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Albert Phillip Gross ’25

Published in Nov. 22, 1995, issue

Al Gross died of a heart attack Sept. 9, 1995. He was born in N.Y.C. Jan. 23, 1905. He prepared at New Rochelle H.S. At Princeton he was on the freshman and 150-lb. crew squads and a member of the Law Club. He graduated with honors.

He was employed for four years by Cohn, Hall, and Marx Textile Co. He then spent 60 years as an investment broker, 52 of which with Bear, Stearns in N.Y.C. He was a longtime member and officer of the Assn. of Customer Brokers. He was a trustee of the New Rochelle Public Library before moving to N.Y.C.

Al is survived by his wife, Kathe, son Edward, daughters Nancy Blose and Elizabeth Holland, and three grandchildren.

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