Loss of another member: Neil Salkind #880

Our Secretary/Treasurer, Lauri Taylor just received notice from Mark Barbour, of the death of Neil Salkind on Saturday, November 17, 2017.  Here is the text of his obituary:

Neil J. Salkind, 70, passed away from complications related to melanoma on Saturday at his home in Lawrence. The son of Harry and Irene Salkind, he was born in Newark, N.J., where he grew up and attended Weequahic High School.

He received his Ph.D. in human development from the University of Maryland, and after teaching for 35 years at the University of Kansas became a professor emeritus. After retiring he continued to collaborate with colleagues and mentor students.

Neil was a prolific writer and editor. He delivered more than 150 professional papers and presentations; wrote more than 100 trade and textbooks; edited several encyclopedias; was editor of Child Development Abstracts and Bibliography for 13 years; and aided many other writers in their search for publishers. He had at least three of his letters to the editor of the New York Times published, an accomplishment of which he was exceedingly proud.

Neil enjoyed letterpress printing, reading, running with the Mad Dogs and later swimming with the Lawrence River City Sharks, baking brownies, poking around old Volvos, and being with his family and friends. He volunteered with numerous local charitable organizations and served on a number of nonprofit boards.

Services will be at 2:00 p.m., Monday, November 20, 2017 at the Lawrence Jewish Community Center. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials to Willow Domestic Violence Center, The University of Kansas Cancer Center, and the Lawrence Jewish Community Center in care of Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, PO Box 1260, Lawrence KS 66044.

Neil is survived by his wife, Leni; daughter, Sara, of Alexandria, VA; son Micah and son-in-law Ted, of Providence, RI; sister Phyllis and brother-in-law Seymour, of Dallas, TX; his sister-in-law Suara Welitoff, of Cambridge, MA; nephews, nieces, countless friends, mentees, associates, and his beloved golden doodle, Bella. His boundless energy and curiosity will be missed. So will his brownies and challah.

Link to Obituary

Annual Dues Payment Reminder…

Just a reminder to everyone that your annual dues of $30 are due by March 1st.  As of this notice, about one third of our membership has not yet paid their annual dues.  If you are one of them, please get your annual dues payment check or money order in the mail ASAP.  Mail your dues to:

Lauri Taylor
APA Secretary
3990 S. Parkview Dr.
Salt Lake City, UT 84124

2018 Membership Roster Changes

The following changes to our active membership for 2018:

The following are reactivated members for 2018:

603:  Susan DeNeef
Roseville, California

716:  Gary Hidden
Ogden, Utah

The following are NEW members to the APA, please welcome them to the group!

941:  Ted & Theresa Kratschmer
Saint Louis, Missouri

942:  Michael Simons
San Antonio, Texas

943:  Ethan B. Lipton, Ph.D
Venice, California

944:  Eric A. Abrahamsen
Fresno, California

945:  James Stephens
Atlanta, Georgia

946:  Bernadette Milan
San Jose, California

947:  Marie M. von Kampen
Brookline, Massachusetts

948:  Carol Clifford
Seattle, Washington

The following members have moved to inactive status:

781:  Steve Sylvester
816:  PJ Redmond
818:  Johanna Shipley
872:  Alan Dye
893:  Christian Fisher
897:  Karen Dominitch
906:  Melinda Stockwell
914:  Geri McCormick
924:  Myrna Keliher

Lawrence Peterson (#878) on Video!

The local TV channel has done a short interview (5 mins.) on Lawrence Peterson’s press, The Nine-18-Thousandths Press.  This segment is part of the weekly Anthem Alive Video Magazine.

Also available on YouTube: https://youtu.be/mYFc9s28eMo

You can contact Lawrence Peterson at:
Nine-18-Thousandths Press
1883 Lemon Grove Street
Henderson, NV 89052

Gordon Rouze, APA #602: 1927-2017

Gordon Keith Rouze, 89, died July 27, 2017. He was born August 25, 1927 to Helen and Marsh Rouze in Imperial, Nebraska.

Gordon received a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Nebraska and a Juris Doctor degree from South Texas College of Law. During the World War II, he served in the U.S. Marine Corps. For more than 30 years he was employed by National Steel Products Company in various capacities, including Vice President and Corporate Counsel.

He is survived by wife of 69 years, Gloria Way Rouze, daughter Sharon and husband Victor Huvelle, daughter Caryn and husband Joseph Powell, son Scott and wife Stacie Rouze, and son Jeffery and wife Phyllis Rouze, and seven grand-children and five great grand-children.

He was proud to have been a Scout Master, Sunday School teacher, Marine, Methodist, hobby printer, husband, son, father and friend.

A Celebration of Life Service will be held at Sugar Land First United Methodist Church 431 Eldridge Rd Sugar Land on Tuesday August 1 at 2 PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Sugar Land First United Methodist Church or the charity of your choice.

Published in Houston Chronicle on July 29, 2017