Dr. Curl was a very loyal member for almost 70 years. He is survived by
his wife, Dr. Alice Curl, who is also an active member of the Society. Dr.
Curl was about to celebrate his 90th birthday when he passed away.
Dr. Smith was very inflential in the organization of the Chapter in the
1980s and early 1990s (along with his wife, Peggie Hollingsworth) and
was on the Chapter Council in the late 1980s.
Dr. Berent was a faculty member in the Psychiatry and Neurology
Departments from around 1978 to his retirement around 2008. He was
Emeritus Professor from then on. He was a loyal member of Sigma Xi and
served on the Council and served as President from 2012-2013.
Bruce Graves (Life Member - Elected in 1964 by the Louisville Chapter)
12/7/1928 - 6/26/2015
Bruce died of complications from vascular surgery. Bruce had many
interests. He had careers teaching and doing research in
electro-chemistry, after years as a scientific glassblower at Purdue. He
was active in the peace movement, particularly focusing on establishing
the possibility of conscientious objection to taxes for war. The latter
effort resulted in a case that reached the Supreme Court. He was an active
outdoorsman and environmentalist. Bruce is survived by wife Ruth; son
Keith with his wife Michelle and their sons Chris and Josh; daughter Lynn
and her husband Bob Morgan; and daughter-in-law Randi and her son Connor.
Jeff predeceased his father.
Dr. Glysson joined the faculty at the University of Michigan in 1951.
During his career, he taught, directed summer surveying camps in Wyoming,
performed research on solid waste disposal and management, municipal
engineering, and water, wastes, and solid wastes engineering, served as
faculty advisor to UM's chapter of Chi Epsilon, and consulted for NSF,
WHO, and EPA. Named professor emeritus of the department of civil and
environmental engineering in 1995, he has more recently served on the
council of UM's chapter of Sigma Xi while continuing to maintain strong
support for UM's basketball team.
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