Rick died Oct. 17, 2007.

He came to Princeton from Bethlehem (Pa.) Catholic High School, where he was a class officer and member of the wrestling team and honor committee. At Princeton, Rick majored in chemistry, ate at Cottage Club, participated in IAA sports, and belonged to Whig-Clio.

He graduated from Yale Law School in 1970, and practiced patent law and taught business law at Lehigh University. He then earned a master’s degree in tax law from New York University and afterward specialized in trust and estate law in New York and Pennsylvania. He liked to read, play golf, and travel.

In 1984 he married fellow attorney Ada Meloy, who is now general counsel to the American Council on Education. Their two children, Austin Charles Muller and Mary Blythe Muller, live in New York City.

Contributions in Rick’s name may be made to the Caron Foundation, which provided comfort and support to Rick for many years.

The class extends heartfelt sympathy to Ada, the children, and the extended family.

Undergraduate Class of 1966