Linnaeus B. Henry Heuer Jr. William T. Pringle Jr. Graham W. James A. Philip M. John M. William E. John F. Joseph R. Anargyros E. Marine Corps; Jan. Alexander J. Miriam L. Abbott F. Samuel J. Elsie T. Thomas Ferguson Jr. Gilbert W. Florence M. Donald N. He had also maintained a private practice in Philadelphia for many years. He was a past president of the American College of Allergists. James B. Harold B. Anna M. Ethelind C. Robert P. Ellsworth H. Benjamin J. Carl G. He was a past president of the Syracuse Dental Society, and had served as president of the Liverpool school board.
He is survived by his sons, Walter G. Carl W. Ritchie W. Benjamin H. Robert H. He also served as chaplain to Roxborough Memorial Hospital. Marshall T. He is survived by his son Sherwood M. John A. William G. Raymond F. Department of Agriculture; January He is survived by his son, Henry M. Jerome L. Robert L. He also was a past president of the law-alumni association, and served as chair of the development fund of the Law School from Alice M.
Peter L. Francis A. William C. Edwin G. Edward G. Hoch Jr. Robert M. Philip R. Robert R. Thomas J. Newton M. He reportedly worked his way through medical school as a car salesman, a painter, and a newspaper reporter. A fellow of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. He was an instructor in psychiatry and neurology at the University from to Charles B. Thomas Guy Greaves Jr. Leslie P. Edward D. Samuel D.
A patron of the arts in Philadelphia in the s and early s, he maintained a gallery in his home and exhibited works by local and international artists.
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