Jack died Feb. 3, 2023, in Madbury, N.H., after a five-year bout with cancer.
He had a lifelong passion for music, which he actively engaged in while at Princeton. Jack was a member of the Chapel Choir, serving as president his senior year, and studied organ under Carl Weinrich. He majored in chemistry and was a member of the Pre-Med Society, Orange Key, and Campus Club.
Jack attended medical school at Columbia University finding time to conduct the medical school choir and subsequently served two years in the Navy. Afterwards he concluded his residency in Cooperstown, N.Y.
In 1973, Jack moved to Dover, N.H., where he co-founded Dover Surgical Associates, serving for 29 years as a general surgeon. He also teamed up with fellow doctors to start the Seacoast Cancer Center. Known as a skilled and compassionate surgeon, he touched the lives of thousands. Jack and his wife Vicky shared their love of music and enjoyed traveling from the chateaus of France to the roads of Western China.
The class extends condolences Vicky, sons Tim and Bill, stepsons Alex and Spencer Wong, and all their families.