Notices sorted by graduation date.

Zebulon M. P. Inge Jr. (Col ’71 L/M) of Mobile, Alabama, died July 13, 2018. At UVA, he was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, Corks & Curls, and the judiciary committee. After earning degrees from the University of Alabama and New York University schools of law, he returned to Mobile, where he joined Vickers, Riis, Murray & Curran. He practiced there for his entire career and was a shareholder. Mr. Inge served for many years as a trustee of the Julius T. Wright School for Girls and one year as chairman of the board, where he was instrumental in the merger with another school, UMS. He then served as a trustee of UMS-Wright Preparatory School. He served at various times as director of the Exploreum, the Country Club of Mobile and the Mobile Opera. Affectionately known as “Big Zeb” to his grandchildren, he loved history, music, books and all things Mobile. He enjoyed spending summers at Point Clear, Alabama, and was a competitive sailor. Mr. Inge was an avid golfer and enjoyed both the game and the camaraderie. He was a connoisseur of good food, its culture and history. He was known for his great cooking, his storytelling, and his keen wit and sense of humor. Survivors include two brothers, a sister, three children, a stepdaughter and six grandchildren.


George Edward “Ned” Case III (Col ’76) of Atlanta, Georgia, died April 15, 2018. At UVA, where he graduated with honors, he was a member of Phi Delta Theta. He went on to earn his MBA from the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business. A hardworking and skilled businessman, Mr. Case built his career with finance leadership positions at Delta Color, Inc., and Bank of America and its predecessor companies. He spent 18 years as the managing director and chief operating officer of GMT Capital Corp. Devoted to the educational opportunities of young people, Mr. Case was a board member of the KIPP Schools and of the Center for Christian Study at UVA. He was a founding board member and treasurer of the Southeastern Hedge Fund Association. For more than 20 years, he “aimed at nothing and seldom missed” with men of The Breakfast Club. Survivors include his wife Betty Fuller Case (Educ ’76 L/M); two children; two grandchildren; his mother; and two siblings, Randy Case (Engr ’79) and Rob Case (Col ’82 L/M).


H. Blair Marsteller (Col ’77, Med ’81, Res ’87 L/M) of Williamsburg, Virginia, died July 17, 2018. At UVA, he was a member of Delta Psi fraternity (St. Anthony Hall), the IMP society, the Raven Society, T.I.L.K.A. and the honor committee. He lived on the Lawn and was a resident adviser.  After completing his training at UVA, Dr. Marsteller practiced as a neurologist and neurophysiologist at Riverside Hospital in Newport News, Virginia. He founded the first ALS clinic in Virginia and served as president of the Virginia Neurological Society. Dr. Marsteller was a gentleman—a man of honor and integrity, committed to improving the world around him. He and his wife spent 35 loving years traveling and photographing the world. A lifelong history student, he supported Colonial Williamsburg and belonged to the Order of Descendants of Ancient Planters and the Jamestown Society.  While he was an avid gardener and reader, he was happiest surrounded by his family. Survivors include his wife, Luisa Portal Marsteller (Med ’81, Res ’86, Fel ’87); a daughter, Elena Marsteller (Col ’11); and a son, V. Blair Marsteller (Col ’09, Law ’12).