64, died Dec. 25 in Findlay. A philosophy professor specializing in business ethics, he joined the University in 1983 and began teaching full time in 1988.
Memorials may be made to the James W. Child Memorial Fund in care of the BGSU Foundation Inc.
90, died Dec. 27 in Pemberville. She was a cook in dining services for 15 years before retiring in 1982.
87, a professor emeritus of health and physical education, died Dec. 30 in Bowling Green. From 1955, when he came to BGSU, until the late 1960s, Keefe was the University’s tennis coach, leading the Falcons to the 1964 Mid-American Conference title. After his retirement in 1978, the BGSU tennis courts were renamed in his honor. Also the founder of the campus curling club, Keefe was inducted into the BGSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997.
January 9, 2006