Notices sorted by graduation date.

Eric E. Vickers (Law ’81) of St. Louis died April 13, 2018. After a short time at the firm Bryan Cave, he co-founded Vickers, Moore and Wiest in 1983. His caseload consisted primarily of civil rights cases, and he helped shut down Interstate 70 with the Rev. Al Sharpton to protest the lack of minority workers on highway projects in 1990. From 2000 to 2002, he served as founding president of the Coalition for North St. Louis Economic Development. In 2008, he was a founding partner of Eric E. Vickers and Associates. Survivors include his son, his daughter, three grandchildren, his father, his sister and his brother.


Nancy J. McGlynn (Col ’83 L/M) of Oakton, Virginia, died May 2, 2018. At UVA, she served as senior resident assistant and chair of the RA appraisal board, and she was a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority. She worked for WUVA as a student newscaster and was an enthusiastic supporter of and fundraiser for the UVA Alumni Association. Ms. McGlynn went on to earn her law degree from George Washington University, where she was notes editor of the law review. She clerked for John H. Pratt and interned for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee as well as for Kenneth Starr. Although she worked for several firms, she spent most of her career in corporate law in the Washington, D.C., offices of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom. She rose to the position of counsel, specializing in complex transactions in mergers and acquisition. She was passionate about the law and worked hard, but she also enjoyed being outdoors and meeting new people. She had many friends and a wonderful sense of humor. Survivors include her daughter, Erin C. Bennett (Col ’17); her brother, William J. McGlynn, Jr. (Col ’76 L/M); and a sister, Marianne J. McGlynn (Col ’74).