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George S. Indig ’46

Published in Dec. 13, 2006, issue

George S. Indig died July 30, 2006.

Born in New York City, he earned a bachelor’s in engineering at Princeton, where he played varsity football. Briefly in the Army Specialized Training Program, in Raleigh, N.C., he earned a law degree at Columbia in 1949. He joined Bell Laboratories as a patent attorney, where he worked until retirement in 1996. Part-time work with Bell followed.

His hobbies included model trains.

A devoted family man, George and his wife of 53 years, Joan, raised son Benjamin and daughters Jessica Smith, Catherine Bangs, and Sarah Burkly. They survive him, as do 12 grandchildren. To them all, the class extends its sincere sympathy.

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