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Marjorie Moore Smith ’33 of Bedford, OH, died December 27, 2010. A home-ec major, she earned an MLS from C. W. Post University. She was a social worker, librar- ian, and substitute teacher. She was for- mer chair of the home service program of the Sayville, NY, chapter of the American Red Cross. Predeceased by husband Fran- cis, she is survived by two sons and sever- al grandchildren. Marguerite Berrian White ’35 of South-

bury, CT, died November 28. A nursing major, she earned a master’s in nursing education from Syracuse University and a doctorate from Columbia Teachers Col- lege. She taught at Skidmore, Wagner College, and Syracuse. She retired as asso- ciate dean of the University of Connecti- cut School of Nursing, having authored four books on nursing education. She re- ceived Skidmore’s Distinguished Nursing Alumna Award in 1986. In retirement she volunteered for the Heritage Village Am- bulance Association. She served Skidmore as a reunion volunteer and class agent. She is survived by two daughters, three grandchildren, and one great-grandchild; husband Willard predeceased her. Marianna deNoyelles Orr ’37 of Mat- thews, NC, died October 11. A phys-ed major, she captained Skidmore’s basket- ball team and played four other sports. For many years she served as director of health and phys ed at East Hampton High School in New York. She was a dedicated volunteer, founding summer kindergarten programs in public schools in Greens- boro, SC, and Charlotte, NC, through the American Association of University Wo- men. She also held many leadership roles in the Girl Scouts and was active in her church. Predeceased by husband Henry, she is survived by a daughter and several nieces and nephews. Virginia Feeley Ingram ’37 of Chester,

CT, died August 24. An art major, she earned an MLS from Simmons College. She enjoyed a career as a librarian at the New York Public Library and later at the Woonsocket (RI) Public Library, where she served as director. She was a member of the League of Women Voters and a former chair of the Essex Housing Authority, which provides housing for low- to mod- erate-income seniors. She is survived by daughter Susan Ingram ’71 and a son. Her husband, George, predeceased her. Eleanor Fisher Nagy ’37 of Seattle, WA, died October 5, 2009. A psychology major, she earned a master’s from the University of Virginia. She started her career as an assistant psychologist in the University of Virginia’s department of psychiatry and


neurology and retired after many years in private practice as a child psychologist. She leaves two daughters, including Joan Nagy ’70, and sister Dorothy Fisher Terner ’40. Helen “Polly” Hall Clark ’38 of Ken- more, NY, died November 1. She was an elementary education major. She leaves two daughters, two sons, six grandchil- dren, and four great-grandchildren. Her husband, Lloyd, predeceased her. Laurine Southard Lancaster ’39 of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, died March 1, 2011. A biology major, she also studied music at Skidmore. She worked as a lab technician at St. John’s Hospital in Brooklyn, NY. She continued with voice studies and served as a choir member and soloist at her church for many years. She is survived by two sons, a daughter, and several grand- children.

Henrietta Lockwood Brothwell ’40 of New Castle, NH, died June 6. An art major, she was an accomplished watercol- or, oil, and découpage artist. She led a major needlepoint kneeler project at her church. A member of the National Society of Colonial Dames of America for more than 50 years, she served on its New Hampshire board of managers, most re- cently as chapter registrar. Husband Charles predeceased her; she is survived by two nieces and five nephews. Eleanor Hageman Suppe ’41 of Muncie, IN, died October 23. A home-ec major, she earned a master’s in teaching from Russell Sage College and taught remedial reading in the Schenectady (NY) School District for many years. She was past pres- ident of the Schenectady chapter of the League of Women Voters and served as state advisor to its Saratoga Springs chap- ter. She was a Brownie leader at Glen Worden School and a Sunday-school teacher at her Schenectady church. In retirement, she volunteered as a reading tutor. She is survived by a son and daugh- ter, a sister, and two grandchildren. Jean Lawton Horka ’43 of Worcester, MA, died October 9. A business major, she was an active volunteer for the Natick Bookmobile and the Leonard Morse Hos- pital before moving to Falmouth, where she volunteered for that town’s hospital and public library. She established the Jean Lawton Horka ’43 Endowed Scholar- ship for deserving Skidmore students. Husband Alfred predeceased her; she leaves a son, a daughter, three grandsons, and one great-granddaughter. Barbara Davis Donahue ’43 of Spring- field, MA, died March 28, 2009. An art major, she was an interior designer with Albert Steiger Company and Hampden

House for many years. She later became sales director of Stacy Supply Company. An active member of her community, she served on the boards of Wesson Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital, the Law- renceville School, and the Mac Duffie School for Girls. She is survived by a son. Her husband, Guy II, predeceased her. Dorothy Liptak Homewood ’45 of

Palm City, FL, died September 20. A busi- ness major, she worked for NYC advertis- ing agencies, Life magazine, and the Du- Pont Company before serving as a publi- cations specialist for the Maryland higher education commission. She was active in the American Association of University Women and the Treasure Coast Art As- sociation. She was an avid world traveler and especially enjoyed skiing and sailing. She is survived by two stepsons, a step- daughter, a sister-in-law, seven grandchil- dren, and seven great-grands. Her hus- band, Tyrus, predeceased her. Harriet Smith Collins ’45 of Somers, NY, died July 29. A business major, she worked as an executive secretary prior to her mar- riage. A member of the Junior League of Northern Westchester, she was active in church volunteer outreach activities. She is survived by a daughter, a son, a grand- daughter, and two great-grandchildren. Anne Linton Waite ’45 of Hightstown, NJ, died July 10. An art major, she was an active PTA, hospital, and church volun- teer. She is survived by a son; husband Fred predeceased her. Mary Emmons Maguire ’47 of New London, NH, died January 16. A nursing major, she forged a 40-year career in that profession, working for area physicians and health centers. She did extensive vol- unteer work for the Kearsarge Area Coun- cil on Aging, the Ausbon Sargent Land Preservation Trust, and Meals on Wheels. In 2009 she was recognized by the New London Service Organization for 30 years of caring for the community. Predeceased by husband Charles, she leaves two daughters and two sons, a sister, and seven grandchildren. Doris Spector Rome ’47 of Delray Beach, FL, died December 22. A chem- istry-biology major, she earned an MD from Albany Medical College (and was honored with an LHD from Skidmore in 1962). A principal investigator for re- search grants awarded to AMC by the American Cancer Society and the Nation- al Institutes of Health, she was an associ- ate professor of oncology and medicine, and then of pathology, from 1951 to 1980. In 1981 she founded Albany Cyto- path Labs, which specialized in early can-

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