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Class Notes Archive: 1940-1949


1947

In Memoriam James Hutchinson, Jr. passed away on January 19, 1999. He had served as a manager of the Western Pennsylvania Motor Carriers Association for 32 years until his retirement in 1989. Mr. Hutchinson served in the Army in WWII. He is survived by his wife, son, daughter, sister, and three grandchildren.   December 2000

1948

Jerome Ackerman continues to serve as an arbitrator in commercial cases for the American Arbitration Association. He also serves as a volunteer mediator for the U.S. district court for the District of Columbia.   February 2003

Jerome Ackerman authored an article titled "The New Federal Alternative Dispute Resolution Act" in the March- April 1999 issue of The Washington Lawyer. Additionally, he was appointed by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to chair a committee investigating the functioning and operations of the UN International Criminal Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda.   December 2000

In Memoriam Robert Anzenberger, Oakland, CA, April 19, 2005.   May 2005

William Carroll and his wife Emma Jane thoroughly enjoyed a 101 day 'round-the-world cruise this past winter 2001 in the company of long-time friends. The days at sea are always pleasurable for them, and port highlights included a visit to the Marquesas Islands, a couple of days in Cambodia, and return visits to Dubai, Oman, and New Guinea. For the past seven summers, they have taken their grandchildren traveling with them, from 2-5 at a time, depending on who is free of other commitments and can go. This has got to be one of life's most rewarding experiences for William and his wife. Their grandchildren range in age from 8-21.   August 2001

Judge Dianne Gasworth has retired and is looking for a part-time job, having discovered that "there aren't many things to replace working." Her son, Sanford, is a law professor and writes tax information. Her daughter, Elizabeth, is studying arbitration and daughter Jane teaches law and has a private practice. Her husband sold his practice and may work part-time for the new owner.   December 2000

In Memoriam Edmund F. Koli '48 passed away this past year. He was from Rockaway Beach, NY.   August 2002

Among notable Cornellians visiting the outer reaches we find ILRie Harriet Oxman, who visited Asia during July 2004. Her trip included China, Mongolia, and Siberia. It seems clear that Harriet took Pres Lehman‚Äôs vision of broadening Cornell presence in Asia to heart. Most recently (11/17/05) she returned from a trip to Vietnam/Laos/Cambodia. . .AND she is off again on Friday, 3 March 06, for Bhutan for two weeks. She has been to Nepal and India but somehow missed Bhutan on that trip a few years ago. She'll be back home in Sarasota FL by late March.   November 2005

James Smith is currently helping with the resurrection of the Sacramento Union, the "oldest daily west of the Mississippi River", as an internet newspaper. Western Journalism Center, where James is the executive director, is the founder of World Net Daily, the leading internet(non-print) daily in the country - three million daily readers.   February 2003

John Truesdale Jr. was appointed by President Clinton to serve as chair and member of the NLRB on December 4, 1998. He also has several part-time occupations including labor-management arbitrator, member of the Foreign Service Grievance Board, hearing officer of the NY/NJ Port Authority and editor-in-chief of How to Take a Case Before The NLRB.   December 2000

As expected, John Truesdale was replaced as chairman of the NLRB on May 15, 2001 by fellow board member, Republican Peter J. Hurtgen. He has submitted his resignation as a board member effective October 1, 2001, or when his successor is confirmed, whichever comes first. Although he was confirmed by the Senate for a term that expires August 27, 2003, he said before the election that he would step aside to allow the new president, whoever he may be, to name his own person to John's seat.   August 2001

1949

In Memoriam Carl Anderson passed away in 1998.   December 2000

In Memoriam Richard Dean passed away in 1998.   December 2000

In Memoriam Thomas Donovan '49 passed away this past year. He is survived by his daughter Kerry, and his son Kevin.   August 2002

Barry Feiden is a part-time arbitrator for Federal Mediations AAA and NASD.   January 2003

In Memoriam Richard N. Goldstein, October 26, 2005.   November 2005

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