• Jean Osman

    12 June 2020

    Jean Osman, age 90, died on May 17th in Rochester, MN. Jean was an instructor in Education at Carleton from 1975–1986. She returned as a tutor and tester in the Learning Center from 2000–2002.

  • Betty Pelkey

    9 June 2020

    Betty Pelkey, age 95, died on May 22nd. Betty worked as a custodian at Carleton from about 1980 to her retirement in 1994. Before coming to Carleton, she worked as a cook in the Randolph Schools and taught in a one-room schoolhouse in the Stanton area.

  • Marianne Elofson

    8 June 2020

    Marianne Elofson, age 79, died on May 16th at her home near Alexandria, MN. Marianne worked in several positions during her 18 years at Carleton, but primarily as the Administrative Assistant in the Psychology Department.

  • Carleton Remembers

    25 May 2020
  • Charlotte Lobitz

    24 April 2020

    Charlotte Lobitz, age 96, died on April 22nd in Mt Horeb, WI. Charlotte worked in the Carleton Library from 1971 to 1985, starting as an Assistant in Technical Services and then becoming an Associate in Public Services and Reserves, where she worked closely with faculty members and her crew of student employees.

  • Mike Jochim

    10 April 2020

    Mike Jochim, 56, died April 9th after being diagnosed with leukemia just two weeks ago. Mike worked as a Maintenance Electrician at Carleton from January 2006 until the present.

  • Mylla Urban

    31 March 2020

    Mylla Urban, age 78, died on March 29th after a long illness. Mylla came to Carleton in 1969, coaching field hockey, swimming, and softball. Her gifts for connecting with people and managing programs became quickly known and she took on a wide range of roles in her 30 years at Carleton.

  • William Woehrlin

    10 January 2020

    William Woehrlin, age 91, died on January 9th in Northfield. Bill taught History at Carleton for 31 years, beginning as an Assistant Professor of History in 1962 and retiring as the Laird Bell Professor of History, Emeritus, in 1993. Bill was a deeply respected, popular, and caring teacher and colleague. He was a “gracious intellectual,” an eloquent, clear, and careful scholar, teaching courses in Russian, Soviet, and Modern European intellectual and economic history.

  • Betty Schuette

    2 January 2020

    Betty Schuette, age 88, died on December 19, 2019, at the Three Links Care Center in Northfield. Betty was a dining hall checker for Sodexho and Bon Appétit from 2001–2009. She was a caring and friendly face for all who passed through her line, and she will be missed by many.

  • Mary Horozaniecki

    28 October 2019

    Mary Horozaniecki, age 68, died on Oct 23rd after a long battle with cancer. Mary taught violin at Carleton for 24 years, beginning as an adjunct instructor in 1993 and retiring as Senior Lecturer in Violin and Viola in 2017. “Mrs. H,” as she was known to her students, was a cheerful, supportive, and effective teacher and a gracious and generous colleague.