Norman Stoner died Nov. 20, 2011.
Before coming to Princeton, he graduated from Oil City (Pa.) High School, where he was on the debating team. He attended Allegheny College and transferred to Princeton sophomore year, where he majored in economics and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He was on Princeton’s debating team and served as a trustee of the University Store while in college.
After Princeton, Norman went to Stanford Law School. He was later singled out for specialized training in Japanese. He joined the Navy and separated as a lieutenant.
In 1946 he married Shirley Green, and they settled in San Jose, Calif., where Norman practiced law. Besides practicing law, Norman cultivated seven to 10 acres of walnuts each year on a ranch near San Jose. In our 50-year book, Norman ’s address was listed as Los Gatos, Calif.
Norman was the father of three sons. To them and his extended family and friends, we express our sincere sympathy.