Dick died Sept. 21, 2022.

He graduated from Ocean City (N.J.) High School after captaining its football team to an undefeated season. A biology major at Princeton, he joined Quadrangle Club and participated in IAA track, football, and hockey. His interests at that time included boating, hunting, and photography.

Dick left Princeton after his junior year and attended the University of Pennsylvania Dental School, during which he married Judith Fay. They raised four children, Douglas, Suzanne, Leslie, and Jennifer and divorced in 1975.

After receiving his DDS, he served in the Navy for two years at a dental clinic in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. He engaged in one year of practice with an associate in Woodbury, N.J. In 1960, he moved back to Ocean City, where he practiced dentistry for 40 years.

Dick was an enthusiastic duck hunter, skeet shooter, jet skier, and proud owner of two 31 Bertram dayboats for sport fishing. He also held private, instrument, and commercial pilot licenses, and loved to fly family and friends to various locales.

He married Nancy Morgan in 1994. They enjoyed living as snowbirds between Ocean City and Ocean Reef Club in Key Largo, Fla., for nearly 25 years.

He is survived by Nancy, his four children, nine grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and his sister, Lynn.

Undergraduate Class of 1954