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Dr. Charles W. Gibley, Jr., founding Dean of Misher College of Arts and Sciences at USciences, passed away on Oct. 25, 2015, at the age of 80. He joined the USciences family (then PCP&S) in 1984 when the Division of Arts and Sciences was formed. While serving as dean of arts and sciences, Dr. Gibley also served as dean of the graduate school and later associate vice president for academic affairs.

He was instrumental in the founding of the Teaching and Learning Center and the submission of the state application for University status. In 2001, he received USciences Honorary Alumnus Award. In recognition of his commitment and service, Dr. Gibley was honored with the dedication of the Dean’s Conference Room located on the second floor of Griffith Hall, and now referred to as the “Gibley Conference Room,” in 2007. Dr. Gibley was a valued member of the University community, and he will be sorely missed.

He was the beloved husband of the late Regina M. (nee Troy), loving father of Joseph W. (Tracy), Marie T. Cimino (Ron), Kevin C. (Joni) and Michael J. Dear brother of Nancy Carlson, Ray Gibley and the late Donald Gibley; also survived by his grandchildren Matthew, Shannon, Katie, Stephen, Sarah, Bridget and his great grandson Vincent.

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He was predeceased by his first wife, Marilyn Wolf. He is survived by his wife, Arlyne Weinstock Garde; son, Alan Garde; daughter, Terri Ann Davitch (David); stepchildren, David Weinstock (Rose) and Dr. Marybeth Weinstock; grandchildren, Justin Davitch (Arielle), Drew Davitch, and Selena Weinstock. His father and uncles also attended Philadelphia College of Pharmacy.

, along with MICHELE CHIN P’97 and USciences students Grant Lee PharmD’18, Adam Daniel PharmD’18, Shane Brown PA’19, and Tyler Landis PA’19, volunteered at a golf clinic for blind children hosted by the Middle Atlantic Blind Golf Association on Sept. 19, in Hopewell, N.J.

P’68, MS, PhD, was the moderator for the ninth consecutive time at the Contract Pharma Symposium, held in New Brunswick, N.J., on Sept. 17-18. On Oct. 1, he presented a seminar entitled, “Development of HALDOL haloperidol Line Extensions,” to the Graduate Pharmaceutics Department at University of Florida. A few days later, on Oct. 5, he presented a seminar entitled, “Preformulation Considerations for Pharmaceutical Dosage Form Development” to the Chemistry Department at University of Central Florida. Frank and his wife, Eileen, reside in St Augustine, Florida.

S. ROGERS WETHERILL P’68, MS, received the Mary Louise Andersen Honorary President Award by the Delaware Pharmacists Society on Saturday, Oct. 17.

dotJohn Pollard
P’50 passed away on August 31, 2015.
dotNorma V. Varsos
P'45 passed away on October 4, 2015.
dotJack Irwin Boyland
P’56, MBA, passed away on October 9, 2015.
dotIda May R. Englehart
passed away on October 10, 2015.

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