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Mar.17, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 10


Andrew D. Strupp ’69

Published in the Mar.17, 2010, issue

Andrew D. Strupp ’69 Andrew Strupp died suddenly March 26, 2009, after a brief illness. Born in Elmshorn, Germany, he had lived in Salt Point, N.Y., since 1986.

At Princeton, Andy majored in the Woodrow Wilson School and wrote his thesis on China. After graduating from Harvard Law School, he worked as an international attorney for a number of corporations including Pratt & Whitney and General Electric. His knowledge of and interest in China and its culture served him well.

A landlord for 30 years, his hobbies included renovating and selling old houses, pruning trees, history, music, and gardening. A kind and generous person, he is remembered for his dry and splendid sense of humor.

Andy is survived by his wife, Genie E. Polower, and his mother, Clara J. Strupp. He will be missed by the many who knew, valued, respected, and loved him.

The Class of 1969

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