’62 Richard h. ward, MD, 78, died
June 2, 2015, at Brewster Village in
appleton, wis. following a lengthy
illness. Dr. ward served on the
university of wisconsin Medical school
faculty prior to being drafted into the
united states army Medical Corps,
where he served as chief head and
neck surgeon at tua hua and long
Binh in Vietnam in 1969. he established
fox Valley surgical associates
in appleton, where he practiced
otolaryngology until his retirement
due to health problems in 1994.
’65 Richard Snyder Traul, MD, 74,
died June 30, 2015, in Bellefontaine.
Dr. snyder served his country as a
major in the u.s. army Medical Corps
stationed in stuttgart, Germany, before
returning to the united states in 1971.
he began working in Kalamazoo, Mich.,
where he practiced anesthesiology
with Kalamazoo anesthesiology pC
for 23 years.
’65 w. Donald webb, MD, 79, died July
13, 2015. Dr. webb, who served in the
united states air force and attended
Yale university school of Chinese
language before attending the College,
served as an emergency room doctor for
the toledo hospital for over 30 years.
’75 william Campbell Little, MD,
65, died July 9, 2015. among many
professional activities, he was chair of the
american Board of internal Medicine’s
subspecialty Board on Cardiovascular
Diseases. Dr. little enjoyed an active
lifestyle in Madison, wis., that included
cross-country skiing, fishing, biking,
walking, and enjoying the company of
his wife, children, and grandchildren.
’81 Joan Lowder wilson Kidd, MD, 58,
died June 30, 2015. Dr. Kidd and her family
moved from her hometown of Berea, ohio,
to florida in 1989. she was a caring and
dedicated physician for over 25 years and
spent the majority of her career working
with physician associates of florida.
’93 Franklin A. Michota, Jr., 48, died
June 6, 2015. he had a distinguished
career at the Cleveland Clinic in
Cleveland, ohio. he was the second
youngest physician to be appointed
to full staff privileges. he initiated the
hospitalist section of internal Medicine,
and was one of only three such
physicians in the country, serving on
the national group board. the last few
years he was the Director of Medical
education for the Cleveland Clinic
Medical school and gained numerous
awards for his teaching abilities.
Res grad A. John Anlyan, MD, 94,
died april 1, 2015. the son of armenian
parents, Dr. anlyan emigrated from egypt
to the united states in 1939 and attended
Yale university as both an undergraduate
and medical student before his residency
at the College. while a medical officer
in the u.s. navy, Dr. anlyan launched
what was to be a long and successful
san francisco-based surgical practice,
specializing in the treatment of cancer.