Ken died Nov. 13, 2020, near his Philadelphia-area home of Lower Gwynedd, Pa. 

Ken graduated from Conestoga High School in Berwyn, Pa. where he played on the golf and basketball teams and was part of the band, the newspaper, and the Honor Society.

At Princeton he roomed at 431 1903 Hall with Dick Weiss and the late Bill Stinger. A basic engineering major, he participated in Orange Key, the Pre-Law Society, and the Wesley Foundation, and played interclub basketball, softball, and golf for Cloister Inn.

In 1973 Ken graduated from the University of Virginia Law School and began a long career in Philadelphia specializing in employment law with several firms. He retired in 2001 from affiliation with firms and opened a private office specializing in employment law.

Ken served the Episcopal Church Education for Ministry Program, youth coaching, and the Boy Scouts of America in local and regional positions for many years. His hobbies included golf, opera, and reading theology. 

In 2002 Ken married Cynthia Gum. They enjoyed cooking for and entertaining friends. He was a member of St. Thomas’ Church, Whitemarsh, Pa.; and Manufacturers’ Golf and Country Club. 

Ken is survived by Cindy; sons Kenneth III and David; daughter Lauren; and grandchildren Joseph and Zoe. Classmates who knew Ken considered him one of the friendliest, most thoughtful, and kindest members of the Class of 1967.

Undergraduate Class of 1967