Chuck was taken from us tragically in an automobile accident in Sonoma, Calif., Nov. 8, 2003. He was 46.

He graduated with honors from Upper Arlington [Ohio] HS, where he was a state champion swimmer, ranked seventh nationally in the 200-yard freestyle, and went on to hold the national record. He was a high school All-American.

At Princeton, Chuck continued swimming and earned four varsity letters and was an academic All-American. He was an economics major and graduated with high honors.

He went to U. of California, SF School of Medicine where he earned the Cane Award for ranking first in his class. He was an orthopedist extraordinaire. Known as "Midnight" Moulton to his patients, the Sonoma County community, and Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, he always did his rounds at midnight. He did the work of three surgeons. He was passionate, dedicated, and loved his patients.

Chuck is survived by his wife of 18 years, Paula; their children Ashley, Christopher, and Alexandra; his parents, Edward and Joy Moulton; two sisters, Jennifer Look and Alison Papanikos; and a brother, David F. II.

Chuck was a distance swimmer and that was his approach to life: slow, steady, but long. We will miss him greatly. See you at the next turn, Chuck.

The Class of 1980

Undergraduate Class of 1980