Dr. Malamed, Dental Medicine

Dr. Emanuel Hayes Malamed, a retired clinical professor of periodontics, in the associated faculty of the School of Dental Medicine, died on May 9, at the age of 80.

Dr. Malamed received his dental degree from Penn and served in the Army during World War II performing dental work at Army camps stateside. He began his teaching career in 1957 as an associate instructor and by 1995 held the position of clinical associate professor, a title which he held at the time of his death. While an associate instructor at the School of Dental Medicine, he earned a Certificate of Periodontics.

He is survived by his wife Frances; daughters Karen Albert and Cheryl Bromwich; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a sister.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Philadelphia County Dental Society Scholarship Fund, One Independence Place, 241 S. Sixth St. No. C3101, Philadelphia, PA 19106-3797.

Mr. Qualls, GSFA

George W. Qualls, emeritus professor of architecture, died on May 12, at the age of 77.

Professor Qualls, he came to Penn as a professor of Architecture in 1952 and continued his affiliation until he retired in 1990. A partner in the firm of Geddes, Brecher, Qualls & Cunningham, Mr. Qualls and his firm designed the Moore School in 1956. He designed buildings throughout Philadelphia including the Police Administration Building (Roundhouse) the Wyndham Philadelphia at Franklin Plaza and the SmithKline office building also in Center City. Professor Qualls' work also included design of the Birmingham-Jefferson Civic Center in Birmingham, Alabama and renovations to the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

He received his bachelor's degree in architecture from North Carolina State University in 1950 and his masters from Harvard in 1952. Professor Qualls also served in World War II at the Battle of the Bulge and received a Purple Heart.

Dr. Snow, Medicine

Dr. Laurence H. Snow, a former clinical professor of psychiatry at Penn, died on May 4 at the age of 68. Dr. Snow received his bachelor's degree from Harvard and his medical degree from Temple in 1956. After serving in the Navy he completed his residency in 1962 at UPHS and taught at Penn from 1979 to 1984. He taught at the Medical College of Pennsylvania where he founded and directed the graduate program in social sciences through 1978.

He is survived by his wife, Carol Scholz Snow; sons Jack K. and William G.; and two granddaughters.

Almanac, Vol. 47, No. 35, May 29, 2001