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Howard M. Wight
Regents' Proceedings 35

The President reported the death in Ann Arbor, July 19, 1942, of Associate Professor Howard M. Wight, and in accordance with the recommendation of the President the following preamble and resolution were adopted:

WHEREAS, The death of Howard Marshall Wight, Associate Professor of Forest Zoology, on July 19, 1942, has deprived the University of the services of a scholarly and devoted teacher, known for his many contributions to the literature of his field, who has been connected with the University of Michigan since 1928, and who before that time served his country as a valiant soldier, and began a brilliant teaching career at Oregon State College, therefore be it

Resolved, That the Regents of the University of Michigan incorporate in their official Proceedings this resolution, as a record of their sorrow for his death and in recognition of the loss suffered by the institution thereby, and direct that a copy be transmitted to Professor Wight's family as an expression of the Regents' deep sympathy with them in their bereavement.