In Memoriam: Tom Rabenhorst

Tom Rabenhorst, Senior Lecturer Emeritus in the Department of Geography and Environmental Systems (GES) at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), died Saturday after a long battle with brain cancer. Tom began his career at UMBC in 1973 as a part-time instructor while also an Assistant Professor at Montgomery Community College. He became a…
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Hans-Georg Bohle

AAG member Hans-Georg Bohle has passed away at the age of 66. Relevant in the field of human geography, he will be remembered by all that he taught, advised, and worked alongside. Hans attended the University of Göttingen and received his PhD in 1979, doing research on the Green Revolution in the Cauvery River Delta…
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Necrology

Catherine Ball Carlston (1915-2014)

Carlston, Catherine BallCatherine Ball Carlston celebrated her 99th birthday on January 25, 2014; she died peacefully on April 24, 2014, in Springfield, Virginia, after a short illness.  The daughter of Hilda Fischer Ball and Emery F. Ball, of Parkersburg, West Virginia, Catherine Ball Carlston was educated in the Parkersburg public school system, and, in 1936, earned a…
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Necrology

Steven Kale, Transportation Geographer and Teacher, Dies at 65

Steven R. Kale, 65, died November 7, 2013, in his hometown of Salem, Oregon, following a brief illness. Kale achieved much in his life in academics, his profession, and in relationships with others in his life. Kale, the middle of three children, was born in Manhattan, Kansas, in 1948 to Alton and Ruby Kale. His…
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