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Health premiums to go up $1 to $9
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Study of captives in early Hispanic America shows varied treatment

Institute seeks to foster religious exchange and understanding

Poet-editors coming to Grounds Oct. 25
Rehnquist to give keynote address at law conference
Students help build public policy
Library exhibit explores music in American life
In Memoriam
Hot Links -- Safety and Security
Ghanaian drummer brings his beat to U.Va.
After Hours -- Cook blends artistic roots with scholarly pursuits

Dr. Robert M. Berne, 83, died Oct. 4, at his home in Charlottesville. Berne joined the U.Va. faculty as Charles Slaughter Professor of Physiology in 1966. The Robert M. Berne Professorship in Cardiovascular Research, funded by anonymous donors and royalties from a patent on Berne’s research, was established in 1992. He was also a member of the Raven Society, Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha.

There will be a memorial service at the University Chapel at noon Oct. 21. Donations may be made to the Robert M. Berne Educational Fund, CVRC University of Virginia, 409 Lane Road, MR-4 Building, Room 6051, Charlottesville, 22908.

Marianne Cropper Rains died Sept. 9. She had worked as secretary to the Dean of Students in the 1970s.

Dr. Richard Alan Prindle, 75, died Sept. 11, in Charlottesville. In 1987 he joined the Department of Internal Medicine of the U.Va. School of Medicine fulltime, serving as medical director of Occupational Health. He retired in 1989.

Olivette Percival Hasty, 76, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 12. She had retired from the Medical Center after 25 years of service, but continued to work there part-time after her retirement.

Gladys E. Deters, 67, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 17. She had been an assistant professor of nursing at the University from 1974 to 1996.

Robert R. Wagner, 78, died Sept. 15, in Charlottesville. Wagner was chair of the Department of Microbiology at U.Va. from 1967 to 1994 and director of the Cancer Center from 1983 to 1993.

Marion Douglas Brown, 72, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 16. She had been a Licensed Practical Nurse at both the Medical Center.

Lila “Vickie” Wilson Burke, 75, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 20. Burke had retired from the clinical laboratory at the Medical Center.

Lewis Landon “Dutch” Leake, 74, a lifelong resident of Albemarle County, died Sept. 25. He was a retired superintendent of maintenance for the University’s Department of Buildings and Grounds, with 38 years of service.

Cynthia Shields Miller, 81, of the Colonnades in Charlottesville, died Sept. 28. She was a secretary at the University for 28 years before her retirement.

Robert Thomas Barbee, 80, of Charlottesville, died Sept. 29. He was an artist and for more than 30 years a teacher of drawing and painting in the U.Va. Art Department.

Anne E. Brugh, 77, of North Brunswick, N.J. died Oct. 3. She had been a librarian at the University.


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