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In memoriam

In Memoriam
Spring 2016

In memoriam


Fred Ernest Kasline (’33 Eng., Alpha Tau Omega), 104, October 4, 2015, Fair Oaks, California.

Fae Bowers (’x34 Busi., Zeta Tau Alpha), 101, September 12, 2015, Spokane.

Grant Arthur Graber (’35 Econ.), 98, December 23, 2010, Wapato.

Aimee M. Frazier (’39 Theatre, Pi Beta Phi), 99, October 13, 2014, Spokane.

Francis M. Roberts (’39 Ag. Eng.), 99, August 26, 2015, Spokane.


Bruce V. Arnold (’40 Gen. St.), 99, October 20, 2015, Walla Walla.

Marie Margaret Bley (’40 Pharm.), 96, April 8, 2015, Spokane.

Norman C. Donaldson (’40 Agron.), 98, October 29, 2015, Colville.

Bernadine Fulfs Seabrandt (’41, ’54 Microbio.), 97, October 21, 2015, … » More …

In Memoriam
Winter 2015

In memoriam


Paul A. Klavano (’41 Chem., ’44 DVM), 95, June 10, 2015, Pullman.

Richard D. Bartram (’43 Hort.), 94, February 19, 2015, Wenatchee.

Maryhelen Stephens (’43 Pharm.), 93, August 20, 2015, Portland, Oregon.

Forrest W. Johnson (’44 Wildlife Eco.), 94, August 19, 2015, Yakima.

Helen F. Stowell (’44 Phys. Ed.), 93, June 30, 2015, Spokane.

Barbara Lee (Leighty) Hanger (’45 Nursing), 91, April 4, 2015, Dayton.

Dorothy Ruth Hink (’45 Microbio.), 94, April 14, 2015, Cashmere.

Nydia Jane Oliver (’47 Fine Arts, Delta Gamma), 89, July 14, 2015, College Place.

Zilda Utzman Carlson (’48 Pol. Sci.), 89, July 26, 2015, Boise, Idaho.

Paul H. … » More …

Talk Back
Spring 2015

Posts for Spring 2015


Mapmaker mystery

Of all the names that were mentioned in the [previous issue] article (those that I studied under in geology), I know Dr. Campbell would have had your answer. I was a graduate student in geology in the early ’70s and I knew Dr. Rosenberg (my advisor), Dr. Webster, and Dr. Campbell. These people were phenomenal teachers and mentors. But when important questions come up, like historical geology questions, Dr. Campbell was your man. He would have known. I remember his research, his retirement, and his death later. Another person who would have known was Al Butler in physics (also my advisor) … » More …

Glenn Terrell
Winter 2013

Glenn Terrell, WSU President 1967–1985: Recollections

Glenn Terrell served as Washington State University’s seventh president, from 1967 to 1985. He passed away in August at his home in Sequim. He was 93.


Terrell earned his bachelor’s degree in political science from Davidson College in North Carolina, his master’s degree in psychology from Florida State University, and his doctoral degree from the University of Iowa. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was one of the American soldiers who marched down the Champs-Elysee with Charles de Gaulle.

He began his academic career as an instructor in psychology at Florida State, later moving to the University of Colorado … » More …

Charles Argersinger
Fall 2013

Charles Argersinger 1951–2013:  Equilibrium

Charles Edward Argersinger, emeritus professor of music at Washington State University and a resident of the Palouse area since 1988, died April 16, 2013, in Pullman, after a long illness. He was 61.

Charles was born October 15, 1951, in Schenectady, New York, and his family traded snow for sun a few years later, moving to Phoenix, Arizona. After graduating from Central High School, he attended Arizona State University, earning his bachelor’s and then, in 1977, his master’s degree in music. During his college years, he played saxophone in a rock band called Christopher Blue. In 1977, Jana Jennison, who fell in love with him … » More …