Had died July 27, 1998. He prepared for college at Wilmington Friends School and Tower Hill School in Wilmington. At Princeton he played polo and was active in the Glee Club (as conductor) and Triangle Club. He belonged to Tower Club and roomed with Jack Copley and Clem Hoopes.
After one year with duPont he went into the family business (castings, car wheels, and machinery), of which he became president. When he sold the company he went back to duPont and was plant engineer for several of its plants. He was on the board of the Industrial Trust Co. He and his wife were continuously active in the Presbyterian Church, and Had kept up his interest in music, especially choral singing.
In 1934 he married Susan Holsomb, who survives him, as do their four sons: Harold III '59, Charles, William, and Stephen. The class extends sincere sympathy to Had's family.
The Class of 1929