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Thomas S. Fiske Society Members

 

Members of the Thomas S. Fiske Society uphold the future of mathematics by including the American Mathematical Society in their estate plans. The following Fiske Society members have created a personal legacy in support of the mathematical sciences by naming the AMS in their will, retirement plan, or other gift planning vehicle. We are thankful for their thoughtful dedication.

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Walter Augenstein
Richard A. Baum
Shirley and Gerald Bergum
Robert L. Bryant
Shirley Cashwell
Robert J. Daverman
Peter L. Duren
Ramesh A. Gangolli

Rosalind J. Guaraldo
Robert T. Kocembo
Carole B. Lacampagne
Yanguang Charles Li
Zhaorong Liu
Joseph S. Mamelak
Cathleen S. Morawetz
Charles E. Parker II
Moshe Rosenfeld

Margaret W. Taft
B. A. and M. Lynn Taylor
Eugene Toll
Edmond and Nancy Tomastik
Jean-Eudes Villeneuve
Steven H. Weintraub
James V. Whittaker
Susan Schwartz Wildstrom

Rachel Blodgett Adams
Alfred Aeppli
Kathleen Baxter
Barbara Beechler
Israel Berstein
Ernest William Brown
Richard M. Cohn
Levi L. Conant
Edward Davis
Carl Faith
Ky and Yu-Fen Fan
Isidore Fleischer
Sidney Glusman
Robert Henderson
Geneva Barrett Hutchinson

Solomon A. Joffe
Rada G. Laha
Ralph Mansfield
Trevor J. McMinn
Helen Abbot Merrill
Josephine M. Mitchell
    and Lowell I. Schoenfeld
Kiiti Morita
Charles C. Morris
Sidney Neuman
Carroll Vincent Newsom
Christos D. Papakyriakopolous
Mary K. Peabody
Franklin P. Peterson

 

Marion Reilly
James G. Renno, Jr.
Joseph Fels Ritt
T. Benny Rushing
Theda and William
     Salkind
Arthur Sard
Henry Schaerf
Maynard Shelley
Leroy P. Steele
Waldemar J. and Barbara
    Trjitzinsky
Sally Whiteman
James K. Whittemore

 

Italics indicates deceased


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