He came to Princeton from Pomfret School, where he played hockey and baseball and served on the school newspaper.
At Princeton he majored in economics and joined Tower Club. He roomed with Charlie Chapin, Tom Burchfield, and Scott Baton. Marty withdrew in 1957 to pursue a career in banking. But he returned and graduated in 1960, then spent two years in the Army and married Anne “Scottie” MacGregor.
In 1966 they relocated from New Jersey to Charlottesville, and he became a credit officer with a statewide bank that eventually merged into Bank of America. He reported in our 50th-reunion yearbook that he served on several committees at their local hospital, was a cubmaster, and church trustee. Marty also was a guest lecturer at the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and earned an appointment to the faculty.
Marty is survived by Scottie and their three children, Robert, Martin, and Gabrielle. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.