DANIEL JACOB WEINTRAUB
died on November 7, 2001 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Dan came to Dartmouth from
Toms River High School in New Jersey. Dan was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
He served in the Navy as a pilot and flight instructor. Dan received his
doctorate in psychology from the University of Illinois in 1962 and then became
a member of the faculty at the University of Michigan as a Professor of
Psychology until his retirement in 1995. He researched perception, vision and
human performance for NASA and the Navy. Dan is survived by his wife, Doris, and
his son, Earl Weintraub, and his daughter, Jill Newton.
JAMES CALVIN WYGANT
died on August 7, 2001 in Marlboro, New York after a fifteen year struggle
with emphysema. Cal entered Dartmouth from Marlboro Central High School. After
graduation, he returned to Marlboro to manage the family farm. After retiring
from the farm, he spent his time researching the history of Marlboro, serving as
President of the Historical Society. He is survived by his children, Amy Agnew,
Polly Goldcamp and George Wygant.
A. GIFFORD WIGGLESWORTH, JR.
died on November 16, 2001 in Naples, Florida. He came to Dartmouth from
Belmont Hill in Marblehead, Massachusetts. Giff left Dartmouth early and after
graduating from the Babson College, he joined the family business, Wigglesworth
Machinery Co., serving as president. Giff served in the Marine Corps. He was a
member of Tedesco and Royal Poinciana Country Clubs and the Marblehead Yacht
Club. Giff is survived by his children, Nancy Dugan, Sally Cioffi, Giff
Wigglesworth, III and John Wigglesworth.