Intemann died on Feb. 21. He designed more than 60 shows for Cornell and worked in the department of performing and media arts.

Ed Intemann, Senior Lecturer Who ‘Lit the World,’ Dies at 60

E.D. Intemann, M.F.A. ’84, senior lecturer in the performing and media arts department and resident lighting designer at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts for over 20 years, died on Feb. 21. He was 60 years old. Intemann died suddenly at Upstate University Hospital in Syracuse, surrounded by family and friends. He is survived by his partner, Ellen Chase, his two sons and his two sisters.

Through collaboration with Cornell Food Venture Center and Martin Farms, Kelly Coughlin ’93 and Greg Woodworth ’94 transformed their cookie company into a sustainable business that transforms seeds into oil.

Cornell Alums Farm Business From Turning Seeds Into Oil

Kelly Coughlin ’93 and Greg Woodworth ’94 changed their business when they were offered the opportunity to collaborate with the Cornell Food Venture Center and Martin Farms. Stony Brook Wholehearted Foods became “one of America’s few artisan makers of culinary oils made exclusively from domestically sourced seeds.”