James Bernard Lingwall
James Bernard Lingwall, 69, of Austin, Texas, died June 2 in Austin.
Lingwall became a professor, director of the Speech and Hearing Clinic and head
of the Division of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at KU in 1966 and
left in 1981.
He is survived by his wife, Maxine Tubbs, of the home; a son, Andrew Lingwall,
Clarion, Pa.; two daughters, Nancy Lingwall Espinosa and Mary Lingwall, both
of Lawrence; a stepson, Douglas Campbell, Mission Hills; a stepdaughter, Ann
Campbell Flannery, Narberth, Pa.; four grandchildren; and eight step-grandchildren.
His first wife, Beverly Lingwall, lives in Lawrence.
The family suggests memorials to the Society for Progressive Supranuclear Palsy,
11350 McCormick Road, Suite 906, Hunt Valley, MD 21031 or online at www.psp.org,
or to a nonprofit organization of the donor’s choice.
Mary Zoe Laughlin
Mary Zoe Laughlin, 83, Baldwin, died June 11 at Cornerstone Hospital
in Austin, Texas.
She had worked as a registered dietitian at KU. Survivors include two
daughters, Tina Gorup, Temple, Texas, and Melissa Dardis, Phoenix; and
The family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association, sent
in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home in Lawrence.
Doris Marjorie Fisher
Doris Marjorie Fisher, 73, Lawrence, died June 28 in Lawrence.
She worked in the KU Parking Department for 15 years. Survivors include
two sons, Kevin Eugene Lawrence, Springdale, and Keith Allan Lawrence,
Pleasantville, Iowa; and a daughter, Sheryl Ann Crawford, Oskaloosa.
The family suggests memorials to the KU Medical Center or Gideon’s
Bible Society, sent in care of the Barnett Funeral Home, P.O. Box 416,
Oskaloosa, KS 66066.
Mildred L. Watson
Mildred L. Watson, a retired juvenile-court judge in Kansas City, Mo.,
died July 1 in Florissant, Mo. She was 82.
She had been an associate professor of social work at KU from 1963 through
1976 and was appointed the first female commissioner of the juvenile
division of the Jackson County Circuit Court in 1984.
John Henry Wigington
John Henry Wigington, 73, died July 7 at his home in Lawrence.
He was director of the testing center in the University Counseling Center
from 1980 to 1992, when he retired.
Survivors include his wife, Virginia; a son, John Robert, Baldwin; two
daughters, Leslie Wigington, Colorado Springs, Colo., and Lisa Miller,
Rockton, Ill.; two brothers; a sister; four grandchildren; and two stepgrandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Heart of America Hospice or the Oncology Center
of Lawrence Memorial Hospital, sent in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home