M. Mark Snyderman, Heller MMH’82, P’20, of Washington, D.C., on Sept. 26. A rehabilitation services administrator and former program analyst at the U.S. Department of Education, he is remembered as “a gentleman and a scholar who spent his career making the world a little better than he found it.” Survived by wife Lois and two daughters, including Rachel ’20.

Joshua D. Cohen ’84, of Somerville, Massachusetts, on Nov. 8. A lover of musicals and movies who delighted many with his encyclopedic knowledge of productions and scores, he was a business analyst and an avid people watcher in his neighborhood. Survived by husband Ian Flynn, his father and three sisters.

John K. Larkin ’86, of Covington, Tennessee, on Dec. 16. A physician who left Manhattan for a small-town doctor’s practice in Tipton County, he spoke to patients as if they were friends, made house calls, and traveled to St. Croix to treat the poor. Survived by his mother, brother and sister.