BOB DIED in West Palm Beach Apr. 19, 1990. Coming to Princeton from the Choate School, Bob majored in sociology and was a member of Prospect Club,
A consummate executive, Bob graduated from the O.P.M. program at Harvard. His business interests were many and varied: owner, chairman and C.E.O. of MitchellBradford, Inc., Milford, Conn.; director of Powers and Systems Institute, Boston; director of Humanics Publishing Group, Atlanta; founder of the Delta Training Institute, Atlanta; founding advisory board member of the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology at Rutgers; and former president of Sel-Rex Corp., a subsidiary of Occidental Petroleum, Nutley, NJ.
Those who knew Bob as undergraduates remember his quick wit; he was characteristically upbeat and optimistic throughout his life, noting shortly before his death that he was looking forward to the Class's 30th reunion.
Bob married a second time in 1987, to Joan Wenzel, who survives him. Also surviving are his daughters, Bonnie, Robin, and Susan; his stepdaughter, Kim Wenzel; his brothers, Gilbert and Andrew; and his sister, Madeline Levy. To all of them the Class extends its deepest sympathies.
The Class of 1959