Please remember in your prayers Roy Gosselin, 96, who died Saturday, Sept. 14, in Lincoln, Neb. He taught at St. Thomas for 26 years in the field of business administration.
Gosselin was a 1934 graduate of Cretin High School, St. Paul; a 1939 graduate of St. Mary’s College, Winona, Minn.; and in 1946 earned an M.B.A. from DePaul University, Chicago, Ill.
Gosselin was a Christian Brother for 17 years; the last 26 years of his teaching career were at St. Thomas. According to the June-July, 1982, issue of The Aquin, Gosselin taught accounting for 38 of the 43 years of his teaching career. He taught a variety of other business-related courses, especially during the 12 years he was a high school teacher and during his earlier years at St. Thomas.
He taught at high schools in Duluth and Chicago, and at Price College, Amarillo, Texas; St. Mary’s College, Winona; and Christian Brothers College, Memphis, Tenn., before coming to St. Thomas in 1956.
He and wife, Ellen, retired to Bella Vista, Ark., in 1982.