Stormy died Jan. 12, 2018.
He attended Phillips Exeter Academy. At Princeton Stormy played freshman baseball and was in the Outing Club. He was a member of Tiger Inn, secretary of the Press Club, and a sports stringer for The New York Times.
During World War II he served stateside in the Army Air Corps as a first lieutenant. He returned to service in Korea as an Air Force captain, flying 100 missions with the 45th Reconnaissance Squadron. He was awarded the Air Medal and Distinguished Flying Cross. He married Marilyn Nicholls and they had three children.
Stormy worked for the Chevrolet division of General Motors before joining Ford Motor Co. He worked there for 31 years and retired as North American marketing representation manager. Marilyn died unexpectedly of a respiratory illness at age 46 in 1971.
Stormy was a devout Christian. He played trombone and sang in church. In the Kairos Christian Ministry, he ministered to inmates at the Maine State Prison. He volunteered as secretary for the Wilton Historical Society and was a member of the Wilson Lake Country Club.
Stormy was predeceased by his younger brother, Frederick, in 2015. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Linda McGowan; his children, Thomas, Robert, Kathryn, Lisa, Kristen, Allison, and Sarah, and their spouses; 15 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a sister, Virginia Pierson.