Notices sorted by graduation date.

Mark Hertzog (Grad ’91, ’93), of Pinehurst, North Carolina, died April 23, 2018. He taught political science and public policy courses at colleges and universities including UVA, Washington College and George Mason University. He wrote The Lavender Vote, the first full-length study of the political attitudes and voting behavior of members of the U.S. LGBTQ community. In 2003, he opened Hertzog Research, a company based near the Research Triangle of North Carolina. He earned his law degree from the University of Arizona in 2011.


C. Mark Davis (Engr ’99) of Yorktown, Virginia, died March 9, 2018. After graduation, he began an 18-plus-year career at Newport News Shipbuilding. He was a nuclear test engineer and a member of the Nautilus Society, primarily working in the aircraft carrier testing program. Survivors include his wife, Sophie Ostrovsky Davis (Col ’98 L/M); two sons; his parents; a brother; and a nephew.