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Hart A. Goldsmith ’60

Published in June 5, 2002, issue

Hart died Oct. 11, 2000, of cancer. He was 61. He graduated from the Allendale HS in Rochester, N.Y., and attended Princeton, leaving in his junior year to attend the U. of Rochester. After college, Hart worked for the federal government in southeast Asia, then returned to Rochester to start his own business, Continental Financial Systems. He was the Republican town leader for Mendon and a volunteer firefighter for more than 35 years. He was a member of the board for Children's Hospital, the Stuart Horse Trials, the Pittsford Carriage Assn., and the Mendon Fire Dept.. He enjoyed flying, fox hunting, sailing, skiing, golf, and gardening, and was a member of the Oak Hill Country Club, the Genessee Valley Club, and a former member of Ski Valley.

Hart is survived by his wife, Katie, his children, Hart, Geoffrey, Michael, Bridget, and Meaghan, and his three grandchildren. To them, the class sends its condolences.

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