Edward Stavis ’52, G’10, Fellow, of Brookline and Harwich, Massachusetts, and Key Biscayne, Florida, on March 20. As president of Stavis Seafoods for more than 50 years, he helped shape the seafood industry in Boston and beyond, and also gave generously to his community. Survived by wife Nancy; two children; and four grandchildren, including Jennifer Altman ’10.

Leonard Van Gaasbeek Jr. ’52, of Hollis Center, Maine, on April 29. A former member of the U.S. Marine Corps, he was active in town planning and volunteering. Survived by two children and four grandchildren.

Ora Gorovitz Band ’54, of Berkeley, California, on April 10. She taught Hebrew language and literature at the University of Judaism and other schools in Greater Los Angeles. Survived by husband Arnold.

Robert N. Hurwitz ’54, of Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, on March 19. He was a beloved husband, and a devoted father and grandfather. Survived by wife Judy, two children and several grandchildren.

Ira Sherman Steinberg ’54, P’81, P’83, P’85, of Oberlin, Ohio, on April 1. He had a long career at Oberlin College, working in the education and philosophy departments, and the dean’s office. Survived by wife Priscilla (Sawyer) ’54, and children Daniel ’81, Jill ’83 and Ethan ’85.

Miriam Miller Rockmore ’55, of Middlesex County, New Jersey, on May 5. She was a teacher for more than 25 years, an active member of her local Jewish community and an accomplished collage artist. Survived by husband Ronald, two children and four grandchildren.

Judith Brecher Borakove ’58, Fellow, of Manhattan, on Feb. 27. She worked in retail merchandising and later taught classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Survived by two children and several grandchildren.

C. Gerard Drucker ’59, Fellow, of Newton, Massachusetts, on April 2. He worked in finance, banking and real estate; was involved in charitable work; and traveled to all seven continents. Survived by wife Marjorie, four children and 12 grandchildren.

Robert F. Healy ’59, of Bedford, New Hampshire, on March 1. After playing four years of football at Brandeis, he joined the U.S. Army and later became a general contractor. Survived by wife Nancy, three children and five grandchildren.