George died March 27, 2021, of ALS. He came to Princeton from Coral Gables High School, where he excelled in all things musical, continuing at Princeton with the marching band. A mechanical engineering major, he was a dining hall captain, roomed with Callaghan, Henderson, and Tocher, and ate at Cannon Club.

After graduation he worked at GE on the Apollo program, earned an MBA from Harvard, then worked at Markem as marketing manager. He married Kay Shriver in 1961; they had four children before divorcing in 1977. In 1985 he married Charlotte Guyer and became a father again, to her two daughters. Paying tuition simultaneously at several colleges was compensated by the thrill of having multiple stickers on his car’s rear window.

George attempted retirement in 1995, only to fail by taking up as the first general manager of ISP Monadnet. He retired again in 2003 and started getting busy, playing in local bands, singing in several choirs, and raising money to build two YMCA facilities and expand the public library and ice rink. A proud Princetonian, he believed that life could be lived well only through service to others. His love for Princeton was fueled by his pride in being part of a great institution that held the same to be true.

George is survived by Charlotte, his love for 36 years; stepdaughters Margaret and Jocelyn *96; children of his first marriage, Karen, Suzanne, David, and Tim ’90; and his brother Robert. We have sent condolences.

Undergraduate Class of 1959