William I. Miskoe (Engr ’36 L/M) of Cleveland died March 2, 2014. He began his career as a sales engineer for the Lincoln Electric Co., a manufacturer of arc welding equipment and supplies in Illinois. In 1940, he moved with his family to Sydney, Australia, where he managed a small factory that Lincoln owned there. He lived in Australia for 28 years, growing the business from 20 employees to more than 150, and when he returned to Cleveland, he became the company’s vice president of international operations. Mr. Miskoe retired in 1994 and spent his time traveling, golfing, fishing and making critical but accurate comments on the world around him. Survivors include two sons, two grandchildren, two great-grandsons and a sister.
H. Cabell Maddux Jr. (Col ’39 L/M) of McLean, Va., died April 15, 2014. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. At the University, he played football and was a member of T.I.L.K.A. and the Fraternity of Delta Psi (St. Anthony Hall). Mr. Maddux was a hotel owner and operator who read voraciously, played tennis and collected stamps and coins. Survivors include a son, H. Cabell Maddux III (Col ’73 L/M); and four grandsons, including Edward Bradley Miller (Com ’97, ’04 L/M).