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David Fendrich Hack ’33

Published in Nov. 3, 1999, issue

David Fendrich Hack died July 1, 1999, at Farren Care Center in Turner Falls, Mass. He was 87. He prepared for Princeton at Princeton Prep School.

He had been a resident of Wilton, Conn., for 25 years before moving to Vero Beach and then to Bernardston, Mass., in 1992. Dave was president and owner of Norwalk Container for 20 years before he retired in 1977. Prior to that he was employed by Commercial Trust in White Plains, N.Y., while he was also a real estate developer in Connecticut and Florida.

The Princetonians in his family included his father, Otto '03, three brothers, five nephews, and a niece-in-law.

Dave is survived by his wife of 59 years, Virginia Quinby, a son William F., a brother Robert A. '44, three daughters, Elizabeth P Bill, Margaret Q. Babbitt, and Dorothy Clare Green, and six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Dave will be missed by a large supportive family and by his Princeton classmates.

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