WE LOST a classmate and friend when Amy died unexpectedly Aug. 21, 1993, at the age of 22. She was undergoing radiology treatment for a venous malformation located in the muscles of her back when she suffered heart failure.
Amy entered Princeton with the Class of '92, took a year off following her sophomore year, and returned to graduate with the Class of '93. She majored in classics and used the support of the Steele Prize to spend two summers on archaeological digs in Europe. She volunteered at the Women's Center where she was coeditor of VOICES, a publication highlighting the artistic and literary talents of Princeton women. Amy's interests were divided between classsics and fine arts, and she relished the time she spent drawing and painting in the art department studios. She belonged to Terrace and worked there as a kitchen assistant.
Princeton friends paid tribute to Amy at a memorial service and treeplanting ceremony on campus Oct. 23, 1993. Amy was further honored by the new BrockobBryant Faculty Lecture Series, which began Jan. 13, 1994. To Amy's parents, father Robert, mother Linda Clark, and stepfather Raymond Clark, we extend our sincerest sympathies.
The Class of 1993