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In memory    

March 18, 2005
Vol. 29, No. 13

Capitol work
Campus crime drops 3 percent
Parking task force shifts to high gear
Professor named interim law dean
KU Camarasaurus headed for Science City exhibit
Historian of African-Americans is 2005 Langston Hughes professor
Dole Institute to offer free monthly tours of archives
KU employees of the month recognized
KU history Web site adds library collections
Financial aid goes electronic
Academic achievement higher for children in nuclear families
Rockin’ revue
Exercise video wins national award
Librarian’s trust helps preserve area church
Court counsel
Patinkin returns to KU for benefit show
Law seminar to feature Fact Check’s Brooks Jackson
Grant extends reading project
Engineering education
Pizza plans
Alternative Breaks is 11
Welfare scholars program awarded

KU earns spot on honor roll
Presidential presentation

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Rex Grossart

Rex Grossart, 77, Chico, Calif., died Feb. 6. He was an assistant football and track coach at KU in the 1960s. Survivors include his wife, Pat; three sons, Randall, Kyle and Ron; and grandchildren Jenae, Jason, Kelly, Cary and Leah.

Marvin Eugene Henry

Marvin Eugene Henry, 57, died Feb. 25. He worked in the Department of Student Housing from 1967 to 1991. Survivors include his mother, Irene Faye Hamlin Graham, of Lawrence. Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Olive Rita Moses

Services for Olive Rita Moses, 83, died Feb. 23. She had worked as a registered nurse at Watkins Hospital. Survivors include two sons, Edward R. “Woody,” Topeka, and James, Eudora; two daughters, Jessica Harrison, McCloud, Okla., and Nancy Moses, Lawrence.

Inez M. Johnson Norris

Inez M. Johnson Norris, 84, Lawrence, died Feb. 28. Norris was an administrative assistant at KU and retired in 1982. Survivors include a daughter, Gertrude “Trude” Einhellig, Springfield, Mo.; a brother, Roy Johnson, Meridian, Miss.; five grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.

Hugh D. Riordan

Hugh D. Riordan, 72, Wichita, died Jan. 7. He had been a clinical assistant professor in preventive medicine at KU Medical Center. Survivors include his wife, Jan; four sons, Michael, Paris, France; Neil and wife Shirley, Phoenix, Ariz.; Brian, New York, N.Y.; and Quinn and wife Rika, Tokyo, Japan; two daughters, Teresa Chenoweth and husband Richard, Silver Spring, Md.; and Rene Olmstead and husband Don, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and 11 grandchildren.








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