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In Memoriam

In Memoriam Is Stollman

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For decades, the name Israel Stollman, FAICP, was synonymous with urban planning. Known for his comprehensive view of the field, Stollman was instrumental in the 1978 consolidation of two planning groups into one national organization, the American Planning Association. Stollman, who served as APA’s executive director from 1978 to 1993, died February 2, 2005, from   

In Memoriam Frederick “Fred” Haigh Bair, Jr.

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Fred Bair, Jr., a planning pioneer and author who enjoyed a varied career in government and private practice, died February 14, 2005, in Auburndale, Florida. He was 89. He is “part of a disappearing breed of generalist planners,” wrote AICP President Daniel Lauber, AICP, in 2000 when he nominated Mr. Bair for APA’s Distinguished Leadership   

In Memoriam C. Britton “Britt” Harris, FAICP

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C. Britton Harris, FAICP, Emeritus Professor of City and Regional Planning, died February 7 from complications of pneumonia at the age of 90. Harris received a BA from Wesleyan University in 1935, and an MA from the Planning Program at the University of Chicago in 1951. Prior to coming to Penn, his planning work included