Ronald Montgomery, Ph.D.’80, of Indianapolis, a professor, therapist and writer, died on April 18. He was a professor at Franklin University, Rhode Island College, Illinois State University and Indiana University. From 1980 until his retirement, he was a family therapist with New Choices of Kokomo, Indiana. He leaves his wife, Linda; two sons, Mitch and Mark; and three daughters, Lora, Bobbi and Tammy.

Edward Vozzella Jr. ’81, of Peabody, Mass., a financial planner for NStar for more than 20 years, died on Feb. 7. He leaves his wife, Jane; a son, Clayton; a daughter, Olivia; his mother, Gloria; and a sister, Gail.

Constance Tumavicus, ’82 of Brattleboro, Vt., a teacher, social worker, consultant and world traveler, died on Feb. 13. She leaves two daughters, Mairi and Shelby; her parents, Mary and Edward; four sisters, Mary, Ann, Ellen and Nancy; and two brothers, John and Ed.

Steven W. Weiner ’87, of Allentown, Pa., a professor at Muhlenberg College and a highly respected chemist, died on Feb. 17. He leaves his father, Melvin, and a brother, Robert.

Philip Markonish ’88, of Woburn, Mass., died on May 28. He leaves his mother, Elizabeth; a brother, Ross; and a sister, Denise.