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In Memory

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Jerry Kenney

Jerry Kenney, 77, passed away on June 25, 2019 of pulmonary fibrosis. A seasoned Wall Street professional and finance expert, Jerry was most recently a senior advisor at BlackRock Inc. He previously served at Merrill Lynch for many years in a range of roles, including as the president and CEO of Merrill Lynch Capital Markets Group from 1984–1991. Jerry is survived by his wife Carol, as well as his two daughters, three brothers and sister.


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Robert Morris

Robert William Morris passed away on May 2, 2019, after a five-year battle with Alzheimer’s Disease. Bob was proud to earn his MBA at Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and believed that it was an important factor in his success as a businessman.


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Henry Bullock

Henry Bullock passed away in July 2019. Henry founded Menlo Equities LLC in 1994 and most recently served as its chairman of the board. His previous work included serving as a managing partner at The Shidler Group and directing the Northern California commercial mortgage banking operations of Security Pacific Corporation. Henry is survived by his daughter Christine Wendell ’17, his son Benjamin Bullock, and his companion Sonia Mitchell, as well as his extended family.


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William Joseph Hickey

William Joseph Hickey died on May 23, 2019. During his long career, he held both faculty and administrative positions in public health at local institutions. From 1973 to 2002, he first served at the University of Pennsylvania as the assistant VP for health affairs, then at Osteopathic Medical Center as VP for administrative affairs. Next, he served at Allegheny University of the Health Services as associate provost and at MCP Hahnemann University as associate provost. Throughout his working life, Bill was primarily a family man. Spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren was, in truth, the greatest joy of his life.


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Markus Jaeger

Markus Jaeger passed away recently in his home city of Basel, Switzerland. Mark had great intellect, judgment, tact, positivity and humor. He succeeded with class and ease throughout a career in architecture, real estate, finance and consulting. Those who worked with him learned from him. He will be sorely missed by his wife, Christa, their four children and two grandchildren, and his many friends.

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