Joe had a 39-year career at the University, beginning in the Bureau of Student Aid, then Admissions and, as secretary, the Alumni Schools Committee. He then joined to the Annual Giving Office for 26 years, 24 of them as director, as well as serving on important committees and coaching freshman cross-country and track teams.
His record of membership on community boards in the town and elsewhere is beyond our limits of space to report.
Joe died July 21, 2020, to join his dear wife, Tink. Joe is survived by their 14 (yes!) children: daughters Carrie, Jane, Mary, Martha, Libby, and Peggy; and sons Joe Jr., Jim, Andy, Michael, Tom, Charley, John, and Richard. To them we send our sympathies for the loss of their father, everywhere welcome among his classmates.