Steven Eric Amundson died December 5, 2015. He was born in Pendleton, Oregon and in high school excelled in all major sports and music activities as well as serving as student council president. He was offered full ride academic scholarships to Harvard, Yale and Dartmouth. He began his college career at Dartmouth in pre-med and had a very successful freshman year. Following that year, what his family now understands, he suffered the onset of a debilitating diagnosis of bi-polar disease.
Michael J. Antal, Jr, a leading person in biomass research, died on 21 October 2015. He received his MS degree in Applied Physics (Quantum Mechanics and Electromagnetic Theory) from Harvard University, followed by the PhD degree in Applied Mathematics (Numerical Analysis and Quantum Mechanics), also from Harvard University.
Word has been received that Enea Atti died in February, 1974. Enea was born on April 9, 1947, in Baden, Switzerland. He attended Horseheads High School in Horseheads, NY, graduating in 1965. Enea’s father Eros attended the University of Bologna and is a well-known physicist. Enea’s friends in the Class of 1969 extend their sympathy to Enea’s parents, relatives, and friends.
From the Newark News Journal:
Anthony Serge Beliajeff passed away on May 25, 1989. Anthony majored in history at Dartmouth and received his Ph.D. from Syracuse University, in 1975. He was employed by the Library of Congress as a researcher/analyst in Soviet area studies. His previous employment was as a contract interpreter. He also wrote for the Russian émigré press and for the Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History. He is survived by his mother.
The Still North Remembers Jack Bolger
John Michael Simon Brown "Mike" passed away in his home 6/15/22.
Mike was born to John & Simone Brown in Paris France in 1947. He spent his childhood in different European countries as his father was posted in the foreign service.
Mike was an athlete throughout his high school years & especially loved watching & playing basketball.
Ian Douglas Bruce died on February 3, 2006, of complications from Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis. He was a software engineer with Lucent Technologies for over twenty years, during which time he pursued his hobbies of sailing, woodworking, photography and gardening. While at Dartmouth, Ian was a member of Gamma Delta Chi and participated in the Jack-O-Lantern and Forensic Union. He is survived by his wife, Janice, née Schuler, and twin daughters Elizabeth and Margaret, all of Winfield, Illinois.
Here is his obituary in the Washington Post.
David Burwell, the co-founder and first president of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, a Washington-based organization that has led nationwide efforts to convert thousands of miles of unused railroad corridors to trails and parklands, died Feb. 1 at his home in Bethesda, Md. He was 69.