UW-Green Bay faculty and staff leaving campus for the weekend will hear the Weidner Memorial Carillon tolling shortly after 4:30 p.m. today (Friday, June 13) as a mark of respect for longtime faculty member and administrator Donald W. Larmouth, who passed away this week. Founding Chancellor Edward Weidner and Larmouth were close associates, and Larmouth went on to champion music and fine arts initiatives — including development of UW-Green Bay’s arts management program — as both academic dean and as a senior faculty member. The carillon will sound 74 times, for each year of Larmouth’s life (1940-2014). It is expected that carillon music also will be featured next Friday afternoon in association with a campus remembrance service for Larmouth to be held in the adjacent University Union. For more on Larmouth’s passing.
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9 Jan, 2020