Born in New York City, Dick prepared for Princeton at Lincoln High School in Jersey City, where he participated in a myriad of activities: student government, debating, honor society, band, orchestra, track, and fencing. He edited both the school newspaper and yearbook and was a delegate to New Jersey Boys State.

Bringing these multifarious talents to Princeton, he chose to play in the marching and concert bands and troupe with the Savoyards, while taking the helm of Wilson Lodge as its chairman. A biology major and pre-med student, he was elected to both Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi at the end of his junior year. He left Princeton to enter Bellevue College of Medicine at New York University, receiving his medical degree in internal medicine in 1962, and continuing to complete his residency in 1966. Dick then went on to a long career as an internist.

Survived by a son, Adam, and a daughter, Margo, he died June 4, 2022, in Plano, Texas.

Undergraduate Class of 1959