Paul, who formed the radiology department at the new Paoli (Pa.) Memorial Hospital and led it and the medical staff for 28 years, died March 5, 2024, at his home in Malvern, Pa.

Paul was born Sept. 18, 1933, in Buffalo, N.Y. He attended Nichols School in Buffalo, where he participated in a variety of sports, glee club, and student government.

At Princeton, he majored in chemistry and joined Cannon Club, serving as house manager. He earned numerals in freshman baseball, a JV letter in cross-country, and played freshman football. His IAA sports included touch football and basketball. He was a Chapel deacon, president of the Chemistry Club, vice president of Baptist Students of Princeton. At Cannon, he roomed with Tom Markham, Pete Milano, and John Easton.

Paul served in the Army and received his medical degree at Jacobs School of Medicine at the University of Buffalo. He took a teaching position at the University of Pennsylvania and in 1968 formed the radiology department at Paoli Memorial Hospital. Paul had a notable career there, serving as chief of radiology and chief of staff. He retired in 1996 and enjoyed spending time with his large family, golf, and traveling.

Paul is survived by his wife, Kathleen; sons David, Douglas, Paul Jr., Peter, and James; daughter Kimberly; 14 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Undergraduate Class of 1955