Eleanor Ostrer ’52 of Chestnut Hill, Mass., died on Dec. 2, 2010, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Hannah Goldberg ’54 of Yellow Springs, Ohio, a leader in American higher education who served as provost of Wheaton College in Norton, Mass., from 1983 to 1998, died on Sept. 24, 2010. A historian who focused on 18th- and 19th-century British social and intellectual history, she also was the academic dean of Antioch College and founded a field study center in London for students interested in British history and culture. She leaves her daughter, Lisa, and sister, Zelda.

Betty Lou Lipscher ’55 of Lawrenceville, N.J., who built the National Forensic Center from a small legal publishing company to a nationally recognized firm, died Nov. 7, 2010. National Forensic Center was the first company to provide trial attorneys with a comprehensive database of expert witnesses and resources that could be utilized in the courtroom. She also conducted training seminars and organized numerous national conferences for experts. In addition, she served as president of the regional chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. She leaves her husband of 54 years, Robert ’55; two sons, Randolph and Gene; her daughter, Pamela; her brother, Martin; and six grandchildren. She is also survived by her nephew Justin Olen ’06.