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Edwin Marston Burke ’40

Published in Nov. 7, 2007, issue

Ned died July 30, 2007, in Palm Beach, Fla.

He prepared at the Cate School in Santa Barbara, Calif., and at St. George’s. At Princeton, Ned majored in architecture, was on the freshman and JV soccer teams, and was vice president of Tiger Inn.

From 1940 to 1945, Ned served as a Navy officer in the European and Pacific theaters. He was discharged as a lieutenant commander, having been awarded a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart.

In 1950, he became president of L.V. Ludlow & Co. in Far Hills, N.J. He also was a director of the Puree Co. and served as mayor of Far Hills from 1967 to 1973.

He was a member of the Racquet and Tennis Club and Piping Rock Club of New York, and the Everglades Club and Seminole Golf Club in Palm Beach.

Ned is survived by his wife, Virginia; his four children, NatalieTuruliolis, Edwin M. Jr. ’68, Stephen J., and Kevin; five grandchildren; and his stepdaughters, Consuelo Hutton, Linda Lamy, Cynthia Mack, and Mimide Chabert Ostland. To them, his classmates extend their sincere condolences.

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