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Bradford Alan Arthur ’50

Published in May 7, 1997, issue

Brad Arthur died at the Underwood Hospital in Woodbury, N.J., Oct. 4, 1996. He was 69.

Brad prepared for Princeton at St. Paul's School in Concord, N.H., where he was an outstanding athlete, excelling in football and ice hockey. He withdrew from Princeton early in our sophomore year and entered the U. of Denver. He participated in a college program through the Marine Corps and then went on active duty for three years in Virginia and California.

He attended law school at the U. of Southern California. He then worked as a prosecutor in the office of Gov. Pat Brown.

Brad soon discovered that his calling was as a defense attorney. He practiced for many years in the L.A. area, but poor health caught up with him. Brad retired to the Philadelphia area, where he lived until he was hospitalized.

Brad established a very close lifetime relationship with our classmate Jones Toland, who predeceased him in 1987. We are unaware of any living family members.

The Class of 1950

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