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Albert G. Isaacs Jr. ’29

Published in Dec. 25, 1996, issue

Nep died Aug. 20, 1996, at his home in Waverly, Pa. He prepared for college at Treat School and Lawrenceville. At Princeton he was in Charter Club, and his roommates were Johnnie Gore and George Schulz. He received an MBA at Harvard and started work with some coal companies. He became secretary of the Standard Grate Bar Co. and v.p. of the Weatherly Steel Co. He was also on the boards of the Sprague & Harwood Co., the Johnson Technical Institute, and a number of other business and civic organizations. He was secretary of the Scranton YMCA and belonged to several country clubs in Pennsylvania and Florida. In 1932 he married Constance Sprague Osborne and after her death married Marion Margery Scranton, who is also deceased. He is survived by a daughter, Elizabeth Sprague Cooper, to whom the class extends sincere sympathy.

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