Bob died Aug. 30, 2023. He is survived by his son, daughter, and two grandchildren. His wife of 44 years, Gail, an interior designer whom he had met at work in 1964, predeceased him in 2008. At the time of his death Bob was in hospice care.

Raised in Millburn, N.J., Bob was a natural athlete, playing varsity basketball and baseball in high school and winning freshman and JV letters in baseball at Princeton. A member of Terrace Club, he roomed with Mike Colten senior year. Unlike many of us, Bob focused on his career at an early point in his Princeton studies, joining the architecture department and, after graduation and a brief stint in the Army National Guard, earned a master of architecture degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Architecture in various formats became Bob’s career path. In our 25th-reunion yearbook he reported that his work “has been interesting and exciting and includes a wide range and variety of projects.”

Bob and Gail retired in 2003 to Albemarle Plantation in Hertford, N.C., where, until his passing, he engaged in the many avocations he had acquired over the years: golf, bowling, fishing, reading, choral singing, cooking, bridge, and listening to his extensive collection of music.

Undergraduate Class of 1959