Roy graduated from Choate and came to Princeton to major in philosophy. He belonged to Elm Club, Triangle, the Republican Club, the Outing Club, and the Pre-Med Society. He roomed with Larry MacIver and Hank Platt.

Roy earned a medical degree at Johns Hopkins in 1956. He went on there to a stellar career as associate professor of medicine (hypertension and nephrology) from 1962 until 1996. For some years thereafter he served 12 weeks annually at the New Hampshire Kidney Center dialysis unit.

An avid hiker in retirement, Roy completed 48 New Hampshire mountains of 4,000 feet or more.

Roy died April 5, 2022. He is survived by his wife, Nan; and their six children, Roy Jr., Char, Maddy, Erica, Philip, and John. To them, the class offers good wishes and appreciation of their father’s productive life.

Undergraduate Class of 1952