Ann L. Arbor ’70, May 31, 2013, in Washington, D.C., at 65. She earned two law degrees from Georgetown, where she later taught, and in 1978 she went to work for the Department of Justice, retiring in 2002 as senior litigation counsel for the fraud section in the criminal division. She prosecuted criminal fraud cases against corporations and businesses, including a case against national medical chains that resulted in criminal pleas and recovery of more than $2 billion for the government. She won several awards including the highest award conferred by the Department of Justice. In retirement she did volunteer literacy, homeless shelter, and mentoring work. She is survived by a brother.