BILL DIED July 21, 1990, at the Heritage Convalescent Center in Atlanta, Ga., after an extended illness.
Bill prepared at Columbus Academy, Oh. At Princeton he played basketball, worked for several publications and was manager of Terrace Club.
In 193031 Bill spent a year promoting the N.Y. TIMES at prep schools and colleges. Later Bill spent a year with the War Production Board in the section on metals and critical materials. Bill's principal career was in manufacturers' representation and for thirtysome years he was president and owner of the Win. L. Johnston Co., dealing mostly in plastics.
In 1943 Bill married Marianne Fogg. She survives as do two nieces and seven nephews. We extend our sympathy in their loss.
The Class of 1930