Born in Cambridge, Mass., Mike attended Brookline High School, where he was active in debating, student government, football, and baseball. At Princeton he majored in politics and took his meals at Elm Club, where he was chairman of the Intramural Athletic Association program. He belonged to Whig-Clio, the Undergraduate Schools Committee, and the Hillel Foundation.
In 1962, after earning a law degree from Boston College and getting discharged from the Army, he began his law career with three associates in the Brookline area, concentrating on real estate, estate planning, and tax law, and becoming a director of the Chestnut Hill Cooperative Bank.
He had two daughters from his first marriage to Hilda Kaplan in 1968. He moved to Atlanta, Ga., continued to practice law, and married Gwynn.
Mike served Princeton as a director of the New England Alumni Association and later as a member of the Alumni Schools Committee, serving as class section chair.
He is survived by his second wife, Gwynn; his daughters, Melissa and Heather; and three grandchildren. We have sent condolences.