Jan. 18-24, 2002
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Hospital cancels employee raises
Legislators offer capital projects funding blueprint
U.Va. leads state in CVC giving for 10th year

Dr. Kesler, force behind the CMC, retires after 27 years

U.Va. building Japanese partnerships
TTI fellowship deadline Feb. 15
Hot Links -- free software training
U.Va. cleans up at CASE
Notable -- awards and achievements off faculty and staff
In Memoriam
University to honor King on Jan. 22
Community service added to leave policy
Firefighters were key in America’s founding

Thomas Edward “Ted” Davenport, 73, of Charlottesville, died Nov. 26. He had been the director of the Virginia Student Aid Foundation from 1958 until 1992, when he was implicated in a loan scandal — though he was later exonerated. He later returned to fund raising in support of the Cavalier baseball team, which he coached from 1959 to 1961. He became director of the Birdwood Golf Course, of which he also had been a strong supporter.

Charlie Mason Davis, 76, of Charlottesville, died Nov. 27. He was retired from the Medical Center Computing Department. He had also been a volunteer at the Medical Center and an usher for the athletic department for nearly 50 years.


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