Charles Stitt Drummond, Jr. ’58, of Richmond, passed away October 29, 2006. Survivors include his former wife, Sarah Easley Drummond; daughter, Elizabeth Drummond Davis ’89 and her husband, Bruce, P.O. Box 221, Gibson Island, Md. 21056; two sons, Dr. Charles Stitt Drummond, III and his wife, Cindy, and Dr. Fitzgerald Easley Drummond and his wife, Meredith; and six grandchildren. He graduated from Harvard Medical School in 1962. He served his country in the Army, where he was a captain in Vietnam. He was decorated with the Bronze Star for meritorious service and was awarded the Combat Medical Badge. He practiced surgery for over twenty-three years in the Richmond area. He served on numerous boards of hospitals including board of directors, chief of surgery and president of the medical staff at St. Luke’s Hospital, president of medical staff, Grace Hospital, and board of directors at McGuire Clinic. He was a fellow to the American College of Surgery, a member of the Richmond Academy of Medicine, Medical Society of Virginia, Virginia Surgical Society and the Humera Society. Dr. Drummond was a member of the River Road Church, Baptist, where he served on the board of deacons, the board of administration and the music committee. He was a member of the Kiwanis Club and a volunteer at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.