Notices sorted by graduation date.

Jack Zinman (Com ’91) of Atlanta died May 5, 2019. He was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon at UVA before earning his law degree from Villanova University in 1994. He met his wife, Christine, while at the Federal Communications Commission and went on to work at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration and AT&T. At AT&T, he worked as a business unit and regulatory attorney and supervisor. Mr. Zinman most recently served as head of the same FCC regulatory group he had joined as a young lawyer. He was a talented photographer who captured his kids at all of their successful sporting events and fun family activities. Even while surrounded by Falcons and Yellow Jackets fans, he and his kids enjoyed cheering on the Eagles and Wahoos together. Survivors include his wife; three children, Anna, Noah and Charlie; four siblings; and his mother and stepfather.


Christiaan Alexander Maurer (Col ’94) of New Castle, Colorado, died May 13, 2019. He grew up at his family’s farm, Morven Park, in Leesburg, Virginia, where he learned to love all things outdoors, including hunting, archery, fishing and camping. He earned his medical degree from Georgetown University School of Medicine, where he completed his internship and residency in internal medicine. He moved to Colorado in 2001 and practiced medicine in Garfield County. Dr. Maurer enjoyed debating a particularly difficult diagnosis or the most effective treatment, and he was always running late because he loved to chat with his patients. He was interviewed in a podcast, “Christiaan Maurer on Life, Death, and Medicine,” available on YouTube. While living in Colorado, Dr. Maurer enjoyed lacrosse, archery hunting for elk, and small game hunting with his son, and river rafting and skiing with his entire family. He also trained two fantastic bird dogs. Along with his wife, Stacy, and their combined family, he enjoyed traveling, skiing, rafting and scuba diving. Survivors include his wife; two children, Ashley and Alexander; stepsons Jordan and Jerick; a stepdaughter, Briana; a sister; and his parents.