Al died Aug. 10, 1995, in Port Washington, N.Y. He was 74. At Princeton he was an engineering major and a member of Cannon Club.
A patent attorney retired from Nolte, Nolte and Hunter, the law firm founded by his father, Albert Sr., Al served as a lieutenant in the Navy aboard the aircraft carrier Lunga Point from 1942-46.
He was active in various Long Island and area organizations, such as the New York Yacht Club and Sewanhaka Corinthian Club, as well as having been past president of the Princeton Engineers Assn. and a former board member of the Theodore Roosevelt Assn.
Al is survived by his wife, Mary; previous wife Anne; three daughters, Susan Wist, Leslie Armstrong, and Betsy Brown; a brother, Robert; and five grandchildren.
To the entire family, we offer our most sincere condolences.
The Class of 1943