Steven J. Bresky, Friend, of Shawnee Mission, Kansas, on July 10, 2020. As CEO of Seaboard Corp., the third generation of the Bresky family to lead the firm, he built the agribusiness and transportation conglomerate into a quiet giant. Survived by wife Ellen.

Lois A. Foster, P’75, Fellow, Brandeis National Committee, of Newton Centre, Massachusetts, on April 14. At the Rose Art Museum, where a wing and gallery space bearing her name was dedicated in 2001, she worked tirelessly and joyfully to develop the Friends and Patrons program, and she and her late husband, Hank, endowed the museum director’s position. Survived by three sons, including John ’75; five grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.

Lawrence Glick, P’86, Friend, of Chicago, on March 31, 2021. He served in leadership roles at several Jewish organizations, including the Jewish United Fund/Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago and the Hebrew University, where he was a founder and trustee of the Harry S. Truman Research Institute for the Advancement of Peace. Survived by wife Nancy, P’86; two sons, including Andrew ’86; and five grandchildren.

Harvey N. Medvin, P’88, Friend, of Northbrook, Illinois, on July 6. A chief financial officer at Aon Corp. for more than 30 years, he was deeply beloved by his family. Survived by wife Sheila, P’88; two children, including Arla Medvin Silverstein ’88; and three grandchildren.

Steven P. Perlmutter, Fellow, of Lincoln, Massachusetts, on May 24. An Osher Lifelong Learning Institute study-group leader and retired civil-litigation attorney with a passion for protecting voting rights, he and his family have supported Brandeis for three generations. Survived by wife Terry Solow Perlmutter ’74 and two children.

Rita Richman, P’69, G’97, G’01, Fellow, Brandeis National Committee, of Great Neck, New York, on July 28. A teacher and volunteer with the Democratic Party, she traveled the world with Fred, P’69, G’97, G’01, her late husband of 74 years, and together they contributed to the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee and many other Jewish organizations, as well as to Brandeis and Case Western Reserve universities. Survived by two children, including Carol Saivetz ’69; four grandchildren, including Michael Saivetz ’97 and Aliza Glasser ’01; and five great-grandchildren.