The following obituary was published in the Connecticut Post on May 3, 2012.
PANTON — Michael Oscar Hermann died on Wednesday, April 18, with his devoted family at his side following a brief and valiant struggle with intestinal cancer diagnosed in July of 2011. Michael was a beautiful man, inside and out, and deeply cherished by his family and friends. He lived well and he died with dignity and grace, teaching new lessons about life, love, and compassion. He was a youthful 65 years of age.
Ron Neal, aged 63, died on Thursday, March 8, 2012, at the Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale Arizona, owing to complications arising from congestive heart failure.
Mr. Neal, the son of Antoinette Shrimpton Neal and Dr. Herman J. Neal, was born on April 1, 1948, at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, Illinois.
Rick Willets excerpted the following from the Boston Globe. It is one of several articles about Lowell’s death which appeared in Boston area papers:
Lowell Richards, Boston visionary, dies
Multitalented public servant worked behind scenes
Lowell Richards, 64, died Sunday (February 5) in Cambridge.
Devoted, tireless, brilliant, caring.
David Clark Jacobsen ’69, M.D., Needham, Mass., died on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 2012, succumbing to complications of treatments for esophageal cancer first diagnosed in 1996. Dave is survived by his wife Gabriela and sons Martin, Matias, Christopher and Brian as well as his mother Jacqueline, brothers Ken ’71 and Garry ’75 and his sister Mardi. Dave graduated from Dartmouth Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. While at the College he was a member of the swim team, Alpha Theta and Casque & Gauntlet.
2011-2012: “Philanthropic All-American Rush” (PAAR) $2,500 grant
Terry’s wife, Vivian, sent the following obituary.
“Carl Terrell (Terry) Robinson, beloved husband, father, brother and friend died Thursday, September 8, 2011, in Colorado Springs, Colorado, at home surrounded by his family.
“Born in Rye, New York, he graduated from Rye High School in 1965. He received his AB in Political Science from Dartmouth College, 1969 and his MBA in Marketing and Finance from Amos Tuck School, Dartmouth, 1972.
Bob Lefkowits died recently almost five years after being paralyzed in a body surfing accident following a career involving at least nine start-up companies in Silicon Valley. The following was posted by his son, Brad, shortly after Bob died June 28, as an entry on his CarePages site.
“It is with a heavy heart that I must make a final update to my father’s carepage.
“Robert Mark Lefkowits, known affectionately to all of you as Bob, has passed away.
Deborah Safford has informed members of the class that her husband, James Safford, died April 9 of complications of esophageal cancer after a long battle. She adds, “There was no published obituary as Jim’s sphere of acquaintances was terribly diminished. He is survived by his wife, daughter and son, and brother.”
This was sent by his twin brother, Randy, also from the Class of ’69:
(March 14, 1947 - April 4, 2011)