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John Arthur Brodbeck ’49

Published in Nov. 22, 2000, issue

Jack died on Mar. 29, 2000, in Doylestown, Pa., of unknown causes. He was 71.

He came to Princeton from Fort Hamilton H.S. in Brooklyn. He majored in history and won J. Henley Smith scholarships twice. He also worked at the reserve desk in the library.

Jack worked primarily in international marketing during his career after service in the army during the Korean War. He had been inactive in class activities for many years, and little is known about him except that he was an invalid for approximately the last 15 years of his life.

There are no known survivors.

The Class of 1949

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