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In Memoriam: Fall/Winter 2021

July 1, 2021 Jim Warner
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As we celebrate our accomplishments and successes, it is important to reflect on members of our community who have passed. The College carries their memory forward—their impact and emotional resonance never too far from our collective hearts.


Mr. Michael W. Baron 1979
Ms. Lydia White Barsh 1951
Ms. Linda Susan Blake 1989
Mr. Phillip E. Callif
Mr. Rick Dwayne Campbell 1986, 1994
Mr. Otis Carter 1966, 1969
Mr. John Thomas Clinton 1971, 1986
Mr. John K. Cook 1975
Ms. Judy Craig
Ms. Michelle Daniel
Mr. Billy Douglas 1952
Dr. Archie W. Faircloth, Jr. 1968, 1972
Mr. Vernon Edison Farmer 1970
Mr. J. Marvin Gray 1957
Mr. Norvin Francis Green, Jr. 1958
Mr. David C. Hyde 1966
Ms. Suzanne Smith Klemenz 1974
Mrs. Laura M. Koby 1961
Col. Joseph L. Kottak, USAF(Ret.) 1963
Mr. William F. Lepping 1950
Mrs. Charlsey Ann Lowdenback 1977
Mr. David A. Manteuffel 1962
Mr. William F. McCreary 1962
Mrs. Mary Rita McDevitt 1991
Dr. Peter Martin Mears
Mr. Robert William Meredith, Esq. 1963
Mr. Andrew A. Miller 1967
Mr. Detlef Basil Moore 1978
Mr. Gary D. Norton 1959
Mr. Mark D. O’Brien 1966
Mr. Michael David Power 1993
Mr. Leo Norman Reidinger 1981
Mr. James T. Rowe, Jr. 1975
Mr. Charles E. Russ, Jr. 1976
Dr. Scherrill G. Russman 1954
Mr. Gene Thomas Schagene 1980
Mr. George M. Sherman 1971
Mr. Biv Southard 1968
Mrs. Mary E. Stone
Mrs. Amy Barnes Underwood, CPA 1993
Mr. Gerard L. Van Haverbeke 1979
Mrs. Doris Russell VonderHaar 1953
Mr. Charles Kenneth Weixler 1958
Mr. Mark Edwin Wheatley 2006
Mr. Donald Edward Wilding 1951
Mr. Ronald Ray Wilson 1992
Mr. Maurice E. Woods 1959


Joseph Dorilio

Joseph Dorilio, 21, formerly of Montgomery, IL, passed away Sunday, July 11, 2021. He was born on January 11, 2000, to parents Donna and John Dorilio. Joe graduated from Oswego High School in 2018 and had been attending the University of Louisville, pursuing a Marketing degree. He loved sports, especially basketball, camping, swimming, working out, and spending time with his friends and family. Joe is survived by his parents, Donna and John Dorilio; his sister, Danielle; his grandmother, Gail; and numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Jack; grandfather, Joseph; grandmother, Helen; and cousin, Tyler.
As Joseph was set to graduate this winter, he will be posthumously awarded his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing at Commencement.

Joe was so appreciative of even the smallest things. He always thanked me and was so happy to become part of the College of Business family….Joe was extremely excited and proud to be graduating. He worked so hard and conducted himself with grace and kindness. He will be missed.”

-Nora Scobie, Director of Undergraduate Advising.
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