Hutch came to Princeton from Millbrook School to study geological engineering and join Charter. He was the secretary of the American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers and roomed with Brantz Bryan.

Hutch served in the Marines in 1946-48, was recalled to active duty in 1950, commissioned a second lieutenant in 1951, and earned the Medal of Valor, Bronze Star, and a Purple Heart in Korea.

Hutch had a career in the oil business at various companies, then was president of Intercontinental Energy in 1969-89 and of Greenwood Holdings in 1989-90.

Hutch died Feb. 22, 2023. He is survived by his wife, Madeline; and his sons Paul and Stuart. To them the class offers sympathy with a salute to Hutch for his service to our country.

Undergraduate Class of 1952