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                                                                                                                             I am pleased to announce recent improvements         give you quick access to your e-mail and personal
                                                                                                                             in computer services for alumni. By the time         calendar, plus a set of frequently used links.
                                                                                                                             you read this, our new e-mail system should              As time goes on, we will add new content.
                                                                                                                             be in place, and access to our new portal is         Recognized GSB alumni clubs will have fully
                                                                                                                             just months away. For the nearly 18,000 E-mail       interactive pages that will support threaded
                                                                                                                             4 Life subscribers, the new system will be           discussions and other tools. When the site

                                                                         Matthew Gilson
Chicago GSB                                                                               Danielle Palmer, ’92
                                                                                          Associate dean of alumni affairs
                                                                                                                             more reliable and will provide faster access
                                                                                                                             and more tools. I encourage all alumni to take
                                                                                                                             advantage of it.
                                                                                                                                 We introduced E-mail 4 Life in 1995.
                                                                                                                             It’s offered to GSB alumni free of charge, can
                                                                                                                             be forwarded or freestanding, and provides
                                                                                                                                                                                  opens in the spring, you will be able to log on

                                                                                                                                                                                  Comings and Goings
                                                                                                                                                                                  A hearty welcome to a new alumni chapter
                                                                                                                                                                                  in Portland, Maine, and to its leader, David
                                                                                                                             you with an address that you can use for life.       Carter, ’97. Congratulations and welcome
                                                                                                                             This is particularly helpful during job changes      to Kurt Blecha, EXP-7 (’02), in Vienna, Austria;
                                                                                                                             or switches in service providers. Those who          Mikhail Potapov, EXP-7 (’02), in Moscow; and
                                                                                                                             have suffered through either experience know         Pritam Doshi, ’00, in Mumbai, India, who have
                                                                                                                             that you can’t keep your address and that            launched new chapters.
                                                                                                                             there usually is no forwarding service.                  Other changes have occurred in Houston,
                                                                                                                                 To further improve e-mail service, we are        where Vince Vizachero, ’01, has taken over
                                                                                                                             upgrading to a more efficient system called          from Linda Field, ’76, and in Miami, where John
                                                                                                                             iPlanet. In addition to your e-mail, it will allow   Trainor, ’79, has taken over from Franco Castro, ’87.
                                                                                                                             you to leave vacation messages, maintain an          At the University of Chicago Women’s Business
                                                                                                                             address book, keep a personal calendar, and          Group, Susan Kane, ’91, just passed her duties
                                                                                                                             invite classmates to meetings. You’ll also be able   to Eva Ziegler, ’97. Thank you so much, Linda,
                                                                                                                             to customize the look of your interface. We          Franco, and Susan. Welcome to Vince, John,
                                                                                                                             expect the changeover to occur this spring. Those    and Eva.
     Stay in touch with a global network of successful alumni. Send us
                                                                                                                             of you already on the system have received               After a period of inactivity, we are delighted
     your current contact information and take advantage of a wealth                                                         notices of how it will occur. New users can visit    to announce that Philadelphia and Tampa/
                                                                                                                    and click on the E-mail      St. Petersburg, Florida, again have chapters of
     of opportunities, advice, and resources. We'll keep you informed                                                        4 Life link for information on how to enroll.        their own. Benjamin Bader, ’98, is organizing
                                                                                                                                 Work has already begun on our new GSB            the Philadelphia group and Mihir Jobalia, ’99,
     about conferences, social events, and important changes.                                                                portal, which is scheduled to begin displaying       is resurrecting activity in Florida. In North
                                                                                                                             content for students and faculty during the          Carolina, Bryan Green, ’97, has done a terrific job
     Update your information                                                                                                 spring. The portal will add a more personal          of kick-starting an alumni effort in Charlotte.
     by phone: 773.702.7727                                                                                                  dimension to the existing GSB Web site. When
     by fax: 773.834.3499                                                                                                    you log in using your E-mail 4 Life user name
                                                                                                                             and password, the content of the pages will
     on the Web:
                                                                                                                             be personalized for your roles within the GSB
                                                                                                                             community (alum, student, corporate recruiter,
                                                                                                                             etc.) and your participation in school organiza-
                                                                                                                             tions. You can use a personal kiosk that will

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     Send us your chapter updates
                                                                                    Chapter Notes
                                                                                           United States                              Companies; Nick Stonnington of the              in Orange County, don’t miss out on         club for the Business Forecast
     Has your chapter sponsored a particularly interesting or successful event? We                                                    Stonnington Group of Merrill Lynch;             the action.”                                Luncheon in early 2002. In March,
     want to know about it. E-mail, fax, or mail us a short summary (100 words or          Arizona                                    and Joseph Lee, ’81, of KPMG. Thanks                                                        the club partnered with Kellogg alumni
                                                                                                                                                                                      San Diego
     less) for publication in the next issue of Chicago GSB. Please include where and      Phoenix                                    also to our supporters: John Pridjian, ’88;                                                 for a ski trip to Vail, Colorado. The
                                                                                                                                                                                      Contact: Robert Pasulka, ’81
     when the event occurred, who organized it, how many alumni attended, and              Contact: Shashi Jasthi, XP-68 (’99)        Mark Collins, ’80; Scott Adelson, ’87,                                                      club also is involved with the Denver
                                                                                                                                                                                      Phone: 858.268.4600
     any other relevant details.                                                           Phone: 602.432.8308                        of Houlihan, Lokey, Howard, & Zukin;                                                        Business Series—see
                                                                                           E-mail:          Robert Lindgren, ’74, of the Printing                                                       for more information.”
     Contact Us                                                                                                                       Industry Association of Southern                San Francisco
     E-mail:                                                       California                                 California; Bill Patterson, ’00, of Source      Contact: Hari Bhatnagar, ’99                Washington, D.C./Baltimore
     Fax: 773.702.2973                                                                     Los Angeles                                Refrigeration & HVAC; Brooks Dexter,            Phone: 650.286.3162                         Contact: Ruwan Salgado, ’94
     Mail: Chapter Notes Editor                                                            Contact: Raul Scheller, ’95                A.B. ’79, M.B.A. ’84, of USBX Advisory          E-mail:            Phone: 202.783.3668
     Chicago GSB                                                                           Phone: 310.722.4167                        Services; Martha Contreras from                 Chapter president Hari Bhatnagar, ’99,      E-mail:
     6030 South Ellis Avenue, Room 251                                                     E-mail:                      Steinbrun, Hughes & Associates; and             writes that the San Francisco chapter       At the chapter’s organizational meet-
     Chicago, Illinois 60637                                                               Chapter president Raul P. Scheller, ’95,   Bill Sullivan, A.B. ’90.                        held its annual Business Forecast           ing in January, members selected
                                                                                           writes: “The Los Angeles chapter held        Finally, thanks to our chapter’s              Dinner on January 22 at the City Club.      several new leaders: vice president
     Photos                                                                                its annual Business Forecast Dinner        board members: Libby Applebaum, ’98;            Dean Ted Snyder moderated a panel           Blair Martin, ’98; treasurer Mark Kaye, ’96;
     Scanned photos must be of high resolution to reproduce well, so we can                on January 23 at the California Club.      Bob Darin, ’99; Kathy James, ’98; Bob           featuring Joel Stern, ’64, and professors   events director Catherine Young, ’00;
                                                                                           A record 240 alumni and guests             Kayhs, ’75; Audra Lalley, ’98; Bob Lord, ’99;   Marvin Zonis and Robert Aliber. Robert      and membership director Dan
     accept only jpeg files that are 300 dpi or higher and at least five inches long
                                                                                           attended.                                  Paul Nibarger, ’70; David Nufer, A.B. ’72,      Craig, ’66, of the Robert Craig Winery,     Ezrow, ’98. They join president Ruwan
     on the widest side. Please identify clearly all the individuals pictured and              “At the event, I recognized three      M.B.A. ’76; Shawn O’Brien, ’95; Bill            donated wine for the evening.               Salgado, ’94, as the chapter’s leader-
     include any GSB or University of Chicago degrees and class years. When                of our past chapter presidents:            Patterson, ’00; John Pridjian, ’88; Walter      Jeff Ricker, ’81, Susan Moore, ’93, Jeff    ship. The chapter usually holds one
     sending prints, please include your name and class year on the back. If               David Hemstreet, ’63, who founded the      Renwick, ’99. Also thanks to our                Weinberger, ’86, and Joju Mangalam, ’00,    major event per quarter and will begin
                                                                                           chapter in 1974; Paul Nibarger, ’70,       advisors: Jeff Cohen, A.B. ’88, M.B.A. ’92;     helped organize the event.                  to hold quarterly steering committee
     you want your print returned, please make that request and include your
                                                                                           president from 1990 to 1996 and the        David Hemstreet, ’63; Niva Oghigian,               The chapter’s Friday social nights       meetings open to all members.
     return address information at the time of submission.                                 chapter’s longtime treasurer; and          XP-64 (’95); and Charles Wharton, ’70.          are now organized by Joanna Griffin, ’00.      The chapter also sponsors an entre-
                                                                                           Niva Oghigian, XP-64 (’95), president                                                      John Robb, ’00, and Mangalam orga-          preneurs’ group, which meets on
     Timing                                                                                                                           Orange County
                                                                                           from 1996 to 2000, who established                                                         nized a Cubs-Giants baseball outing.        the fourth Tuesday of every month.
     When we receive your news, we prepare it for publication in the next                  the L.A. Business Forecast Dinner          Contact: Scott Shea, ’87
                                                                                                                                                                                      Other social events have included           Meetings typically involve an entre-
     issue of the magazine whenever possible. Because it takes nearly three                as a key alumni event.                     Phone: 949.723.6495
                                                                                                                                                                                      joint gatherings with Wharton and           preneur’s presentation of a business
                                                                                               “Dean Ted Snyder was present           E-mail:
     months to write, design, proofread, print, and distribute our quarterly                                                                                                          Stanford alumni.                            plan, problem, or idea. The group,
                                                                                           on his first official trip to L.A., and    Scott Shea, ’87, and chapter president
     magazine, your update may appear anywhere from three to six months                                                                                                                                                           which includes investment bankers,
                                                                                           professors Robert Aliber and Marvin        Ed Siebel, ’64, write: “We are looking          GSB Technology/Venture Capital Network      management consultants, attorneys,
     after submission. Feel free to e-mail us at                   Zonis gave their outlooks for this         to exploit the recent economic growth           Contact: Jeff Weinberger, ’86               and alumni with entrepreneurial
     to inquire about upcoming deadlines or to find out when your news will                year. Groups from Michigan and             in the area, particularly the strong            Phone: 650.849.4140                         experience, provides feedback and
                                                                                           Washington, D.C.—including D.C.            technology sector. Past chapter board           E-mail: jweinberger@gsbalum.
     appear. As always, we welcome any suggestions or comments regarding                                                                                                                                                          problem-solving help. Membership is
                                                                                           chapter president Ruwan Salgado, ’94—      members are moving on to other        
     alumni news or any part of the magazine.—M.M.B.                                                                                                                                                                              restricted to GSB alumni and select
                                                                                           joined California alumni.                  challenges as newcomers take over the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  University of Chicago entrepreneurs,
                                                                                               “Thanks to the event’s sponsors:       chapter. We are starting up a new               Colorado
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  but entrepreneurs who present do
                                                                                           John Steinbrun, ’91, and Lisa Hughes       schedule of activities, and we want to          Denver
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  not have to be GSB alumni. For more
                                                                                           of Steinbrun, Hughes & Associates;         tap into the recent wave of GSB grads           Contact: Susan Eslick, ’98
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  information, contact the group’s
                                                                                           Peter W. Kuyper, ’66, of Motion Picture    moving here. There currently are                Phone: 303.294.2069
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  co-chairs—Ruwan Salgado at rsalgado@
                                                                                           Licensing Corporation; Howard Marks,       planning sessions and meetings and              E-mail:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ; or David Martin, ’98, at
                                                                                           ’69, of Oaktree Capital Management;        anticipated activities galore. If you live      President Susan Eslick, ’98, writes:
                                                                                           Brad Short of Capital Group of                                                             “Professor Robert Aliber joined the

42   Chicago GSB Spring 2002                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Spring 2002 Chicago GSB   43
     Florida                                  Georgia
                                                                            Chapter Notes
                                                                                           began in February with John                University of Chicago Women’s Business
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Largest-ever UCWBG Event Links Alumnae with Nonprofit Organizations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               GSB alumnae got a chance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               to investigate joining
     Miami                                    Atlanta                                      Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray,       Group (UCWBG)
     Contact: John Trainor, ’79               Contact: Tripp O’Connor, ’96                                                            Contact: Eva Ziegler, ’97                                                                                                the boards of directors at
                                                                                           & Christmas, speaking to 75 atten-
     Phone: 305.442.3527                      Phone: 404.541.7107                          dees, and continued in March with          Phone: 312.298.3736                                                                                                      nonprofit groups when
     E-mail:              E-mail:           the Chicago Networking Night, an           E-mail:                                                                                     the University of Chicago
     Chapter president John Trainor, ’79,     Chapter president Tripp O’Connor, ’96,       event co-sponsored with the univer-
                                                                                                                                      Indiana                                                                                                                  Women’s Business
     writes that the south Florida alumni     writes: “In November, Christopher

                                                                                                                                                                                Kevin Weinstein
                                                                                           sity’s Chicago Young Alumni group.
     chapter joined the local Wharton         Clark, ’64, and his wife, Linda, hosted                                                 Indianapolis                                                                                                             Group (UCWBG) hosted
                                                                                           Community service events in April
     and Harvard business school clubs        our annual fall party. Professor Marvin                                                 Contact: Rick Hanson, ’86                                                                                                a networking luncheon
                                                                                           included offering career guidance to
     in December 2001 to present an           Zonis spoke on the political and eco-                                                   Phone: 317.274.1023                                         The luncheon offered women a chance to network.
                                                                                           students at Lincoln Park High School                                                                                                                                last November.
     economic forecast for 2002. Northern     nomic causes of the September 11                                                        E-mail:
                                                                                           and assisting the Greater Chicago Food                                                                     “Linking Professionals to Nonprofit Boards” brought together more than
     Trust Bank of Florida sponsored          attacks. In January, we held our 15th        Depository with food distribution.”
     the event at its offices in downtown     annual Pro-Am Investment Challenge.                                                     Kansas                                                      200 GSB alumnae, board chairs, presidents, and directors of Chicago-area
                                                                                           CEO Roundtable
     Miami. The panel featured James          Congratulations to 2001 amateur                                                         Kansas City                                                 nonprofit organizations. Held at the Woman’s Athletic Club in Chicago,
                                                                                           Contact: Alexander “Sandy” Weissent, ’76
     Grinney, Northern Trust’s chief          winner Alex Mammen, ’95, who recorded                                                   See Missouri listing.
                                                                                           Phone: 312.751.2153                                                                                    the event drew UCWBG’s largest crowd to date, providing an opportunity for
     investment officer for Florida and       a 56 percent return for the year.”           E-mail:
                                                                                                                                      Maine                                                       alumnae to initiate the process of joining nonprofit boards of directors.
     senior vice president. He was intro-                                                  Meeting attendance is for members
     duced by the company’s retired           Illinois                                                                                Portland                                                        Among nonprofit groups represented were America’s Second Harvest, the
                                                                                           only; for more information, contact
     vice chairman and GSB club board         Chicago                                                                                 Contact: David Carter, ’97                                  Art Institute of Chicago, the DuSable Museum of African American History,
                                                                                           Weissent or go to
     member Willard L. Wheeler Jr., ’61.      GSB Club                                                                                Phone: 207.553.7160
                                                                                           and click on alumni organizations.                                                                     the Goodman Theatre, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the University
        In February, the Wharton School       Contact: Lester Bern, A.B. ’78, M.B.A. ’79                                              E-mail:
                                                                                           GSB Consulting Roundtable                                                                              of Chicago’s Smart Museum of Art, United Way, Streetwise, and the Old Town
     Club of South Florida invited GSB        Phone: 708.747.0640                                                                     Chapter president David Carter, ’97,
                                                                                           Contact: Dennis Aust, ’80
     alumni to participate in another pre-    E-mail:                                                                 writes that the Maine chapter is plan-                      School of Folk Music. The luncheon featured a keynote speech by Maggie
                                                                                           Phone: 219.929.1741
     sentation sponsored by Northern          Chapter president Lester T. Bern,                                                       ning a summer event, which may be a                         Daley, president of Pathways Awareness Foundation, chair of the Gallery 37
     Trust. The evening focused on the        A.B. ’78, M.B.A. ’79, writes: “The                                                      cruise on Casco Bay or a wine tasting
                                                                                           GSB Entrepreneurial Roundtable                                                                         Committee, and wife of Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley. Gallery 37’s student
     topic of managing corporate growth       1,800-member Chicago GSB Club                                                           on an oceanside roof deck.
                                                                                           Contact: Karl Buschmann, ’85                                                                           artists created large, hand-glazed bowls for the event, which were sold in a
     and featured two South Florida com-      concluded 2001 by filling the Gleacher
                                                                                           Phone: 630.874.5500                        Massachusetts
     panies. Leonard Fluxman, president       Center’s sixth-floor dining room for                                                                                                                silent auction that raised $1,100 for the gallery.
                                                                                           E-mail:              Boston
     and CEO of Steiner Leisure, and          its annual meeting. The event featured                                                                                                                  UCWBG organized the event in partnership with the GSB Club. Sidley
                                                                                           GSB Finance Roundtable                     Contact: Joe Cefalu, ’95
     Thomas Irwin, executive vice presi-      Katherine Miller, A.B. ’65, M.B.A. ’68,
                                                                                           Contact: Kathy Graham, ’00                 Phone: 617.204.2362                                         Austin Brown & Wood sponsored the gathering. Trisha Rogers, ’82, one
     dent and chief financial officer of      Ph.D. ’71, dean Ted Snyder, and Federal
                                                                                           Phone: 630.466.7095                        E-mail:                                   of the main UCWBG organizers, said the group hopes to repeat the event
     HEICO, shared their strategies for       Reserve Bank of Chicago president
     competing in the marketplace. Also       and CEO Michael H. Moskow, who                                                                                                                      in 2002 or 2003.—E.H.
                                                                                           GSB Leadership Roundtable                  Michigan
     in February, the chapter welcomed        gave the keynote address. Club events
                                                                                           Contact: Michael E. Towns, ’92             Detroit
     professor Robert Aliber, who discussed   for 2002 began with the popular Pro-
                                                                                           Phone: 312.933.4546                        Contact: Elana Kaye Muehleip, ’90
     “The U.S. Economy: Is the Recovery       Am Investment Challenge. Consultant                                                                                              Missouri                                                             Herman, ’64, and his wife, Karen,
                                                                                           E-mail:              Phone: 248.740.0523
     for Real?” Harvard and Wharton           Dean Wilde, chairman and founder                                                                                                 Kansas City                                                          were the gracious hosts of our
                                                                                           GSB Marketing Roundtable                   E-mail:
     alumni also were invited.                of Dean & Company and visiting                                                                                                   Contact: David Brown, XP-70 (’01)                                    kickoff activity, held at their home
                                                                                           Contact: Scott McGarvey, ’81
                                              professor of strategy at the MIT/Sloan                                                  Minnesota                                Phone: 816.960.9270                                                  in November 2001. Professor Harry
     Tampa/St. Petersburg                                                                  Phone: 312.648.6275
                                              School of Management, presented                                                         Minneapolis/St. Paul                     E-mail:                                           Davis attended and shared some
     Contact: Mihir Jobalia, ’99                                                           E-mail:
                                              “The Delta Model—How to De-                                                             Contact: Brad Kanter, ’96                Chapter president David Brown,                                       wonderful insights regarding leader-
     Phone: 727.573.8220                                                                   GSB Networking Group
                                              Commoditize Your Business through                                                       Phone: 612.761.1365                      XP-70 (’01), writes: “The Kansas City                                ship. A dedicated steering committee
     E-mail:                                                          Contact: Brian J. McGuckin, ’95
                                              Bonding.” Career management events                                                      E-mail:           chapter is excited to be revitalizing                                is busy planning more events.”
                                                                                           E-mail: brian_mcguckin@
                                                                                                                                              local alumni activity. Michael

44   Chicago GSB Spring 2002                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Spring 2002 Chicago GSB   45
     St. Louis
                                                                            Chapter Notes
                                              Sarah Chandler, ’91, is vice president      Pennsylvania                                               Francis Emphasizes Respect, Positive Change As Keys to Leadership
     Contact: Jackie Becker, ’94              of cultural events for the New York         Philadelphia                                                                                           “To me, a leader is a person
     Phone: 314.725.0845                      alumni chapter. Contact her at Reuters      Contact: Benjamin Bader, ’98                                                                                                                    Argentina
                                                                                                                                                                                                 who is a catalyst for sustainable,
     E-mail:                 America, 3 Times Square, New York,          Phone: 215.988.5557                                                                                                                             Buenos Aires
                                                                                          E-mail: benjamin.bader@                                                                                positive change,” Cheryl Francis, ’78,
                                              New York 10036, to offer suggestions                                                                                                                                                        For information, contact the alumni
     New York                                                                                                                                                   told members of the University
                                              or assistance.                                                                                                                                                                              office at 773.834.0229.
     New York City                                                                        “I am pleased to announce the                                                                          of Chicago Women’s Business
     Contact: John Lump, ’92                  North Carolina                              return of the greater Philadelphia
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Group in January. Francis stressed       Australia
     Phone: 718.261.1314                      Charlotte                                   GSB alumni chapter,” writes president

                                                                                                                                   Kevin Weinstein
     E-mail:                 Contact: Bryan Green, ’97                   Benjamin Bader, ’98. “We will be                                                                       that a leader may not always be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Joseph Giblin, ’95
     President John Lump, ’92, writes:        Phone: 704.770.0775                         looking for support and membership                                                                     recognized, but that the impression      Phone: 61 408885377
     “The New York chapter welcomes all       E-mail:                        from the more than 300 Philadephia-                        she makes will be resounding. “Leadership is about treating others with              E-mail:
     alumni and friends to join the club      President Bryan Green, ’97, writes:         area alumni.”
     online at                                                                                                              respect constantly…even under tremendous pressure and even if it means
                                              “The Charlotte chapter held its                                                                                                                                                             Sydney/New South Wales
     Membership is $15–$45, depending         inaugural event in November 2001—           Tennessee                                                  standing by yourself.” Francis, a member of the Council on the Graduate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Linda Mead, ’91
     on year of graduation. Our quarterly     a wine tasting in uptown Charlotte.         Nashville                                                  School of Business, has held leadership positions at R.R. Donnelley and FMC          Phone: 61 295516200
     distinguished speaker series kickoff     Cindy Andresen, the GSB’s director of       Contact: Laura Kanov, ’98
                                                                                                                                                     Corporation.—V.C.B.                                                                  E-mail:
     with Pete Peterson, ’51, of the          alumni organizations, was on hand           Phone: 615.860.6430
     Blackstone Group was a success.          and helped with strategic planning for      E-mail:                                                                                                                         Austria
     Peterson shared his perspectives on      the chapter. In April, professor Robert     Chapter president Laura Kanov, ’98,                        event, which featured professor Robert       Later in the month, University of       Contact: Kurt Blecha, EXP-7 (’02)
     public service and corporate life,       Aliber spoke at a luncheon sponsored        writes: “After a long hibernation,                         Aliber and Harvey Rosenblum, senior          Chicago president Don Michael Randel    Phone: 43 1512 70 80 120
     spanning the 51 years since he gradu-    by the Charlotte Economics Club and         the Nashville chapter was revived                          vice president and director of research      was the guest Harper Lecturer at the    E-mail:
     ated from the GSB. And our first         the GSB alumni chapter.”                    in 2001. In May 2001, several local                        at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.       Grande Salon of La Colombe d’Or.”
     monthly cocktail hour at the Penn                                                    alumni gathered to get to know                                                                                                                  Belgium
     Club attracted more than 100 mem-        Ohio                                        each other and to discuss the future                       Houston                                      Washington                              Brussels
     bers. All events are on the Web site.”   Cincinnati                                  of the chapter. In late November,                          Contact: Vince Vizachero, ’01                Seattle                                 Contact: Benoit Tas, ’95
                                              Contact: Tom Barton, ’68                    professor Harry Davis led a discussion                     Phone: 713.438.4421                          Contact: Don Walther, ’94               E-mail:
                                              Phone: 513.608.9448                         of creative leadership theories at                         E-mail:            Phone: 206.583.8888
                                              E-mail:             the home of John Bers, XP-52 (’84),                        “The Houston alumni chapter                  E-mail:           Brazil

            Send us                           Northern Ohio
                                              Contact: Paul Sears, ’73
                                                                                          associate professor of management
                                                                                          practice at Vanderbilt.”
                                                                                                                                                     had an action-packed quarter,” writes
                                                                                                                                                     president Vince Vizachero, ’01. “In
                                                                                                                                                     December 2001, we hosted an informal
                                                                                                                                                                                                  On February 28, the Seattle alumni
                                                                                                                                                                                                  chapter sponsored a wine tasting
                                                                                                                                                                                                  led by professor Roman Weil.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          São Paulo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Janet Ortega, ’81
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phone: 55 11 3061 0975

              your                            Phone: 419.289.5212
                                              Chapter president Paul Sears, ’73,
                                                                                          Contact: James Dworkin, ’98
                                                                                                                                                     reception for first-year GSB students
                                                                                                                                                     in Houston for a week of PowerQuest.
                                                                                                                                                     In February, the Houston Business


            chapter                           writes: “The northern Ohio chapter
                                              has surveyed alumni in the area and
                                              tabulated the results, which are being
                                                                                          Phone: 972.720.7029
                                                                                          E-mail: JDworkin@gsbalum.
                                                                                                                                                     Forecast Luncheon was held at the
                                                                                                                                                     Four Seasons Hotel. Professor Robert
                                                                                                                                                     Aliber, J.P. Morgan economist Bruce
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Contact: Tammie Miller, ’94
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Phone: 414.327.8419
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Morris Shawn, ’88
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phone: 416 622 4610, ext. 225

             notes.                           studied by two steering committees—
                                              one in the Cleveland area and one in
                                              Columbus. Programming based on
                                                                                          The Dallas chapter held its Business
                                                                                          Forecast Luncheon on February 21 at
                                                                                                                                                     Kasman, and Dallas Federal Reserve
                                                                                                                                                     economist Harvey Rosenblum offered

        E-mail:                                                   the Mansion on Turtle Creek. About                         their predictions for the year. More
                                              the survey results will begin this fall.”                                                                                                                                                   Santiago
                 Fax: 773.702.2973                                                        100 alumni and guests attended the                         than 200 alumni and guests attended.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: José R. Valente Vias, ’88
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phone: 56 22785233

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     China                                       India
                                                                               Chapter Notes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Special Interest
     Beijing                                     Mumbai                                    Manila
     Contact: Lisa Hwang, ’98                    Contact: Pritam Doshi, ’00                For information, contact the alumni                                                                                                                                                                            African American Virtual Club
     Phone: 86 1065391188, ext. 3282             Phone: 91 223636916                       office at 773.834.0229.                                                                                                                                                                                        Contact: Richard Osei, ’97
     E-mail:                    E-mail:                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phone: 916.569.0985 ext. 419
     Cyprus                                      Italy                                     Moscow

                                                                                                                                         Photo courtesy of the Madrid chapter
     Contact: John Harvey, Ph.D. ’49             Rome                                      Contact: Mikhail Potapov, EXP-7 (’02)                                                                                                                                                                          GSB Technology/Venture Capital Network
     Phone: 35 72664286                          Contact: Massimo Capocasa, ’97            Phone: 70 95 457 2816                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Jeff Weinberger, ’86
     E-mail:               Phone: 39 2762951                         E-mail:                                                                                                                                                                              Phone: 650.849.4140
                                                 E-mail: massimo.capocasa@                 Chapter president Mikhail Potapov,                                                                                                                                                                             E-mail: jweinberger@gsbalum.
     England                                                        EXP-7 (’02), writes that the club held                                                                                                                                                               
     London                                                                                its first meeting on January 31, 2002.
     Contact: Robert Healy, ’96                  Japan                                                                                                                          Meet You in Madrid: The Madrid chapter’s Christmas gathering drew 30 GSB alumni for an evening of celebration and         Quality Chapter
                                                                                           Singapore                                                                            charity, including a presentation from Ayuda en Acción, which specializes in sustained development and targeted relief.
     Phone: 44 02079648334                       Tokyo                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Contact: Nina Cunningham, ’94
     E-mail:         Contact: Masahiro Nagayasu, ’84           Contact: Carolyn Chan, ’02                                                                                                                                                                                     E-mail:
                                                 Phone: 81 352242823                       Phone: 65 348 6040                                                                   e-business or new financial instru-                           this gathering will become a yearly
     France                                      E-mail:                 E-mail:                                                 ments, the speech was an eye-opener.                          tradition; it will be the starting point                    University of Chicago Women’s Business
     Paris                                                                                                                                                                      The success of this talk has encouraged                       for a series of common events.”                             Group (UCWBG)
     Contact: Pierre Grand-Dewyse, ’69           Korea                                     Spain                                                                                                                                                                                                          Contact: Eva Ziegler, ’97
                                                                                                                                                                                us to consider unconventional speakers
     Phone: 33 0142188671                        Contact: Edward “Ted” Kim, ’82            Barcelona                                                                                                                                          Taiwan                                                      Phone: 312.298.3736
                                                                                                                                                                                in the future.”
     E-mail:                 Phone: 82 173213772                       Contact: Peter Simons, IXP-3 (’98)                                                                                                                 Taipei                                                      E-mail:
                                                 E-mail:              Phone: 34 93 636 6823                                                                Switzerland                                                   Contact: Johnny Lo, ’94
     Germany                                                                               E-mail: peter.simons@                                                                Geneva                                                        Phone: 88 62 2935 7018                                      XP Club
     Berlin                                      Lebanon                                                                                          Contact: Gilles Chevron, IXP-2 (’97)                          E-mail:                                  For information, contact the alumni
     Contact: Katharina Esterházy, IXP-2 (’97)   Beirut                                                                                                                         Phone: 41 22 703 0768                                                                                                     office at 773.834.0229.
     Phone: 49 8133907005                        Contact: Bassam Yammine, ’94                                                                                                   E-mail:                             Thailand
                                                                                           Contact: Santiago Ruiz-Morales, IXP-3 (’98)
     E-mail: katharina.esterhazy@gsbalum.        Phone: 96 11340812                                                                                                             or                                         Bangkok
                                                                                           Phone: 34 91432 7421                                E-mail:                                                                                                                                                            Contact: Narin Opamuratawongse, ’88
                                                                                           E-mail:                                                            Zurich
     Contact: Peter Landolt, ’97                                                                                                                                                                                                              Phone: 66 2 758 6601
                                                 Mexico                                    Chapter president Santiago Ruiz-Morales,                                             Contact: Rolf Friedli, IXP-1 (’96)
     Phone: 49 61037620                                                                                                                                                                                                                       E-mail: narin.opamuratawongse@
                                                 Mexico City                               IXP-3 (’98), writes: “The Madrid chap-                                               Phone: 41 01 239 8499
                                                 Contact: Alberto Usobiaga Suinaga, ’79    ter met for a Christmas party last year.                                             E-mail:
     Frankfurt                                                                             About 30 alumni were present for drinks                                                                                                            Contact: Thaweelap Rittapirom, LL.M. ’96
                                                 Phone: 52 55188409                                                                                                             Theirry de Sepibus, IXP-6 (’01), writes:
     Contact: Elisabeth Buettgen, IXP-5 (’00)                                              and a presentation by Pato Beneyto,                                                                                                                Phone: 66 2 266 3686
                                                 E-mail:                                                                                                 “More than 50 alumni from the local
     Phone: 49 6997268204                                                                  general manager of Ayuda en Acción,                                                                                                                E-mail:
                                                                                                                                                                                GSB and INSEAD alumni associations
     E-mail: elisabeth.buettgen@                 Netherlands                               a major Spanish NGO charity that                                                     met in October 2001 at the Opera                              Contact: L. Martin van der Mandele, ’75   specializes in sustained development                                                 House in Zurich to attend Mozart’s
                                                 Phone: 31 10 201 8811                     and targeted relief. Beneyto is a former                                             The Abduction from the Seraglio.
     Hong Kong                                   E-mail:      investment banker who decided a                                                      The event also included an introduc-
     Contact: Ka-Keung “K. C.” Chan, ’85                                                   few years ago to jump to a new field.                                                tion conducted by Edward Deskur,
     Phone: 85 223587669                         New Zealand                               He explained his career move and                                                     a member of the Zurich Opera
     E-mail:                Auckland                                  shared his experiences in South America                                              Orchestra, and a guided backstage
                                                 For information, contact the alumni       and Africa. For most alumni, who                                                     tour. Both alumni associations hope
                                                 office at 773.834.0229.                   may have been expecting a talk about

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     ALUMNI NEWS                                                  In Memoriam

     1926                                        1939                                       Milton J. Surkin, A.B. ’39, of San       Men’s Club. He is survived by his wife,    assistant secretary of labor. He is sur-         Correction: Charles P. Littlefield, ’49
                                                                                            Francisco died September 15, 2001.       Laura; his daughter, Susan; his son,       vived by his wife, Jeanne.                       In the Winter/Spring 2001 issue,
     Chicago GSB recently learned of the         James W. Button, A.B. ’39, of Winnetka,    Surkin was a real estate broker with     Robert; and his grandson, R. Alan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 we incorrectly stated that Charles P.
     death of George W. Benton, Ph.B. ’26, of    Illinois, died December 8, 2001, of        Blatteis Realty. He is survived by his                                              The GSB recently learned of the death
     Carlsbad, California.                       cancer. A University of Chicago life       wife, Nancy, Ph.D. ’44.                  Charles J. Thiebeault of Lufkin,           of Carl A. Dragstedt Jr., A.B. ’49, of           Littlefield, ’49, was from Oakland,
                                                 trustee and member of the GSB                                                       Texas, died December 28, 2001. He          Orlando, Florida. Dragstedt spent                California, and was survived by his
                                                 council, Button retired from Sears,                                                 is survived by his wife, Helen.            22 years with the army’s Counter                 wife, Dorothy. In fact, Littlefield
     1934                                        Roebuck & Co., where he was senior         1944                                                                                Intelligence Corps, 20 years as a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 was a resident of Watertown,
                                                 executive vice president of merchan-                                                                                           sports columnist for the Orlando
     The GSB recently learned of the death       dising, after 40 years with the company.   Marjorie A. Clemens Hartwig, A.B. ’44,   1948                                       Sentinel, and 15 years as an economics           Connecticut, and was preceded in
     of Clarence F. Sekera, Ph.B. ’34, of        In 1971, he received the American          M.B.A. ’44, of St. Joseph, Michigan,                                                professor at Florida Southern College.           death by his wife. In addition, he
     Western Springs, Illinois.                  Marketing Association’s Charles            died April 5, 2001.                      Samuel J. Aurelius Jr. of Munster,         He also taught Japanese at an Orlando            was survived by two sons, Douglas
                                                 Coolidge Parlin Award and was                                                       Indiana, died November 2, 2001.            high school. He is survived by his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and Bruce. Chicago GSB regrets
                                                 named Marketing Man of the Year                                                     Aurelius was a graduate of the             wife, Louise, and their seven children.
     1935                                        by the Chicago and Philadelphia            1947                                     Lab School and University High                                                              the errors.
                                                 Marketing Associations and by the                                                   School. He retired after 40 years with
     Shirley Hobson, Ph.B. ’35, of Cincinnati,   Sales Executive Club of New York.          George R. LeSauvage Jr. of Port          Inland Steel Company as assistant          1950
     Ohio, died April 23, 2001. She is           Button also was a lieutenant in the        Washington, New York, died               superintendent of wage and salary
     survived by her husband, Lawrence,          Navy during World War II. He is sur-       November 5, 2001. He retired as an       administration and administrative          The GSB recently learned of the death
     M.D. ’43.                                   vived by his wife, Lurena; his daughter,   executive vice president of Schrafft’s   services. During World War II, he          of Kevin G. Cahill of Omaha, Nebraska.        1952
                                                 Katherine; his two sons, James Jr. and     New York, where he worked for 45         worked with the U.S. Army Air Corps
     The GSB recently learned of the             Douglas; and his eight grandchildren       years. A lieutenant commander in the     in the Pacific. Survivors include his      W. H. Roger Smith, A.B. ’41, M.B.A. ’50, of   Ernest J. Margraf of Monee, Illinois,
     death of Douglas Veith, A.B. ’35, of        and five great-grandchildren.              navy during World War II, he was a       wife, Eftihia, and his son, Michael.       Schaumburg, Illinois, died October 1,         died August 17, 2001. He was a
     Independence, Kansas. Survivors                                                        lifetime member of the Navy Reserve                                                 2001. During World War II, Smith              principal of Today’s Commodities.
     include his wife, Wilma.                    The GSB recently learned of the death      Officers Association and the U.S.        Donald F. Grier of Glenwood, Illinois,     served in the Army Air Force as a link        He had worked as senior commercial
                                                 of Virginia E. Joranson, A.B. ’39, of      Naval Institute. Survivors include his   died in August 2001. Survivors include     trainer instructor. Later, he became          account executive at ACLI International
                                                 Council Bluffs, Iowa. She is survived      wife, Faith; two sons, two daughters,    his wife, Joyce.                           vice president and CFO of George              Commodity Services, senior com-
     1938                                        by her husband, Robert, M.D. ’44.          two sisters, and five grandchildren.                                                Williams College, where he remained           modity specialist with Merrill Lynch,
                                                                                                                                     The GSB recently learned of the            until his retirement. In the early 1990s,     and a commodity specialist with
     Clement C. Caditz, A.B. ’38, of Chicago     The GSB recently learned of the            Robert A. Tetu, A.B. ’47, of Lee’s       death of Myron R. Hartley of Scottsdale,   he served on the board of Bethany             Lamson Bros. He is survived by his
     died December 18, 2001.                     death of Betty Mitchell Niven, A.B. ’39,   Summit, Missouri, died September 25,     Arizona. He was on active duty in the      Theological Seminary. Survivors               wife, Dorothy, and son, Mike.
                                                 of Eugene, Oregon. She was a retired       2001. He served in World War II          navy from 1943 until 1946, when he         include his wife, Betty; his son, Barry;
     The GSB recently learned of the             housing consultant who had been            and retired as a captain. Later          was released at the rank of lieutenant.    his daughter, Marcia; and his brother
     death of C. Floyd Johnson, A.B. ’38, of     appointed by the secretary of Housing      Tetu was director of personnel for       Later, he was a partner at Smith and       and sister.                                   1953
     Albuquerque, New Mexico. He is              and Urban Development to the               Wilson Foods Corporation. An             Harder Certified Public Accountants.
     survived by his wife, Ann.                  National Mobile Home Advisory              active volunteer, Tetu was chair of                                                 Robert M. Coddington of Riverside,            Richard J. Arzbecker of Pitsburg, Ohio
                                                 Council. She also was appointed chair      the John Knox Village Foundation                                                    California, died August 3, 2001.              died January 17, 2001. He retired as
     Arthur B. Rabe, A.B. ’38, of Tallahassee,   of the Oregon State Housing Council        Ambassadors; co-chair of the New         1949                                       He retired as a U.S. Small Business           vice president of Mead. He is survived
     Florida, died September 29, 2001. He        and served as chair of the Eugene          Neighbors Association; and secretary                                                Administration loan specialist in 1991.       by his daughter, Carol.
     is survived by his wife, Helen, A.B. ’38.   Joint Housing Committee. Survivors         of the board, chairman of the finance    The GSB recently learned of the death      Survivors include his wife, Mary Ellen;
                                                 include her husband, Ivan, Ph.D. ’38.      committee, and president of the          of Darwin M. Bell of Denver. Before his    and four children, Nancy, Robert Jr.,         Ellis D. Blair of Itasca, Illinois, died
                                                                                                                                     retirement, Bell served as U.S. deputy     Carol, and Susan.                             May 14, 2000. He was retired from
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Northern Trust.

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     ALUMNI NEWS                                                     In Memoriam

     1953 continued                                troller of Jewish Vocational Services.    Southwest Gas, PriMerit Bank, and            1961                                          in 1988 for his study of New Zealand’s       Chicago Tribune, during which time
                                                   Survivors include his wife, Miriam,       Western Technologies. Survivors                                                            Mediation Service, based at the              he earned his M.B.A. Jarvis also served
     Col. Gilbert G. Morehouse of Moscow,          and their three children.                 include his wife, Catherine; his daugh-      Arthur W. Hoege of Chicago died               University of Otago in Dunedin.              as the vice president of information
     Idaho, died September 13, 2001.                                                         ter, Lynn; his sister, Joan; his brother,    March 10, 2001. He was retired                Previously he served as associate dean       services for Technical Publishing. He
     He was a retired research scientist           The GSB recently learned of the death     Robert; his aunt, Vickie; and several        from Zenith Electronics, where he             at New York State School of Industrial       is survived by his wife, Anita; his
     with the army and worked at the               of John C. Hill Jr. of Redondo Beach,     nieces, nephews, and cousins.                had worked for 33 years.                      and Labor Relations, visiting associ-        daughters, Jennifer and Dana; and
     Aeromechanics Laboratory in Moffett           California. He was retired from the                                                                                                  ate professor of management at Purdue        his two grandchildren.
     Field, California. He is survived by          Air Force.                                Edward J. Zahumensky of Montevallo,                                                        University, and staff research assistant
     his wife, Helen.                                                                        Alabama, died May 27, 2000. He               1964                                          for the Department of the Air Force.
                                                   The GSB recently learned of the           was a manufacturer’s representative                                                        He is survived by his wife, Charleen.        1971
     The GSB recently learned of the               death of Richard L. Hood of Alexandria,   with Metal Joiners. He is survived           The GSB recently learned of the death
     death of Lt. Col. Calvin D. Reifsteck of      Virginia. He is survived by his wife,     by his wife.                                 of George Jack Downing of Glendora,           A. William Haarlow III of Chicago died       Joseph E. Engel of Tiburon, California,
     Deltona, Florida.                             Margaret.                                                                              California. Downing had worked as             January 31, 2002. He was president           died December 29, 2001, of cancer.
                                                                                                                                          executive vice president at Credithrift       of Pentech and previously served as          He was president of Organizational
     Col. Wilbur H. Vance Jr. of Largo,                                                      1958                                         Financial, vice president of acquisi-         president of the chemical division           Consultants and was a lifelong peace
     Florida, died September 29, 2001.             1956                                                                                   tions at American General Finance,            at Quaker Oats.                              activist. Engel was elected U.S.
     Vance had served as director of plans                                                   J. Allen Nye Jr. of Fairfield, California,   and director of research at Household                                                      president of the National Youth
     at Air Force Cambridge Research               The GSB recently learned of the death     died May 18, 2001. He is survived by         Finance. He also served as chairman                                                        Conference in 1945 and went on to
     Laboratories.                                 of Ronald R. Erwin of Henderson,          his wife, Kathleen.                          of the board of trustees at Blackburn         1966                                         represent American youth activists
                                                   Nevada.                                                                                College in Carlinville, Illinois. Survivors                                                in London, Prague, and the USSR.
                                                                                             The GSB recently learned of the              include his wife, Paulette.                   The GSB recently learned of the death        He later was co-chair of the Marin
     1954                                          Chicago GSB recently learned of           death of Stanley L. Plecha of Colorado                                                     of Walter J. Kobos of Calabash, North        Steering Committee of the Beyond
                                                   the death of Lt. Col. Harold V. Smith     Springs, Colorado.                           The GSB recently learned of the death         Carolina. He was retired from AT&T.          War Foundation. Survivors include
     Donald F. Mulvihill, M.A.T. ’37, Ph.D. ’54,   of O’Fallon, Missouri. He was                                                          of Robert H. Grimsell of Fort Myers,          He is survived by his wife, Henrietta.       his wife, Frieda; two daughters; a son;
     of Kalamazoo, Michigan, died                  assistant chief of the Aerospace                                                       Florida. He worked as supervising                                                          two sisters; and six grandchildren.
     November 13, 2001. He was a retired           Environments Office with the              1959                                         accountant of Chicago’s Metropolitan
     professor emeritus of marketing at            Air Force.                                                                             Sanitary District and was awarded             1968
     Kent State University. Survivors                                                        Gerald B. Cole of North Syracuse, New        emeritus life associate status by the                                                      1972
     include his wife and son.                                                               York, died November 22, 2001. He is          National Association of Accountants.          The GSB recently learned of the death
                                                   1957                                      survived by his wife, Nancy.                                                               of John A. Kliesner of Rockford, Illinois.   The GSB recently learned of the
                                                                                                                                                                                        He was director of quality with              death of Lawrence P. Benson of Toledo,
     1955                                          The GSB recently learned of the           The GSB recently learned of the death        1965                                          Schultes Precision Manufacturing.            Ohio. He was the national health-
                                                   death of Ralph C. Batastini of Phoenix.   of F. Frank Sako of San Jose, California.                                                  He is survived by his wife, Joanne.          care director of AMX International
     The GSB recently learned of the death         He served in the Air Force as an                                                       Chicago GSB recently learned of the                                                        and previously served as president
     of Jerome J. Ex of Chicago. After             aerial flight navigator, earning the      Chicago GSB recently learned of the          death of John E. Drotning, M.B.A. ’59,                                                     and CEO of GeriMed of America.
     receiving his M.B.A., Ex joined the           Distinguished Flying Cross as a cap-      death of Philip S. Steinberg of Fremont,     Ph.D. ’65, of Mayfield Heights, Ohio,         1969                                         Benson also was a special consultant
     army and was assigned to the                  tain. In 1985, he formed Batastini &      California. He retired as a staff engi-      on August 26, 2000. He served as                                                           to the surgeon general for the navy,
     Auditors’ Corps. He was honorably             Company to engage in corporate            neer at Lockheed. He is survived by          chairman of the division of industrial        Paul C. Jarvis of Naples, Florida, died      a chief staff officer in Vietnam, and
     discharged at the rank of corporal in         equity investments; corporate finance,    his wife, Rita.                              relations in the school of management         December 5, 2001. He was a navy              a project engineer for Quaker. He is
     1957. Ex later worked as assistant vice       mergers, and acquisitions; and real                                                    at Case Western Reserve University,           veteran and later worked on the              survived by his wife, Donita.
     president of Exchange National Bank           estate investments. Batastini also                                                     where he was also a professor and labor       Apollo program for North American
     of Chicago and retired as the con-            served on the board of directors for                                                   arbitrator. Drotning was awarded the          Aviation in California. Later he
                                                                                                                                          Fulbright Research Scholar Fellowship         worked as a systems analyst for the

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     ALUMNI NEWS                                               In Memoriam

     Yuji Goya, ’88, died in the              1982                                       xp-6                                         xp-11                                     xp-16                                       ing, and serving as editor of The
     September 11, 2001, terrorist attack                                                                                                                                                                                   Journal of Personal Selling and Sales
                                              Diana L. Carpenter of Lincolnshire,        Charles F. Kaberna, ’53, of Elm Grove,       Allan M. Douglass, ’55, of Sarasota,      The GSB recently learned of the             Management. Survivors include
     in New York City. He was the
                                              Illinois, died January 25, 2002, after     Wisconsin, died June 25, 2001. Kaberna       Florida, died October 16, 2001.           death of George T. Hanna, ’60, of           his wife, Betty; his son, Bob; his
     managing director of Mizuho              a battle with breast cancer. She           was manager of price administration          He retired as vice president of           Elizabethtown, Kentucky. He retired         daughter, Nancy; six grandchildren,
     Capital Markets on the 80th floor        was a principal with Artemis Ltd.          with Inland-Ryerson Construction             Material Service. He is survived by       as president of R&G Construction.           and a great-grandchild.
     of 2 World Trade Center. Formerly        Management Consulting and a long-          Products in the ’70s and later retired       his wife, Marylou.                        He is survived by his wife, Ruby.
                                              time member of the University of           from the company. He is survived by
     he worked as the manager of swaps
     and derivatives for the Fuji Bank in
                                              Chicago Women’s Business Group.            his wife, Loretta.                           The GSB recently learned of the           Earl F. Tanner, ’62, of Barrington,         xp-25
                                              She is survived by her husband, Henry,                                                  death of Charles M. Jensen, ’55, of       Illinois, died November 1, 2001.
     Tokyo. He is survived by his wife,       and two sons, Henry and Vincent.                                                        Peoria, Arizona. He was retired           He was retired from Goodman                 The GSB recently learned of the
     Yoshiko, and daughter, Yumi.                                                        xp-7                                         from Peoples Gas.                         Equipment. He is survived by his            death of William B. Hamilton, ’69, on
                                                                                                                                                                                wife, Edna.                                 August 2, 2001.
                                              1988                                       Joseph N. McGinnis, ’51, of Madison,
                                                                                         Wisconsin, died June 6, 2001. He is          xp-12
     1977                                     The GSB recently learned of the            survived by his wife, Harriet.                                                         xp-21                                       xp-49
                                              death of Lolita Maria Anderson. She is                                                  William N. Sloan Jr., ’56, of Jamaica
                                              survived by her husband, Ronny,                                                         Plain, Massachusetts, died July 24,       Carl F. Bussema, ’65, of Paradise Valley,   Rudolph Bouie, ’82, died October 22,
     Arnold Calvin Hahn of Laguna Niguel,
     California, died October 27, 2001.
                                              and son, Christopher.                      xp-9                                         2001. He was retired from the army        Arizona, died December 26, 2001. He         2001. He was director of plant facilities
                                                                                                                                      and also from St. Petersburg Junior       was an executive at Baxter Laboratories     and services at Argonne National
     Hahn was executive vice president                                                   The GSB recently learned of the death        College, where he was campus busi-        and president of his own medical            Laboratory. Bouie is survived by his
     of Western Bancorp and, previously,
     senior vice president of First Bank
                                              1990                                       of Alvin H. Bayles, ’53, of West Palm        ness manager. Survivors include his       consulting company, Bussema Inc.            wife, Rita.
                                                                                         Beach, Florida. He was retired from          wife, Frances.                            He is survived by his wife, Betty; his
     System. He is survived by his wife,      John McVickar Robinson II of               the Metropolitan Sanitary District.                                                    four daughters; his son; and his eight
     Teena.                                   Woodinville, Washington, died                                                                                                     grandchildren.                              xp-54
                                              November 6, 2001.                          Philip P. Rector, ’53, of Venice, Florida,   xp-13
                                                                                         died September 16, 2001. He was                                                        Marvin Jolson, ’65, of Pikesville,          The GSB recently learned of the death
     1978                                                                                retired from Peoples Gas. He was pre-        Chicago GSB recently learned of           Maryland, died July 24, 2001. Jolson        of Arthur S. Caruso, ’85, of Sarasota,
                                              Executive                                  ceded in death by his wife, Esther.          the death of Robert L. Crane, ’57,        formerly was senior vice president          Florida. He was a plant manager with
     Saul Alford of Portland, Oregon, died                                                                                            of La Grange Park, Illinois.              of Encyclopedia Britannica and              Stanadyne. He is survived by his
     September 2, 2001. He was a retired      M.B.A. Program                                                                                                                    the founder of Crime Prevention             wife, Susan.
     programmer and analyst with Official                                                xp-10                                                                                  Company of America. He was
     Airline Guides. He is survived by his
                                              xp-5                                                                                    xp-15                                     professor emeritus of marketing in
     wife, Muriel.                                                                       The GSB recently learned of the                                                        the College of Business at the              xp-59
                                                                                         death of Andrew A. Winterbauer, ’54, of      The GSB recently learned of the death     University of Maryland. The first
                                              The GSB recently learned of the
                                                                                         Douglas, Michigan. He was vice presi-        of John A. Boyd, ’59, of Mercer Island,   recipient of the Lifetime Achievement       Emmet J. Cleary, ’90, of Wilmette,
     1979                                     death of Clyde C. Hall, ’49, of Shawnee,
                                              Kansas. He was retired from the army
                                                                                         dent of manufacturing at Whiting. He         Washington.                               Award from the American Marketing           Illinois, died June 4, 2001. He is
                                                                                         is survived by his wife, Virginia.                                                     Association, he was an authority            survived by his wife, Lyn.
     The GSB recently learned of the          and worked as a civilian public affairs
                                                                                                                                      James S. Gleason, ’65, of Glen Ellyn,     on personal selling and sales manage-
     death of Vishnu N. Vaidya of Glenview,   official.
                                                                                                                                      Illinois, died November 11, 2001.         ment, writing nearly 100 journal
     Illinois. He was director of manufac-                                                                                            He is survived by his wife, Lois.         articles and five textbooks, consult-
     turing with Gaertner Scientific.

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