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Terence James Campbell ’89

Published in Dec.8, 1993, issue

TERENCE CAMPBELL died Sept. 13, 1993, of a gunshot wound inflicted during an afternoon walk on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Police believe he was the victim of a robbery attempt.

Terry came to Princeton from Blue Bell, Penn., where his family still lives. At Princeton, he was active in Stevenson Hall, where he managed the dining hall and served on the governing board. His practical jokes were legendary among the members. During his sophomore and junior years, he roomed with Ahmet Sayan and Dave Lopez; Bryan Winter joined them senior year. Terry also held a social membership at Elm Club and participated in the Aquinas Institute.

After graduating cum laude in English, Terry worked in the family plumbing business for a year, and earned his master plumber's license. He continued his education at Columbia Law School. He became an editor of Columbia Law Review and joined the Columbia Society for Intl. Law and the St. Thomas More Society. After graduating last May as a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar, he took a job as an associate at Sullivan and Cromwell, in NYC. At the time of his death, he had been employed there one week.

At his funeral, Terry's brother told the gathering that "although Terry's death is a tragedy, his life was " " his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Campbell; his brothers Thomas and Timothy; and his sister Patrice Bower, the class extends its deepest condolences, and promises that the memory of his life will remain with us.

The Class of 1989

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Elliott J. Schuchardt Says:

2012-12-14 15:53:40

Former classmate at Columbia Law School, Class of 1993

Michael Braxton 90 Says:

2013-05-01 16:04:59

Also classmate at Columbia Law School, Class of 1993. His neighbor during his senior year at Princeton.
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