In Memoriam

We are grateful for the tremendous service — and friendship — of our beloved colleagues who have passed away while at the firm or in retirement. They are remembered with great fondness for their bright legal minds and distinctive achievements. The legacy of their countless contributions and devoted service to the firm and our clients endures today. We miss them dearly and continue to be inspired by their remarkable talent, vision and leadership.

Richard F. Alden

James G. Hunter, Jr.

Marc W. Rappel

David W. Barby

John E. Kehoe

Henning Reimnitz

Patrick Beauvisage

Richard Kimbrough

J. Thomas Rosch

Philip F. Belleville

John J. Kirby, Jr.

Irving Salem

William Bottger, Jr.

Alan E. Kraus

Stefan Seel

Richard Carver

Dana Latham

Selvyn Seidel

Frédéric Chamboredon

Jürgen Libbert

John D. Sinnock

Laurie Chreitzberg

Arne S. Lindgren

Brooke S. Snyder

Daniel E. Corey

William A. Long

John R. Stahr

Carolyn A. Dawes

Richard W. Lund

Henry J. Steinman

Samuel Allen Paul Delay

Juli Wilson Marshall

Clinton R. Stevenson

Steven Della Rocca

David Miles

H. Randall Stoke

Peter Devereaux

Gregory David Morin

Paul M. Van Arsdell

Gary L. Dickson

Donald P. Newell

Keene Watkins

Henry C. Diehl

Thomas L. Patten

Paul R. Watkins

Max L. Gillam

Austin H. Peck, Jr.

Joseph J. Wheeler

Alan Halkett

Edith Perez

Joseph A. Wheelock, Jr.

John H. Hall

Juan Picón

C. Robert Wilmsen

Myron Rogue Hemley

Kenneth M. Poovey

Geoffrey Wright

Charles E. Horning, Jr.

Ira M. Price II

Bryan R. Zech

Fredric J. Zepp

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