Dan came to Princeton in 1946 after service in the Army. He married June Brogger in 1948, and they lived in the Harrison Street project. Two daughters, Lynn and Leigh, were born in 1951 and 1955, and eventually five grandchildren were added to the family. Unfortunately, we don’t know the date of June’s death, but our 50th-reunion yearbook listed Dan as widowed. In March 2019 his wife, Barbara, notified us that he had died in June 2018.
As an undergraduate Dan joined Terrace Club and the Film Club, and he worked on the Bric-A-Bracand Theatre Intime. He majored in economics, and the bulk of his career was in television broadcasting as cameraman, producer, and film director all over the eastern United States. Along the way, he earned a law degree from George Washington University Law School. In 1971 Dan joined the nascent cable-television industry in Denver and became an instant Westerner, according to Barbara.
Dan is survived by Barbara and two children from his previous marriage. Our condolences go to Dan’s entire family.