Prewitt died Feb. 14, 2005.
Born in Kansas City, Mo., he prepared for Princeton at Pembroke Country Day School. A member of Cottage Club, where he served on the house committee, he was active in many campus activities, including the Schools and Scholarships Committee of Orange Key, and played numerous I.A.A. sports. After graduation, he served as a lieutenant in the Army.
During his professional career, Prewitt worked for Mann-Kline Insurance. He became a senior vice president at Marsh and McClennan and later founded Agri-Risk Services, insuring livestock and horses. He served as owner and president until his retirement in 1988.
He then embarked on a life of traveling and farming. Prewitt served on the boards of many organizations. He also became president of the Princeton Club of Kansas City and from 1990-95 was president of the class.
The class extends sympathy to his children Becky, Jenny, and Prewitt; four grandchildren; former wife Karen Turner; sister Anne; and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
The Class of 1954