Bill died in Chicago on Jan. 11, 2000. He came to Princeton from the Northwood School and majored in psychology. Military service intervened, but he received his AB from both Stanford and Princeton after WWII. He later received an MBA from Columbia and went to work with the Lumberman's Credit Assn. in Chicago, rising to become its president.
He was active in many charitable and educational causes. There are no known survivors.
The Class of 1944