Maxwell Herron Bloomfield III

August 17, 1931 - April 21, 2017
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Maxwell Herron Bloomfield, III, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends at Jennie Sealy Hospital on Friday, April 21, 2017. He was born on August 17, 1931 and was 85 years of age. Maxwell attended Sacred Heart Elementary School and graduated Valedictorian in 1948 from Kirwin High School. He graduated with distinction from Rice…

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Bob Dalton, BA '77 JD '80 left a message on August 15, 2017:
I was very, very saddened to learn so belatedly of Dr. Bloomfield's passing via CUA's alumni network. When I was an undergraduate at CUA in the mid-'70's, Dr. Bloomfield encouraged me to take his graduate-level course in American Legal History to 1877. I was only a sophmore and the only non-history major and non-law student in the class, but he made sure I was able to keep up and I did so well on the final exam that I then took not only the second half of the course (American Legal History 1877 to the present) but I also later took both halves of his course in American Constitutional History. He was a truly superb professor. I attribute much of my success in my legal career to his careful coaching during my undergraduate years. He will always be in my prayers.
charles killebrew left a message on April 25, 2017:
In 1935 Maxwell Bloomfield started kindergarten with Edgar Anderson, Philip Meyer, Ebbie Pye, Richard Tobelman, John Schroeder, and Charles Killebrew. We all graduated together from Kirwin High in 1948. We all had utmost respect for Max because he always maintained the highest grades and almost perfect attendance. He inspired us all and we prospered because of his leadership. In later years, when any of us were gathered, we expressed our admiration of his academic accomplishments. Max was always in good spirits, fun to be around, never any negative thoughts. A good christian person and a great conversationalist. Max has all the qualifications to be a saint. He has my vote!
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