He came to Princeton from the Episcopal Academy. At Princeton, Heatly was a Chapel deacon. Majoring in art history, he also met all the requirements for pre-med.
Heatly earned a medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania medical school and an MPH from Berkeley. During med school and for several years thereafter, he learned about a broad range of medical conditions in both pediatrics and public health in India, Seattle, Haiti, Switzerland, and Waterville, Maine, before returning to his boyhood home and concentrating on allergies in his own practice in Paoli, Pa.
Heatly followed his family tradition of generosity and leadership in the Presbyterian Church of Bryn Mawr, Pa. He learned how to play the cello at age 50 and enjoyed gardening and his many dogs. With two sons as undergraduate varsity squash players, he was frequently at Princeton, which he loved.
Heatly is survived by his wife, Joanne; sons Harrison ’98 and Marshall ’01 and their spouses; grandchildren William, Wesley, Otis, and Joni Rose; and sisters Margot Southerland and Milbrey Raney. The class offers its condolences.