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Jeffrey Douglas Raub ’72

Published in Feb. 9, 2005, issue

Jeff died Sept. 28, 2004, in Old Town, Maine. In 2001 he had moved to nearby Bangor as director of the emergency department at St. Joseph Hospital there. He later practiced emergency medicine at St. Andrews Hospital in Boothbay, Maine.

Jeff graduated from Greenville [Pa.] High School. At Princeton he was a varsity wrestler and co-captain his senior year when the team won its fourth-straight Ivy League championship, a biology major, and a member of Tiger Inn. His '72 roommates included Barry Ahrendt, Rob Eissler, Roger Ferry, John Holden, Rick Hupf, Tom Lawrence, Randy Smith, Marc Toma, and Doug Whallon. Steve Garner, Jeff's former brother-in-law, represented '72 at the funeral service in Greenville.

Jeff earned his medical degree at Hahnemann Medical College in Philadelphia, then practiced medicine in Sayre, Franklin, and Erie, Pa., specializing in emergency life support, in which he was an accomplished instructor and state-certification examiner. He eagerly pursued avid interests in the outdoors, especially hiking, bow-hunting, and marathon canoe-racing.

He is survived by his parents, Miriam and Dr. Paul Lester Raub; two daughters, Lindsey and Stephanie; and three brothers, Brian, Dan, and Paul. The class sends heartfelt condolences to all.

The Class of 1972

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