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Harm Schlomer, '33, died July 9. He worked for insurance agencies and was a professor of German. Harm is survived by his wife, six children, and other family. Dan Webster, '39, died May 31. Dan served in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps and earned a Ph.D. from Rice University. He enjoyed a 40-year career as a professor of biology at Jamestown College, and then Hanover College; he specialized in the field study of birds and mammals. Dan is survived by his wife, three children, sister, Mary Ellen (Webster) Hanks, '53, niece Constance (Webster) Anderson, '82, grandnieces Pamela Anderson, '10, and Ginny Anderson, '11, and other family.


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