Current Issue

Jan.†19, 2011

Vol. 111, No. 6

Memorials

Memorials by Name: D

Edward Francis D'Arms '25 *36

IN THE DE&TH OF Chet D'Arms Mar. 3, 1991, the Class has lost another distinguished and respected member. He came to us from Mercersburg and was active in the Press Club,...

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Paul Ozcar D'Esterhazy '46

PAUL DIED on Jan. 1, 1988, after an extremely long and gallant fight against cancer.Paul joined in Sept. 1942, and several months later enlisted in the Amy, being...

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G. Warren Daane '32

Warren died Jan. 4, 2001. He was 89.He was a brilliant student, graduating as the top male student from Grand Rapids Central HS, summa cum laude from Princeton, and...

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Curtis B. Dall '20

CURTIS B. DALL, a retired stockbroker and a former son-inlaw of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who later became chairman of the Liberty Lobby, died June 28, 1991, at...

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Gerald Preston Dagenhardt '61

Gerry died Jan. 27, 2010, at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. † Born in Winston-Salem, N.C., he came to Princeton from Anniston (Ala.) High School. At...

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Mohammed A. Dahleh *87

Applied & Computational Math, July 29, 2000

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Edwin Harold Dahlgren Jr. *60

Edwin H. Dahlgren Jr., chemical engineer and consultant to the pulp and paper industry, died Apr. 30, 1998. He was 65.Edwin attended the U. of Washington, where he...

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McKim Daingerfield '37

Kim Daingerfield died Aug. 12, 2011. He was born in Baltimore, where he graduated from Gilman School. At Princeton he majored in history, was on the cross-country team,...

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Robert J. Daiute '51

Bob was born Dec. 27, 1926, the son of Carroll F. and Dorothy Park Daiute, in Braintree, Mass. He attended Braintree High School and Thayer Academy and served during...

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Robert James Daiute '79

Bob died peacefully Sept. 3, 2008, after suffering from complications of basal cell carcinoma. † He was born in Montpelier, Vt., July 4, 1957, to Eleanor and Robert...

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George Ernest Dale Jr. '39

Ernie died at his home in Princeton on April 20, 2007, after a long struggle with pulmonary fibrosis. Following graduation, his business career began at W.R. Grace Co....

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Martin Albert Dale '53

Marty, who came to Princeton on a William Cane Scholarship, and later showed his gratitude by establishing his own scholarships and fellowships, died Apr. 24, 2001, at...

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Allen McGill Daley '50

Allen died peacefully June 1, 2009, in Walnut Creek, Calif. A longtime resident of Greenville, Del., he moved to California to be near his family following the 2008...

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Angelo Henry Dalto '53

A credit to the legal profession and his community, Ange died of respiratory failure due to post-polio syndrome at his home in Piscataway, N.J., Jan. 16, 2003.Born in...

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George William Dalton Jr. '39

LAST HEARD FROM at the time of our 40th reunion, Bill died in Nov. 1990 in St. Augustine, Fla. "We learned this from his brother Jack Dalton '36, who told us that Bill...

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John Howard Dalton '36

Jack died at age 90 on Apr. 16, 2003, in Scottsdale, Ariz., of heart complications. He also suffered from macular degeneration and could no longer see to read, which was...

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William T. Dalton '54

Our beloved classmate Bill Dalton died Sept. 23, 2001, after a prolonged illness. Born in NYC, Bill prepped at Portsmouth Priory. At Princeton, he was a member of Tiger...

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Owen Daly II '47

Owen died March 22, 2012, at his home in Lutherville, Md. Owen had an outstanding career in banking and was an important community leader in Baltimore. After...

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Albert C. Dambrun *41

Economics, May 18, 2003

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John E. Damerel Jr. '27

Jack Damerel died Aug. 12, 1995, in Richmond Convalescent Center.Jack came to us from Erasmus H.S. At Princeton he was polo manger and a member of the University Band,...

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John Edward Damerel III '52

John Damerel died Jan. 17, 2001, of complications from Alzheimer's disease, which had affected the last 11 years of his life. His memorial service was held in the Bon...

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Samuel Perry Damerel '31

PERRY DIED Feb. 2, 1993, at the Newport News Baptist Retirement Community. He prepared at Erasmus Hall H.S., and while at Princeton was a member of the pistol team, band...

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Charles A. Dana Jr. '37

Entrepreneur and modest achiever Charlie Dana, trout fisherman and ardent Princetonian, died May 9, 2001, in an auto accident while crossing the street in NYC.He...

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David T. Dana Jr. '32

Dave Dana died of pneumonia Dec. 19, 1995, at Fox Hill Village retirement community in Westwood, Mass. He had been a lifetime resident of Lenox until moving to Marion,...

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Franklin B. Dana '26

Frank Dana died of a heart ailment Sept. 9, 1995, in Washington, D.C. Frank grew up in Wilkes-Barre, Penn. At Princeton he was a member of Arbor Inn and after graduation...

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James D. Dana '53

Although his father graduated from Williams, Jim, fortunately for us, followed in the undergraduate footsteps of his older brother, William Dale Dana’ 51. Also, like...

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William D. Dana Jr. '51

Bill was born April 1, 1929, in New York, the son of William Dale and Margaret Leach Dana. Bill graduated from Hotchkiss and majored in sociology at Princeton. He was...

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Walter E. Dandy Jr. '47

Walter died July 11, 2013 at the Broadmead Retirement Community in Cockeysville, Md. Because of his declining health, he had lived at Broadmead for the last two...

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Nelson B. Dane Jr. '49

Nelson died of heart failure Dec. 6, 2008, at the age of 81. † He prepared for Princeton at Millburn High School (N.J.) and majored in psychology. Nelson played on the...

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Donald Danforth Jr. '54

The class officers were saddened to learn that Donald died on Mar. 30, 2001, at his St. Louis home. Born in St. Louis, Don prepared for Princeton at St. Louis Country...

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Peter D. Danforth '55

While under hospice care for pulmonary fibrosis and after a long, meaningful life, Peter Danforth died June 29, 2011, in Alamo, Calif. He was 77. Former class...

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Jaquelin James Daniel '39

JACK DIED Aug. 7, 1990, in Jacksonville, Fla. The fourth generation of his family to live there, he was widely known and honored as the father of that city's...

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John E. Daniel '70

John died suddenly of heart failure April 25, 2007, in New York City. At Princeton John majored in history and graduated cum laude. He earned his law degree from...

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John Guild Danielson '58

John Danielson, a resident of Princeton almost continuously since arriving as a freshman at the University, died of cancer April 13, 2009, at home, surrounded by his...

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Thaddeus G. Dankel, Jr. *69

Mathematics, Nov. 10, 2005

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Elliot W. Dann '53

ON JULY 20, 1989, the Class lost one of its gentlest and toughest members. Elliot W. Dann died in his sleep after a four-year battle with A.L.S. (Lou Gehrig's...

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Alexander Wolfred Dannenbaum Jr. '33

Bink Dannenbaum died at his home in Boca Raton, Fla., Jan. 10, 2004. He was 93.Bink, a former senior vice president of Westinghouse Broadcasting, was a pioneer in the...

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Barry L. Danner '55

What is there to be said, without dread Of 50 years since the Tiger’s bed? Life in the world entered our souls Shaped our thoughts, inspired our goals Many were reached,...

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Robert Falzer Danziger '50

Bob Danziger died June 24, 1998, at his home in Flemington, N.J., of leukemia. He was 70.Bob prepared for Princeton at the Pingry School, from which he graduated cum...

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Clement Howell Darby '51

Clem died of a heart attack Jan. 21, 2003, while recovering from heart surgery. He came to Princeton from Abington [Pa.] HS on an NROTC scholarship and majored in basic...

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William Cleever Darcy Jr. '39

Bill died Dec. 30, 2000. For many years he and his wife, June, had divided their time between their home in Rochester, Minn., and at least four winter months in Hobe...

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Frank G. Darlington '14

FUNK G. DARLINGTON of the Class of 1914 died March 3, at his home in Leetsdale, Penn. He majored in civil egeneering at Princeton, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, Ivy...

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Joseph Benson Darlington '39

JOE DIED Oct. 8,1990, in Venice, Fla., where he had been living in retirement for the past eight years. His home had been in Windsor, Conn., where he was engaged in...

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Mary Katherine Baird Darmer '86

Mary Kathy Baird Darmer of Newport Beach, Calif., died Feb. 17, 2012. Kathy grew up in Waco, Texas, and attended Vanguard College Preparatory School. At Princeton, she...

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John Haughton Darms '56

John died Jan. 22, 2002, in NYC. Following graduation, he had a Keasbey scholarship to study classics for three years at Oxford. He shared "digs" with his classmates...

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Carl Longstreet Darnell '29

WE HAVE ONLY recently learned of Carl's death in 1988. He had prepared for college at Lawrenceville. At Princeton he played varsity water polo. His roommates were Fred...

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Whitney Darrow Jr. '31

Whitney was born Aug. 22, 1909, in Princeton and died Aug. 10 in Burlington, Vt. He was 89.He attended Greenwich [Conn.] H.S., and at Princeton he was a member of the...

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Henry Plauche Dart III '39

Harry died Oct. 23, 2001, in New Orleans. Harry had practiced law in New Orleans for 28 years when he retired in 1981. He then moved to Tucson, where he pursued his...

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W. Bond Dashiell Jr. '36

Bond, a lifelong resident of Memphis, Tenn., died June 6, 2005. A graduate of the Lawrenceville School, he majored in history at Princeton and was a member of Key and...

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Walter Daspit Jr. '41

JERRY DASPEI died of lung cancer in Sarasota Sept. 22, 1991. With the help of his children Linda and Jay he had been able to attend 1941's 50th Celebration last...

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Sydney S. Date '37

Syd Date, son of Lamson Date '43, died Jan. 15, 2001. A sales control manager and director of market research, he was a longtime resident of Winnetka, Ill. Wives...

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Arnold Henry Dater '38

ARNOLD DIED June 22, 1991, of liver cancer, at home in Fair Lawn, N.J., and went to his final rest clad in the Class jacket and tie he wore with pride to so many...

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Thomas E. Dater '51

Born on March 19, 1929, Tom was the adopted son of Eleanor Gott and John Y. Dater III ’21. He prepared at Ramsey (N.J.) High School. At Princeton he was active in...

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Clarence T. Daub '31 *32

Clarence T. Daub died May 30, 1997, at his home in La Mesa, Calif. Ted, as his classmates knew him, was born in Mercersburg, Pa. Upon graduation from Mercersburg Academy...

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Walter H. Daub '39

Walter Daub — also known as Bud, Buddy, or Dauber — died March 6, 2013, in Farmington, Maine. He was 97. His daughter, Faron, was at his side, as was Katy Taylor, the...

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James Campbell Daubenspeck '40

Jim died July 15, 2005, after a long illness.Growing up in western Pennsylvania, he graduated from Wilkensburg High School. At Princeton, he majored in politics,...

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Robert D. Daubenspeck '48

Bob Daubenspeck died at his home in Savannah, Ga., Aug. 28, 1995. He was a native of Butler, Penn., and joined us from Altoona H.S.Bob's Princeton years were interrupted...

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Thomas F. Daubert '52

A regular at Reunions, generally accompanied by his son, Tom Jr. ’74, Tom came to the class from the high school in Martins Ferry, Ohio. He majored in psychology,...

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Lucius L. Daugherty III '50

Lew died Jan. 30, 2011, in Irving, Texas. He was a career Army officer and recipient of a Bronze Star whose gravestone in the Dallas-Fort Worth National Cemetery...

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David Ernest Daum '60

Dave died of cancer Nov. 1, 2008, in San Juan Island, Wash. He was born July 31, 1939, in Pittsburgh and attended Shady Side Academy, where he was a member of the...

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Phillip Edward Daum '53

Phil died of esophageal cancer Oct. 14, 2007, at the Villages Hospice in The Villages, Fla. He attended Shady Side Academy in Pittsburgh prior to entering Princeton. He...

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Anthony W. Davenport '71

Tony died Jan. 6, 2004, at his home in Lancaster, Ohio, after a brave struggle with pancreatic cancer. He graduated from Princeton with a degree in architecture, but...

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William Weeks Davenport '48

Bill Davenport died Aug. 2, 2007, from complications of Alzheimer's disease at his home in Reston, Va. He was born in Jacksonville, Fla., and graduated from Lower...

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George Hamilton David '27

GEORGE DIED Aug. 16, 1988. After Princeton, die Univ. of Pittsburgh, and a few years with the Consolidated Gas Co. of N.Y., he devoted himself to the efficient...

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John Cyrenius David '51

John died on Oct. 26, 1997, after a long bout with emphysema, in Richmond, Va., his beloved city. Many were at his service in St. Stephen's Episcopal Church: those with...

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Arthur F. Davidsen '66

The class lost one of our country's most distinguished astrophysicists when Art Davidsen died July 19, 2001. Art had a recurring lung disorder, and died in the arms of...

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A. Hawthorne Davidson '37

TEX DAVIDSON, born in Dallas, theological scholar and exMarine, died Nov. 9, 1990, at home in Laurens, S.C., of heart failure. He left his widow, Eleanor, one son, and...

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Andrew I. Davidson '62

Andrew Davidson died in an automobile accident Dec. 21, 2006. Andrew was admitted to Princeton in the Class of 1961. However, he entered the college in 1959 with our...

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Donald Davidson '57

Don died June 22, 2010. † At Princeton, he majored in political science and joined Ivy Club. His chief interest was basketball. After graduation, Don earned an M.B.A....

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Jack Dougan Davidson '40

Jack, of Ambler, Pa., and Bethesda, Md., died March 20, 2007, at Chestnut Hill Hospital in Philadelphia. Jack prepared at Newark Academy and majored in...

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John Foster Davidson '34

John, who worked for more than 40 years in sales with the Miehle Printing Press and Manufacturing Co. (later the Miehle-Graphic Systems division of Rockwell...

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Mark L. Davidson '66

Mark Davidson lost his battle against cancer June 18, 1998. Mark died in Washington, D.C., where he had been in government service as deputy director of the Bureau of...

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Marshall Bowman Davidson '28

"Nip" Davidson, a prolific historian of American art and culture, died of pneumonia on Aug. 8, 1989, at Lenox Hill Hospital, in N.Y.C. His secondary education was at...

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Robert S. Davidson '40

Bob died Jan. 12, 2004, in California, his residence of choice since 1946.He prepared at Walton [N.Y.] HS. At Princeton, he majored in music, was a member of the band,...

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William Melvin Davidson '40 *41

Bill Davidson died Dec. 21, 1998, after a prolonged illness. Margaret and Bob Goheen, Yick Kuwayama, and Buz Bedford '39 were among those attending his memorial service....

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Arthur F. Davies Jr. '36

Art died Jan. 11, 2006. He was 92 and a longtime resident of Wilton, Conn. He prepared at Montclair (N.J.) High School and the Salisbury (Conn.) School. At Princeton...

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Charles Woolever Davies '38

Chiz died June 22, 2003.He came to Princeton via the Salisbury School and Montclair [N.J.] Academy. At Princeton he studied modern languages, played lacrosse, and was a...

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George Kalb Davies '22

George Davies died of complications following surgery in Marysville, Tenn., where he lived with Martha Burchfield, his second wife. His first wife, Winnifred...

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John Davies '47

John died March 27, 2012, in Coeur d’ Alene, Idaho, two years after a major stroke. John entered Princeton in the summer of 1943 after having attended Wyoming Seminary...

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Richard Livingston Davies '42

Dick died Dec. 3, 2002, of pancreatic cancer in Hillsboro Beach, Fla. After a career in engineering design, he retired to Florida with his wife, Caryl. She predeceased...

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Robert Benedict Davies '70

Robert Benedict Davies ’70 After an extended battle, Bert succumbed to leukemia Nov. 3, 2012. Bert followed his grandfather (Class of 1910) and father (1940) to ...

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Albert Harding Davis II '30

Albert died Dec. 14, 2000, in Connecticut, where he lived with his wife, Suzanne Arguimbau Davis, who survives him.Born in Brooklyn on July 4, 1908, Al prepared at the...

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Allen Aldrich Davis Jr. '33

Shortly after we had enjoyed the company of Isabel and Allen Davis at the Tides Inn in April, Allen died suddenly at home, in Towson, Md., on July 7, 1989. A service was...

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Carey Field Davis '73

Carey Davis died Nov. 6, 2005, of ovarian cancer.Throughout her life, Carey worked in education and with young people. She was director of the Presidio Hill School in...

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Charles S. Davis Jr. '36

He prepared for Princeton at Choate, and at Princeton, he majored in economics. Shortly after graduating, he married Elizabeth Mary Blood in Detroit. They had two...

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Claude Hunter Davis Jr. '45

Claude Davis died March 24, 2004.He entered Princeton from Andover and joined Quadrangle Club. He received a degree in economics magna cum laude in 1945. Claude was in...

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Cynthia E. Bashford Davis '79

Cindy died April 12, 2007, at her home, surrounded by her family, following a courageous two-and-half-year battle with breast cancer. Her sense of humor...

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Darvin D. Davis *66

Woodrow Wilson School, Jan. 8, 2005

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David Gray Davis '41

AFTER DAVE'S ACCIDENTAL death July 15, 1993, a memorial service was held for him in Denver's Evans Chapel, named for Dave's greatgrandfather John Evans, who was...

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Edgar Clark Davis '39

Ned died at his home in Upper Saddle River, N.J., on June 1, 2001. He prepared for Princeton at Taft School and for his entire working life was employed by the...

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Egbert L. Davis Jr. *34

Economics, Nov. 10, 2006

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Frank H. Davis Jr. '57

Frank died June 15, 2012, at age 76. He graduated from Milton Academy, where he was captain of the hockey and track teams. At Princeton he majored in psychology and...

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Frederick L. Davis Jr. '58

OUR CLASSMATE FRED DAVIS passed away in Dec. 1990, after a sixmonth bout with cancer. He had been a lifelong resident of Parkersburg, W.Va. Fred came to Princeton from...

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George D. Davis '47

George died June 25, 2012. George entered Princeton in July 1943 and graduated in June 1946. After graduation he earned a Ph.D. in neurophysiology from Yale. George...

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Hartford Montgomery Davis '61

Monty Davis, a key figure in the growth of professional theater in Milwaukee, died in his sleep May 20, 2007, following a stroke. Born in New York City, Monty came to...

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Hugh Joseph Davis '35 *36

HUGH DAVIS died of cancer in Highline Community Hospital, Seattle, on May 14, 1992.Most of his 40year career as an engineer was with the Boeing Company, where he...

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Jacob Erastus Davis II '56

Jack Davis died Aug. 29, 2003, in Columbus, Ohio, where he was born and where he practiced law after graduating from Ohio State's law school in 1963.At Princeton, Jack...

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James Holland Davis '43

Jim died on Mar. 12, 1997, while vacationing in Boca Grande, Fla. He was 76.A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., he was a graduate of Deerfield Academy before matriculating at...

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James Hornor Davis III '50

Jim died Mar. 4, 2004, in his native West Virginia.A Tower Club member, Jim graduated with honors from the Woodrow Wilson School. He earned a law degree from U. Va. in...

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Joel Davis '57

Joel suffered massive head injuries in a bicycle accident Feb. 21, 1995, dying shortly thereafter. He had been biking to tutor a sixth-grade class, when he collided with...

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John C. Davis *40

John C. Davis, a retired teacher and administrator who helped update and expand the curriculum at St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., died of a heart ailment Aug. 20,...

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John Charles Davis III '43

John died Aug. 14, 2003; he was 82.A Denver native born into one of Colorado's pioneer families, he attended Graland School and the Hill School in Pottstown, Pa., before...

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John H. Davis '51

Jack was born June 14, 1929, in New York, the son of Maude Bouvier and John Ethelbert Davis ’21. A 1947 graduate of Deerfield, he majored in history at Princeton, was ...

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John S. Davis Jr. '53

The Alumni Records office advised us that Jack died Oct. 26, 2012, in Napa, Calif. He entered Princeton from Haddonfield (N.J.) High School, majored in philosophy,...

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John Spencer Davis '43

Spence died June 15, 2007, at age 85 of complications from a stroke in East Hampton, N.Y., where he lived full-time since 2003. He was an investment banker in Washington...

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Lawrence Lindsley Davis '51

Larry was born Nov. 8, 1929, in Flushing, N.Y., the son of C. Olden Davis ’15 and a descendant of Philip Lindsley 1804, acting president of Princeton from 1822 to 1823....

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Norman Frederick Davis '70

FRED DAVIS died Nov. 21, 1991, in New York, after a threeyear illness. He is survived by his father, Clay; his mother, Norma; his sister, Donna Lee; and his brother,...

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Otis Benson Davis '46

Otis “O.B.” Davis died Oct. 26, 2009, at home in Kent, Conn., after brief illness. He was 85. He graduated from Kent School in 1942, returning there in 1949 to teach...

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Patrick Henry Davis Jr. '36

Pat, of Winston-Salem, N.C., died Jan. 19, 1996. After graduation from Englewood School in Englewood, N.J., he attended Princeton for two years.He spent his business...

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Poncet Davis '52

A leader in the rubber business and the head of his family’s firm, Robbins Tire & Rubber Co., Ponce died April 24, 2010. Before Princeton, he graduated from Culver...

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Ralph Emerson Davis Jr. '46

Ralph died Nov. 13, 2002, of pneumonia near his home in Vail, Colo. Born in Pittsburgh, he prepped at Mercersburg Academy to enter Princeton in engineering. He left for...

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Rex D. Davis *66

Rex D. Davis, former director of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) who started out by arresting “moonshiners,” died Jan. 7,...

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Richard P. Davis '47

Dick died Apr. 22, 2003. Many of us remember him as an articulate, witty, and talented classmate ‚€” a charismatic Triangle Club star. Close friends recall how he...

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Robert M. Davis '42

Twink Davis died Sept. 1, 2013, at Pennswood Village in Newtown, Pa. He grew up in Lawrenceville, N.J., where he attended the Lawrenceville School. At Princeton,...

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Roger Brouk Has Davis '39

Rog died peacefully July 6, 2004, in Charlottesville, Va., where he had been living in retirement since 1983.His business career spanned 37 years. His first job, with...

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Samuel Boyer Davis '36

"Bogey" died Nov. 6, 2000. He prepared at St. Mark's School. At Princeton he majored in political science and was a member of Cottage Club. He later received an MAT from...

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Thomas A. Davis '53

Tom, whose hockey teammate David Erdman remembers him as an anchor at center on the second line of Princeton’s 1952-53 Pentagonal Hockey Championship Team along with...

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Warren B. Davis '58

Warren died of Parkinson's at home on Jan. 28, 2001. Warren came to Princeton from Culver Military Academy. He majored in electrical engineering and was a member of...

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William P. Davis III '31

Bill Davis was born in Philadelphia Dec. 29, 1909, and died Oct. 12, 1999, of complications associated with Parkinson's disease. Except for WWII, he spent his entire...

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William Warren Davis '44

WILLIAM W. DAVIS died March 2, 1990, in Abilene, Tex., his home since 1952. Born in Baxter Springs, Ark., he moved to Tulsa, Okla., at age 12, and prepared for Princeton...

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Jack T. Davison '51

Jack was born May 12, 1929, in St. Louis to Margaret Todd and Harold P. Davison. He was a graduate of University City High School. At Princeton he roomed with Bill...

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Roderic H. Davison '37

Learned historian, accordion player, quartet singer, and faithful Princetonian, Rod Davison, died Mar. 23, 1996, of lung complications. His wife, Louise, whom he married...

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Walter Phillips Davison '39

Our class orator at our Commencement in 1939 died May 16, 2012. In his June 20, 1939, speech he prophesied, “Perhaps we shall see the unification of China and the...

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Myron S. Davy '16

Myron S. Davy died on Sept. 15, 1988, in Chevy Chase, Md., where he had lived for years, managing his rental properties with the assistance of his son. After graduation,...

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H. Dunlop Dawbarn '37

Fibers plant manufacturer, Virginia senator, constant classmate communicator, and caretaker of deceased classmates' children, Buz Dawbarn died Dec. 31, 1998, from a...

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William N. Dawes '55

ON SEPT. 10, 1992, Bill lost a 15month battle with prostate cancer and died at home in Concord, Mass. With him were his wife of 30 years, Claiborne (Watkins): his son...

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George Spangler Dawkins '53

George died May 27, 2000, in an auto accident while vacationing in Spain. His wife, Carole, also was killed. Entering Princeton from Upper Derby H.S., George graduated...

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Chandler R. Dawson '52

Chan died March 26, 2013. He entered the class after graduating from East Denver (Colo.) High School. He joined Dial Lodge, majored in chemistry, and roomed with Jet...

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Edward B. Dawson '36

Ed died Aug. 27, 2003; he was 88.He attended Western HS in DC and Exeter Academy. At Princeton he majored in political science and was a member of Court Club. In 1940 he...

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Frank G. Dawson '57

Frank died in July 2007 from liver disease. At Princeton, he majored in the Woodrow Wilson School, concentrating in Latin America, and participated in Orange Key, the...

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James B. Dawson '49

Jim died Nov. 12, 2002. He was 76. He is identified in our Freshman Herald as Bernard Kazlauskas, but changed his name shortly after graduation. He came to Princeton...

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James B. Dawson '49

Jim died Nov. 12, 2002. He was 76. He is identified in our Freshman Herald as Bernard Kazlauskas but changed his name shortly after graduation. He came to Princeton from...

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Jay W. Dawson '76

It is with great sadness that the class reports the death of Jay Dawson March 28, 2012, in Pennsylvania, a few days after he collapsed while jogging. Jay came to...

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John E. Dawson '50

"Bull" Dawson died on Mar. 23, 1989, at the age of 61. He was known to his Princeton friends as "Bull" (or "Bulldog") because of his tenacious feelings about what he...

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Laurence Rolf Russell Dawson '42

Larry Dawson died Dec. 4, 2007, in Los Altos Hills, Calif.† Larry was the son of John C. Dawson Jr. 1912. His father and mother were killed in an airplane crash when he...

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Charles Pope Day Jr. '54

Charles Day Jr., a retired Naval commander, died suddenly June 1, 2008, while on board a Navy ship en route from Hawaii to San Diego. Born in New York City, he enjoyed...

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Daniel O Day '29

Dan died Apr. 30, 1999. He prepared for college at Taft. At Princeton he was a freshman wrestler, manager of football, and on the board of athletic control. He was a...

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Reuben A. Day Jr. *40

Chemistry, April 24, 2005

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Thomas Ewing Day '51

Tom died in Waltham, Mass, June 20, 1997. He was born in Philadelphia. At Princeton he majored in electrical engineering and was a member of the chess club and Court...

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David Draper Dayton Jr. '41

It is said that shelter ranks with food in sustaining life, and there are precious few men who devote energy and resources to the growing worldwide problem of...

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George D. Dayton III '52

George came to the class from Wayzata, Minn., after graduating from the Blake School, by way of Lawrenceville. His grandfather, D. Draper Dayton, was in the Class of...

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John W. Dayton Jr. '33

WE LOST JACK Dec. 3, 1993, from a heart attack. He lived in a beautiful house by the water in Lloyd Harbor on Long Island, N.Y., not far from Bayside, where he was born...

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Kenneth W. Dalzell Jr. '39

Daz died Nov. 17, 2011, in Clearwater, Fla., his home since 1954. He was 96. He once wrote about his career as an architect there, “We designed junior colleges for the...

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Clifford de Baun *49

Woodrow Wilson School, May 25, 2006

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Peter Force de Baun '56

PETER De BAUN died unexpectedly of a heart attack on May 16, 1989, in Stamford, Conn., his home of the past seven years. Born in N.Y.C., on July 4, 1934, Peter came to...

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Robert M. De Baun '90

Rob died suddenly of heart failure June 3, 2009, at his home in Princeton. † Rob came to Princeton from Groton School, majored in history, and was a member of Charter...

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Francis Kingsland de Beixedon '36

AT 77, FRANCIS died suddenly Apr. 15, 1992, in Mazatlan, Mexico.He prepared at the Stony Brook School. At Princeton he majored in philosophy, was on the fencing team,...

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Edward H. de Coningh '22

ED DE CONINGH died at his home in Shaker Heights, Ohio, May 5, 1991. He is survived by his widow, Martha; two daughters; a son, Edward Jr. '51; nine grandchildren; and...

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Henry Leon de Give Jr. '29

Henry died Jan. 12, 2001. He prepared for Princeton at St. Paul's. At Princeton he was a member of the Daily Princetonian board, manager of the band, and a member of...

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John Burr de Graw '32

JOHN DE GRAW, a longtime newspaper editor and publisher, died at the Forestview Nursing Home in Wareham, Mass., on Aug. 18,1991. Ill health had required his move there...

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Alfred De Jonge '49

Al died April 1, 2011, in Stamford, Conn. † At age 14 he narrowly escaped the Holocaust by helping his family get to England; a year later they moved to the United...

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Donald C. de la Chapelle '50

Don, a man of strong faith and love of family, died of Alzheimer’s disease June 21, 2013. Don was born in New York City and graduated from Horace Mann School. At...

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Roger A. de Laix *67

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Darragh de Lancey Jr. '27

DARRAGH DELANCEY DIED Dec. 22, 1994, at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, N.J., after a long illness, which culminated in a heart attack. He carne to Princeton...

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Genest de Larbre '46

Genest de L'Arbre died July 14, 2003, in Reno, Nev., where he lived with his wife of 55 years, Jean.A native of Belgium, he came to America in 1940 as a refugee from...

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John Navarre de Macomb Jr. '35

Born in Bay Head, N.J., July 20, 1913, Frenchie died at the Rush Hospice Northshore in Evanston, Ill., on July 8, 2000. He was 86.He prepped for Princeton at Chicago's...

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Ernest Valiant de Moss '44

ERNIE DIED from a heart ailment, while visiting family in Plano, Tex., May 21, 1991. He was a truly admirable man, dedicated to his medical calling, his family, and his...

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Ariel Brun de Pontet '62

Ariel died at home in Washington, D.C., of colon cancer on Sept. 23, 2000. Never one to dwell on illness, he sustained his family and friends with his gusto for life and...

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James Ralph de Rocco '60

JIM DE ROCCO was born Aug. 24, 1937, in Bethlehem, Penn., and died Apr. 2, 1991, He was 53 years old. For the past fifteen years, Jim was a selfemployed real estate...

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Frederic C. De Sibert '53

Fred, as he was known to family and friends, was born in Geneva, Switzerland, and educated in France until 1947, when he flew to the United States for the first time and...

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Jacques Blaise de Sibour Jr. '54

Diz died July 9, 2005, of cancer at his home in Cape May, N.J.He prepared for Princeton at Phillips Andover Academy. At Princeton, he majored in history, served as...

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Stephen L. De Staebler '54

Stephen De Staebler died May 13, 2011, at his Berkeley (Calif.) home from complications of cancer. † Born in St. Louis, he attended Kirkwood (Mo.) High School and took...

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Jean-Louis De Turenne '64

Jean-Louis de Turenne died April 19, 2011, in Monaco after a long illness. Born of the highest French nobility and raised in Philadelphia by his French mother and...

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Peter Jon De Vos '60

Pete died suddenly June 9, 2008, at his home in Grant-Valkaria, Fla., after a distinguished career in the Foreign Service. Pete was born in San Diego and came to...

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David Duffield Deacon '40

Only recently have we learned of the death of Dave Deacon, whose location at the time of his death, Apr. 9, 1995, was Newnan, Ga. He was raised in NYC and prepared at...

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Frank James Dean Jr. '33

Frank Dean died on Feb. 20, 2000, in Prairie Village, Kans. He was 88. He attended Shattuck H.S., in Fairbuilt, Minn., and received degrees in mechanical engineering...

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George Alden Dean '52

George died of complications from aggressive lung cancer Jan. 10, 2003. His memorial service was held at Trinity Church, in Southport, where a parishioner noted that "it...

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James Edgar Dean '45

Jim died Jan. 5, 2001, after a long illness.Jim entered Princeton with the large contingent from Lawrenceville and joined Cap and Gown. He left Princeton for WWII...

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Peter Michael Dean '41

Pete died Jan. 28, 2003, of cancer. A lifelong resident of Greenwich, Conn., he came to us from Choate. In college he majored in biology and was a member of Cap &...

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Michael D. Debevec '73

Michael Debevec died suddenly Dec. 30, 2012, of a heart attack. At Princeton he was a member of the Triangle Club tech crew and played clarinet in the marching band. The...

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Charles R. Debevoise '47

Charlie, one of our first honorary classmates, died at his home in Harding Township, N.J., on May 28, 1996, after a long illness, which he confronted with his customary...

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Paul Constant Debry Jr. '43

Paul died June 7, 1997, at Piedmont [N.C.] Medical Center. He was 75.A native of Tarrytown, N.Y., he prepared at Repton and Rugby in England. During WWII, Paul served...

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Edward Horace Decker '36

ED, AT THE age of 80, died Apr. 22, 1993, in Ridgewood, N.J., where he had lived since 1918.He prepared at Phillips Exeter Academy. At Princeton, he majored in politics...

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Frank Randolph Decker '32

Frank Decker died Nov. 24, 1996, about one after he was diagnosed with cancer. He had lived in Garden City, Long Island, until he moved to Essex, Conn., several...

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Judson Decker '46

Jud died June 10, 2002, of a stroke, at his home in Birmingham, Mich. He came to Princeton from West Waterloo HS in the fall of 1942, entering the Army's 10th Mountain...

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Richard R. Decker '47

Richard Decker died Dec. 6, 2013, in Seattle. He was born in Pittsburgh April 22, 1926, and entered Princeton in the summer of 1943. Returning after a short stint in...

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Roger B. Decker '53

PRINCETON'S CLASS OF 1953 has lost one of its most dedicated members. Roger Decker succumbed to cancer Sept. 6, 1993, after a long and gallant fight.Roger came to us...

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William Schoonover Decker II '45

Bill died Aug. 9, 2007. Bill prepared for Princeton at Montclair Academy in New Jersey. He joined Dial Lodge, but also joined the V-12 program and was commissioned in...

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E. Stevens DeClerque '47

Steve is fondly remembered by his ’47 friends for his infectious joie de vivre. He served in the Marine Corps for three years after a freshman semester in the summer of...

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Donald Williamson DeCoster Jr. '44

Don died Nov. 1, 2008, in hospice in Fort Myers, Fla. † Born in St. Paul, Minn., he prepped at St. Paul Academy. At Princeton, he majored in politics, was a member of...

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Steven Cole Decoster '55

Steve died Apr. 19, 2002, of Alzheimer's. He was reared in St. Paul, Minn., and attended the St. Paul Academy. At Princeton he majored in English and studied in the...

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Samuel S. DeCou III '52

Sam DeCou died Oct. 26, 2008. He wrote in our 50th yearbook † that he had had “a wonderful life.” † Sam graduated from the Lawrenceville School. At Princeton he planned...

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Joseph E. Dedeo '59

Joe DeDeo, a retired advertising executive, died of lung cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in NYC on Dec. 8, 2000.Joe was born in Newark, N.J., and prepared...

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William Rockwell Dederer '99

Bill died Aug. 17, 2006, while entertaining children with disabilities at a summer camp. He was born June 3, 1977, in Westfield, N.Y., and raised in Fredonia, N.Y. and...

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Stevan Dedijer '34

Steve, who founded the research policy institute at Sweden's Lund University, thus beginning his pioneering work in business intelligence, on which he published more...

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John A. Deery '50

John died of prostate cancer Dec. 1, 2005, at his home in Mattapoisett, Mass.Born in Salem, Mass., John graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy. At Princeton, he majored...

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Rudolph H. Deetjen Jr. '54

Rudolph Deetjen died unexpectedly Aug. 29, 2011, at Massachusetts General Hospital. Born in Newark, N.J., he graduated from Montclair Academy. Rudy was active in crew...

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John E. Deford Jr. '38

Gus died of asthmatic bronchitis Dec. 18, 2004, at his longtime Baltimore home.Before he was 18, Gus lived in nine different homes and apartments in the Baltimore area,...

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Albert Croll Ivins Defriez '40

At Harvard, the Gordon Hall flag flew at half-mast following Ivy's death on Apr. 13, 2003, a rare honor for a non-Harvard Medical School graduate.Ivy prepared at Noble...

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John Alden Degen Jr. '29

JOHN DIED Jan. 7, 1993. He had prepared for college at St. Marks. At Princeton, he was on the freshman crew and varsity fencing team. He roomed with Chick Jacobus. After...

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Mary L. Deibel *76

Mary Deibel, a journalist who covered Washington, D.C., for the Scripps Howard newspapers, died of cancer May 3, 2013. She was 65. Deibel graduated from Duke in 1970...

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Irvin S. Deibert '49

Irvin Deibert died Jan. 6, 2013, at his home in Asheville, N.C. Irv was born Sept. 24, 1927, in Camden, N.J., and graduated from The Hill School. After serving in the...

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E. Andrew Deiss Jr. '52

Andy Deiss died Dec. 25, 2010, in Salt Lake City. At Princeton, Andy majored in psychology as a premed student and was a member of Colonial Club. He earned a medical...

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John English Deitrick '29

John died on Sept. 29, 2000. He was 95. He prepared for Princeton at Wyoming Seminary. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. After graduation, he attended...

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David C. Delacour '59

Dave died Nov. 21, 2010, at home in Reno, Nev. Born in Philadelphia, and coming to Princeton from Choate, Dave majored in English, ate at Dial, taught wrestling at the...

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Philip H. DeLacy *36

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Edward C. Delafield Jr. '28

ED DELAFIELD DIED Dec. 16, 1993, in Sarasota, Fla., where he had made his home for 18 years. He prepared for college at Pomfret, and left Princeton at the end of...

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Maturin L. Delafield '55

Mat died April 11, 2007, in Princeton after a valiant struggle against Parkinson’s disease. Born in New York City he attended Pomfret School. At...

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William S. Delafield '37

Bill Delafield died Nov. 20, 2010. † He was born in Westhampton Beach, N.Y. He prepared for Princeton at Lawrenceville, where was a scholarship winner. At Princeton...

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Benjamin Osbun Delaney '35

BEN DIED unexpectedly of an aneurysm in Silver Spring, Md., on Feb. 2, 1993, at the age of 80.He came to Princeton from the Hun School and majored in mechanical...

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Edmund Thomas Delaney '33

Ed Delaney died in Chester, Conn., on Dec. 17, 2000. He was 86. Ed had mild dementia. He had left his home one afternoon and did not return. A search by scout troops and...

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Douglas Delanoy Jr. '50

Doug died Sept. 26, 2011, in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He entered Princeton, where his father was in the Class of 1917, from The Hill School. He participated in track his...

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Hunter L. Delatour Jr. '38

Hunter Delatour died Jan. 17, 2013, in Carmel, Calif. Hunter prepared for Princeton at Great Neck (N.Y.) High School, where he was on the tennis team and active in...

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David J. Delgado '62

David died Nov. 1, 2002. He came to Princeton from Andrew Jackson High School in Queens, N.Y., entering with the Class of 1961. David took a year off in 1960 to study...

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Herbert Claude Delia '53

With sadness we have just learned that Herb D'Elia died June 19, 1986, in Pasadena, Calif. Herb was born in Milford, Mass., and prepared at St. Mark's. Freshman year he...

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Andrew Richard Demar '56

Andy died of leukemia in Cincinnati on May 7, 2000. Born and bred in northern New Jersey, he came to Princeton from Union H.S., majored in English, joined Elm Club, sang...

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Richard Howard Demaree '39

Dick died at home in West Long Branch, N.J., on Mar. 6, 2001, after a lengthy illness. From the day he opened his practice in 1945 until he retired in 1987, he was...

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David P. Demarest Jr. '53

David is another classmate whose death notice has just been received. He died Oct. 15, 2011, from Alzheimer’s disease. † Born in Englewood, N.J., he came from Dwight...

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William G. Demarest '40

Bill Demarest died May 4, 1996, in Beaufort, S.C., his principal residence for the past 10 years. He prepared at Loomis School, and at Princeton he majored in...

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Robert Treat Deming '44

Bob, a longtime Air Force chaplain, died in Fredericksburg, Texas, May 17, 2008. He was 85. Bob had an absolute zest for living, and showed it. Born in Elizabeth, N.J.,...

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James W. Demmel '46

Jim died Mar. 10 , 2000, of Alzheimer's disease after a long illness. A Pittsburgh native, he came to Princeton from Kiski Preparatory School. Joining the Marine V-12...

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Jean-Jacques Demorest *49

Jean-Jacques Demorest, a scholar and professor of French at leading American universities, died Nov. 16, 2013, in France. He was 93. Born in France, Demorest joined the...

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Donald Arthur Demott '52

DON'S PROMISING CAREER in the ministry was cut short after the diagnosis of an aggressive cancer. He died Dec. 13,1966, just nine months following the discovery of his...

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Richard H. Demuth '31

Dick died of congestive heart failure June 14, 2006, at his home in Bethesda, Md. He was born Sept. 11, 1910, in New York City and prepared for Princeton at the Horace...

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David Reed Denby '54

Reed Denby died July 20, 2011, from Parkinson’s disease. Reed left Princeton at the completion of his freshman year. He was employed by U.S. Steel in industrial...

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Peter Denby '51

ON APR. 17, 1991, in Pittsburgh, Peter lost a long battle with cancer and died in the arms of his beloved wife, Peggy. Gritty to the end, he sang with her the songs they...

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Brian J. Dendle *66

Brian Dendle, retired professor in the department of Spanish and Italian at the University of Kentucky, died Sept. 3, 2013, at the age of 77. Born in Oxford,...

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Frank G. Denig '59

Frank died in Connecticut on Sept. 1, 2001, of multiple myeloma. A native of NYC, Frank majored in history at Princeton, took meals at Terrace Club, played freshman...

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Marshall Esty Denkinger '56

Esty died of a heart attack on Sept. 15, 2000, while he and his wife, Betty, were touring northern Spain with a group of '56 classmates and their wives.At Princeton Esty...

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Richard Arthur Dennen '52

Dick "Duke" Dennen died peacefully at his Wyckoff, N.J., home Oct. 15, 2003.Born in Brooklyn and reared in Sea Girt, N.J., he entered Princeton as a veteran of the Army...

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Charles E. Denney '44

Chuck Denney died Feb. 1, 2005, in Delray Beach, Fla.He went further than any member of '44 in film acting: He was Meryl Streep's dinner partner in Heartburn, danced...

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Alfred P. Dennis '38

Alfred P. Dennis died Sept. 23, 2009, at Sage Hill Farm, his home in Leesburg, Va. Alfred was preceded at Princeton by nine family members. He prepared at Blair...

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John P. Dennis Jr. '58

John died July 2, 2004, in Houston after a long and courageous battle with diabetes.Born in St. Paul, Minn., John grew up in Scarsdale, N.Y. He majored in English at...

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Michael Dennis '58

Mike Dennis, who lived nearly all his life in Montreal, Canada, died there suddenly of heart disease Dec. 17, 2008. He was 72. Mike came to us from Lower Canada College...

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John L. Dennison '73

John Dennison of Landenberg, Pa., died suddenly June 30, 2013, at age 60, leaving behind his beloved wife, Denise; his father, David; sisters Karen, Andy, and Danny;...

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Charles P. Dennison '39

The Princeton Chapel, where his strong tenor voice was heard for so many years, was the site of Charlie’s memorial service Nov. 26, 2011. His family spoke words of...

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Robert Evans Dennison Jr. '37

Bob died Aug. 9, 2008, in Vero Beach, Fla. † He was born in East Orange, N.J., where he graduated from the Morristown School and was on the hockey and tennis teams. At...

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Edward Evans Denniston Jr. '42

Ted died Mar. 22, 2000, in Steuben, Maine, his home since 1987. In engineering and sales most of his career, Ted was retired at the time of his death.Ted prepared...

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George Clinton Denniston '27

DENNY DIED Oct. 19, 1991 appropriately he would have thought on his way to a Princeton football game. Questioned about his hobbies, for '27's THIRTYFIFTH RECORD, he...

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Clinton G. Denny '43

Clint Denny died May 10, 2013, in Hockessin, Md. He was born in Newark, N.J., and entered Princeton from Columbia High School in Maplewood, N.J., where he was on the...

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Alfred Pont Du Dent '55

Alfred du Pont Dent died Aug. 21, 1997, of a lymphoma.Born in Wilmington, Del., where he spent most of his life, he prepared at St. George's School. He majored in...

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Daniel M. Dent '23

Daniel Dent died Oct. 14, 1994, in Middletown, Conn., close to his home in Essex.Son of the late Elbert and Jane Miller Dent, Daniel was born in Washington, D.C., and...

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Fordham H. Deopker '26

FORD DEOPKER, a resident of Richmond, Va., since the early 1930s, died Feb. 13, 1992. Ford came to Princeton from Culver Military Academy and after graduation worked for...

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Michael V. Deporte '60

After a courageous battle with non-Hodgkins' lymphoma, Michael died at his home in Dover, N.H., Dec. 9, 2003. He was 64.He attended the Milne School in Albany, N.Y., and...

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Paul V. Deporte '39

PAUL DIED Dec. 31, 1993, of a sepsis while recovering from GuillainBarre Syndrome at a rehabilitation hospital. He had retired in 1983 after 37 years as a medical...

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Robert Deraney '80

Robert Deraney was born on Apr. 20, 1958. He was killed Sept. 11, 2001, during the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Bob was attending a breakfast meeting at...

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George Townsend Derby '25 *28

COL. GEORGE TOWNSEND DERBY, son of Col. George McClellan Derby, was born Jan. 14, 1905, and died in Naples, Fla., Oct. 28, 1992. He left us at the end of sophomore year...

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Haluk M. Derin *72

Electrical Engineering, Feb. 24, 2002

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Florindo Michael Derosa '37

Insurance claims adjuster Fred DeRosa died Nov. 29, 1996, leaving his second wife, Catherine (Anne had predeceased), children Mickey, Kathleen, and Donald, three...

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Peter S. Derow *70

Peter S. Derow, Hody fellow and tutor in ancient history at Wadham College of Oxford University, died Dec. 9, 2006, of a heart attack. He was 62. An expert on ancient...

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Charlton deSaussure '42 *42

Charlton deSaussure died of a ruptured aneurysm Nov. 6, 2008, in Charleston, S.C. † Charlton was born in Fort Clark, Texas, and grew up in various Army posts, following...

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Antonio Cosme Descamps '69 *71

We note with great sadness that Antonio Descamps died peacefully, surrounded by his loved ones, on May 15, 1989, in Sausalito, Ca1if., after a year of AIDS-related...

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Charles Franklin Deshler '34

FRANK DESHLER, known in undergraduate days as Ditch or Desh, died Jan. 17, 1993, it has just been learned, of congestive heart failure, at Halifax Medical Center in...

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Joseph Desipio '33 *34

Joe DeSipio died Feb. 5, 1998, in Philadelphia, of cancer. He prepared the following memorial for himself.Joe, a retired ballet dancer, was born in South Philadelphia in...

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George W. DeSousa '38

George DeSousa died May 30, 2009, in Meriden, Conn. † Bill prepared for Princeton at Choate School. At Princeton, he majored in economics and S.P.I.A., graduating with...

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Joseph Hall Detweiler '41

Joe died in Gainesville, Fla., Feb. 8, 1997. Catherine "Cay," his widow, recalls that he was devoted to his class, the university, Elm Club, and his fellow engineers. He...

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Charles Henry Detwiller Jr. '39

DET DIED of a heart attack at his Cape Cod home on May 11, 1991. He had been living there in retirement since 1985, when he closed the Plainfield architectural firm he...

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James Young Deupree '42

Jim Deupree died of cancer Sept. 19, 1999, in Boston. He retired in 1972 from Procter & Gamble, where he worked in various management capacities.Coming to Princeton from...

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Richard Redwood Deupree Jr. '36

Dick died on Feb. II, 1989, in Scottsdale, Ariz. He was born on Oct 3, 1914, in Cincinnati and prepared at the Tome School. At Princeton, he majored in history and was...

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Robert R. Deutsch '36

Bob died Feb. 22, 2005. He was a recent resident of Venice, Fla. For many years he summered in Yarmouth Port, Mass., and wintered on Water Island, U.S.Virgin Islands.He...

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Donald R. DeVeaux '47

Our youngest classmate, Don entered Princeton in 1943 at age 15. He joined the Navy immediately upon reaching the ripe age of 17, served in the North Atlantic from 1945...

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William Van Fowler Deventer '28

BILLVAN DEVENTER died Nov. 6, 1991, after a long illness, at his home in Tubac, Ariz. He retired in 1969, and, after living in Far Hills and Bedminster, N.J., and...

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C. Robert Devine '38

BOB DEVINE died of prostate cancer Jan. 6, 1990. Before retirement, he was V.P. of the Reader's Digest Assn., in charge of public affairs and the considerable good works...

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Charles Adcock Devinne '48

Our honorary classmate, Charles Adcock Devinne died Mar. 1, 1999 in Middletown, Conn. Chuck was a graduate of the Choate school and had strong feelings of allegiance...

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Walter J. Devlin '37

FAITHFUL PRINCETONLAN Wait Devlin died July 26, 1990, after a short but valiant battle with cancer.Walt came to Princeton from Lawrenceville. At Princeton he majored in...

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George Washington Devoe '46

Self-styled country lawyer George W. DeVoe died Jan. 12, 2004, at his longtime home in Highland Park, N.J.A graduate of Phillips Exeter Academy, he entered Princeton in...

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Gordon Belmont Dew '49

Gordon died Sept. 11, 2002. He was 77. He prepared for Princeton at Middletown HS in Knoxville, Tenn. He came to Princeton after service in the Pacific during WWII. He...

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Thomas R. Dew '50

Tom died his Chadds Ford, Pa., home on July 6, 2002. His life was filled with community contributions.Tom graduated from Westtown (Pa.) School, majored in sociology...

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John L. DeWalt '84

Jack died peacefully at home Jan. 16, 2009, after a battle with cancer. † Jack came to Princeton from Brookfield, Wis. There he found early success as an interior...

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Paul Carpenter Graves Dewey '53

“Carpie” Dewey, a leading attorney who, as chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, advocated using television cameras in city courtrooms, called for the merit...

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William Chapman Dewey '87

Chapman Dewey died unexpectedly of a heart attack July 19, 2012. Chapman came to Princeton from Memphis University School, where he was class salutatorian, a National...

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Stephen Bronson Dewing '42

Steve died Feb. 7, 1996, in Norway, Maine, of Parkinson's disease. He had retired from the practice of radiology in 1983.Steve prepared at Lawrenceville, and at...

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William DeWitt *66

William DeWitt, the C. Carlisle Tippit Professor of Biology at Williams College, died May 3, 2013, at his home. He was 73. He graduated from Williams in 1961, and...

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John B. Dewolf '46

John died Feb. 19, 2000, in Wayne, Pa., of a stroke he first suffered in 1993. Although a Yale '44 student, he served in the army from 1942-43, then as an employee of...

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Victor G. deWolfe '40

Fellow Princetonian Hank Moses ’38 called to report that Vic had a “peaceful death” July 30, 2009. † Vic prepared at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. At Princeton,...

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Richard C. Deyo '60

Dick died of cancer Jan. 28, 2008, at his home in Short Hills, N.J. † Born in Elizabeth, N.J., Dick came to Princeton from the Pingry School. He majored in art and...

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John Muhlenberg Deyoe '36

John died June 9, 1998. He was 85. He graduated from Ramsey [N.J.] H.S. and attended Mount Hermon School and Blair Academy. At Princeton he majored in politics and was a...

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Charles Edward Dhonau '49

Our class lost one of its staunchest members when Charlie died Feb. 5, 1997, at the U. of California (San Francisco) Medical Center of complications from chronic...

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Armand Di Giacomo *53

Armand Di Giacomo died Nov. 4, 2003, at Johns Hopkins University Hospital from complications following surgery.Armand earned master's and doctoral degrees at Princeton...

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Morse G. Dial '47

Morse, who served as a Navy pilot during World War II, died May 26, 2010. He graduated in 1949, married Mary Taylor in 1951, and received his Columbia law degree in...

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Frank S. Dibrell '25

FRANK DIBRELL was born in Little Rock, July 13, 1903. He came to us from Exeter, and was a member of the track squad, Speakers Council, polity club, and Terrace Club....

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Joseph DiCarolis '54

Joseph DiCarolis died Dec. 22, 2007, after a 17-year battle with multiple myeloma. Born in Hackensack, N.J., Joe majored in civil engineering at...

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Harvey J. Dice '55

Harvey Dice, son of H.W. Dice, was born in Pocatello, Idaho, Nov. 1, 1933. He died June 13, 2013, of heart problems after a long musical life. Coming to Princeton...

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Franklin Archibald Dick '37

Frank Dick died Mar. 7, 2003, at Heron Point in Chestertown, Md.; he was 89.Frank came to Princeton from Lawrence-ville, where he was captain of the swim team. He later...

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Harold M. Dick '56

We mourn the May 9, 2011, death of Harold Dick, a devoted husband, father, grandfather, teacher, physician, and friend. Hal was raised on Long Island, N.Y., the ninth...

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Lohr Mitchell Dick '48

Mitch died of Parkinson’s disease Oct. 7, 2010, at his home in McLean, Va. He was 84. Born in Winchester, Va., he was reared in Arlington, Va., where he...

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Richard Maclane Dicke Jr. '69

Belatedly, the class has learned of Rick Dicke's death on May 14, 1995, as a result of a brain tumor.After graduating from the Hill School, Rick took a postgraduate year...

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Robert Henry Dicke '39

When Bob died Mar. 4, 1997, of complications from Parkinson's disease, we lost a most distinguished classmate, and the world of science lost a widely admired and...

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Melville P. Dickenson Jr. '49

The Class of 1949 lost one of its finest when Melville Pierce Dickenson died Oct. 14, 2012. Born in New York City March 5, 1928, Mel attended Exeter and then...

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Bluford W. Dickerman '27

BLU DIED Mar. 15, 1992. He left Princeton in June 1926 be a salesman for the Willys Overland Company in his native Springfield, Illinois. In 1932 he moved N.Y.C....

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Henry Street Dickerman Jr. '30

DICK DICKERMAN disappeared from his home in Springfield, Ill., on Aug. 11, 1992. His body was found a month later at the bottom of a cliff in a remote area of St. Louis...

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John M. Dickey '33 *35

JOHN DICKEY died at home in Westtown, Penn., Sept. 19, 1990. John was born Jan. 9, 1911, in Chicago. He livedin Germany and in Oxford, Penn. He prepared at Odenwald...

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Robert Dickey III '39

Bob died at his Pittsburgh home Aug. 24, 2004, after a relatively short illness.He had retired from the Dravo Corp. in 1983, after 35 years there, 18 of which he spent...

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Thomas Atherton Dickey '40

AERONAUTIC ENGINEER Tom Dickey died at his home in Westport, Conn., Nov. 2, 1991. Son of Samuel Dickey '94 and educated at Pawling School, Tom received high honors at...

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William Mayhew Dickey '68

Will died at home Nov. 15, 2009, after an extended battle with cancer. † Will came to Princeton from the Lawrenceville School, where he was captain of the football and...

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Robert C. Dickhaus '51

Bob died Jan. 5, 2000.He was born in Brooklyn and grew up with a lifelong love of baseball - in fact, he came to Princeton on a full baseball scholarship. He was an...

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John Turner Dickinson '38

JOHN DICKINSON, retired executive in the steel importing business, died of cancer at home in Houston, June 16, 1992.Johnny majored in economics and held a Henry Pogue...

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William Stirling Dickinson '31

Dick Dickinson died Oct. 29, 1998, in an automobile crash in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, where he had lived since 1937. He was returning home from a Patronato Pro...

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David F. Dickson '54

David Dickson died Sept. 25, 2013, in Fernandina Beach, Fla. Born in St. Louis, Mo., David graduated from high school in Munich, Germany, where his father was a colonel...

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Donald Paul Dickson '49

The class and the university lost a stellar person when Don died on Dec. 12, 2000. He was 77.Don came to Princeton from James Madison H.S. in his hometown of Brooklyn,...

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Thomas Dickson Jr. '42

TOM DIED of cancer Oct. 19, 1991, in Bridgeton, N.J., his home for 45 years. He had devoted his entire business career, starting in 1946, to AirWork Corp., of which he...

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Thomas Bruce Dickson '31

Thomas Bruce Dickson died Feb. 6, 1996. He was born in Pittsburgh and prepared at Shadyside Academy, where he was on the track team and the student council. At Princeton...

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John Diebboll *82

John Diebboll, a prominent architect who had a second career as an artist, died Nov. 23, 2010, of brain cancer. He was 54. Diebboll graduated from Bennington College in...

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Albert Richard Diebold '29

Dick died June 16, 1996. He prepared for college at Hotchkiss, and after Princeton had a few years in investment work, and then went into pharmaceuticals, becoming...

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Peter C. Diefenbach '74

Peter Diefenbach of Beach Lake, Pa., died Feb. 10, 2011. He was 59. Originally a premed major in the Class of ’73, Peter graduated with a degree in French...

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Edward William Diehl '49

Rev. Edward William Diehl died at home in Waymart, Pa., on Mar. 15, 1998, of diabetes and heart problems. He was 76.He served as a B-17 pilot in Europe during WWII,...

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Albert Joseph Diesinger '36

Al died Dec. 15, 1998, in Gladwyne, Pa. He was 84. A graduate of the Lawrenceville School, at Princeton he majored in economics, graduating magna cum laude, and was a...

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William S. Dietrich II '60

Bill died Oct. 6, 2011, in Pittsburgh from complications of gall bladder cancer. Bill was born May 13, 1938, in Conneaut Lake, Pa. At Princeton, he was a member of Elm...

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Arthur T. Dietz *53

Michael S. Gray of Willingboro, N.J., died peacefully Nov. 23, 2008, after a brief battle with cancer. He was 48. Mike was born in Limestone, Maine, where his father...

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Richard H. Dietze '47

DICK DIED June 29, 1990, after a fiveyear bout with cancer. Through that time he displayed a will to live, quiet courage, sharp wit, and unfailing positive spirit. He...

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James B. Diggs Jr. '31

Jim Diggs was born in Tulsa, Okla., on Mar. 7, 1910, and died there on June 23, 2000. He prepared at Tome School in Port Deposit, Md.At Princeton, he majored in...

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Robert M. Digiacomo '87

Rob DiGiacomo, cofounder KyroTech, a South Carolina computer company, died in his sleep Apr. 30, 1999, in NYC. Rob was serving as executive v.p. and chief marketing...

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Thomas Sherman Dignan Jr. '49

HAVING ENDURED extensive cancer treatments with great courage and a tremendous will to live, Tom passed away at his home in Kennebunkport, Me., on July 1, 1989. Tom was...

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Leslie J. Dikovics '31

Les died Mar. 14, 1999, at Van Dyk Manor in Montclair, N.J., following complications from surgery for colon cancer. He was 89. Less than one month earlier, on Feb. 20,...

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Robert Leonard Dikovics '28

Robert died June 8, 1999, in Williamsburg, Va.At Princeton Robert majored in history. He earned his freshman numerals on the freshman football squad and joined the first...

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Robert Pollard Dilks '45

"Bud" died Dec. 5, 1999. Bud entered Princeton as a resident of the town, having prepared at the Hun School. At Princeton he joined Cannon Club and was a member of the...

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James G. Dill '33

Jim Dill died Sept. 29, 1995, after an extended illness. He was 86 years old and lived in New Suffolk, N.Y., where he had lived 1962 and where he had summered...

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William Leslie Dill '25

BILL DILL was born in Paterson, N.J., Apr. 9, 1903. He came to US from Newark Academy, was on the track team (broad jump), and was a member of the polity, law, and...

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James Farley Dilley Jr. '58

Jim died May 12, 2008, after a 10-year battle with lung cancer. Jim came to Princeton from Ossining (N.Y.) High School, where he played football, basketball, and tennis....

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Edward V. Dillon '48

The class has lost a kind, wise, and courageous friend with Ned's death Jan. 23, 2002. He died of heart failure. Ned was a graduate of Haverford School. At Princeton he...

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Herbert Lowell Dillon Jr. '47

Dee joined us in '46 after distinguished Army air service in Europe.Upon graduation he launched his highly successful career in the oil business by studying petroleum...

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John Charles Dillon III '42

Jack Dillon died May 24, 1996, in Greenwich, Conn. He had retired from the family printing business, J. C. Dillon Printing Co., as president, in 1993.Jack prepared for...

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Richard Dillon Jr. '39

Dick died Dec. 5, 2005, at his apartment in Foulk Manor North in Wilmington, Del.Dick had a long and successful career in public relations, beginning with Macy's in New...

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Everett Knapp Dilworth '56

Ev Dilworth died Apr. 15, 1997, in Pittsburgh, Pa., of a ruptured aortic aneurysm. He was the son of Harrison P. Dilworth Jr. '22. Ev came to Princeton from St. Paul...

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William Sherrod Dilworth '32

BILL DILWORTH DIED of lung cancer Oct. 3,1990. This sad news came to us only recently from his son Robert.Bill spent much of his life in merchandising. He started as a...

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Andre C. Dimitriadis *66

Andre Dimitriadis, founder and chairman of LTC Properties Inc., died Aug. 14, 2013, after long battling a chronic illness. He was 72. Born in Istanbul, Turkey,...

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David L. Dimmock '52

Dave Dimmock died of cancer in Norwalk, Conn., in July 1987. He had hoped to attend our 35th reunion, but the severity of his illness prevented him from doing so.Dave is...

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Doug Marquand Dimond Jr. '44

DOUG DIED of a massive heart attack June 25, 1990. He and his wife, Dawn, had returned to the U.S. from Switzerland to attend his 50th reunion at St. Marks and see...

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Thomas Dimond '39

Tom died Dec. 18, 2005, in New York City, which had always been his home.After Princeton, Tom received an MBA at Harvard Business School in 1941. He then served until...

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Donald D. Dingman '41

We recently learned that Don died Oct. 25, 2008, in Summerland, Fla. Don graduated from Ridgewood High School and was with us only through fresh man year...

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Andrew F. G. Dingwall '49

Andy died Feb. 24, 2003. He was 75 and had been suffering from dementia. Andy prepared for Princeton at Exeter. At Princeton he majored in basic engineering and...

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Henry Hayward Dinneen '35

Hayward died at home in Vero Beach, Fla., on Oct. 23, 2001.He was one of a big band of '35ers who entered Princeton from the Gilman School in Baltimore. He did well at...

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David Dinnocenti '86

The following is a revised version of a memorial published in the Oct. 24, 1990, issue of PAW. THE CLASS of 1986 and Class of 1985 mourn the death of David Dinnocenti....

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Francis William Dinsmore Jr. '35

On Sept. 27, 2006, Dinny Dinsmore died at home in Philadelphia. Son of a member of the Class of 1904, Dinny led 1935 for many years. † † Dinny attended Lawrenceville...

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William H. Dinsmore '33

The Class of '33 has suffered a severe loss in the death of Bill Dinsmore, on Aug. 21, 1989, at Point Pleasant Hospital. Bill lived in Bay Head, NJ.Bill was born on Oct...

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Antonio H. Dionisi '55

Tony Dionisi died of a heart attack June 24, 1995, in Ocean Grove, N.J., where he spent his summers. He had just motored across the country with his dog, Sasha, from his...

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Louis F. DiPaolo '50

Lou died on June 4, 2013, in a Connecticut hospice after a gallant two-year fight against myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). Born in Englewood, N.J., Lou accelerated his...

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Joseph Direnzo Jr. '56

Joseph DiRenzo Jr., of Severna Park, Md., died of a heart attack at his summer home in Sarasota, Fla., Sept. 13, 1996. He had celebrated our 40th reunion with us.Joe...

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John Bland Randolph Disbrow '33

Johnnie died of pneumonia Dec. 2, 2002. He and good friends Art Calfee, Bill Durham, Frank Hammett, and Henry McIntyre prepared at St. Louis Country Day School, went to...

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Henry Disston II '47

After a long struggle with cancer, Henry died Feb. 14, 2006.He was an engineer at Princeton, graduating in 1949 after service in the Air Corps. Henry married Elise...

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Charles Wood Dithrich '44

Charlie died Oct. 20, 2005, in Edgeworth, Pa., outside his native Pittsburgh.A first-grade teacher couldn't get him to write with his right hand instead of his left, but...

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Donald M. Ditmars '30 *31

Donald M. Ditmars died at Easton [Pa.] Hospital, July 12, 1997. He was 89. Born in Trenton, he lived in Pennington since 1942.Donald was a graduate of Trenton Central...

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Matthew Carton Dittmann '35

A retired Center City lawyer whose entire 45-year career was spent working for Ballard, Spahr, Andrews & Ingersoll in Philadelphia, Carl died in Bryn Mawr Hospital on...

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William Rogers Diver Jr. '41

BILL DIVER died Mar. 11, 1993, in Rockford, Ill., where he had moved from Stuart, Fla. His wife, Mary Elizabeth, had passed away a year earlier.Bill came to Princeton...

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Carl Blake Nigel Dixon '35

"PETE" DIXON, retired president of Saltcake Sales, died in Greenwich, Conn., Nov. 21, 1992, after an extended illness.Pete was born in Richmond, England, but moved with...

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Damien Dixon *00

Electrical Engineering, Nov. 25, 2005

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Damien Dixon *00

Electrical Engineering, Nov. 25, 2005

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Frank A. Dixon '20

WWI PILOT Frank A. Dixon, 95, a longtime resident of Chicago, died at his winter home in Rancho Mirage, Calif., June 18, 1992. He graduated in 1921, because of his...

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Fredrick Lee Dixon '71

Fred died Sept. 19, 2003, in Princeton of a respiratory infection that turned into pneumonia. He suffered from ALS and was wheelchair-bound his last few years but was...

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John F. Dixon '62

John died suddenly and unexpectedly Feb. 18, 2010, in Madison, Wis. While he had undergone heart surgery, he was generally in excellent health. † John came from West...

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Roger Coit Dixon '36 *42

Roger died of a cerebral hemorrhage Jan. 30, 2010, in his hometown of Mitchellville, Md. † The son of a Princeton economics professor, Roger majored in chemistry, but...

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Thomas H. Dixon '40

Upon Harry’s death March 30, 2011, Princeton president Shirley Tilghman said, “Harry Dixon was a tiger of the first stripe. He served his alma mater loyally throughout...

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Vernon J. Dixon *73

Vernon Dixon, who had been the Merit Professor of Economics at Haverford College, died April 23, 2011. He was 78. In 1954, Dixon received a bachelor’s degree from...

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Warren Field Dixon '42

Warren died Aug. 6, 2000, of a heart attack at a nursing facility in Dallas. A retired obstetrician, he delivered babies for over 40 years at Presbyterian Hospital in...

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Wilfrid J. Dixon *44

Wilfrid J. Dixon, a UCLA professor emeritus and a pioneer in statistics, died of heart disease Sept. 20, 2008. He was 92. † Dixon received a bachelor’s degree in...

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William Thomas Dixon '40

WITH THE DEATH of Bill Dixon Oct. 22, 1991, the Class has lost another dedicated medical doctor. Surviving him are his wife, Pat; four daughters and one son; and five...

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Charles Boone Doak Jr. '33

Chic Doak, an unusually versatile classmate, died Sept. 9, 2003, at home in Devon, Pa., of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 92.Chic attended Friends School and Exeter, and...

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Samuel Doak '42

Sam Doak died Jan. 31, 2012, in Hanover, N.H., where he had lived for some time as a resident of the Kendal at Hanover retirement community. He was born in Philadelphia...

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William David Dobbins '49

David died March 6, 2006, at the age of 81. He prepared at Deerfield Academy, and prior to Princeton he served as a pilot with the Eighth Air Force in Europe during...

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Joel C. Dobin '48

Our rabbi — Princeton’s first ordained rabbi — died June 25, 2012, of complications of Parkinson’s disease. Joel had a long career as a rabbi in the Reform Movement. He...

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Morino Dobrowolny *67

Astrophysical Sciences, 2003.

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Duncan C. Dobson '31

FORMER PRESIDENT the LudlowSaylor Wire Cloth Co. in St. Louis, our classmate Dunc died May 13, 1991, at his retirement home in Vero Beach. At college he was manager...

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Michael Dobson '68

Mike died of a brain tumor June 1, 2010, at his home in Kennebunkport, Maine. He was 63. † He prepared at Brunswick School in Greenwich, Conn. At Princeton he majored...

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Donald Stone Dock '49

Don, a leading New Haven cardiologist, died Dec. 3, 1996, at Connecticut Hospice after a long illness. He was 69. Don prepared for Princeton at Exeter. At Princeton he...

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A. Bayard Dod Jr. '36 *38

By, of Apple Valley, Calif., died May 1, 2002. He prepared at the Hun School and Carteret Academy. At Princeton he majored in electrical engineering and was a member of...

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John Robert Dodd '68

John died May 9, 2010, after battling lymphoma for several months. He was 64. † John came to Princeton from Bellefontaine (Ohio) High School, where he played football,...

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Peter C. Dodd '50

Peter spent his life encouraging understanding between Muslim cultures and the West. He died Nov. 25, 2010, in Victoria, British Columbia. He graduated from South Kent...

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Earl S. Doderer *70

Earl Doderer, a retired professor of engineering at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, died Feb. 16, 2011. He was 76. After graduating from Union College in 1956,...

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Clarence Dodge Jr. '36

Junie died at home in DC, Dec. 28, 2002, of congestive heart failure. He was 88. He graduated from Washington Friends School. At Princeton he majored in economics,...

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David Child Dodge '43

Dave, the former owner of a major communications firm in Colorado, died of multiple causes Oct. 15, 2007, in Aurora, Colo. He was 87. Born in Los Angeles, he prepared...

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David Stuart Dodge '45 *49

On Jan. 20, 2009, Princeton and our class suffered a grievous loss with the death of David Dodge. † Raised in Beirut, Lebanon, David entered Princeton from Deerfield....

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George Whitfield Dodge '29

GEORGE DIED Sept. 16, 1991. He prepared at Lawrenceville, and at Princeton won numerals in freshman polo and freshman swimming. He performed in Triangle and belonged to...

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Henry Marvin Dodge '32

Hank died on May 28, 1989, after a period of declining health. Before he retired in 1974, he spent 42 years as a senior executive of the Libby-Owens-Ford Co....

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John F. Doebele '55

John Doebele, son of Dr. William and Kathryn Wurst Doebele, was born July 9, 1933, in Philadelphia and was raised in Huntingdon, Pa. He died in Canandaigua, N.Y., on...

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William P. E. Doelger '24

PETER DOELGER died at his home in West Palm Beach on Nov. 12, 1992. After graduation, Peter received an M.S. from M.I.T. and worked there as a research associate until...

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Henry Martin Doerfler Jr. '53

Hank died April 17, 2004, in Spring Hill, Fla.His wife, Lorraine, said he had suffered from multiple-systems atrophy, Parkinson's, ataxia, and Alzheimer's. A native...

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William M. Doerflinger '31 *32

Bill was born July 30, 1910, in Brooklyn and died Dec. 23, 2000, at Fellowship Village in Basking Ridge, N.J. For a large portion of his life, he was a resident of the...

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Sidney Herbert Doggett Jr. '44

Sid died of cancer on Apr. 29, 1989. Of him Alfredo Silipigni, the founder and principal conductor of the New Jersey State Opera, wrote: "He was a man of exquisite...

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Edward Conrad Doll '25

ED DOLL WAS BORN November 17, 1903, brought up, lived and died May 2, 1991, in Erie, Penn. He transferred from Colgate in 1922 and has been a wellliked and loyal member...

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Stuart Warren Don '37

Stuart Warren Don died Feb. 2, 2009. † Stu was born in Troy, N.Y., and lived in Saratoga, N.Y., as well as Louisville, Ky. He attended the Hotchkiss School before...

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Dan G. Donaghy '58

Dan died peacefully April 21, 2013, in Kent, Ohio. He came to Princeton from Western Reserve Academy in Hudson, Ohio. An English major, Dan took his meals at Tower...

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John David Donahower '51

Dave died of cancer on Dec. 12, 1999. He came to Princeton from William Penn Charter School, where he starred in its literary society and for its golf and baseball...

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Frank Rogers Donahue Jr. '39

Frank, of Haverford, Pa., died Oct. 27, 2004, following a brief illness.Frank was born in Philadelphia and came to Princeton from Penn Charter. At Princeton, he majored...

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Walter R. Donahue '48

Walt Donahue died Feb. 24, 2011. † He was born in April 1920 and came to us by way of Lower Marion High School in Ardmore, Pa., Swarthmore College, and the Army....

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Lawrence Perrin Donaker '67

Larry Donaker died Sept. 3, 2008, in Berkeley, Calif. Like too many others, he was a non-smoking victim of lung cancer.† Larry followed his brother, John ’65, to...

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Douglas D. Donald '44

Doug died Oct. 1, 2012, in New York City. A St. Paul’s graduate, he majored in geological engineering at Princeton, where he was in the ski club and Cannon Club. His...

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Gordon Duthie Donald Jr. '53

“Duff,” whose enthusiasm as a pilot, skier, and sailor was unselfishly shared with his beloved wife, Joan, and family, died at his home in Little Silver, N.J., Oct. 24,...

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Norman H. Donald Jr. '36

Norm died in Atlanta Aug. 19, 2007. He was the son of Norman H. Donald 1903. Norm came to Princeton from St. Paul’s. He majored in geology, played rugby, and belonged...

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Robert Mac Byram Donald '38

Bob died July 16, 2003, at Deborah Heart and Lung Center in Browns Mills, N.J.He was the rector of All Saints' Episcopal Church and previously had been rector of St....

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Coleman Dupont Donaldson *57

Coleman Donaldson, a distinguished practitioner and government adviser in aeronautical engineering, died peacefully Aug. 7, 2009. He was 86. Donaldson received a...

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Willis Frederick Doney Jr. '46 *49

Bill died July 2, 2005, of pneumonia in Boston.Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., he prepped at Shadyside Academy. Majoring in philosophy as an undergraduate, he later earned a...

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John O Joseph Donnell '46

Jack died Aug. 17, 2004, of kidney failure at his home in Boulder, Colo.He came to Princeton from East Orange [N.J.] High in 1942 for engineering, joined the Navy V-12...

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Harold I. Donnelly '44

Hal died at home in Rapidan, Va., Aug. 28, 2003, after months of struggle with congestive heart failure.He prepared at Deerfield, and his father was a professor at...

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Carl H. Donner '20

Carl H. Donner, of Summit, N.J., died Nov. 29, 1996, of congestive heart failure in Overlook Hospital in Summit. He was 97. He had been a resident of Summit for 90...

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Christopher S. Donner Jr. '35

Chris Donner, teacher, educational administrator, patriot, and retired Marine Corps major was honorably discharged from life May 19, 2012, in Hallandale, Fla. He was...

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Maura Cathleen Donohue *90

MAURA CATHLEEN DONOHUE, a graduate student in the Dept. of Art and Archaeology who was pursuing her doctorate at Princeton, died tragically on Apr. 16, 1992, while...

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Jose Donoso '51

When Jose died Dec. 7, 1996, of cancer at his home in Santiago, Chile, the class lost one of its most illustrious members.He was in the forefront of Latin American...

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Neville C. Donovan *56

Civil Engineering, Jan. 30, 2006

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Robert F. Donovan '46

Bob "Rock" Donovan died Feb. 4, 2004, at home in Closter, N.J., with his beloved wife of 54 years, Jeanne, and all his family at his side, after a long illness which,...

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Robert O J. Donovan '54

Bob died Nov. 24, 2005, at his home in North Windham, Conn.Born in Newburgh, N.Y., Bob prepared for college at Newburgh Free Academy. At Princeton, he majored in...

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Frederick William Doolittle Jr. '32

ONE 01; OUR EMINENI corporate lawyers, Fred Doolittle died of cancer Dec. 30, 1992, in Naples, Fla., where he had lived since 1978.After receiving his law degree from...

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James Doolittle '39 *48

Jim died May 24, 1998, at the Veterans' Hospital in Scarborough, Maine. Even as undergraduate majoring in modern languages, Jim had decided on a career as a teacher...

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William M. Doolittle '28

Bill died Feb. 17, 2004, at Pleasant Valley Manor in Snydersville, Pa.Born in Pittsburgh, he came to the Salis-bury, Conn., area as a student at Salisbury School,...

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Andrew Connick Jackson Doran '43

Bones died of pneumonia Dec. 30, 2003, shortly after turning 82, in LA. He had suffered a stroke in 2001.A graduate of Columbia HS, South Orange, N.J., he came to...

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Arthur Mathias Dorfner '48

Art Dorfner, broadcasting executive, musician, and community leader, died Mar. 2, 1999. Born in Elizabeth, N.J., and raised in Roselle Park, he was a graduate of the...

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Ira D. Dorian '37

Ira Dorian died Dec. 31, 2011,† in Paramus, N.J., where he lived with his wife, Lillian, after a long residence in Cranford, N.J. Born in Freehold, N.J., Ira came to...

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Franklin A. Dorman '48

Frank Dorman was an activist and champion of social justice. He was a United Church of Christ minister and community organizer. The needs of the poor and...

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John Benjamin Dorrance Jr. '34

Johnnie Dorrance, a retired expert in passenger service with the old Pennsylvania Railroad and director of its high-speed Washington-Philadelphia-New York (Northeast...

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Samuel Richmond Dorrance '41

Sam died June 22, 1997, while caught in a squall on Long Island Sound. His wife, Frances, who was on the boat with him, survived. They lived in Noroton, Conn., on land...

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John David Dorsey '48

JOHN DORSEY passed away Sept. 19, 1990, after a ten-month battle with lymphoma. John grew up Douglaston, Long island, and prepared for Princeton at Phillips Academy...

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John P. Dorst '47

John died Apr. 17, 2001, of a brain tumor. He was 72. He came to Princeton from South Kent School. He also attended Pomona College in Claremont, Calif., and received a...

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Michael Fuller Dorst '52

Mike died Sept. 28, 2001.A fourth-generation San Franciscan, Mike entered Princeton from the Thacher School, and though he attended Princeton only his freshman year, he...

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Dallas Webb Dort '30

Dallas Dort died Mar. 9, 2004, in Sarasota, Fla. He was 96.Dal came to us from Flint [Mich.] Senior HS, where he was on the football and baseball teams, a student...

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Charles Kenneth Dorwin '40

Nurseryman and plant grower Ken Dorwin died at his home in Goleta, Calif., on Apr. 14, 1997. Classmate Hugh Petersen kindly visited Ken during his illness. Having...

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James C. Doty '50

Jim died July 14, 2010, in Oswego, N.Y. At Princeton he was a member of Court Club, the freshman crew, WPRU, and Whig-Clio. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in...

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G. Chester Doubleday '28

Chester died June 21, 2000, in Gladwyne, Pa. Loyal to Princeton, he was one of the class's longest and most generous donors to AG. He came to Princeton from Hotchkiss....

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Marcel Doublier '66

MARCEL "RICK" DOUBLIER, physician and tireless researcher into a cure for AIDS, has been claimed by complications resulting from the disease whose cure he fought so...

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David Carson Dougherty '34

Dave Dougherty, a former management consultant on organization problems, including strategy, planning, compensation, and personnel, died Aug. 29, 1996. A past president...

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James Gregg Dougherty Jr. '47 *49

After two years in the Navy as an electrician's mate, Jim returned to Princeton and graduated in 1948. In 1949 he earned a master's degree in electrical engineering from...

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Robert A. Dougherty '58

Bob died Jan. 23, 2013, in Tampa, Fla. Born in Johnson City, N.Y., he attended the University School in Cleveland, Ohio. Bob majored in biology at Princeton and took...

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Isaac Doughten III '29

IKE DIED Mar. 14, 1993, in Myrtle Beach, S.C. He prepared for college at Chestnut Hill Academy, and at Princeton he was in Colonial Club. He began work with Pennsylvania...

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Leon Abbett Doughty '34

Leon, an examiner, investigator, adjudicator, and attorney with the Civil Service Commission in DC for 30 years and a longtime resident of Fairfax County, Va., where he...

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A. Hugh Douglas Jr. '44

Hugh died Oct. 3, 2004, four years after a stroke, in Newport, R.I., where he and his wife lived in the family home. He was 81.He prepared at St. George's School in...

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George Bruce Douglas III '55

Bruce Douglas, son of George B. Douglas Jr. ’31, was born in Passaic, N.J., Jan. 20, 1933, and died Dec. 30, 2012, at home in Chevy Chase, Md., from complications of...

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Gordon Watkins Douglas '42

Gordy died July 29, 2000, in Mantoloking, N.J. A renowned and highly respected obstetrician/gynecologist, he devoted his entire career to women's health care at...

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John W. Douglas '43

was a pillar of the class during our college years. His later career in government and private law in Washington epitomized “Princeton in the nation’s service.”...

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Malcolm Scott Douglas '69

Mac died of lung cancer on Feb. 26, 2002, in San Antonio. A member of Quadrangle Club and an accomplished fencer, he graduated with a degree in electrical engineering....

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Paul M. Douglas '41 *48

Former class president Paul Douglas died Feb. 27, 2013, in Cathedral Village, a continuing-care retirement community in Philadelphia. He came to Princeton from...

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Paul W. Douglas '48

Paul Douglas died Sept. 18, 2011. He was at Princeton with us for only two years, but that time was distinguished, as was his life. Paul was at Williams and Holy Cross...

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Richard Mateer Douglas '44

Dick died Aug. 29, 2005, in Needham, Mass., not far from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he was revered as an inspiring head of the humanities...

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Standish Montgomery Douglas '39

Mont died Aug. 1994 at a hospital near the nursing home in Hollywood, Fla., where he had been living since 1991.Mont spent the first years of his working career in sales...

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Elisha Pearis Douglass '39

"E.P." died Apr. 12, 2001, in Chapel Hill, N.C., where he had lived since 1958. Writing in our 50th book, he referred to his failing memory and a permanent limp from a...

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W. Bruce Douglass '47

Bruce joined us in 1943 but was soon swept into the Navy's Seabees and served in the Philippines and the Solomon Islands. He returned to Princeton in 1946, but before...

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Guy O. Dove Jr. '26

Guy Dove, well-known business executive in Washington, D.C., area, died Aug. 21, 1996, in Suburban Hospital. He was 94.Guy will be remembered as a loyal member of...

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Robert B. Dow '48

Bob Dow died of heart failure June 25, 1995 at his home in Roswell, Ga. He was 75.Bob was born in Boyne City, Mich., and began his college career at Stanford. He left...

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A. Joseph Dowd Jr. '81

JOE DOWD DIED Dec. 5, 1993, his 35th birthday. He was a hemophiliac who contracted AIDS from contaminated blood products in the early 1980S.Joe grew up in Glen Cove,...

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Kevin J. Dowd '76

The class was recently informed of the death of Kevin J. Dowd on March 8, 2011, in New York City, seven months after his being diagnosed with lung cancer. Kevin grew up...

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Allan Alva Dowds III '53

Astute Al, who earned his A.B. in art and archaeology, a law degree from NYU, pursued a degree in Russian from the University of Vermont, and attended Harvard’s Graduate...

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Harper Roome Dowell '30

IT IS WITH DEEP regret that we report the death of Harper Dowell, business executive, on Dec. 10, 1992, after a lingering illness. He was ever a Princeton gentleman, a...

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S. William Dowey *48

Politics, July 22, 2003

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Francis F. Dowley '36

Frank died of natural causes Dec. 5, 2003, at the U. of Chicago Hospital. He was 89.He prepared at St. Joseph's School in Philadelphia. At Princeton he majored in...

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Glanville Downey '31

WITH THE DEATH of Glanville Downey on Dec. 18, 1991, the Class lost a member who followed a truly distinguished teaching and publishing career. For many years he was...

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Joel T. Downey '59

Joel died June 3, 2010, at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Presbyterian. He was living in Pittsburgh at the time. Joel came to Princeton from Beall High...

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Charles J. Doyle '48

Charlie died at home in Somerset, N.J., Dec. 23, 1995, following several years with a heart ailment, which had become progressively worse. He was 70.Shortly after...

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Fred Wendell Doyle '50

Fred died of brain cancer on Feb. 15, 2000. He was 72.While at Princeton, he was a member of Tower Club, Theatre Intime, and Orange Key and participated in freshman crew...

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Henry W. Doyle Jr. '41

Henry Doyle died July 20, 1998, after a long siege of prostate cancer.Henry grew up in Bronxville, N.Y., and graduated from Bronxville H.S. In college, he majored in...

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Henry Watkins Doyle '19

Henry Doyle died May 4, 1995, in Little Rock, Ark. He was 98.Henry attended Little Rock H.S. and Lawrenceville. He earned a B.S. at Princeton. Like many of his...

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J. Patrick Doyle '55

Jay Doyle was, in the words of his wife of 56 years, Gloria, “truly a man among men.” He was born March 30, 1933, and died Jan. 17, 2012, in Franklin, Ind., of...

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Joseph Doyle '37

EDUCATOR and quick wit Joe Doyle died at home peacefully on Dec. 2, 1989, leaving his widow Kathy, daughter Valentine, son Allen, and two grandchildren. By 1985, Joe had...

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Robert William Doyle '35

Bob, also known as Red, died June 23, 1998, at a nursing home in Rhode Island. He was 84. His wife, the former Mary Martha McMillen, had died in 1969. The family had...

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Thomas Newsam Doyle III '42

TOM DIED SEPT. 2, 1993. Active in real estate for nearly all of his business life, Tom had divided his time in recent years between Boynton Beach, Fla., and Somers,...

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John O. Dozier '44

Jack died Dec. 25, 2002, of bone cancer in St. Louis, his lifetime home. After St. Mark's school, at Princeton he majored in psychology and was a member of Cottage Club....

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Spencer Black Draffan '44

Spen died on May 13, 1989, in the Mansfield (Ohio) Gen¨eral Hospital after a short illness.Spen prepared for Princeton at University School, in Cleveland. At Princeton,...

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Charles Lum Drake '45

On July 8, 1997, the class lost a distinguished member when Prof. Charles L. Drake died of a heart attack at his home in Norwich, Vt. Chuck entered Princeton from...

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Elliott Ramsey Drake '40

Scholar, Army officer, writer, director, winner of prestigious awards for pioneering radio and television production ‚€” that was our Bud, but he frequently said that he...

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George F. Drake *42

Modern Languages and Literature, Dec. 29, 2005

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Lawrence Drake '41

Larry died Aug. 30, 2001, in Gladwyne, Pa. Born and raised in Warrenton, Va., he prepared at St. Paul's School. His father was in the Class of 1897.Majoring in modern...

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Lawrence Drake '41

Larry died Aug. 30, 2001, in Gladwyne, Pa. Born and raised in Warrenton, Va., he prepared at St. Paul's School. His father was in the Class of 1897.Majoring in modern...

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Raymond W. Drake Jr. '41

ALTHOUGH WE HAD lost track of Ray in the 1950s, recently we learned of his death June 19, 1970, in Lincoln, Neb. The son of Raymond W. Drake '06, Ray came to Princeton...

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William Hocker Drake '32

Bill Drake died Apr. 15, 1996. He was 87. He prepared at Montclair Academy and the U. of Florida. He was on the track squad and the cross country squad at Princeton and...

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Joseph E. Drangula '49

Joe died at home Aug. 13, 2001, of pancreatic cancer, which was diagnosed only six weeks before his death. He was 76. Joe came to Princeton from Hamilton HS in Trenton...

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Robert C. Draudt '41

ROB DRAUDT died in an instant, of heart failure, while working in his garden in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Oct. 4, 1991. He and his wife, Frances, his high school...

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John W. Drayton '43

We lost John to Parkinson's disease Sept. 24, 2005. He was 85.He grew up in Chestnut Hill, Pa., prepping for Princeton at St. Paul's School in New Hampshire. A member of...

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Richard Drayton '53

Dick, who was born in Chestnut Hill, Pa., and counted three signers of the Declaration of Independence among his ancestors, died of Pick's disease Oct. 4, 2005.He...

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William G. Drenttel '76

After a year-and-a-half-long struggle with brain cancer, William Drenttel died Dec. 21, 2013, in Connecticut. A visionary in the field of graphic design, Bill was...

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John M. Drescher Jr. '47

John was a decorated survivor of Battle of Bulge — an experience he regarded as “transformative.” Recalled for service in Korean War, he happily served in...

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William Henry Dresser '52

FOLLOWING A METASTATIS of throat cancer, Bill Dresser died Sept. 25, 1990. At the memorial service held in St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Medina, Ohio, his close friend...

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Royal W. Drews '27

Royal died in Maine on Mar. 21, 1997. He was born in Passaic, N.J., and prepared at Passaic HS. He left Princeton after his sophomore year to attend Columbia Dental...

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Norman Walter Drey '32

NORM DREY died in St. Louis, Mo., May 6, 1990, after a long and bitter battle with emphysema. He prepared at Peddle, and at college was a member of the Life Saving Club,...

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Franklin S. Driggs '52

Frank came to us from Bronxville (N.Y.) High School. His father, Edmund H. Driggs Jr., was in the Class of 1917. Frank joined Terrace, was a member of the bicker...

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Dixon Watson Driggs '43

Dixon died June 26, 2003, following an extended illness. He was 82.A Philadelphia native, he prepped for Princeton at the Choate School. While on campus, he was a member...

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Walter Loyd Drill '38

Walter Drill died on Sept. 22, 2000, at St. Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville, Fla.At Princeton, Walt majored in economics. He was on the swimming squad, was drum major of...

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Henry Middleton Drinker '42

Henry died May 26, 1999, after a long illness. A lifelong resident of the Philadelphia area, in 1989 he retired from Chestnut Hill Pediatric Group after 37 years of...

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David Burton Driscoll '64

On Dec. 6, 2001, our class lost a good friend when David died of cancer. He was 59. David, or Dip as many of his classmates knew him, arrived at Princeton as a...

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Frank Luther Driver III '51

Frank died of malignant melanoma Dec. 15, 1995. He had been chairman and president of Driver Harris Co., a wire and cable manufacturer, but retired in 1994. The company,...

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Michael J. Driver *62

Psychology, Sept. 19, 2004

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Leonard Drorbaugh '51

Len was born Nov. 6, 1929, in Bronxville, N.Y., the son of Wells and Katharine Colt Drorbaugh. His father was in the Class of 1917 and was founder and owner of† Brides...

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Wells Drorbaugh Jr. '43

Drobe died Feb. 17, 2002; he was 81. He came to Princeton from Deerfield Academy. Drobe was a member of the varsity heavyweight crew for three years and majored in...

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James W. Drury *48

James Drury, professor emeritus of political science at the University of Kansas (KU), died March 3, 2013. He was 94. Drury received bachelor’s and master’s degrees from...

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Ralph R. Drury '51 *57

Felix was born Sept. 20, 1928, in Youngstown, Ohio, and came to us from Phillips Andover. At Princeton he majored in architecture, was art editor of the Nassau Lit,...

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Alfred Theodore Drury '34 *35

Ted Drury, who retired in 1975 as head of the Technical Services Dept. at the U.S. Naval Ship Research & Development Center in Bethesda, Md., died Sept. 24, 1995, it has...

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Theodore Dewitt Drury '48

Ted Drury died Feb. 20, 2004, of pneumonia from advanced Alzheimer's. He was 77.A native of St. Louis and product of the John Burroughs School in nearby Ladue, he...

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David A. Dryden '61

Dave Dryden died of cancer Nov. 6, 2010. He had lived in South Plainfield, N.J., since the late 1960s. Born in New Jersey, he came to Princeton from St. Mark’s School....

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Peter Rawleigh Dryer '48

Peter Dryer died Sept. 16, 1998, in Rochester, N.Y. A lifelong Rochester resident, Peter joined us from Choate and graduated in 1949. He was a member of Campus and...

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Andrew J. Duany '37

Cuban expatriate, Princeton father Andy (or Andres) Duany died Aug. 1, 1996, of a heart ailment. He left Enid, his wife of 48 years, sons Andres '71 (with wife Elizabeth...

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Joseph Napoleon Dubarry IV '40

ON MAY 7, 1993, Joe died after a long confining illness at his home in Bryn Mawr, Penn. Son of Joseph N. DuBarry '14, Joe came to Princeton from St. Paul's School...

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Martin H. Dubilier '50

SADLY, LUNG CANCER claimed our brilliant classmate, Marty Dubilier, on Sept. 4, 1991, just four days after his 65th birthday. At his death he was chairman of the New...

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Edward R. Duer Jr. '31

Edward R. Duer, having battled three successive strokes, died Nov. 5, 1994, in Salt Lake City. Born in N.Y.C., he prepared at St. Mark's. At Princeton, he was active in...

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John L. L. Duer '51

John died Sept. 26, 2002, of atherosclerotic heart disease. He was born Dec. 8, 1927, to Ferdinand L. Mayer '09 and Katharine Duer Mayer. He went to Brooks School and...

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George M. Duff Jr. '37

George died Jan. 20, 2005, in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where he was being cared for by his family. He was 89.Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., he resided for much of his life in...

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John M. Duff '35

JACK DUFF died Sept. 9, 1991, after a long and difficult bout with leukemia, Jack was a Pittsburgher tried and trueShadyside Academy, Princeton, and then the Univ. of...

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Robert B. Duffield '40

Bob died at his home in Norwood, Colo., on Dec. 26, 2000, after a brief illness with acute leukemia. He prepared at Asbury Park H.S. At Princeton, he majored in...

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John Roy Dufford Jr. '55

Jack died March 10, 2007, in Elizabeth, N.J., following a bout with cancer. Born in Paterson, N.J., and raised in Morrisville, Pa., he attended the Peddie School. At...

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Benedict James Duffy Jr. '41

On Jan. 18, 2005, we lost Ben, one of the most popular men in our class.Born in Rochester, N.Y., he attended the Aquinas Institute. Ben majored in modern languages at...

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Timothy T. Duffy '59

Tim Duffy died on Feb. 3, 1999, in Newport News, Va.Tim came to Princeton from Troy H.S. in Troy, Ohio. He served as an orange key guide, took his meals at Terrace Club,...

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Alfred M. Dufty Jr. '72

Despite all medical interventions, we lost our well-liked and super-fit classmate to sudden cardiac death while he was exercising April 16, 2012, in Boise, Idaho. Al...

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Thomas Means Dugan '42

Tom Dugan died in July 1997 at College Manor, the retirement home where he had lived for many years, in Lutherville, Md. Although Tom had continued his studies in...

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Carl H. Duisberg '44

Carl Duisberg died July 28, 1997, in Zurich, Switzerland, where he had resided since 1965. At Princeton he majored in biology and was a member of Theatre Intime and Elm...

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James R. Duke '46

An outstanding ophthalmologist, Jim Duke, in his mind’s eye, could clearly see F. Scott Fitzgerald ’17, for Jim owned and lived in the Baltimore house in which...

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John Edward Duker Jr. '34

ED DUKER, One of the best known, most colorful of our members, died Sept. 18, 1991, of a heart attack, while on vacation with his wife, Bobbie, in Hawaii. Our reunions...

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Ann Flaig Dulaney *76

Woodrow Wilson School, Aug. 3, 2000

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Edward Saul Dulcan '41

Ed died Mar. 18, 2001, of Alzheimer's. diseaseComing to Princeton from Mercersburg Academy, he majored in modern languages and literature, graduating with high honors,...

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John J. Dulhagen '50

John died in Passaic, N.J., March 2, 2008. He graduated from Montclair Academy and flew in the Naval Air Force. He qualified for an associate of arts degree at...

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William Winslow Dulles Jr. '49

William Dulles died Dec. 7, 2011, in Savannah, Ga. Win was born Feb. 14, 1926, in Englewood, N.J. After graduation from Exeter Academy and service in the Army Air...

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Edward Dumbauld '26

Edward Dumbauld died at the family home in Uniontown, Pa., on Sept. 6, 1997, after four years of suffering from a stroke. He was 92.At Princeton, Ed was a member of Phi...

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George Booth Dunbar '38

George died Sept. 25, 2000. A resident of Wheaton, Ill., George prepared at Asheville School and Lake Forest Academy. At Princeton he majored in psychology, played...

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Ellis Duncan '31

Ellis Duncan, a retired surgeon, died in Louisville Nov. 26, 1995. He prepared at Lawrenceville, and played football and baseball both there and at Princeton, where...

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Robert Laird Duncan '65

Bob died peacefully Feb. 7, 2009, at home in Westfield, N.J. He had pancreatic cancer that was discovered in May 2007.† Bob grew up in Westfield and attended Westfield...

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Basil A. Dunell *49

Chemistry, Dec. 25, 2005

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Nelson Nuys Van Dungan '33

Nels died on May 28,1997, in Somerville, N.J.He grew up in Somerville and prepared at Blair Academy. He played freshman baseball and sang in the Glee Club at Princeton....

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Ralph A. Dungan Jr. *52

Ralph Dungan, part of President John F. Kennedy’s White House inner circle, died Oct. 5, 2013. He was 90. Following Navy service, Dungan graduated in 1950 from St....

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Barrows Dunham '26 *33

Barrows Dunham died Nov. 19, 1995, of heart failure at Lankenau Hospital near Philadelphia. He earned an MA and a PhD from Princeton and was for many years chairman of...

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John Stokes Dunhill '41

Johnny died May 15, 2006. Born in Toronto, he prepared at New Trier High School in Winnetka, Ill. At Princeton he majored in classics, was elected to Phi Beta Kappa,...

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Elmer Brettman Dunkak Jr. '54

Elmer died in Sept. 1998. While at Princeton, Elmer joined the NROTC and was accepted into flight training. He received his Navy Wings during his second year at...

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Charles Cornell Dunlap Jr. '37

Curry-addict Cornell "Cornie" Dunlap, son of "Bush" Dunlap '13, died Apr. 20, 1996, 20 years to the day after his first wife, Leona. He was buried next to her in...

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John David Dunmire '53

Jack, who was with us for only his junior and senior years but who accomplished more than some of us did in four, died Feb. 10, 2010, in Norristown, Pa. Born in...

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Burton Crawford Dunn '34

Burt, after a long and distinguished career as a petroleum geologist who was well thought of in the oil industry, died May 24, 2002, in Grand Junction, Colo. He was...

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John Thornton Dunn '54

Jake, a U. Va. School of Medicine professor, died of a heart attack Apr. 9, 2004, at his home.A native Washingtonian, Jake graduated from Episcopal HS in Alexandria. At...

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Robert Ryckman Dunn '50

Bob Dunn died as the result of a fall at his home in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Mar. 5, 1999, less than a month before his 70th birthday.Bob prepared for Princeton at...

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Roswell C. Dunn '27

Ros died Oct. 6, 2003. Born in 1904 in Baltimore, he came to Princeton from the Gilman School. At Princeton, Ros was a member of the Daily Princetonian and Ivy Club, and...

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Thomas C. Dunn '50

Tom died March 25, 2008, at his home in Winston-Salem, N.C., after a long struggle with stomach cancer. He was born in Hong Kong and raised in Shanghai. In 1947 at age...

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Walter Bruce Dunn '32

WAI.T DUNN died Oct. 16, 1992, at his home in Ft. Lauderdale, after a lingering illness.Walt's activities at Princeton with the Glee Club and Triangle Club led...

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William Clyde Dunn *43

Politics, Aug. 24, 2000

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William M. Dunn '44

Bill Dunn died Aug. 13, 2001, in Branford, Conn.; he had lived for many years in Westport.Coming to Princeton from Canterbury School, where he was active in track and...

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John Gregory Dunne '54

John Gregory Dunne died Dec. 30, 2003, of a heart attack.Born in Hartford, Conn., he graduated from Portsmouth Priory School. At Princeton, he majored in history and...

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Bruce G. Dunning '62

Bruce Dunning was born in Rahway, N.J., April 5, 1940, and graduated from Westfield High School. At Princeton, Bruce majored in English. He was actived in WPRB, McCarter...

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Alan S. Dunning '68

Al died Oct. 15, 2013, in New York City of pancreatic cancer. Al came to Princeton from Westfield (N.J.) High School and majored in history. He earned a law degree...

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Hubert S. Dunning '32

Hubert S. Dunning, also known as Hugh, died Mar. 5, 1999. He prepared at Princeton Preparatory School. He left Princeton in the middle of sophomore year and, thereafter,...

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John Laurance Dunning '34

John Dunning, artist and resident for the past 21 years of East Boothbay, Maine, who scored a major triumph in 1988 when what he termed his "masterpiece" was chosen for...

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Ranald G. Dunning '24 *25

Ranald Dunning died July 15, 1998, at Princeton Medical Center. Born Oct. 6, 1902, in Lyndon, Ohio, to Smith G. Dunning 1892 and Agnes Powers, Ran attended St. Mary's...

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Samuel R. Dunnuck Jr. '40

Sam died Nov. 1, 2002. Except for recent winters spent in Islamorada, Fla., Sam and his wife, Ann, were to enjoy their years in the area of his birth, South Bend, Ind.,...

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Lawrence L. DuPraz

h' 1971 h' 2000 Known by generations of Princetonians as the University's unofficial "professor of journalism," Larry died of heart disease Dec. 24, 2006, at the age of...

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John Donald Durand '33

Don died Dec. 7, 2005, in Clemson, S.C.Don, a Washington, D.C., attorney, was an honors graduate of Walnut Hills Classical High School in Cincinnati. After graduating...

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G. Britton Durell II '53

Brit Durell, who died Jan. 31, 1997, in Columbus, Ohio, after a long illness, left behind wife Carol, sons Eric, David, Whitney '87, stepchildren Stephen, Sharon,...

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DON Durgin '45

Don Durgin died Dec. 26, 2003, from a brain aneurysm.He prepared for Princeton at Hotchkiss and was one of our most illustrious classmates in his profession of media...

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Benjamin W. Durham '33

BILL "BULL" DURHAM died July 17, 1933, in St. Louis, where he had lived for many years. memorial service was held July 20.Bill was born Sept. 27, 1910, in Birmingham,...

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Frank L. Durkee II '54

Frank Durkee died March 25, 2011, from complications of a stroke. † Born in Ouray, Colo., he graduated from Webster Groves High School in St. Louis. At Princeton he...

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James E. Durkin Jr. '53

Jim, who was a retired psychology professor and patient advocate, was found dead at his home in Kensington, Calif., Aug. 13, 2012, the victim of a homicide, police...

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John Nicoll Durrie '34

John Durrie, who served six years as Princeton's assistant secretary under Alex Leitch '24 before becoming, 1949, the first secretary of the Univ. of New Mex., died...

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Francis Van Lund Dusen '34

FRANK VAN DUSEN, former Class secretary and president and Outstanding Achievement Award winner, died May 26, 1993, after a long illness. He was, in the words of a...

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Lewis Van H. Dusen III '62

THE CLASS LOST one of its most loyal members when Lewis Van Dusen died Dec. 30, 1993, after a long, valiant fight with cancer. Lew's support of the class and of...

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Lewis Van Halow Dusen Jr. '32

Lew, a giant in a class with a number of giants, who regarded civic duty as an obligation, died Nov. 15, 2004. He was 93.Lew attended Episcopal Academy and St. Paul's...

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Charles Dusenberry M.D. '34

Charlie Dusenberry, who retired in 1983 from the practice of pediatrics, died in Portland, Maine, of heart failure on Oct. 29, 1996, one day shy of his 84th birthday. He...

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Michael Patrick Dusenberry '68

Mike died of a stroke Dec. 13, 2002, in Monterey, Calif.; he was 56. He was born in Princeton, grew up in Huntington, N.Y., and prepared at Salisbury School. He followed...

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Lincoln Bull Dutcher '37

Lincoln Bull Dutcher died May 2, 2007, in Boulder, Colo. He was born in Milwaukee, Wis., and also lived in Montclair, N.J., and Washington, Conn., where he graduated...

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Severn P.C. Duvall Jr. *55

Severn Duvall, the Henry S. Fox Jr. Professor of English emeri tus at Washington and Lee University (W&L), died at home March 2, 2012. He was 87. Duvall was a Marine...

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Paul Fuller Duvivier '38

With Paul's death at a retirement home near Baltimore, Md., on Feb. 27, 1997, the class lost a most loyal member. A native of NYC, Paul came to us from Princeton Prep....

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John H. Duys III '49

Jack Duys, a tobacco merchant who had been lost to us and to Princeton since our 30th reunion, died June 19, 1998, in Miami.Jack was born in Larchmont, N.Y., to the late...

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Spencer J. Dvorkin '46

Any number of classmates have served on the boards of education in towns where they have lived. Only one of them, Spencer Dvorkin, is known to have married his town’s...

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Edwin Rice Dwelle '46

EDWIN RICE DWELLE died Nov. 22, 1992, after a brief bout with cancer. Ned was a graduate of King School, Stamford, Conn., joining our Class in June 1942. In November, he...

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Kirby Dwight Jr. '49

Kirby died on Oct. 5, 1999, in Wakefield, R.I. He was 71. He came to Princeton from Exeter and majored in physics, graduating with highest honors. Kirby was a member of...

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William Dwight '51

Bill died Mar. 5 of heart disease. He came to Princeton from Deerfield Academy. With us he was a member of SPIA, graduating from the Woodrow Wilson School, was business...

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William Dwight '25

Bill Dwight died in Charleston, S.C., June 4, 1996. He was born in Holyoke, Mass., Aug. 10, 1903.He prepared at Andover, and at Princeton he was manager of the freshman...

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William Francis Dwyer II '56

Will Dwyer died of cancer on Jan. 11, 2001, at his home in DC. A native of Rochester, N.Y., Will spent his freshman year with us, then transferred to the U. of...

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Francis Hamilton Dyckman Jr. '48

FRANK DYCKMAN DIED Feb. 24, 1991. Born in London and always an anglophile, Frank came to us by way of Buckley School and Lawrenceville. At Princeton he was captain of...

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Myron Leo Dye '76

Butch Dye died Dec. 8, 2009, at home in Texas surrounded by his family, after a 15-month battle with brain cancer. Butch came to Princeton from San Antonio along with...

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Addison L. Dyer Jr. '51

Skip was born May 18, 1927, the son of Miriam White and Addison L. † Dyer ’22. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a graduate of Lawrenceville. At Princeton he...

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Elisha Dyer '29

ELISI IA DIED May 8, 1992, after a long illness. He had left Princeton before graduation, but then did extensive study and travel in France, Switzerland, and Italy, his...

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William H. Dyer Jr. '36

Bill died March 18, 2008, in Morgantown, W. Va., where he had lived since the early 1940s. He came to Princeton from Leominster (Mass.) High School and played on that...

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John Van Henry Dyke '34

JACK VAN DYKE, a leading businessman in his native Milwaukee and an internationally known yachtsman, died May 7, 1991, of cancer. He had been chairman of Condev Corp.,...

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Paul Van C. Dyke '50

Paul C. Van Dyke died Dec. 31, 1998, in Groton, Conn., after a series of disabling strokes.He prepared at Hotchkiss School, where he earned all-New England honors in...

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Jere Hutchins Dykema '48

JEREDYKEMA DIED July 1, 1993. A native of Grosse Point, Mich., Jere joined us by way of Grosse Point Country Day and Hotchkiss. At college, he was in Charter. He...

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John R. Dykema '40

John Dykema died June 2, 1995. He was a lifelong Detroit-area resident. John prepared at Hotchkiss, took part in a range of Princeton undergraduate endeavors, and roomed...

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Theophanis Dymiotis *95

Theophanis Dymiotis died in a car accident March 10, 2007, after a performance with the Delaware Symphony Orchestra, when an oncoming driver ran head-on into his car....

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Douglas M. Dyne '50

Doug, a longtime resident of Tuxedo Park, N.Y., died June 7, 2010. He graduated from Mercersburg Academy, having previously attended Ridgewood (N.J.) High School....

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William L. Dyson '37

LANKY, FRIENDLY Dutch Dyson, ardent golfer and one of the first to use lithium to treat manic-depressive illness, died May 12, 1993. He left his widow, Susan; a...

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Richard J. Dzimiszkiewicz '66

Richard died Sept. 16, 2001. He entered Princeton with the Class of '64. He worked as a busboy in Commons and joined Dial Lodge in the spring of his sophomore year. He...

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