Toby graduated from the Brooks School and came to Princeton to study art and architecture. He joined Charter and had several editorial jobs at the Prince. He was a Chapel attendant and a debater. He roomed with Jack Sanders.

Toby went on to get an architecture degree at Carnegie Tech in 1954, then did Army service for two years at Fort Riley and in Germany. Not yet satisfied with his education, he went up to New Haven and earned a master’s degree from Yale in city planning in 1958. He then commenced his successful career in planning, becoming a member of the Pittsburgh Regional Planning Association and, in 1964, opening his own office. From 1982 until 1992 he served as an adjunct professor of planning at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.

Toby died March 1, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Alma; and his son, Llewelwyn, to whom the class offers its sympathies and good wishes, with appreciation of Toby’s service for our nation.

Undergraduate Class of 1952