Olin died Oct. 31, 2022, in Charlottesville, Va., at the Hospice of the Piedmont. 

Born in Bryn Mawr, Pa., he came to us from Haverford School, where he was a star athlete in football, basketball, and baseball. At Princeton, he majored in psychology and lettered in football and baseball, despite numerous injuries that ended his intercollegiate career. He took his meals at Tiger Inn and roomed with Jay McCabe, Bill O’Connor, Bob Epsen, Dick Eckfeldt, and  Ken Scasserra.

Following a medical degree at Columbia’s College of Physicians & Surgeons and a residency at St. Luke’s Hospital, Olin worked  in team development at hospitals and community settings in the New York City, followed by a private psychiatry practice for  the next 25 years in Westchester County, N.Y., and Charlottesville, Va. 

After retiring he did a 180-degree turn  by self-educating and entering into financial coaching for senior citizens. “Quite a trip after the world of shrinkdom,” he observed in our 50th-reunion yearbook. Along the way Olin performed in New York and Virginia as a banjoist in various Dixieland bands.

Olin is survived by his wife of 40 years, Katherine; sons Jonah and Daniel and their families; one sister; and two brothers.

Undergraduate Class of 1961