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Stan Rolfe Obituary, KU Engineering Community Mourns the Loss of Stan Rolfe

Stan Rolfe Obituary, Death – We are unable to find any solace in the fact that Stan Rolfe has passed away. Stan Rolfe was a civil engineering professor at the University of Kansas for a significant amount of time, and he taught there for a number of years. He served in this capacity for a number of years. The first time he was appointed to that position was in 1969, and he continued to hold it until the year 2012, after which he returned to it in both 2012 and 2013.

As a result of his contributions to the field of engineering, which led to both of these honors, his work on steel structures earned him recognition all over the world. Additionally, as a result of his contributions to the field of engineering, which led to both of these honors, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering. Dr. Rolfe was a professor for many different classes, including an introductory seminar for undergraduates and an advanced seminar for graduate students.

Because of his consistent politeness and expertise, a significant number of people were immediately and continually left with the impression that they were impressed by him. This impression was left with them both immediately and continually. During the time that I was in charge of a department at KUCE, he was the head of the division that I was responsible for supervising during that phase of my tenure. I genuflect deeply before the esteem in which you are held.

Rolfe will be fondly remembered as a community leader who was thoughtful and kind, and who was also an impressive interim dean for the KU Engineering School. In addition, Rolfe will be remembered for his service as a dean for the KU Engineering School. He will be sorely missed by everyone. In addition, his time served as dean of the University of Kansas Engineering School will be fondly remembered. I ask that you accept my deepest condolences, and please know that they are also extended to his family at this time.