In Memoriam: Grace Klein-MacPhee: 1939—2014

The American Fisheries Society and Southern New England Chapter (SNEC) lost a dear friend, teacher, mentor and colleague when Dr. Grace Klein-MacPhee passed away on September 20th, 2014. Grace was a long-time member of AFS, SNEC, and the Early Life History (ELH) Section. She was SNEC President from 2003 to 2004 and was on many.. read more →

In Memoriam: Richard (Dick) Ryder—AFS President: 1980—1981

It is with great sorrow that the family of Richard (Dick) Ryder announce his passing on Friday, September 19, 2014 at Hogarth Riverview Manor. Born on February 25, 1931, in Windsor, Ontario, Dick obtained his MSc. in Zoology from the University of Michigan. He was employed with the Department of Lands and Forests/Ministry of Natural.. read more →

In Memoriam: Keith Jefferts: 1931—2014

Keith Jefferts’ life was characterized by three great passions: salmon, science, and piloting—both air and sea. Much of it was spent at the controls of airplanes, helicopters, and the Wily King—on the trail of the wily King Salmon. Salmon and science combined to characterize or define the latter half of his life, when he returned.. read more →

In Memoriam—Bernard E. Skud

IN MEMORIAM Bernard E. Skud 1927-2014 Bernard E. Skud, Director of the International Pacific Halibut Commission staff from 1970-1978, passed away on April 16 at the age of 87. Prior to being appointed as the IPHC Director, Mr. Skud had been employed by the U.S. Bureau of Commercial Fisheries for 20 years, and was the.. read more →

In Memoriam—Carlos M. Fetterolf Jr.

IN MEMORIAM Carlos M. Fetterolf Jr. 1926-2014 Carlos Fetterolf, a well-known, international figure in fisheries, died on March 22, 2014, from complications due to a fall in Chelsea, Michigan. He had a long, distinguished career during which his good health and high spirits kept him active in fisheries and environmental causes to the end. His.. read more →