Jerry came to Princeton from Brooklyn Tech High School. He was on the freshman prom committee, worked on The Daily Princetonian, was Campus Fund head dorm solicitor, ate at Cannon, and was on the debate team, winning the Class of 1876 Debating Prize. His major was English, and he roomed with Eugene Goldberg and Bob Arnstein.

Jerry went on to the George Washington University Medical School and graduated with distinction in 1955. Next he finished a residency in surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital before serving in the Navy for two years as the surgical officer on the USS Intrepid. He established a practice in surgery in Washington, D.C., pausing in 1995 to earn an MBA at the Stern School of Business of New York University. He taught clinical surgery at George Washington. In 2004 Jerry took up his second career as an investment adviser until retiring in 2016.

Jerry died May 23, 2017. To his wife, Dorothy, and his children, Douglas, David, Robert ’92, and Daniel ’95, the class sends its sympathy, with appreciation of Jerry’s service in the Navy.

Undergraduate Class of 1952