5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday, August 9, 2019
Beach-Tuyn Funeral Home, Inc.
5541 Main Street
Williamsville, New York, United States
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Elizabeth DiGangi posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 14, 2019I'm so terribly sorry to hear about the passing of Chris. I have very fond memories of my time as a graduate student at UB under her tutelage - including a course where there were only two of us students enrolled, making for a fun and intimate semester. She made me feel like I belonged during my first year in graduate school - a time often fraught with anxiety and self-doubt. I enjoyed seeing her and her husband every year at the AAPA meetings and will miss catching up with her. My deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Sam and Nancy Salvo posted a condolence
Monday, August 12, 2019Sam and I were so sorry to hear of Chris’ passing. Although we haven’t seen her for years, we still remember what an energetic and interesting person she was and the good times we had racing with WHYRA .We’re sure you have many wonderful memories.
Renee Cadzow posted a condolence
Friday, August 9, 2019Chris was a fantastic professor and provided helpful guidance to my dissertation. She was careful to tailor her course content to the needs and interests of her students. Our family is saddened to hear of her passing. Warmest regards to the whole Duggleby family as you cope with her loss.
John & Toni Gartner posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 7, 2019We are saddened to learn of Chris's death. We enjoyed knowing her and sharing her company in the many years we both were members of TYC. Please accept our sincerest condolences.
Phil Stevens posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 7, 2019A very very sad loss. Chris was a colleague and good friend for 47 years. My fond memories are many, and I will cherish them. My deepest condolences to Bill, whose cheer over the decades has been inspirational; and to Leslie and Tracy.
Dan&Sharon posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 7, 2019Many great memories of racing and cruising with Chris and Doug. Our condolences and prayers for her and family.
Ann McElroy posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 7, 2019I have many fond memories of Chris and am saddened by her passing. Chris and Doug were one of the first couples to invite me to their home when I started my job at UB in 1971, and from that warm welcome Chris continued to be a good colleague who helped me in many ways over the years. She was a gifted teacher, dedicated to her graduate advisees and undergraduate students. For years she chaired the Graduate Committee with energy, discipline, and a vision of strengthening and expanding our graduate program. While serving on quite a few MA and PhD committees with her, I found Chris to be receptive to interdisciplinary cooperation among the department’s subfields in providing our students the integrative training that best prepared them for successful careers. Chris made a lasting difference in our program, and she will be missed. My condolences to her family.
Dean M. Aschenbrenner posted a condolence
Wednesday, August 7, 2019I have been privileged to call Chris a Friend for many, many years. I met them sailing and was 'rail meat' for many fun and learning years of racing as well as being able to sail with them on my own boat. There is a part of Masonic Ritual that befits Chris: 'May you live respected, and die regretted.' You will be missed, my dear friend.
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Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Marcia and Ezra Zubrow posted a condolence
Monday, August 5, 2019Chris was among the people who Marcia and I interacted with when we first moved to Buffalo and to the Anthropology Department in 1977. Coming from California she provided us with wonderful advice for adapting to the "unusual culture and climate" of Buffalo. She was the first to take us sailing on Lake Ontario and to introduce us to the WNY-Ontario sailing culture. As a colleague of over 40 years, she had wonderful qualities. She always was willing to take on departmental responsibilities: as head of the graduate committee she put a student's welfare first; and as the years went on I came to realize how her cautious reaction to change was frequently right. As she said, the department will swing to the left and then back to the right and then a few years later back to the left. She knew if history tells us anything, it is that there are no wholly new questions in education policy. There are just different answers. Most of my students took many of her courses and to a person they felt that they had learned a significant amount. She was dedicated to the department, to the university and to Anthropology. We will miss her as a friend, a colleague, and as an Anthropologist. Our thoughts are with her family.