an engineer with the Chicago Department of Aviation. In the ’80s, he assisted with the redesign of Lake Shore Drive’s S-curve. He enjoyed music, bicycling, and travel. Two sisters and a brother survive.
JAN SHUTAN FINER ’81, June 5, Tampa, Fla. Jan was a member of F.O.R.C.E. and Congregation Schaarai Zedek. She had previously lived in Flossmoor. Survivors include her husband MICHAEL FINER ’80, two daughters, and her mother.
BRIAN BLYTHE ’84, June 27, Sunny Isles Beach, Fla. He was director of pre-college programs at the University of Miami, where he had earned a master’s degree. Brian had been director of admissions at Robert Morris College in Springfield for more than 10 years. He was involved in his church and in civic projects in Miami. Three sisters and two brothers survive.
DANIEL JACOB ’84, March 15, St. Johns, Fla. He worked for Caterpillar for nearly 20 years as a sales and service representative. Two sons survive.
ROSEMARY TRUMP ’89, May 11, Peoria. Active in the community and St. Philomena Catholic Church, Rosemary served on the Peoria County Board for 12 years. She was a World War II Navy veteran. Two children and three grandchildren survive.
ANDREW LINNENBURGER, MBA ’07, June 15, Raleigh, N.C. He was an account executive in sales at Consonus Technologies. A graduate of Drake University, Andy was an adviser to Pi Kappa Alpha in North Carolina. At Bradley he served on the University Senate and was the MBA rep to the Graduate School Advisory Council. Survivors include his brother ADAM LINNENBURGER ’09 and parents, DENNIS LINNENBURGER ’74 MEA ’78 and JANE CASANOVA LINNENBURGER, MA ’79. She is executive director of Bradley’s Smith Career Center.
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, assistant professor of business administration from 1967 to 1972, died on April 10 in Peoria. He was 101. He was state supervisor of vocational business education in Springfield from 1946 to 1976, and president of the national association from 1955 to 1957. He held a master’s degree from the University of Chicago. Surviving are three children, seven grandchildren, and eight great-grandchildren.
, a police dispatcher and telephone operator for 14 years, died on April 19. A resident of Washington, she taught voice lessons and sang in her church choir. Her husband Gary, her parents, three children, and a step-grandson survive.