This is a very incomplete list.  If you know of any errors or omissions or have a link to a bio or obit, please let us know.

Andy Angelos -- 2007  
John Baggesen -- 2011 -
William John Bauer -- 2004 - Chicago Trib
Allen Behring -- 2011 -
Jim Bennett (James E. Bennett) - 2013 -
Marcel Bitoun -- Deceased
Bill Bussey -- Deceased
Helen Bussey, widow of Bill Bussey - 2011 -
Ed Cikanek -- Deceased
Bonnie Freeman Cipar -- 2012 -
Andrew Eberhardt -- 2000 - Chicago Trib
Gene C. Foszcz -- 2002 - Chicago Trib
Ed Fucik -- 2010 - obit
Robert (Bud) Gardner -- Deceased
Arthur C. Hauswald -- 2004 - Chicago Trib
Jerry Hahn -- Deceased
Albert J.R. Houston -- 1995 - Chicago Trib
Robert C. Hundley -- 1999 - Chicago Trib 
James B. Jones -- 2013 - obit
Al P. Keblinskas -- 2012 -
Bill Larson -- Deceased
Fred Lussky -- 2003
Herand (Harry) Madroosian) - 2012
Hubert W. Nieman - 2003 - Chicago Trib
Tom Parrish -- 2012
Mohsin Qureshi -- 2009
Jack Quinn -- 2006
John J. Quinn -- 2006 - Chicago Trib
Jim Ringenoldus -- 2010
Rev. Jack Fay Robinson -- 2005 - Chicago Trib 
Russell Roddy -- Deceased
Pat Saletta -- 2007
Ramon Sargon -- Deceased
Al Schluter -- Deceased
John A. Scoville -- 1996 - Chicago Trib, Chicago Trib 2
Kenneth Sorenson -- 1990 - Chicago Trib
Jaroslav Strutynsky -- 1999 - Chicago Trib
B. Subbakrishna -- Deceased
Jan Veltrop -- 2007 - Chicago Trib
Chuck Welker (11/20/09)  
Eric Will -- Deceased
Leonard E. Zak - 2013 - obit
Marjorie Zamora - 2012 - on

Leonard E. Zak


Leonard E. Zak

Retired Law Partner, General Counsel

 Leonard Zak, 83, a resident of Evanston, Illinois since 1956, died February 23rd in his home.  In addition to Bonnie, his wife of 58 years, he is survived by his four children: Peter, David, Megan Sanders (Reginald Sanders), Ursula (David Randall), two grandchildren Josephine and Zak Randall and his faithful companion Echo. 

He was born in Chicago and graduated from Lake View High School in 1947, a graduate of Carleton College in 1951 and he received his law degree from Northwestern University Law School in 1954. 

An army veteran, he served as a special agent in the Counter Intelligence Corps in Salzburg, Austria and Baltimore.  After his military service he returned to Chicago and in 1956 began practicing law at McBride & Baker which has since merged with Holland & Knight.

He became Vice President and General Counsel of Harza Engineering Company and its’ foreign affiliates in 1980 and retired in 1993. Harza Companies have since merged with Montgomery Watson Harza (MWH).

He also served in Chicago as a special assistant to the US Attorney General in 1967-68 as a hearing officer for conscientious objectors’ appeals.  Following his retirement in 1993, he served as an arbitrator for the Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois from 1988 to 2010.  He served as vice president and director of the Mark Morton Memorial Fund, a Chicago based private charitable entity. He also volunteered in the natural areas section to the Chicago Botanic Gardens.  He was a long time member of the Tower Club in  Chicago.

Through his life he played squash, racquetball and tennis.  From 1957 he was one of the earliest members of the Net Seekers Tennis Association of Evanston.

A memorial service will be held at St.  John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1235 Wilmette Ave, Wilmette, IL on March 16th at 2:00.
We recently received this note from Dell Jones:

Hello,I wanted to pass on my fathers information for the alumni of Harza Engineering.  As a 10 year old boy I was able to live in Kandahar Afghanistan while my father worked for Harza.

I am following to some degree the his work in electrification as a professional in the solar industry and hold in high regard his work for Harza in 1967 to 1969.  His Obituary follows:

James B. Jones III, remembered as a “man of the world,” died (date of death). He was 82.
Born January 15, 1931, better known as Jim ;  grew up in the sea coast town of Brunswick, GA. After graduating Glynn Academy high school in 1949, Jim  attended Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, earning a degree in Electrical Engineering.  While attending his beloved Georgia Tech, he was in the marching band and ROTC.  Jim  graduated in 1955 and went on to serve his 8 years of active duty and retired as Captain and Company Commander serving our country proudly.  He later attended Fairleigh Dickinson University in Madison, NJ and earned a MBA. in 1977.    
It was during his years at Georgia Tech, he met a nursing student named Angelyne Brumbelow; the two married in September, 1953.
A passionate traveler and adventure seeker, Jim  and his wife traversed the globe.  Jim's career included working for FPL in Florida, Harza Engineering in Kandahar Afghanistan, TMSI in Tehran, Iran, ConEd in New York City, SECO and Aramco in Saudi Arabia.  Their homes were in Hawaii, Afghanistan, New Jersey. Iran and Saudi Arabia and traveled in too may countries to list before retiring to Fort Myers.  Jim liked to say this was his second tour of duty in Fort Myers (1958-1966 and 1989-2013).
Jim is survived by his wife Angie, their three sons Keith, Dell and David, and seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.