Obituaries

  1. March 11, 1998

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    The University Record, March 11, 1998 Harlan H. Hatcher President Emeritus Harlan H. Hatcher died Feb. 25 at age 99. Tremendous expansion of the U-M marked Hatcher’s term in office, which ran from 1951 to 1967. From 17,000 students in 1951, enrollment jumped to 37,000 students in 1967. The budget increased from $44.5 million to…
  2. February 25, 1998

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    The University Record, February 25, 1998 H. Gardner Ackley H. Gardner Ackley, the Henry Carter Adams Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Political Economy, died Feb. 12 in Ann Arbor. He was 82. A member of the U-M faculty for 43 years, Ackley was a leader in national economic affairs for several decades, including serving as…
  3. February 18, 1998

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    The University Record, February 18, 1998 Raleigh Morgan Jr. Raleigh Morgan Jr., professor emeritus of Romance linguistics, died Jan. 29 following a lengthy illness. He was 81. Morgan held a Ph.D. from the U-M and was an authority on French Creole and dialects in the New World. He was a faculty member from 1965 to…
  4. February 11, 1998

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    The University Record, February 11, 1998 Edwin A. Engel Edwin A. Engel, professor emeritus of English, passed away Jan. 23 at the Rosa Coplon Nursing Home in Buffalo, N.Y., from the effects of a stroke suffered in May. He was 90. Engel had been a member of the Department of English for nearly 40 years,…
  5. January 28, 1998

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    The University Record, January 28, 1998 William A. Jenkins William A. Jenkins, chancellor emeritus of the U-M-Dearborn, died of pneumonia Jan. 20 in Wisconsin. He was 75. Jenkins served as Dearborn’s chancellor from 1980 to 1988. During his tenure as the campus’s second chancellor, U-M-Dearborn grew from 6,000 students to 7,316 students. and the campus…
  6. January 21, 1998

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    The University Record, January 21, 1998 Isadore A. Bernstein Isadore A. Bernstein, professor emeritus of biological chemistry and environmental and industrial health, died of cancer Jan. 11. He was 78. Internationally known for his work in environmental toxicology and cutaneous biochemistry, Bernstein won numerous honors throughout his career for his research in dermatology. “Isadore Bernstein…
  7. December 17, 1997

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    Jane G. Likert Jane Gibson Likert died Nov. 29 at age 95 at her home in Hawaii. She and her husband, Rensis Likert, moved to Honolulu in 1969 after his retirement as director of the Institute for Social Research. Their ties to Ann Arbor and the University were many and strong, however, and continued throughout…
  8. December 10, 1997

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    The University Record, December 10, 1997 Jonathan King Jonathan King, U-M professor emeritus of architecture and recently retired visiting professor at Texas A&M University College of Architecture, died of cancer Nov. 19 in Houston. He was 71. King was perhaps best known for his work in building systems that changed the shape of American schoolhouses.…
  9. November 19, 1997

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    The University Record, November 19, 1997 John A.M. Lyon John A.M. Lyon, professor emeritus of electrical engineering and computer science, died Nov. 11 after a month-long illness. He was 85. Lyon attended Wayne State University and the U-M, from which he held four degrees, a B.S.E. in electrical engineering and in mathematics and an M.S.…
  10. November 12, 1997

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    > Audrey T. Boseman Audrey T. Boseman died Oct. 20 after a long struggle with cancer. Boseman joined the business office at the Institute for Social Research in 1953 and was named business manager in April 1971. She retired last March. Family and colleagues note that Boseman ¬≥had a great flair and love for simple…