Born in New Brunswick, N.J., he came to us from Pingry School. At Princeton, he majored in biology, performed in Triangle, and was a cheerleader and a keyceptor. He took his meals at Quad, where he lived during our senior year.
Following a medical degree at Cornell, he served in the Air Force, including a tour in Vietnam. After the service, Bob was a radiology resident at NYU Hospital-Bellevue Medical Center. In 1974, he went into private practice with Radiology Limited in Tucson, retiring in 2000.
For some years thereafter he consulted with three green companies in Arizona and California. This all comes from his entry in our 50th-reunion yearbook. We have no information about his life since then. In recent years it appears Bob became largely reclusive. He had no survivors, and there was no obituary.