Dick died May 23, 2021, in Alexandria, Va. He was born in Orange, N.J., and moved to Alexandria in 1940. He attended Episcopal High School before coming to Princeton, where he became a member of Quadrangle Club and majored in history. His thesis topic was “E.M. Stanton as a Military Strategist.” He was president of the St. Paul’s Society and a member of the marching band. Dick was involved in the NROTC program and served in the Navy after graduation. He entered Harvard Law School after leaving the Navy and joined the corporate legal staff of Arthur D. Little Inc. after graduating. 

In 1962 Dick moved back to Alexandria, where he joined the law firm that became Boothe, Prichard & Dudley, and then McGuire Woods. In the larger community, Dick was involved in both politics and his church. Faith in God was the foundation of his life and a driving force for his love and commitment to his family and community. He served two terms in the Virginia House of Delegates and was chairman of both the Virginia and Alexandria Democratic committees. He was an active member of the Episcopal Church, serving as senior warden of Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill and serving many terms on the vestry. 

Dick is survived by his wife of 60 years, Kathleen; their four children including Henry Lee ’87 and Anne ’88; and eight grandchildren.

Undergraduate Class of 1953