In memoriam


Stacey Robin Hill 89A 91MPH of Kennesaw, Ga., on February 24, 2022. Hill was born November 30, 1966, in Monticello, NY. She earned an MPH in 1991 and had a successful career as a pharmaceutical sales representative and registered dietician. She is survived by her two daughters Samantha Hill and Sarah (Hill) Dagher, son-in-law, mother, father, and step-mother.


Jamie L. Miller 01MPH of Richmond, Calif., on December 7, 2020. Miller worked for
37 years at the CDC as a public health advisor. She was one of the first women to be hired as a public health advisor and was assigned to local and state health departments in many locations before joining the California Department of Public Health in 1988 where she worked until her retirement. Miller twice served as co-chair of the Contra Costa County Juvenile Justice Commission, volunteered as a writer’s coach at Richmond High School, was a docent at the Rosie the Riveter National Park, and served as annual dinner co-chair of the development committee for the Rosie the Riveter National Trust. She died from complications of a rare stomach cancer and  is survived by her husband, Stephen Purser, a brother, and many nieces and nephews.

Ronald Preston Peterson 07MPH
on February 28, 2022. Peterson was a member of St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta and previously of St. Edward the Confessor Episcopal Church in Lawrenceville and St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Snellville. He graduated from Berkmar High School in 1987 and left for St. Andrew’s Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, NC, where he earned a degree in chemical physics and mathematics. He continued his advanced education at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville where he held a teaching assistant position in the chemistry department. He earned an MS in computer science from Georgia Institute of Technology and an MPH from Rollins even as he began his 26-year career at the CDC as a computer specialist. He is survived by his parents.