William t. H. Youngren '53

The Class of 1953 lost perhaps its most intellectually and artistically gifted member when Bill Youngren died suddenly just after Thanksgiving.  For seven years he had lived with a never-diagnosed neurological disorder that affected his speech and balance, but until six months or so ago, he was still reading, listening to music, and writing music reviews.

William t. H. Youngren '53

The Class of 1953 lost perhaps its most intellectually and artistically gifted member when Bill Youngren died suddenly just after Thanksgiving.  For seven years he had lived with a never-diagnosed neurological disorder that affected his speech and balance, but until six months or so ago, he was still reading, listening to music, and writing music reviews.

William t. H. Youngren '53

The Class of 1953 lost perhaps its most intellectually and artistically gifted member when Bill Youngren died suddenly just after Thanksgiving.  For seven years he had lived with a never-diagnosed neurological disorder that affected his speech and balance, but until six months or so ago, he was still reading, listening to music, and writing music reviews.