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About Torch in general....
The first Torch Club was organized in 1924. Originally, membership was restricted to "members of the learned professions." With the emergence of many new professions, the definition of eligibility has been widened to include those "members from other disciplines pursued by a person in a recognized professional manner." However, the local club has the right to set the general boundaries.
TORCH is an international association of local clubs in which respected persons practicing recognized professions enjoy the cultural interchange of knowledge. The clubs are organized in an International Association of TORCH Clubs, a non-profit corporation that provides common services to its member organizations.
Over 80 local TORCH Clubs comprising 3,000 members operate in 75 locations in the United States and Canada. Each has a monthly dinner meeting, which is highlighted by the presentation of a paper by a member or guest on a topic of concern to modern society. Following the presentation, the members discuss the subject. It is through this sharing of knowledge and airing of divergent views that TORCH becomes such a unique and rewarding experience.
The Schenectady Torch Club
The Schenectady Torch Club is a member of the International Association of Torch Clubs that consists of many local semi-autonomous clubs. A complete list is given on the web page of the international association, the Schenectady Club being in Region One. The mission of a Torch Club is to extol controversy while promoting free interchange among its members on intellectual and cultural subjects including, but not restricted to, civic, religious, philosophic, scientific, economic, artistic, political, and other similar topics. We champion neither specific causes nor do we subscribe to any propaganda or ideologies. In the broadest terms the Schenectady Torch Club seeks to stimulate understanding among the learned professions with the conviction that its members will gain a mutual understanding of each other and thus appreciate the function each plays in our society.
The Schenectady Torch Club was chartered in
1931. The first meeting was held on Tuesday, January 20 of that
year at the Van Curler Hotel. The speaker was Dr. George B.
Cutten, President of Colgate, whose talk was entitled "Is Man
Doomed to Extinction?" The dinner cost was 2$.
Schenectady Torch is proud to have been the first to admit women, having voted to do so unanimously in 1973. It has since elected four female presidents. Schenectady Torch continues to pioneer the broadest possible spectrum of membership commensurate with its commitment to serve the professional community. The Club has more than 70 active members drawn from local business, state and local government, colleges and universities, and a variety of professions.
The Club meets at 6:00 p.m. on the second Thursday of each
October through May. The current venue is the Turf Tavern in Scotia. A
Torch evening consists of dinner followed by a speaker who is most
a Club member but who also may be an outside guest. Members are
to bring guests to any meeting, but are especially encouraged to do so
for the May meeting, once called "Ladies' Night," then "Spouses'
Night," and now "Guests' Night."
Membership is open to all professions. Potential new members are usually sponsored by two or more members and are introduced to the Club at one meeting and, should they apply to join, are voted to membership at a later meeting.
The annual cost of membership, which includes meals and the International dues, is set by the Torch officers the summer before each Torch season. The current dues are $200 per year and are payable before the October meeting. Our national dues cover three issues per year of Torch Magazine, which reprints transcripts of those talks chosen as the best ones from among those nominated by local clubs.
The Club typically grants a partial subsidy to one of its members to attend the annual convention of the International Association of Torch Clubs. When that convention is held locally, the Albany and Schenectady Clubs are usually designated as joint hosts.
||5757 Jockey Street
||Galway, NY 12074
|1st Vice President||Britt Westergard
||58 Campus Drive
||Guildereland, NY 12384
|2nd Vice President||Fred Goodman
||886 Cunningham Court
||Niskayuna, NY 1209
||104 Marson Avenue.
||Scotia, NY 12302
||2766 Rosendale Road
||Niskayuna, NY 12309
||Edwin D. Reilly, Jr.
||870 Cunningham Court
||Niskayuna, NY 12309
||1705 Dorwaldt Boulevard
||Niskayuna, NY 12309
||Term ending 5/31/2016
||27 Granite Street
||Saratoga Springss, NY 12866
||Term ending 5/31/2017|
||864 Beach Drivet
||Niskayuna , NY 12309
||Term ending 5/31/2018
October 8 Andrew McKenna "Sheer Madness, from Fedral Prosecutor to Federal Prisoner"
November 12 Attorney
"When Mental Health and Criminal
December 10 Ralph Enokian
January 14 Ed Reilly, Archivist "85 years of the Schenectady Torch Club"
February 11 Juan Barbosa
"Fitness and Nutrition
for the Middle
March 10 John Polimeni, Sch'dy Councilman
April 14 Jason Lecuyer, Sch'dy Ct'y Director
Events that Promote Tourism"
May 12 TBA
| October 9
William. "Mac" Sudduth,
Future Programs at
MiSci ( Museum of Science and Innovation )
November 13 D r. James Lloyd, SUNY Nanotech The Black Hole Universe, an Alternative to Dark Energy. Was there really a Big Bang? The Black Hole Universe, an Alternative to Dark Energy
December 11 Mary Liz & Paul Stewart The Underground Railroad Revisited: A New Interpretation of a Very Old Story
in New York State
Financial Stability vs.
Geoffrey Kirkpatrick - NYLA
The Future of Public
Libraries: challenges and opportunities
Fixing Albany, a Roadmap for Reform
May 14 Chuck Becker - Habitat for Humanity The State of Affordable Housing in Schenectady
10 Carl Strock
to Jerusalem: The Unlikely Rise and Awful Fall of a Small-Town Newsman"
November 14 Peter Tobiessen "Some Lake Items in the News: Their Causes and Possible Solutions "
December 12 Robert Altman "The Future of Public Television"
January 9 Tim Johnson "Being in Control: Understanding Feedback Systems, and How a Control Engineer Perceives the World "
February 13 Sheelagh Baily "New York State Small Town Organization"
Eddy "The Digital Age."
April 10 Paul Sorum "The Affordable Care Act"
May 8 Jude McQueen "Childhood Education"
11 Prof. Francis Wilkin - Union College
“The Dark Side
of the Universe: Dark Ma tter-Dark Energy
November 8 B.K. Keramati
December 13 Robert Ward - NYS Deputy Comptroller "New York State Government"
January 10 Doug Kabat "How Amazon Works"
February 14 Britt Westergard "Hydrology / Hurricane Irene"
March 14 Don Gavin "The War of 1812"
April 11 Walter Grattidge "Who Wrote the Shakespearean Plays?
May 9 Jenny Overynder "New Netherland"
|October 13|| Susan Stewart
Women and the Bible"
Ricki Lewis "The Forever Fix: Genetics and Curing Illness"
Marica White "SPAC Today and Tomorrow"
Eric Ruijssensars "Abraham Staats: Surgeon, Magistrate, Soldier in New Netherland, 1642"
Ryan Torn "An Update on Global Climate Change"
Al Magid "Democratic Transitions in Formerly Autocratic Countries"
Philip Morris "Proctor's and Schenectady"
"Health Reform, Health Costs
and How Physicians Practice"
Novermber 12 Margaret Shadler "Muslim Women of Morocco"
December 10 John Gowdy "The Nature of Value and the Value of Nature"
January 14 Don Stauffer "Robert Frost and his Anti-New Deal Politics"
February 11 Quinton Bullock "Leading a Communtiy College in the 21st Century"
March 11 Maggie Mancinelli-Cahill "How do you choose a play?"
Aprill 8 Phil Adams "Mankind’s Aspirations Expressed in Architecture"
May 13 Dick Westergard "You Too Can Be a Weather Guy"
Don Rittner, County Historian
"The First Ship"
November 13 BK Keramati "Retrospective on Running for the NY State Senate"
December 11 Doug Kabat "The Traithlon as a Sport"
January 8 Rex Smith, Times Union "Ethical Journalism in the Internet Age"
February 12 Leslie Herd "Roots and Wisdom: Creating Community through Agriculture"
March 12 Hugh Johnson "The Investment Picture Today"
April 9 Angel Garcia "Understanding Basic Biological Processes from Physical Data"
May 7 David Golibersuch "They Won't Send You Farther than Siberia"
11 Prof. Stephen
M. Berk, Union College
"The Middle East at a Crossroads"
November 8 Stephen Aninlay, President, Union College "Challenges for Private Colleges in the Twenty-First Century.”
December 13 Frank Wicks "Robert Fulton and Robert Livingston and the 1807 Steamboat: The First Great American Invention"
January 10 Helga Schroeder "Reforms Needed in the Courts of New York State"
February 14 Warren Redlich "Search Engine Optimization: Who's Number One?"
March 13 Rich Alben "Globalization: Is the World Flat or Round?"
April 10 Prof. Cliff Brown, Union College "The U.S. Political Process" (tenative title)
May 8 Ricki Lewis "Self-Publishing: What a Long, Strange Trip It's Been"
October 12 Carl Strock, Schenectady Gazette "Don't Beleive Anything You Read"
November 9 Len Meiselman "Evolution and Intelligent Design"
December 14 Carl George "The Saga of the Canada Geese in Collins Park"
January 11 Rabbi Matthew Cutler, Temple Gates of Heaven
February 8 James Johnson "The Future of Solar Energy"
March 8 Glen McGee, Alden March Bioethics Institute "Challenges of Universal Health Insurance"
April 12 Larry Lewis "A World War II Story"
May 10 Dr. David Liebers, Ellis Hospital Chief of Medicine "Influenza"
October 13 Deborah Onslow ,WMHT "The Future of Public Broadcasting"
November 10 Dr. Timothy Tear "Conservation in an Urbanizing World: What Eastern New York Has to Offer the Rest of the World"
December 8 Warren Redlich "Running for Congress - What was I Thinking? "
January 12 Thomas Constantine "Overseeing Police Reform in Northern Ireland"
February 9 James Kuntsler "Challenges of the Post-Peak Oil World" (tentative title)
March 9 Ed Reilly "75 Years of the Schenectady Torch Club "
April 13 Gene Rowland "The Automobile of the Future"
May 11 Chris Walcek / Braddock Linsley "Global Climate Change - A Debate" [ Guest Night
October 14 Melanie Trimble "The Patriot Act"
November 11 Ray Gillen "Schenectady Metroplex: Present and Future"
December 9 John Brown "Unfinished Science"
January 13 Manuel Aven "Increasing Healthy Life Span"
February 10 Walter Auclair "Where Were the Women? - American female writers in semantics and sociology and their lack of public recognition.
March 10 Mark Baskin "Prospects for Democratic Stability in Iraq"
April 14 Walt Cicha "Rebel With a Cause: Celebrating a Century of Albret Einstein's Nonconformist Humanism"
May 12 Mark Grimm "Media Bias: How to Spot It and What to do About It."
"MRI: The Best Thing Since the X-Ray"
November Dag Reppen "The Northeast Electrical Grid"
December Steven Schmidt "Risks of public Debt"
January Dick Westergard "Weather Forecasting: Then & Now"
February Bill Batt "Moral Reasoning & Social Structures: A Cross-cultural perspective"
March Paul Swartz "Abundant & Cheap Energy Today, But What About Tomorrow?"
April Clifford Brown "Presidential Politics"
May Russ Savage "Psychoanalysis and Communism"
Thomas H. King "The 2nd Amendment: The individual right to keep
and bear arms"
November Larry Lewis "Arsenic in the Environment"
December John Knutson "Primary Causes of Cancer - Counterintuitive Results"
January John Delano "Exobiology - NASA's search for the origin and distribution of life in our galaxy"
February LeRoy Fogle "Saving Our Youth From Gangs"
March David Kaczynski "Abolish the Death Penalty"
April Gerry Hahn "It's A Small World After All"
May Ricki Lewis "Issues in Embryo Research and Cloning"
"The Search for
November Maxine Borom "Charter Schools"
December Phil Kosky "Conformational Protein (Mad Cow) Disease - It Ain't All Bull"
January Harry Ringermacher "Prospects for Interstellar Propulsion"
February Dick Mehan "Why Republicans Have a Southern Accent and Democrats are Liberal"
March Scott Ritter "Endgame: Solving the Iraq Problem Once and For All"
April Mokhtar Maghraoui "Islam in America after 9/11"
May Warren Redlich "Victims of the Drug War"
"Provoking the Innocent:
Controversies in Testing Student Performance"
November Paul Swartz "Children Raised by Wolves"
December Ed Reilly "Politics & Computing: Have We Been Gored or Bushwhacked?"
January Chris Walcek "Global Warming, Global Warning"
February Roger Kambour "GE's Response to the Arab Oil Embargo of the 1970's: Light-weight Auto-Frame Composites"
March Charles Szuberla "Who pays for public education?"
April John Calcagni "Energy Deregulation: What's in store for New York State"
May George Wise "Slouching Toward Armageddon: Why WW I and II happened, why WW III didn't, and when WW IV might."
"After Prison - The Straight Life Feels a Bit Like Heaven"
November Warren Redlich "Trials and Error: A Proposal for Reducing Lawsuits"
December John Brown "What should we do about PCBs?"
January Dr. Paul Lemanski "Lifestyle affects your health and longevity. You can take control."
February Paul Swartz "The Increasing Concentration of Wealth in America"
March Ricki Lewis "The Promise and Uncertainty of Gene Therapy"
April David Golibersuch "A Long Walk North: A Personal Journey to the Geographic North Pole"
May Manfred Jonas "Why the End of the Cold War did not Inaugurate the Millennium"
Judge Michael Eidens
"Plea Bargaining of Serious Crimes - Advantages and Disadvantages"
November Donald White "Hormone Therapies - A Basis for Choice"
December Paul Swartz "The Economic Crisis In SE Asia - Why the Media Doesn't Get It"
January Sabine O'Hara "Urban Development - Production Costs vs Quality of Life"
February Ed Reilly "Cryptography and Privacy"
March Gary Wilson "HMOs - Has Managed Care Killed Marcus Welby?"
April Michael Marcelle "The Changing Role of the School Superintendent"
May Paul Drisgula "So-called Partial Birth Abortion"
"Medical Decisions Revisited"
November Margaret Schadler: "Who Will Feed China?"
December Paul Swartz: "The Party's Over."
January Jack Hickey: "Whither Public Education?"
February Bob Rohr: "Radiation Homesis - Is it Real?"
March Carl George: "Symbols, Symbols, Everywhere. All Along My Journey they Flashed Forth."
April Peter Stewart: "Invaders from Outer Space"
May Charlotte Eyerman: "Controversy and Contemporary Art"
1931 to 1996-1997: See Past Programs
Membership Roster The number after the name is the year in which the member joined. Unless otherwise indicated, all area codes are 518.
Phil Adams 2007 (Jo) Engineer
104 Marson Avenue Scotia, NY 12302 Home: 393-9505 E-Mail: email@example.com
Richard Alben 2004 (Katherine) Physicist (RPI)
1705 Dorwaldt Blvd
NY 12309 Home: 370-1522 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2012 (Sheelagh) Mechanical
4989 Jockey Street Balston Spa, NY 12020 Home: 882-6706 Email: email@example.com
Sheelagh H. Baily 2012 (Fred) Mental Health Administrator
4989 Jockey Street Balston Spa, NY 12020 Home: 882-6706 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Charles A. Becker 2014
(Linda) Physicist (retired from G.E. Global Research) E-mail: email@example.com
1010 Lamplighter Rd Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 393-8410
929 Northumberland Dr. Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 370-2505 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Robert (Bob) G. Briggs 2015 (Terry) Environmental Chemist
5 Azalea Ct. Albany, NY 12205 Home: 482-4009 E-mail: email@example.com
Teresa (Terry) S. Briggs 2015 (Bob) Physician
5 Azalea Ct. Albany, NY 12205 Home: 482-4009 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2165 Apple Tree Lane Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 393-9887Planned Parenthood - retired E-mail: email@example.com
2165 Apple Tree Lane
12309 Home: 393-9887 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim Burns 2009 (Judith) Engineer KAPL (retired)
2139 Morrow Avenue Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 370-5178 E-mail: email@example.com
2004 (joint with Albany Torch and Beltrone Torch)
6 Winners Circle Apt. 261
12206 Home: 380-5046 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dominick A. De Simone 1976 (Rita) Educational Consultant E-mail: email@example.com
1420 Gerling Street Schenectady, NY 12308-1704 Home: 346-1683
Fred Eddy 2012 (Robin) Computer Scientist
1222 Hempstead Road Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 346-1683 E-mail: FredEddy7@gmail.com
Howard D. Eskin 2013 (Mary) Electrical Engineer / Computer Scientist
460 Sweetman Road, Balston Spa, NY 12020 Home: 882-6809 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
1525 Scotch Ridge Schenectady, NY
Home: 339-7462 E-mail: email@example.com
Donald A. Gavin
2011 ( ) Physicist
36 Mallard Dr. Rexford, NY
Home: 333-0041 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
603 Wagner Road Glenville, NY
Fred L. Goodman (Mary Jo) 2003 Attorney Home: 381-6847
886 Cunningham Court Niskayuna, NY
Gerald J. Hahn
2002 (Bea) Statistician GE Global
Research [ inactive ]
1404 Oryln Drive Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 374-0713 Email: email@example.com
Dale E. Hedman 2004 (Shirley) Engineer (retired)
786 Avon Crest Blvd. Niskayuna, NY 12309 377-5502 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
168 Overlook Lane, Duanesburg, NY
Home: 355-9508 E-mail: email@example.com
Douglas S. Kabat (Joanna) 2005 Sociologist
864 Beech Dr Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 275-9942 Email: Douglas.Kabat@gmail.com
E. Karowe 2015 Attorney
813 Londonderry Road Schenectady,NY 12309 Home: 377-8901 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
<> 1511 Peaceable Street Ballston
Spa, NY 12020
Home: 882-6530 E-mail: email@example.com >
Bahram "BK" Keramati 2006 Mechanical Engineer
7 Harvest Drive Scotia, NY 12302 Home: 399-2017 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
7 Harvest Drive Scotia,
Home: 399-2017 E-mail: email@example.com
Robert D. Lillquist 2015 (Patricia ) Physicist
2678 Troy-Schenectady Road Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 783-8296 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
11 Knollwood Drive Scotia,
New York 12302
Richard P. Messmer (Beverly) 2013 E-Mail:
735 Riverview Road Rexford,NY 12148 Home: 399-8154
Jenny C. Overynder 2011
1033 Morgan Avenue Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 372-0632 E-mail: email@example.com
Edwin D. Reilly, Jr.' 76 (Jean) Physicist / Computer Scientist State University of NY at Albany (emeritus)
870 Cunningham Court
Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 393-0950 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
N(orbjorn) D. ("Dag") Reppen 2001 (Grete) Electrical Engineer E-Mail: email@example.com
19 Crimson Oak
Drive Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 374-3132 Home
1054 Main Street Delanson, NY
Harry I. Ringermacher 2000 Physicist (Judith)
19 Beacon Hill Drive
Springs, NY 12866 Home. 581-0773
Rochelle T. Shapiro 2013 (William) Spech Therapist / Special Ed Teacher
2127 Alexis Avenue Schenectady, NY 12309 Home: 393-0611 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Williiam A. Shapiro 2013 (Rochelle) School Psychologist
2127 Alexis Avenue Schenectady, NY 12309 Home: 393-0611 E-mail: email@example.com
Paul C. Sorum 2009 Physician
1189 Lowell Road Schenectady, NY 12308 Home: 374-7144 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitty J. Styles
'74 (Constance) Biologist (retired)
54 Hemlock Drive Clifton Park, NY 12065 Home: 371-7652 Union College (emeritus) E-mail: email@example.com
Charles Szuberla '98 (Marianne) Architect
902 Charles Street Scotia, NY 12302 346-1398 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Verdun Street Watervliet, NY
12189-1221 Home: 272-0318
SUNY at Albany E-mail: email@example.com
A. Emile Walraven '99 (Anne) Engineer - retired
209 Menlo Park Road Niskayuna, NY 12309 Home: 374-4646 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Britt E. Westergard 2012 Hydrologist
58 Campus Club Drive Guilderland, NY 12084 E-mail: email@example.com
Richard J. Westergard 2004 (Heide ) Meteorologist, Shade Tree Meteorology, LLC 2766 Rosendale Road Niskayuna, NY 12309
Home: 374-1783 Work: 441-1034
E-mail: RWestergar@aol.com or Dick.Westergard@shadetreemeteorology.com
1 Nicholas Avenue
Home: 372-2783 Work: 388-6267
italicized if known to be deceased
1931 Charter Members and past Presidents indicated by color
'42-'57, e.g., indicates membership span [ 1938-1953 ], e.g., indicates life span ~ = circa ("about")
-B-Baldwin, George C. '49-'56, '58 Physicist [1905-1985]
-C-Calabria, Frank M. '86 Psychologist
Eddy, Robert Miles 1970-1971 Clergyman
Edelstein, William A. 1991-2007 Physicist [1945-2014 ]
Eldred, Lewis 1958-1966 Mathematician [1886 -1966]
Eldredge, Bruce 1979-1982 Curator
Enslow, H.R. 1931 Political Scientist
Ettington, Martin ~1955 Engineer
-F-Farnsworth, Audrey Educator
-G-Galvez, Matthew J. 1977- 2012 Metallurgist
Haines, Gerald L. 1959-1984 Physician
Hall, Albert H. 1931
Hall, Russell A. 1931 Engineer [1896-1969]
Haller, Theodore H. 2002-02007 Engineer
Ham, Frank S. '72 Physicist [1928-2002]
Hanbridge, W. F. '39 Engineer
Handel, Harvey '58 Educator
Harrell, Clarrence A. 1937-1942 [1924-2002]
Harrington, Charles 1987-1988 Meteorologist
Hawley, John K. 2007-2008
Heidenthal, Gertrude 1981 Biologist [ 1908-1993 ]
Heller, Mark 2003-2004 Physician
Henderson, Loran A. 1965-1971 Chemist [1898-1980]
Henry, George E. 1951-1963 Engineer
Hickey, Jack 1968, 1998 Educator
Hightower, E. Kermitt 1951-1958 Attorney
Hillig, William B. 1963 Chemist
Hinchey, C. E. Educator
Hoagland, Robert S. ~1943~1955 Clergyman [1905-1993]
Hoffman, Elmer O. 1931 Educator Also President [1903 -1976]
Hoffman, Thomas Ripton ~1961 Engineer [1923-2002]
Hoft, Richard G. 1959-1963 Engineer
Hoge, Leo J. 1981-1985 Physician
Horton, John Stephen, 1994
Horwitz, Seymour A. 1958-2004 Physician
Howe, Lee A. Jr. '59 Clergyman [1885 -1964]
Howland, Charles A. 1931 Physician
Hull, Edwin H. '59-'64 Engineer [1902-1964]
Hurwitz, Henry Physicist ~'63 [1918-1992 ]
Isabella, Thomas 2010-2012 Business Developer
-J-Jameson, S. F. 1943 Educator
-K-Kahn, Ernest H. 2007-2015 [1932-2015]
Lakshminarsu, P.M. Engineer (a.k.a. Narsu)
Lambert, Francis L. 1965 (Sangvon) Biologist [1923 -2001 ]
Lancione, Antonio Physician ?-1973
Langsam, Walter Consuelo Historian [1906-1985]
Langworthy, Harry W. Jr. 1948 Educator [1908-1997]
La Rocco, Alexander T. 1982-2009 Educator [1928-2009]
Laufer, William 1959-1962 Physician
LeBaron, Walter A. 1941 Educator [1902-1967]
LeBoeuf, Maurice Bernard 1976 Chemist [1920-2002 ]
Letai, John 1965-1966 Attorney / Sociologist
Levine, Howard A. '73 Attorney
Levoy, Louis G. 1946 Engineer
Lewis, Harry E. 1943 Engineer
Lewis, Larry 1999-2011 Chemist
Ligon, Ernest Mayfield '31 Educator [1897-1984]
Liimatainen, (Toivo) Matthew '73-'04 Electronics Engineeer [1911-2005]
Lingeman, Elisabeth '81 -'83 Educator
Linton, Harry '35 Educator [1895-1954 ] [ Linton High was named for him]
Linville, Thomas M. '46 Engineer [1904-1992]
Lorenz, John G. '44 Librarian [1907-1988]
Lowe, Alfred H. Jr. '87
Lu, Sung-Nien '73 Physician
Luger, Milton L.? '68-'71 Educator [1924-2001]
-M-MacLaury, Michael R. 2006 Chemist
Narsu. See Lakshminarsu, P.M.
Navias, Louis '37-'90 Chemist [1897-1990 ] (Long time Torch Archivist )
Nevius, Peter Ten Eyck '71 Engineer [1920-2012]
Neisuler, Efrem B. '53 Engineer [1906-1976 ]
Nelson, Wendell M. '39-'55 [1915-2009]
Nemser, Rudolf '79-'83 Clergyman [1928-2002]
Nerad, Anthony J. '60 Engineer [1900-1979]
Nixon, James I. '65 Engineer [1901-1982]
Norris, R(ollin) Hosmer '56-'98 Engineer ( Long time Torch Treasurer ) [1906-1998]
Ogonowski, Thaddeus Y. '43 Attorney [1901-1987]
Oliver, David W. '99 Physicist
Overeynder, Jenny C. '97
Oldman, John Jr. '62-'63 Clergyman
Ozarow, Vernon '90 [1920-1997]
Park, Louis L. 1931 Manager [ALCO] Also President
Pashayan, Nishan A. 1938 Physician [ 1875-1949]
Perkins, Gerald N. 1931-1959 Auditor Also President [1891-1974]
Perrino, Anthony R. 1967 Clergyman
Perry, Norman W. 1960 Engineer [1911-1992]
Peters, Philip H. 1993-1997 Engineer
Pfeiffer, Heinz G. 1960-1971 Chemist [1916-1970]
Pillsbury, W. Howard 1931 Educator Also President [1891-1982]
Pitzer, Edgar C. 1974-1983 Chemist [1905-2002]
Plant, Jeremy F. 1977 Educator
Plumley, Harold J. 1975-1983 Physicist [1912-1990]
Podoloff, Samuel 1953-1964 Dentist [1904-1985]
Poersch, Mathias P. 1931 Attorney [1897-1986]
Pollock, Herbert C. 1946 Physicist [1913-2000]
Potter, Clayton J. 1935-1938 Clergyman
Powell, Louie J. Jr. 1974-1980 Engineer
Premerlani, William J. 2008-2012 Computer Scientist
Pulling, R. J. Educator
Putnam, Stanley R. '55-'56 Administrator / Military Officer [1911-1972]
Queern, John B. 1931 Dentist [1897-1988]
-R-Race, Hubert H. 1940 Engineer [1899-1987]
-S-Sager, Virgil J. 1958 Physician [1913-1974]
Taddune, Paul J. 1978-1979
Taylor, John Bellamy Physicist 1936-1963 [ -1963 ]
Taylor, Oscar C. 1942 Chemist & Clergyman [1912-1994]
Thielpape, Theodore H. 1965 Clergyman [1902-1973]
Tischler, Louis P. 1948 -1972 Physician[ 1908-1994 ]
Tonks, Lewi 1962-1966 Physicist [1916-1987]
Traenkle, Herbert L. 1940 Physician [1905-1975]
Treat, Richard L. 1964-1966 Publisher [1919-1996]
Treder, William C. 1937 Physician
Van Auken, Robert A.
1950 Educator [1918-1985]
Van Cott, Harrison ~1950 [1900-1970]
Van der Bogert, Giles 1946 Architect
Vander Grinten, Willem 1965-1981 Physical Chemist
Vlahides, George 1964-?, 1993-2006 Physician [1924-2006]
Vosburg, Beverly L. 1936 Physician [1897-1980]
Walker, Michael S. 2005-2006
Walsh, George W. 1970-1979 Electrical Engineer
Warner, Alfred R. 1931 Physician [1879-1981]
Webster, Harold F. 1984-2011 Physicist
Weingarten, Samuel 1948 Sociologist
Weinrich, Ernest F. 1948 Educator [1905-1967]
Weinrich, John E. ~1962 Economist [1923-1997]
Weinstein, Simon 1994-1904 Physicist
Wemple, William W. 1931 Attorney / D.A. [1908-1994]
Wentorf, Robert H. 1964-1966, -'96 Chemist [1926-1997]
Wilson, Edwin H. 1941 Clergyman [1898-1993]
Winne, William T. 1950 Botanist [1913-1998]
Wise, Aaron M. 1945 Rabbi [1913-1999]
Wise, George 1982-2006 Science Historian
Worthy, Evans A. 1931 Clergyman
Yeater, Max Laverne '54-'57 Physicist
York, James J. 1941 Physician
Zemany, Paul 1981 Chemist