He came to Princeton from Clifford Scott High School in East Orange, N.J., where he was a member of the band. At Princeton Doug was a member of Cannon Club and managed the News Agency. He majored in English and was one of a small group of seniors who were married, so much of his extra time was occupied.
After graduation Doug earned a master’s degree in English and a doctorate in philosophy of education. He was a teacher and administrator in schools and colleges for 24 years. In 1984 he began a new career as a psychotherapist, getting an MSW degree from Smith College.
He loved hiking, listening to music, photography, and spending time with his dogs. He was an avid reader with myriad interests and was a mentor to many.
Doug is survived by his wife, Sherry; and their daughter, Cameron. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.