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William A. Tincher '48 passed away at his home at The Forum at Rancho San Antonio in Cupertino a few weeks after celebrating his 94th birthday.
Helene Zogg Boetticher '43, proud to be one of the first 150 women lawyers to graduate from UW Law School, passed away on September 25, 2010.
Jack DeWitt ’42 is the 2009 recipient of the Leonard L. Loeb Award, conferred by the State Bar of Wisconsin to recognize a senior lawyer who has improved the legal system and who has shown leadership in advancing the quality of justice for all. DeWitt, a founder of DeWitt Ross & Stevens, S.C., in
Leonard Zubrensky ’49 wrote and published the political memoir Let the High Jinks Begin, which contains vignettes dating from his years as legal counsel to Governor John Reynolds and memories of Gaylord Nelson, Pat Lucey, William Proxmire, Abner Mikva, Thomas Fairchild, and others.