Intrigued by the prospect of the treasure hunt, Mr. Dougherty accompanied
Fisher in his search for the lost island of Atlantis and for treasure at
reputed sites in Africa and Guatemala. He also represented a group of
explorers who recovered the I-52, a Japanese submarine sunk during
World War II . The sub, which carried two tons of gold, had been part
of a secret exchange between Adolf Hitler and Emperor Hirohito. Most
recently, Mr. Dougherty was of counsel at Moore & Bruce and advised
clients on securities issues. Mr. Dougherty enjoyed cooking, tennis and
studying Spanish language and literature. He is survived by his wife,
Christine Archangeli Dougherty of Washington; sons, Andrew and
Geoff Dougherty; a sister; and two grandchildren.
William Eastburn, L’59, of Doylestown, Pa., died on Feb.8.
He is survived by his wife Connie, sons William Eastburn IV and Christopher;
daughters Page, Holly, and Brooke; his mother, Nancy; a sister,
Gail; and 12 grandchildren.