Art died March 1, 2023.

He prepared at Bolles School in Jacksonville, Fla., and was active in tennis, publications, and debating. Majoring in politics at Princeton, he wrote his senior thesis on federal-state relations during the Eisenhower administration. (Years later, after three years as a legal and administrative assistant to a U.S. congressman, Art wrote that he felt that his thesis could be applied to almost any decision-making situation.) He joined Tower Club and the Pre-Law Society.

After two years of service in the Army, he earned a law degree at the University of Florida Law School and an LL.M. at Yale Law School. He married Diana Clough in 1962.

Art is remembered for his unfailing optimism and patience. He touched many lives during his career in law and politics as a federal judge, a lawyer, and counsel to a governor of Florida. He loved painting, classical music, and spending time with his family in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.

Art is survived by sons Jeffrey and Clifford; daughters Lynn and Karen; and grandchildren Jason, Lindsey, Kevin, Douglas, and Dylan. He was predeceased by his wife, Marjorie; his first wife, Diana; brother Nicholas ’50; and sister Carol Ann.

Undergraduate Class of 1954