Obituaries

These are the most recent alumni obituaries. Select an individual obituary to post a remembrance. To report a death, please contact alumni records at (603) 646-2253. To view obituaries by class year, select from the drop-down menu:

Nov-Dec 2019

Floyd R. Parks Jr. ’51, M.D., a great-great-great-grandson of Eleazar Wheelock, died on July 16. He resided in Laguna Niguel, California, at the time of his death.

Nov-Dec 2019

Robert D. Shannon ’51 died on July 25 in Stamford, Connecticut.

Nov-Dec 2019

Charles D. Storer Jr. ’51, a man of unusually broad interests and wide-ranging curiosity who never stopped learning, died on August 1, 2016, in Riverdale, New York.

Nov-Dec 2019

James R. Wylie III ’51, described by family and friends as an “adventurer, bush pilot, poet, geologist, farmer, and storyteller,” died on August 18 at his home in Meridian, Idaho.

Nov-Dec 2019

John Philip Brower ’52, a resident of the Whittier Manor of Jacaranda Trace in Venice, Florida, passed away on July 23. He was born in Cincinnati on December 30, 1930.

Nov-Dec 2019

Andrew Hayden Jackson ’52 died on June 15 in Laramie, Wyoming. He was born in Chicago on November 18, 1930, the son of Otis G. Jackson and Arline M. Jackson.

Nov-Dec 2019

Eugene Norman Rosenberg ’52 passed away on July 14 at his home in Carmel Valley, California.

Nov-Dec 2019

Drew Cutter Sleeper ’52 passed away on July 22 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Nov-Dec 2019

Victor Rudolf Trautwein Jr. ’52 of Portsmouth, Rhode Island, passed away on June 26 in Hartford, Connecticut, after a brief illness. Vic was born September 28, 1930, in Chicago.

Nov-Dec 2019

Howard Cooper Van Valzah ’52 of Sterling Heights, Michigan, passed away on June 21. He was the loving husband of Mildred “Milly” for 62 years.

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For a century the D.O.C. has demonstrated how the great outdoors can be a defining element of a liberal arts education.

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