At Princeton, he joined Prospect Club and majored in theoretical physics. His special interest was amateur radio. After graduation he continued graduate work in physics at Princeton until 1962.
He taught physics as a professor at Clarkson University until retiring to work on his own. He noted in our 45th-reunion yearbook that “My gravitational research is funded by the National Science Foundation. I am organizing Mieders Micro meetings on exact solutions to Einstein’s equations.”
Fred is survived by his wife, Charlotte.