He was born in Milwaukee, Wis., and also lived in Montclair, N.J., and Washington, Conn., where he graduated from The Gunnery as a member of the football, hockey, and baseball teams as well as the Glee Club and Gun Club.
At Princeton he majored in philosophy and was on the boxing and polo teams, winning a trophy as a member of the championship team in freshman intramural polo.
After graduation from Princeton, “Linc,” or “Dutch” as he was known to us, started with Brooklyn Trust Co. After two years he found adding machines more interesting and began selling accounting machines for Remington Rand. He worked a while for National Cash Register Co. and later became associated with the Corning Records and Statistics Co. He soon was selling IBM machines and installing general office systems. His hobbies were golf and music.
To Linc’s family and friends, the class extends loving sympathy.