IN MEMORIAM Elta (Wilbur) Duguid Lindsay H. McAlister T. Scott Chalmers A. Patricia (Anderson) Campbell Dorothy J. (Thompson) Loucks Leonard M. McCully William McLaggan Mortimer L. Bernstein Daniel M. Lund Walter A. MacDonald Donald Alexander Cameron Lloyd W. Crandall Harold D. Kingston Jean (Murray) Robinson Nathan Rubin Joan McNutt Donald Fraser Goss Keith H. Chappell Elizabeth (Moore) Armour George W. Felszegi Hazen F. Smith Kent Tingley Wayne H. Berridge Donald P. McNab Arthur G. Drysdale Terry R McInnis David Charles Hannah Judith (Monteith) Betts Bruno Bobak Elaine (Balsor) Jean Hugh McFarlane Dorothy (Domville) Snodgrass William Windeler 1932 1938 1946 1947 1948 1948 1948 1949 1949 1949 1950 1950 1952 1952 1952 1953 1954 1955 1957 1957 1960 1961 1963 1972 1984 1984 1985 1999 Friend Friend Friend Friend Friend 1938 he served in the RCAF, 194045 as a radar technician. He earned an engineering certificate at Mount Allison in 1949 and graduated as an electrical engineer from Nova Scotia Technical College in 1950. On joining Northern Electric in Belleville, ON he participated in building radar stations across northern Ontario and Quebec. He returned to the Maritimes in the 1960s, joining New Brunswick Power where he worked in its communications department until retirement in 1986. Upon coming back to Sackville he entered into a new career as benefactor for the preservation of historic buildings, role-playing Mr. Boultenhouse at the opening of the Boultenhouse Museum and sharing his vision of a busy port across the marshland where schooners had once sailed and been built. Arthur Drysdale (’84) Submitted by Wendy (Brewer) Desjardins (’84) and Lea (Roberts) Bryden (’82) Art Drysdale lived big, loved all, and celebrated often. If you were lucky enough to attend MtA in the early ‘80s, you likely knew Art Drysdale. Art could entertain anywhere at a moment’s notice with his guitar never far away for an impromptu sing song. The legacy Art established at MtA followed him throughout his life as a swim coach, civil servant, friend, and host. Be it on a pool deck, at one of his famous kitchen parties, or at international trade shows, Art valued his friendships from all walks of life and corners of the earth. Nowhere was Art happier than at his beloved property in Wallace. In the years since leaving MtA, Art hosted friends from all over the globe for the now famous Wallace Weekend. Surrounded by those he loved and playing the music that defined his Nova Scotia roots; this was Art Drysdale in his glory. Laing Ferguson — professor emeritus, geology Submitted by Ken Adams, William Hamilton, Fraser Patterson and Roland Wright, Class of ’73 (geology) Dr. Laing Ferguson passed away on December 25, 2013. For those of us who were his students, and who became his friends, this is an immeasurable loss. Laing shaped how we looked at the world around us, imbuing us with his love of geology and his passion for fossils, and ensuring that all of our intellectual endeavours were conducted with the necessary rigour. Laing’s accomplishments are far too numerous for this short tribute, but notably include a role in having the Joggins Fossil Cliffs designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the establishment of the Canadian National Section of Amnesty International, of which he was the second President. For his students, he represented the best Mount Allison had to offer. In the words of Shakespeare: “He was a man - take him for all in all, (we) shall not look upon his like again.” We extend our sincere condolences to his wife Joyce and family. The In Memoriam list is compiled from information sent to University Advancement October 16, 2013 to December 31, 2013. The alumni office receives official obituaries for our database records. Please feel welcome to also submit personal memories/tributes of departed Allisonians you have known and loved, and we will be happy to print short versions in the Record and longer versions online. The Record does not print obituaries. ( William H. Barton – Honorary Degree Shirley E. Anderson Former staff Laing Ferguson Former faculty Daniel Morton Lund (’49) Submitted by Kenneth Lund (’51) Daniel Morton Lund died of a stroke at his home in Sackville, N.B. on Nov. 9, 2013 in his 93rd year. After graduating from Sackville High School in 30 / Winter 2014 / RECORD