A native of Richmond, Va., Dick graduated from that city’s Manchester High School. At Princeton he was a Woodrow Wilson School major and a member of Campus Club. He served in the Chapel Choir and as an Orange Key guide.
Following Princeton, Dick earned a law degree from the University of Virginia. He then served in the Marines for three years. Upon his discharge as a corporal, he entered a private law practice in Richmond. He continued in that career for the rest of his life.
Throughout his life, Dick was an enthusiastic supporter of arts and community organizations — particularly historical organizations. He was a devoted volunteer with the Old Dominion Railway Museum, the National Railway Historical Society, and Historic Richmond.
He also had a lifelong love of music, singing in choirs and performing in rock and jazz bands throughout his life.
Dick is survived by his daughter, Rebecca Hogan; his wife, Ann Thompson-Hogan; her children, Kristin Thompson and Erik Thompson; and her grandchildren. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them all.