Kathy was a fixture in the card games on campus. A great observer of people, pastimes, and dynamics, she was an Evans gal who had her finger on the pulse of the cool set. I could always count on her to update me on stuff I’d missed, which she did quietly, but decisively. Her low-key manner belied a real love of disruption, which she got in spades by marrying her husband Dan Jocz, sculptor, jeweler, and outdoors man. I miss her every day.
Meryl Moritz ’68
Kathy died of cancer February 5th at the age of 68. Born 1948 in Chicago, IL, daughter of Frederick C. Bock and Helen E. Bock, she was the beloved wife of Daniel H. Jocz. She passed away in the home she and her husband built in Berkshires, MA. Katherine was both editor and author of business journals. She co-authored several business books, most notable, “Greater Good,” translated into two languages, and “All Business is Local”, translated into four languages. She will always be remembered for her kindness, integrity and friendship. Her gentle, positive spirit affected everybody around her. She is survived by her husband Daniel H. Jocz, sister Heidi A Teraberry, and Brother Wyman C. Bock. A private memorial service will be held.