Mark Allan Miller died of AIDS Dec. 23, 1992, in L.A., where he lived and worked as a lawyer.
Mark was valedictorian of Fairfax H.S. in L.A. He enrolled at Princeton with us, majored in economics and participated in Hillel. After the fall semester of junior year he took a year off, then transferred to UCLA, where he graduated as class valedictorian and Phi Beta Kappa. He then attended Yale Law School.
As an attorney at Steadman, Trister & Glatt in L.A., Mark worked on bankruptcy proceedings for Texaco and Pennzoil, among other clients. He later went to work in the legal department at Warner Studios in Burbank, Calif. His colleagues at Warner established a scholarship in his memory. A Francophile, Mark loved travel, gourmet cooking, and the arts, particularly classical music and the opera.
He is survived by his parents, Milton and Rachel Miller; a brother and sister-in-law, Neil Harvey Miller and Marcy Litton; two nieces, Gena Rose and Julia Kate Miller; and numerous friends, including especially Dean Marx and Randy. To all of them, the class extends sincere condolences.
The Class of 1978