Joseph Dropkin ’93, of Cortlandt Manor, New York, on July 24, 2020. His reputation at Brandeis as the go-to guy for computer help evolved into a 28-year career managing servers and cybersecurity, primarily at Priceline; he was also a dedicated member of his congregation and community. Survived by wife Suzanne ’91 and two children.

Brian E. Pishon ’95, of Newton, New Hampshire, on May 11. A lifelong baseball fan who was a baseball player at Brandeis, he worked in the pharmaceutical industry, and loved to share adventures and quiet moments with his son, Braden, whom he considered the light of his life. Survived by his son.

Ruben Cohen ’97, of New York City, on July 4. An oral surgeon and licensed pilot, he devoted significant time to volunteer medical work in Asia, Africa and Central America, as well as in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake; he also volunteered in rescue work at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11 attacks. Survived by wife Ranika and two daughters.

Leslie A. Morrell, GSAS MA’98, of Salem, Massachusetts, on March 16, 2021. A lifelong professional educator, she was deeply devoted to her Christadelphian faith, and her family and friends. Survived by husband Michael, eight children and five grandchildren.

Debra J. Osnowitz, GSAS MA’98, PhD’05, of West Roxbury, Massachusetts, on April 7. A sociologist on the faculty of Clark University since 2010, she was a member of the advocacy group 9to5, where she chaired the group Women in Publishing. Survived by her mother and two brothers.