At Princeton, Bob majored in architecture and played 150-pound football. After Princeton, Bob married Rosalie and earned a master’s of architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania.
Bob worked at Kling (now Jacobs), a major architecture, engineering, and interior design firm from 1978 until he retired as CEO in 2008. He was instrumental in establishing the science and technology market sector at the firm through his strong professional relationships with clients including NIH, FDA, Merck, Sanofi, Bristol-Myers Squibb, and J&J. Bob mentored, advised, and guided many people during their careers.
Upon retiring, Bob was devoted to his son Adam’s career as an abstract artist and served on the board of Fisher Island, where his family lives in Miami Beach.
He will be missed by family, friends, and colleagues. The Class of 1973 offers its condolences to Bob’s family and friends.