In Memoriam: 1940s
Dr. Edward Jordan Stoll (Col ’47, Med ’51 CM) of Lynchburg, Virginia, died Feb. 25, 2022. After completing medical training, he served in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps in Salzburg, Austria. At UVA, he was a member of Beta Theta Pi fraternity and the glee club. In Lynchburg, he established a private practice in family medicine, treating several generations of patients for 37 years. He delivered the first baby born in Lynchburg General Hospital and diagnosed the city’s first case of malaria. His passions included music, travel, photography, skiing, gardening, fishing and sailing on the Chesapeake Bay. A huge UVA sports fan, he was frequently seen in a UVA cap and jacket. Survivors include three children, including Dr. E. Jordan Stoll Jr. (Col ’79, Med ’83 CM) and Leigh Stoll Bryan (Col ’84 CM); nieces and nephews, including Ali Artunkal (Darden ’82); and eight grandchildren.
Douglas G. Lindsey (Com ’48 CM) of Alexandria, Virginia, died Nov. 29, 2022. He retired from the U.S. Air Force Reserve as a lieutenant colonel after 36 years of service. He was also a member of the Military Officers Association of America and the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels. At UVA, he was a member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. After graduation, he became vice president of Lindsey Nicholson Corp. based out of Alexandria. Once retired, he worked as an IRS enrolled agent and served as vice president of Lindsey Deiderich Corp., among other leadership positions. He loved attending University of Virginia vs. Virginia Military Institute football games because, having attended both schools, he couldn’t lose. Survivors include three children, including Robert Warfield Lindsey (Col ’79, Darden ’88 CM), and one grandchild.