Paul died Nov. 21, 2016, at Bayfront Health in Port Charlotte, Fla. Born in Brooklyn, he matriculated from St. Paul’s School. He left Princeton after his sophomore year and graduated from Hofstra University, majoring in finance.

He went into the Army and served in Korea. While stationed there, he taught English and economics at Seoul University. After his tour of duty, he earned a master’s degree in business at New York University and spent 41 years on Wall Street, mainly as an institutional analyst. Along the way, he founded a chain of Chuck E. Cheese’s restaurants.

The class is honored by his service to our country and sends condolences to his children Carol, Debra, Jennifer, Kim ’90, Meghan ’91, Paul, and Wendy, and 12 grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1954