PETER A. SALZMAN, 38, who received his degree with high honors in anthropology with a minor in religion, died May 19, 2013. He interned in the Jewish chaplain’s office at Wesleyan and after graduation, continued his religious studies in Israel and his special interest in Jewish mysticism. An avid musician, he sang and played the guitar and piano, in addition to experimenting with electronic music. Survivors include his mother, Jill Roberts; his father, Scott Salzman; his stepfather; his brother and sister; his grandmother; and a large extended family.
JARRETT TAHIR SEALS, 27, died June 9, 2003. He had majored in art history. Among those who survive are his mother, his father, a brother, a sister, and several aunts and uncles.
ARAMIS GONZALO RIOS, 31, an assistant U.S. attorney in Puerto Rico, died June 25, 2007. He had been a government major at Wesleyan. Among those who survive is his child, Amaris, his parents, and his grandmother.