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Charles Carroll III ’54

Published in Sept. 11, 2002, issue

Charles Carroll died Jan. 19, 2002, from a cerebral accident after working in his garden. Born in Baltimore, he attended Gilman School. He was a member of Princeton's 1953 lacrosse championship team. A history major, he was a member of Ivy Club and ROTC. After Princeton he served in the Army at Ft. Sill. Subsequent to the Korean War, he returned to Baltimore and worked for the Bell System in Maryland and later as consultant for Maryland National Bank. For the past 15 years, he worked in career guidance and human resources in Baltimore. He also worked for the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland and its ministry to the aging.

He never forgot his enthusiasm for Princeton. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Anne, four children, and nine grandchildren. His greatest hope was to have a grandchild apply to Princeton. The class sends its sympathy to his wife and children.

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