In Memory

William Brashear

William Brashear



 
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06/17/17 11:23 PM #1    

M. Susan Miller

I was sorry to hear that Bill died in 2000. He was a gentle soul with a wry sense of humor.

 

 


12/20/17 08:42 PM #2    

Paul Safyan

The Oberlin Archives passed this obituary on to me as I was reseaching some more details about Bill.  It's an excellent tribute.

 

http://www2.oberlin.edu/alummag/oamcurrent/oam_fall_00/losses04.html


12/21/17 12:16 PM #3    

M. Susan Miller

Thanks for posting the tribute, Paul. I'm glad I had a chance to read it and to know that Bill had a full life in the field he loved. We were in several classes together at Oberlin, and I admired his intellect, kindness, and wit.


12/21/17 02:41 PM #4    

Edna Chun

Thank you, Paul, for sharing this with us. I am very sad to learn of this untimely loss.


12/23/17 05:42 PM #5    

Gideon Schein

Bill and I were good friends in Oberlin.  We shared a passion for the classics, even though mine was more towards the classicaltheater. Hee stayed in touch and then in 1971 I went to Berlin for what I thought would be a few months stay turned into five years.  During those years, Bill and I sahred many a lovely dinner, walks through the orivate collections of his musem, and late night after opera (my hood) dinners.  I was very ad to learn about Bill's passing in 2000.  I think of him often.  He was kind, brilliant and had an infectious smile that I remember well tomthis day.


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