Jack Carr died in hospice care in Danvers, Mass., Aug 20, 2006. His wife of 15 years, Marjorie Vietor Kittedge, was by his side.
Born in Flushing, N.Y., he graduated from Andover and began at Princeton in 1942. After time spent in submarine duty during World War II, Jack graduated in 1947, then attended Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and Harvard University School of Public Health. He practiced psychiatry in Hingham and Nantucket, Mass., for three decades.
Jack’s hobbies included horticulture, editorial writing, and community television. He and Marjorie lived at Windrush Farm, where horses helped provide therapeutic service to disabled people.
He is survived by his children, Lisa, Laura, Zizi, and Michael; stepchildren Lucinda Sullivan, Charles Kittedge, and Ellen Scott; brothers Bob and Jim; and his first wife, Marion. He was predeceased by his brother, Frank Carr ’44. The class extends sincere sympathy.