William H. Cooke ’53 of Federal Way, Wash., died October 5, 2011. Born in Denver, Colo., in 1928, William was inducted into the CSM Athletics Hall of Fame in 1999 for his role on the 1951 football squad. Also a member of the swimming team, he graduated from Mines with a professional degree in metallurgical and materials engineering. He spent much of his career with Kaiser Aluminum. His large family includes 11 children, 32 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.
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