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Memorials by Class: 1963
Richard D. Banyard '63
Dick died peacefully Aug. 21, 2010, at home in Greenwich, Conn., after a battle with cancer. The son of an Episcopal bishop of New Jersey, Dick joined us...
James Paul Barr '63
Jim Barr, a v.p. and account executive for 32 years at Smith Barney, died of AIDS Mar. 12, 1995, in N.Y.C.Raised in Chatham, N.J., Jim prepared at South Kent School,...
Edward M. Berkelhammer '63
Ed Berkelhammer, a psychiatrist in Manhattan and senior attending psychiatrist for Rikers Island Correctional Facility, died of cancer Sept. 11, 2010, in New York...
John C. L. Black '63
JACK BLACK, attorney and dedicated outdoorsman, died of heart failure Feb. 19, 1993, in Los Angeles Intl. Airport, after arriving from a business trip to negotiate power...
James B. Blinkoff '63
James died March 21, 2011, at his home in Greenville, S.C., after a long struggle with diabetes. Jim came to Princeton from Bennett High School in Buffalo. He ate and...
David Brady Bryson '63
David, who spent most of his legal career advocating for better housing for the poor, died last Christmas morning with his family surrounding him. His life was cut short...
Louis Lawrence Chinatti '63
Lou, whose lifelong interest was Italian literature, died Feb. 19, 1998, at the home he shared with his sister, Rose Brennan, in Torrington, Conn.A longtime resident of...
Truman A. Clark '63
Truman Clark, an economist, died Feb. 21, 2010, of congestive heart failure in Healdsburg, Calif., where he grew up. † Truman had recently built a new home and grew...
Winston Hill Cox '63
Tony Cox died Sept. 21, 1996, of a heart attack after collapsing at a Manhattan health club.At Princeton Tony studied American civilization, played rugby, managed the...
Michael P. Eckles '63
Mike Eckles died Dec. 12, 2010, in Dodge City, Kan. He enjoyed a fulfilling and wide-ranging career that led him from retailing to green technologies, real estate,...
Frank Engel III '63
FRANK DIED May 27, 1990. at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital after a long illness.He was accountant with a private practice in Manhattan, specializing in financial...
Carl E. Ernst '63
Carl, a business innovator in using public records and information services, died Aug. 9, 2010, in Albany, N.Y., the city of his birth, after a long fight against...
John W. Gates III '63
John, a retired insurance executive, died May 5, 2012, at a Long Island, N.Y., nursing center where he was being treated for a stroke he suffered several months...
Oliver Porter Gillock Jr. '63
Ollie died of a massive heart attack Apr. 21, 2001, on the morning of what was to be a joyous 60th birthday celebration with friends, family, and Princeton...
Lawrence G. Golde '63
Larry, a distinguished appellate ≠litigator in Manhattan, a community activist, and a historical preservationist, died of cancer Nov. 25, 2011, at a ≠hospital near his...
Philip M.L. Gore '63
Mike, an executive and enthusiast of historical museums who lived in Essex Junction, Vt., died Oct. 14, 2010. Born in Washington, D.C., he graduated from St. Albans...
Hugh M. Griffiths '63
Hugh Minnich Griffiths, a physicist, died Feb. 19, 1996, at his home in Swannanoa, N.C., near Asheville. He was 53.He had lived in North Carolina since 1984, when he...
A. William Haarlow III '63
We lost one of our beloved classmates when Bill died of ALS on Jan. 30, 2002. Bill excelled at everything he tried ‚€” school, athletics, business, caring for his family...
John Bruce Hagan '63
We lost Bruce on Easter Sunday, March 23, 2008, after a brief illness. He was an active community member whose life’s work was in finance, starting after law school as a...
William Griffin Hayes '63
Bill Hayes, a highly respected attorney and community member in Santa Barbara, Calif., died Feb. 21, 2005, after battling a brain tumor. He lived nearly his entire...
William Prescott Hersey '63
BILL, A selfemployed architectural illustrator who lived in San Francisco, died suddenly of a heart attack March 31,1990.Born Sept. 4, 1940, in Boston, he attended...
John Ross Highland '63
JOHN, AN ATTORNEY with a solo practice in Chesterton and Valparaiso, Ind., died of a heart attack Mar. 16, 1992. Just after attending our 25th reunion, he received a...
Steven D. Hisley '63
Steve, a designer and manager of large computer projects, died Feb. 3, 2011, in Baltimore, where he grew up. He spent only a year at Princeton — retaining what he said...
George "Duffy" Hill Hughes '63
After an eight-year battle with breast cancer, Duffy died at home on Mar. 22, 2001.Raised in West Hartford, Conn., Duffy attended Phillips Academy, Andover, and was a...
James H. Hyland '63
Jim died peacefully in his sleep Jan. 28, 2013, at his home in Belleair Bluffs, Fla. He was chairman of Amglo Kemlite Laboratories, a global manufacturer of lighting...
Van W. Knox III '63
The class has lost one of its brightest stars with the death of Squire Knox, who died Nov. 29, 2007, at home in Naples, Fla., after a long battle with cancer. At...
Marshall West Jenney '63
Marshall Jenney, several times honored as Pennsylvania's leading breeder of thoroughbred racehorses, died Nov. 26, 2000, at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, of...
William H. Johns '63
Bill died peacefully May 19, 2008, at home in Topeka, Kan., in the company of family and friends. During a lengthy and devoted career in medicine, from which he retired...
Donald R. Knapp '63
Don Knapp, an avid family man, athlete, and business executive, died in his wife's arms Sept. 24, 1997, after a three-year battle with colon cancer. He died at his...
Ben E. Laden '63
A nationally known economist who worked in industry, government, and academia, Ben died Jan. 20, 2009, at home in Washington, D.C. He suffered from frontotemporal...
Paul Lippincott '63
PAUL LIPPINCOTT died at his home Apr. 24, 1990. He came to Princeton from St. Paul's School, preceded at Princeton by his father, his brother Walter '61, and his uncle...
Stephen C. Macaleer '63
THE CLASS of 1963 lost one of its most distinguished classmates when Steve Macaleer died of lymphoma Feb. 8, 1990, in Durham, N.C.Steve, one of six brothers to attend...
Allan McClain '63
The class lost one of its most capable members when Allan McClain died Sept. 6, 2007. † Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Allan majored in English at Princeton, graduated...
Richard F. McCready Jr. '63
Dick, an estate lawyer and banker in Winchester, Ky., died Aug. 22, 2011, in Charleston, S.C., from complications of a bacterial infection. Dick came to Princeton...
Charles E. Mitchell '63 *67
Charlie died March 10, 2008, of a massive heart attack after a typically productive day working on his beloved Colorado tree farm. † A champion pole-vaulter at Princeton...
Henry Clay Moses III '63
Henry Moses, revered headmaster of Trinity School in Manhattan and beloved vice president of our class, died April 16, 2008, from complications of a heart transplant....
Jeffrey Arnold Moss '63
The class lost Jeff, who co-founded "Sesame Street" and helped create the Cookie Monster and Oscar the Grouch on Sept. 24, 1998. He also is famous for writing songs such...
Marvin A. Mueller '63
Marv, a banker and civic leader in suburban St. Louis, died of a heart attack July 4, 2009. † He was a trust officer with Boatman’s, Commerce, and Bank of Sullivan,...
Frank Mccormick Nesbitt '63
FRANK DIED of cancer July 15, 1990, at his home in Upper Marlboro, Md. An emmywinning filmmaker who bad produced documentaries for Nad. Geographic and the Public...
A. Bruce Neuman '63
Our class lost one its finest when Bruce died of cancer Sept. 10, 2002, in Media, Pa. Bruce was born and raised in Philadelphia, and graduated from Haverford School,...
Frekerick T. Nichols '63
Rick Nichols died Aug. 16, 2010, in Greenfield, Mass. He had been in failing health for several years, suffering from complications of diabetes and related problems....
Alexander Forsyth Norcross '63
Alex Norcross died in his sleep of a massive heart attack Dec. 5, 1994, in Long Beach, Miss., where he was a patent attorney.Raised in Atlanta, where he attended...
Samuel W. Perry III '63
"Doc" PERRY DIED Mar. 15, 1994. He was 53. At Princeton, he was captain of the freshman lightweight crew, editor of THE TIGER, and in Cap and Gown. Most of us were more...
Charles Jackson Record '63
Jack Record died Sept. 10, 2006, of complications from a stroke he suffered several years earlier. He spent his final years in La Jolla, Calif., where he was moved (from...
Jeffrey Charles Rhode '63
JEFF DIED PEACEFULLY at home in Lyttelton, New Zealand, Feb. 7,1991. after a twoyear struggle against myeloma.He was a neuro-pathologist at North Canterbury Hospital....
John Lewis Smith III '63
Lew, one the nation’s prominent health-care attorneys, died Jan. 28, 2013, congestive heart failure at a nursing center in Clinton, Md. He had suffered a series...
Thomas C. Snively II '63
Tom, a medical-equipment sales executive who lived in Elverson, Pa., died Feb. 21, 2011, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Allentown, Pa., he went to The Hill...
Donald C. Stuart III '63
Jeb Stuart, the longtime co-owner, editor, and publisher of the Town Topics weekly newspaper in Princeton, died June 4, 2008, at home after a lengthy fight with prostate...
Burr Edgar Wallen '63
BURR, A PROFESSOR of art history at the Univ. of California at Santa Barbara, died of complications of AIDS Sept. 24, 1991, at his home in Santa Barbara.A specialist in...
V. I. Wexner '63
V. I. Wexner, a high school teacher in Redding, Calif., died July 1, 1993. He was chairman of the English department at Shasta H.S. He wrote at the time of our 25th...
Sheldon A. Zabel '63
Sheldon, one of the nation’s top environmental litigators, died Oct. 17, 2008, after a long battle with cancer. Sheldon joined our class from Sioux Falls, S.D., where...
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