Herbert Moelis W53, 91, a past member of both the Penn Vet Board of Advisors and Penn Libraries Board of Advisors, died on October 6 after a battle with Parkinson’s disease. Born in Brooklyn, NY, Herb went on after Wharton to earn a law degree from New York University in 1956, along with his LLM degree specializing in tax law. He was also a certified public accountant. Herb became an entrepreneur and CEO of several companies, one of which was Equity Leasing Corp., which he took public. He embarked on a second career with his wife, Ellen, in 1986 when they purchased a farm in Delaware and started a thoroughbred horse breeding and racing operation, calling it Candyland Farm. In 1990, he founded the Thoroughbred Charities of America with his wife as well as American sportswoman Allaire du Pont. In addition to his board roles at Penn, Herb was presented with the Alumni Award of Merit in 2010. He sponsored Penn scholarships for four students in perpetuity. He is survived by family including wife Ellen; sons Ron C78 W78 (Kerry) and Ken W80 WG81, a Penn trustee (Julie W81); daughter Cindy W82 (Bob); and grandchildren Jordan W09 WG10 (Jordan), Andrew C10 (Rosa), Cory W11 WG18, Maddy W12 (Kevin), Stephanie (Joel), Adam W14, Kate C16, Claire, Paige W19 WG24, and Alexander.