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Fatin Yusuf Bulos, phd ’ 62 (physics), of stanford, february 5, at 87. he taught at Brown u.
and did research at Brookhaven national lab,
but most of his career was spent as a senior
scientist at slac. he spent a leave of absence
at the rutherford laboratory in england and
at cern in geneva. survivors include his wife,
alice (vigeant, gr. ’ 52), and his stepdaughter,
katie vigeant, ’ 74.
James Opie Urmson, of faringdon, england,
January 29, at 96. he served in the British army
during world war ii and was awarded the military cross. he was a professor of philosophy at
the u. of st. andrews in scotland before joining
the faculty of oxford u. in 1959 as a fellow of
corpus christi college and a tutor of philosophy.
after retiring from oxford, he became the henry
waldgrave stuart professor of philosophy, emeritus, at stanford. he authored numerous books
and articles, including Philosophical Analysis. he
loved gardening and music, and he played the
piano and oboe. he was predeceased by his
wife, marion. survivors: his daughter, Janet forrester; and a brother.
Mary Frances Balch Kennedy, ’ 30 (geology),
of palo alto, february 9, at 102. the third
female to graduate from stanford with a
degree in geology, she worked at the california division of mines and the usgs for several
years. a 72-year resident of palo alto, she volunteered with many organizations including
st. mark’s episcopal church, stanford hospital
auxiliary and avenidas senior center, which
gave her the lifetimes of achievement award
in 1991. she had traveled to 73 countries and
enjoyed experiencing foreign cultures. she
was predeceased by her husband of 52 years,
richard, ’ 31, ms ’ 50. survivors: her children,
Jane kelley, Bruce and david, ms ’ 66; five
grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Jane Hewlett Fuller Gillespie, ’ 34, of wood-side, January 22, at 96. a fifth-generation californian, she was known for her vast knowledge of san francisco society. she was well
traveled and comfortable in four languages.
she kept up with the latest world news and
had friends of all ages. she was a member of
numerous organizations, including the hillsborough garden club and the san francisco
opera guild. she was predeceased by her first
husband, george fuller. survivors: her children, lina fuller crane, gary, kit, Jefferson
and parmer; four grandchildren; and five
Charles Herbert Dole, ’ 36 (economics), of
honolulu, march 10, at 97. he was a member of
phi kappa sigma. the great-grandson of early
missionaries to hawaii, he had been a trust
officer for cooke trust co. and first hawaiian
70 july/august 2012
Bank and also served as past president of the
honolulu stock exchange. after retiring, he
coached the u. of hawaii varsity sailing team
for 10 years. an avid sailor himself, he raced
his J- 24 until shortly before his 97th birthday.
he was predeceased by his wife, olive. survivors: his children, charles Jr., elizabeth dole
hughes and nancy dole mciver; four grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and a sister.
Betty Judell Hofmayer, ’ 37 (history), of orin-da, calif., march 17, 2010, at 93. she was an
avid yoga practitioner and a lifelong swimmer.
with her husband, children and grandchildren,
she traveled to scuba diving locales and was a
veteran of more than 400 dives. she also co-authored a book, Older and Wiser. she was
predeceased by her husband, stephen. survivors: her children, elizabeth fredrickson and
michael; and four grandchildren, including
lauren hofmayer, ’09, ma ’ 10.
Thomas Norman Morrison, ’ 37 (history), ma ’ 47
(education), of alameda, calif., January 20, at
96. he was on the track team. he served in the
army during world war ii and later became a
school administrator in the alameda school
district. survivors: his children, thomas, scott
and James; and four grandchildren.
James Pritchard Kneubuhl, ’ 38 (economics),
of southbury, conn., december 30, at 95. he
was president of phi delta theta and was also
a member of the track team, setting a world
record in the 880-relay race with three team-
mates in 1937. he enjoyed a long career in
construction and engineering and was an
executive for the fluor corp. and the m.w. kel-
logg co. after retiring, he raised flowers and
followed stanford sports. he was predeceased
by his wife, peggy (woodard, ’ 38). survivors:
his children, Janet schloat and Barbara; three
grandsons; five great-grandchildren; a sister;
and two brothers.
Franklin A. Lindsay, ’ 38 (general engineering),
of lexington, mass., october 13, at 95. he was
a member of sigma alpha epsilon. he served
with the oss during world war ii and was
awarded the legion of merit. his private sec-
tor career included work at the ford founda-
tion, mckinsey & co. and itek corp., where he
was ceo and chair. after retiring he worked
with ukraine’s international management insti-
tute to develop their curriculum as well as
with the ukraine national security council.
stanford associates awarded him a 20-year
service pin. he was predeceased by his daugh-
ter alison. survivors: his wife of 62 years, mar-
got; his children, catherine and John; and
Kathleen Patricia McMurtry Pearson, ’ 38
(speech & drama), of rye, n.y., march 14, at 95,
of alzheimer’s disease. she joined the first
class of the waves in 1942; after the war she
settled in sewickley, penn., where she lived for
58 years. she served on the board of planned
parenthood of western pennsylvania and the
garden club of allegheny county, and in 1989
she was named sewickley’s woman of the
year. she was predeceased by her husband,
nathan, and her son James. survivors: her son
nathan Jr.; and three grandchildren.
Jean Mary Love Blackman, ’ 39 (social science/
social thought), of kansas city, mo., march 30,
at 94. she was involved in many community
organizations, including the sunset hill alumni
association, the Junior league of kansas city
and the wornall house Board. she enjoyed
traveling with her husband to hawaii, italy and
siesta key in florida. she loved gardening and
having her hands in the dirt. she was prede-
ceased by her husband of 62 years, allan, ’ 35.
survivors: her children, donald and anne; and