1960s to Current
Horowitz, AB'71, died January 30 in Pittsburgh of a
brain tumor. She was 49. Horowitz, the first woman to receive
a Ph.D. degree from MIT, specialized in the relationship between
metaphysics and semantics. After teaching at Vassar College, NYU,
and the State University of New York at Purchase, she joined the
University of Pittsburgh faculty. She became the first woman to
chair its philosophy department a few months before her death.
Her book The Backtracking Fallacy will be published posthumously.
She is survived by her brother, Josh Howard.
J. Ryan, AM'69, PhD'72, a former assistant professor
at Loyola University in Chicago, died February 20 in Montreal
at age 74. After serving as a priest in the Peoria, IL, diocese
for 13 years, Ryan began teaching at Loyola in 1964. He joined
the Concordia University (Montreal) faculty in the late 1970s,
remaining there until his retirement. Survivors include a brother
and four sisters.
H. Hannemann, MBA'73, a banker, died January 21 in
Naperville, IL, of stroke-related ailments. He was 58. Hannemann
was an Army interpreter and linguist in Vietnam. After serving
as vice president of Continental Bank in Miami for 16 years, he
became vice president of Continental Illinois, Continental Bank,
and Household International Bank. He is survived by his wife,
Dolores; two sons; his mother; three brothers; and a sister.
V. Kilinski, AB'77, a consultant, died in October in
Andover, MA. He was 45. Kilinski had worked for Arthur Andersen
Consulting, Visibility, and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Survivors
include his daughter, Megan; his mother; and a sister.