EMENS GUERNSEY, a retired sales engineer, died July 10, 2003. He was 85. A member of Psi Upsilon, he was the son of Henry C. Guernsey and the nephew of Benjamin W. Guernsey, both of the class of 1903. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. Predeceased by his wife, Louise Turner Guernsey in May 2003, he is survived by a son as well as several nieces and nephews.
ROBERT W. GILBERT, 87, an account executive for electronic parts, died Apr. 16, 2006. He was a member of Alpha Chi Rho and was the brother-in-law of the late Harvey A. Weber ’38. During World War II he served in the US Army Air Forces. Predeceased by his wife, Beatrice Weber Gilbert, he is survived by three children and three grandchildren.
WILLIAM D. FOYE, a retired architect in Hartford, Conn., died Apr. 15, 2010. A member of the Commons Club, he received his architecture degree from Syracuse University and was a longtime member of the Middletown Society of Friends. He was the son of the late George Seney Professor of Geology, Wilbur G. Foye, and the brother of the late Rev. Howard R. Foye ’38. Survivors include a nephew and five nieces.
GEORGE B. FILLMORE, owner and president of the Amos Rice Coal Company of Syracuse, N.Y., died June 6, 2003 at age 85. He was a member of Beta Theta Pi and was a lifetime member of the board of directors of the Salvation Army. Survivors include his wife, Betty Ashton Fillmore, two children, four grandchildren, and a brother.
HAYNES H. FELLOWS JR., 87, who retired as vice president of finance, comptroller, and director of New England Telephone and Telegraph, died June 21, 2006. A member of Delta Kappa Epsilon, he was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He was the grandson of James F. Fellows of the class of 1885; the son of Haynes H. Fellows ’13; the brother of the late Pierson D. Fellows ’44, who predeceased him by eight days; and the nephew of Clarence Mulford Day of the class of 1909, of Louis DeV. Day of the class of 1904, and of Franklin E. Fellows ’21. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Among those who survive are his wife, Joan Jazowski Fellows; two children by his late wife, Hazel Rowley Fellows; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Stephen D. Fellows ’44; a nephew, James D. Fellows ’76; a niece, Denise Fellows-Kaplan Gill ’77; and a cousin, Robert M. Day ’39, M.D.
WALTER W. ESTABROOK, who directed and managed Camp Kawanhee for Boys in Weld, Maine, for more than 30 years, died Apr. 28, 2009. He was 91. He was a member of Chi Psi and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. A former resident of Columbus, Ohio, he represented the Brown Steel Company there for many years. His wife, Jane Seyforth Estabrook, and an infant son predeceased him. Among those who survive are four children, including Richard A. Estabrook ’74; and seven grandchildren, including Sarah P. Estabrook ’04.
DANIEL S. ALLEN, professor emeritus of history at Hartwick College and chair of the department there for many years, died Dec. 24, 2008. He was 89. A member of Sigma Chi, he received his degree with honors and with high distinction in history, and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Pennsylvania. During World War II he served in civilian public service. After teaching at Wesleyan for two years, he joined the faculty at Hartwick College, from which he retired in 1980. In 1991, Hartwick awarded him an honorary degree. He was the grandson of Willis K. Stetson of the class of 1881. Predeceased by a daughter, he is survived by his wife, Constance Hartley Allen, a son, a granddaughter, two great-grandsons, and a sister.