destroyer that sank the last German
submarine in the Atlantic Ocean.
He worked for Merrill Lynch and for
Colonial Trust Co. He belonged to Phi
Henry E. Young ’45, of Norwalk,
Ohio, died on Dec. 4, 2015. During
WWII, he served in the Marines. He
practiced law with the family firm of
Young & Young, served as magistrate
of the Huron County Common Pleas
Court, and served two terms as mayor
of Norwalk. He belonged to Beta
James A. Ottignon ’46, of Marlton,
New Jersey, died on Feb. 16. He served
in the Army during World War II.
He retired from Texaco after 34 years
in executive sales and training. He
belonged to Pi Kappa Alpha.
Barton P. Quaintance ’46, ’50L,
of Wilmington, Delaware, died on
April 15. He served in the Army. He
worked in personnel and labor relations for the DuPont Co. for 29 years.
Robert E. Mosby Jr. ’48, of Gainesville, Georgia, died on Aug. 23, 2014.
He served during World War II. He
spent his career in sales, including a
stint as president of Paul Davis Systems. He belonged to Delta Tau Delta.
Sam Silverstein Jr. ’49L, of
Charleston, West Virginia, died on
March 26. He served in the Air Force
during World War II. After briefly
practicing law, he joined the family
business, which he built into a Fortune
500 company. He was cousin to Mark
Schaul Jr. ’53 and Charles Schaul ’55.
He belonged to Zeta Beta Tau.
Frederick H. Smith ’49L, of Tucson, Arizona, died on Aug. 27, 2016.
He retired from the FBI after 28 years,
then spent 10 years with the state of
Alaska as the public administrator and
coroner for Fairbanks, retiring in 1987.
He belonged to Phi Kappa Sigma.
David S. Croyder ’50, of Cabin
John, Maryland, died on March 23. He
was a builder, developer and conservationist. He belonged to Phi Gamma
Delta and was cousin to William F.
Glenn O. Glovier ’50, of Verona,
Virginia, died on Jan. 6. During WWII,
he served in the Marine Corps. He
retired from the U.S. Post Office in
Staunton, Virginia, after 28 years.
Robert U. Goodman ’50, of
Shreveport, Louisiana, died on Jan.
10. He served in the Air Force. He had
his own law practice in Shreveport for
over 50 years. He belonged to
Frank Love Jr. ’50, ’51L, of
Atlanta, died on Jan. 24. He served in
the Navy during World War II. He
was a lawyer with the firm Powell,
Goldstein, Frazer and Murphy until
he retired in 1998. He belonged to Pi
Arthur Hollins III ’51, of Lake
Charles, Louisiana, died on Feb.
1. He served in the Army. After
earning his CPA, he opened his own
practice. He belonged to Phi Kappa
Psi. He was uncle to Kelly M. Hollins
’80 and grandfather to Elizabeth
Schoen Juge ’03.
W.K. Vance Rucker Jr. ’51, of
Greensboro, North Carolina, died
on Feb. 18. He served in the Army.
He worked for Burlington Industries,
as vice president and general manager of Krupp International-TMD, and
president of Scragg North America.
He belonged to Phi Gamma Delta.
Dr. James Z. Shanks ’51, of
Atlanta, died on Feb. 6. He served in
the Army. He ran a medical practice
for over 50 years. He belonged to
Lambda Chi Alpha.
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