Perry died April 28, 2020.

He came to us from Kimball Union Academy in Meriden, N.H., where he was active in football, baseball, and publications. At Princeton he majored in chemical engineering, joined Charter Club, and played IAA football, hockey, and softball. He was drafted before graduating and served two years in the Army Security Agency in Germany before returning to Princeton and graduating in 1957. He earned an MBA in marketing at Columbia University.

He reported several positions in the class’s 10th-reunion yearbook: After employment at an oil company and at a medium-sized brokerage house, he obtained training in IBM data processing, handled chemical export sales in Central and South America, and then was employed by a distributor of industrial pipe, valves, and fittings. While living in New York City he enjoyed sailing on Long Island Sound. His entry in the 50th-reunion yearbook indicated that he was teaching math in a high school in Lake Park, Fla.

Perry is survived by his son, Morgan. 

Undergraduate Class of 1954