Dick came to us after The Hill School and Andover. At Princeton he majored in history, ate at Tower, and belonged to the Westminster Fellowship, Students for Democratic Action, and the  Pre-Med Society. He roomed with John Selover and Joe Ringland ’53.

After graduating magna cum laude, Dick and earned a medical degree in 1956 from Washington University in St. Louis. He studied psychiatry and did military service as a captain in the Air Force, working as a psychiatrist. He was on the faculty of medicine at Washington University from 1963 until retiring. 

Dick died Dec. 5, 2020. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; and children Mary, Helen, and Jonathan. To them the class sends its best wishes with respect for Dick’s service to our country.

Undergraduate Class of 1952