, June 3, 2011, in North East, Pa., at 70. He served as an Air Force navigator during the Vietnam War and stayed active until 1991 as a liaison officer. He earned a master’s at Sacramento State and a doctorate at University of Oregon, taught science and exercise courses at colleges in New York and Pennsylvania, and coached baseball. A father and mentor to more than 20 AFS students around the world, he was an ardent traveler, visiting more than 160 countries. Survivors include his wife, Marcia, three daughters, and five siblings.