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Richard Hartman Whiteside ’48

Published in June 5, 2002, issue

Dick died Nov. 16, 2000. He was principal and owner of Hartman Marketing and Construction of Fairfield, Conn., and former vice president of Fletcher-Thompson, architects and engineers.

Dick's early years were in the Greenwich area. He attended Greenwich HS and graduated from Choate. He was in the Navy before graduating from Princeton in 1949 in architecture. He was a member of Cannon and sang in the Glee Club.

Dick was development director of Choate from 1965-70 and active in civic affairs. He was always a loyal Princetonian.

To his widow, Eleanor, and daughters Cheryl, Dale, Leslie, and Elizabeth, the class extends its condolences.

The Class of 1948

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