PAW published memorials for 429 alumni in 2022, and in this issue, we reflect on 12 of those lives, the impact they had on Princeton, the world, and their families. We also remind you that the University will pay tribute to students, alumni, faculty, and staff members whose deaths were recorded last year at the Service of Remembrance on Alumni Day, Feb. 25.


Ernest Stock ’49: He Survived the Holocaust, Fought in WWII Before Coming to Princeton

Douglas G. McGrath ’80: A Prolific Artist Who Found Joy in Creating

Lisa Goddard *95: A Climate Scientist Who Helped People Near and Far

James Everett Ward ’48: One of Princeton’s First Black Students, He Found Connection in the Community

George Sella ’50: He Was a ‘Cyclone’ on the Playing Field and Throughout Life

David Boggs ’72: A ‘Techie’ Who Helped Create Ethernet

Robin Herman ’73: ‘The Girl in the Locker Room’ Who Changed Journalism

Elizabeth Bailey *72: Princeton’s First Woman Ph.D. in Economics, She Revolutionized the Airline Industry

Ernst Reese ’53: He Fought to Protect Oceans and Ecosystems in Hawaii

Arthur Cotton Moore ’58 *60: An Architect Whose Vision for Washington, D.C., Lives On

Eberhard Faber IV ’57: A Life as Complex as the Pencils His Family Made

Edmund Keeley ’48: The Ultimate Translator Who Brought Modern Greece to Princeton