Jeffrey was the husband of Linda (Yachnes) Erickson.
Florence Jill Thorp, age 39, from Baltimore, MD, passed away October 3, 2011.She graduated from Hartwick College, Oneonta,...
James Monteith in right foreground with                                            James Monteith with Barbara RochenbachL...
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
VRA 2012, Member Remembrances
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VRA 2012, Member Remembrances

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The Visual Resources Association remembers those members who have passed away during the last few years: Jeffrey Stuart Erickson, Florence Jill Thorp, and James F. Monteith.

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VRA 2012, Member Remembrances

  1. 1. Jeffrey was the husband of Linda (Yachnes) Erickson.
  2. 2. Florence Jill Thorp, age 39, from Baltimore, MD, passed away October 3, 2011.She graduated from Hartwick College, Oneonta, with a BA in Art History in 1993 and, in2000, Florence Jill received her Masters in Library Science from Syracuse University.Florence Jill lived in Oneonta for seven years after graduating Hartwick, where sheworked at the College as a Slide Librarian.In 2000, she moved to Baltimore, MD, where she accepted a position as MediaResources Director at the Maryland Institute College of Art. At the time of herpassing, she was the Director of Decker Library at MICA. Florence was very active in theMid-Atlantic chapter of the VRA. She was a gifted artist who enjoyed drawing andpainting. She loved growing flowers in her backyard, antiquing, traveling, spending timewith her many friends, Baltimore Ravens Football, Syracuse Basketball, her catGloria, and visiting her family in Vernon Center.
  3. 3. James Monteith in right foreground with James Monteith with Barbara RochenbachLuraine Tansey, Karin Whalen, Mark Tansey during their Tansey Dinner performance(the artist, Luraines son), (2000 San Francisco conference)at the Tansey Dinner (NYC, 1997)

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