Maureen taught in health sciences at the Kingston campus. For many years she shared an office with Lynn Campbell, who recalls that "Maureen was an excellent teacher. She was passionate about her subject and her students. Her students liked and respected her." As a friend, she was held in high regard. "Outside of the college Mo was a very creative fabric artist and painter" notes Lynn, "I have been to her house and have seen some of her work on display. She was very accomplished. Maureen was a great person to know and it was a privilege to have spent all of those years as her office mate." Maureen was 79 years old when she passed away on Sept. 24th. Obituary link
Carl Davis taught in the Computer Networking & Technical Support program at the Kingston campus for over 20 years. Prior to teaching, Carl worked in IT at the Brockville campus. He passed away unexpectedly at the Kingston General Hospital on Friday, May 5, 2017 with his family by his side at the age of 65 years.
A Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at St. Lawrence College, Cornwall, Jim died in December 2013, but Sandra Menard recently sent me notes of the Tribute to Jim that she gave at a memorial service for him in May 2014 and I am pleased to post these notes below.
Andre died on November 20 at the age of 78. He was one of the pioneers in the development of the Information Technology program at the college, according to Steve Graves, who offered him a teaching position in 1968. He had been Head of Technical Computing at the Canada Life Assurance Company. Steve described him as a true computer wizard who loved developing all types of computer hardware and software.
The accompanying photo is from James Reid Funeral Home site.
Larry Gibbons, a former employee in Creative Arts on Kingston Campus, posted a tribute to Terry on his website and offered further comments in an email that he sent. We are pleased to provide this more personal tribute to Terry below.
Another tribute that was lost along the way in the transition from the college website to this one is for Terry Fuchs. The post that follows is from an SLC colleague of the time, David Schleich and was submitted in 2009.
This section is intended to pay tribute to former colleagues who are deceased. Our list is terribly incomplete and we encourage you to contribute personal recollections of others who should be included.