Scion of a considerable Tiger clan, Kurt came to us from Philips Exeter Academy, At Princeton, he dined at Charter and majored in economics, but conceded that WPRB campus radio was his true major. He was station manager and a ubiquitous voice on-air for four years.

After two years with the Army, Kurt went directly into business. He began at Time-Life-Books in direct marketing, married Pam in 1965, and they moved to London, where he was marketing director for the U.K.

Leaving Time-Life, He and Pam returned to the United States in 1973, where Kurt transformed his direct marketing skills into a series of successful corporate positions, concluding with his retirement in 1992 to establish his own marketing consultancy, focused on clients, projects, and timetables that were attracted to him.

In semi-retirement Kurt was proud of his work with former roommate Terry Mecray ’60, in organizing the class’s successful Colonial Philadelphia mini-reunion in 2014. Kurt and Pam also continued their longtime support of and participation in the historic Hedgerow Theater near their home Rose Valley, Pa. They moved to a retirement community Atlantic Beach, Fla., in 2018.

Kurt died Dec. 23, 2023, of a cerebral hemorrhage. Our consolations go to Pam; their son Scott; his wife; and grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1960