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Fulton Edwin Massengill ’57

Published in Mar. 27, 2002, issue

Ned died on Oct. 14, 2001, of cancer. He came to Princeton from Newark Academy. At Princeton, he participated in lacrosse and was a member of Ivy Club and ROTC. An Air Force pilot assigned to the 48th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, he was active during the Cuban missile crisis. His entire business career was spent with Smith Barney, Harris Upham & Co. in NYC, where he was a first vice president in the institutional equity sales and research departments.

A 30-year resident of Short Hills, N.J., before moving to Morristown, and an avid golfer, Ned was seven-time club champion at Canoe Brook Country Club in Summit, NJ, a member of Pine Valley Golf Club, and a member of the N.J. Senior Golf Association. Ned loved Princeton and his college roommates and friends, and he regularly attended class functions and Princeton sports events.

Our class extends its deepest sympathy to his wife of 42 years, Helen, to his children, Lisa, Michael, James, and Robert, his brother James and his eight grandchildren.

The Class of 1957

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