Tim, a lifelong Pittsburgh resident, died May 5, 2022, at home in Shadyside, Pa.

Entering Princeton with the Class of 1944 at age 17, he left his freshman year to join the Marines. After training at Parris Island, he was sent to Tianjin (then Tientsin), China, where he served with the legendary “China Marines.” He returned to Princeton in 1946, where he joined Tower and graduated in 1950 with honors in history. He went on to earn a degree from the University of Pittsburgh Law School and was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar in 1954.

His career spanned more than 44 years as an officer in the trust divisions of Fidelity Trust Co., Pittsburgh National Bank, and PNC. His work took him to Peru, Spain, and France. He served on the boards of many charities and foundations, including Lydia’s Place, the Pittsburgh Zoo, Allegheny Cemetery, and the Ellis School, a private, all-girls school. 

Tim was a witty and humble man whose love for his hometown, Pittsburgh, never wavered. Though his family came first, skiing, rugby, and dogs also had places in his life.

Tim is survived by his children, Megan and Peter; one grandson; and extended family.

Undergraduate Class of 1950