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Founders’ Quadrangle ...
THEY HELPED START IT ALL.
Please see the About Us page for the role played by each of those listed below.Cathy Gill

Cathy Gill, ​67, on 24 August 2017, of diabetes and cardiac failure. Cathy carried on the Holmes/Doyle Symposium after Al Rodin’s death.

Ritchie Thomas, 85, on 24 May 2016, a Founding Member of The Darlington Substitutes.

Tom McElfresh, 80, on 16 February 2015, a Founding Member of The Agra Treasurers. 

Stuart Gill, 78, on 12 February 2014, of complications related to Diabetes.

Robert Woodward Gardier, Ph.D., 83, on 7 July 2013, of Parkinson’s Disease, a Founding Member of The Darlington Substitutes.

Don Robertson, on 3 November 2005, of a heart attack, a Founding Member of The Agra Treasurers.​

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​​ ALVIN E. RODIN, M.D., B.S.I., on 18 March 1999, of Alzheimers Disease.

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“Stand With Me Here Upon the Terrace.”

We fondly recall friends no longer with us.

Listings are in reverse chronological order. Corrections to this page are welcome.

​Additionsalas!are not so welcome, but will be faithfully chronicled.

     
















 




 





Robert Fleissner, 84, on 25 April 2017. Bob was a distinguished scholar of English Literature, the author of such books as Dickens and Shakespeare (1965), and Shakespeare, Religion, and Beyond (2010), as well as more than 250 learned articles. He was Professor Emeritus (retired) of English at Central State University, and attended the very first Holmes/Doyle Symposium in 1981, which was jointly sponsored by Central State and nearby Wright State Universities. He attended and spoke regularly at the event thereafter, until his health began to decline.

Kent Ross, ​74, on 22 March 2016. In addition to being a member of THE AGRA TREASURERS, Kent was a Founding Member of The Association of Southern Sherlockians. 
Nancy van Atta, 59, on 18 March 2015, of early-onset Parkinson’s Disease.

 Johanna Columbro,  64, on 16 November 2014, of Cancer. Jo was our original Webmistress.

 Morton Ohlbaum, ​82, on 24 April 2012. Mort is still remembered for the paper he delivered on air guns and their role in the Canon.

 Daniel Gebhart, ​68, on 26 December 2011.

 Charles Morris II, ​63, on 15 November 2005, of injuries suffered from an automobile accident​.