Kenneth C. LeDuc MBA ’69 died Oct. 10, 2009. He was 76 years old. A native of St. Petersburg, FL, he was a 1951 graduate of St. Pete High School. He received degrees from St. Pete Junior College, the University of Florida (BME with honors ’58) and the University of Santa Clara (MBA ’70). He was certified by the State of Florida as a Professional Engineer, General Contractor and Building Official. He spent 20 years of his career with General Electric Company in Hague (Gainesville), FL, in various positions of engineering management and held seven U.S. patents for G.E. He was active at various times in his life with the American Heart Association, Rotary, Kiwanis, and Elks, and he was a life member of the American Legion and Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. After his retirement, he coordinated numerous alumni reunion activities for his class at SPHS. An Army Signal Corps cryptographer and veteran of the Korean Conflict, he was interred at the Bay Pines Veterans Memorial Cemetery. He is survived by his son, Brian LeDuc, of Apex, NC, and daughter, Mari Hamilton (Fred), of Gainesville, FL; and brother Bob LeDuc (Millie) of Brooksville, FL.