In Memoriam

Condolences are extended to the following individual(s) and/or their families, who will be remembered in our thoughts and prayers:


Sympathy is extended to Sara Bauman on the loss of her father, John Robert Thompson, on May 15. Sara is a grants development specialist for the Department of Biology.

Visitation services will be held from 9 to 11 a.m., Friday, June 3, at Fort Snelling Memorial Chapel in Bloomington, Minnesota. Funeral services will follow at 1 p.m. at Fort Snelling National Cemetery.

Department contact: Tracy Watkins at 977-3910.


Sympathy is extended to Sue DeBarry on the loss of her mother, Mary Edith Smiley, on May 8. Sue is an office manager for Alumni Engagement.

Services were held Friday, May 13.


Sympathy is extended to Annette Adams on the loss of her sister, Dale Barton, on April 29. Annette is a business manager in Shared Services Business and Finance.

The service on May 6, will be private.

Department contact: Fay Ellatif at 977-7513.


Sympathy is extended to Peter Ruminski on the loss of his mother-in-law, Jane M. (Nolan) Kavanaugh, on April 7. Peter is the executive research director of the Center for World Health and Medicine in the Edward A. Doisy Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. 

Visitation and funeral services were held on April 12. 

Department contact: Cyn Wise at 977-9356.



Sympathy is extended to Patricia Pace on the loss of her husband, Kyle F. Pace, on March 4.  Patricia is an administrative assistant in the emergency room. Her daughter is a junior in the SLU School of Nursing. 

Visitation services were held on Tuesday, March 8, and funeral services were held on Wednesday, March 9, at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church.


Sympathy is extended to Timothy M. Caldwell on the loss of his father-in-law, Jim Jay, on Feb. 6. Timothy is a senior research scientist at the Center for World Health and Medicine.

Funeral services were held Feb. 13 in St. Marys, Georgia.

Department contact: Cyn Wise at 977-9356.


Sympathy is extended to Robert E. Fleming, M.D., on the loss of his father, Robert James Fleming, M.D. on Feb. 2. Robert is a professor in the Department of Pediatrics.

Services were held Feb. 12-13 in St. Charles, Missouri.


Items included on the In Memoriam page are provided by the department of human resources. Notifications of death should be submitted to human resources directly. For more information, review the notification of death policy.

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