Kirsten Hardiman '91

Our classmate, Kirsten Elizabeth Hardiman, was lost in a car accident on June 26, 2002. She graduated Cum Laude from Amherst and received her Ph. D. in Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999. She worked in London for the past three years for the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. She was married one year and three days prior to the accident to Carl Redon.

Tucker Collins '75

Submitted by John I. Williams

Tucker Collins passed away in Cohasset, Massachusetts on June 8, 2007, six months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.  Tucker is survived by his wife - Mary Whitley - to whom he was married for 22 years, and his daughter – Caroline - age 14. 

Kirsten Hardiman '91

Our classmate, Kirsten Elizabeth Hardiman, was lost in a car accident on June 26, 2002. She graduated Cum Laude from Amherst and received her Ph. D. in Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999. She worked in London for the past three years for the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. She was married one year and three days prior to the accident to Carl Redon.

Tucker Collins '75

Submitted by John I. Williams

Tucker Collins passed away in Cohasset, Massachusetts on June 8, 2007, six months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.  Tucker is survived by his wife - Mary Whitley - to whom he was married for 22 years, and his daughter – Caroline - age 14. 

Tucker Collins '75

Submitted by John I. Williams

Tucker Collins passed away in Cohasset, Massachusetts on June 8, 2007, six months after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.  Tucker is survived by his wife - Mary Whitley - to whom he was married for 22 years, and his daughter – Caroline - age 14. 

Kirsten Hardiman '91

Our classmate, Kirsten Elizabeth Hardiman, was lost in a car accident on June 26, 2002. She graduated Cum Laude from Amherst and received her Ph. D. in Biology from the University of Michigan in 1999. She worked in London for the past three years for the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. She was married one year and three days prior to the accident to Carl Redon.

In Memory

These pages are dedicated to the deceased Classmates of the Class of '63, our fallen comrades.   On each page can be found (when available) information from the Olio 1963, contact information for spouse or nearest relative, and memorial material including reference to an Obituary, Amherst College In Memory Notice, Letters from the 20th and 25th Reunion Books, and Memories from classmates, family and friends. 

In Memory

These pages are dedicated to the deceased Classmates of the Class of '63, our fallen comrades.   On each page can be found (when available) information from the Olio 1963, contact information for spouse or nearest relative, and memorial material including reference to an Obituary, Amherst College In Memory Notice, Letters from the 20th and 25th Reunion Books, and Memories from classmates, family and friends. 

The Pioneer

By Emily Gold Boutilier

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Donald S. Pitkin, who introduced anthropology to the Amherst curriculum, died on May 11 at his home in Amherst. He was 90.

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