Jack died April 29, 2019, at an assisted-living facility in Easton, Md., near his home in St. Michaels. His wife of 52 years, Marilyn, died in 2002. Jack is survived by his two children, Pamela and John Jr., and two grandchildren.

Jack was in the Navy from March 1943 until July 1945. Coming to Princeton at that time, he joined the Class of 1949 although he was two years older than many of us. He retained his NROTC status while on campus, majored in economics, and took his meals at Prospect.

After graduation, Jack worked briefly for Bristol-Myers, then joined the Lee Higginson firm on Wall Street as a trader in municipal bonds. In our 25th-reunion yearbook he said he “was still doing municipal-bond trading,” but now with Kidder Peabody. In 1989 Jack retired and he and Lyn moved to St. Michaels to enjoy volunteering, traveling, and sailing on their boat, which was named (appropriately enough) Tigerlily.

Jack and Lyn developed many good friends during their years together. To those friends, and to their children and family, we offer our deepest sympathy.

Undergraduate Class of 1949