Al died Sept. 20, 2023, in Cincinnati, his longtime home.

Born in Brooklyn, he grew up in Buffalo and came to us from Nichols School. At Princeton, he majored in mathematics, took his meals at Wilson Lodge, was an officer of the Hillel Foundation and the Undergraduate Math Club, and was in Theatre Intime. He was also executive director of Bric-a-Brac, an editor for Princeton Engineer, and a writer for the Nassau Literary Review.

In 1965, Al earned a medical degree at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, followed by internship at Baltimore City Hospitals and residency at Strong Memorial in Rochester, N.Y. Following Army service, he was a pediatric radiologist at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and then had a distinguished 43-year career at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, retiring in 2009 but hardly remaining inactive. Over the years he taught, authored several medical textbooks, translated others into English, wrote many professional articles, and was an active member of several national and international radiology associations. Avocationally, he was a world traveler and a passionate civil-rights activist.

Al is survived by his wife of 50 years, Tamar; his son, Michael; and his sister, Janet Bernstein.

Undergraduate Class of 1961