Bill died Apr. 29, 1996, after a long illness at the Baptist Hospital in Beaumont, Tex.
He grew up in Beaumont and came to Princeton from Lawrenceville. He graduated as an engineer. He worked for the Texas Co. and the Texas Highway Co. He was active in many Beaumont civic affairs, a member of the United Methodist Church, and an ardent supporter of many charities in Beaumont. His hobbies were many and varied: reading, hunting, fishing, photography, music, and swimming. He was interested in athletic and sporting events, especially Princeton football.
He is survived by his wife, Sallye Johns Keith, and six cousins.
The class extends its deep sympathy to his widow.
The Class of 1930