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Memorials: Fall 2013

Major General James Alexander Grimsley Jr., (Ret.) age 91, died June 11 in Charleston. His 33-year career in the U.S. Army included service during World War II. He was president of The Citadel from 1980-1989 and was active in the community. Grimsley received an honorary doctor of education from CSU in 1991.

Dwight Summers Ives ’81, age 59, died July 22 in an accident. He worked for Kiawah Island Community Association and was a member of Friends of the Hunley.

Kelly Crosby Milette ’00, age 35, died Sept. 4 at MUSC. She was a registered nurse and had worked in Colleton and Chester counties.

Rev. James E. Short ’70, age 69, died June 9 in Batesburg-Leesville. He was a lay minister at Leesville United Methodist Church, scout leader with Boy Scouts of America and was in the U.S. Naval Reserve.

Frederick Wilson Smith ’71, age 100, died June 9 on Kiawah Island. He was a former automobile dealership owner, was a retired realtor and had served in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

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