Doug died Dec. 21, 2018, in his lifelong home in Nutley, N.J. Born in Newark, he came to us from the Peddie School. At Princeton he played freshman lacrosse and JV football, majored in chemical engineering, and was a member of the Bridge Club, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and the Interschools Committee. He took his meals at Dial Lodge.
After Princeton Doug earned an MBA at Columbia before joining Sterling Drug Co. in New York, where he was the director of corporate planning. Avocationally, Doug was an active supporter of all things Nutley, including Masonic Lodge No. 25, the board of education, the zoning board, the historical society, the Kingsland Trust and the Nutley Family Services Bureau. He was a founder of the Nutley Town Club and was active in local politics.
Doug was predeceased by his wife, Anne. He is survived by daughters Maurya Contini and Gretchen Snyder; eight grandchildren; his brother, Charles; and his sister, Caryl Mundy.