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Frederick L. Stout Jr. ’29

Published in Apr. 20, 1994, issue

FRITZ DIED Nov. 19, 1993. He prepared at Ben Avon (Penn.) H.S. and at Princeton Prep. At Princeton, he was basketball manager, on the Interclub Committee, and in the Intracollegiate Athletic Assn. He was in Cannon Club and his roommates were Hugh Kirkpatrick and Elsworth Giles. One of Fritz's undergraduate exploits, which we all remember, and of which graphic evidence remains, was his execution of our "bitched all around" beersuit design.

He spent his first 12 years after Princeton in the securities business, at firms such as Morris Brown, Horriblower & Weeks, Goodbody & Co. and Moore Lynch & Leonard. From 194245, he was with the Dravo Corp., then with Pittsburgh Plate Glass, and finally with Anaconda Aluminum (which later became Atlantic Richfield). He worked mainly in labormanagement negotiation, and after his retirement in 1971, he was an arbitrator for the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service.

In 1934, he married Marjorie B. Cope. He is survived by his four children, Frederick L. III, Christopher C., Liza Wolfe, and Kate. The class extends its sincere sympathy to Fritz's family.

The Class of 1929

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