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John Montague Teevan ’39

Published in Oct. 25, 2000, issue

John died on July 1, 2000, only a few weeks after he and Jean had been among classmates who cruised to Bermuda for a view of the Tall Ships. Born in Chicago and a resident of Park Ridge, Ill., John earned his BA and law degrees at Northwestern, having left Princeton during the winter of his junior year. Nevertheless, he always kept in touch with us and was a loyal supporter of Princeton.

After serving four years as a naval lt. in the Pacific, where he won several area ribbons and battle stars, he returned to his legal career. He also taught part-time at Northwestern, 20 years in the school of business and seven years in the school of law. We offer our sincere sympathy to Jean, their son, John A. '68, daughters Peggy and Joan, and six grandchildren.

The Class of 1939

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