Michael W. Stoner ’63 passed away on April 21, 2020 following a long battle with MDS. Mike graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture degree and served in the US Navy following his graduation from Officer Candidate School. Mike retired as an architect in 2012 in Hagerstown, MD. A celebration of his life will be held at a later date. Please read more about Mike here.
Richard P. Buskell ’65 passed away on April 7, 2020. Dick was instrumental in successfully securing financing for our house at 413 E. Roanoke Street at a time when banks would lend money to undergraduate fraternities! Dick was CEO of Spectrum Development in Vienna, Virginia, responsible for managing all aspects of the firm’s development projects, including property acquisitions, entitlements, legal, accounting, site engineering, and construction. Dick received a B.S. in accounting from Virginia Tech University and a J.D. from the Georgetown University School of Law. He was a Certified Public Accountant and had been admitted to the Virginia Bar. Prior to beginning his career in real estate, Dick was a founding partner at two DC law firms, and was a partner and senior tax accountant at a nationally recognized accounting firm. Given our current public health crisis, the family has not announced plans for a memorial service.
Frederick L. Robinson, II M.D. passed away unexpectedly at his Williamsburg residence on September 16, 2019. Fred practiced family medicine in Newport News for 30 years before retiring. He graduated from Tech in 1966 and was a member of the Hokies swim team and became had coach after graduating. Condolences may be posted from this web site: legacy.com.
Taken at the recent monthly gathering at Sweatwater’s Restaurant in Merrifield. Left to Right: John Funkhouser ’67, Steve Teel ’68, John DeBell ’68, and Ron Temple ’65. Curt Wainwight ’66 joined the group by phone from Ketchum, Idaho.