Al died June 26, 2022, in Santa Monica, Calif., where he and his wife had lived for many years. 

Al was born in Superior, Wis., and prepared for Princeton at Wilson High School in Washington, D.C. He joined Cannon Club, was on the staff of WPRU, and belonged to the Hillel Foundation. 

He served in the Army after graduation; was stationed in Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico; and then entered a two-year management-training program with Merrill Lynch, going to work in the Washington office. Al became an executive vice president of Merrill Lynch and served on the board of directors before moving to Wertheim Asset Management as president and then Drexel Burnham Lambert, where he became vice chairman. In retirement, Al lived in Santa Monica, where he worked as an expert witness in retail brokerage and was the Los Angeles chairman of the Service Corps of Retired Executives. 

Al is survived by his wife, Judy; their three children; and eight grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1953