He was born Nov. 14, 1945, in Philadelphia, Pa. David attended Collingswood (N.J.) High School, where he was student government president, captain of the football team, a member of the choir, and homecoming king. At Princeton He majored in politics; was active in Glee Club, freshman football, lightweight crew, and Triangle Club; and ate at Tower.
After Princeton David attended Yale Law School, where he took time off to serve on the Supreme Court briefing team for Roe v. Wade. David served as the first assistant commissioner for legal and governmental affairs and general counsel for the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. He then served with the President’s Council on Environmental Quality and the EPA. Leaving government work in 1982, he began a new career with Parsons Behle & Latimer in Utah, focusing his practice on environmental law and litigation.
David is survived by his wife, Kathleen; son Jason; daughter Kathleen; grandchildren Sofie, Elise, Lucy, Nathaniel, and Oliver; and brothers Robert and Leonard. To them, the class extends its profound sympathies.