In 1954 Jim joined the Gallup Poll as director of field personnel, then became Princeton’s assistant dean of students until 1969. He next became a real-estate broker in Princeton, retiring in 1985. He was an enthusiastic full-time volunteer at Princeton’s Blairstown Center for inner-city children. He and his wife, Julia, were delighted longtime owners of a place in Hope Town, Abaco, Bahamas, and he served as a commodore of the Hope Town Sailing Club.
Jim died Feb. 28, 2021, leaving Julia and their children, Ophelia ’81 and James, to whom the class sends its best with appreciation of Jim’s service to Princeton and to our country.