Chuck, as he was known to his close friends, died Jan. 29, 2002.
He was born in Montclair, N.J., but lived in London, New York City, and Garden City, N.Y. His father was in the cosmetic manufacturing business. Chuck came to Princeton from St. Paul's and Choate schools, where he was on the track and soccer teams. At Princeton he majored in economics, was a member of the 150-pound crew and intercollegiate championship crew, and was a cheerleader.
He served in the Army at Fort Sill, Okla., and Fort Benning, Ga., rising to the rank of major. He moved to Stamford, Conn., and became vice president and general manager of Chesebrough-Ponds Co. He married Dorothy Caldwell and together they rebuilt an old (1700) house in New Canaan, Conn. He belonged to the Princeton Club in New York, the Woodway and Ennis Arden country clubs, and the Stamford Yacht Club. His hobbies included sailing and flying.
To Chuck's family and friends, we extend our loving sympathy and fond remembrances.