Notices sorted by graduation date.

Mark L. Boyenga (Col ’90 L/M) of Antwerp, Belgium,  died Nov. 21, 2008. In 1992,
  Mr. Boyenga moved to Germany and, in 1994, to Antwerp, where he established a company serving the maritime industry and was its managing director for the next 14 years.

John M. Crafaik III (Col ’93 L/M) of Charlottesville died Dec. 13, 2008. In 1994, he founded Michael’s Bistro and Tap House on the University Corner. Mr. Crafaik was very interested in politics and participated in a group that gathered regularly to discuss political issues. He was active in the local Republican Party and, in 1996 and 1998, ran for City Council.  Survivors include his parents, John M. Crafaik Jr. (Col ’67 L/M) and Kathryn A. Neeley (Grad ’79, ’89).

Loran Cannon Deberry (Law ’95) of Fort Worth, Texas,  died June 13, 2008. Mr. Deberry taught government and economics for the Dallas Independent School District.

Celeste Rhodes (Grad ’96) of Murrysville, Pa., died May 26, 2008. She served as director and executive director of Mary Baldwin College’s PEG (Program for the Exceptionally Gifted) from 1989 through 2001,  then as director of PEG Research, until her retirement in 2004.

Roy Raymond (Col ’98 L/M) of Richmond, Va., died June 28, 2008. Mr. Raymond was employed at Simply Self Storage facilities in the Richmond area.

Jessica M. Bungard (Col ’99 L/M) of Fredericksburg,  Va., died June 22, 2008. A former member and conductor of the Virginia Pep Band from 1995 to 2000, Ms. Bungard worked as an attorney-adviser at the U.S.  Department of Treasury; TTB in Washington, D.C.; and had previously served as a special assistant U.S. attorney at the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Columbia. She was a member of the Friends of the Rappahannock, coached Little League basketball and volunteered with the Big Brothers/Big Sisters program of Fredericksburg.

Allan F. Moore (Col ’99 L/M) of Philadelphia died July 24, 2008. Dr. Moore was a Jefferson Scholar, an Echols Scholar, a Harry S.  Truman Scholar, a member of the Raven Society, Phi Beta Kappa and the USA Today All-USA College Academic Team. He was a Lawn resident and received the James P. Soper Award for Most Outstanding Senior and the John White Stevenson Prize for best senior thesis. A physician and fellow in endocrinology at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Dr. Moore published extensively in the area of genetics relating to diabetes mellitus and the physiology and pathophysiology of the renin-angiotensin system in animal models of hypertension. He was pursuing a master’s degree in clinical investigation at the Harvard Medical School. Memorial contributions can be made to the Dr. Allan F. Moore Memorial Fund at the Community Foundation of the Dan River Region. P.  O. Box 1039, Danville, VA 24543.

Liisa Jean Tucker (Educ ’99) of Richmond, Va., died July 16, 2008. Ms. Tucker was a member of the American Psychological Association.