I wanted everyone to know about the passing of Dr. Allen Herkimer, who was a professor of health administration at Texas State University from 1986 until his retirement in 1996. Born and reared in the Mohawk Valley, New York, area, Gil Herkimer (Allen G. Herkimer, Jr.) traveled extensively throughout the United States and overseas as a corporate executive, university professor, and textbook author. He returned in his retirement years to his first two loves: studying history and playing jazz. Herkimer and his wife, Fay, proudly declared themselves to be native New Yorkers who lived in Southern California for nearly twenty years. They lived in South Texas. Recently Gil passed away peacefully at a long term care facility in Corpus Christi. He was 91. Our thoughts and prayer are with Dr. Herkimer's many friends and family.
Justin Alexander Morgan, age 26, passed away October 14, 2013, in Austin, Texas due to a motorcycle accident. He was born December 17, 1986, at Fort Sam Houston. He was a 2005 graduate of Canyon High School and a member of the football team. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Harvard in 2009. While there he was a member of the football team, which won two Ivy League National championships, and was a member of the Owl Club. Justin received his Master's degree from Texas State University while working at UMC Brackenridge in Austin in the ICU. His passions included sports, his two dogs, Roscoe and Duke, drawing and painting, the beach, and scuba diving with his Dad. He was a free spirit, full of life, a great story teller and a friend to all. He was a kind hearted, gentle soul who always tried to do the right thing. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, John Frost Swearengen and grandmother, Vivian Whitehurst Morgan.
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Dr. Wayne Sorenson
Colonel Wayne Bert Sorensen, US Army, Retired, Ph.D., left this life of love and service on 18 February 2015 in Austin Texas. He retired in 1992 and began a second career as a sought after consultant and University professor. He consulted for the Association of University Programs in Health Administration and the Commission for Accreditation of Healthcare Management Education, preparing accreditation policies and procedures and evaluating academic programs throughout the United States and overseas. He continued a distinguished academic career on the Health Care Administration faculty at Texas State in San Marcos where he was Associate Professor and also Chair of the Department for ten of 17 years. While there he continued to work to improve health care overseas, representing Texas State on assistance visits to Kazakhstan, the Republic of Georgia, Uzbekistan, and the Ukraine.
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Colonel Wayne Bert Sorensen, US Army, Retired, Ph.D., left this life of love and service on 18 February 2015 in Austin Texas. - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/statesman/obituary.aspx?pid=174217728#sthash.G8XDH9MU.dpuf