Roy L. Mathiasen 31, retired engineer, Exxon Research & Engineering; May 30.
Everett F. Johnson Jr. 33, retired design project engineer with E.I. duPont de Nemours and Co.; Feb. 19.
Morris Yasler 35, longtime businessman in Danbury, Conn., and active community member; Aug. 22.
Archibald W. Ruether 36, of Pittsburgh, Pa.; May 27.
Lester T. Dennis 38, former project engineer, U.S. Army Research & Development Command; Feb. 21.
Thomas P. Engster 38, family physician and retired chief of nuclear medicine, Samaritan Hospital, and WWII Navy veteran; May 14.
David H. Goodman 39, retired president, Recorded Publications Mfg. Co., and a benefactor of Rensselaer; May 11.
John W. Hurley 40, retired manager, Divisional Quality Center, St. Regis Paper Co.; Sept. 9.
James A. Mann 40, former research chemist at Weyerhauser Paper Co., chemical engineering professor at University of Massachusetts-Lowell, and longtime planning board member; Sept. 23.
Marvin M. Ramer 40, retired vice chairman of the Lummus Co., consultant, and active Rensselaer alumnus; July 18.
Leslie Ackerman 41, retired manager, technical services, W.R. Grace & Co., former research specialist and commodity manager for U.S. Rubber Co., and active in scouting activities; Jan. 26.
John H. Barnard 41, retired sales representative, J.L. Clark Rockford Division; July 18. B. Austin Barry 42, former head of civil engineering at Manhattan College and a well-known figure in the civil engineering and surveying fields; Aug. 2.
Russell E. Strayer 42, retired after 41 years from Consolidated Vultee Aircraft/Convair (later, General Dynamics), where he managed the flight test program for the F-106, among other projects; July 21.
John F. Daly 43, former chairman and CEO, Hoover Universal, vice chairman of Johnson Controls, and director of numerous corporations; Oct. 11.
Charles W. Mathews 43, program manager of NASAs Gemini program in the 1960s, a manager during the Apollo lunar program, retired as chief of NASAs office of applications; Sept. 10.
Herman Vener 43, retired owner, Amirprat Consulting Co. in Weston, Conn.; Sept. 28.
Daniel D. Woodward 43, former management analyst, R.B. Austin & Associates; June 6, 2000.
John F. Hildebrand 44, former principal metallurgical investigator, General Dynamics Corp., and materials engineer, General Atomic Co.; Feb. 9.
Ward W. Minkler 45, a pioneer of the titanium metal industry, retired vice president of Timet and president of ALS Co., and a WWII Army veteran; Aug. 12.
Robert H. Covell 49, retired chief circuit engineer for Conrail, and WWII Army Air Force veteran; June 20.
Harold Lakin 49, sculptor and former consultant with Optimetrix; May 13.
Paul S. Methe 49, formerly employed at Alcoa, Allegheny Ludlum Steel, Knolls Atomic Power Lab, and the Watervliet Arsenal, patent holder in titanium metal alloy research, and WWII Army veteran; Aug. 9.
David B. Selip 49, former sales manager, Acme Visible Systems, in Rochester, N.Y., and a WWII Navy veteran; Sept. 14.
Richard F. Headley 50, former owner, Lake & Stream Realty in Alton, N.H., active in civic affairs; Sept. 20.
Edwin E. Nowak 50, former senior engineer, Bechtel Power Corp.; Aug. 11.
Arthur D. Raszmann 51, retired vice president of Siegfried Construction Co., a former Marine, and sailing enthusiast; May 5.
Harold C. Vance Jr. 52, of Orlando, Fla., former group engineer, Lockheed Martin Corp.; Sept. 1.
John B. Harry 53, of Sterling, Va., former senior principal engineer, CACI International Inc.; July 1.
William B. Ackroyd 54, former electrical engineer with Anitec Imaging Corp., antique shop owner, firefighter, and WWII Navy veteran; Aug. 12.
Wayne R. Wilcox 55, former senior engineer at Lockheed Missile and Space Co. and at Mason Chamberlin; Aug. 6.
John A. Eggen 56, former owner, John A. Eggen, Architect, in Coral Gables, Fla.; March 2001.
Robert L. Staley 56, former vice president, Fosdick & Hilmer, and active Rensselaer alumnus; Sept. 9.
John S. Liptay 62, M.E.E. 66, former senior technical staff member, IBM; June 9.
J. Nicholas Humber 63, an environmental expert and executive of Enron Wind Corp., adviser to the World Bank, founder of Energia Global, and past president of BioMed; on American Airlines Flight 11, Sept. 11. See, also, "Voices From Rensselaer".
James D. MacKinnon, M.M.E. 64, M.S. 75, project engineer at Pratt & Whitney, pilot, and sailor; Sept. 1.
Allan D. Bozenhard 66, former forge engineer for Accuride and Kaiser Aluminum; Oct. 7.
Stanley A. Miske Jr., M.E. 67, retired senior application electrical engineer with General Electric Industrial Systems, active in the Elfun Society and IEEE; Oct. 14.
Carolyne Clay 74, quality assurance supervisor, metallurgy department, Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Co., former mentor and chair of the Black Students Alliance at RPI, honored with many awards for her community service; Jan. 12.
Thomas J. McFee 74, 26-year employee of Rochester Gas and Electric; July 27.
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