Sandy died Oct. 24, 2021, at his home in Maine after a long illness. 

Born in Schenectady, N.Y., he came to us from Burnt Hills–Ballston Lake High School. At Princeton he majored in music, was in the Chapel Choir, played IAA sports, and ate at Terrace Club. His roommates were McKamy Smith, Joe Messina, Andy Prindl ’60, Ed Rose, and Woody Andrews.

After earning a medical degree at Tufts in 1965, Sandy served two tours in Vietnam as battalion physician with the SeaBees in Da Nang, followed by residencies in Albany, N.Y., and Detroit. He and a fellow pediatrician then entered private practice in Wakefield, R.I., and he later joined the ER. He was board-certified in pediatrics and emergency medicine. In Rhode Island he performed with a piano trio and founded and directed the South County Chamber Singers. 

After relocating to Connecticut, he worked at New Britain General Hospital in ER medicine and sang with the Connecticut Choral Artists chorus. Later he and his wife, Judy, retired to South Bristol, Maine, where he continued part-time in ER medicine as well as becoming director of Tapestry Singers and a church organist. 

Sandy is survived by his wife of 31 years, Judy; four children; two stepdaughters; and 11 grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1961