Tony died Nov. 30, 2021, in Adamstown, Md.

He came to us from St. Albans School in Washington, D.C., where he played soccer, ran cross-country, and belonged to the student vestry and the glee club. At Princeton, he majored in mechanical engineering, joined Quadrangle Club, and roomed with Plexico, A.N. Brown, Kreutzberg, Watts, and Weed. He was a member of the Engineering Council and president of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

After Princeton, Tony earned a master’s degree in nuclear engineering at the University of Florida, followed by two years in Vienna, Austria, working for the International Atomic Energy Agency, then back to the University of Florida for his Ph.D. He returned to St. Albans for three years, teaching courses in physics and math and coaching the track team. He then embarked on his professional career with the Mitre Corp., consulting on environmental and energy matters for federal agencies and becoming lead engineer.

Tony’s major avocations were traveling and construction. Working off and on for two decades, he built his own house in McLean, Va., a three-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot dwelling complete with indoor pool, five-car garage, and bomb shelter. Indulging his other pastime, Tony traveled the globe, meeting his future wife, Shirley Sherman, on one of his many trips and together becoming ardent world travelers.

He is survived by Shirley, to whom we have sent condolences.

Undergraduate Class of 1959