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Frank W. Ittel Jr. ’57

Published in May 19, 1999, issue

Frank W. Ittel Jr. died Feb. 20, 1999, at home, following injuries in an automobile accident from which he seemed to be recovering. Frank came to Princeton from West View [Pa.] H.S., in a suburb of Pittsburgh, along with Ed Naumann and Ron Nelson. Frank was a person of high talent and somewhat Runyonesque character. After graduation, Frank followed his father into the field of law, having completed study with honors at the Georgetown U. School of Law. He returned to Pittsburgh and joined the firm of Reed Smith Shaw & McClay. Frank practiced law for the last two years with the firm of Thomas Schuchert & Associates.

Frank was married twice, the father of four children, and the grandfather of three. He is survived by his wife, Geraldine "Geri" Seebacher-Ittel. Frank was a loyal friend with a lively sense of humor which helped him bear up under serious arthritis with which Geri gave him much help. Frank was buried with a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Ursula Church in Allison Park. In an act which befitted Frank's generosity, he donated three organs to be used in transplants. We offer Frank's family our sympathy.

The Class of 1957

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