Notices sorted by graduation date.
N. Thomas Baggett (Col ’00) of St. Louis died July 23, 2011. After graduation, he moved to St. Louis, where he established a tutoring service in math and science. Survivors include his father, Greenfield M. Baggett Jr. (Col ’66 L/M).
Denise P. Huffman (Arch ’02) of Charlottesville died July 21, 2011. Due to her love for old buildings, she went to South Africa to continue her studies and work. She was also a volunteer for the Wildlife Center of Virginia in Waynesboro, Va., fostering sick and injured animals.
Kristi Pulcini (Nurs ’03) of Earlysville, Va., died Sept. 18, 2011. She was a dialysis nurse for several years and was employed by PRA International.
Laura M. Hough (Col ’06) of Colorado Springs died Sept. 5, 2011. At the University, she was a member of the Ballroom Dance Club. She practiced law in Virginia and the District of Columbia, and was employed by the firm Nixon Peabody in D.C.
Joel J. Hartman (Engr ’07) of Newport News, Va., died Sept. 27, 2011. Mr. Hartman started his career as a civil engineer at Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding in Newport News, Va., working on aircraft carriers, and later transitioning to his engineering role with ATK Space, a sub-contractor of NASA, at Langley Air Force Base. He received many awards while working on the latest space shuttle project.
Thuyen Doan (Col ’09) of Williamsburg died Sept. 4, 2011. At the University, she was a member of the Asian Student Union. After graduation, she was a professional poker player in Los Angeles.
Shannon Powers (Grad ’09) of Ewing, N.J., died Aug. 2, 2011. She had been recently employed by MedErgy as a medical writer.
Jane Rotch “Joy” Boissevain (Grad ’10) of Esmont, Va., died Oct. 5, 2011. She began her professional career at Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I., teaching French and coaching sports. She later volunteered at Youth for Understanding and worked for Amideast in Washington, D.C. Ms. Boissevain began her career at U.Va. at the Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service in 1990. She worked there for four years. In 1994, she moved to the Center for the Study of Mind and Human Interaction. There, she administered the center and edited its journal from 1994 until 2003. In 2003, she joined the Center for Global Health, where she served as the associate director. Ms. Boissevain was recently recognized for 20 years of service to the University with the Leonard W. Sandridge Outstanding Contribution Award.