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In Memoriam

In Memoriam

In Memoriam: Patricia B. Kricos, PhD

Patricia (Pat) B. Kricos, PhD, 71, from Sarasota, Florida, passed away on July 5, 2019. Pat was a nationally and internationally respected scholar and educational leader, who was loved by all who knew her, particularly her colleagues and students. She served on the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Audiology from 2007–2012 and was its president from 2010–2011.

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In Memoriam: Jennifer (Dempsey) Wallberg, AuD

It is with great sadness that we announce the loss of Academy Fellow Jennifer Wallberg, AuD.  She passed away peacefully at The Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain on Saturday, May 18, 2019, after a short but brave struggle against pancreatic cancer.

A founding member of the Connecticut Academy of Audiology,  Dr. Wallberg  owned two private practices and effectively balanced her work life between the two offices, continuing her commitment to her patients’ well-being. 

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In Memoriam: Frederick N. Martin, PhD

Lillie Hage Jamail Centennial Professor Emeritus in Communication Sciences and Disorders University of Texas at Austin

July 24, 1931–November 8, 2018

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In Memoriam: Frank L. Brister, PhD

Dr. Frank L. Brister, PhD, passed away on Monday, October 8, 2018, in Nacogdoches, Texas. He was born on April 7, 1937, in Tupelo, Mississippi.

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In Memoriam: Gerald Studebaker, PhD

Gerald Arthur Studebaker, age 86, died in Memphis, Tennessee, on September 2, 2018. “Jerry” was born July 22, 1932, in Freeport, Illinois. He graduated from Freeport High School and then attended Illinois State Normal University where he received his bachelor’s degree in education of the deaf in 1955. He then attended graduate school at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, where he received his master’s degree in 1956 and his PhD in 1960, both in audiology.

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In Memoriam: Claire Penn

Professor Emeritus Claire Penn passed away peacefully on July 21, 2018, after a long illness. Claire dedicated a significant portion of her life to the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) in South Africa, having worked here for 44 years. She first enrolled as a logopaedics (speech and hearing therapy) student in 1969.

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In Memoriam: Geary A. McCandless (1930–2017)

Audiology lost an illustrious leader with the passing of Geary A. McCandless on January 4, 2017. A prolific contributor, Dr. McCandless published more than 90 articles and 40 book chapters, and presented hundreds of invited lectures. Dr. McCandless was interested and knowledgeable in a broad variety of topics related to hearing, auditory neurosciences, and beyond.

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In Memoriam: Earl Harford, PhD

Earl Harford, PhD, a pioneer in our profession and one of the early advocates for the audiologist's role in the dispensing of hearing aids, died on September 24, 2016, at his home in Tucson, Arizona, at the age of 86.

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In Memoriam—Noel Matkin, PhD

The American Academy of Audiology was saddened to learn that Noel Matkin, PhD, passed away July 4, 2016, at the age of 84. Noel was scientist, teacher, leader, and mentor to many in the profession. Dr. Matkin advanced the discipline of pediatric audiology to new heights, and he was very active in the early days of the Academy, serving on the Board of Representatives (1991-1994) and co-chairing (along with Dr.

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Prince’s Philanthropic Side

To many Minnesotans, Prince Rogers Nelson was a larger-than-life character who transformed Minnesota’s music scene in the early 1980s with his provocative, charismatic, and engaging style. His magnum opus, “Purple Rain,” dominated the album charts for nearly one-half of 1984, and the movie opened at #1 when it opened in July 1984. He was definitely at the top of his game when he came to Washington, DC, in the fall that year, where he performed seven sold-out shows at Landover’s Capital Centre over a two-week time period.

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