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In Memoriam | Summer 2014

In Memoriam: 1990s

Notices sorted by graduation date

Patricia Condrey Harrup (Col ’90, Educ ’90 L/M) of Idaho Falls, Idaho; and Lynchburg, Va., died April 4, 2014. An elementary school teacher, she had a sincere love for teaching children. Survivors include her husband, Mason K. Harrup (Col ’89 L/M), and their two daughters; and three brothers.

Eric E. Croson (Col ’94) of Clearwater, Fla., died March 14, 2014. He was a draftsman in Charlottesville and Chicago for many years. In Charlottesville, he worked as a consultant for Amvest Corp. and then as a financial adviser at SNL Securities. Mr. Croson later worked as a realtor in St. Petersburg, Fla. He loved exercising, biking and playing a good game of squash. Survivors include his mother, two sisters and a son.

Krishna “Kris” Kishore (Col ’95, Educ ’02 L/M) of Charlottesville died April 25, 2014. At the University, he volunteered with Madison House, was a resident advisor and a member of the Indian Student Association and the University Guides. A passionate educator who taught for 11 years at Charlottesville High School and for Albemarle County schools, Mr. Kishore served as faculty adviser to numerous student clubs, coached the Scholastic Bowl team, chaperoned orchestra trips and was a mentor to many student teachers. Among other honors, he was selected as a fellow and received a grant in 2006 from The Virginia Experiment: Teaching American History. In 2007, he was chosen as one of the C-VILLE Weekly’s top 20 community members. He had a trademark combination of kindness and humor, and loved books, sports, politics and traveling, especially to London and India. Survivors include his wife, Kathleen Tracy Kishore (Col ’02, Educ ’02), and their two daughters, as well as a sister, Rekha Kishore (Col ’98).

Robert R. “Bert” Musick (Col ’99 L/M) of Richmond, Va., died March 19, 2014. At the University, he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity and founder and president of the U.Va. skydiving club. Mr. Musick served for three years as a special agent with the U.S. Secret Service in the New York field office. In 2006, he joined the law firm of Thompson McMullan in Richmond, where his practice focused on civil and commercial litigation and consumer finance issues. He was named to Virginia Business Magazine’s Legal Elite three times. Mr. Musick joined Capital One in 2013, where he was a senior member of the business’ loss mitigation team and supervised a team of attorneys who oversaw and worked together with lawyers nationwide in loss recovery. Never one to miss an opportunity to do something outdoors, he enjoyed kayaking, soccer, tennis and skiing. He also loved spending time with his family. Survivors include his wife, Katie Rose Musick (Col ’01 L/M), and their two children; his father, Robert L. Musick Jr. (Law ’72, Grad ’72 L/M), and stepmother; his mother, Robbie S. Williams (Grad ’71) and stepfather; a sister; a stepsister, Elizabeth Williams Novak (Col ’98); two stepbrothers, including Perry Williams (Com ’94 L/M); father-in-law John “Blue” Rose (Col ’71 L/M) and mother-in-law; and two brothers-in-law, including Thomas B. Rose (Col ’06 L/M).