Jim died June 29, 2005, in Boise, Idaho.
He was born in Pennsylvania and raised in Corning, N.Y. At Princeton, Jim majored in geological engineering, joined Court Club, and participated in crew, WPRB, AIME, and The Four.
Upon graduating, Jim earned an MBA at New York University. He worked on Wall Street with Merrill Lynch, Smith Barney, and Chase Bank. He was a Russian linguist with the Army, rising to the rank of sergeant. Later he moved to Idaho, joining the First Security Bank as vice president. He retired in 1998.
Jim was a final professed Third Order Dominican, a fourth-degree Knight of Columbus, and the Faithful Navigator of the DeSmet General Assembly 4th Degree of Boise. He resided in Eagle, Idaho, becoming a charter member of the American Legion of Eagle. He especially enjoyed gardening, reading, and the study of history.
Jim leaves his wife, Kathleen; a brother, Charles; and many friends; and the Blessed Margaret of Castello Dominican community.
The Class of 1957