Andrew Pattullo, former senior vice president and trustee of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, died July 13 at a skilled-nursing facility in Battle Creek, Mich. The cause of death was cancer, a foundation executive said.
Pattullo, 79, retired in 1982 after 38 years at the Battle Creek-based foundation, where he awarded $700 million in grants. Inducted into the Health Care Hall of Fame in 1990, Pattullo is best known for his influence on the development of graduate and undergraduate healthcare administration programs.