He came to Princeton from Millbrook School. At Princeton he wrote his thesis on the Barbizon School of Art. Years later his professor, Ira Wade, returned his final exam with a book the professor had just published and a note saying “this is how teachers learn from their students.”
After two years in the Army, Tony went to Harvard Law School, where he took a new bridge program between the law and medical schools. He joined Citibank and went to live in Paris with his wife, Liz, andtwo children. At Sloan School at MIT, Tony learned about the World Health Organization and joined up, wanting to do something meaningful and pursue his interest in medicine. He traveled around the world for WHO. Eventually, Tony was appointed head of the legal department and later rose to become director of the cabinet for the director general.
Tony is survived by Liz; his daughter, Lizbeth ’87; his son, William; and granddaughter Florence. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.