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David R. Aufdenspring ’62

Published in Mar. 26, 2003, issue

Dave died on Dec. 10, 2002, from complications of heart disease. He had received a heart transplant in June 1998. Dave was thrilled by the ability to celebrate both our 35th and 40th reunions in Princeton. He wrote in our 40th yearbook, "During my health problems and all the 'good times,' my wife, Judy, has been with me, giving me her unconditional love, support, and cheerfulness."

Dave came to Princeton from Belleville [Ill.] Cathedral HS. He majored in history and played both freshman and JV football. He was known to many of his friends at Tower Club as "Springer" and to his roommates in 1903 Hall as "Dangle."

Following graduation, Dave went to Yale Law School and then joined the Atlanta law firm of Powell, Goldstein, Frazer & Murphy. He spent his entire career with that firm, becoming a partner in 1970 and a nationally recognized specialist in antitrust litigation.

Dave was an avid reader and golfer. He also was active in charitable causes, particularly the American Heart and the Heart Transplant Assns. In addition to Judy, he is survived by his brother, Michael; children Tracy Fenn and Rob; stepchildren Christy Edmonds and Brent Mitchell; and six granddaughters. We, too, have lost a loyal, devoted friend.

The Class of 1962

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