Carl came to Princeton from Garden City (N.Y.) High School, where he was student council president and played varsity soccer, basketball, baseball, and lacrosse. At Princeton he majored in biology, ate at Tiger Inn, and was a prolific scorer playing lacrosse.
After graduating, Carl went on to the University of Rochester Medical School, graduating in 1968, followed by a residency at McPherson Hospital in Durham, N.C. Entering the Army as a physician, he achieved the rank of major. He then began his ophthalmological career in Greenville, N.C., later moving his practice to Atlanta and Lake Placid before retiring.
Throughout his life, Carl enjoyed spending time at the beach and in the mountains. His outdoor pursuits included cross-country skiing and hiking in the Adirondack Mountains around Lake Placid with his favorite dogs, Tiger and Dozzer, or kayaking, paddle-boarding, and time at the beach in North Carolina and Florida.
After retirement Carl most enjoyed time spent with his seven grandchildren. He is survived by his daughter, Suzanne; sons Carl ’90 and Brian and their families; and stepdaughter Valerie. The class extends its condolences to them all.