Carroll Franck Newhouse ’49 died on October 29, 2004, in Alexandria, Virginia.
Born on July 14, 1922, in Brewer, he graduated from Gardiner High School in 1939, and during World War II served in the U. S. Navy from 1942 to 1946, attaining the rank of ensign. After the war, he remained in the Navy Reserve and retired in 1971 as a commander. He entered Bowdoin in the summer of 1947 as a sophomore as a result of his studies at Emory and Henry University and the University of Richmond in the Navy’s V-12 program. Following his graduation in September of 1948 as a member of the class of 1949, he spent a year at Georgetown University Law School in Washington, DC, and then joined the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington, DC, where he held a number of positions through the years as a management analyst, a technical coordinator, a computer systems analyst, and as director of the statistical department. In 1965, he joined the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare as supervisor of digital computer systems analysis, chief of the operations and reports section, chief of the management planning section, and chief of the administration and management office of personnel management and reports. He served as treasurer, vice president, and president of the Northern Virginia Chapter of the Association for Systems Management. He retired in 1977 from the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. In his retirement, he was a part-time professional model. He was a member of the parish at Blessed Sacrament Church and sang in the choir. He was married in 1952 to Frances Bond, who survives him, as do two daughters, Katherine Key of McLean, VA, and Dr. Susan C. Newhouse ’78 of Merrimac, MA; and three grandchildren.