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John Mcintyre Hadsall ’29 *30

Published in July 10, 1991, issue

JAY DIED Feb. 8, 1991. He had prepared for college at Univ. of Chicago High School. At Princeton he roomed with his brother Stew, our deceased classmate.

Jay got a C.E. degree from Princeton in 1930 and an LL.B. from Chicago Kent College of Law in 1936.

He started work with an architectural firm in N.Y., but in 1931 joined Leonard Construction Co., of which his father was president. Then he was with Draper & Kramer, real estate, but in 1941 went with the Link Belt Co., where he stayed until retirement in 1965 to give his time to public service and family investments. He was president of the Glencoe Community Chest and of the Rotary Club and served on the boards of Association House of Chicago, Child & Family Service, and Recording for the Blind. He was extremely active with the Princeton Schools Committee.

in 1943 he married Evelyn Swift, and she survives, together with their son, Ronald Stewart Hadsall, and daughter Lucy (Mrs. Thomas Hedrick). The Class extends sincere sympathy to Jay's family.

The Class of 1929

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