Jim died peacefully in Tucson, Ariz., where he lived. Known affectionately as Toad, Jim was an affable and easy-going member of the class. He was 68.

Jim was from Aliquippa, Pa., northwest of Pittsburgh, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Todd. He graduated from Hopewell (Pa.) High School.

Jim roomed in Brown Hall with Dave Updegraff and John Giovannone, where he met his future sophomore suitemates in Foulke, Doug Briggs, Gene Brissie, Andy Parrott, Wayne Smith, Dave Updegraff, and Tom Yoder. He roomed with Carter Simpson senior year. Jim returned to Princeton for our 40th reunion.

A biology major, Jim attended William and Mary and earned a master’s degree in evolutionary biology. He moved to Tucson, Ariz., where he became a financial adviser. He retired from Wells Fargo Advisers after a 37-year career.

In Tucson his close friends knew Jim as an avid reader and traveler who enjoyed all kinds of music. He was a gourmet cook and volunteer at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum.

Jim is survived by his wife, Tuni; his inherited son, Gaffney; his sister, Julie Cundiff; and Julie’s husband, Jim Cundiff. The class sends condolences to his family.

Undergraduate Class of 1972